David Icke was the original choice for Neo in The Matrix but he turned the role down due to lizards

Because 2012 is the End of the World, a lot of okes are becoming in the know-how about the world of the Illuminati, Freemasons, and the Free Lunch movement (referred to as “There’s no such thing as a Free Lunch movement” by okes that know how to keep a secret). New evidence suggests that the singer Louis Armstrong was involved in the Freemasons and that he knew a great secret called the Safety Zone, which I will write about soon.

First things first: Louis Armstrong was a Freemason. Read the proof here (note: this is not a Wikipedia  page and is therefore more likely to be a better source).

According to David Icke, author of the new book Lizard men left clues for our survival, Louis Armstrong knew all about the secret date of the End of the World and the location of the Safety Zone, which obviously is the place where okes can be safe while the End of the World happens.

Some believe that Armstrong was murdered with a heart attack in 1971 because he had revealed the Illuminati’s plans for a Safety Zone in his song East of the sun (and west of the moon). If you read the lyrics of this song, it’s pretty obvious that he is giving verbal clues as to the existence of the Safety Zone, and he basically promises his wife or gay lover (that’s also debatable) a spot there. These are the lyrics:

Louis Armstrong had the kind of smile that said "I know where the Safety Zone for the End of the World is."

We’ll build a dream house of love

Near to the sun in a day

near to the moon at night,

We’ll live in a lovely way dear

Living our love in memory

Just you and I, forever and a day,

Love will not die, we’ll keep it that way,

Up among the stars we’ll find

A harmony of life, too lovely tune

East of the sun and west of the moon, dear,

East of the sun and west of the moon.

Just you and I we’ll build a dream house so lovely

Clearly Armstrong knew where the Safety Zone was, and is and will be.

Where is the Safety Zone?

On Wednesday I’m going to blow the lid off the pot of conspiracy soup with a stick of logical dynamite and I’m going to name what I think is the Safety Zone, based on Louis Armstrong’s preferred holiday destinations.