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Vol 1 Lipstick and War Crimes: Hijacked Sexual Identity Ray Songtree

Vol 1 Lipstick and War Crimes: Hijacked Sexual Identity

Ray Songtree

Published September 14th 2015
ISBN : 9781941293003
Paperback
126 pages
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Vol. 1 of the Lipstick and War Crime series by Ray Songtree, introduces us to the last century of gender social engineering, which used celebrity icons to change our values so that the designers could gain a compliant society. Specifically we learnMoreVol. 1 of the Lipstick and War Crime series by Ray Songtree, introduces us to the last century of gender social engineering, which used celebrity icons to change our values so that the designers could gain a compliant society. Specifically we learn about the manipulation of feminism and our sense of womens identity and how this has destabilized our families. Vol. 1 has been produced with other titles for specific demographic groups such as students, women, Christians, Indigenous peoples, tourists and Zen adherents.CAST OF CHARACTERS: Mother of Feminism CIA agent Gloria Steinem, Jane Fonda, Albert Einstein, Madonna, Obama and his true father, Shirley MacClaine, lesbian Katherine Hepburn, Henry Kissinger, secret elitist Oprah Winfrey, Alice Walker, CIA Hugh Hefner, Kate Upton, Warren Beatty, Katy Perry, Soviet defector Yuri Bezmenov, Hillary Clinton, BeyoncE Knowles, Papua New Guinea, Miley Cyrus, Jay-Z, Marilyn Monroe, Gaga, Warren Buffet, Shakira, Christina Aguilera, Hero Cathy OBrien, Fukashima, Pharrel Williams, Angelina Jolie, Bill Gates, Elizabeth Taylor, Nelson Mandela ...The book brings dry to wet and wet to dry ... no genre works to describe it. - Sandra BainsFinally, spirit for environmentalists and down to Earth talk for New Age. - JosE RodriguezI showed my husband, an Iraq veteran, Rays photo taken with the USS Liberty survivor. That got his attention. - Nancy ChelesEvery woman should read this. The narratives in our heads are not ours! - Debbie LeeFrom the Preface: Tricia Jenkins, author of The CIA In Hollywood, told DailyMail.com she has recently acquired new evidence showing how the CIA worked off-the-books to influence Hollywood scripts to an extent never previously known. She said: In this documentation, concerning one major Hollywood movie, it is clear that the CIA functioned as the principle partner in shaping the original script and its influence exceeded that which would have been filled by an aggressive producer or studio executive.Confused about the script? You wont be.