Category Archives: Conspiracy theories

Extraordinary Interview with George Soros

George Soros [courtesy Google Images]

George Soros
[courtesy Google Images]

George Soros is an 86-year old Hungarian multi-billionaire.  Somewhat like the “Goldfinger” character in the A.D. 1964 James Bond movie, Soros is determined to destroy The United States of America.   Soros strikes me an an ugly and wicked old man.  I’ve wondered for years why some “lone gunman” hasn’t whacked him.

Here’s an extraordinary video of a Soros interview where we can see that he’s become so feeble, shaky and almost incoherent that he’s likely to die or become completely incapacitated even before crooked Hillary.  I can’t say I’m displeased.

In any case, Soros has apparently lost his capacity for discretion and therefore made some extraordinary admissions during his interview.

For example, he said:


•  “We have discovered the Achilles heel of western civilization.”


Why would Soros gloat over that discovery if he didn’t intend to destroy “western civilization”?  Of what use could an “Achilles Heel” be if not as a means to destroy an adversary?

What is the “western civilization” that Soros seeks to destroy?

At it’s foundation, “western civilization” is Christendom.  It’s a civilization, culture and system of values that’s fundamentally based on the Christian faith.  Soros is apparently at war with Christianity and the Christ.
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Napolitano: No One Died in Orlando until the SWAT Team Entered the Building

Pulse night club Mass Killing [courtesy Google Images]

Pulse night club Mass Killing
[courtesy Google Images]

According to Wikipedia, “On June 12, 2016, [the Orlando, Florida, Pulse night] club gained international attention as it was the scene of the deadliest mass shooting by a single gunman in US history, with 49 people killed and 53 injured.”

There were over 100 casualties. This implies that at least 100 bullets had been fired.  This implies that even if the gunman had 30-round ammunition clips for his semi-automatic rifle and he had one clip in the rifle when he arrived–he still had to change clips at least three more times during the massacre.

Why didn’t one or more of the Pulse crowd try to jump the “single gunman” when he changed clips?

Some people have speculated that one man couldn’t have caused over 100 casualties all by himself.  That speculation leads to the conclusion that the “lone gunman” must’ve had one or more accomplices who have, so far, remained unidentified.

Judge Andrew Napolitano was recently interviewed by Fox News and offered an implicit answer to how the “lone gunman” caused so many casualties:  He had help, alright, but it wasn’t from some accomplices–it was the government.

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Posted by on June 29, 2016 in 2nd Amendment, Conspiracy theories, Video, Violence


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“Little Green Men”?!

U.S. Army Chief of Staff, General Mark Milley [courtesy Google Images]

U.S. Army Chief of Staff, General Mark Milley
[courtesy Google Images]

According to Wikipedia, Norwich University is :a private, Military College of Vermont located in Northfield, Vermont (USA). “It is the oldest private military college in the United States. The university was founded in 1819 at Norwich, Vermont, as the American Literary, Scientific and Military Academy. It is the oldest of six senior military colleges, and is recognized by the United States Department of Defense as the ‘Birthplace of ROTC’ (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps).”

According to Wikipedia, four-star General Mark A. Milley has served as the 39th U.S. Army Chief of Staff since August, A.D. 2015.

“Milley attended the Belmont Hill School. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Princeton University, a Master of Arts degree in international relations from Columbia University, and another Master of Arts in national security and security studies from the U.S. Naval War College. He is also a graduate of the MIT Center for International Studies Seminar XXI National Security Studies Program.”

Clearly, General Milley is not simply a Rambo character.  His education and degrees indicate that he’s a very intelligent man.  As a “leader of men,” he should be adept at communications and, presumably, very sensitive to the the limits imposed by “political correctness”.

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Conspiracy Theory?

Here’s an 85-minute long video of “The Secret Government”–Bill Moyers’ A.D. 1987 “scathing critique of the criminal subterfuge carried out by the Executive Branch of the United States Government to carry out operations which are clearly contrary to the wishes and values of the American people.”

In today’s brave, new Internet Age, 85-minutes is a long video.  I don’t expect many people to start to watch it.  I expect even fewer to finish watching it.

Even so, I’m posting this video to remind people that the evidence of government’s institutionalized despotism isn’t some recent “conspiracy theory” hatched by a bunch of tinfoil-hat-wearing crackpots.  The evidence of that conspiracy has been substantial, available and accumulating for at least 30 years. Bill Moyer’s video is evidence that the conspiracy within government that we face today has been in motion for at least 30 years.

We’re not to be faulted for believing this conspiracy theory.  We’re to be faulted for not acting on that belief.

Incidentally, this video was produced by PBS (Public Broadcasting Service)–which was and is known to embrace a leftist political slant.  In A.D. 1987, the “left” sent some journalists (Bill Moyers et al) to investigate and report on growing government despotism.  Last week, the “left” sent some thugs to disrupt the Donald Trump rally in Chicago.  I don’t know that that proves anything, but the contrast seems striking.

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What’s Wrong With This Video?

