Imagine If They're Really Out To Get You
For the majority of the 1960's the Beatles were the kings of popular music. Their unique ability to captivate the young Baby Boomer masses on both sides of the pond is the stuff of legend. The Beatles list of number one hits is endless. Songs like "Can't Buy Me Love," "Help," "I Wanna Hold Your Hand," and "Hard Days Night" are just a handful of classics that help put the Beatles in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. After the Beatles broke up officially in 1970, all four members (Paul, John, Ringo, and George) achieved great individual success. Unfortunately, one of the Beatles received a lot of heat for his political views and met an untimely demise because of it. For those who have been living on the Moon for the past 40 years, this Beatle is no one other than John Lennon.
Lennon was born in Liverpool, England on December 8, 1940. John had a rough childhood after constantly getting caught in the crossfire of his parents bickering and custody battles. Because his parents were in and out of his life as a youth, many music historians believe that this instability contributed to Lennon's abrasive personality and drug use later in life. Lennon also developed a bit of a rebellious streak, which led to him being a social idealist. After leaving the Beatles in September 1969, Lennon began working on his solo projects. Hits such as "Imagine", "Dream", and "Power To The People" stayed in heavy rotation during the early 1970s. Despite his experimentation with LSD and other drugs, life as a solo artist was great for Lennon. However, Lennon drew the attention of former President Nixon and the U.S. government after he expressed his displeasure and opinions about the Vietnam War.
As I stated earlier, was also a huge money maker for the Military Industrial Complex. When Lennon threw his two cents in on the war and why it should end, it apparently got under the PTB's skin because they turned up the heat and put Lennon under surveillance. Nixon and his shadow masters knew that Lennon's celebrity star power would eventually sway public opinion and expedite the end of the war. Nixon put the FBI on Lennon to monitor his movements and to see how he was interacting with so-called “subversives” who had the audacity to defy the status quo and fight for civil rights. According to historians, the FBI had gathered approximately 300 pages of surveillance information. This is a lot of data for a musician who just wanted to “give peace a chance.” Nevertheless, the natural paranoia of Nixon compelled him to up the ante. The Vietnam War had become a political anchor that was sinking any presidential candidate who was in support of it. In Nixon’s mind, all of the anti-war hoopla that Lennon was generating had become detrimental to his re-election chances. As far as Nixon was concerned, Lennon had to be “erased” ASAP. However, his Watergate escapade had put the Lennon disappearing act on hiatus. It wouldn’t be until six years after Nixon’s resignation when the PTBs decided to silence the former Beatle forever.
On December 8, 1980 at approximately 10:50pm, John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono had returned from the music session and were walking up to the entryway in front of their New York City apartment. Suddenly, Lennon was approached from behind by an individual by the name of Mark David Chapman. Chapman pulled out a gun and shot him four times. Lennon was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital. Unfortunately, he was dead on arrival. Chapman (who was arrested on site after the shooting) was eventually sentenced to 20 years-to-life for the murder of Lennon. The “official” reason why Chapman killed Lennon is irrelevant because we know who were really pulling his strings from behind the shadows. We know the PTBs snuffed out Lennon because of his anti-war ideologies. What a lot of people don’t know is that Lennon was an unstable custodian of the lie which many in conspiracy circles would call the “Imposter Known As Billy Shears.” Certainly, many of you are asking yourselves, “Who is Billy Shears?” Well, according to the conspiracy theory, Billy Shears is the guy who replaced Paul McCartney after he died in an unfortunate car accident back in 1966. Apparently, the Beatles left plenty of clues in their music lyrics and album covers for their fans to put the pieces together. I’ll discuss this in a later blog.
The important thing we need to focus on is this: Let’s assume that the Paul McCartney that we know and love is an imposter. If this is the case (and it probably is) then it would be extremely imperative for the rest of the Beatles and the occult handlers that they answered to that Billy Shears identity remained a secret. If you read A. Ralph Epperson’s book “The Unseen Hand”, Epperson wrote about how the Beatles lyrics were used to encourage their fans to dabble with illegal drugs in order to destabilize society and corrupt the youth. I believe that the “real” Paul McCartney didn’t want to get on board with this nefarious agenda and was blood-sacrificed for his trouble. After the real Paul was killed off, it didn’t take much for the rest of the Beatles to fall in line. The Beatles did a great job keeping the secret under wraps until Lennon’s programming started to break down and he started speaking out about the unjust nature of the Vietnam War and society in general. It was only a matter of time before he would have revealed the Beatles BIG secrets. In order to prevent this from happening, the PTBs utilized one of their MK-ULTRA patsies (Chapman) erase Lennon. Another lone wolf story was cooked up to throw the public off any scent that might hint of a conspiracy. Chapman goes away to prison forever and everything is covertly kept under wraps.
What have we learned from John Lennon’s life and untimely demise? If you’re a celebrity of any kind that has taken any oath to a “higher” power for fame and riches, don’t expect to perform any good deeds without receiving a lethal reprimand. Lennon thought that his legendary status made him exempt from feeling the wrath of the PTBs and the U.S. government. He was unfortunately proven wrong. Many other music artists and groups have taken a subtler approach when it comes to feeding the truth to the masses in order to avoid a similar fate. If Lennon were alive today, he would most certainly have plenty of issues to comment on. He would also notice that there is hardly any difference between the corrupt final years of the Vietnam War and this tragic farce called the War on Terror.