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  • Don't Fear the Reaper on Conspiracy Cafe...
    by George Freund on February 20, 2014 at 10:26 PM
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    This was a further show recovered from a disc recorded October 15, 2009. Who gets down to the nitty gritty like Tim and I?

    Blue Oyster Cult - (Don't Fear) The Reaper 1976 [Studio Version]

    The case of the disappearing backpack. Was a missing Toronto teen swept up in the latest false flag terror op? The Copenhagen environmental conference is on the horizon, the rhetoric is hot, Gore turns off the debate, Obama sets up the gays for the maelstrom of war, Al Qaeda prisoners released for Canadian diplomat while government holds lame ducks, Ontario steals you one billion and raises you three billion in new taxes, Pakistani police warned army of the terror, the Surgeon General was killed, good cops die without compensation, bad cops get safe vaccine, mining exec dies in plane crash, the Electronic Commerce Protection Act seizes cyberspace with police state powers. Don't fear the reaper, listen to Conspiracy Cafe

  • Discovering Romania-Wild Carpathia (Moun...
    by George Freund on February 20, 2014 at 1:50 PM
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    Wild Carpathia is a unique trilogy of films about the priceless majesty of the forests and mountains of Romania. Charlie Ottley takes a tour of this extraordinary region and uncovers a world of medieval villages, ancient monasteries, historic traditions and mesmerising beauty. From Transylvania's stunning national parks to the Danube Delta, we get a unique insight into a landscape that has endured unchanged for thousands of years and still home to wolves, lynx and the largest concentration of brown bears in Europe. Meeting a glittering array of characters from local shepherds, environmentalists, artisans and musicians to rock stars and royalty, Charlie learns how they are all dedicated to preserving what has become Europe's last true wilderness. Wild Carpathia has, with the help of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, and other key supporters, become an international phenomenon.


    Charlie Ottley ventures deep into the breath-taking but little known mountains and forests of Carpathia. Home to bears, wolves and the elusive lynx, this is perhaps the last great wilderness in Europe, seen as never before. Charlie provides a unique insight into the scenic beauty and rich culture of the region, exploring its chequered history from the mystical ruins of the ancient Dacian civilisations to its medieval communities, the heritage of which survives intact to this day. In his quest to find remote villages, cross mountains and spot bears in the wild, Charlie meets a range of colourful characters including shepherds, artists, eco-warriors, craftsmen, trackers, even a Count. Wild Carpathia captures the fragile majesty of a unique eco-system and show why it deserves to be preserved in all its glory for the benefit of future generations.

  • Ukrainian protesters with guns caught on...
    by George Freund on February 20, 2014 at 10:46 AM
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    This man is holding an air rifle not a cartidge firing rifle as alleged.

    This is a powerful clip of the pitched battles between 'protesters' and the police. We have no idea if the individuals are really legitimate protesters of agents provocateur. However, the masses overwhelm the police on many occaissions and beat them ruthlessly. They have lost their fear, and the police have acquired theirs. That is a significant moment in the psychological component of the struggle. The other factor is the portrayal of 'guns' in the video. The long gun is an air rifle. Most are not classified as firearms in most countries because they are not at all powerful enough to cause death or bodily harm. The pistol looks like a pistol, but many replicas are very exact looking. It may be street theatre. 

    The protesters have adopted the same tactics as the police. They are resolute and have the strength of numbers. They gain the day. At this rate they will overwhelm the police. The government has two options cede to demands or bring in the army. It is possible the army is split on the matter as well and that could trigger greater conflict leading to civil war. Based on the stamina of the 'protesters,' I would suspect many of them are soldiers anyway.

  • American Blackout 2013 - National Geogra...
    by George Freund on February 19, 2014 at 4:19 PM
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    American Blackout imagines the story of a national power failure in the United States caused by a cyberattack ? told in real time, over 10 days, by those who kept filming on cameras and phones. You?ll learn what it means to be absolutely powerless. Gritty, visceral and totally immersive, see what it might take to survive from day one, and who would be left standing when the lights come back on.

