THEY CAN'T HANG YOU FOR THE WEARING OF THE V
On the same Late Late Show Lord Monckton was quite shameful, openly admitting that he believed the official 9/11 conspiracy theory, but he also admitted that he had done no research into 9/11, and only researched topics he was paid to research! Thank god for Piers Corbyn!
The LPAC report ends with a song called The Wearin of the Green sung by John McCormack.
When this song was written in 1798 it was illegal to wear the shamrock, an offence punishable by hanging.
It is not currently illegal to wear or display the V, the V for Victory! But for how long?
It's the same families throughout the centuries, dudes, imposing their brutal oppression and tyranny.
It's always the same families.
Because our corrupt politicians gave them the power to create money out of nothing. They then abuse that God-like power, finance empire, revolution and world wars, so that we are now where we are today; on the verge of a world tyranny openly calling for human population to be reduced to about one billion, preferably less.
Red, the colour of your blood, is the new green.
V is for Victory!
The Wearing of the Green
O Paddy dear, and did ye hear the news that's goin' round?
The shamrock is by law forbid to grow on Irish ground!
No more Saint Patrick's Day we'll keep, his color can't be seen
For there's a cruel law ag'in the Wearin' o' the Green."
I met with Napper Tandy, and he took me by the hand
And he said, "How's poor old Ireland, and how does she stand?"
"She's the most distressful country that ever yet was seen
For they're hanging men and women there for the Wearin' o' the Green."
So if the color we must wear be England's cruel red
Let it remind us of the blood that Irishmen have shed
And pull the shamrock from your hat, and throw it on the sod
But never fear, 'twill take root there, though underfoot 'tis trod.
When laws can stop the blades of grass from growin' as they grow
And when the leaves in summer-time their color dare not show
Then I will change the color too I wear in my caubeen
But till that day, please God, I'll stick to the Wearin' o' the Green.