Conspiracy Cafe

Conspiracy, alternative news, history, intelligence agencies

CCTV (Conspiracy-Cafe TV)



It appears the forces of darkness have pulled the plug on However, stay tuned media junkies there is another location to get your fix.

They are being reinserted over the next couple of months. You will find some already. You will find the rest over time. It is an arduous struggle the maintenance of freedom. The lies are exposed here. That makes evil feel threatened. The best books are banned or burned. The best videos are pulled as well. Every one is supported by evidence linked for your perusal. The enemies of freedom hate the truth because it sets us free, and they have determined us to be slaves. Click in this site and emancipate yourself. 

Go to this link to find replacement links. HD has switched.

Sort: Recent | Popular Grid List
    by George Freund on March 21, 2015 at 10:51 AM
    6135 Views - 0 Comments

    Mel Gibson's Conspiracy Theory tags Bin Laden code word GERONIMO! Skull & Bones stole Apache leaders skull. On Conspiracy Cafe it's Geronimo all the time.

    Frequently movies have predictive programming elements. So not only is Geronimo Osama Bin Laden's code name the light on the cab illustrates its number 1S48. S is the 19th letter of the alphabet. So it tells us 119 48 or 911 in reverse. The 48 adds to 12 then to 3 adding power to the 911. It signifies the loss of three towers as well.


    Conspiracy Theory is a 1997 American action thriller film directed by Richard Donner.

    The original screenplay by Brian Helgeland centers on an eccentric taxi driver (Mel Gibson) who believes many world events are triggered by government conspiracies, and the U.S. Justice Department attorney (Julia Roberts) who becomes involved in his life.


    Alice Sutton (Julia Roberts) is a lawyer working for the US government at the Justice Department. Jerry Fletcher (Mel Gibson), a conspiracy-theory obsessed New York City taxi driver, continually expounds his ideas to her. Alice humors him because he once saved her from a mugging, but does not know he has been spying on her at home. Her own obsession is to solve the mystery of her father's murder.

    Seeing suspicious activity everywhere, Jerry identifies some men as CIA workers, follows them into a building, and is captured. He wakes up bound to a wheelchair. A doctor (Patrick Stewart) injects him with LSD, and interrogates him using torture. Jerry experiences terrifying hallucinations and flashbacks, panics, and manages to escape, incapacitating the doctor by biting his nose. Although injured, Jerry makes his way to Alice's office, eventually collapsing.

    She visits him in the hospital. Handcuffed to the bed and forced into a drug-induced sleep, he pleads with her to switch his chart with that of a criminal in the next bed—or he will be dead by morning. Next day, when Alice visits, the criminal is dead, allegedly from a mysterious heart attack. The CIA, FBI and other agencies are there, led by a CIA psychiatrist, Dr. Jonas, with a bandaged nose. Meanwhile Jerry fakes a heart attack and escapes again, with Alice's help. In Jerry's hospital room, she meets an FBI agent named Lowry. While they are examining Jerry's personal items, the CIA arrive and confiscate everything. She declines Lowry's offer to work with her, and later finds Jerry hiding in her car. They go to Jerry's apartment where he tells her about the conspiracy newsletter he produces. Just when Alice has decided Jerry is crazy, a SWAT team breaks in. Jerry sets everything on fire and they leave by his secret trapdoor exit. In the room below, there is a large mural on the wall, which features both Alice on her horse and the triple smokestacks of a factory.

    The pair go to Alice's apartment and he accidentally reveals he's been watching her through her window. Furious, she kicks him out. Outside, Jerry confronts Lowry and his partner staking out her place, and he warns them, at gunpoint, not to hurt her. He goes to a book store and, as he has compulsively done in the past, buys a copy of Catcher in the Rye, even though he's never read it. The electronic record of the purchase alerts agents to his location. Jerry sees their operatives rappelling down from black helicopters and hides in a theater, escaping by causing a panic.

