Flat Earth

The Flat Earth Timeline Spinning Ball Earth Deception And Firmament


This is from my YouTube Channel that was deleted after accumulating over 8000 subscribers and making a lousy 120 bucks every month and a half. Why you might ask? Because either YouTube censored me or 3rd party sources put pressure on them to do so, maybe a combination of the two. All because I put up controversial subjects like Flat Earth and Trump. Now why do they shut down little YouTube channels for saying stupid things about the Flat Earth and more weird is they didn’t want anything good said about Trump. They are a fascist company sad to say. freedom of Speech is thrown under the bus for TOS or Terms of Service!!! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I have a new and very unique non-fiction memoir out that took more than a decade to write. It’s called Smuggling With Jesus by Hank Cooper and is available on Amazon exclusively at the moment. A quick description and link below. Thanks for reading.

A Man’s Journey To Hell And Back!

Hank Cooper’s captivating story,based on true life events, will keep you on the edge and give you an inside view of the dark and dangerous world of drug smuggling and addiction. This honest account of his years spent on the wrong side of the law will work as both a cautionary tale and an interesting read for everyone.In his book, Cooper navigates through his motives, journey and lessons learned during his life.

Smuggling With Jesus explores the dangers and fast pace of drugs and the mentality of a smuggler in the era of mass surveillance. From cocaine to heroin and from rags to riches, this memoir will change the way you view drug smuggling. Join Hank Cooper on his journey through crime, addiction and, finally, redemption. A fascinating read for everyone.


Not many people go from being raised as an orthodox Jew to becoming an international drug smuggler. Hank Cooper, a Canadian who grew up in Toronto, traveled that path. After becoming an adult (chronologically, at least), in the nineteen seventies and eighties, Hank lived anything but what his parents would have called a normal life during his twenties and early thirties. Maybe it had something to do with his orthodox Jewish upbringing, but then again it probably was a combination of a million other things, especially luck, which he discusses in his memoir, <a href="https://smugglingwithjesus.com/">Visit Smuggling with Jesus!</a>.

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