Olympic Armageddon = Predictive Programming

May 18, 2012 by

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Is the short story that appeared in a 2010 Mail Online edition, “Olympic Armageddon,” a case of predictive programming? Is the fictional thriller by “Tom Cain” AKA David Thomas serving same purpose as “The Final Jihad” by Martin Keating? The work of fiction by Keating tells story of main character Tom McVeigh, who masterminds bombing of Oklahoma City Federal building. Martin Keating is the brother of Frank Keating, who was governor at time of 1995 bombing. Is it too close for comfort? The present writer suspects stories are acts of absolution of care, inspired by covenants held by members of secret societies.

Olympic Armageddon = Predictive Programming

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