Ole Predicts London Event | March 22nd 2017

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Ole Dammegard predicted the London staged event that took place on March 22nd of 2017, on air at the end of February of this year, and in writing in his March newsletter.  After years of closely examining these staged terror attacks, Ole has picked up on the clues left behind in prior false flag scenarios, knowing full-well that the people who orchestrate these plays to try to manipulate us on an emotional level, are bound to karmic laws which compels them to give us warnings and coded symbology with respect to upcoming events – hints that can be spotted, by those who have eyes to see.  Listen as Ole explains the sequence of events that led him to the conclusion that Big Ben, one of England’s most celebrated and iconic landmarks, would be at the center of this most recent “terror attack”.

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Ole Dammegard was born in Denmark and raised in Sweden, grew up believing he lived in a free and democratic society. As he started to investigate the political assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme, he noticed there were some very strange and glaring similarities in these two cases. Since that time, Ole has investigated many other political assassinations, deaths of musicians and false flag events, and has shown the common thread behind them all: the New World Order Agenda. Ole's aim is to spread this information and to promote a stance of "no-fear", of peace and recovery from the atrocities and trauma that we have been subjected to for so many years. We are many, they are SO few. Shine the light on these conspiracies, get involved and transcend this evil agenda so we can get on with this amazing and beautiful life.

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