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  • Poking The Nuclear Bear
    by George Freund on March 16, 2015 at 11:18 PM
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    Threats of nuclear war surpass Cold War era by Alex Jones | | March 16, 2015 Alex Jones breaks down the growing tension between the West and Russia as the world slides dangerously closer to all-out thermonuclear war.

  • Infamous Assassinations - The Assassina...
    by George Freund on March 15, 2015 at 5:19 PM
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    Infamous Assassinations was a 2007 British documentary television series about high-profile murders and attempted murders of public figures. The series was narrated by actor Robert Powell. It is currently being shown on Yesterday.

    Episode 19: Yitzhak Rabin

    On 4 November 1995 in Tel Aviv, Israel, Israeli Prime Minister Rabin was shot dead by right-wing Israeli Jew Yigal Amir. Amir considered Rabin to be a traitor for doing deals with the Palestinians.

    The assassination of Yitzhak Rabin took place on November 4, 1995 (12th of Marcheshvan, 5756 on the Hebrew calendar) at 21:30, at the end of a rally in support of the Oslo Accords at the Kings of Israel Square in Tel Aviv. The assassin, an Israeli ultranationalist terrorist named Yigal Amir, strenuously opposed Rabin's peace initiative and particularly the signing of the Oslo Accords.

    After the rally, Rabin walked down the city hall steps towards the open door of his car, at which time Amir fired three shots at Rabin with a Beretta 84F .380 ACP caliber semi-automatic pistol. He was immediately subdued by Rabin's bodyguards and arrested with the murder weapon. The third shot missed Rabin and slightly wounded security guard Yoram Rubin.

    Rabin was rushed to nearby Ichilov Hospital at the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center, where he died on the operating table from blood loss and a punctured lung within 40 minutes. Rabin's bureau chief, Eitan Haber, announced outside the gates of the hospital:

    "The government of Israel announces in consternation, in great sadness, and in deep sorrow, the death of prime minister and minister of defense Yitzhak Rabin, who was murdered by an assassin, tonight in Tel Aviv. The government shall convene in one hour for a mourning session in Tel Aviv. Blessed be his memory."

    In Rabin's pocket was a blood-stained sheet of paper with the lyrics to the well-known Israeli song Shir LaShalom ("Song for Peace"), which was sung at the rally and dwells on the impossibility of bringing a dead person back to life and, therefore, the need for peace.

    Continued at source

    The Bible Code predicted the assassination. The author went to Israeli authorities and implored them to heed the code. It was a defining moment in world history removing the true option for peace perhaps.

  • BBC Timewatch - Drake's Last Voyage
    by George Freund on March 15, 2015 at 11:56 AM
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    Timewatch is a long-running British television series showing documentaries on historical subjects, spanning all human history. It was first broadcast on 29 September 1982 and is produced by the BBC, the Timewatch brandname is used as a banner title in the UK, but many of the individual documentaries are unbranded with BBC continuity outside the domestic British market.

    Documentary investigating the mystery surrounding Sir Francis Drake's final odyssey, and finding the solution lies with the Guayou Indians of Colombia.

    Sir Francis Drake: A Pictorial Biography by Hans P. Kraus

    The Last Voyage, 1595-1596

    Drake's last campaign was an expedition commanded jointly by him and his old associate Sir John Hawkins, under whom his career had had such a spectacular beginning at San Juan de Ulúa, in 1567. Nearly thirty years later, they sailed from Plymouth on August 28, 1595. Their primary objective was a treasure ship which had suffered damage at sea, and which was in the harbor of San Juan, Puerto Rico, with 2,000,000 ducats aboard.

    The attempt to surprise this ship failed, as San Juan was well fortified and well defended. Drake then went to Nombre de Dios, on the Panama isthmus, which he used as a base for an attack on Porto Bello and Panama, where the treasure from Peru was carried across the isthmus for shipment to Spain. This attack (Dec. 27-30, 1595) was also a failure. They returned to Nombre de Dios, then sailed again; but on January 28th, 1596, Drake died at sea off Porto Bello. He was buried in the waters of the Caribbean, the scene of many of his most daring exploits, the next day, in a lead coffin.