  • CHECKMATE Waiting for Jocko
    by George Freund on February 19, 2014 at 4:08 PM
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    If you remember Lee Harvey Oswald's favourite TV show I Led Three Lives, This episode of Checkmate parallels the Mancurian assassin. My comments are repeated below.

    Checkmate is an American detective television series starring Anthony George, Sebastian Cabot, and Doug McClure. The show aired on CBS Television from 1960 to 1962 for a total of 70 episodes and was produced by Jack Benny's production company, "JaMco Productions" in co-operation with Revue Studios. Guest stars included Charles Laughton, Peter Lorre, and Lee Marvin, among many other commensurately prominent performers.


    The series chronicled the adventures of a private detective agency set in San Francisco. Created by Eric Ambler, the program involves the cases of the detective agency CHECKMATE INC. Anthony George and Doug McClure run the agency which specializes in preventing crimes before they happen from George's (Corey's) stylish apartment, supposedly at 3330 Union St. Sebastian Cabot portrays a PhD college professor whom they employ as an adviser. Dr. Hyatt's dachshund Bismarck also appears occasionally. Ken Lynch is frequently seen as police dept. contact Lt. Thomas Brand. The series ran for seventy episodes over two seasons, and was a critical favorite. Many exterior scenes were shot in San Francisco.

    Gold Key Comics published a short-lived (2 issues) comic book based on the series in 1962.

    Broadcast History

    The series aired on CBS on Saturday in the 8:30-9:30 PM timeslot from its début on September 17, 1960 until June 24, 1961. It was then reprogrammed to Wednesday in the same timeslot from October 4, 1961 to June 20, 1962.


    The series was also seen in Canada from 1961 on CTV during that network's initial season.

    While looking I stumbled on another early TV show called Checkmate Waiting for Jocko. It's a psychological thriller aired in 1961 highlighting two bullets one pristine and one not fired from the same gun. Hmmm? And Michael Jackson had the nickname Jocko perhaps as a sign he was under the influence of a man like Dr. Carl Hyatt played by Sebastian Cabot. Hmmm? These are interesting times. The plots are very, very deep. He states one was fired into a bullet trap and it is pristine. Notice how Jeffrey Hunter is holding a Colt M1911A1 pistol in .45 ACP caliber. There were allegations a .45 was fired from the front of the limosine. A spent .45 shell casing was found in the street. Hmmm? Another interesting fact is that Gene Roddenberry of Star Trek fame was a writer for I Led Three Lives. Star Trek was a masterstroke at predictive programming.

    We have re-established a link to I Led Three Lives if you haven't seen it.

    by George Freund on February 19, 2014 at 2:51 PM
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    There's no end to the Hollywood murders. The actors who portrayed Superman paid a serious price. What did they know? Why were they silenced? This was quite the mystery.


    Hollywoodland is a 2006 American biographical docudrama film directed by Allen Coulter in his feature directorial debut. The story presents a fictionalized account of the circumstances surrounding the death of actor George Reeves (played by Ben Affleck), the star of the 1950s television series Adventures of Superman.

    Adrien Brody co-stars as a fictional character, Louis Simo, a private detective investigating Toni Mannix (Diane Lane), who was involved in a long romantic relationship with Reeves and was the wife of MGM studio executive Eddie Mannix (Bob Hoskins). Reeves had ended the affair and had become engaged to a younger woman, aspiring actress Leonore Lemmon (Robin Tunney).


    In 1958, Louis Simo (Adrien Brody), a Los Angeles private investigator more interested in generating an income than in devotion to his clients, is spying on the wife of a man named Chester Sinclair to find if she is cheating. On a visit to his own ex-wife Laurie, Simo learns that his son is upset over the death of George Reeves, the actor who played Superman on television. Reeves was found dead inside his Beverly Hills home with a gunshot wound to the head, which police ruled a suicide.

