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Lindbergh,Göring,Ford, Chick-fil-A and Johnson & Johnson('s)

So i search for "Lindbergh" and the first result is about the father of the missing baby: https://en.wikipedia.org wiki/Charles_Lindbergh
If you read the all page some very interesting things come out, he was a very famous pilot and:
"Just before signing on to fly with CAM, Lindbergh had applied to serve as a pilot on Richard E. Byrd's North Pole expedition, but apparently his bid came too late.[28] - "Lindbergh was the first Time magazine "Man of the Year", appearing on Time's cover January 2, 1928; he remains the youngest Man of the Year ever.The winner of the 1930 Best Woman Aviator of the Year Award, Elinor Smith Sullivan, said that before Lindbergh's flight People seemed to think we [aviators] were from outer space or something. But after Charles Lindbergh's flight, we could do no wrong. It's hard to describe the impact Lindbergh had on people. Even the first walk on the moon doesn't come close. The twenties was such an innocent time, and people were still so religious—I think they felt like this man was sent by God to do this. And it changed aviation forever because all of a sudden the Wall Streeters were banging on doors looking for airplanes to invest in. We'd been standing on our heads trying to get them to notice us but after Lindbergh, suddenly everyone wanted to fly, and there weren't enough planes to carry them.[64] _
"Richard Hauptmann, a 34-year-old German immigrant carpenter, was arrested near his home in the Bronx, New York, on September 19, 1934, after paying for gasoline with one of the ransom bills. $13,760 of the ransom money, and other evidence, was found in his home. Hauptmann went on trial for kidnapping, murder and extortion on January 2, 1935 in a circus-like atmosphere in Flemington, New Jersey. He was convicted on February 13,[88] sentenced to death, and electrocuted at Trenton State Prison on April 3, 1936.[89]"
Lindbergh elucidated his beliefs regarding white race in a 1939 article in Reader's Digest: We can have peace and security only so long as we band together to preserve that most priceless possession, our inheritance of European blood, only so long as we guard ourselves against attack by foreign armies and dilution by foreign races.[136] Lindbergh's speeches and writings reflected his adoption of views on race and religion similar to that of the Nazis.[137] Because of his trips to Nazi Germany that were combined with a belief in eugenics,[138] Lindbergh was suspected of being a Nazi sympathizer. "In his diaries, he wrote: "We must limit to a reasonable amount the Jewish influence ... Whenever the Jewish percentage of total population becomes too high, a reaction seems to invariably occur. It is too bad because a few Jews of the right type are, I believe, an asset to any country."
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Interesting things about "Chick-fil-A" mandela effect: "Chick-fil-A (/tʃɪkfᵻˈleɪ/ chik-fil-AY, a play on the US pronunciation of "fillet") is an American fast food restaurant chain headquartered in the Atlanta suburb of College Park, Georgia, specializing in chicken sandwiches.[3][4] Founded in May 1946, it has more than 2,000 restaurants, mainly in the United States. The company's culture is influenced by its founder Truett Cathy's Southern Baptist beliefs; all Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed for business on Sunday as well as Thanksgiving and Christmas."
From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S._Truett_Cathy : - "Cathy began the chain in the Atlanta suburb of Hapeville in 1946 with a restaurant called the Dwarf Grill, named because of its small size. It was there that he, along with his brother and business partner Ben, created the chicken sandwich that later became the signature menu item for Chick-fil-A. The original restaurant (since renamed Dwarf House) is still in operation and the company operates other Dwarf House locations in the metro Atlanta area" Dwarf House !?!?!? Is Snow White's house isn't it ? - "Cathy was a member of the First Baptist Church in Jonesboro, Georgia, and taught Sunday School there for more than 50 years. He said that the Bible is his guide-book for life.[5] Due to his strong religious beliefs, all of the company's locations, whether company-owned or franchised, are closed on Sundays to allow its employees to attend church and spend time with their families.[6] This policy began when Cathy was working six days a week, multiple shifts. He decided to close on Sundays.[5] Cathy wrote five books: the autobiography Eat Mor Chikin: Inspire More People, a motivational book entitled "It's Easier to Succeed Than to Fail", the parenting book "It's Better to Build Boys Than Mend Men", an explanation of his business success in "How Did You Do It, Truett?", and a final book on the significance of money in today's society titled "Wealth, Is It Worth It?". He also contributed to the anthologies "What My Parents Did Right[7]" and Conversations on Success, and co-wrote with Ken Blanchard "Generosity Factor: Discover the Joy of Giving Your Time, Talent, and Treasure".
