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  • The EMPRESS OF IRELAND: My Immortal
    by George Freund on May 29, 2014 at 8:12 AM
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    Today is the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Empress of Ireland. We bid a prayer to those lost in this tragic mishap. We applaud those who rescued survivors and those who cared for the injured and dead. Where the Titanic has garnered the attention of history, you are not forgotten here.

    RMS Empress of Ireland was an ocean liner that sank in the Saint Lawrence River following a collision with the Norwegian collier SS Storstad in the early hours of 29 May 1914. Of the 1,477 persons on board the ship, 1,012 (840 passengers, 172 crew) died. The number of those who were killed is the largest of any Canadian maritime accident in peacetime.

    Captain Henry Kendall, the last captain of the RMS Empress of Ireland.

    In the early hours of the next morning on 29 May 1914, the ship had reached Pointe-au-Père, Quebec (or Father Point) near the town of Rimouski where the pilot was disembarked. Shortly after resuming her journey, and on a normal outward bound course of about N76E, she sighted the masthead lights of a steamer, which proved to be the Norwegian collier Storstad, on her starboard bow at several miles distant. Likewise, Storstad abreast of Métis Point (Métis-sur-Mer) and on a course W. by S., sighted Empress' masthead lights. At the time of these first sightings the weather conditions were clear, but very soon the ships were shrouded in the notoriously dangerous fog. Shortly afterwards, at about 02:00 local time, and despite the fog whistles of both ships being repeatedly blown, Storstad crashed into Empress' side.

    SS Storstad

    Storstad did not sink, but Empress – with severe damage to her starboard side – listed rapidly, taking on water. Most of the passengers and crew in the lower decks drowned quickly when water poured into her from the open portholes, some of which were only a few feet above the water line. However, many passengers and crew in the upper deck cabins, awakened by the collision, made it out onto the boat deck and into some of the lifeboats which were being loaded immediately. Within a few minutes of the collision, the ship listed so far on her starboard side that it became impossible to launch lifeboats (beyond the three already launched. Ten or eleven minutes after the collision, she lurched violently on her starboard side, allowing as many as 700 passengers and crew to crawl out portholes and decks onto her side. For a minute or two, she lay on her side, while it seemed to the passengers and crew that the ship had run aground. But a few minutes later, about 14 minutes after the collision, her stern rose briefly out of the water, and her hull sank out of sight, throwing the hundreds of people still on her port side into the near-freezing water. The disaster resulted in the deaths of 1,012 people. As reported in the newspapers at the time, there was much confusion as to the cause of the collision with both parties claiming the other was at fault. If the testimony of both captains were to be believed, the collision happened as both vessels were stationary with their engines stopped. As noted at the subsequent inquiry, the witnesses from the Storstad said they were approaching so as to pass red to red (port to port) while those from the Empress said they were approaching so as to pass green to green (starboard to starboard), but "the stories are irreconcilable".

    Cross in Rimouski overlooking the site.

    Empress of Ireland Museum and Rimouski lighthouse.

