Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Google bomb: "Paul McCartney is Dead"


Paul McCartney in one of his last interviews -
Memphis, Aug. 19, 1966


Help me get exposure to PID by dropping a Google PID bomb. Alex Jones has been able to successfully exploit Google's search engine to by-pass the controlled media and focus attention on certain issues. One example is the TSA controversy involving naked body scanners and enhanced pat-downs. Jones dropped a Google bomb, drove the issue to the top of the Google search rankings, and made TSA's irradiation and molestation of innocent passengers a huge issue.

Let's drop a PID Google bomb. Simply enter "Paul McCartney is Dead" a bunch of times in Google. Let's see if we can drive PID up in the search rankings and get more people looking into the tragic replacement of Paul McCartney. Maybe one day, there will be justice for Paul. Thanks for caring!

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4 comments:

  1. Happy Belated New Year, everyone!

    Let's make 2011 a good year for uncovering Paul's murder mystery!!

    Just wanted to send a shoutout to everyone participating in this noble quest for JPM's honor!

    For James Paul Mccartney (1942-1966)
    Just remember that everyone here loves you babe!!!

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  2. Question for Plastic Macca...

    Do you believe that Paul or any of the people in his camp could possibly have prior knowledge that there would be an attempt on his life in such a manner? I know during 1966 there were many death threats and other such dangers during that time. Maybe Brian Epstein had an idea of what was coming? He seems either to have been offed by somebody or O.D'd from guilt. Maybe once the other three Beatles had left England (John went to film in Spain and Ringo joined him there and George went to India), the assassins figured it a perfect time to get the job done.

    So, do you think anybody had any idea of what was coming?

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  3. So sorry to disturb you, but can you answer my question above?

    I would appreciate it very much and I would love to get to the bottom of this mystery.

    Thanks!

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