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  • JFK to 911 Everything Is A Rich Man's Tr...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 20, 2017 at 11:39 AM
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    Everything Is A Rich Man's Trick Published on Nov 19, 2014

    The who, how & why of the JFK assassination. Taken from an historical perspective starting around world war 1 leading to present day. We hope after watching this video you will know more about what happened in the past and how the world is run today.

  • The Tillman Story
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 19, 2017 at 9:52 PM
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    The Tillman Story is a 2010 American documentary film directed by Amir Bar-Lev. The film is about the death of football player turned U.S. Army Ranger, Pat Tillman, in the war in Afghanistan, the coverup of the true circumstances of his death, and his family's struggle to unearth the truth. It was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. It was named 2010 Best Documentary by the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, the St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association, and the Florida Film Critics Circle. The film is narrated by Josh Brolin.

    Pat Tillman was a defensive back with the Arizona Cardinals, but decided to walk away from a multimillion-dollar contract to go to Afghanistan in 2002. After Tillman was killed, an investigation showed that he died by friendly fire. Tillman's family says they learned weeks later that the inspiring story the military had publicized was false. The film shows a paper trail — including a leaked top-secret document known as a P4 Memo, sent to the White House by Gen. Stanley McChrystal.[5] Bar-Lev follows Pat’s mother, Mary (also known as "Dannie"), as she goes through 3,000 pages of redacted documents trying to uncover the facts.

    Bar-Lev began work on the documentary in 2007 during the congressional hearings on the incident. He asked the family for their cooperation for seven months until they agreed to participate.


    The film currently has a 93% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 82 reviews.

    Ann Hornaday in The Washington Post gave the documentary three and a half out of four stars, calling it "masterful" and "unsettling." Rolling Stone's Peter Travers wrote: "This documentary succeeds triumphantly on so many levels that its full impact doesn't hit you until you have time to register its will get under your skin." Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly graded the film a "B+", saying it is "morally incisive."

    God bless you son. The fight is ours now. They lied. They all lied and covered up the truth. Is it a stretch they lied about 9/11? I don't think so. 

  • Everybody's Listening to Conspiracy Cafe...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 19, 2017 at 9:31 PM
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    We return to the That Channel studios for a blast from the past August 19, 2010. We remember the laser on the X-37B being a major suspect in the satellite weather weapon. We fast forward to 2017. Has anything changed?

    Was Vigilant Eagle cover for Stevens assassination? U.S. troops bug out of Iraq; private mercenaries take over the war; Obama's fake gulf swim; University of Georgia report the oil is still there; massive fish die off; the blue plague; Pentagon report on China; rumors of war; Russian fires, Pakistani flood, Chinese rains first strike in the weather war; the jet stream stops; The Tilman Story released. Everybody's listening to Conspiracy Cafe.

    It was a Power Hour morning

    Ex-U. S. senator said he'd die in an air crash

    Former U.S. senator Ted Stevens among 5 dead in Alaska plane crash

    William "Bill" Phillips Sr. of Germantown, among Stevens plane crash victims


    "The Wisconsin Model"



    State Department Awarding Private Contractors Up to $10 Billion to Safeguard Embassies

    Just like in JAWS come on in the water's fine. 

    Obama To Swim Or Not To Swim, O Stays At Bay

    St. Andrew's Bay is sealed off from the Gulf

    BP oil spill: scientists find giant plume of droplets 'missed' by official account

    Oil remains deep beneath the Gulf of Mexico, study shows

    The Gulf BLUE PLAGUE is Evolving

    Drought, Fire, and Grain in Russia

    Is the CIA playing the HAARP in Pakistan?

    Should the West worry about Iran's Bushehr plant?

