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Cover-up of Giants: TED X removes video lecture exposing Smithsonian corruption

 
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Cover-up of Giants: TED X removes video lecture exposing Smithsonian corruption
Last Month, stonemason and researcher Jim Vieira spoke at a TedX lecture event in Shelbourne Falls, Massachusetts regarding enigamatic megalithic looking stone structures in New England, and half of his talk discussed the historical and archaeological records of giant skeletons 7 to 11 ft tall with anatomic anomalies recorded in their own Smithsonian ethnology reports, American Antiquarian, and other science journals, and NY Times and other newspaper headlines from the late 1800's to early 1900's. Additionally he talked about his own investigation of two giant skeletons which were on display in a museum in Deerfield, MA-- one over 8 ft according to the catalog of relics and inventory at the museum in 1883, but were reburied in recent years to comply with NAGPRA laws. Vieira holds nothing back, and bashes the Smithsonian and reveals the corruption and cover-ups they are involved in

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Shelbourne Falls TedX removed his video from youtube, after it had been uploaded for over 2 weeks and went viral, getting 118,000 views, 1400 likes, and 100 dislikes and about 1,000 comments. Tedx claims Jim's evidence is unverified, that all giants reported in newspapers and historical (even scientific Smithsonian documents) were all hoaxes or random cases of medical gigantism, and that any evidence he presented was basically pseudo-science. The list of reasons are pathetic:

[link to tedxshelburnefalls.wordpress.com]

Luckily, a viewer re-uploaded his lecture:




Jim is scheduled to speak on Coast to coast radio with no name in just a couple of days, Monday, Dec. 17.

He recently spoke about this censorship of his lecture, and the evidence of a real cover-up of this sort of information about giants and stone structures by the Smithsonian (he speaks at the second half of the program):

[link to www.americanfreedomradio.com]

So yeah. Basically, the powers that be DO NOT WANT this information going viral. They do NOT want people to know the true history of North America in my opinion. Just pull videos down. Censor. Just like they pulled all those records of giants from the anthropology text books.

Amazing how this stuff works.
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Yes, I saw this vid before, thanks for the recent info about this. I thought it odd that TED did this video, TED or whatever it is, all they do is shill for a lot of new ageism crap, so it doesn't surprise me that they'd remove this video.
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Yes, I saw this vid before, thanks for the recent info about this. I thought it odd that TED did this video, TED or whatever it is, all they do is shill for a lot of new ageism crap, so it doesn't surprise me that they'd remove this video.
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Exactly. His presentation was very intense, and fast paced, His usual presentation is between 2 and 3 hours long. I think some archaeologists at the Smithsonian were pissed at his lecture, how he laid it out clean cut. There are hundreds, actually thousands of records not just in news papers, but county histories, science journals and Smithsonian mound exploration documents which give measurements of skeletons way over 7 and 8 feet tall, and with bones of correspondingly huge size. Some of the axes and weapons the were found with were even huge.

So some guy uncovers records which haven't been presented to the public, with jaw dropping information.... oh shit we had better cover it up again!!! Can't let the public know there were 7 to 12 ft Avatar like giants roaming America building mounds and hunting mammoths thousands of years ago-- and what if these giants are similar to Sasquatch, had different DNA, or were a different form of Hominid? That shit can't be let out of the bag. No matter if you have 1,000 DNA samples sent to a peer review journal. If the system says cover it up. You best cover it up.

Damn it.
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[link to www.youtube.com]
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Thanks yeah,that link works.

Apparently TED X says it will delete all videos of Jim Vieira from the internet if they are copies of his TED conference. They say it is a breach of copyright.

Apparently, the decision came all the way up at top TED level to pull the video.

Land of the Free...oops. just don't speek about scary 7 to 12 foot Avatar like giants with double rows of teeth wielding 20 lb copper axes...
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Good job, Op!

Our history has been so modified we have little idea of who we once were as a people, or what other types of people may have existed. Many are still trying to claim earth is only 6,000 years old, completely ignoring dinosaurs, etc. I have also read that bones sent to the Smithsonian have been consistently "lost". Would love to see DNA analysis on some of this.

Here's a couple more links with pictures if anyone is interested. I have more, but this is a start.

This one has more links inside:
[link to shatteredparadigm.blogspot.com]
[link to www.biblebelievers.org.au]
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Oh wow. Looks like TED X decided to pull the other uploads of Jim's lecture, people had re uploaded. They really don't want his lecture and info spreading.

LoL..

What a cover-up. All he did was read historical records of bone measurements, skeletons reported in mounds, museum inventories and Smithsonian documents.

Why does Ted x have such big beef about this?

Who are they trying to protect? The Smithsonian?

LoL.


Vieira will be on Coast to Coast radio in half an hour.
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Re: Cover-up of Giants: TED X removes video lecture exposing Smithsonian corruption
Here is a video that was recently re-uploaded of the TED x lecture Jim Vieira gave, which TED removed recently by pressure from academia and likely from the Smithsonian.

