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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Typhoon » Wed Oct 29, 2014 3:03 pm

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Just read the posted excerpt . . . the site has a good sense of satire ;-)
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Re: France

Postby Heracleum Persicum » Thu Jan 08, 2015 3:50 pm

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True, leaving the ID card in the car a bit strange .. taking an ID card on such a mission strange.

If so, why flee, they would have stayed and waited 2B arrested

A bit fishy

France just voted to recognize Palestine (state) .. probably Mossad trying to stop that, sending a message to other European countries considering to recognize Palestine .. Most terrorist attacks on Jewish outside Israel is done by Mossad .. now pretty much proven that Argentine terrorist attack on Jewish centre was a Mossad operation wanting to blame our beloved Iran

My deep condolences to our French posters for this terrorist act who ever was responsible

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Re: France

Postby Heracleum Persicum » Thu Jan 08, 2015 7:03 pm

Alexis wrote:Azari, Endovelico, All,

First, thanks for your sympathy. :)

About this ID card then: no it's not naivete to believe in this version and it wasn't fishy.

Precise events is that the perpetrators flew in their car, then were stopped by policemen, a firefight ensued which they won but their car was ruined, after which they captured another car and flew in a different direction.

In such circumstances, it is not surprising that they would make a mistake, such as forgetting maybe a bag or a piece of cloth in their first car, where an ID document was placed.

And there's nothing surprising in taking an ID with them for such an attack. You have to remember that they first had to get to the magazine building, and during that time they could be controlled by random ID-check - such things happen. Had they not taken ID with them, a routine check would have led to the policemen controlling them thoroughly instead of just waving them goodbye... and then it would have been "what is this machine gun in your car, Monsieur?" Only complete amateurs would have failed to take an ID document and run the risk of failing their attack in such a stupid way.

Regarding the error of forgetting the document in their first car, it should be noted that they didn't expect to have to change cars, they were seconds after a firefight where their lives had been in danger, and knew that other policemen could arrive at the scene at every moment. Not surprising to make an error in such circumstance.

Especially since although these men have clearly received a military training and are very dangerous, they are no super-James Bond commando either. They first went to the wrong address for their attack, N°6 in the street while it was N°10. And after correcting their error, they entered the building only by chance, because they were able to threaten a person into giving them the entry code... which they had not, while honestly it is not that hard to arrange to get it in advance. Had they not had this stroke of luck, they would have been blocked in the street...

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Alex, a few things a bit suspicious, it reminds one on 9/11 conspiracy

These 3 terrorists were professionals, and professionals do not make these kind of rubbish mistakes

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The whole act took only a few minutes .. but .. was captured by "journalist on the roof overhead of scene" on video (not security cameras but journalist on roof watching the action) - BTW, seem, 2 of the French Policeman killed were Arabs

Not clear yet what's going on

No matter what, seems this not an individual terrorist act but a political terrorist act

Question is what "games" could in play .. answer should come from, who benefits and who loses

4sure, Millions of French "North Africans" would be the losers, 4sure too Turks in Germany and in Belgium and Holland and all Europe will be the losers, Pali too will be the losers, French and European public opinion will be agains them .. who are the winners, 4sure Zionist, also ultra right nationalist in all Europe

We should wait to have more information

and

Ron Paul is right .. Monster, as usual, is wrong

This not a Islam play, religion play .. same as Hitler genocide to European Ashkenazim was not a Judaism play

Smells very much Politic is main issue

Pls read Ron Paul and think about what he saying

two things here

Europe can not go into Libya, bomb and destroy and be astonished when there is a blowback .. same in Algeria .. same in many African countries .. same with giving arms to terrorist to overthrow secular Assad and now be astonished when those beasts turn back biting ones hand

Europe should retreat to the "north shore" of Mediterranean and leave those people alone, and, all non Europeans should go back to their homes .. the way it looks, they don't mix together .. in that sense, Ron Paul is right and Monster is wrong

We must wait for truth to come out in this terrible terrorist incident .. again my Condolences to French public

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Re: France

Postby Heracleum Persicum » Thu Jan 08, 2015 11:46 pm

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I think this a "political" terrorism incident

That means important "political" powers at play

Indication of this is that "factual, true" information is not yet announced, things still fluid

Many "plays" could be unfolding .. what Ron Paul arguing / France recognizing Palestine and some wanting to stop that / Libya / French forces fighting ISIS AND being stationed in Persian Golf / France (Hollande) wanting to warm up again to Russia (US against it) / maybe Oil play / anti Turkey angle as Turkey now distancing from Europe turning east and to Russia , etc