    US military's top secret X-37B shuttle 'disappears' for two weeks, changes orbit

    Harvard University fund sells all Israel holdings

    Groundbreaking US-Russian hijacking drill ends


    A view of a tarp covered West Wing of the White House

    Oil in Afghanistan

    The Tillman Story

    Pat Tillman's Mom: McChrystal Helped in Cover-Up


    GMO Crop Sabotage on the Rise: French citizens destroy trial vineyard

    Blood diamonds and Charles Taylor: the inside story

    Did the George Soros divestment in Petrobras precede a reinvestment?


  • Coast To Coast AM - Internet Future, Ast...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 19, 2017 at 12:00 PM
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    November 12, 2017

    Moses Ma is a business visionary who has led a diverse professional life spanning academia, science, technology, philosophy and business. A legendary game designer who created two of the world’s bestselling computer games, he joined Lisa Garr (email) in the first half to discuss the future of the internet. Ma recalled visiting a Buddhist psychic in southeast Asia in the 1980s who told him that he visualized “millions of people connected by a machine.” Armed with this insight, Ma returned to the U.S. and eventually helped to create the Top Gun video game in 1987, and later, some of the first internet video games. Ma is now interested in the concept of block chain networks, which he believes will change the way that all business is done by creating computer networks that rely on millions of host computers rather than a few servers. In this way it is theoretically uncontrollable by any single person or group, and is not vulnerable to attacks or failure.

    Ma said that concept that has been proven with the success of bitcoin which is an example of a block chain network. This is because any attempt to control the value of bitcoin would automatically decrease its value. As an example of the usefulness of this idea, Ma mentioned that UK musician Imogen Heap has already released a song using a blockchain model, which entitles the buyer to the entire architecture of the song, allowing them to remix or use any aspect of the composition. The inherent structure of the purchase automatically pays the composer every time the song is used in any format. He concluded that “blockchain will have a greater impact on humanity than bitcoin has had.”

  • The Border S2 EP4 Nothing to Declare
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 18, 2017 at 9:22 PM
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    The funny thing was this happened in the reverse. A Canadian fire truck was held up at the U.S. border. The smoke from the fire could be seen from the checkpoint. The episode plays well. There were lots of popups to close. I use McAfee. They stop them. 

    Anchorage restaurant burns

    The plot was more comedy than drama. The lackadaisical attitudes to a peace officer being shot stretch reality too much. However, the fact the Premier was affiliated with the FLQ bodes well for the skeleton closet being considered in politician's pasts. 


    The Border is a Canadian drama that aired on CBC Television and 20 other TV networks worldwide. It was created by Peter Raymont, Lindalee Tracey, Janet MacLean and Jeremy Hole of White Pine Pictures. The executive in charge of production is Janice Dawe. Episodes in the first season were directed by John Fawcett, Michael DeCarlo, Ken Girotti, Kelly Makin, Brett Sullivan and Philip Earnshaw. The first season had a total budget of 20 million dollars, with about 1.5 million dollars per episode.

    The Border is a Canadian drama that aired on CBC Television and 20 other TV networks worldwide. It was created by Peter Raymont, Lindalee Tracey, Janet MacLean and Jeremy Hole of White Pine Pictures. The executive in charge of production is Janice Dawe. Episodes in the first season were directed by John Fawcett, Michael DeCarlo, Ken Girotti, Kelly Makin, Brett Sullivan and Philip Earnshaw. The first season had a total budget of 20 million dollars, with about 1.5 million dollars per episode.

    The series is set in Toronto and follows agents of Immigration and Customs Security (ICS), a fictitious agency described as being created by the Government of Canada to deal with trans-border matters including terrorism and smuggling.

    17 4 "Nothing to Declare" Michael DeCarlo Denis McGrath October 20, 2008

    ICS investigates the rise of an ex-FLQ terrorist bomber, who had resurfaced with the letter to the Premier of Quebec. They trace the letter of a town called Hopkin's Hollow, divided between Canada and the United States. ICS agents must contend with the bomber, who had stayed hidden for decades, with bitter disputes over the town's border division.

