The Bridge Hotel, Newcastle
Thursday 7th October 2010
The Information War - 7:15pm - 8:15pm
In this talk Richard explains some of the key mechanisms that are used to control what we are allowed to see on television, read in newspapers and listen to on the radio. Mainstream media is controlled by very few people and these people have an agenda. The UFO phenomenon is a subject which is subtly controlled in mainstream media and Richard will explain how this is done. It's not just TV and newspapers that are controlled, the internet too is now under attack. Once you have seen the information provided in this talk you will look at the mainstream media with completely new perspective. They are constructing our reality without most of us even knowing it. There is a war of information and those who do not see this are losing the war.
Animal Mutilation and the Government Cover Up - 8:45pm - 9:45pm
Over the last 18 months Richard has met and collaborated with a group of UK researchers who have for the last 10 years been investigating very bizarre animal deaths which are ocurring in the UK. Animals include sheep, cattle, wild animals and occasionally domestic pets such as cats and rabbits. Some of the injuries cannot be explained by natural animal predation and it seems high technology is being applied to exsanguinate animals of all of their blood. Some have suggested that this phenomenon is related to UFOs and extra terrestrials. One thing is certain, the government and in particular certain people within DEFRA know about this and have a policy to cover it up from the public. In this talk Richard presents the evidence that there is a cover up from the highest levels on this issue, and explains how this cover up operates and the possible reasons why there is a cover up.
Open forum discussion - 10:00pm - 11:00pm
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We invite discussion on the subjects spoken on or indeed any other subject which is of concern. 9/11 and false flag terrorism are research areas that Richard is tackling and we encourage an open and honest debate. Most political forums are far too tightly controlled. High ranking politicians will now not speak to a genuinely random audience, the participants are specially invited. This happened when David Milliband came to South Shields to speak about his leadership campaign. I asked if I could come to see him speak as I wanted to ask him a question but they would not even tell me the venue for ''security reasons''.