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  • Madeleine McCann | Sunday Night | Exclus...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 25, 2017 at 12:03 AM
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    The Tip That Went Nowhere

    There's an old TV show called The Untouchables. The clues followed the wake of their yachts. However, the deceivers have the mass audience. They will never reveal the truth. Our world is controlled by pedophiles. They're in high levels of government and worse the shadow government.


    Now you have a better idea what most likely happened. Of course you need to change the channel to find the truth. I've preached it for years from a studio in Toronto. There are many other mysteries solved in my sandbox. From Sandy Hook to MH370 answers were found.

  • The Einstein Gravity Myth and Fraud Expo...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 24, 2017 at 10:17 AM
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  • Feeling the control? You can change the ...
    by George Freund on April 23, 2017 at 9:50 PM
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    Another trip down memory lane to April 8. 2010. What a deja vu? I'm sick today, and I was sick then as well. But that didn't stop us from slaying dragons.

    The rules of changed. It's official there are none. The Scrabble Code says the ghosts of war are loose. 'Diplomat' smokes his shoes causing chaos, D.C. police radio goes down, Masonic cyphers; Gov. Gen. gets the boot from the Bilderberg King; Karzai to join the Taliban; RBC banker goes over the 'edge' at secret KKK revival location; 'r' Woodmen of the World a front? In a mine Trilateralists, CFR, MK Ultra Dean, NSA, DIA, ONI, CIA, USAF, UK Atomic Energy making alphabet soup in West Virginia; Clinton's millions for 'change'; millennium equations need to be solved million $ prize; in a mine Nazi gold; the plot to kill Patton confirmed; Ahmadinejad's strange bedfellows; Submission is not a successful strategy; Kyrgyzstan regime change; Brooke Shields French royal connected to Vatican banking; BBC presenters shed clothes; real journalists shot; Feeling the control? Change the channel.

    Murdoch Mysteries S3 EP3 Victor, Victorian

    Stone Mountain Park was the sight of the revival of the Klu Klux Klan on November 25, 1915. The robed and hooded men were led by William J. Simmons. Included were the Knights of Mary Phagan a group that lynched Leo Frank. Oaths were administered by Nathan Bedford Forrest II, the grandson of the original Imperial Grand Wizard, Gen. Nathan B. Forrest, and was witnessed by the owner of Stone Mountain, Samuel Venable.

    William Simmons was a Colonel in another 'secret' society called Woodmen of the World.

    Massey Energy Company NYSE: MEE is a coal extractor in the United States with substantial operations in West Virginia, Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee.

    Board of directors

    Don Blankenship, chairman and CEO, Massey Energy

    James B. Crawford, former chairman and CEO, James River Coal Company

    General Robert H. Foglesong, retired four-star general, U.S. Air Force

    Richard M. Gabrys, former vice chairman, Deloitte & Touche LLP

    Admiral Bobby Inman, former director, National Security Agency

    Barbara, Lady Judge, chairman, United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority

    Dan R. Moore, chairman, Moore Group, Inc.

    Baxter F. Phillips Jr., president, Massey Energy

    Stanley C. Suboleski, former commissioner, Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission

    In response to a prolonged citizen campaign on the environment, on May 29, 2009 Ohio State University President E. Gordon Gee announced his resignation from the Board of Massey Energy Gee had said he believed he could do more environmental good on the board than off it. 

    Brown University:


    Cyberattack: U.S. Unready For Future Face Of War

    More Than One Universe? Bring 'Em On!

    Snail Mail Fail: Finland Post to Digitize Letters

    12-Year Old McDonald's Hamburger, Still Looking Good

    The McDonald's hamburger on the right is from 2008; the one on the left is from 1996. And they both look fairly edible.

    Paris Disneyland struck by worker suicides

    Iraqi medical doctors implicated in plundering body organs

    Anger over rushed digital economy bill leads to online lobbying effort

    Judge strikes fear into biotech industry with nullification of patents on human genes BRCA1


    Without a right to resist, we have a duty to submit -- and submission to unlawful police violence frequently results in serious injury, sexual assault, and death.