  • The Wreck called Hillary Clinton
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 18, 2017 at 8:47 AM
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    Published on Nov 11, 2016

    A parody about the treachery of the Clintons throughout the years and their ultimate political demise at the hands of Donald Trump. Sung to the tune of "The Wreck of the Edmond Fitzgerald".

  • Star Trek S1E21 Tomorrow is Yesterday
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 16, 2017 at 9:48 PM
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    "Tomorrow Is Yesterday" is a first season episode of the American science fiction television series, Star Trek. It is episode #19, production #21, first broadcast on 26 January 1967, repeated 13 July 1967, and remastered in 2006 for syndication broadcast on 5 May 2007. The teleplay was written by D.C. Fontana and directed by Michael O'Herlihy.

    In the episode, the crew of the USS Enterprise travels back to 1968 Earth and must correct damage they caused to the timeline.


    On stardate 3113.2, the Federation starship USS Enterprise is thrown back in time to Earth during the 1960s by the effects of a high-gravity "black star". The Enterprise ends up in Earth's upper atmosphere, and is picked up as a UFO on military radar.

    A U.S Air Force F-104 interceptor piloted by Captain John Christopher (Roger Perry), is scrambled to identify the craft. The pilot, surprised to see the strange craft above him, is ordered to stop the Enterprise from escaping. Captain Kirk uses a tractor beam on the jet, which accidentally tears the plane apart. Kirk orders the pilot to be transported aboard the Enterprise to save him.

    The man is at first confused by his new surroundings, then amazed by what the future holds, and impressed and awed when he discovers that Enterprise is one of 12 such starships under the authority of a combined service and that the computer calls Kirk "Dear," having been overhauled on the female-dominated planet Cygnet XIV (the technicians there thought the computer needed a personality).

    Fearing Christopher could disrupt the timeline if returned to Earth after glimpsing the future, Kirk decides Christopher must stay with the Enterprise. After Science Officer Spock later discovers that the pilot's own as-yet-unborn son will play an important role in a future space mission to Saturn, Kirk realizes he must return Christopher to Earth, but without any knowledge of Enterprise or other future events.

    After learning of the existence of film taken of Enterprise by Christopher's wing cameras, Kirk and Lt. Sulu beam down to the airbase to recover it. Upon obtaining the relevant computer tapes, Kirk is captured and disarmed by an Air Policeman.

    When Spock attempts to contact Kirk via communicator, the policeman accidentally activates an emergency signal and is immediately beamed aboard. With yet another abducted and confused native to deal with, they confine him to the transporter room.

    Spock, Sulu, and Captain Christopher, knowledgeable of the base's layout, beam down to find and recover Kirk. After Kirk's guards are subdued, Christopher grabs one of their guns and demands to be left behind. Spock, out of the room, has himself transported to a position behind Christopher, where he disables him with a Vulcan nerve pinch.

    After they return to the ship, Spock and Chief Engineer Scott inform Kirk of a possible escape method by slingshotting around the Sun to break away and return to their time. The maneuver is risky, since even a small miscalculation could destroy the ship, or make them miss their own era.

    Kirk okays the maneuver, and time on board the Enterprise moves backwards. Capt. Christopher is beamed back to his fighter jet at the instant he first encountered the Enterprise, preventing any evidence of the ship being produced, which erases his memory of his time on the Enterprise, and the sighting is written off as just another UFO. The Air Policeman is also returned to his own time, just moments before he first stumbles upon Kirk and Sulu, and his memory of his Enterprise visit is erased, too. Enterprise then successfully returns to the 23rd century.

  • Anonymous: Shocking Footage - How Can An...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 15, 2017 at 8:33 AM
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    Monday, November 13, 2017 6:24

    Anonymous is the most famous 'hacktivist' group in the world. The informal nature of the group makes its mechanics difficult to define. Subsequently, without a formal organizational hierarchy, it?s difficult to explain Anonymous to the general public and the media. In this article, I?ll explain the history of the group, and offer some clarity on what?s misunderstood about them.