    by George Freund on May 28, 2014 at 8:24 AM
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    The New World Order has hit the command prompt for a major psyops. The Hunger Games have gone live with a California killing spree. Many of the Sandy Hook flaws have been corrected. Our method actor goes live with tears, blood is photographed on the floor, bullet holes take center stage, surveillance video is available; but wait, they still made a mistake. The photo of entry into the store looks faked. Of course it should be. Elliot Rodger's grandfather was a renowned photographer. He was a charter member of Frank Capa's Magnum Photography. They faked the world's greatest war photograph. Peter Rodger is a movie industry illusion master. Do you hunger Elliot? Do you crave women? You just take to gladiatorial combat to get them. Afterall it's just a game. Elliot's psychiatrist a TV persona. What was the root cause? How about divorce. Police drop ball. Mother screaming for help. Was it all a hoax, or is it just being used to further the gun control agenda? Ukraine elects billionaire candy man. Can the Cany Man can? More fighting in Ukraine. Airport recaptured. Was it friendly fire? Chuck offends Russians. Putin calls the Nazi out. Harper appoint Chuck to Privy Council. China talks defence with Russia. China designs high speed train proposes line to mainland USA. Mary Anning Google Doodle. Pope visits Holy Land. Pope and Chuck implicated in Satanic child sacrifice. Thai coup. Tech sales decline over spying. US sold nukes. US losing cyberwar. Harper enshrines the right to bite. Waterways open for exploitation. Bush family goes after world's water. GMO terrorism in Russia. North Dakota oil boom. Japan dumps radioactive waste in Pacific daily. Radiation eating bacteria under-reported. Baking Soda cure all. UFO crash China. Nullification bills pass. Empress of Ireland 100 years. On Conspiracy Cafe it's GERONIMO!

    RMS Empress of Ireland

    Final moments: This is the last picture of massacre victim Chris Michael-Martinez, taken on security camera, just a split second before he was gunned down by Elliot Rodger

    Notice all the debris on the floor and a chair. I don't know any stores that would pile a litany of safety hazards at a point of egress in the modern tort world. The glass is clear. In my hood all the stores have advertising in the window. Milk is so much. Bread is on sale and the infamous lotto tickets. Maybe there's a law against it in sunny Caifornia.

    Gun laws in California regulate the sale, possession, and use of firearms and ammunition in the state of California in the United States.

    The gun laws of California are some of the most restrictive in the United States. A Handgun Safety Certificate, obtained by passing a written test, is required for handgun purchases, although there are exemptions to this requirement. (This requirement was extended to long guns on January 1st, 2014.) Handguns sold by dealers must be "California legal" by being listed on the state's roster of handguns certified for sale. Private sales of firearms must be done through a licensed dealer. All firearm sales are recorded by the state, and have a ten-day waiting period.

    §26500, §12071, §12082

    The buyer of a firearm must fill out an application to purchase a particular gun. The firearms dealer sends the application to the California Department of Justice (DOJ), which performs a background check on the buyer. The approved application is valid for 10 days. There is a 10 day waiting period for the delivery of any firearm.

    Dr. Charles Sophy Elliot's psychiatrist

    by George Freund on May 27, 2014 at 7:57 PM
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    Akiane Kramarik (born July 9, 1994) is an American poet and artist.


    Akiane Kramarik was born July 9, 1994, in Mount Morris, Illinois to a Lithuanian mother and an American father. She is homeschooled.

    She is primarily a self-taught painter. She states that God spoke to her when she was three years old, encouraging her to paint and draw her visions. Her parents were atheists at the time (they later converted to Christianity on account of Kramarik's paintings and visions). Kramarik started drawing at the age of four, advancing to painting at six, and writing poetry at seven. Her first completed self-portrait sold for US$10,000 A portion of the money generated from sales is donated by Kramarik to charities. According to Kramarik, her art is inspired by her visions of heaven, and her personal connection with God. Kramarik's art depicts life, landscape, and people.

    At the age of 10, she appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and at the age of 12, on CNN.

    To date, she has completed over 200 published art works, 800 literary creations and published two best selling books.

  • Great Railway Journeys - The High Andes ...
    by George Freund on May 27, 2014 at 11:08 AM
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    Great Railway Journeys was a recurring series of travel documentaries produced. In each episode a presenter, typically a figure from the arts or media, would make a train journey, usually through a country or to a destination with which they had a personal connection. "The High Andes to Patagonia" originally aired on September 25, 1996. See my other video - Greatest Little Railways - which had more serious aesthetic, production, and commentary attributes than this one. "Patagonia" is a light fun travel show by comparison, but both videos are meaningful and entertaining in their own way.