    The Gulag Archipelago, Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

    43 Journalists Murdered in Colombia

    Power of the pupils: Child 'spies' allowed to sabotage the careers of teachers

    Pope Ratzinger and the Bushes: Two Peas In a Pedophile Protection Pod

  • Star Trek S3 EP06 Spectre Of The Gun
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 22, 2017 at 10:23 AM
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    In this episode we use the power of the reality programmed into our minds to alter reality. There is an opinion nuclear weapons were never created at all. The events were faked. I find much merit in the argument. What if we manifest them as not being real as the crew does the bullets? Of course they will pass us by without causing any harm. An interesting concept. 


    "Spectre of the Gun" (originally titled "The Last Gunfight") is an episode from the third season of the American science fiction television series, Star Trek, that was first broadcast on October 25, 1968, and repeated on April 4, 1969. The show was the last episode to air on NBC at 10p.m. on Fridays. It is episode #61, production #56, and was written by former producer Gene L. Coon (under the pseudonym of Lee Cronin) and directed by Vincent McEveety.

    In the episode, having been found trespassing into Melkotian space, Captain Kirk and members of his crew are sent to die in a re-enactment of the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.


    The Federation starship USS Enterprise has been directed to make peaceful contact with the Melkotians on the planet Theta Kiokis II. As they near the planet, they encounter a buoy sending a warning signal to stay away, but Captain James T. Kirk orders the ship to remain on course. In orbit, Kirk joins First Officer Spock, Chief Engineer Montgomery Scott, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Leonard McCoy, and Navigator Ensign Pavel Chekov as they transport to the surface. The Melkotians, angered by their willful failure to heed the warning, instead place the landing party in a psychic illusion pulled from Kirk's memories. The landing party find themselves in an abstract landscape that appears as the wild West town of Tombstone, Arizona, though many buildings are simply facades and numerous details are missing. Further, they find their weapons have been changed from phasers to six-shooters, and they cannot contact the Enterprise.

    Exploring the town, they find that it is October 26, 1881, the date of the infamous gunfight at the O.K. Corral. The townspeople believe the landing party are members of the Cowboys: Kirk as Ike Clanton, Scotty as Billy Clanton, Bones as Tom McLaury, Spock as Frank McLaury, and Chekov as Billy Claiborne. Further, the Earp brothers, lawmen Virgil, Wyatt and Morgan Earp, and Doc Holliday are preparing to fight them at the appointed time.

    Knowing that in real history, the gunfight was fatal to most of the Cowboys, the Enterprise crew attempt to alter their fates through several means, but their efforts are unsuccessful. Further, when one of the townspeople, Sylvia, gets close to Chekov, Morgan Earp interferes and kills Chekov. Kirk is angered at the loss, but Spock reminds him that in the real history, Billy Claiborne had survived, meaning that there must be a way to change the result. Spock experiments with creating impromptu weapons to subdue the Earps before the shootout, but is surprised when the tranquilizer gas released from a gas grenade fails to work.

    The time of the shootout arrives and the landing party is teleported to the O.K. Corral, which the Earps are approaching. Kirk and the others believe they are about to die, but Spock realizes from the failure of the gas grenade that these events are all happening in their mind instead of reality, and that they must have strong will to believe they will not be harmed. Kirk has Spock mind-meld with the rest of the team to improve their will, and as Spock foresaw, they are not harmed when the shootout begins. They are able to physically subdue the Earps, sparing their lives and discarding their weapons. The Melkotians are impressed by the landing party's solution and return them, as well as a still living Chekov, to the Enterprise bridge. Because of their strong will and efforts to find a peaceful option instead of resorting to violence, the Melkotians apologize for their actions and welcome the Enterprise to begin discussions of peaceful relationships with the Federation.

    Caught in the alien trap

    They open fire, but...

    We have prepared our minds to counter the illusion.

    The bullets pass through the body without causing any wounds.

    The tables are now turned. What a brilliant interpretation of manifestation. After the spell is broken Chekhov returns to life. If we manifest ourselves out of the illusions the spin masters create, will we find the restore point that Christ gave us hope for. He said the truth would set us free. If we turn away from the lies and face the truth, will we break the spell and return to our Eden? We must think on that. 