What is going on we the public will know much later

In that sense all reasonable post should be debated and not categorized as "conspiracy" as we must first have the facts and later we might decide conspiracy or not .. everything is possible

Endo's posts should stay here

Indisputable fact is there is a "message" in this terrorist act, authorities now working on what the message is

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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Typhoon » Sun Jan 18, 2015 5:57 pm

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Thu, 01/15/2015 - 14:35

First, there isn't much going on around here [Zero Hedge] any more save for Putiporn, Death Glee, and conspiracy, so what I write, or what anyone else writes, is for entertainment purposes only. One is well advised to not take it too seriously.

Second, I'm trying to come up with a good analogy for what TPTB really are vs. what is attributed to them around here. The best I can come up with is you are heading uptown from Wall Street and you want to turn left at 34th, but end up turning left at 125th and Lennox.

For reasons known only to those who are the vocal majority here, anyone who doesn't turn off at 125th is somehow a paid troll psy-oping Statist Quisling. My argument has always been that everything is right out front on 34th, so it's best to save gas and stop there. What you see---in terms of TPTB---is what you get, and there is plenty to fix in the visible spectrum without drifting into the fantasy world.

TPTB are human. Very human. They are self-serving to be sure, but they eff up. People here give the elite far too much credit for being competent, when daily events give plenty of examples that scream incompetence. People here also assume somebody---either the visible leaders or some nefarious behind-the-scenes power---has a plan.

There is no plan. If the elite was as clever as folks give them credit for, and if existence had so few variables that events could be controlled, then maybe somebody could make a plan. Reality is not so kind, however. They are 7.1 billion people above ground. There are about 210 sovereign nations. There are at least five main faiths, plus the agnostic/atheist element. The planet has a changing and unstable climate, and it has a finite amount of resources.

All of those things get mixed together in ways no human---whether lizard-skinned, 33rd Degree Freemason, "R" Family, alphabet agency, Jooooo, Bilderberger, or with a "322" tattooed on his arm---can conduct for more than a second. There are too many people with equal power but different goals, so there is an ebb and flow between and among different parties, all of whom get additionally impacted by natural forces. I find the widely held (around here) belief that somebody is in charge and in control to be painfully naive, and that is made all the worse when people state with such conviction that they are "awake" and "aware".

Now I cannot disprove a negative, so there is no way to convince people that they are wrong. Apparently I am the arrogant one for stating my beliefs (based on direct personal experience), but those who are equally adamant about what they believe (based on internet research) are for some reason not considered arrogant.

I see a lot of beliefs espoused around here I know to be wrong. I see people lambasting the MSM even when I know, from direct experience of certain events or with certain people, that the MSM is much closer to reality than bloggers writing from an office in their house who were not at an event and know no one else who was. If an explanation is banal or uninteresting, nobody wants to accept it. If it is nasty and nefarious and wildly convoluted, people drink it in as if it is the gospel itself. And when I see some internet "authority" write inaccurately about an event or person I know firsthand, then I cannot help but think that everything that authority writes is equally wrong.

I do like your Kubrick quote*, and I happen to be in agreement with it. . . .

TPTB do a lot of things which a democratic society should stop. Little, however, is hidden. Everybody knows K Street, everybody witnessed a 3-page memo morphing into TARP, and everybody knows that the average retired 4-star ends up at one of the defense contractors. At the same time, almost all "flags" are real. al Qaeda and ISIS are real. Radical Islam---and by that I mean something driven by faith and not by bad US policy---is real. (I do not call those who are merely against bad policy, and who fight back, "radicals".) Crazy people do crazy things, as do radical Islamists (Sandy Hook, Boston, Paris). Anyone who takes exception to that statement can go tell the people of Paris, Boston, or Newtown about "stage actors" and how nobody really died. Good luck.

As I said in another post, nobody is going to change anyone's mind. People believe what makes them happy. Personally, I am not going to dismiss what I learned via my own experience---eyes and ears---simply because somebody publishes a blog on the internet in the hope of attracting eyeballs. And I guess I am a bit of a pedant in that when I see something silly, I chime in.

I'l end with this: if you think you know something because you read it on the internet, then leave open the possibility that you don't really know anything. The good news is the world isn't as bad as most think. The bad news is that much of what happens is random and out of everyone's control. You can't stop random and you can't make a deal with it.