    Don't miss this one. This is a great geographic lesson on places you never knew existed. It is a time machine to the economic collapse in Argentina. It is a peek at the CIA's pogrom on nations. It is a privatization lesson. Where did Argentina's money go? I would submit it was stolen vanquishing the people and their nation who were obligated to pay for the crime. It ends in Patagonia where the Welsh settled. The chapel has the same markings as the Talpiot Tomb in America Unearthed. Did the escape of the grail go to the tip of the continent? Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid holed up there too. Were they 'treasure' agents as well as robbers. Who was the mystery woman they traveled with? This is more that a simple train journey. It is a clue to a mysterious past, a recent travesty and a light upon a journey.

  • AMERICA UNEARTHED: Tracking the Templars...
    by George Freund on May 27, 2014 at 9:10 AM
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    When Scott Wolter began investigating mysterious artifacts, he started to notice one unique symbol appeared on many of them. The symbol, now known as the "Hooked X", baffled researchers who couldn't make sense of it. As Scott's investigation into the origins of the symbol unfolds, he realizes its use is unique to just two notoriously secret groups the Knights Templar and their modern day brethren, the Freemasons. Used in secret codes, cryptic ciphers and even the alleged tomb of Jesus himself, the symbol could be the key to understanding two of the biggest mysteries of all time exactly what the Holy Grail is, and where it's hidden today.


    What if the mask of genocide is the elimination of the bloodline (Grail) of Christ? To make sure annilate them all. What if the wars in North America were really about the quest for the 'grail?' What was the real reason the Acadians were deported from their homeland in the New World to languish in mosquito infested swamps? I suugest making use of Canada A People's History videos on this site. Canada and America are joined in the common struggle. It is American history too. We were both sired by Briton. 

    Narragansett Rune Stone Returned; Tests Coming

    The stone was removed from the waters off Pojac Point last summer; it is now in state custody following a joint investigation by the state Attorney General and DEM.

    by George Freund on May 26, 2014 at 6:21 PM
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    The departure of the Titanic on April 10, 1912, on her maiden voyage made minor ripples compared with the Olympic's inaugural trip less than a year earlier. In Southampton a big crowd saw her off, but there were no ceremonies and no long-winded speeches from local dignitaries and invited bigwigs.

    Titanic at sea.   Credit

    Her first-class passenger list, however, which included John Jacob Astor, one of America's wealthiest men, was remarkable and may well be unsurpassed in the annals of ocean travel. This was the era when wealth equaled celebrity, and the Titanic's maiden voyage had clearly attracted an unusual number of the transatlantic elite. In fact, however, her greatest claim to fame seemed likely to be a brief reign as the largest ship in the world. At 882.5 feet, she was identical in length to the Olympic, the previous record holder, but the prize for size would soon pass to Hamburg-Amerika's 909-foot-long Imperator, due to enter service the following year.

    The Lusitania carried a healthy complement of American passengers when she departed New York for Liverpool on May 1, 1915, despite a published warning from the German authorities that appeared in U.S. newspapers the morning of her departure.

    By this time a number of British merchant ships had been sunk by German subs, but the famous liner's speed still seemed the best guarantee of safety. Certainly her captain and crew should have been on high alert. As the Lusitania neared the end of her crossing, a German U-boat sank three British ships in the waters south of Ireland through which she was about to sail, and he received repeated warnings that U-boats were active on his intended course. Yet on May 7, as the Lusitania entered the most dangerous part of her passage, Captain William Turner actually slowed down, apparently worried by patchy fog.

    A tragedy almost equal to the Titanic's unfolded in the fog-shrouded St. Lawrence River in the spring of 1914, only a few months before the outbreak of the Great War.

    The Empress of Ireland.   Credit
    Ironically, had both ships involved exercised less caution, the accident would likely not have happened.

    The culprit was fog, but a fog peculiar to the St. Lawrence at this time of year, when the warm air of late spring encounters a river chilled by icy meltwater. The two main actors in the drama were the Canadian Pacific steamship Empress of Ireland, outbound from Quebec, and the Norwegian collier Storstad...

