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Is This ’92nd Degree Mason’ Nuts, Or Crazy Like A Fox? — David Wynn Miller on QUANTUM GRAMMAR

from Before Its News:

Is David Wynn Miller, the man with a 200 IQ who claims to be a 92nd degree Freemason, the most dangerous man in the world? Upon going to the US Supreme Court to prosecute US Supreme Court Justice William Rehnquist in 1988, David Wynn Miller was immediately arrested for threatening a US judge and taken into a closed room, surrounded by 6 U.S. marshalls.

Justice Rehnquist came down from his chambers and told David he had his signed confession for treason against the United States people. David gave his brief response to Judge Rehnquist and within seconds, the Justice requested that everyone else leave the room so that he could have a private conversation with the man who moments before had come to arrest him, a conversation that lasted for 2 1/2 hours. Anyone who wants to understand the takeover of our country and our world a little bit better will learn a lot from this 20 minutes; this is certainly one of the most fascinating speeches that I have ever heard from a man whom, I would argue, may be one of the most dangerous men in the world.

NOTE: To watch the next TWENTY FOUR parts of this presentation, HERE.

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12 comments to Is This ’92nd Degree Mason’ Nuts, Or Crazy Like A Fox? — David Wynn Miller on QUANTUM GRAMMAR

  • mangrove

    What an interesting character. He made two grammatical errors that I caught, without even trying, saying something like “There is several people” — no, I’m not going to go back and find the exact spot and the exact wording, but c’mon y’all.

    And, of course, once he mentioned 9/11, I had to do a search to see what his theory is. Hoo boy, you’re gonna love this one:

    Here’s my theory: David-Wynn:Miller is a comedian, a court jester, and a bullshit artist of the highest order (except for maybe Obama). That’s probably not fair, since I’d never heard of him before, haven’t studied his “work,” and I certainly don’t have an IQ as high (assuming that’s even true)…. but c’mon y’all.

    Speaking of words and diarrhea of the mouth, Noam Chomsky teaches linguistics at MIT. Presumably, he’s got a very high IQ as well. What does he think of 9/11? (rhetorical question)

    • Dissolution

      From your link:

      “Quote: What creates a magnetic pulse? C-4 plastic explosive. Who has C-4? The military. Who controls the military? The post office.

      At this point I lost it laughing. Cliff Clavin has problems, but… OK, I have to make it through this post.”

      The reference to the post office is more complex than this person makes it. You have to actually watch his presentation to understand the context and complexity of his argument. I’m not saying I subscribe to what he’s saying, but it’s not as easily written off as it seems.

  • Warp

    In this case I think a test of his alleged powers of learning is called for. He needs to prove his 400 words/second reading rate. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

    • Hannon

      Exactly!!! I’ve heard of this guy before, yet can find no proof of his works. He doesn’t seem to be able to provide even a single case number. We couldn’t even get them to follow a thousand years of precedent set common law, now they won’t even follow their own legislation. On some level he may even be right about all the weird esoteric intertwinings within law, but good luck with that.

  • Dissolution

    Video 3: “He who controls the money controls the world. Always follow the gold.”

    He may be a bullshit artist, but there’s no bullshit artistry in that statement.

    • Dissolution

      Ok ok, in video 4 he claims he was abducted by aliens into a UFO and that’s why he’s so smart.

      Mmm hmm. Just gonna cut the credibility right there.

  • Scott

    Listened to 2 hours of his crap. He’s a Nut Job!

    • SGT

      …I only made it through half of video two when I decided to post it. It was the most viewed video at Before Its News last night so I figured, what the heck, I’d let you guys help me dissect this guy. And you have. Thanks.

  • Rudenewt

    No wait he can’t have put it all together because I have put it all together. His iq may be 200 but mine is 200.5 and where he may have found missing words I have found missing punctuation. Yes by placing commas, periods and indeed “SEMI COLONS” into places as yet undreamed of; (<—like this) I have devined the true nature and answer of the entire universe. And the answer of course is 42.

    We will soon all be eaten by a very small dog due to scaling difficulties but fret not for I am deciphering "sentencing structure" which combining both words AND punctuation shall save us all; (<–cool huh) and for the low low monthly installment of just $19.95 I will let you know what I find out once I increase my IQ to 200.75 and become capable of understanding it.

  • Moody

    The guy speaks like an uneducated hillbilly – “He says…, then I says…”. Probably a union electrician who can’t find work, so he dreamed up this BS. His credit score may be 200, but not his IQ.

  • joe

    Read some of the bios on this guy on the internet. He also claims to have died during surgical complications and remained dead for 35 minutes before being revived. Afterwards, he didn’t sleep for eight (yes, eight) years. I believe this all occurred before he received the patent for the U.S. flag, though.

    Hint: add in some extra words and punctuation to my comment to see the full 485-page document I’ve written about the real power behind the British throne and the invention of flush toilets.

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