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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby YMix » Sun Jan 18, 2015 6:19 pm

Typhoon wrote:
chindit13

All of those things get mixed together in ways no human---whether lizard-skinned, 33rd Degree Freemason, "R" Family, alphabet agency, Jooooo, Bilderberger, or with a "322" tattooed on his arm---can conduct for more than a second. There are too many people with equal power but different goals, so there is an ebb and flow between and among different parties, all of whom get additionally impacted by natural forces. I find the widely held (around here) belief that somebody is in charge and in control to be painfully naive, and that is made all the worse when people state with such conviction that they are "awake" and "aware".


The "R" Family thing is new to me. What does it mean?
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Typhoon » Mon Jan 19, 2015 9:08 am

YMix wrote:
Typhoon wrote:
chindit13

All of those things get mixed together in ways no human---whether lizard-skinned, 33rd Degree Freemason, "R" Family, alphabet agency, Jooooo, Bilderberger, or with a "322" tattooed on his arm---can conduct for more than a second. There are too many people with equal power but different goals, so there is an ebb and flow between and among different parties, all of whom get additionally impacted by natural forces. I find the widely held (around here) belief that somebody is in charge and in control to be painfully naive, and that is made all the worse when people state with such conviction that they are "awake" and "aware".


The "R" Family thing is new to me. What does it mean?


The Rockefeller family [and the Trilateral Commission].
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby YMix » Mon Jan 19, 2015 9:17 am

Ah, of course. Thanks.
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Simple Minded » Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:46 am

Typhoon wrote:
chindit13

Thu, 01/15/2015 - 14:35

....Now I cannot disprove a negative, so there is no way to convince people that they are wrong. Apparently I am the arrogant one for stating my beliefs (based on direct personal experience), but those who are equally adamant about what they believe (based on internet research) are for some reason not considered arrogant.

I see a lot of beliefs espoused around here I know to be wrong. I see people lambasting the MSM even when I know, from direct experience of certain events or with certain people, that the MSM is much closer to reality than bloggers writing from an office in their house who were not at an event and know no one else who was. If an explanation is banal or uninteresting, nobody wants to accept it. If it is nasty and nefarious and wildly convoluted, people drink it in as if it is the gospel itself. And when I see some internet "authority" write inaccurately about an event or person I know firsthand, then I cannot help but think that everything that authority writes is equally wrong.

I do like your Kubrick quote*, and I happen to be in agreement with it. . . .

TPTB do a lot of things which a democratic society should stop. Little, however, is hidden. Everybody knows K Street, everybody witnessed a 3-page memo morphing into TARP, and everybody knows that the average retired 4-star ends up at one of the defense contractors. At the same time, almost all "flags" are real. al Qaeda and ISIS are real. Radical Islam---and by that I mean something driven by faith and not by bad US policy---is real. (I do not call those who are merely against bad policy, and who fight back, "radicals".) Crazy people do crazy things, as do radical Islamists (Sandy Hook, Boston, Paris). Anyone who takes exception to that statement can go tell the people of Paris, Boston, or Newtown about "stage actors" and how nobody really died. Good luck.

As I said in another post, nobody is going to change anyone's mind. People believe what makes them happy. Personally, I am not going to dismiss what I learned via my own experience---eyes and ears---simply because somebody publishes a blog on the internet in the hope of attracting eyeballs. And I guess I am a bit of a pedant in that when I see something silly, I chime in.

I'l end with this: if you think you know something because you read it on the internet, then leave open the possibility that you don't really know anything. The good news is the world isn't as bad as most think. The bad news is that much of what happens is random and out of everyone's control. You can't stop random and you can't make a deal with it.


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Bravo again Chindit13!
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Re: Israel

Postby Heracleum Persicum » Tue Jan 27, 2015 11:07 pm

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Really absurd : Auschwitz Holocaust memorial ceremonies begin without Putin


The Poles and Ukrainians were the ultimate anti-semite, they were instrumental, main culprit, in Holocaust genocide

And

The Russians were the ones beating Hitler and freeing Auschwitz

Now

Poland and Ukraine at Auschwitz memorial, not inviting Russia


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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Typhoon » Thu Feb 05, 2015 12:24 am

Infowars | SUBLIMINAL SUPER BOWL ILLUMINATI SECRETS REVEALED

Pop singer has admitted to selling soul to Satan


As expected, Super Bowl XLIX’s half-time performance had its share of Illuminati symbolism.