    ‘Hacktivist’ is a portmanteau of ‘hacker’ and ‘activist’. When people have technical skills, have access to the Internet, and understand how network infrastructure and servers work, it can be tempting to put that knowledge into having some effect on the world. The ‘activist’ part of ‘hacktivist’ means that they don’t do their hacking and cracking without a cause.

    The various people behind Anonymous worldwide are united in a belief that corporations and organizations they consider to be corrupt should be attacked. If you’re an administrator for a network that has little reason to be a target for social activists, your network and servers are unlikely to become a target for Anonymous.

    If for some reason you believe your network might become a target, I recommend testing it for handling DDoS attacks, as that’s the most common method Anonymous uses to bring down web servers.

    Not all of Anonymous’ activities involve attacking networks or websites. Anonymous has also been active in initiating public protests. But the web and IRC channels are the lifeblood of the group. If it weren’t for the Internet, Anonymous would’ve never existed.




    (of a person) not identified by name; of unknown name. “the anonymous author of Beowulf“

    having no outstanding, individual, or unusual features; unremarkable or impersonal.


    Vladimir Putin warns of future sci-fi super-human soldiers more ‘destructive than nuclear bombs’ who feel no fear or pain

    The time of the anti-Christ is upon us.

    Elon Musk has spoken out against the possible creation of an artificial intelligence (AI) god that humans could worship

  • Doug Casey Get Ready for the Greatest Me...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 12, 2017 at 8:39 PM
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  • THE INVADERS S2 EP11 The Prophet
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 11, 2017 at 9:00 PM
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    The Invaders is an American science fiction television program created by Larry Cohen that aired on ABC for two seasons, from January 10, 1967 to March 26, 1968. Dominic Frontiere, who had provided scores for Twelve O'Clock High and The Outer Limits, provided scores for The Invaders as well.

    The series was a Quinn Martin Production (Season One was produced in association with the ABC Television Network - or as it was listed in the end credits, "The American Broadcasting Company Television Network").

    11 "The Prophet" November 14, 1967

    David Vincent arrives at an evangelical meeting in order to investigate a 'prophet' who apparently glows red in similar fashion to that of dying aliens. The prophet Brother Avery (Pat Hingle) does indeed put on a glowing display but is led away by fellow aliens under the watchful eye of Brother John (Richard O'Brien) to a regeneration van parked outside of the backstage area. As Vincent tries to get close he is diverted away to a safe distance by 'security' guards. Vincent contacts a local journalist Bill Shay (Roger Perry) who, unknown to Vincent, is an alien and who warns Brother John. Vincent also seeks to infiltrate the faithful by introducing himself to Sister Claire (Zina Bethune).

    As the next service starts Brother John lures Vincent to a supposed Saucer landing site, but he is shot and killed by Vincent whilst trying to run him over. Later Vincent tries to get into Brother Avery's caravan quarters but is interrupted by Sister Claire, who will hear none of Vincent's wild ideas about aliens. David persists, however, and she eventually gets him the keys of the regeneration van. Once inside Vincent takes photos of the alien equipment, but meanwhile Brother Avery has suspected Sister Claire and orders her death. Alien journalist Bill Shay is sent to capture Vincent, but Vincent realizes that he is an alien and offers the photo-film for Sister Claire's safety. However, on returning to the stage hall, Vincent breaks free, kills Shay and other aliens and destroys the electrical power lines to the regeneration van. Brother Avery, realizing that his future is now threatened, takes his own life.