    For Nurse Sheila Macbeth, the sixth voyage of his Majesty's Hospital Ship Britannic, on November 12, 1916, began as both a homecoming and a kind of holiday before the real work ahead. "Such a relief to find the same cabin and room-mate," wrote the unmarried, 26-year-old Scot in her diary, "and to see how homely it is now looking, with my chintz cushions and our nice jar of brown beech leaves. Everything is much nicer on this voyage -- as there are no passengers (these were always medical officers and nurses-going out to different hospitals in India, Egypt, Salonica or Malta...) and in consequence we are allowed to wander all over the ship, and do not find the deck roped off at every turn with a notice saying: 'Officers Only' or 'Passengers Only.'"

    By the mid-1950s, with the postwar passenger boom at its peak, more than 50 passenger liners sailed the sealanes between Europe and America. Among the most splendid were two new ships of the Italian Line, the Cristoforo Colombo and the Andrea Doria. They were built for luxury, not speed, and to take advantage of the sunnier southern route. The Andrea Doria was the first liner to possess three outdoor swimming pools, one each for first, cabin and tourist class. Her lines were graceful, her public rooms lavishly decorated and crowded with artworks and her most desirable first-class suites as rarified as any that had come before. She was a superb expression of her time and nationality, a ship that combined 1950s modernity with a keen awareness of Italy's extraordinary artistic heritage.

  • Satan's Saints Revealed on Conspiracy Ca...
    by George Freund on May 25, 2014 at 10:12 AM
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    The Conspiracy Cafe Time Capsule returns to February 3rd 2011. The world has changed. It's just few tell you it is for and on behalf of Satan's Saints. They masquerade as angels of light. We know them for their works creating the Kingdom of the Anti-Christ.

    Just a spoonful of VX goes lost and gets found. Was it Toronto bound? PM Harper drives the wooden stake into Canada with secret border treaty signing, 9/11 terrorists in L.A. Clinton recalls all foreign diplomats to discuss uncharted territory. Egypt revolt widens. The loot is safe. Memos reveal U.S. backed regime change plan in 2008. Strategic Communication report buys your opinions. Rand report induces Muslims to kill each other. Egyptian Nuclear Program? Davos blast. U.S. Japan debt downgrade. U.K. economy in turmoil, central bank governor gives warning, Yuan being prepared as world reserve currency, GM rice is people, Bill C-474 to control GM food. Is GM the 'graven image' of the commandment? Moscow bombing. The murder of a prominent American lawyer in Moscow sign of a covert war. The role of Baker Bott law firm in the NWO agenda. On Conspiracy Cafe Satan's saints are revealed.

    Emergency personnel demonstrate procedures in a re-enactment of a hazardous situation in a subway train in the lower level of the Bay Subway station that is no longer in use in Toronto on Jan. 25, 2011. The Canadian Standards Association (CSA) and the Canadian government set up the event to reveal its new standards for emergency services personnel and equipment to respond to chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) incidents. (STAN BEHAL, Toronto Sun)

  • Virgin gunman's chilling video rant in f...
    by George Freund on May 25, 2014 at 8:05 AM
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    'Mountains of skulls, rivers of blood... tomorrow is the day of retribution': Virgin gunman's chilling video rant in full

    Sitting in his black BMW, Elliot Rodger filmed himself delivering a hate-filled manifesto about his day of retribution.

    He spoke slowly and precisely, as if delivering a movie script, describing how he planned to slaughter the girls. Every so often, his words are punctuated by maniacal laughter.

    The next day, half an hour after his killing spree, the seven-minute clip was posted on YouTube. Here are his words.

