Maurice Herman (108Morris108) Passed Away. The Gentle Warrior that Must Be Remembered for Always.

IntelCaster – by Arthur F Wayne

It was only last night, through MachinePiano, that I found out about Morris – that he passed away on October 1, after getting dengue in Cambodia. 

I WILL ALWAYS BE MISSING YOU MORRIS. YOUR WORK WAS NOT IN VAIN.

I came across one of Morris’ online videos in 2013, it was about the Woolwich “attacks”. He explained how the official story could never have been what had actually happened there that day. I knew right away, by the way he conveyed his message, that I had discovered a true warrior.

In the following years we were in contact occasionally, through email and on the phone.

In fact, it was in 2014, when I was exposing that year’s ebola fraud (then writing for Truth Sector), that Morris contacted me for the very first time. He emailed me to get my number because he wanted to discuss the ebola hysteria on his Youtube channel.

A few years later Morris called me again, he wanted to do another video with me, this time about foreigners living in the Philippines (“European Living in the Philippines Does Not Want to Go Back to Europe”). Before his Youtube channel was pulled by Google, earlier this year, that video was the most popular on his channel with over 500,000 views. We were working on a follow-up because it was such a success. Unfortunately, we never had the chance to finish part 2.

Tribute to 108Morris108, by MachinePiano

(video link: youtube.com/watch?v=tpJIkVJbchk)

108morris108 Channel Terminated By Youtube – Now Dead

(Video link: youtube.com/watch?v=Q6oVwav5EcY)

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6 Responses to Maurice Herman (108Morris108) Passed Away. The Gentle Warrior that Must Be Remembered for Always.

  1. Katie says:

    Morris was a gentle & caring man.

  2. mary in ND again says:

    “just before he dies you tube deletes his entire you tube existence”

    hoping all his work will be forgotten….Truth cannot be deleted, it is like water

  3. Bob M says:

    Thanks for posting this.

    I was thinking of Morris yesterday
    How so much good has gone away
    I can hear his voice and see his face
    He still exists inside this place
    For a little longer inside our mind
    Till we must face the fate of time
    You can stay with us for now my friend
    Until we reach the very end
    And some day I hope we will be together
    In a different world where things are better

  4. somethinghappeninghere says:

    RIP, Morris…loved your accent and voice.

  5. Bruce Stevens says:

    Insightful man. Loved his true reporter views on everything he spoke on. Pioneer of the mobile scooter podcast.

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