Celestial Mechanics [courtesy Google Images]

Celestial Mechanics
[courtesy Google Images]

The following video asserts that:

  1. A retired military man who’s allegedly “in the know” has warned that
  2. A comet that’s 2.5 miles wide is going to
  3. Hit the Atlantic Ocean about 200 miles offshore from Brazil and Venezuela;
  4. Somewhere between September 15th and September 28th; and,
  5. Will cause massive tsunamis that will cause horrendous damage to much of South America, the Caribbean and the Gulf and East coasts of the United States.

That’s a bunch of crap because:

  1. At the Equator, the earth rotates at about 1,000 miles per hour. If the comet were to hit 90 minutes earlier, it would land in Africa; if it hit 15 minutes later, it would land in South America.  To know precisely where the comet is going to hit (in the Atlantic, 200 miles off Brazil), we must know precisely when the comet is going to hit.
  2. The earth is orbiting the sun at the speed of 66,600 miles per hour (1,110 miles per minute; 18.5 miles per second).
  3. Comets are known to travel at speeds ranging from 26 miles per second up to 298 miles per second.
  4. To predict that a particular, 2.5 mile wide comet will strike the earth somewhere between September 15th and September 28th is irrational because, during that 13 day period, the earth will have moved almost 6 million miles in its orbit around the sun.
  5. The earth’s diameter is about 7,917 miles.  If the earth is orbiting the sun at 66,600 miles per hours and the earth is only 7,917 miles in diameter, then it follows (if I’m doing my math right) that from the moment the “leading edge” of the earth reaches a particular point in its orbit, the “trailing edge” of the earth will cross that same point a little over 7 minutes later. That means that if there’s a 2.5 mile wide comet whose orbit intersects the earth’s orbit, there’s less than a ten minute window of opportunity in an entire year for that comet to hit the earth.
  6. The only way that any mortal man can calculate when a comet is going to strike anywhere on the earth (let alone 200 miles off Brazil) is to know exactly where the earth and comet will intersect within a matter of ten minutes or less out of an entire year.  The fact that the unnamed retired military man can’t predict even the date (let alone the particular hour) of the comet’s arrival is evidence that his warning is crapola.
  7. Celestial mechanics is a fairly precise science.  Anyone who tells you that a comet, asteroid or planet is definitely going to hit the earth within a period of several weeks or even several hours doesn’t really know what he’s talking about. If his calculations are off by just a few minutes, probably even seconds, there’ll be no impact.  Some bodies in our solar system move at such incredible speeds that, in just one minute, they can move over 100,000 miles.  The earth itself has probably traveled at least 4,000 miles since you started reading this article.

Here’s the video.  It’s 11 minutes long.  It’s not really necessary to watch it, but you can if you like.  It’s like scores of similar videos that predict and/or “confirm” that the earth will be hit by a meteor, comet or even unseen planet.  However, if those predictions can’t at least name date when the impact will take place, they’re just guessing, or telling “spook” stories, or perhaps even intentionally dispersing misinformation.



Posted by on September 12, 2015 in Conspiracy theories, End Times


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9/11 Airplanes: Skyjacked by Hackers?

James Corbett resides in Japan and is the author of the Corbett Report.  I interview him on radio almost every Wednesday night for about 40 minutes.  That interview is rebroadcast at about 4:23 PM (Eastern) on the Financial Survival radio show on American Voice Radio.

James is a brilliant man and author of the following video “How To Steal an Airplane”.  This video explores the possibility that the airplanes flown into the Twin Towers and Pentagon on September 11th, A.D. 2001 had been hijacked by computer hackers outside the planes, rather than Muslims within the planes armed with box cutters.  The video is well-done, insightful and persuasive.

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Posted by on September 9, 2015 in 911, Conspiracy theories, Technology, Video


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GcMAF (Gc Macrophage Activating Factor)

GcMAF [courtesy Google Images]

[courtesy Google Images]

A fascinating story is developing concerning a protein called “GcMAF”.  This protein is naturally produced in you body and is claimed to be critical to maintaining your natural immunities against hundreds, perhaps thousands, of diseases (including cancer, inflammation and even autism).

Atlhough GcMAF has been studied and even prescribed by doctors in other countries, the US pharmaceutical industry wants it banned from the US markets.  The Belgium-based Anticancer Fund warns that,


“GcMAF has not been properly studied in clinical trials and its laboratory results still need to be confirmed independently. So far, all claims on the efficacy of this product have no solid scientific basis. Its marketing is illegal; therefore there is no controlled guarantee on the quality of the product for human consumption sold over the internet.”

When it comes to the validity of any claims for medical or health care products, I’m reminded of an old definition for a “Canadian Gold Mine”:  “A hole the ground surrounded by liars.”

Americans are so obsessed with their health that there can be billions of dollars in profits associated with any new health care product.   One of the results of such enormous potential profits is that it’s always hard to perceive who’s the biggest liar–those who advocate a new health care product (to make new profits) or those who try to discredit it (and protect existing profits).

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Posted by on August 10, 2015 in Conspiracy theories, Health Care, Video


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