All of his books are published by.......the "Looking Glass Press" (!!!!!)
-"Cathy was closely involved with the sponsorship of the college football bowl game now known as the Chick-fil-A Bowl, but from 1997-2005 known as the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, and prior to that simply as the Peach Bowl. On October 28, 2006, Cathy received the last vehicle off the assembly line of Ford's Atlanta plant, in recognition of a 60-year relationship between him and the plant. The plant, located near Cathy's original Dwarf Grill (now Dwarf House), opened one year after the restaurant opened, and Truett regularly served during all three shifts at the plant." Here we go with Ford again !!!!
"He was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Pi Fraternities.[21]" (!?!?!?)
"Cathy was inducted into the Indiana Wesleyan University Society of World Changers on April 3, 2011." (Really ??) And what is this southern baptist thing??
From https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Baptist_Convention : "Most early Baptists in the British colonies came from England in the 17th century, after the established Church of England persecuted them for their dissenting religious views." That is very interesting...the Kit-Kat man (Henry Isaac Rowntree) was a Quaker, and ""The first Quakers lived in mid-17th century England. The movement arose from the Legatine-Arians and other dissenting Protestant groups, breaking away from the established Church of England."
From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_Baptist_Convention : - "In 1995, the convention voted to adopt a resolution renouncing its racist roots and apologizing for its past defense of slavery, segregation, and white supremacy.[48][49] This marked the denomination's first formal acknowledgment that racism had a profound role in its early and modern history. The convention recognized that the demographics of the United States were changing and has subsequently made an effort to recruit new members among minority populations.[50]"
And if you click on "dwarf house" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chick-fil-A#Dwarf_House you learn that: -"S. Truett Cathy was a devout Southern Baptist; his religious beliefs had a major impact on the company.[31] The company's official statement of corporate purpose says that the business exists "To glorify God by being a faithful steward of all that is entrusted to us. To have a positive influence on all who come in contact with Chick-fil-A."[32] Cathy's beliefs are also responsible for one of the chain's distinctive features: all Chick-fil-A locations (corporate owned and franchised) are closed on Sundays,[33] as well as on Thanksgiving, and Christmas.[34] Cathy states as the final step in his Five-Step recipe for Business Success "I was not so committed to financial success that I was willing to abandon my principles and priorities. One of the most visible examples of this is our decision to close on Sunday. Our decision to close on Sunday was our way of honoring God and of directing our attention to things that mattered more than our business."[35]"
What matters more than business ?
"Chick-fil-A has donated over $5 million, via WinShape, to groups that oppose same-sex marriage. Of this, more than $3 million was donated primarily to Christian organizations whose agendas included positions that oppose same-sex marriage,[45] with the money donated between 2003 and 2009.[46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53] A total of $1.9 million was donated in 2010 to groups such as the Marriage & Family Foundation, Exodus International, and the Family Research Council (FRC).[54] That year, the FRC, which received $1,000[46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53] was listed as an anti-gay[55] hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.[56][57][58] WinShape has also contributed to Christian groups including the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Exodus International, the latter is noted for supporting ex-gay conversion therapy.[54]"
From http://foundation.winshape.org/ "The WinShape Foundation provides meaningful experiences, and creates connections that develop individuals, strengthen relationships, and expose life-altering hope and truth. From day camps for kids, to programs to grow college students and shape culture for organizations, each of our programs is rooted in transformation. There’s power in this place and the individuals that participate in our ministries."
Winshape foundation,"Our mission is to create experiences that transform"
If you look into the Pi Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Pi (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delta_Sigma_Pi) you will find that: "Delta Sigma Pi was founded by four men: Alexander Frank Makay, Henry Albert Tienken, Harold Valentine Jacobs, and Alfred Moysello. These four men, along with a fifth student, grew close to one another in their classes and from sharing the same subway route on their way home every evening. They often discussed topics of mutual interest including school affairs. One such topic that came up regularly involved the dominance of Alpha Kappa Psi, which had been founded a few years earlier as the only fraternity at NYU's School of Commerce, Accounts, and Finance. The men felt they had been ignored by the fraternity due to their race and religion, so they decided to develop a new organization to provide students with an alternative. They decided the new organization would be a club open to all students, but the idea did not take off with the student body..."