    Alice calls each person on the newsletter mail-list and finds that all have recently died except one. Jerry uses a ruse to get her out of the office, and then immobilizes the operatives watching her. During their escape, he tells her that he loves her, then flees on a subway train when she brushes off his feelings.

    She goes to see the last surviving person on the subscription list, and finds it is Jonas. He explains that Jerry was brainwashed to become an assassin, and claims that Jerry killed her father. She agrees to help find Jerry.

    Jerry sends Alice a message to meet him. They ditch the agents following them and he drives her to her father's private horse stables in Connecticut, but Alice secretly calls her office so that Jonas can track her. At the stables, Jerry remembers that he was sent to kill her father (a judge who was about to expose Jonas' operation) but found he could not. Instead, Jerry promised to watch over Alice before the judge was killed by another assassin. Jonas' men capture Jerry, and a sniper tries to get Alice, but she escapes.

    Jonas tortures Jerry again. Meanwhile, Alice finds Lowry and forces him at gunpoint to admit that he is not FBI, but from a "secret agency that watches the other agencies" and has been using the unwitting Jerry to uncover and stop Jonas. Alice goes to the site of the smokestacks from Jerry's mural and sees a mental hospital next door. There she bribes an attendant to show her an unused wing, breaks in, and finds Jerry. As Jonas catches them, Lowry arrives with his men and attacks Jonas' men. Jerry attempts to drown Jonas, but is shot. Alice shoots Jonas dead. Alice tells Jerry she loves him before he is taken away in an ambulance.

    Some time later, Alice visits Jerry's grave, leaving a pin he gave her upon it, before returning to horse riding. Jerry and Lowry are watching from a car. Jerry agrees not to contact her until all of Jonas' other subjects are caught, but she joyfully finds the pin attached to her saddle.


    by George Freund on March 22, 2014 at 10:41 AM
    6134 Views - 0 Comments

    How did the Russians get the guidance system in the Cold War era? The answer is obvious. We gave it to them. They put it in a missile platform aimed at us. We would have to be very naive to think there aren't space based weapons. It is a masterpiece on aging with a little history of the space program thrown in. Sometimes the old soldier or pilot has a lot to offer. It is better to be able to think faster based on a more comprehensive skill set than to be able to run faster especially when you're running in the wrong direction. After rolling a few G's myself, amusement park rights seemed to be going in slow motion. Enjoy.


    Space Cowboys is a 2000 space drama film directed and produced by Clint Eastwood. It stars Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones, Donald Sutherland, and James Garner as four older "ex-test pilots" who are sent into space to repair an old Soviet satellite, unaware that it is armed with nuclear missiles.


    In 1958, two U.S. Air Force pilots, William "Hawk" Hawkins (Eli Craig) and Frank Corvin (Toby Stephens), are taking a flight in a modified X-plane over a desert, when Hawk decides to try and break a height record in the plane. After going up continually, they reach 112,000 feet, at which the plane stalls and drops into a flat spin, leading them both to eject and crash the plane, both of them narrowly missing hitting a B-50 Superfortress piloted by "Tank" Sullivan (Matt McColm). After landing on the ground after ejecting, they get into a fight, where another soldier, Jerry O'Neill (John Mallory Asher) breaks them apart. When they get back to the air base, the base commander, Bob Gerson (Billie Worley) is disappointed by Hawk's lack of responsibility, and announces that they arrived in time for a press conference. At the conference, Gerson announces that the USAF's involvement with space testing was terminated, and given to NASA.

    Now present day, IKON, an obsolete Soviet communications satellite is about to fall out of orbit, and NASA is instructed, for political reasons, to capture it, rather than allow it to crash. The on board systems respond, but are so archaic that nobody at NASA understands them. Now retired, Frank (Clint Eastwood), who designed the original Skylab guidance systems from which the Soviet satellite's system had been copied, is asked to help, despite the longstanding animosity between the engineer and project director Bob Gerson (James Cromwell). Meanwhile, NASA engineer Sara Holland (Marcia Gay Harden) argues with project manager Gerson regarding conflicting political and engineering concerns over the decaying satellite.