    Simo learns from a former police colleague that the Reeves suicide has aspects that the cops don't want to touch. Sensing the potential for making a name for himself, Simo begins investigating and notes several apparent conflicts with the official version of Reeves's death. He also bickers with Laurie over his failures as a father, particularly now when his son seems so troubled.

    In a flashback to 1951, Reeves, a charming man whose acting career has stalled since appearing in Gone With the Wind, catches the eye of a beautiful woman and they end the night in each other's arms. In the morning, a newspaper photo reveals to Reeves that the woman is Toni Mannix, the wife of Eddie Mannix, the general manager of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

    Frightened that an affair with a studio boss's wife will destroy what's left of his career, Reeves is angry that Toni didn't tell him. She claims to have an open relationship with Mannix and tells him not to worry. The much wealthier Toni begins to buy Reeves expensive gifts such as a house, a car and jewelry.

    Reeves lands the starring role in the television series Adventures of Superman, based on the comic-book hero. The role makes Reeves famous and gives him a steady income, but he longs for more "serious" work and is uncomfortable with the public's stereotype of him as Superman, resulting in snickers when he is seen on screen in the war film From Here to Eternity.

    As the years pass, Reeves becomes bitter at being a kept man and at Toni for not using her clout to help his career. He burns his Superman costume to "celebrate" the program's cancellation in 1958. He also meets a young woman in New York, actress Leonore Lemmon, and leaves Toni for her. Toni is broken-hearted and furious, while Mannix seethes at her "mistreatment" by Reeves.

    Simo initially suspects that Leonore might have accidentally shot Reeves during an argument and imagines how the scenario might have played out. Simo goes home to be beaten by thugs, apparently working for Mannix, trying to scare him off the case. This and other evidence lead Simo to suspect that Mannix was the one who had Reeves murdered. Simo has a vision of how that killing would have occurred.

    His client's wife is dead, murdered by Sinclair, who grew tired of waiting for information from the detective. A guilt-plagued Simo gets drunk, then visits his son's school, where his inebriation scares the boy. Simo goes to see Reeves' manager, Arthur Weissman, who has a home movie that Reeves had shot in hopes of promoting some wrestling work. The film depicts a sadness in Reeves, a weariness and humiliation with where his life has led. Simo's final imagined variation on Reeves' death concludes with the actor shooting himself. This is the most vivid of the three scenarios, with Simo imagining himself in the upstairs bedroom, even making eye contact briefly with Reeves.

    Each of the scenes imagined by Simo begins with Reeves playing guitar and singing "Aquellos Ojos Verdes (Green Eyes)" in Spanish for his house guests. (Reeves was fluent in Spanish.) The lyrics of the popular song lament a love that can never be fulfilled. After each of the three imagined renditions, Reeves says goodnight to his guests, then retires to his bedroom upstairs, just before the gunshot.

    Reeves' quest for success and Simo's realization of parallels to his own existence cause the detective to re-evaluate his life. Simo watches another home movie, this one of himself and Laurie and their son in happier days. He goes to Laurie's house wearing a suit and tie, greeting his son hopefully.

  • Tales of the Gun Episode 1: Making of a ...
    by George Freund on February 19, 2014 at 2:40 PM
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    Tales of the Gun is a television series broadcast on the History Channel featuring the history of firearms that ran for one season in 1998. The usual episode includes interviews of historians and people who used the featured weapon, shows how the weapons were made, and shows the featured weapon being fired on a shooting range. The series narrator for the US version is Thom Pinto, veteran voice actor.

    EPISODE 1: Making of a Gun

    Go inside the Beretta factory for an up-close look at how guns are made.

    It is forged from the most basic materials, yet it can last hundreds of years. It has few moving parts, but its design requires complex engineering. And its manufacturing process is among the most refined in the world. In the centuries since the gun was invented, hundreds of innovators, engineers and inventors have brought their vision to its manufacture. As a result, this simple tool has become among the most perfectly produced items made.