    The document to the left displays one aspect of this last voyage. It again was a joint venture, and to raise money for his investment, Drake sold his 71-year lease of a house called "The Herbar" in the Dowgate ward of London. The document is the one which Drake received as his record of the transaction; it is signed by the purchaser, Alderman Paul Banninge.

    The Herbar was a most interesting building. It had been a royal residence, under King Richard III (1483-1485), and for a time it had been occupied by King Philip II of Spain's diplomatic chargé d'affaires in London (c. 1571-1578). Drake's lease of the property dates from November 6, 1588, so that it is quite possible that he purchased it with his prize money from the capture of the Rosario during the Armada campaign of that year. 

    Continued at link:



  • Tales of the Gun - Episode 18: Guns of R...
    by George Freund on March 14, 2015 at 3:27 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.

    Ep 18: "Guns of the Revolution"

    Revolutionary War Weapons

    Long Rifles and other instruments of war

    Most of the heavy armament used in European wars was inappropriate for the rough terrain in the colonies. The great cavalry charges, so much a part of European warfare, could not be utilized in the heavily forested regions. Light cavalry was limited to screening or reconnaissance. The dragoon was the hybrid that combined fighting on horseback and on the ground and increased the significance of infantry. The American dragoon, like his European counterpart, wielded a saber and carried a shortened musket.

    It fell to the infantry, the foot soldier, as the instrument that fostered the means for increasing the kill rate.Thus equipping this soldier with the best technology available was essential for both armies.

    The tool of choice to raise the death rate was the newer flintlock musket that had replaced the older matchlock musket. "Newer" compared to the matchlock, but had seen service for over 100 years and would, in turn, become obsolete by the mid 1800's when it was replaced by the technology of percussion.

    The flintlock was the first line of offense or defense in the arsenal of revolutionary war weapons. Both armies depended on this weapon. The British relied heavily on their “Brown Bess” which often found its way into American hands. Its lack of accuracy was minimized by its mass utilization in line formations firing simultaneous, rotating volleys. That same line could present a wall of bayonets, attached to the gun barrel, and on the order to charge, moved forward against a wall of opposing fire. Survival was purely a matter of luck.

    Later in the war, the Americans utilized the French Charleville musket. Probably no more accurate than the British weapon, but more accessible when supplied by their French ally.

    The weapon was loaded through the muzzle---front loaded. The metal ball, 2/4 inch in diameter, weighed about 1 ounce, and was contained in a paper cartridge. The powder was stored in a horn shaped object. When the ball struck the human body at a high velocity it tore a large hole in the victim.

    The older matchlock would misfire in half of its shots. The flintlock was no great improvement in accuracy, but its newer technology considerably reduced the misfires. Loading speed could determine life or death. The flint lock musket could be loaded in 30 seconds by scraping flint against steel. The flint was imbedded in the hammer, and when depressed, created the spark that set off the gun powder that ejected the ball-- primitively comparable to the discharge of the modern bullet. The older, matchlock alternative required lighting a match to ignite the priming powder. This took two minutes---and possibly not at all in the rain. Note the flint suspended in the hammer below.

    Utilizing Revolutionary War Weapons

    Evolving Flint Design

    Herein lies the military rationale for the line formations that is referred to through out this Revolutionary War review. Battles in the 18th century took place on open plains. The brave, or not so brave, souls faced each others like gladiators across the field. Their muskets had minimal accuracy up to 100 yards. The time that was required to load meant that, at best, each shooter could fire 3 times without a fixed target other than shooting generally at a charging line of fixed bayonets.

    Because of the loading time factor, the shooters would be overwhelmed by a hard charging enemy line before another reload could be accomplished. Thus, the solution required 2 lines of rotating shooters.

    The front line would fire on bent knees. The line of soldiers behind would stand upright ready and loaded to fire, without any delay created by the kneeling soldiers preparing to reload their muskets.

    This required pouring the gun powder into the barrel; then inserting the ball in its paper cartridge into the muzzle and employing a ramrod to push the load down the barrel.

    In short, revolutionary war weapons and their employment were quite primitive when measured against later centuries, but an evident advancement in fire power over the prior fifty years.

