FLAT EARTH BRITISH - The Sinking Of Tartaria & The Rising Of The Phoenicians From The Sea. 1080p.mp4 - 2h 21min 17s 1920 x 1080
Oi! This may wreck your head but it has to be done (don't shoot the messengers). Today FEB think tank has pieced together a very strange, and scary scenario. The rising of the sea bed & sinking of the continents by a pneumatic process put down, and carried out by the Phoenicians. Tartaria got sunk & was risen again minus the populous. Yet all Tartarian buildings and knowledge we still in place sunk in deep mud ready for the clearance, alternation of Phoenician decor, and then introduced a population of children Etc. Make sense? Please comment. The second part of this presentation we look into the ND Spire fire, and compare it to the fire at Reims cathedral in the Great War. Then we look into the possibility of Westminster palace being a Tartarian building. We look for evidence of is build following the fire of 1834 that destroyed the first palace apparently. Pics of the day a vintage photo collection of out of this world photos of Madrid, and much more besides Hope you do enjoy. WAKE UP SHEEPLE, WE MUST END HUMAN ENSLAVEMENT AND KILL THE ILLUMINATI!! THE TIME FOR WORLDWIDE REVOLUTION IS NOW, OVERTHROW YOUR CORRUPT TREASONOUS TRAITOROUS TYRANNICAL GOVERNMENT!! Turn OFF your teLIEvision and START THINKING FOR YOURSELF AND QUESTIONING EVERYTHING, QUESTION ALL AUTHORITY, LET'S MAKE CRITICAL THINKING GREAT AGAIN!!
#WeDoNOTConsent #KILLUMINATI #EarthisFlat #ResearchFlatEarth #SpaceisFAKE
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General : FLAT EARTH BRITISH - The Sinking Of Tartaria & The Rising Of The Phoenicians From The Sea. 1080p.mp4
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Length : 1.16 GiB for 2 h 21 min 17 s 629 ms
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Aspect : 1920 x 1080 (1.77 at 30.000 fps
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