This guy could save a lot of time by just listing the few things, if any, on the planet that which are not signs and symbols of the Illuminati.
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Simple Minded » Fri Feb 06, 2015 1:54 am

Finally a conspiracy that doe snot involve Zionists, Oligarchs, Bankers, Lefties, or Righties........

I think we all can agree that witches suck!

http://pulse.ng/gist/manipulation-35-yr ... 60360.html

I like the comment: He needs to change his name to Les Johnson.
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ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi is Mossad agent

Postby Parodite » Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:19 pm

Who knows... this HOAX itself might actually have been launched by the Mossad, making Israel's enemies even more paranoid than they already are. From Israel's perspective it does serve a purpose to make people believe all their failures are the result of Extreme Zionist Power. Especially when it is not true: you can mess up your enemy without much cost and deter them for free.

How this HOAX went viral:

The Snowden Hoax

How a Lie Traveled Around the World Before the Truth Could Get Its Boots On

In mid-July 2014, Time attempted an antiviral intervention against the first Internet hoax involving NSA leaker Edward Snowden. "Why Iran Believes the Militant Group ISIS Is an American Plot" read the headline above a lead that began, "Conspiracy theories are nothing new in the Middle East…." This particular rumor, said Time, had "assumed truthlike proportions through multiple reposts and links." It postulated a secret U.S., British and Israeli op—codenamed "Hornet's Nest"—hatching the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) to attract terrorists worldwide to so vex the region that Israel's enemies would be in Biblical disarray. Time traced the hoax to Iran's official Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), which Time accused of "concocting an obviously fictional fake Snowden interview to bolster the narrative." Six days later, IRNA reacted testily, complaining that Time (which it called "Times") had smeared IRNA's report as "fabricated" without once referring to its original source, The Intercept.

The problem is that journalist Glenn Greenwald's online startup The Intercept, which since its February 2014 launch has posted 295 pages of NSA documents leaked by Snowden and numerous articles based on those leaks, hasn't said a word about Israel's national intelligence arm, the Mossad, grooming ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as chief stinger for the Hornet's Nest. In the 30-day run-up to July 6, when the story first surfaced, The Intercept published just four articles, none of which mentioned Mossad or al-Baghdadi. "Hornet's Nest" occurs twice on The Intercept's website, in comments posted by reader Kelly on July 21 and July 29—weeks after the hoax began—both in the context of Hamas being ill-advised to stir the metaphorical Israeli hornet's nest causing the "entire swarm" to attack; her comment had nothing to do with a secret U.S., British and Israeli op involving ISIS. It's also significant that in rebuttal to Time, IRNA neglects to include a single hyperlink to The Intercept or any of "several other news outlets" that IRNA claims "also published The Intercept story." As we shall see, this omission of links to sources is de rigueur for articles spreading the hoax.

Ironically, among those failing to link crucial documents is Time itself, which somehow forgets to point us to what it calls IRNA's "scoop" that supposedly started the fuss. Instead we're linked to the Tehran Times, where Time says an English translation of IRNA's scoop "recently" appeared—only to be confronted with the Tehran Times home page, not any specific article. Using the site's search function, we get 50 hits on the keyword "Snowden," but none more recent than April 2014 and none translating IRNA's scoop. To conclude that IRNA "concocted an obviously fictional fake Snowden interview," a reader must rely on the opinion of Time's Middle East Bureau Chief, Aryn Baker. That leaves rigorous debunkers unfulfilled.
Regrettably, not knowing the date of IRNA's scoop, or being able to view its text online, complicates investigation. The earliest available evidence of the Snowden Hoax is a July 6 post in Arabic with a title that roughly translates as "Snowden: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the result of a three-nation intelligence cooperation."

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Re: ISIS leader Al-Baghdadi is Mossad agent

Postby Doc » Sat Feb 14, 2015 10:50 pm

Parodite wrote:Who knows... this HOAX itself might actually have been launched by the Mossad, making Israel's enemies even more paranoid than they already are. From Israel's perspective it does serve a purpose to make people believe all their failures are the result of Extreme Zionist Power. Especially when it is not true: you can mess up your enemy without much cost and deter them for free.


Or even more likely: Iran's leadership who have a dream to dominate the ME spread the rumor to give themselves more influence VS. the US in the ME.