    Corvin, initially unwilling to work with Gerson, insists that there is not enough time to train anybody. He proposes to go himself, and he will not go without his old team, 'Team Dædalus': Jerry (Sutherland), Hawk (Jones), and Tank (Garner). Gerson agrees, intending to string Corvin along until younger astronauts are up to speed on the system. The press later learns of the situation and the four men become celebrities, which leads to the political head of NASA, the Vice President, demanding that they be sent on the mission.

    Competitive rivalry between the young astronauts and Team Dædalus continues, while Holland grows fond of Hawkins. During medical tests, Hawk is found to have terminal pancreatic cancer, and has only about eight months left to live. Due to the urgent nature of the mission and since his illness would not impair his effectiveness on the mission, he is deemed flightworthy.

    The mission goes ahead with two crews, old and new, flying the space shuttle, which is also named Dædalus. As they approach the satellite, however, they become suspicious when the satellite reacts to their scans. Upon closer investigation, the team discovers that it is armed with six nuclear missiles, a dangerous and still active relic of the Cold War and a violation of the Outer Space Treaty. The team also learns that the system the satellite uses (from Skylab) was allegedly stolen by the KGB from Gerson's personal files. It is implied that Gerson has prior dealings with the Russians and the confession was to protect Gerson from treason charges. Furthermore, the satellite is programmed to launch its payload at predetermined targets should it be allowed to fall out of orbit. To prevent the global catastrophe that would ensue, the team decides to use the payload-assist rockets that the shuttle is carrying in order to push the satellite out of Earth orbit into deep space.

    However, Ethan Glance (Loren Dean), one of the younger astronauts, follows Gerson's secret orders to try to move IKON into a stable orbit by himself. He connects the PAM rockets against Corvin's orders, accidentally activating the satellite, and is incapacitated in the process. It collides with the shuttle, causing extensive damage. Roger Hines (Courtney B. Vance), one of the mission specialists, is also seriously injured in the collision, leaving the four senior astronauts to handle the crisis as the nuclear missile-laden satellite continues to fall from orbit.

    Corvin and Hawkins deactivate the satellite. They then discover that there are not enough undamaged rockets to stabilize its now rapidly deteriorating orbit. With time running out, they decide to use the satellite's own missiles' rockets to push it away. There is one hitch: somebody has to go along to manually launch the missiles at the right time to ensure they do not enter an Earth-bound trajectory. Hawk makes the choice to complete the suicide run, reasoning that he is the best pilot of the group and is dying anyway. He aims for the Moon, his lifelong ambition.

    Meanwhile, the rest of the crew on the shuttle are not out of danger. The shuttle's computers are not responding and most of the propulsion systems are damaged. NASA controllers decide to have the crew bring the shuttle as low as possible, then abandon ship and let it crash into the ocean. Corvin performs a de-orbit burn successfully as the space shuttle re-enters the atmosphere. Corvin makes it safely through, and flies to Florida, where he has Jerry see that the younger astronauts have safely parachuted out. Tank refuses to leave Corvin on the shuttle, as does Jerry. Corvin manages to land the shuttle at the Shuttle Landing Facility at Kennedy Space Center, duplicating Hawk's previous performance in a shuttle simulator.

    Later, Corvin and his wife Barbara (Barbara Babcock) stand by their home and stare at the moon, contemplating whether Hawk has made it there. As their Earth-bound view of the moon fades into a nearer image of the moon, the Frank Sinatra song "Fly Me to the Moon" is heard. In a viewpoint sweeping close across the surface of the moon, wreckage from IKON and Hawk's body are seen. Hawk is lying in a slightly reclined sitting position against a rocky outcrop where he had apparently dragged himself from the wreckage. As the view comes closer, the Earth is seen reflected in Hawk's golden sun visor.

