Deep Geopolitics?

An Evening with Ian R Crane

Have you ever wondered whether 9/11 was an inside job? Or the 2008 financial

crash a manufactured crisis? Whether pharmaceutical and oil companies suppress

medicines and technology that would help humanity, but hurt their profits? Have

you ever wondered if a corporate oligarchy is the real power behind our seemingly

democratic governments? On Saturday the 20th of July, Ian R Crane is coming to

the Isle of Man to present his case that the world is truly very different to what we

imagine it to be.

Ian Crane is an ex-oilfield executive who was one of the first civilians to enter Kuwait

after the First Gulf War. What he saw there so shocked him that he began a long

journey to re-evaluate everything he thought he knew about the way the world

works. Subsequent to the events of September 11th 2001, Ian began to give public

lectures on his research. In this talk on the Isle of Man, he will discuss the

experiences and research that have led him to form his unique perspective on the

world, covering such topics as false flag terrorism, manipulation of the financial

markets, genetically modified food and his latest research on the dangers of fracking.

Ian’s opinions are controversial and would be labelled by many as ‘conspiracy

theories’. This lecture is intended to provide an opportunity for residents of the Isle

of Man to decide for themselves. Agree or disagree, it will certainly be an

interesting and challenging evening for all.


Sat 20th July, 7:30pm, Empress Hotel, Central Prom, Douglas,


Isle of Man


Tickets £8 in Adv, £10 on the Door


Advanced tickets and info or 0207 558 8869



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