  • Tales of the Gun Ten Guns That Changed t...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 21, 2017 at 9:04 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.

    Finale: "Ten Guns That Changed the World"

    The Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) is a family of United States automatic rifles (or machine rifles) and light machine guns used by the United States and numerous other countries during the 20th century. The primary variant of the BAR series was the M1918, chambered for the .30-06 Springfield rifle cartridge and designed by John Browning in 1917 for the U.S. Expeditionary Corps in Europe as a replacement for the French-made Chauchat and M1909 Benét–Mercié machine guns that US forces had previously been issued.

    Charles E. Kelly (September 23, 1920 – January 11, 1985) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration for valor—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II. Kelly was the first enlisted man to be decorated with the Medal of Honor for action on the European continent.

    The long rifle, also known as longrifle, Kentucky rifle, or Pennsylvania rifle, was one of the first commonly used rifles for hunting and warfare. It is characterized by an unusually long barrel, which is widely believed to be a largely unique development of American rifles that was uncommon in European rifles of the same period.

    Timothy Murphy (1751–1818) was a rifleman in the American Revolutionary War. At the Battle of Bemis Heights (Second Battle of Saratoga) on October 7, 1777, Murphy is reputed to have shot and killed Sir Francis Clerke and General Simon Fraser. Murphy's life is the subject of John Brick's 1953 novel, The Rifleman.

    17th Century Matchlock Arquebus 1580 - 1680

    Crafted in the Swedish style, this matchlock musket was typical of the matchlock musquettes used in both England and France during the first half of the 17th century. Indeed the Dutch and several German states took into use similar designs for their musketeers. It's wide use is documented in numerous drill manuals of the time along with numerous surviving examples (specimens in the Musée de l'Armée in Paris, the Tower of London, and the Royal Ontario Museum) . During the English Civil War this was considered a Regimental pattern and barrel lengths appeared to have varied from 42" to 48" inches. By 1660, this design had become obsolete in most armies. However some were retrofitted by replacing the lock with a newer design such as a dog lock. A beautiful example of this was found archaeologically off one of the sunken ships of Phipp's New England Army that attempted to capture Quebec in 1690. In addition as matchlocks were sold off, it is likely they would have found homes with the 17th century Pirates on the high seas.

    The M1 Garand is a .30 caliber semi-automatic rifle that was the standard U.S. service rifle during World War II and the Korean War and also saw limited service during the Vietnam War. Most M1 rifles were issued to U.S. forces, though many hundreds of thousands were also provided as foreign aid to American allies. The Garand is still used by drill teams and military honor guards. It is also widely used by civilians for hunting, target shooting, and as a military collectible.

    The AK-47, or AK as it is officially known (also known as the Kalashnikov) is a selective-fire (semi-automatic and automatic), gas-operated 7.62×39 mm assault rifle, developed in the Soviet Union by Mikhail Kalashnikov. It is officially known in the Soviet documentation as Avtomat Kalashnikova (Russian: Автомат Калашникова;).

    The Gewehr 98 (abbreviated G98, Gew 98 or M98) is a German bolt-action Mauser rifle firing cartridges from a 5-round internal clip-loaded magazine that was the German service rifle from 1898 to 1935, when it was replaced by the Karabiner 98k. The Gewehr 98 action, using stripper clip loading with the powerful 7.92×57mm Mauser cartridge. It was the main German infantry rifle of World War I and World War II. The Gewehr 98 saw further military use by the Ottoman Empire and Nationalist Spain. Many have been converted to sporting use.

    Brown Bess is a nickname of uncertain origin for the British Army's muzzle-loading smoothbore Land Pattern Musket and its derivatives. This musket was used in the era of the expansion of the British Empire and acquired symbolic importance at least as significant as its physical importance. It was in use for over a hundred years with many incremental changes in its design. These versions include the Long Land Pattern, the Short Land Pattern, the India Pattern, the New Land Pattern Musket and the Sea Service Musket.

    The M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, recoil-operated pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge. It served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1986. It was first used in later stages of the Philippine–American War, and was widely used in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War. 

    William Joseph O'Brien (1899 – July 7, 1944) was a United States Army officer and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II during the Battle of Saipan.

