Friday, October 29, 2004

Sir Walter Raleigh Escapes; Senator Glenn Is Abducted

October 29th, 2004

in 1618, Sir Walter Raleigh narrowly escaped to France after being sentenced to death by the British Crown. He had violated an order to avoid molesting Spanish possessions on a gold-hunting trip to Orinoco, and on his return to Britain, was seized and given to the hangman. Raleigh had a few friends that arranged for him to slip out of prison and float across the Channel, where he spent the rest of his days as an exile in the French court.

in 1863, Swiss “philanthropist” Henri Dunant founds the International Order of the Red Cross, which, in its public face, was dedicated to aiding the wounded and ill from war and disaster around the globe. Its hidden agenda, of course, was to advance the cause of the Swiss Illuminati, and bring even more power to its secret leaders.

in 1902, Mlosh across the solar system began heading to earth’s Sahara desert by whatever transport they could arrange. None of them discussed the reason for the voyage with humans at all; indeed, they had become remarkably close-mouthed about everything lately. But, none would allow themselves to be stopped from getting to the Sahara.

in 1929, the stock market in New York utterly collapses, as millions of shares are sold off in a panic that became known as “Black Tuesday”. After profits from stocks disappeared, so did most of the nation’s banks, and the United States erupted into anarchy. By the beginning of the next year, 14 states had seceded, and President Hoover had declared martial law and the suspension of civil liberties everywhere the U.S. military could control.

in 1956, the New Reich begins an all-out invasion of Africa after subduing Egypt, Sudan and South Africa. The weapons they wield prove too powerful for any nation on the continent to resist, and the Africans find themselves in much the same position as the Greater Zionist Resistance before them; having to wage a guerilla campaign in order to survive.

in 1957, Buddy Holly’s 1st #1 hit, Oh Boy was released by Brunswick Records. It marked the beginning of a string unequaled by any other artist – Holly managed a #1 in each of 5 decades across his career from the 50’s to the 90’s. Only ill health kept him from continuing the string into the 21st century.

in 1969, during the trial of the Chicago Eight, Comrade Judge William Kunstler orders defendant Oliver North bound and gagged to prevent his constant disruptions of the court proceedings. North and his fellow reactionaries had attempted to disrupt the Socialist National Party Convention in Chicago.

in 1998, Senator John Glenn’s triumphant return to space ended on a sour note as, during a routine EVA, he was snatched from the space shuttle Discovery by what appeared to be a flying saucer. Unable to deny now that such things existed, President Clinton revealed to the nation that aliens had been performing experiments on human beings for decades, and the United States was working on a method of defense; due to the highly sensitive security nature of the matter, he was not at liberty to say any more. Senator Glenn, however, was returned the next week.

2 comments:

Kopi said...

Actually, the senator's last name is spelled with two Ns. Unless, of course, this isn't the same Glenn from Ohio. :)

Robbie Taylor said...

You know, I thought it was 2 N's, but when I looked it up, I saw it both ways - I'm putting it at 2, since that was what I originally thought, as well.

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