Stonework, megalithic dolmens on rocks, burial mounds. Historians and anthropologists measuring skeletons over 8 feet long in graves.

This is amazing stuff. Why the hell do they continue to cover it up, and delete these types of presentations from the records? People are genuinely interested in this type of independent research so they can decide for themselves. We don't need this stuff hidden again for another 100 years.



TEDx will probably ask youtube to delete this video as well. They already purged youtube twice of all re-uploaded videos of his presentation.
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Jim Vieira interviewed on Coast Radio, talks about the Smithsonian and their collecting giant skeletons up until recent times, how this stuff gets covered up.


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I saw this video a few weeks back. At the time i thought it was out of place on TED. In retrospect I'm not surprised that it got pulled.

That's not to say that i believe or disbelieve what he was talking about one way or the other.
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I saw this video a few weeks back. At the time i thought it was out of place on TED. In retrospect I'm not surprised that it got pulled.

That's not to say that i believe or disbelieve what he was talking about one way or the other.
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I find it strange though, that they invited him to speak. Video tape the lecture, upload it to the TEDx youtube channel, it get's 118,000 views in 2 weeks and when they see it is going viral, they pull it.

LoL... It drives conspiracy nuts wild. They should at least put a disclaimer or something.
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Don’t mention income inequality please, we’re entrepreneurs

At this point, TED is a massive, money-soaked orgy of self-congratulatory futurism

By Alex Pareene, May 21, 2012


There was a bit of a scandal last week when it was reported that a TED Talk on income equality had been censored. That turned out to be not quite the entire story. Nick Hanauer, a venture capitalist with a book out on income inequality, was invited to speak at a TED function. He spoke for a few minutes, making the argument that rich people like himself are not in fact job creators and that they should be taxed at a higher rate.

The talk seemed reasonably well-received by the audience, but TED “curator” Chris Anderson told Hanauer that it would not be featured on TED’s site, in part because the audience response was mixed but also because it was too political and this was an “election year.”

Hanauer had his PR people go to the press immediately and accused TED of censorship, which is obnoxious — TED didn’t have to host his talk, obviously, and his talk was not hugely revelatory for anyone familiar with recent writings on income inequity from a variety of experts — but Anderson’s responses were still a good distillation of TED’s ideology.

In case you’re unfamiliar with TED, it is a series of short lectures on a variety of subjects that stream on the Internet, for free. That’s it, really, or at least that is all that TED is to most of the people who have even heard of it. For an elite few, though, TED is something more: a lifestyle, an ethos, a bunch of overpriced networking events featuring live entertainment from smart and occasionally famous people... [link to www.salon.com]
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Don’t mention income inequality please, we’re entrepreneurs

At this point, TED is a massive, money-soaked orgy of self-congratulatory futurism

By Alex Pareene, May 21, 2012


There was a bit of a scandal last week when it was reported that a TED Talk on income equality had been censored. That turned out to be not quite the entire story. Nick Hanauer, a venture capitalist with a book out on income inequality, was invited to speak at a TED function. He spoke for a few minutes, making the argument that rich people like himself are not in fact job creators and that they should be taxed at a higher rate.

The talk seemed reasonably well-received by the audience, but TED “curator” Chris Anderson told Hanauer that it would not be featured on TED’s site, in part because the audience response was mixed but also because it was too political and this was an “election year.”

Hanauer had his PR people go to the press immediately and accused TED of censorship, which is obnoxious — TED didn’t have to host his talk, obviously, and his talk was not hugely revelatory for anyone familiar with recent writings on income inequity from a variety of experts — but Anderson’s responses were still a good distillation of TED’s ideology.

In case you’re unfamiliar with TED, it is a series of short lectures on a variety of subjects that stream on the Internet, for free. That’s it, really, or at least that is all that TED is to most of the people who have even heard of it. For an elite few, though, TED is something more: a lifestyle, an ethos, a bunch of overpriced networking events featuring live entertainment from smart and occasionally famous people... [link to www.salon.com]
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LoL... Oh Wow.

So the morally of the story is, if TED pulls your talk, you're probably hitting on some sensitive nerves...

Holy shit.
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Good job, Op!

Our history has been so modified we have little idea of who we once were as a people, or what other types of people may have existed. Many are still trying to claim earth is only 6,000 years old, completely ignoring dinosaurs, etc. I have also read that bones sent to the Smithsonian have been consistently "lost". Would love to see DNA analysis on some of this.

Here's a couple more links with pictures if anyone is interested. I have more, but this is a start.

This one has more links inside:
[link to shatteredparadigm.blogspot.com]
[link to www.biblebelievers.org.au]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30077781


no, no body is ignoring the dinosaurs.. they were all created with everything else 6,000 to
6,034 or years ago.. because thats what the bible says. just because others dont want to believe that, thats not the bibles fault. they rather belive other people instead of the truth

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