Fake Lawsuits for Fake Globe Earth

Fake Lawsuits for Fake Globe Earth

The Daily Telegraph, 25 April, 2019, page 3 of Business section

When a defunct satellite orbiting earth at an altitude of 186 miles was blasted into pieces last month by an Indian missile, the US and Russia said their could be lawsuit if any of the debris might crash into the International Space Station.

Could India be sued if the ISS was destroyed or damaged?

It would be interesting to see how this plays out. The scenario could be:

nothing happens to the ISS

a successful claim is made but no money is exchanged

money is paid out but Indian has to keep its mouth shut as they are part of the lying game

Anyhow, this is all part of the circus to make like the heliocentric universe is real but I had to laugh to see how far these clowns will go in their illusionary tricks and lying.

 

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5 Responses to Fake Lawsuits for Fake Globe Earth

  1. Conno says:

    Hey guys I’m wondering if you came across the England Newspaper from 1903 I believe.There was an article about someone teaching the heretical doctern that earth was a ball and the people in the town wanted to hang him.I can’t seem to find it and wondered if you could help if you have came across that.thanks.

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    • revealed4you says:

      There are some old newspapers that talk about it but they are usually critical. In my files somewhere I have a couple of old copies in PDF.

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      • Connor says:

        I found one from the Cook County Hearld from April 21 1900,about Sir John Gorst,its a Minnesota Newspaper,Its pretty interesting.It talks about it.
        It also has an article about finding a giant.

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      • revealed4you says:

        That’s good. Hope you can find more. There was one preacher from Zion, IL, I think it was, who preached about the flat earth. This was in the early 20th century.

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      • Connor says:

        Thanks I’ll look for that!

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