    The Colt Paterson is a revolver. It was the first commercial repeating firearm employing a revolving cylinder with multiple chambers aligned with a single, stationary barrel. Its design was patented by Samuel Colt on February 25, 1836, in the United States, France, and England, and it derived its name from being produced in Paterson, New Jersey. Initially this 5-shot revolver was produced in .28 caliber, with a .36 caliber model following a year later.

    The Maxim gun was a weapon invented by American-British inventor Hiram Stevens Maxim in 1883: it was the first recoil-operated machine gun. It has been called "the weapon most associated with the British imperial conquest", and likewise was used in colonial wars by other countries between 1886–1914.

    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 20, 2017 at 5:32 PM
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    "Even a couple of nuclear weapons could end the United States"

    A top nuclear expert has warned that virtually everybody in the world would die if World War 3 broke out as a result of a confrontation between the United States and Russia.

    Greg Mello, secretary and executive director of the Los Alamos Study Group, was asked how many people would die on the first day of a nuclear war.

    “Everybody in the world would die. Some people in the southern hemisphere might survive, but probably not even them, he responded.

    As the war hawks try to take us to the brink again, the lessons of On the Beach become pertinent again. You can't beat this all star cast from the glory days of film even though the movie was redone in 2000. The fallout will be vitually everywhere. No one wins a nuclear war. That's where the idea of MAD mutually assured destruction arose. Don't even think of war as an option any more. It isn't. The cities are sanitized. In real life they would be a real mess. It is quite the love story too. What would you do at the end of days?


    On the Beach is a 1959 American post-apocalyptic science fiction drama film from United Artists, produced and directed by Stanley Kramer, that stars Gregory Peck, Ava Gardner, Fred Astaire and Anthony Perkins. This black-and-white film is based on Nevil Shute's 1957 novel of the same name depicting the aftermath of a nuclear war. Unlike the novel, no blame is placed on whoever started the war; it is hinted in the film that the threat of annihilation may have arisen from an accident or misjudgment.


    In early 1964, in the months following World War III, the conflict has devastated the Northern Hemisphere, polluting the atmosphere with nuclear fallout, killing all life there. Air currents are slowly carrying the fallout south; the only areas still habitable are in the far reaches of the Southern Hemisphere.

    From Australia, survivors detect an incomprehensible Morse code signal coming from the West Coast of the United States. The last American nuclear submarine, USS Sawfish, under Royal Australian Navy command, is ordered to sail north to the United States to attempt to make contact with the sender of the Morse signal. The submarine is commanded by Captain Dwight Towers (Gregory Peck), who must leave his new friend, the alcoholic Moira Davidson (Ava Gardner).

    The Australian government arranges for its citizens to receive suicide pills or prepared injections so they may end things quickly before there is prolonged suffering from radiation sickness. An Australian naval officer, Peter Holmes (Anthony Perkins) and his wife, Mary, who is in denial about the impending disaster, have a baby daughter. Assigned to travel with the American sub for several weeks, Peter tries to explain to Mary how to euthanize their baby and then kill herself in case he is not yet home when the end comes; Mary reacts very emotionally to the prospect of killing her daughter and herself.

    One scientist's theory is that the radiation level near the Arctic Ocean could be lower than that found at the mid-Northern Hemisphere, which might indicate the radiation could disperse before reaching the Southern Hemisphere. The theory is to be explored along with the submarine's main mission. After sailing to Point Barrow, Alaska, they determine that radiation levels are, on the contrary, intensifying.

    Later, when the Sawfish arrives in the San Francisco Bay area, Captain Towers sees through the periscope that while the city has escaped nuclear annihilation, there appears to be no sign of any human life. Ralph Swain, one of the crewmen of the sub who has family in San Francisco, defies Captain Towers' orders by leaving the sub and going ashore into the city to look for his family, in the hopes that they have survived the radiation fallout and are still alive.

