From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Mae Magnin Brussell (May 29, 1922 – October 3, 1988) was an American radio personality and conspiracy theorist. She was the host of Dialogue: Conspiracy (later renamed World Watchers International).
The City of Brussels is a municipality consisting of the central historic town and certain additional areas within the greater Brussels-Capital Region, namely Haren, Laeken and Neder-Over-Heembeek to the north, as well as Avenue Louise/Louizalaan and the Bois de la Cambre/Ter Kamerenbos park to the south.
Mae believed just about every 'Conspiracy Theory' out there. John Lennon was 'Assassinated' by conspiracy, as was RFK, JFK, MLK, along with The Manson Gang being part of some conspiracy, along with the SLA Gang members in the U.S. Art Galleries were often 'Fronts' for Secret Government Operations Mae believed.
A collage with several views of Brussels, Top: View of the Northern Quarter business district, 2nd left: Floral carpet event in the Grand Place, 2nd right: Town Hall and Mont des Arts area, 3rd: Cinquantenaire Park, 4th left: Manneken Pis, 4th middle: St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral, 4th right: Congress Column, Bottom: Royal Palace of Brussels
The research of the late political researcher and historian Mae Brussell. For 17 years Mae shared with her radio audience her daily research on political assassinations and world-wide government corruption.
Mae Brussell May 29, 1922 - October 3, 1988) Without a doubt Mae Brussell stands as one of the premier researcher and investigative journalists. She can be accurately described as one of the forerunners of what is now accepted commonly as citizen journalism in the current blogging world.
Mae Brussell Investigator Trilateral Committee February 7 1977 Rockefeller Brzezinski trilateral commission Elite Rulers Jimmy Carter
75 quotes from Mae Brussell: 'Adolf Hitler declared war in 1941. By 1942, Allen Dulles was moved to Switzerland for the purpose of rounding up and importing German scientific “specialists” to the United States.
Paul Van Haver was born in Brussels and raised in the city's Laeken district, to a Rwandan Tutsi father, Pierre Rutare, and a Belgian Flemish mother, Miranda Van Haver.   Paul Van Haver and his siblings were raised by their mother, as his father, a successful architect, was killed during the 1994 Rwandan genocide , while visiting his family.
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