  • Lost in Space - No Place To Hide (Unaire...
    by George Freund on December 11, 2014 at 11:18 AM
    6130 Views - 0 Comments


    Lost in Space is an American science fiction television series created and produced by Irwin Allen, filmed by 20th Century Fox Television, and broadcast on CBS. The show ran for three seasons, with 83 episodes airing between September 15, 1965, and March 6, 1968. The first television season was filmed in black and white, but the remainders were filmed in color. In 1998, a Lost in Space movie, based on the television series, was released.

    Though the original television series concept centered on the Robinson family, many later story lines focused primarily on Dr. Zachary Smith, played by Jonathan Harris. Originally written as an utterly evil but extremely incompetent would-be saboteur, Smith gradually becomes the troublesome, self-centered, incompetent foil who provides the comic relief for the show and causes most of the episodic conflict and misadventures. Smith was not in the un-aired pilot and neither was the robot.[1] Of interesting note was that the plot point causing the Space Family Robinson to become "Lost in Space" was that it was a meteor storm in the un-aired pilot put the Jupiter Two off course. In the first aired episode, Smith's sabotage and unintended presence caused them to go off course so that they encountered the meteors, introducing an element of proximate causation as to Smith's culpability for the Robinson family's predicament. In the un-aired version, they were going at such a relatively slow speed that they wondered if they were on Mars, while in the first aired episode, just seconds of hyper-drive and they were lost, unknown light-years from Earth.


    The first appearance of a space-faring Robinson family was in a comic book published by Gold Key Comics, The Space Family Robinson, who travelled about also lost in space aboard Space Station One in December 1962. The television show came three years later, and during its run, CBS and 20th Century Fox reached an agreement with Gold Key Comics that allowed the usage of the name 'Robinson' for the show. After that, the television series went ahead with stories separate from the comic book series. The television series is an adaptation of the Johann David Wyss novel The Swiss Family Robinson. The astronaut family of Dr. John Robinson, accompanied by an Air Force pilot and a robot, set out from an overpopulated Earth in the spaceship Jupiter 2 to visit a planet circling the star Alpha Centauri with hopes of colonizing it. Their mission in 1997 (the official launch date of the Jupiter 2 was October 16, 1997) is immediately sabotaged by Dr. Zachary Smith — an apparent agent for a foreign government — who slips aboard their spaceship and reprograms the robot to destroy the ship and crew. Smith is trapped aboard, saving himself by prematurely reviving the crew from suspended animation. They save the ship, but consequent damage leaves them lost in space. Eventually they crash on an alien world, later named by the Robinsons as Priplanis, where they spend the rest of the season and had to survive a host of adventures. Smith, whom Allen originally intended to write out, remains through the series as a source of comedic cowardice and villainy, exploiting the forgiving nature of the Robinsons. Smith was liked by the trusting Will Robinson, but he was disliked by both the Robot and the equally-suspicious Major Don West.

  • Colt's Government Model 45 ACP 1911 Pist...
    by George Freund on July 20, 2014 at 10:03 PM
    6075 Views - 0 Comments

    All the firearms designed By John Browning were revolutionary in effectiveness, durability, and simplicity. This was a classic. You can't go wrong with this as your staple pistol. Remember your safety rules. Treat every firearm as loaded. Never point it at anything you're not going to shoot. Keep your finger off the trigger. It's great history. It's great sport. Norinco makes a replica based on the original. It's a bit of value on a budget. Always pull back the slide to clear any round in the chamber on a semi automatic firearm. Removing the magazine isn't enough. Where you have the right to self defence this is a fight stopper. Have fun.

    The M1911 is a single-action, semi-automatic, magazine-fed, recoil-operated pistol chambered for the .45 ACP cartridge, which served as the standard-issue sidearm for the United States Armed Forces from 1911 to 1985. 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. The M1911 is still carried by some U.S. forces. Its formal designation as of 1940 was Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911 for the original Model of 1911 or Automatic Pistol, Caliber .45, M1911A1 for the M1911A1, adopted in 1924. The designation changed to Pistol, Caliber .45, Automatic, M1911A1 in the Vietnam era. In total, the United States procured around 2.7 million M1911 and M1911A1 pistols in military contracts during its service life. The M1911 was replaced by the 9mm Beretta M9 pistol as the standard U.S. sidearm in the early 1990s, but due to its popularity among users, it has not been completely phased out. Modernized derivative variants of the M1911 are still in use by some units of the U.S. Army Special Forces, the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.