How this HOAX went viral:

The Snowden Hoax

How a Lie Traveled Around the World Before the Truth Could Get Its Boots On

In mid-July 2014, Time attempted an antiviral intervention against the first Internet hoax involving NSA leaker Edward Snowden. "Why Iran Believes the Militant Group ISIS Is an American Plot" read the headline above a lead that began, "Conspiracy theories are nothing new in the Middle East…." This particular rumor, said Time, had "assumed truthlike proportions through multiple reposts and links." It postulated a secret U.S., British and Israeli op—codenamed "Hornet's Nest"—hatching the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) to attract terrorists worldwide to so vex the region that Israel's enemies would be in Biblical disarray. Time traced the hoax to Iran's official Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), which Time accused of "concocting an obviously fictional fake Snowden interview to bolster the narrative." Six days later, IRNA reacted testily, complaining that Time (which it called "Times") had smeared IRNA's report as "fabricated" without once referring to its original source, The Intercept.

The problem is that journalist Glenn Greenwald's online startup The Intercept, which since its February 2014 launch has posted 295 pages of NSA documents leaked by Snowden and numerous articles based on those leaks, hasn't said a word about Israel's national intelligence arm, the Mossad, grooming ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as chief stinger for the Hornet's Nest. In the 30-day run-up to July 6, when the story first surfaced, The Intercept published just four articles, none of which mentioned Mossad or al-Baghdadi. "Hornet's Nest" occurs twice on The Intercept's website, in comments posted by reader Kelly on July 21 and July 29—weeks after the hoax began—both in the context of Hamas being ill-advised to stir the metaphorical Israeli hornet's nest causing the "entire swarm" to attack; her comment had nothing to do with a secret U.S., British and Israeli op involving ISIS. It's also significant that in rebuttal to Time, IRNA neglects to include a single hyperlink to The Intercept or any of "several other news outlets" that IRNA claims "also published The Intercept story." As we shall see, this omission of links to sources is de rigueur for articles spreading the hoax.

Ironically, among those failing to link crucial documents is Time itself, which somehow forgets to point us to what it calls IRNA's "scoop" that supposedly started the fuss. Instead we're linked to the Tehran Times, where Time says an English translation of IRNA's scoop "recently" appeared—only to be confronted with the Tehran Times home page, not any specific article. Using the site's search function, we get 50 hits on the keyword "Snowden," but none more recent than April 2014 and none translating IRNA's scoop. To conclude that IRNA "concocted an obviously fictional fake Snowden interview," a reader must rely on the opinion of Time's Middle East Bureau Chief, Aryn Baker. That leaves rigorous debunkers unfulfilled.
Regrettably, not knowing the date of IRNA's scoop, or being able to view its text online, complicates investigation. The earliest available evidence of the Snowden Hoax is a July 6 post in Arabic with a title that roughly translates as "Snowden: Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the result of a three-nation intelligence cooperation."

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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Typhoon » Fri Mar 06, 2015 5:01 pm

russwinter:

What people don't understand is that there is a tightly controlled powerful private intelligence network or Cabal Crime Syndicate (Soros, et al) that sometimes goes rogue from main branches of the CIA or MI6. I see the Mossad as largely rogue. Israel (and certain US locales) provides a state for high level, extremely wealthy criminals and predators to reside and get state protection.

Within the CIA there is a shadow group, sometimes known as Operation 40 that also carries out these murders and plots out in a rogue manner. Sometimes, and in fact more frequently of late this mercenary group is under the command of the Cabal crime syndicate.

The hoaxes such as Boston Bombing, Sandy Hook, Isla Vista, and ISIS beheadings are mostly done by the private Cabal crime syndicate, working with a tight insider clan of Operation 40, Mossad and MI6 operatives. These often involve charity and insurance fraud. Larry "Pull it" Silverstein's WTC 7 fame was a classic example. They are also heavily involved in global drug trafficking, arms dealing, the security "biz", financial market fraud-manipulation and modern day human slavery.

Arm dealing and the security biz are promoted by creating chaos. What better way to keep the chaos kettle burning than to murder Boris Nemtsov. Separate from that the Ukraine is being systematically looted by the Cabal. I find the comment above by "Sam I Am" to be more than just interesting. Also notice how quickly someone showed up to call this particular comment "anti-semitic". You see this all the time whenever someone has the scent.

