Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part XI)

Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part XI)

Delving back into the mists of time, the ‘Iran-Contra affair’ seems all but faded from the American historical memory.

And yet, at the time, it was a crisis that threatened to derail a presidency, much as Watergate had more than a decade before.

More so than any other story, tailor-made to entrance the public, the Iran-Contra affair seemed purposely convoluted, almost to the point of incomprehensibility.

However, like the Watergate scandal, the story sold to the public by the mainstream media sorcerers was filled with anomalies. Turns out, this was done so that the public, entranced with sorting through the intricate web of story lines, and colorful characters, would never see the truth lurking behind the backstage curtain. Like so much, if not all of American history,  the Iran-Contra affair was, in truth, a scripted hoax. One would do well to remember, after all, before his election as American president, Ronald Reagan made his living in Hollywood as an actor. This installment, shall kill two birds with one stone, as it were, in examining not only the blatant hoax known as the Iran-Contra affair, but the staged attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan.

Stay tuned folks, this one shall, no doubt, represent a play by play unraveling of historical lies in the post-truth, twenty-first century era. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part XI)”