    Designed by John Browning, the M1911 is the best-known of his designs to use the short recoil principle in its basic design. The pistol was widely copied, and this operating system rose to become the preeminent type of the 20th century and of nearly all modern centerfire pistols. It is popular with civilian shooters in competitive events such as USPSA, IDPA, International Practical Shooting Confederation, and Bullseye shooting. Compact variants are popular civilian concealed carry weapons, because of the design's inherent slim width and the power of the .45 ACP cartridge.

  • Props Manager that put "Sandy Hook" on m...
    by George Freund on January 14, 2013 at 10:57 AM
    6040 Views - 0 Comments


    Anyone who may have had questions about the placement of the words "Sandy Hook' on a map in the film 'The Dark Knight Rises', may first seek an explanation for it from the film's prop master, Scott Getzinger. Alas, that is not possible since the man is deceased. Scott Getzinger was from Newtown and he died in a car accident in April.

    JR Studi0s has uncovered new information as to why the town “Sandy Hook ” appeared on the map in the ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ Movie scene, infamously associated with the Aurora, Colorado shootings.

    JR discovereed the master prop manager for the Batman movie was Scott Getzinger who lived in Sandy Hook with his wife and family. But asking Getzinger to clear up the details is not possible since he died of injuries due to an April 6. 2012 automobile crash.

    STAMFORD — A 46-year-old Newtown man who worked behind the scenes on numerous blockbuster films was killed in a head-on accident on the Merritt Parkway Friday evening. Scott Getzinger, a property master who provided props for more than 25 films, including “Spider-Man,” “Independence Day,” “The Truman Show” and the upcoming “Men in Black III” and “The Dark Knight Rises,” died at Stamford Hospital after sustaining severe injuries. MORE

    The accident report makes it unlikely that Getzinger’s death was due to fowl play except that authorities at the scene characterized his injuries as “non-life threatening”.

    On Oct 4th, 2011 Getzinger’s wife (Susan McGuinness) had appeared at a school board meeting to vent dissatisfaction concerning how decisions were made. No link to the Massacre is implied although the circumstances are curious and worth filing.

    Scott Getzinger: (30 DEC 1965 – 7 APR 2012) Born in Branford, CT – Spouse: Susan McGuinness – Three children – Career Portfolio HERE

    by George Freund on February 19, 2014 at 2:51 PM
    5996 Views - 0 Comments

    There's no end to the Hollywood murders. The actors who portrayed Superman paid a serious price. What did they know? Why were they silenced? This was quite the mystery.


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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

    by George Freund on March 2, 2012 at 9:05 PM
    5972 Views - 0 Comments


    World War III is an Emmy Award-winning miniseries that aired on the NBC network television in January 1982.


    The miniseries begins in 1987 with a Soviet invasion of Alaska. The Soviets goal is to sabotage the Trans-Alaska Pipeline in response to America's 1980 grain embargo of the Soviet Union, just as the 1980 grain embargo was in response to the 1979 Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan. A small force of lightly armed Alaska Army National Guardsmen on a training exercise discovers the presence of the Soviet invaders. The bulk of the miniseries deals with the National Guard's attempt to defend a pumping station along the pipeline, while the Soviet and American leaders engage in talks for an amicable end to the hostilities. In the end, however, both sides push the button and the earth is destroyed.

    Cold War themes

    The film focuses on a number of Cold War themes, including brinksmanship, political loyalty and the mutual distrust of both sides as they attempt to resolve the issue diplomatically while escalating their military alert levels to force the other side to back down.


