Wes what are your thoughts about Claes Hedbergs story? Do you think its accurate? I know that The truth is stranger than fiction The interview is interesting too.
I watched the first video above, and I must say I'm not surprised. It's the story that makes most sense so far. This "murder" has been so covered up from beginning to end. Even then, I thought it was ridiculous, and that was before I even looked into any conspiracy research.
Yeah this story may be true. I wouldnt be suprised either.. Interesting at the end when he talks about palme living at an rootchild castle in france before he died in aids.
Yes, I saw that, too about the Rothshild's castle, and them welcoming him there. Palme was one of the prime members of the Committee of 300, like I exposed on the Illuminati News site. He was heavily involved in global affairs. As you said, Sweden was/is an experiment in socialism, where people think they are free when they are actually more trapped than here in the U.S., if we will. But the U.S. is going towards socialism, too, so it's just a matter of time.
There is also some research saying that Palme was a traitor and should have been on trial for High Treason. He supposedly sold Swedish National Security classified documents to the Soviet Union (before the wall fell, obviously). I never dug too much into that research, but that does not surprise me, either. Palme was a globalist of high rank, and the Swedish people thought he was the best country leader in the world in the 70s.
Communism (Soviet Union) was a major experiment in making people obedient and dependent on the government. It showed to be a little too harsh--it didn't work out as well as Karl Marx and others had hoped, so they decided for "Communsim Lite," which became Sweden and Canada. illuminati-news.com/swedish-model.htm
@wes, "communism lite": You forget Denmark and Norway ;-) One of my favorite thesis about the Scandinavian model around 1950-1960'ies: The Controllers said to the people "Do you want to make a deal?. You, the people, pay a lot of taxes to US, the govern-ment, and we in return give you 'security'. We call it 'social welfare'. No matter what happens to you, if you get sick, if you loose your job or home, we will help you. What do you say to this agreement ?"
The people said: "Yes, we want security (german: Geborgenheit), no fear for the future, and we want to pay with many taxes". The social democratic Scandinavian model was a reality. So the State became an insurance company ! What happened later in these countries is another story.
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