    The drill manual used by the British emphasizing the line techniques had been used by the Americans. This changed when the Prussian von Steuben arrived at George Washington's headquarters. He brought new ideas to accomplish the same result and also brought to the common soldier an understanding of the strategies utilized in battle. While both methods aimed at inculcating instantaneous discipline, the British methodology was delivered through harsh, unrelenting instruction. Mistakes in drill would subject their soldiers to flogging. That was all but eliminated under the Steuben tutelage. Additionally, he adjusted the line drill to accommodate battles in woodlands. As the war progressed, this approach paid military dividends both for offensive and defensive actions.

    Learning to Use Revolutionary War Weapons

    in "line formation"


    by George Freund on March 14, 2015 at 8:01 AM
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    I really enjoyed this film. It is quite the social commentary. I wish I was more aware of these issues in my younger years. Who is going to teach us? I would have liked to comment on the gun grabbers who wore many stones and asked how much blood was on their jewels? My firearms have not been used to murder and neither have those of millions of sport shooters. It's O.K. to kill for fashion, but not shoot paper targets. Propaganda is a fierce weapon. We know why they want the arms. We are the next target. A global police state demands three things your arms, your rights and finally YOU! Think about that as anti-terror laws are proffered. I don't wear jewelry. I refuse. I don't invest in mutual funds where people are exploited. Better to invest in guns as a basic human right. 



    Blood Diamond is a 2006 American-German political war thriller film co-produced and directed by Edward Zwick, starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Connelly and Djimon Hounsou. The title refers to blood diamonds, which are diamonds mined in war zones and sold to finance conflicts, and thereby profit warlords and diamond companies across the world.

    Set during the Sierra Leone Civil War in 1996–2001, the film depicts a country torn apart by the struggle between government loyalists and insurgent forces. It also portrays many of the atrocities of that war, including the rebels' amputation of people's hands to discourage them from voting in upcoming elections.

    The film's ending, in which a conference is held concerning blood diamonds, refers to a historic meeting that took place in Kimberley, South Africa in 2000. It led to development of the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme, which sought to certify the origin of rough diamonds in order to curb the trade in conflict diamonds, but has since been mostly abandoned as ineffective.

    The film received mixed but generally favorable reviews, with praise directed mainly to the performances of DiCaprio and Hounsou; they were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, respectively.


    It is 1999 and Sierra Leone is ravaged by major political unrest. Rebel factions such as the Revolutionary United Front frequently terrorize the countryside, intimidating Mende locals and enslaving many to harvest diamonds, which fund their increasingly successful war effort. One such unfortunate is fisherman Solomon Vandy (Djimon Hounsou) from Shenge, who has been assigned to a workforce overseen by Captain Poison (David Harewood), a ruthless warlord.

    One morning Vandy discovers an enormous pink diamond in the riverbank and buries it in the soft earth. Captain Poison learns of the stone, but before he can follow up, the area is raided by government security forces. Both Vandy and Poison are incarcerated in Freetown, along with Danny Archer (Leonardo DiCaprio), a white Rhodesian gunrunner jailed while trying to smuggle diamonds into Liberia. These were intended for Rudolph van de Kaap (Marius Weyers), a corrupt South African mining executive.

    Having managed to learn about the pink diamond, Archer arranges to have Vandy freed from detention. He travels to Cape Town, meeting with his former military contacts, including Colonel Coetzee (Arnold Vosloo), an Afrikaner formerly with the apartheid-era South African Defence Force. Coetzee now freelances with a private military firm. Archer says he wants to recover the diamond and use it to leave the continent forever, but Coetzee counters with his claim, saying his lost stake in Archer's botched Liberian operation entitles him to the diamond as compensation. Archer returns to Sierra Leone, locates Vandy, and offers to help him find his family if he will recover the prize.

    Meanwhile, RUF insurgents escalate hostilities. Freetown falls to their advance while Vandy's son Dia (Kagiso Kuypers) is among those rounded up to serve as a child soldier under a liberated Captain Poison. Archer and Vandy narrowly escape to Guinea, where they plan to infiltrate Kono with an American journalist, Maddy Bowen (Jennifer Connelly). They will give her inside information on the illicit diamond trade. Coetzee and his private army also turn up in the region, having been contracted by local authorities to repulse the renewed rebel offensive.