Also among the Distinguished alumni of the fraternity we find mr.Russell G. Mawby, Chairman Emeritus, W. K. Kellogg Foundation. And i think there is a mandela effect about the blue nose of the kellog's mascot, the tiger. So let's look into tjhe https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W._K._Kellogg_Foundation and we discover that...."In 2016, the Kellogg Foundation was funding more than 40 projects in Indian country, with a total value of more than $30 million in open grants. According to the non-profit’s website, the foundation has funded 380 Native American projects since 2008. Many grants are for health, education and language programs for children and youths.[4] In 2009 it granted the third-highest amount of money to Native American projects, after the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Ford Foundation.[4]" Here we are with indigenus people and Ford...again ! If you are reading all this i am sure you wanna know about the second place there: the " Robert Wood Johnson Foundation" to be continued..
......And, yes, he is the one: "Robert Wood Johnson built the family firm of Johnson & Johnson into the world's largest health products maker. ANd we have the probable mandela effect about Johnson and Johnson('s) (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lm7K27IIdlk) So, it seems that the first 3 that give the highest amount of money to Native American projects are connected by mandela effects... Interesting things about https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnson_%26_Johnson : -"The company's major franchises in the Pharmaceutical segment include Immunology, Neuroscience, Infectious Disease, and Oncology.Immunology products include the anti-tumor necrosis factor antibodies Remicade (infliximab), and Simponi (golimumab) used for the treatment[50] of autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease (Remicade only), ulcerative colitis, ankylosing spondylitis, and other disorders"
-"In December 2014, the company announced it would co-develop MacroGenics cancer drug candidate (MGD011) which targets both CD19 and CD3 proteins in treating B-cell malignant tumours. This could net MacroGenics up to $700 million.[26] In January 2015, the company announced it will utilise Isis Pharmaceuticals' RNA-targeting technology to discover and develop antisense drugs targeting autoimmune disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, with the partnership potentially generating up to $835 million for Isis.[27]" -"On September 29, 1982, a "Tylenol scare" began when the first of seven individuals died in Chicago metropolitan area, after ingesting Extra Strength Tylenol that had been deliberately laced with cyanide.[68] Within a week, the company pulled 31 million bottles of capsules back from retailers, making it one of the first major recalls in American history.[68]"
-"On April 30, 2010, McNeil Consumer Healthcare, a subsidiary of Johnson and Johnson, voluntarily recalled 43 over-the-counter children's medicines, including Tylenol, Tylenol Plus, Motrin, Zyrtec and Benadryl"
-"On January 15, 2010, Johnson & Johnson announced a voluntary recall of several hundred batches of popular medicines, including Benadryl, Motrin, Rolaids, Simply Sleep, St. Joseph Aspirin and Tylenol.[10] The recall was due to complaints of a musty smell suspected to be due to contamination of the packaging with the chemical 2,4,6-tribromoanisole.[11]"
-"IIn 2010 and 2011, Johnson & Johnson voluntarily recalled some over-the-counter products including Tylenol due to an odor caused by tribromoanisole.[77][78] "In 2010 a group of shareholders sued the board for allegedly failing to take action to prevent serious failings and illegalities since the 1990s, including manufacturing problems, bribing officials, covering up adverse effects and misleading marketing for unapproved uses. The judge initially dismissed the case in September 2011, but allowed the plaintiffs opportunity to refile at a later time.[79] In 2012 Johnson and Johnson proposed a settlement with the shareholders, whereby the company would institute new oversight, quality and compliance procedures binding for five years.[80]
-"johnson & Johnson has also been subject to congressional investigations related to payments given to psychiatrists to promote its products and ghost write articles, notably Joseph Biederman and his pediatric bipolar disorder research unit.[87]
Seems they don't want to stop poisoning people... In fact...they are the law, they are the Red Cross ! . "
"Johnson & Johnson registered the Red Cross as a U.S. trademark for "medicinal and surgical plasters" in 1905 and has used the design since 1887.[89] The Geneva Conventions, which reserved the Red Cross emblem for specific uses, were first approved in 1864 and ratified by the United States in 1882; however, the emblem was not protected by U.S. law for the use of the American Red Cross and the U.S. military until after Johnson & Johnson had obtained its trademark. A clause in tis law (now 18 U.S.C. 706) permits this pre-existing uses of the Red Cross to continue. A declaration made by the U.S. upon its ratification of the 1949 Geneva Conventions includes a reservation that pre-1905 U.S. domestic uses of the Red Cross, such as Johnson & Johnson's, would remain lawful as long as the cross is not used on "aircraft, vessels, vehicles, buildings or other structures, or upon the ground," i.e. uses which could be confused with its military uses.[90] This means that the U.S. did not agree to any interpretation of the 1949 Geneva Conventions that would overrule Johnson & Johnson's trademark. (NOTICE THE '"s" here!)