    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 11, 2017 at 10:01 AM
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    It is near the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month. We pause for remembrance today in Canada and the former Empire. Many of our finest sons and daughters gave their all fighting for a version of the New World Order they most likely never understood. Our wars are bankers wars. They still are. We sit at the precipice of more. Don't fall victim to the lies that open the doors to Satan's realm. No government or general can give orders to violate God's commandments. In a just war we can defend ourselves from attack. To invade or exploit another nation is not just. We bear the karma from inappropriate actions. The fate can be personal or national. It is up to us. We must remember the true causes as well as the dead. Wars are not about freedom. They are about money, power, and control.


    Passchendaele is a 2008 Canadian war film, written, co-produced, directed by, and starring Paul Gross. The film, which was shot in Calgary, Alberta, Fort Macleod, Alberta, and in Belgium, focuses on the experiences of a Canadian soldier, Michael Dunne, at the Battle of Passchendaele, also known as the Third Battle of Ypres. The film had its premiere at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival on September 4, 2008, when it also had the honour of opening the festival and it was released widely in Canada on October 17, 2008.


    The main character is Sergeant Michael Dunne (later reverting to his mother's maiden name McCrae for re-enlistment), introduced in the spring of 1917 after Vimy Ridge, a decorated veteran of the 10th Battalion, CEF.

    During heavy combat in a ruined town, Dunne is wounded and sent home from Europe as a neurasthenia patient. While recovering from his injuries, he meets nurse Sarah Mann (Caroline Dhavernas) in Calgary, Alberta, where he had originally enlisted.

    Sarah Mann is drummed out of the local nursing service, and ostracised in town, because her father was of German descent and had left Canada to rejoin the Imperial German Army in 1915. He was killed at Vimy Ridge on the opposing side to Sergeant Dunne. She has become addicted to morphine as a means of dealing with the recurring loss in her life.

    David Mann (Joe Dinicol) is Sarah's younger brother. Despite being ineligible for military service due to asthma, he is desperate to win the respect of his girlfriend's father at a time when military service is demanded of all young men. He is vehemently anti-German and tries to expunge the fact that his father was German, and had died fighting for Germany, from the family history. His girlfriend's father pulls strings to get him enlisted, arguably in the hope that he will not return and marry his daughter. Sarah originally thinks Michael has enlisted David, in his role as local recruitment officer, but later finds this is untrue. The enlistment is further facilitated by a British recruiting officer whose malice and goading of David Mann and Michael Dunne makes him the film's principal antagonist. Michael however feels a responsibility and re-enlists as Private McCrae in order to protect David at the front.

    As a result, both David and Michael end up in the battlefields of Belgium. Sarah also enlists and follows the 10th ending up as a nurse in triage at an Advanced Dressing Station near the front. The three arrive in Flanders in time for the Battle of Passchendaele. Dunne and Sarah soon meet up again when Dunne brings a wounded man to the aid station. Although Dunne's cover as McCrae is soon blown, he manages to escape punishment and is promoted to platoon leader by Lieutenant Colonel Ormond, who knew him from earlier fighting, when his past actions "should have got a V.C." and because of the need for experienced soldiers as high casualties were expected.

    When the Canadians launch their attack, the 8th Battalion (Winnipeg Rifles), known as the Little Black Devils, faces a German counterattack and become pinned down. Dunne's company is sent to support them. After the support company arrives, the 8th Battalion retreats from the battlefield, wrongly believing that they are finally relieved, leaving the job of holding the ground to Dunne's small force. As the reality of the war begins to set in, David Mann begins to realize the war was not what he believed it would be. Dunne's forces spend the night in their trenches, and as a result of the shelling, David begins to have an asthmatic/panic attack and Dunne calms him down, relieving the problem.