    While Bowen gets out with her story, the two men set out for Captain Poison's former encampment. Dia, stationed with the RUF garrison there, is confronted, although he refuses to acknowledge his father. Archer radios the site's coordinates to Coetzee, who directs an air strike via an Mi-24 helicopter gunship. Vandy locates Captain Poison and beats him to death with a shovel while mercenaries attack and rout the warlord's surviving men. Coetzee forces a reluctant Vandy to produce the diamond, but is killed by Archer, who realizes Coetzee would have simply killed them both. Dia holds them both briefly at gunpoint, before Vandy renews their bond.

    Archer discloses he has been mortally wounded. He entrusts the stone to Vandy, ordering him to take it for his family. Vandy and his son rendezvous with a charter pilot, Nabil (Jimi Mistry), who flies them to safety while Archer makes a final phone call to Maddy Bowen. He asks her to assist Vandy, and gives her consent to publish his revelations of the diamond trade, telling her, "It's a real story now." Maddy is upset when he tells her he cannot come to meet her. As he dies, he looks out onto the sunset, reassuring her. "That's alright. I'm exactly where I'm supposed to be." He dies peacefully, still in his African home.

    Shortly afterward, Vandy, now living in London, meets with representatives of van de Kaap, who wants to buy his gem. Bowen photographs the deal for publication in her article detailing the trade in conflict gems, and exposes van de Kaap's criminal actions. Vandy appears as a guest speaker at a conference on "blood diamonds" in Kimberley and is met with a standing ovation.

  • Ascension Miniseries
    by George Freund on March 13, 2015 at 10:36 AM
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    Ascension is a Canadian/American television miniseries on CBC in Canada and Syfy in USA. It is an original science fiction mystery drama that takes place supposedly aboard a generation ship, and consists of six one-hour episodes. The show is created by Philip Levens and Adrian A. Cruz. The pilot was written, and executive produced by Philip Levens, who served as the showrunner. On July 9, 2014, CBC added Ascension to its fall programming roster. It was originally scheduled to premiere in November 2014. In October 2014, CBC announced that the premiere date had been moved to January 2015. It started airing on CBC on Monday nights starting February 9, 2015 Syfy had originally announced plans to debut the show on November 24, 2014, airing one episode per week for six weeks. Instead the series premiered on December 15, 2014, and aired two episodes each night for three consecutive nights.


    Ascension is inspired by the real-life Project Orion that existed under the administration of President John F. Kennedy. The show sets up an alternate version of reality beginning in 1963, when President Kennedy and the U.S. government, fearing the Cold War will become hot and lead to the destruction of Earth, decides to launch a covert space mission. They send 600 volunteers, including men, women and children, into space on a century-long voyage aboard the USS Ascension, a massive, self-sustaining generation ship. Their mission is to colonize a planet orbiting Proxima Centauri, assuring the survival of the human race. At 51 years into their 100 year journey (i.e. in the present) and as they approach the point of no return, the mysterious murder of a young woman – the first homicide since their departure – causes the ship's crew to question the true nature of their mission.

    by George Freund on March 12, 2015 at 12:54 PM
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    The salute to Minerva is timed to commence on the eve of the solar eclipse. Canada false flag terror events on the rise in concert with terror bill. The old white powder trick meets the mouth who was overheard by the police, but there is no FEAR generated. The U.S. supports ISIS. Chicago's secret prison. Judges overturn their decision. Were they coerced by the surveillance state? Gerardus Mercator Google Doodle. Holi Google Doodle. Netanyahu's trip to Washington. Nemtsov's written messages. The case for the U.S. Islamic motive absurd. Masonic magic finger used by ALL! Suspects takes grenade out. Nemtsov escort under secret service protection. Putin's secret meeting. Russian strategic maneuvers. EU calls for army. Jihadi John golden child of the state meets Prime Minister several times. Jihadi John gangster. British untouchable terrorist convicted in U.S. Police want CCTV in your home. British soldier killed in the sand. Clinton's E-Mails and the missing billions from the State Department. U.S. envoy slashed. New Zealand spies on neighbours. Snowden repatriation. Boston bombing trial. Paul Allen's search for treasure. Ukraine suicide list. Fire OMEN is U.S. GOP tell Iran to go to blazes. Companies buying own stock just like 2008. Washington pulls strings on NY Fed. Chinese advertise world currency. Wall Street actually got trillions more than TARP offered. On Conspiracy Cafe a Salute to Minerva.

    The ISIS salute is also a Masonic one too. Everybody is doing it.