    THE MAKING OF A GUN chronicles the long history of firearm design and construction from the first, primitive weapons to today's computer-controlled, high-tech factories.

    Hear from people like Tom Valdrose, production manager of Beretta USA, and Roberto Rodriguez, executive director of the American Precision Museum. See rare examples of groundbreaking weapons, and get a behind-the-scenes look at how today's guns are made. From forge to finished, this is a comprehensive look at how guns are made.

    by George Freund on February 18, 2014 at 9:26 AM
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    CRAFT INTERNATIONAL TRAINING VANCOUVER AND SEATTLE POLICE SNIPERS AT BC PLACE. Walter Reed and Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences to do live shooter exercise. U.S. Army builds fake U.S. city to drill for military occupation of the HOMELAND! Bloomberg's gun control initiative outed. Gun control activist busted at school packing heat. Firearms data used for rough treatment. Vigilantes accused of trafficking. New York broker goes missing in drug war. The greatest book ever written on legal precepts was in Latin. Pakistan arrests and tortures drone reporter. DARPA's brain chip a remote control for your mind. Cyber attack timely to Bill passing. Snowden accomplices punished. TSA scanners hackable. Ukraine protests orchestrated. Afghanistan releases prisoners. Syrian fighters return to England. CFR welcomes terrorists. Freedom of Information Request gets Bin Laden photos destroyed. Piers Morgan questioned by police. RAF grounds transport plane after DROP! Fire nears British National Archives. Israel goes Star Wars. Scotland denied pound. Religious book banned. Convicted Congressman Chelsea Clinton's father in law. On Conspiracy Cafe it's THE KING OF HELL PART 2.

    by George Freund on February 17, 2014 at 8:07 PM
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    Democracy Now a Soros front organization. Julian Assange an MK Ultra production. The Wikileaks honeypot. Coast to Coast AM fires top show host. Thames flooding worsens. World Weather War I. U.S. weather out of the ordinary. The Jet Stream under control of HAARP. Top global warming scientist says NO! The storm 'conveyor belt.' The Dredge Report. The Queen was not amused. Strange radar anomaly off Australian coast. Obama's in house solution to Kyoto Protocol. EU wants to remove bankrupt from the dictionary. Will the U.S. dollar split? Stock Market parallels 1929. Europe considers asset confiscation. Gold Markets manipulated. Bitcoin a Trojan Horse? Barclay's Bank still in the soup. Cape Race, Newfoundland Canada's HAARP? The King of Hell on Conspiracy Cafe.

  • Ancient Egyptian Glass From Outer Space ...
    by George Freund on February 17, 2014 at 7:13 PM
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    Horizon follows a team of scientists set out to solve the mystery of chunks of ancient glass scattered in a remote part of the Sahara Desert. Their quest takes them on a perilous journey into the Great Sand Sea, the wastes of Siberia and the test site of the worlds first atomic bomb in New Mexico. What their search uncovers is a devastating new natural phenomenon.

    In 1996 in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Italian mineralogist Vincenzo de Michele spotted an unusual yellow-green gem in the middle of one of Tutankhamuns necklaces.

    The jewel was tested and found to be glass, but intriguingly it is older than the earliest Egyptian civilisation.

    Working with Egyptian geologist Aly Barakat, they traced its origins to unexplained chunks of glass found scattered in the sand in a remote region of the Sahara Desert.

    But the glass is itself a scientific enigma. How did it get to be there and who or what made it?

    The BBC Horizon programme has reported an extraordinary new theory linking Tutankhamuns gem with a meteor.

  • Canada A People's History Episode 7 Refo...
    by George Freund on February 17, 2014 at 11:31 AM
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    We think of regime change as a relatively modern concept. It is not. It is as old as the hills. The rebels against the crown fled south under pressure to the United States whose objective was manifest destiny. They couldn't acquire the colonies in the War of 1812. They were most likely trying to get control of them from within. Today the attempt is made by stealth through treaties like NAFTA. Nothing has ever really changed in the matter except the style of the ruse. Enjoy. This was a good one.

