Who are the authors at End of Innocence?
Jim is the author at End Of Innocence.
What is Jim's day job?
Jim is a computer programmer.
Where is Jim from?
Jim has lived in several states in the US, and worked in several more states.
When did Jim start writing?
Jim's first epiphany that prompted him to start writing the kind of content found on End Of Innocence was in 1990.
Why doesn't the world make sense?
The economy, government, media, healthcare, education, military, religion, political parties, billionaires, foreign policy ... Nothing makes sense because just about everything is manipulated to further a common secret agenda, which causes individuals, factions, companies, and governments to act in inexplicable ways that harm their publicly stated goals.
How do we know conspiracy exists?
We can prove in multiple ways how it is self-evident that the official story for 9/11 cannot be true, and what is self-evident to you and I, is also self-evident to hundreds of thousands of journalists, politicians, and experts around the world, and yet, not one mainstream source is willing to talk about it. It is thus the power to cover up these self-evident facts of earth shattering magnitude for more than 15 years that has finally proven the cabal exists. Hence my article, They Live.
Who is at the top?
We're not allowed to know, but obviously, the owners of the Federal Reserve and other central banks have to be near the top, and many of the attendees at Bilderberg conferences are probably near the top—although somewhat less so since 2013. Those at the top of the CFR must also be near the top—as are those at the top of the Vatican, the Jesuits, the Illuminati, the Freemasons, and the Church of Satan.
Who can we trust?
Given the power and sophistication of the players, we should be very reluctant to trust anyone we do not know personally. Among those I do not know personally, but for whom I have some level of trust, are: James Corbett, Ron Paul, Tony Heller, Tom Woods, Lew Rockwell, Jim Marrs, Diana Davison, and Jordan Peterson. I have concluded that we cannot trust Alex Jones, David Icke, Stephan Molyneux, Jake Morphonios, Gary Johnson, Penn Jillette, Paul Craig Roberts, Steven Greer, Ben Swann, David Seaman, Wayne Madsen, or Jim Fetzer.
Ordinary individuals can be forgiven for sometimes being temporarily led astray by those who have a following, but definitely do not trust anyone who has a following and who has promoted any of these hoaxes and psyops: Flat Earth, Free Energy, Peak Oil alarmism, Anthropogenic Global Warming alarmism, numerology, the 2012 Apocalypse, the Mandela Effect, the sociopath psyop, the alt-right psyop, the antifa psyop, or the MGTOW psyop. Likewise, don't trust anyone who has a following and who promotes Zionism, the UN, or disarming the people.
Currently, a common example of misdirection is blaming "Neocons" (a wing of the Republican party) for the actions of Trump. However, these same actions are heavily supported by the media and by Hillary, Obama, and most other Democrats. Therefore, referring to the bad guys as "Neocons", obscures the fact that they are all on the same side.
Hi Jim. Just discovered your excellent site and would be curious to know how you determined PCR might not be legit. He does seem to be naively dismissive of Izzrail’s role in the cabal’s plan. It that the tell tale? I do have one major disagreement with your list of untrustworthy memes, but it’s not worth mentioning because I think will come around eventually on this one. Anyway, congratulations on being “woke.”
All the Best,
Thanks, I added some links to articles I have written of some of the memes and players I mention.
Can you add an RSS feed for all your articles.
What do you mean? The feed URL is EndOfInnocence.com/feed.
I’ve certainly experienced many of the ‘Mandela Effects’ myself—what are your thoughts on the existence of these discrepancies? Just thumbing the nose at the public?
I have seen no compelling evidence of the Mandela effect; whereas, certain kinds of mistakes of memory are more common than others, and given 7.6 billion people, many will make the same mistake. Also, some things really do change for various legitimate reasons, such as marketing.
The claim is that the Mandela effect proves our reality and our history is disconnected from the recent past in some seemingly impossible way. However, not only is the false memory explanation more probable, but even the theory that it is a psyop by the NWO is a more probable explanation.
Haha! That was precisely my own analysis of the ME phenomenon.
Can Joe Rogan be trusted?
No. This is my conclusion from a few years ago, but I don’t have any handy arguments or facts that I can remember to give you about Joe Rogan.