    Susan Rice

    Benjamin Netanyahu

    Twilight Language for this episode's length 1:17:22

    Ephesians 1:17-22 King James Version (KJV)

    Philemon 1:17-22 King James Version (KJV)

    Jude 1:17-22 King James Version (KJV)

    1 Peter 1:17-22 King James Version (KJV)

    1 Corinthians 1:17-22 King James Version (KJV)

    Romans 1:17-22 King James Version (KJV)

    17 For therein is the righteousness of God revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, The just shall live by faith.

    18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness;

    19 Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.

    20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

    21 Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.

    22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,

  • Decoding The Past - The Antichrist Part...
    by George Freund on March 11, 2015 at 4:23 PM
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    Decoding the Past (2005-2011) was a History Channel paranormal television series that "decodes" the past by looking for unusual, and mysterious things written about throughout history that may give clues as to what will happen in the future.

    How would you recognise the most evil person on Earth? According to many historical texts, you should look for a brilliant, enigmatic public figure who transforms the world for good, for a while. Basically, the last person you'd tap as Satan's human emissary. While many believe the Anti-christ has come and gone, just as many believe he will soon arrive, if he's not already in our midst. Join us for harrowing look at an evil so obscure that he answers only to Satan. Our group of prophecy believers and historical experts will help to sort out if the Anti-Christ is real. We follow the emergence of the Anti-christ from pre-Judaic texts, through the Book of Daniel and Revelation, into Christian writings of the Middle Ages, and other religious traditions as well. Aided by interviewees both religious and secular, comprised of eminent clergy, scholars, historians, psychologists, and culture makers, we'll examine the evil enigma from every conceivable angle.

  • Suspense Theatre: The Case Against Paul ...
    by George Freund on March 10, 2015 at 5:14 PM
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    Sergeant Ryker is a film directed by Buzz Kulik. It stars Lee Marvin and Bradford Dillman. The film was originally broadcast as a two-part episode The Case Against Paul Ryker of 1963's Kraft Suspense Theatre. It was released as a feature film in 1968 to capitalise on Marvin's popularity from The Dirty Dozen. Its second run paired it as a double feature with Counterpoint.


    Sgt. Ryker is charged with Korean War treason, court-martialed, prosecuted by Capt. David Young, convicted and sentenced to die.

    His wife, Ann, insists that Ryker received an inadequate defense. She believes her husband's story that he had been on a secret mission, assigned to it by a superior officer who has since died and can no longer vouch for him.

    Capt. Young is not only persuaded to get General Bailey's approval for a new trial, he volunteers to defend Ryker this time. A grateful Ryker ends up furious when he discovers a romantic attachment is developing between his wife and the captain.

    The new prosecutor, Maj. Whitaker, unearths new evidence damning to the defendant's case. At the last minute, though, Young produces a sergeant named Winkler who verifies Ryker's story, setting him free.


    Lee Marvin as Sgt. Paul Ryker

    Bradford Dillman as Capt. David Young

    Vera Miles as Ann Ryker

    Peter Graves as Maj. Whitaker

    Lloyd Nolan as Gen. Amos Bailey

    Norman Fell as Sgt. Max Winkler

  • While Clinton Hid Emails, $6 Billion Wen...
    by George Freund on March 10, 2015 at 12:37 PM
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    Friday, March 6, 2015 Aaron Dykes Activist Post

    The political world is swarming over revelations that Hillary Clinton hid her emails during her time as Secretary of State.

    She apparently went so far in shielding her official correspondence from public scrutiny that her team set up the private domain, used cover names for family members and reportedly ran a server for the mail client out of her home. Hillary publicly tweeted to dispel concerns about secrecy, dubiously claiming ‘I want the public to see my email.’

    But serious concerns have been raised about her trail of secrecy, and the potential for classified information to have been exposed to foreign entities, spies, hackers and the like:

    “The former Secretary’s tweet does not answer questions about why this was not done when she left office, the integrity of the emails while she controlled them, the scheme to conceal them, or the failure to provide them in logical course,” said committee spokesman Jamal Ware. (source)

    Perhaps the most serious accusation facing Clinton is that she may have breached one of the fundamental tenets of classified information. J William Leonard, former director of the body that keeps watch over executive branch secrets, the Information Security Oversight Office, told the Guardian that if Clinton had dealt with confidential government matters through her personal email, that would have been problematic. “There is no such thing as personal copies of classified information. All classified information belongs to the US government and it should never leave the control of the government.” (source)

    After all, it was the infamous hacker ‘Guccifer’ who revealed the scheme, not GOP enemies or ‘accountable’ officials in government.