The UK and US media are under this crime syndicate's control and is used for cover ups and truth suppression. The term New World Order is really a misdirection away from this powerful Crime Syndicate.


chindit13:

Fella, I know you are trying hard to eke out a living as a blogger, but frankly, you’re never going to make it unless you take your mental affliction and exploit it for everything it’s worth. See, this drivel you wrote here, which I assume figures prominently in your blog, just isn’t imaginative. It’s boring. Tedious. Don’t take it personally, but it’s banal. You’ll starve if this is the best you can do.

If you’re going to try to fund your undoubtedly modest lifestyle by tapping into your madness, go big or go work at Walmart. BE the madness, Russ!

Just off the top I can see you’ve made two common mistakes. If you are going to reach up your ass and pull stuff out, you have to learn to think outside the butt even if you don’t data mine outside it. Those names you toss out, well, they’re already included in just about every prayer and every chant your fellow moonbats utter. Larry Silverstein? Geez, he’s so passe, so yesterday. He’s the Betamax of Bilderbergers, Russ. It’ll be at least ten more years before he’s even retro. Using names like his, you’re at best just a fellow member of the Congregation of the Eternally Forlorn; you’ll never make deacon or anything above unless you expand the fictional narrative. You must be brave. Be daring.

Your second mistake is that you are just too prosaic in your construction of organizational names. “Operation 40”? Come on! You think that is going to scare your peers? It sounds more like a laxative than an evil cabal. I hate to tell you how to run your delusion, but what about something like “Black Team 666”? Maybe “The 322 Brigade”? Neither of those is copyrighted, so feel free to work them in if you think they’ll tickle someone’s fantasy.

I’m going to go out on a limb here and assume you idolize some of the folks who’ve gone before you, like Alex Jones or David Icke. Think about how they’ve gone full whackjob and come up with the most outrageous claims in order to gain a following. Jones is the man who coined “babies roasted in gold leaf” (supposedly an evening repast at Bilderberg and Bohemian Grove), and Icke is the originator of “The Lizard People”. That’s Top Shelf moonbatology. Is it any wonder Jones has made millions and Icke does much better than he ever did playing soccer and taking all those balls to the head?

Just know where to draw the line. Don’t go all Benjamin Fulford. Stop short of claiming some nefarious Chinese family found a secret vein of gold in the Chinese wilderness larger than the state of Rhode Island. Don’t claim said same family has multi quadrillion dollar accounts at HSBC, as even a junior CPA could calculate the vig that would throw off to HSBC’s Income Statement, not to mention the 13-figure bonus it would bring the lucky relationship manager.

The trick is “know your audience”. Sure, with those as deeply afflicted as yourself you’ll be able to pass stuff like Fulford does, but the potential gain is limited because most of those folks are shut-ins and have turned over POA regarding their assets. Tone it down just a little and you can vacuum up the woefully naïve and the proverbial Mom’s Basement dwellers, like those here at ZH. This is the crowd that is just addled enough to be able to say things like “Sandy Hoax” and “Pull it” and actually be serious. While few of them have any dosh of note, most are still in charge of their personal finances, which opens up your blog to the “Russian Brides for Sale” ads, plus the ubiquitous guns and ammo or online PM sites that are the bread and butter of websites like ZH.

You see where I’m going, Russ? It’s like your doctor no doubt tells you when he refills your TCA and SSRI prescriptions: a little medicine is good, but too much is too much.
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby YMix » Fri Mar 06, 2015 5:49 pm

Excellent reply! :lol:
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Nonc Hilaire » Fri Mar 06, 2015 8:21 pm

Most conspiracy theory points back to factual information being withheld from the public or the dissemination of mis/disinformation.

Full and complete disclosure coupled with unhampered journalism would almost completely eliminate conspiracy theory.
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Typhoon » Sat Mar 07, 2015 1:07 am

Nonc Hilaire wrote:Most conspiracy theory points back to factual information being withheld from the public or the dissemination of mis/disinformation.

Full and complete disclosure coupled with unhampered journalism would almost completely eliminate conspiracy theory.


It's far from clear to me that that would indeed be the case.
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Re: The U.K.

Postby Endovelico » Tue Mar 24, 2015 12:45 pm

TV licence evader refused to pay because the 'BBC covered up facts about 9/11 and claimed tower fell 20 minutes before it did'
By Mark Duell - Published: 18:49 GMT, 25 February 2013

A 49-year-old man refused to pay his TV licence because he believed the BBC covered up facts about the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

Tony Rooke, who represented himself today at Horsham Magistrates’ Court in West Sussex, said he did not want to give money to an organisation 'funding the practice of terrorism'.