    Dystopian fantasy: Rodger (seen left) is the son of Peter Rodger, assistant director for The Hunger Games (seen second left), about an annual televised death match. Elliot Rodger is seen here at the film's 2012 premiere with Sylvester Stallone (right)

    'We are in inconceivable pain': Hunger Games assistant director speaks of horror at his son's gun massacre as grandmother says he was 'very disturbed'

    The father of mass murderer Elliot Rodger has spoken of his 'inconceivable pain' after his son shot six people dead in Santa Barbara yesterday before killing himself.

    In a statement issued through his lawyer Alan Shifman, father Peter Rodger said: 'The Rodger family offers their deepest compassion and sympathy to the families involved in this terrible tragedy.

    'We are experiencing the most inconceivable pain, and our hearts go out to everybody involved.'

    Shifman added that family called police several weeks ago after being alarmed by YouTube videos 'regarding suicide and the killing of people' that Elliot had been posting.

    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    The Hunger Games: Catching Fire is a 2013 American science fiction adventure film based on Suzanne Collins' dystopian novel, Catching Fire, the second installment in The Hunger Games trilogy. The film is the sequel to The Hunger Games, and the second installment in The Hunger Games film series, produced and distributed by Lionsgate. Francis Lawrence directed the film, with a screenplay by Simon Beaufoy and Michael Arndt. Francis Lawrence took over from Gary Ross as director. Adding to the existing cast, the supporting cast was filled out with Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Sam Claflin, Lynn Cohen, Jena Malone, Amanda Plummer, Alan Ritchson, and Meta Golding. Filming began on September 10, 2012 in Atlanta, Georgia before moving to Hawaii.

    I was never interested in watching The Hunger Games personally. It seemed to glorify violence and a sadistic dystopian future. I also resented the concept of Hunger and Games even being in the same phrase. Hunger is not nor has it ever been a game. It would have been a better contribution to society to alleviate hunger by working for the betterment of people in need. Perhaps young Elliot would have learned a type of love that lasts. It is Christian love a devotion that blooms eternal. His other big failure is the social pressure to find true love. His soul mate may very well have been waiting at the local food bank volunteering her time to end need and want. It is a terrible shame, but the curse of Hollywood. 

  • Reloading: A Complete Beginner's Guide t...
    by George Freund on May 24, 2014 at 9:48 PM
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    How To Reload Ammunition  Basic Reloading Equipment

    Published on Tuesday, September 25, 2012

    By Bob Shell

    Reloading Books – Books are all important for reloading. The more the better

    Apache Junction, AZ --( Basic Reloading: Once you decide to reload your own ammunition there is some basic equipment that you need to get started as a full time reloader.

    The first thing is you need a space to set up shop. It can be a spare room or a corner of a garage as long as you have some space and a way to have good lighting.

    There should be enough room to have a table and some shelving space. You need a sturdy table to mount your reloading press too and other equipment while having some space that gives you room to work. I would suggest a table at least 6’ long to accommodate your setup. Shelving is necessary to keep such items as reloading dies and supplies such as bullets and powder organized. Once you have your reloading work area set up then it’s time to buy your equipment.

    Set Of Dies, Powder Measure and a Reloading Press.

    Most people get into reloading to save money on their ammo. One fact of life is you will have to first make an investment into buying equipment and supplies before you can begin saving cash on ammunition. The basic equipment that you need is a press, dies, scales, powder measure and a few basic shop tools such as screwdrivers and Allen wrenches. You also may need a lube pad, vernier caliper and a bullet puller, more on these tools below. You are looking at about a $400. 00 investment for a complete reloading starter kit plus the cost of supplies such as primers and bullets. You will also need at least one reloading manual preferably more. That will get you started.

    Micrometer And Vernier Caliper Are Necessary For The Reloader

    The purpose of the press is it holds the dies which are needed to process the ammo. Each caliber requires a set of dies and I will go into that later as to why and how to set them up. The press needs to be securely mounted to the table so that cases can be resized which takes some physical effort, especially with rifle ammo. There are a variety of presses made by various companies. Each manufacture, everyone from Lyman, Hornady and RCBS and Redding, all make good presses. Another option is a Lee Press.