    The next morning the Germans counter-attack, and make it as far as the line, and both forces attack each other in close quarters combat. As the Germans retreat, David breaks down and chases them back to surrender. He jumps into their trenches and is met by a gun to the face where he begs in German. He is about to be shot when an artillery shell lands and the explosion throws him onto what is effectively a cross, created by walkway timbers from the trench. He is visually crucified by the explosion. This relates to Dunne's earlier story of the legendary report of the crucified soldier. When Dunne sees this he takes his helmet off, throws his gun down and runs to David, in a reckless attempt to keep his promise to keep him alive, getting shot in the process. He crawls to the cross on his knees, looking up at it. The Germans stop firing and allow him to retrieve David, whom he carries back to his own lines. The fighting swiftly resumes with a shell landing. David lives, but Dunne is carried to the hospital where he dies after his last words with Sarah. This happens just as the news comes in that the Canadians have captured Passchendaele Ridge.

    The ending scene shows the wheelchair-bound David Mann (now only with one leg); Sarah Mann; David's girlfriend Cassie; and Dunne's best friend Royster (Gil Bellows) paying tribute at Dunne's grave on his home farm. The marker has been altered to remove the "5" of 1915 and changed to 1917. The camera then pans out and the background alters to a field of hundreds of Canadian war graves with a riderless horse on the horizon.

  • The Seekers - I'll Never Find Another Yo...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on November 10, 2017 at 9:16 PM
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    The Seekers are an Australian folk-influenced pop quartet, originally formed in Melbourne in 1962. They were the first Australian pop music group to achieve major chart and sales success in the United Kingdom and the United States. They were popular during the 1960s with their best-known configuration as: Judith Durham on vocals, piano, and tambourine; Athol Guy on double bass and vocals; Keith Potger on twelve-string guitar, banjo, and vocals; and Bruce Woodley on guitar, mandolin, banjo, and vocals.

    The group had Top 10 hits in the 1960s with "I'll Never Find Another You", "A World of Our Own", "Morningtown Ride", "Someday, One Day" (written by Paul Simon), "Georgy Girl" (the title song of the film of the same name), and "The Carnival Is Over" by Tom Springfield, the last being an adaptation of the Russian folk song "Stenka Razin". The Seekers have sung it at various closing ceremonies in Australia, including World Expo 88 and the Paralympics. It is still one of the top 50 best-selling singles in the UK. Australian music historian Ian McFarlane described their style as "concentrated on a bright, uptempo sound, although they were too pop to be considered strictly folk and too folk to be rock."

    Also in 1965, they met Paul Simon (of the American duo Simon & Garfunkel) who was pursuing a solo career in the U.K. following the initial poor chart success of the duo's debut LP, Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M. In 1966, the Seekers released the Simon-penned "Someday One Day", which reached "No. 4" in Australia and "No. 11" in the U.K. Their version was Simon's first U.K. success as a songwriter, and his first solo major hit as a composer outside of his work with Art Garfunkel. Woodley co-wrote some songs with Simon, including "Cloudy", "I Wish You Could Be Here" and "Red Rubber Ball" which became an American "No. 2" single for the Cyrkle group. The Seekers' version was provided on their 1966 LP, "Come the Day" (released on the album "Georgy Girl" in the U.S.A.).

    Early in 1966, after returning to Australia, the Seekers filmed their first TV special, At Home with the Seekers. The band were named "Best New Group of 1965" at the 1966 New Musical Express Poll Winners Awards. They appeared at the celebratory Wembley Arena concert, on a bill which included the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Dusty Springfield and the Animals. The same year, the group appeared at a Royal Command Performance at the London Palladium, before Queen Elizabeth - the Queen Mother (spouse of the late King George VI). In November, a re-recorded version of "Morningtown Ride" was released in the U.K., which reached "No. 2". The song had been recorded earlier as an Australian single from the 1964 album "Hide and Seekers" and appeared on the 1965 American debut, "The New Seekers". In February 1967, "Morningtown Ride" reached the "Top 50" in the U.S.

    The Seekers - A World of our Own

    The Seekers - Georgy Girl

    The Seekers - Morningtown Ride

    The Seekers - When the Stars begin to Fall

    The Seekers The Water Is Wide

    The Seekers The Last Thing On My Mind

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