The American Red Cross continues to recognize the validity of Johnson & Johnson's trademark.[91]In August 2007, Johnson & Johnson filed a lawsuit against the American Red Cross (ARC), demanding that the charity halt the use of the red cross symbol on products it sells to the public, though the company takes no issue with the charity's use of the mark for non-profit purposes.[92] In May 2008, the judge in the case dismissed most of Johnson & Johnson's claims, and a month later the two organizations announced a settlement had been reached in which both parties would continue to use the symbol.[93]"
But let's go back to this. "On September 29, 1982, a Tylenol scare began when the first of seven individuals died in Chicago metropolitan area, after ingesting Extra Strength Tylenol that had been deliberately laced with cyanide.[68]"
What is cyanide? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cyanide -
"Many cyanides are highly toxic. The cyanide anion is an inhibitor of the enzyme cytochrome c oxidase (also known as aa3) in the fourth complex of the electron transport chain (found in the membrane of the mitochondria of eukaryotic cells). It attaches to the iron within this protein. The binding of cyanide to this enzyme prevents transport of electrons from cytochrome c to oxygen. As a result, the electron transport chain is disrupted, meaning that the cell can no longer aerobically produce ATP for energy.[18] Tissues that depend highly on aerobic respiration, such as the central nervous system and the heart, are particularly affected. This is an example of histotoxic hypoxia.[19]"
Notice trat "The classical names for amber, Latin electrum and Ancient Greek ἤλεκτρον (ēlektron), are connected to a term ἠλέκτωρ (ēlektōr) meaning "beaming Sun".[9][10] According to myth, when Phaëton son of Helios (the Sun) was killed, his mourning sisters became poplar trees, and their tears became elektron, amber.[11]Amber is discussed by Theophrastus in the 4th century BC, and again by Pytheas (c. 330 BC) whose work "On the Ocean" is lost, but was referenced by Pliny the Elder, according to whose The Natural History (in what is also the earliest known mention of the name Germania):[12]" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amber "Cyanide is used for pest control in New Zealand particularly for possums, an introduced marsupial that threatens the conservation of native species and spreads tuberculosis amongst cattle. Possums can become bait shy but the use of pellets containing the cyanide reduces bait shyness. Cyanide has been known to kill native birds, including the endangered kiwi.[27] Cyanide is also effective for controlling the dama wallaby, another introduced marsupial pest in New Zealand.[28] A licence is required to store, handle and use cyanide in New Zealand." AND : "Deliberate cyanide poisoning of humans has occurred many times throughout history.[35] For notable cyanide deaths, see Cyanide poisoning: Historical cases.
(ATTENTION PLEASE..)..Most significantly, hydrogen cyanide released from pellets of Zyklon-B was used extensively in the systematic mass murders of the Holocaust, especially in extermination camps. Poisoning by hydrogen cyanide gas within a gas chamber (as a salt of hydrocyanic acid is dropped into a strong acid, usually sulfuric acid) is one method of executing a condemned prisoner as the condemned prisoner eventually breathes the lethal fumes."
!!!!! :---^ shit ! Johnson & Johnson('s) !?
"Tylenol has many different advertisement approaches. One of these advertisement campaigns focuses on "getting you back to normal", whereas the other commercials focus on Tylenol's current slogan, "Feel better, Tylenol". In the "Feel better, Tylenol" commercials, Tylenol places emphasis on the importance of sleep; various people are seen sleeping in this commercial while a voiceover describes how sleep can help repair and heal the human body during times of aches and pains.[17] In the "getting you back to normal" commercial, Tylenol places more emphasis on helping its consumers get back to their daily routines; many different people are shown first experiencing headaches and other sorts of body pain, where a voiceover then states that Tylenol Rapid Release can help rid aches and pains; the various people are then showed enjoying their everyday lives, and are seen as "back to normal".
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