    For a new reloader you should look at a single stage press only. The progressives are great but if you are not familiar with reloading they can get you in trouble. With a progressive several things are going on at one time and you may miss a problem, causing you to load a batch of bad ammo.

    Reloading Press With Die Setup

    Reloading Press With Die Setup

    Presses come in different sizes though I would go with a heavy duty model because you can do both rifle and handgun ammo.

    Any caliber that you reload for is die specific. For instance if you want to load 40 S & W ammo you need that set of dies. Reloading is a precise operation and trying to use the wrong dies will not work for you. If you are loading a modern straight case then I recommend carbide dies. They make your sizing job easier plus last forever. Another nice thing is you don’t have to lube your cases as you do with rifle fodder. Like the presses there are various makers of dies who also make the presses and other equipment.

    A powder measure and scales is necessary in order to put the proper amount of powder in your cases. That is vital if not mandatory to insure the safety and reliability of your ammo. This is where the reloading books come in handy.

    You can look up the caliber you are loading for and get the proper type and amount of powder necessary. The data was developed in labs by professionals and should be followed closely. Also the books give you a lot of good info on reloading techniques and problem solving. Most provide a hotline if you run into a problem you can’t solve. I would go with several books on reloading or reloading manuals as they are a good investment.

    If you load rifle cases you need a case trimmer as they will stretch when fired. How much depends on various factors but it is necessary to keep them at a proper length in order to produce quality ammo.


    Reloading Scale Used To Weigh Powder Charges

    A vernier caliperis needed to measure the length. You can consult a reloading book for the proper length as that info is provided. Also when loading rifle cases a lube pad is necessary. If you don’t lube the cases one will get stuck in the die which is a real headache to remove. A brush to lube the inside of the case neck is also desirable.

    Reloading Bullet Puller

    Bullet Puller. The Eraser Of Reloading

    With this you have most of the basic equipment that you need to get started. You will pick up various other items and gadgets as you go along. After you get your table set up and before you start I urge you to do some reading or watch some videos which will help. You need to pay attention to every detail to insure quality and safe ammo. We will go into the how and why in future installments.

    When contemplating whether or not you want to reload here are a couple of things to think about. First of all reloading is a very safe hobby if you follow the precautions and use common sense. When reloading don’t allow distractions to creep in. That means no texting, watching TV or anything else that will draw your attention to the task at hand.

    If you are not the type of person that pays attention to detail then reloading isn’t for you. I have been doing it for over 40 years and never had a serious mishap. It is a great hobby well worth exploring.

    About Bob Shell
    A Custom Reloader of Obsolete and Antique Ammo, Bob Shell, writes about the subject of Guns, Ammo, Shooting and Related Subjects. Visit:

    by George Freund on May 24, 2014 at 9:31 AM
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    In one of Robert Redford's classics this film reveals what a corrupt system can do to a great patriot. However, the lesson plan is what can a great patriot do to the system. Consider it your training film should you enter FEMA detention. With many patriots in one location it is basic training for the restoration of the Republic. In the end WE WIN! Force of numbers and shear determination guarentee that.


    The Last Castle is a 2001 American action drama film directed by Rod Lurie, starring Robert Redford, James Gandolfini, Mark Ruffalo and Delroy Lindo.

    The film portrays a struggle between inmates and the warden of a military prison, based on the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth. A highly decorated U.S. Army Lieutenant General, court martialed and sentenced for insubordination, challenges the commandant, a colonel, over his treatment of the prisoners. After mobilizing the inmates, the former general leads an uprising aiming to seize control of the prison.