    The next morning, through a speaker from the Sawfish while he is fishing from a boat in the bay, Swain tells Captain Towers that while he did find his family, they are all dead like everyone else, apologizes for defying him, and announces his decision to spend his remaining last days on Earth in San Francisco (with the assurance that he can just go to San Francisco's many drugstores if he gets sick). Captain Towers understands Swain's motives and forgives him (even adding that there are no laws as to when Swain will eventually succumb to radiation sickness), but explains that they will not be coming back, and so Swain watches as the Sawfish submerges and leaves for San Diego, its next port of call.

    Near San Diego, the source of the radio signals, communications officer Lieutenant Sunderstrom goes ashore in a radiation and oxygen suit. He has only one hour and will be alerted by a siren from the sub every 15 minutes. He discovers that the mysterious signal comes from a power station, but it is not a human survivor —- just a tilted Coca-Cola bottle hanging by its neck from an open window shade's pull cord; random ocean breezes bump the bottle against a "live" telegraph key to send the random signals. Sunderstrom stands the bottle upright and uses proper Morse Code to send a message describing the bleak situation. He returns to the sub before the hour is up.

    Sawfish and her crew return to Australia and try to enjoy what pleasures remain to them before the end. Scientist Julian Osborn (Fred Astaire) wins the Australian Grand Prix in which many racers, with nothing left to lose, die in various accidents. Dwight and Moira embark on a weekend fishing trip in the country. Retreating to the resort for the night, they share a romantic interlude inside their room as, outside, a gathering storm howls. Returning to Melbourne, Towers learns one of his crew has developed radiation sickness; the deadly radiation has arrived in Melbourne.

    Osborn kills himself by carbon monoxide poisoning in his closed garage, with his race car's engine running. Others line up to receive their suicide pills. Mary Holmes becomes emotionally unbalanced and must be sedated. Later, she regains lucidity in time for her, Peter and their baby daughter to face the end by, it is implied, consuming the fatal drug.

    Dwight wants to stay with Moira, but many of his remaining crew want to head for home to die in the U.S.; Commander Towers chooses his duty over his love for Moira and joins his crew as they attempt to make it back to the radioactive ruins of America. Moira watches as the USS Sawfish leaves Australian territorial waters and then submerges for the final voyage home.

    Within a few days, the last pocket of humanity is dead and Melbourne is entirely deserted. The deserted, windblown streets of Melbourne are punctuated by the rise of dramatic, strident music over a single powerful image of a previously seen Salvation Army street banner that pleads to the world, to the future: "There is still time... Brother." Nuclear war and the end of humanity can still be prevented.

  • THE TIME TUNNEL EP. 16 The Revenge of Ro...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 20, 2017 at 1:46 PM
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    Rights were never given. They were taken by force of arms by stalwart men. That is why you have the right to bear arms. It is to maintain the rights taken. After the arms are taken away, the rights will surely follow. The Magna Carta gave something we were never taught. It was life, liberty and estate a piece of the action shall we say. It was replaced with the pursuit of happiness. 

    Magna Carta: The Ugly Truth


    The Time Tunnel is a 1966-1967 U.S. color science fiction TV series, written around a theme of time travel adventure and starring James Darren and Robert Colbert. The show was inspired by the 1964 movie The Time Travelers (AIP/Dobil), and was creator-producer Irwin Allen's third science fiction television series, released by 20th Century Fox Television and broadcast on ABC. The show ran for one season of 30 episodes. Reruns are viewable on cable and by Internet streaming. A pilot for a new series was produced in 2002, although it was not picked up.

    Project Tic-Toc is a top secret U.S. government effort to build an experimental time machine, known as "The Time Tunnel" due to its appearance as a cylindrical hallway. The base for Project Tic-Toc is a huge, hidden underground complex in Arizona, 800 floors deep and employing over 36,000 people. The directors of the project are Dr. Douglas Phillips (Robert Colbert), Dr. Anthony Newman (James Darren), and Lt. General Heywood Kirk (Whit Bissell). The specialists assisting them are Dr. Raymond Swain (John Zaremba), a foremost expert in electronics, and Dr. Ann MacGregor (Lee Meriwether), an electro-biologist supervising the unit that determines how much force and heat a time traveler is able to withstand. The series is set in 1968, two years into the future of the actual broadcast season, 1966-67.