Rooke, who admitted owning a TV and watching it without a licence, was found guilty of using an unlicensed set, given a six-month conditional discharge and told to pay £200 costs.

He was visited in May 2012 by an inspector after withdrawing his licence in March, but said he was withholding the funds under the Terrorism Act.

Section 15 of the 2000 Act states that it is an offence for someone to invite another to provide money, intending that it should be used, or having reasonable cause to suspect that it may be used, for terrorism purposes.

'I am withholding all funds from the BBC, the Government and subsidiaries under Section 15 of the Terrorism Act,’ he told the inspector.

He added that he had already lodged a complaint with the BBC.

Rooke told the court: 'I believe the BBC, who are directly funded by the licence fee, are furthering the purposes of terrorism and I have incontrovertible evidence to this effect. I do not use this word lightly given where I am.'

He was not allowed to show his pre-prepared video evidence in court because the District Judge said it was not relevant to the trial.

But the major point Rooke said he relied upon was that the BBC allegedly reported that World Trade Centre 7 had fallen 20 minutes before it did.

He also made reference to a theory about the way the skyscraper was said to have fallen in on itself, which some people believe showed signs of a controlled demolition.

Mr Rooke said: 'The BBC reported it 20 minutes before it fell. They knew about it beforehand. Last time I was here I asked you (the judge): “Were you aware of World Trade Centre 7”?

‘You said you had heard of it. Ten years later you should have more than heard of it. It's the BBC's job to inform the public. Especially of miracles of science and when laws of physics become suspended.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2284337/TV-licence-evader-refused-pay-BBC-covered-facts-9-11.html

See also this: http://www.globalresearch.ca/bbc-forekn ... up/5438161


Was any of you aware of this case? Had any of you heard about the BBC reporting the collapse of WTC7 twenty minutes before it actually happened? Any comments?...
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Re: The U.K.

Postby Simple Minded » Wed Mar 25, 2015 12:37 pm

Endovelico wrote:
Was any of you aware of this case? Had any of you heard about the BBC reporting the collapse of WTC7 twenty minutes before it actually happened? Any comments?...


Yep! I knew!

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Re: The U.K.

Postby YMix » Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:52 pm

Endovelico wrote:Had any of you heard about the BBC reporting the collapse of WTC7 twenty minutes before it actually happened? Any comments?...


I remember this from some years back. Could've been a misunderstanding.
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Re: The U.K.

Postby Typhoon » Wed Mar 25, 2015 3:41 pm

YMix wrote:
Endovelico wrote:Had any of you heard about the BBC reporting the collapse of WTC7 twenty minutes before it actually happened? Any comments?...


I remember this from some years back. Could've been a misunderstanding.


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Re: The U.K.

Postby Endovelico » Wed Mar 25, 2015 4:45 pm

Endovelico wrote:
TV licence evader refused to pay because the 'BBC covered up facts about 9/11 and claimed tower fell 20 minutes before it did'


Our irrational mod is entitled to think that this is a typical case of 'Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes', but I had placed it on the UK thread because it had to do with the BBC. I would very much appreciate if the said mod kept his fingers away from my posts and left them where I place them. BBC reporting the collapse of a building 20 minutes before it occurs is not a "conspiracy", is a miracle which the BBC has never been able to explain. Is respect for other people something beyond the understanding of our mod?... Is it a cultural thing or simply a matter of individual lack of manners?...
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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Heracleum Persicum » Wed Mar 25, 2015 5:00 pm

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9/11 was done by US government with knowledge and cooperation of European countries and Zionist .. all sign attest to that fact, no doubt whatsoever

A lot of these things happen

That Diana thing too was British killin her for givin BJ to that Arab :lol: .. she was pregnant with his child .. French cooperated .. all national intelligence services knew, but who cares, thinking probably she deserved it.

The media, as they can spin things in any direction, they in bed with "THEM". Media just an instrument to fool Joe, manufacture consent by manufacturing (fake) facts .. has been that way last 5000 yrs .. just different tools and methods to fool Joe according to time .. Those cardinals and Popes rode the donkey for 2000 yrs, now, Cardinals have no traction, CNN & BBC doing the heavy lifting :lol:

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Re: Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes

Postby Typhoon » Wed Mar 25, 2015 7:43 pm

And that's why we need a "Conspiracy Theories and other Looney Tunes" thread.
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