    Lieutenant General Eugene Irwin (Robert Redford) is brought to a maximum security military prison to begin a ten-year sentence for his decision (in violation of a presidential order) to send U.S. troops on a mission in Burundi, resulting in the deaths of eight soldiers. Colonel Winter (James Gandolfini), the prison's commandant, is a great admirer of the general but is offended by a comment he overhears: Irwin criticizes Winter's much-prized military artifacts collection, calling it something no actual battlefield veteran would ever have.

    Winter, who has never seen combat, resents the remark. He then takes exception to what he perceives as Irwin's attempt to change the attitudes of the prisoners, his admiration for Irwin fading fast. On one occasion, Irwin is punished harshly after stopping a guard from clubbing a prisoner, Corporal Ramon Aguilar (Clifton Collins, Jr.), who had made the mistake of saluting Irwin in the prison yard.

    Continuing to observe acts of cruelty, Irwin attempts to unify the prisoners by building a "castle wall" of stone and mortar at the facility, which in many ways resembles a medieval castle. Envying the respect Irwin is clearly receiving, Winter orders his guards to destroy the wall. Aguilar, directly involved in its construction, takes a stand before the bulldozer. Winter orders a sharpshooter to fire a normally non-lethal rubber bullet directly at Aguilar's head, killing him.

    After the wall is destroyed, Irwin and the inmates pay final respects to Aguilar in formation. Winter later tries to make amends with Irwin, who calls him a disgrace to the uniform and demands his resignation.

    The prisoners begin to behave like soldiers around Irwin, using code words and gestures, infuriating the commandant. Winter reaches out to an anti-social prisoner named Yates (Mark Ruffalo), a former officer and Apache helicopter pilot convicted of running a drug-smuggling ring. Yates is bribed to inform about Irwin's plans in exchange for a reduced sentence.

    Irwin organizes a plot to throw the prison into chaos. His intent is to show a friend, Brigadier General Wheeler (Delroy Lindo), the commandant's superior officer, that the commandant is unfit and should be removed from command under the Uniform Code of Military Justice. During a visit, Winter receives a letter threatening the kidnapping of General Wheeler by the prisoners. After ordering his men into action, Winter discovers that the scheme was a fake. Irwin orchestrated it as a way to detect how prison guards would react during an actual uprising.

    Yates becomes the key to their plan, tasked with stealing a U.S. flag from the warden's office and seizing a Bell UH-1 helicopter used by guards. The inmate revolt begins.

    Using improvised weapons—some resembling medieval ones, such as a trebuchet—and the tactics of a military unit, the prisoners capture an armored vehicle and the helicopter. The prisoners place a call to Wheeler's headquarters and inform him of the riot. Winter has little time to regain control before Wheeler will arrive to see the prison under siege. He orders the use of live ammunition against the prisoners.

    Winter knows from Yates that Irwin's ultimate goal is to raise the American flag upside down, a classic signal of distress. Irwin's men create havoc but ultimately are confronted by overwhelming numbers of guards, all armed with live ammunition. Knowing further resistance would only mean a massacre, Irwin orders the prisoners to stand down. Winter has successfully halted the uprising, but Irwin nonetheless elects to personally hoist the flag.

    Unable to make him stop, Winter orders his men to open fire on Irwin before the upside-down U.S. flag is flown. They refuse to do so on the orders of Winter's second-in-command, Captain Peretz. The colonel cannot persuade anyone else to follow his command, so he proceeds to shoot Irwin fatally himself.

    Peretz places the commandant under arrest. The prisoners salute the flag and Winter now sees that Irwin has actually raised the flag in the correct manner. It flies above the prison's walls as General Wheeler arrives and Colonel Winter is led away in handcuffs. The story ends with the inmates building a new wall as memorial to their fallen comrades. Aguilar and Irwin's names are among those carved onto the castle's wall.

  • Tales of the Gun Episode 4: The Gunsling...
    by George Freund on May 24, 2014 at 8:30 AM
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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.

    Tales of the Gun: The legendary “gunslingers” of the Wild West are profiled. Included: Wild Bill Hickok, Jesse James and Wyatt Earp.

