Nathan Forest Winter “Clown House” / The Octopus of Global Control- Charlie Robinson

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Nathan Forrest Winters was born on June 22, 1975 in Contra Costa County, California, USA as Nathaniel Forrest Winters. He is an actor and writer, known for Clownhouse (1989), Something in the Basement (1986) and Sky World News (1989).
He was mollested by Victor Salva for 6 years then sued by Francis Ford Copolla . He just completed a film about these experiences called ‘The Babysitter”
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The Octopus of Global Control Kindle Edition
by Charlie Robinson
The Octopus of Global Control is a controversial, nonfiction book detailing how those in positions of power are able to manipulate society for their benefit, why they believe that they are entitled to impose their warped world view of reality on mankind, and how we can break free from their grip.

The eight tentacles of control that are wrapped around humanity are the Military, Governmental, Covert, Physical, Financial, Media, Spiritual, and Scientific. The book tackles topics such as uncovering the Deep State, false flag terror events, the media’s role in manufacturing wars, the 9/11 deception, the fraud of central banking, our broken education system, the use of religion to shape society, and the corrupted medical industry.

The Octopus of Global Control footnotes these important events by featuring quotes and first-hand observations from over 500 witnesses and participants that were involved in the most important events in our history. Their words add context and help to paint the picture of these historic events by explaining who these people were, what they said, why it matters, and what actually happened.

The author, Charlie Robinson, accomplishes the seemingly impossible task of blending the seriousness of these topics, and the respect they deserve, with dark humor, sarcasm and wit, that allow the reader to laugh at the preposterous while grasping the importance of these lessons.

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