    Canada: A People's History is a 17-episode, 32-hour documentary television series on the history of Canada. It first aired on CBC Television from October 2000 to November 2001.[1] The production was an unusually large project for the national network, especially during budget cutbacks. The unexpected success of the series actually led to increased government funding for the CBC. It was also an unusual collaboration with the French arm of the network, which traditionally had autonomous production. The full run of the episodes was produced in English and French. The series title in French was Le Canada: Une histoire populaire. In 2004, OMNI.1 and OMNI.2 began airing multicultural versions, in Chinese, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, and Russian.

    The producers intended to make this a dramatic history of the Canadian people; as much as possible, the story was told through the words of the people involved, from great leaders and explorers to everyday people of the land at the time. The documentary makes effective use of visuals, transitions, and dramatic music from or evocative of the eras being covered. In the first season, actors representing historical figures spoke their words, while later seasons used voiceovers over photographic images and film or, when available, original recordings of the subject.

    Rebellion and Reform 1815–1850

    Advocates of democracy clash with colonial governors

    Bloody rebellions are squashed

    The goal of self-government is realized

    Robert Baldwin

    Joseph Howe

    William Lyon Mackenzie

    Louis-Joseph Papineau

  • Beware Globalization the Trojan Horse on...
    by George Freund on February 16, 2014 at 9:16 AM
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    Another rescue mission from our disc the October 8, 2009 show with Timothy Spearman. What a lot of material we covered. How we forget pressing issues like the loss of $1 Billion from Ontario's E Health debacle. How the government covered up for pedophiles and torturers. Hmm? Enjoy this blast from the past.

    Former Japanese Finance Minister found dead, did he warn the world about the G7 at the Rome meeting by setting off the alarm at the Vatican museum touching the statue of Laocoon the original sentinel of the Trojan ploy, Japanese PM deploys a gold tie at the G20 heralding the shift to gold, the Cafe sets the way to safeguard your wealth with Bullion Mart, the Video Music Awards invoke a prayer to the dark Lord Satan, body bags delivered to Toronto area hospitals, the moon is shot, Canwest Global falls, Robert Redford's The Castle trains you to overthrow the Dark Lord from inside the gates. Conspiracy Cafe is the source to see within the Trojan Horse.

    Was Shoichi Nakagawa warning the world about globalization a trojan horse? Was he a modern day Laocoön put to death for his efforts? 

    Death of Laocoön from the Vatican Vergil.

    The most detailed description of Laocoön's grisly fate was provided by Quintus Smyrnaeus in Posthomerica, a later, literary version of events following the Iliad. According to Quintus, Laocoön begged the Trojans to set fire to the horse to ensure it was not a trick. Athena, angry with him and the Trojans, shook the ground around Laocoön's feet and painfully blinded him. The Trojans, watching this unfold, assumed Laocoön was punished for the Trojans' mutilating and doubting Sinon, the undercover Greek soldier sent to convince the Trojans to let him and the horse inside their city walls. Thus, the Trojans wheeled the great wooden Horse in. Laocoön did not give up trying to convince the Trojans to burn the horse, and Athena makes him pay even further. She sends two giant sea serpents to strangle and kill him and his two sons.[7] In another version of the story, it was said that Poseidon sent the sea serpents to strangle and kill Laocoön and his two sons.

    The death of Laocoön was famously depicted in a much-admired marble Laocoön and his Sons, attributed by Pliny the Elder to the Rhodian sculptors Agesander, Athenodoros, and Polydorus, which stands in the Vatican Museums, Rome. Copies have been executed by various artists, notably Baccio Bandinelli. These show the complete sculpture (with conjectural reconstructions of the missing pieces) and can be seen in Rhodes, at the Palace of the Grand Master of the Knights of Rhodes, Rome, the Uffizi Gallery in Florence and in front of the Archaeological Museum, Odessa, Ukraine, amongst others.

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