    Part of the propaganda war on firearms revolves around the fiction created by the so called wild west. While there were legendary lawmen and villains the reality of the situation was life was hard work in those days. People held high morals with regard to behaviour. The homicide rates were quite close to zero per one hundred thousand. In fact the U.S. homicide rate from around 1870 to 1905 as I recall was around .7 to 1.2 per hundred thousand. That rivals Canada's sin province Prince Edward Island. We the People could own any sort of firearm and carry them about as well. So the myth has become the reality. Your freedoms are wanted dead or alive.

  • Obey Not on Conspiracy Cafe
    by George Freund on May 23, 2014 at 8:08 AM
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    Harrowdown Hill an ode to Dr. David Kelly. Thames Valley Police Sergeant found hanged. Did she find out about Kelly or was it the child abuse cult? Toronto Police reveal hundreds of child porn offenders to British police no arrests. Russia gives cold shoulder to Ukrainian separatists. Schroeder blames EU. Russian stocks rally. Belgium front operation for T Bills. The Dorothy Hodgkin Google doodleRubik's Cube Google doodle. Balkans flood. US losing Syrian war. Chinese Vietnam tensions. Vietnamese rampage on Free Trade Zone! BLM takes heat on trails. Artificial Intelligence appointed to corporate board. EU Court You have the right to be forgotten. Holographic Michael Jackson. Former Malaysian PM says planes don't just disappear. Hate preacher convicted in New York show trial. Tenured professor fired for thought crime, The FBI Hitler files. NY Times fires news chief admits mainstream lame stream. Nigerian soldiers about face. Pro life sentiments defined as torture by UN. Christian woman sentenced to death for apostasy in Sudan. Can God bless America? Epigenetics. Cheap heart attack test. Obey Not lest ye die on Harrowdown Hill on Conspiracy Cafe.


    "Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will. Find out just what any people will quietly submit to, and you have found out the exact measure of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them. These will continue till they are resisted with either words or blows, or both. The limits of tyrants are prescribed by the endurance of those whom they oppress." ~ Frederick Douglass (abolitionist orator, anti-slavery, 19th Century)

    Otto Albrecht Alfred von Bolschwing Nazi war criminal under US protection joined USAID 1960. Was he involved in the post war Hitler evacuation? von Bolschwing carried the alias Capt. Albert A. Eisner US Army. There was another officer with the same name not to be confused with. 


    August 1961 issue The National Police Gazette:

    HARROWDOWN HILL a song to lament the assassination of Dr. David Kelley.

    Don't walk the plank like I did

    You will be dispensed with

    When you've become


    Up on harrowdown hill

    Near where you used to go to school

    This where I, this where I am lying down

    Did I fall or was I pushed

    Then wheres the blood?


    But I'm coming home, I'm coming home

    To make it all right

    So dry your eyes


    We think the same things at the same time

    We just can't do anything about it.

    We think the same things at the same time

    We just can't do anything about it.


    So don't ask me ask the ministry

    So don't ask me ask the ministry


    We think the same things at the same time

    There are so many of us

    Oh you can't count

    We think the same things at the same time

    There are so many of us

    Oh you can't count


    Can you see me when I'm running

    Can you see me when I'm running

    Away from there

    Away from there

    I can't take the pressure

    No one cares if you live or die

    They just want me gone

    They want me gone


    But I'm coming home, I'm coming home

    To make it all right

    So dry your eyes


    We think the same things at the same time

    We just can't do anything about it

    We think the same things at the same time

    There are too many of us so you can't

    There are too many of us so you can't count!


    It was walking to the back down Harrowdown Hill

    It was walking to the back down Harrowdown Hill

    It was a slippery slippery slippery slope

    It was a slippery slippery slippery slope

    I feel me slipping in and out of consciousness

    I feel me slipping in and out of consciousness

    I feel me

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