    Project Tic-Toc is in its tenth year when United States Senator Leroy Clark (Gary Merrill) comes to investigate in order to determine whether the project, which has cost 7.5 billion dollars, is worth continuing. Senator Clark feels the project is a waste of government funds. When speaking to Phillips, Kirk, and Newman in front of the Time Tunnel, he delivers an ultimatum: either they send someone into time and return him during the course of his visit or their funding will cease. Tony volunteers for this endeavor, but he is turned down by project director Doug Phillips. Defying this decision, Tony sends himself into time. Doug follows shortly after to rescue him, but they both continue to be lost in time. Senator Clark returns to Washington with the promise that funding will not be cut off to the project, leaving General Kirk in charge.

    16 "The Revenge of Robin Hood" William Hale Leonard Stadd December 30, 1966 June 14, 1215 King John's Castle, England

    The Earl of Huntington, formerly Robin Hood, is petitioning King John to sign the Magna Carta, or the barons (who have raised armies) will overthrow the king. Dr. Phillips has arrived just outside the throne room and overhears the end of the conversation. When King John orders his men to arrest the Earl of Huntington, Huntington puts up a valiant fight (with swordplay) but is apprehended when he runs into Dr. Phillips on his way out. They are questioned by the king as to where the barons are meeting, but when they don't give up the information, they are taken to the dungeon to be tortured for the information. Dr. Newman had arrived earlier in the dungeon, and when the time is right, he overcomes the guards and frees the two prisoners. Tony and Doug manage to escape, but Huntington does not. On their way to warn the barons, Tony and Doug are caught by the Merry Men. After escaping the king's men, rescuing the Earl of Huntington and kidnapping the king, the episode ends with King John reluctantly signing the Magna Carta.

  • China, Russia send spy ships after U S a...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 17, 2017 at 9:51 PM
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    Published on Apr 16, 2017

    North Korea| China and Russia have dispatched intelligence-gathering vessels from their navies to chase the USS Carl Vinson nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, which is heading toward waters near the Korean Peninsula.

    These ships should be capable of scrambling communications and guidance systems of U.S. and allied navies. We are at a grave point in history. 

  • Designated Survivor S1 EP5 The Mission
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 17, 2017 at 2:51 PM
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    Designated Survivor is an American political drama television series created by David Guggenheim, and starring Kiefer Sutherland, airing on ABC. The project skipped the pilot stage and was ordered straight to series on December 14, 2015, followed by a formal announcement on May 6, 2016. The first season premiered on September 21, 2016, with a full season order of 22 episodes coming eight days later.


    On the night of the State of the Union address, an explosion claims the lives of the President and all members of his Cabinet except for U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Tom Kirkman, who has been named the designated survivor. Kirkman is immediately sworn in as President, unaware that the attack is just the beginning of what is to come.

    5 "The Mission" Paul Edwards Sang Kyu Kim & Michael Russell Gunn October 26, 2016 

    Kirkman dispatches a team of Navy SEALs to Algeria after learning that the government helped Majid Nassar elude custody; Wells learns the truth about MacLeish's movements on the night of the bombing; and Alex learns that someone from her past has made a damning allegation.

  • The Borgias S02E02 Paolo
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 16, 2017 at 5:23 PM
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    The Borgias is a historical-fiction drama television series created by Neil Jordan; it debuted in 2011 and was canceled in 2013.

    The series is set around the turn of the 16th century and follows the Borgia family. It stars Jeremy Irons as Pope Alexander VI with François Arnaud as Cesare, Holliday Grainger as Lucrezia and David Oakes as Juan. Colm Feore also stars as Cardinal della Rovere.

    The series follows the rise of the Borgia family to the pinnacle of the Roman Catholic Church and their struggles to maintain their grip on power. The beginning of the first season depicts the election of Rodrigo Borgia to the papacy through simony and bribery, with the help of his sons, Cesare and Juan. Upon winning the election, Rodrigo Borgia becomes Pope Alexander VI, which then thrusts him and his family deep into the murky heart of politics in fifteenth-century Europe: from shifting loyalties within the College of Cardinals to the ambitions of the kings of Europe to the venomous rivalries between the noble families of Italy at the time.

