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Richard Belzer on “Corporate Conspiracies” – and JFK, 9/11, Zionism
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Actor and bestselling author Richard Belzer is not a conspiracy theorist – he’s a conspiracy realist. Belzer’s new book, co-authored with David Wayne, is Corporate Conspiracies: How Wall Street Took Over Washington. Well-researched and thoroughly documented (featuring more footnotes than your average academic tome) Corporate Conspiracies tackles the mainstream media monopoly, the perpetual war conspiracy, big pharma, the banksters, the prison-industrial complex, big pharma’s murder of Richard’s friend Robin Williams…and much more – including 9/11 truth. (The treatment of WTC-7…

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