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October 06, 2013

Who Rules Hollywood
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Richard welcomes actress,comedian, writer and television producer Roseanne Barr to discuss her recent statement that Hollywood and the entertainment industry is dominated by MK Ultra. Then, we explore the curious events surrounding the final days of John Lennon, and we speak with a mind control survivor.
Episode Segments:
The Conspiracy Show: MK Ultra and Hollywood

Roseanne Barr recently stated that Hollywood and the entertainment industry is dominated by MK Ultra. MK Ultra was the CIA’s program of research in behavioral modification and perception manipulation of human beings. Barr was suggesting that Hollywood is a tool used in the manipulation of human consciousness, used as a tool for behavior modification and perception control in human beings.

Also, rock music historian R. gary Patterson discusses some of the strange and curious events surrounding the life and death of the former Beatle, John Lennon.
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The Conspiracy Show: Monarch Mind Control Survivor

Richard welcomes a top-level, MK Ultra victim and recovered survivor along with her rescuer. Cathy O'Brien Traces her path from child pornography and recruitment into the program to serving as a top-level intelligence agent and White House sex slave, her story is a definitive eye-witness account of government corruption that implicates some of the most prominent figures in global politics.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Rosanne Barr
After dropping out of school, Barr moved to a Colorado hippie commune, where she met Bill Pentland. They married in 1973 and moved to Denver, where they had three children, but struggled financially. Impressed by her quick, caustic wit and funny insights into women, men, and domestic life, friends suggested she take her stories on stage at a local comedy club. Within a few years, she had become one of the most popular stand-up acts in Denver and, in 1983, headed for Hollywood. She quickly landed a gig at the Comedy Store, and then appeared on the ABC television special, 'Funny'. During a rehearsal, she was spotted by a talent scout from 'The Tonight Show', who promptly booked her for an appearance. In 1988, her innovative and distinguished television sitcom, 'Roseanne', debuted on ABC. It centered on the struggles of an overweight, domineering mother and her raucous, working-class family. Often on the brink of financial and personal crisis, they always pull through. Until its last two seasons, 'Roseanne' topped the ratings, and won numerous awards and honours. Roseanne's personal life was often reflected on the air. When she underwent breast reduction surgery, her character did too. When she married Tom Arnold in 1990, he became a part of the show and she billed herself as Roseanne Arnold. When the marriage broke up, he disappeared and she began billing herself as 'Roseanne' again . She then married her body guard, Ben Thomas, and, at the age of 43, the couple had a child through in vitro fertilization. Her character Roseanne Conner also got pregnant. Her series ended in May 1997. Over her career, Roseanne has received numerous awards, including an Emmy, several People's Choice Awards, Golden Globes, and an American Comedy Award.

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R. Gary Patterson
R. Gary Patterson is a native Tennessean with a passion for rock and roll. As a published author with Simon and Schuster, Patterson’s works portray many fascinating events that helped shape musical history from Robert Johnson through current groups making a place for themselves among rock and roll’s standing legends. In 1996, Patterson released his first book entitled "The Walrus Was Paul." Immediately, the book became highly sought after. Beatlefest catalog proclaimed "The Walrus Was Paul" as one of its best selling titles of the year. Shortly thereafter, Patterson released his second work, "Hellhounds on Their Trail." In this work, Patterson continued with his popular theme of rock and roll’s enduring myths and legends. Hellhounds on Their Trail begins with Robert Johnson waiting at the Crossroads just outside Clarksdale, Mississippi to make his deal with Old Scratch. Other chapters focus on hidden messages in rock, Jimmy Page and the Zeppelin Curse, strange fatal coincidences in the Allman Brothers and Lynyrd Skynyrd bands, and a discussion of an exclusive group of musicians who were members of “The Club,” whose only membership requirement was untimely death at the tender age of 27. Patterson’s third book was released by Simon and Schuster's Fireside Books on July 13, 2004. It is called "Take a Walk on the Dark Side: Rock and Roll Myths,Legends and Curses."

R. Gary's Website

Cathy O'Brien
Cathy O’Brien is a fully rehabilitated United States Government White House / Pentagon level mind control survivor whose testimony for the US Congressional Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Oversight was censored for so-called "reasons of national security". Upon the advice of an attorney in 1995, this testimony was released en masse in book form, aptly entitled TRANCE Formation of America, to bring truth to light and survive whistle blowing on US Government tortures. Despite media censorship, death threats and attempts, these proven, documented facts have now reached over forty-eight countries, been licensed and translated into eight different languages, and are in major universities worldwide such as the Oxford Law Library.

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