    11 2 "Paolo" Neil Jordan Neil Jordan April 15, 2012 0.534

    The Pope decides to see for himself the conditions in the streets of Rome and after realising the extreme poverty enlists Giulia to try and tackle the issue. Paolo, the father of Lucrezia's child, arrives in Rome seeking her. With the help of a prostitute he manages to meet Lucrezia again but they are seen by Juan who is angry that his sister would love a commoner. Cesare and his mother organise one night for Paolo and Lucrezia to be together again so that he can meet his child, on the condition he leaves Rome immediately after. This he does only to be caught and killed by Juan.

    An abject lesson in the dangers of travel in the old days. You were victim to highwaymen. At this point in the show you see the quick response from a potential victim. It is a universal thing the law of the jungle is the only law. The small concealable revolver probably made the most of keeping the peace. The warning shot with spark and flame and noise inspires respect to be sure. We are not as vulnerable today with our police and telephones. In a societal collapse expect the unexpected. 

    Feel no remorse. The potential robbers, rapists and murderers would have been content to leave you at the side of the road. They chose to open a portal to the karma they were manifesting. That was their free will choice. Your response to their choice comes without burdens. Don't make any. As you go in a failed state security and stamina will be paramount. 

  • James the Just - Part 1
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 16, 2017 at 9:55 AM
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    Streamed live on May 21, 2016

    Weekly Sabbath Teachings from Matthew Nolan of Torah to the Tribes in Salem, Oregon

    This was the second sermon. It was posted out of sequence.

    James the Just

    James the Just was the oldest brother of Jesus and one of the leaders of the early Christian community in Jerusalem. He was also known as James the Righteous. Both words, "just" and "righteous", refer to his honesty, piety and strict ascetic practices. Because of his importance in the early church, a letter attributed to him was included in the New Testament as the Epistle of James. But his leadership role put him in jeopardy during periods of persecution, and he was eventually put to death in Jerusalem in 62 AD.

    The gospels first mention James in Matthew 13:55 and Mark 6:3, where he is listed along with three other brothers of Jesus and some un-named sisters. According to John 7:5, James and the other brothers initially didn't approve of Jesus' ministry. But they did become followers later, and were members of the early community of believers who lived in Jerusalem after Jesus departed.

    James and the other early believers in Jerusalem still regarded themselves as Jews. They worshiped regularly in the main Jewish Temple, and they continued to adhere to the old Jewish religious laws. Outsiders regarded them as a new Jewish sect and called them Nazarenes, a name of uncertain origin.

    After Paul began to convert non-Jews to the faith, a dispute arose over whether these new converts had to follow the old Jewish religious laws, and in particular whether the males needed to be circumcised. At some point, possibly in 48 AD, Paul traveled to Jerusalem to try to resolve the issue. According to Acts 15:19, it was James who made the final decision. This was a compromise that allowed new male converts to remain uncircumcised, but required them to adhere to certain other traditional Jewish laws. The fact that James made the final decision indicates that at this time he was the highest authority in the existing Christian community.

    Further evidence for the importance of his role is found in the Gospel of Thomas. According to Saying 12 of this gospel, the disciples said to Jesus:

    "We are aware that you will depart from us. Who will be our leader?"

    Jesus answered: "No matter where you come from, it is to James the Just that you shall go, for whose sake heaven and earth have come to exist."

    This passage indicates that Jesus designated James to take over the leadership of the community after he departed. Although the Gospel of Thomas isn't part of the New Testament, many scholars believe that it contains some authentic sayings of Jesus.

    But the overall leadership gradually shifted from James to Paul. This happened because the number of converts in other cities grew rapidly, and soon far outnumbered the members of the original group in Jerusalem. Paul founded many of the new churches and remained in contact with their members, whereas James stayed in Jerusalem and had little communication with converts in other areas. Naturally these new converts tended to look to Paul, not James, for leadership. Even so, James was still regarded as an important leader at the time of his death in 62 AD.

    Some biblical scholars suspect that later Christians intentionally downplayed the role of James in the early Christian movement. Wanting to emphasize their independence from Judaism, and aware that he adhered to the old Jewish religious practices, they may have tried to minimize his importance.