    Otherwise, would the world have ever known?

    But Wait, There’s More… Much More Being Covered Up

    But the emails – if they are ever disclosed to the public – are not the half of it.

    They are the proverbial tip of the iceberg of secrecy.

    Recall that not even a year ago, it was quietly disclosed that the Hillary Clinton State Dept. “misplaced” more than $6 billion dollars that remain unaccounted for. TheWashington Times reported about the losses under Sec. Clinton:

    The State Department misplaced and lost some $6 billion due to the improper filing of contracts during the past six years, mainly during the tenure of former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, according to a newly released Inspector General report.

    The $6 billion in unaccounted funds poses a “significant financial risk and demonstrates a lack of internal control over the Department’s contract actions,” according to the report.

    The obvious implication here is to cover up corruption and sweetheart deals, such as contracts to spouses and friends, with missing documents in numerous government contracts for the war in Iraq and much more:

    The situation “creates conditions conducive to fraud, as corrupt individuals may attempt to conceal evidence of illicit behavior by omitting key documents from the contract file,” the report concluded.

    It would seem very little was account for – by definition – since the Clinton State Dept. had a vacancy for the critical Inspector General position, responsible for oversight and department spending, during the ENTIRE 5 year tenure of Hillary Clinton there.

    It was the longest vacancy in the entire history of the department. In February 2012, a year before Clinton left office in February 2013, the Project on Government Oversight (POGO) reported:

    The longest vacancy has been at the State Department, which has gone 1,484 days—over four years—without a permanent IG, at a time when the Department has taken on the responsibility and challenge of managing scandal-prone private security contractors in war zones. As of today, there are seven IG positions that have been vacant for more than a year.

    So much for the already absurd ‘most transparent administration ever’ claim of the Obama Administration.

    That means no one even pretended to keep Sec. Clinton and her department accountable during her reign.

    After Hillary stepped down, embroiled in “what difference does make” Benghazi bullsh*t, and John Kerry took over, one Steve A. Linick was appointed as Inspector General of the State Dept. As IG, Linick discovered $6 billion in unaccounted funds “due to improper filing of contracts during the past six years.”

    What else will be found – with an as-yet untold covert role by the State Dept. in the meddling of Libya, Egypt, Syria and other players in the Arab Spring uprising, the covert financing of jihadi rebels as well as ISIS, and in the mounting tensions with Russia, China and other key players around the world?

    How much more has been kept secret – beyond just emails – that the public will never know about?

    But alas, I guess secrecy and the Clintons have long gone together like peas and carrots, peanut butter and jelly or power and abuse.

    Aaron Dykes is a co-founder of, where this first appeared. As a writer, researcher and video producer who has worked on numerous documentaries and investigative reports, he uses history as a guide to decode current events, uncover obscure agendas and contrast them with the dignity afforded individuals as recognized in documents like the Bill of Rights.

  • SUPERTRAMP Crime of the Century
    by George Freund on March 10, 2015 at 10:19 AM
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    While poaching is evil the song to me reflects the evils of the secret elites who enslave the world. This was the best rendition of the song I could find. 

    Crime of the Century is the third album by English rock band Supertramp, released in 1974. Crime of the Century was their commercial breakthrough on both sides of the Atlantic, aided by the UK hit "Dreamer" and the U.S. hit "Bloody Well Right". It was a UK Top 10 album and a U.S. Top 40 album, eventually being certified Gold in the U.S. in 1977 after the release of Even in the Quietest Moments.... The album was Supertramp's first to feature drummer Bob Siebenberg (at the time credited as Bob C. Benberg), woodwinds player John Anthony Helliwell, bassist Dougie Thomson, and co-producer Ken Scott.

    The album's dedication reads "To Sam", which is a nickname for Stanley August Miesegaes, the Dutch millionaire who supported the band financially from 1969-72.

    Crime of the century

    Now they're planning the crime of the century

    Well what will it be?

