FROM NEW ZEALAND’S UNCENSORED
The new issue of UNCENSORED MAGAZINE claims entire top level of the Polish government was assassinated in April.
Slated to go on sale the first week in June, the magazine claims that there were only 4 people on the plane that crashed in Smolensk, Russia – not the 96 claimed by Russian and Polish authorities.
The plane most probably deliberately exploded prior to impact and these four survivors were shot by agents of the Russian secret police who were stationed nearby.
As proof, the magazine offers chilling video coverage which definitely appears to show what the magazine claims.
“Moreover,” editor Jonathan Eisen claims, “there were no ambulances, no bodies, only one isolated fire truck, mostly small bits and pieces of the plane which indicate an on-board explosion, no pictures of the presidential party boarding the plane in Poland, as well as lots of other strange occurrences.
“I don’t think that the presidential party ever made it to the plane,” Eisen states. “It is likely that they were rounded up and ‘liquidated’ as the Soviets used to say, prior to the take off of the plane.”
In other stories, UNCENSORED sheds new light on the growing controversy in the US as to whether or not Obama was actually born in the US, and therefore whether or not he is constitutionally qualified to be president.
It’s a controversy that is not only lingering, but is growing in momentum and importance.
“The US is facing the most serious constitutional quandary in its history,” Eisen, an American-born Kiwi, states.
Obama has spent nearly $US 2 million ensuring that his past remains out of bounds for researchers and litigants alike.
“That’s a lot of money for a president who promised ‘openness’ and ‘transparency'”, Eisen states.
“Virtually nothing is known about him, from birth onwards. Nothing of his early years, his student years, his years at Columbia or Harvard universities … nothing at all. It is looking more and more as though he is a “Manchurian Candidate” – a man with a manufactured past, and quite probably the creation of the secret government and the CIA.”
“Now, the question is ‘what are they going to do about it … and him?'”
The magazine’s Breaking Story is about the unanswered questions surrounding the “total pollution” of the Gulf of Mexico.
“The whole thing, from the blow-out to the repeated failed attempts to stem the oil spewing out of the ground, show a criminal ineptitude of gargantuan proportions. The US government has been taking orders from the oil companies for so long, it forgot its role and responsibility and has allowed BP total control over the site. This is the most monumental ecological disaster in the history of so-called ‘civilisation'”, Eisen says, and it was a disaster waiting to happen.”
The magazine also asks the question as to whether or not pregnancy ultra sound testing might not be as safe as we have been told, and might well be damaging the brains of the developing foetus.
“The evidence has been there all along,” Eisen states. “Since at least 1999, scientists have known that ultra-sound damages living cells. In fact, there are now studies that now strongly suggest that ultra-sound could be used as a spermicide.
The new issue, like its predecessors, is 100 pages of the most interesting stories you will never see in Mainstream.