    The most complete description of James the Just is found in Saint Jerome's De Viris Illustribus, which quotes from the fifth book of Hegesippus' lost Commentaries:

    After the apostles, James the brother of the Lord surnamed the Just was made head of the Church at Jerusalem. Many indeed are called James. This one was holy from his mother's womb. He drank neither wine nor strong drink, ate no flesh, never shaved or anointed himself with ointment or bathed. He alone had the privilege of entering the Holy of Holies, since indeed he did not use woolen vestments but linen and went alone into the temple and prayed in behalf of the people, insomuch that his knees were reputed to have acquired the hardness of camels' knees.

    Although some parts of this passage may not be accurate, it does confirm the idea that James was called the Just because of his piety and ascetic lifestyle.

    James died in 62 AD, apparently as a result of conflicts with the Jewish authorities in Jerusalem. According to the historian Josephus, a Jewish council condemned him "on the charge of breaking the law," then had him executed by stoning. Josephus says that this action was very unpopular with many of the citizens of Jerusalem, and that many of them viewed it as a political murder.

    Another account of James' death was reported by Eusebius. It says that the Pharisees, upset by his teachings, threw him from the summit of the Temple, stoned him, then broke his skull with a fuller's club.

    According to church tradition, James was the author of the New Testament Epistle of James. But because this letter is written in fluent Greek, some scholars doubt that a native Aramaic speaker like James could have written it. However, other scholars contend that someone else could have helped James write it, or that it could be a translation of what he said. Supporting this opinion is the fact that the letter seems to reveal an authoritative leader based in Palestine, and many of the views expressed in it appear to differ from those of Paul. If this letter does come directly from James, it could be one of the earliest known Christian writings, and possibly the only one written by someone who knew Jesus personally.

    Another ancient writing associated with James is the Secret Gospel of James, which is also called the Apocryphon of James ("apocryphon" is Greek for "secret book"). This work is called a secret gospel because it claims to contain secret revelations which Jesus made to James after the resurrection. Most scholars believe that it is a mostly fictional work written by an unknown person who used James' name to try to give it legitimacy. Because ancient church officials doubted its authenticity, it was excluded from the New Testament.

    Some Christians think that James was actually a step-brother of Jesus, or possibly only a cousin, because they believe that Mary remained a virgin throughout her life and therefore couldn't have given birth to any children except Jesus. But Matthew, Mark, Paul, Josephus, and Hegesippus all appear to say that James was a full brother, and most modern scholars have reached the same conclusion.

    In 2002 Andre Lemaire of the Sorbonne University in Paris reported that an ancient ossuary bearing the inscription Ya aqov bar Yosef akhui Yeshua ("James son of Joseph brother of Jesus") had been discovered in Israel. An ossuary is a stone box which Jews of the New Testament period used as a storage vessel for the bones of dead relatives. Although James, Joseph, and Jesus were all common names of the period, some people believed that the inscription on this ossuary indicated that it had held the bones of James the Just. But the Israeli Antiquities Authority soon concluded that the inscription is a modern forgery. Several people were arrested, and some forgery equipment and partially completed forgeries were recovered.

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    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 15, 2017 at 10:12 PM
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    THE United States has successfully test dropped a nuclear gravity bomb.

    By Tom Evans / Published 15th April 2017

    Just a day after Donald Trump unleashed "The Mother of All Bombs", the US National Nuclear Security Administration announced the successful field test in Nevada.

    The device dropped was a modernised gravity nuclear bomb.

    The NNSA and the US Air Force completed the first qualification flight test of the B61-12 gravity nuclear bomb at the Tonopah Test Range.

    It comes as war tensions reach boiling point in North Korea – with another nuclear test expected this weekend.

    DROPPED: The US has tested a nuclear gravity bomb

    The test was intended to evaluate the weapon’s “non-nuclear functions” and the capability of the F-16 fighter to successfully deploy the bomb.

    An F-16 fighter from Nellis Air Force Base dropped the “non-nuclear test assembly".

    The B61-12 is a modernised version of the B61 gravity bomb – the mainstay of the Air Force’s nuclear arsenal.

    Paul Waugh claimed the test will "ensure the future for bombers and dual-capable aircraft supporting NATO".

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