    Read all about their schemes and adventuring

    It's well worth the fee

    So roll up and see

    And they rape the universe

    How they've gone from bad to worse

    Who are these men of lust, greed, and glory?

    Rip off the masks and let's see

    But that's no right - oh no, what's the story?

    There's you and there's me

    That can't be right

  • Doomsday Preppers S3 E4 Will They Make I...
    by George Freund on March 10, 2015 at 9:13 AM
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    This is a controverial episode since National Geographic used a convicted felon, and he possessed a firearm. His plan was to rob to survive. Many will mimic that plan I'm sure. I advocate Christian prepping where we plan to share and work together. We will see into the robber's mind here. They also illustrate dealing with medical emergencies. You may have to. We used to joke and call it the home surgery club at work. However, that's all you might have. Do stock up on first aid supplies and take a course on it

    Doomsday Preppers is an American reality television series that airs on the National Geographic Channel. The program profiles various survivalists, or "preppers", who are preparing to survive the various circumstances that may cause the end of civilization, including economic collapse, societal collapse, and electromagnetic pulse. The quality of their preparations is graded by the consulting company Practical Preppers, who provide analysis and recommendations for improvements.

    In Tacoma, Wash., Tyler and his followers have put back some prepper supplies, and they have a remote, 15-acre farm, but they plan to become marauders after a catastrophic terrorist attack and the subsequent imposition of martial law. They plan to attack other preppers in the area ? Tyler is making a map ? to take their stores of food, supplies, weapons and ammunition. To that end, they are building homemade body armor from bathroom tiles wrapped in fiberglass and duct tape, and coated with roofing tar, combined with plates of scrap metal and old metal fence. Tyler has tested the prototype by strapping it on and having his cousin Chris shoot him in the stomach with a 12-gauge shotgun.

    Tyler also expect the military to take control of hospitals, where he expects they would arrest and detain an "apex predator" – his words – like him. So, he's been reading books on medicine and surgery, and laying in stocks of rudimentary medical supplies. If his catastrophe happens before his pregnant wife gives birth, he plans to then do a C-section on her in his barn, which he will sanitize by laying down some plastic sheeting.

    Kevin has moved his family from a suburban neighborhood in Kansas to Costa Rica "to escape America's economic collapse" and the worldwide impact that will have. He believes Costa Rica offers a more self-reliant, basic way of life. That appears to be an accurate assessment of the Central American country, where the electrical grid already fails Kevin regularly, even before the collapse of the U.S. dollar.

    He has about 18 months of supplies stored away, but also has added chickens, a garden and an aquaponics system for tilapia and vegetables. He powers that system with solar energy. In addition to supplying high-quality protein for the family, Kevin plans to use the fish in a local bartering system after money has no value. He and his family are learning Spanish to become part of the "us" of the local Spanish-speaking community rather than remaining "a them" in the event of a catastrophe.

    The show's expert assessors noted that both scenarios for which tonight's preppers were preparing are highly unlikely. They appreciated the creativity Tyler put into creating his body armor, but really said nothing about its effectiveness. They also suggested he might want to become part of the solution in a post-apocalyptic world rather than create new problems.

    Kevin, they said, needs to add backup pumps and plumbing supplies to support and maintain his aquaponics system.

    Tyler seems to have a Road Warrior fantasy about the future, with him as the dominant warrior and leader of the pack. He probably won't survive more than one or two marauding missions against neighboring preppers. His armor protects some of his vital organs and much of his head, but leaves about 60-70 percent of his body open to attack.

    The show didn't really give much information about his would-be gang members, so it's difficult to assess the overall survival rate of the group after the collapse of society. Their leader has sort of given away the element of surprise they may have had over the other preppers in their area that they plan to raid and pillage.

    Kevin's choice of a Central American country as his refuge from a worldwide collapse of society and systems might be questioned given that some travel websites and some nations have issued warnings to tourists of serious and violent crime in Costa Rica.


    Tyler Smith, the leader of the "Marauders" featured in this episode was arrested and booked on two counts of second-degree unlawful possession of a firearm because he was a previously convicted child sex offender and was legally barred from possessing firearms. During the episode, Smith also described his plans to commit armed robbery in the episode. Asked for comment on Smith’s arrest, National Geographic issued a statement stating: "We are aware of the arrest, and have decided not to air this episode until all legal matters are sorted out." The episode was eventually aired.

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