A Proper Gander At Propaganda


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Episode 32: The Bank of England & The Fabled Temple Of Mithras

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Episode 32: The Bank of England & The Fabled Temple Of Mithras

Talkshoe link: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/145946

The Dragon Marked City of London

War what is it good for? Banking and wold wide business. Freemasons love making money.

The History of the British Navy and British banking. The Jolly Roger is just a version of the Union Jack.

image source :https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bank_of_England#/media/File:Bank_of_England_Charter_sealing_1694.jpg

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image source: "The personnel of the British submarine HMS Utmost showing off their Jolly Roger in February 1942. The markings on the flag indicate the boat's achievements: nine ships torpedoed (including one warship), eight 'cloak and dagger' operations, one target destroyed by gunfire, and one at-sea rescue"  •  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_of_the_Jolly_Roger_by_submarines#/media/File:HMS_Utmost_-1-.jpg