The Shocking Truth the History Channel Can’t Broadcast

Here’s the promised interview and recap of what was banned from the History Channel. If you’ve been a Road to Roota subscriber for long enough this is not new information, but I forget sometimes that many people have not been on this path as long as many of us have. Here’s what Sean at www.SGTReport.com had to say…

“The interview you are about to hear contains some of the most shocking information we’ve ever heard. Our friend and fellow precious metals researcher Road to Roota’s Bix Weir was recently interviewed by History Channel 2 for THREE HOURS as part of their new documentary style series America’s Book of Secrets. The information Bix shared with them on camera was to be aired in the episode titled America’s Book of Secrets: Secret Underground. What Bix said on camera was so shocking, after the interview the entire crew told him that they were going to pull all funds out of their bank accounts. But when Book of Secrets: Secret Underground aired, Bix had been cut from the show — Not one word Bix shared with them was allowed to be broadcast. But you can know it all right now… Find out the shocking secrets the History Channel could NOT broadcast.”

For more info on the DTCC just click on the Roota search I linked below:

http://www.roadtoroota.com/public/programs/search.cfm?searchquery=DTCC&areas=all&department_select=all&sort_by=date

Also, here’s an old article on some of the DTCC information I discuss in this interview:

The Unknown 20 Trillion Dollar Company
http://ming.tv/flemming2.php/__show_article/_a000010-000923.htm

May the Road you choose be the Right Road.

Bix Weir

http://www.roadtoroota.com

 

 

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