    The cast included Rock Hudson as the President of the United States, Brian Keith as the Soviet Premier, and Cathy Lee Crosby and David Soul as American military officers as well as Liz Sheridan, Herbert Jefferson, Jr. and Michael Fairman.

    by Conspiracy Cafe on December 29, 2013 at 2:49 PM
    5966 Views - 0 Comments

    When American Sheriffs state they support the Constitution over and above the law, this is a prime example. Children were taken from their parents in the politically correct manner of the day. They were put in re-education camps. This happened in Australia. It happened in Canada too. It could happen any time anywhere to you. That is why the Bill of Rights and a Constitution with God given rights is so important. It is a long way home after the event. These girls were masters of escape and evasion. NEVER AGAIN. Stand up against tyranny. It is your sacred duty.


    PART 2:

    PART 3:

    Rabbit-Proof Fence is a 2002 Australian drama film directed by Phillip Noyce based on the book Follow the Rabbit-Proof Fence by Doris Pilkington Garimara. It is based on a true story concerning the author's mother, as well as two other mixed-race Aboriginal girls, who ran away from the Moore River Native Settlement, north of Perth, Western Australia, to return to their Aboriginal families, after having been placed there in 1931. The film follows the Aboriginal girls as they walk for nine weeks along 1,500 miles (2,400 km) of the Australian rabbit-proof fence to return to their community at Jigalong, while being pursued by a white authority figure and an Aboriginal tracker.

    The soundtrack to the film, called Long Walk Home: Music from the Rabbit-Proof Fence, is by Peter Gabriel. British producer Jeremy Thomas, who has a long connection with Australia, was executive producer of the film, selling it internationally through his sales arm, HanWay Films.


    Set in Western Australia during the 1930s, the film begins in the remote town of Jigalong, where three children live with their mother and grandmother. They are the sisters, 14-year-old Molly and 8-year-old Daisy, and their 10-year-old cousin Gracie. The town lies along the northern part of Australia's rabbit-proof fence, which runs for several thousand miles.

    Thousands of miles away, the "protector" of Western Australian Aborigines, A. O. Neville, signs an order to relocate the three girls to his re-education camp. The children are referred to by Neville as "half-castes", because they have one white and one Aboriginal parent. Neville's reasoning is portrayed as: the Aboriginal peoples of Australia are a danger to themselves, and the "half-castes" must be bred out of existence. He plans to place the girls in a camp where they, along with all half-castes of that age range, will grow up. They will then presumably become labourers and servants to white families, regarded as a "good" situation for them in life. Eventually if they marry, it will be to white people and thus the Aboriginal "blood" will diminish. As such, the children are forcibly taken from Jigalong and taken to camp at the Moore River Native Settlement, in the south.

    Molly, Gracie, and Daisy decide to escape the camp and walk back home to Jigalong. An Aboriginal tracker, Moodoo, is called in to find them. However, the girls are well trained in disguising their tracks. They evade Moodoo several times, receiving aid from strangers in the harsh Australian country they travel. They eventually find the rabbit-proof fence, knowing they can follow it north to Jigalong. Neville soon figures out their strategy and sends Moodoo and a local constable, Riggs, after them. Although he is an experienced tracker, Moodoo is unable to find them.

    Map of the rabbit-proof fence showing the trip from Moore River to Jigalong.

    Neville spreads word that Gracie's mother is waiting for her in the town of Wiluna. The information finds its way to an Aboriginal traveller who "helps" the girls. He tells Gracie about her mother and says they can get to Wiluna by train, causing her to break off from the group and attempt to catch a train to Wiluna. Molly and Daisy soon walk after her and find her at a train station. They are not reunited, however, as Riggs appears and Gracie is recaptured. The betrayal is revealed by the Constable, who tells the man he will receive a shilling for his help. Knowing they are powerless to aid her, Molly and Daisy continue on. In the end, after a harsh long journey, the two sisters make it home and go into hiding in the desert with their mother and grandmother


    The film's epilogue shows recent footage of Molly and Daisy. Molly explains that Gracie has died and she never returned to Jigalong. Molly also tells us of her own two daughters; she and they were taken from Jigalong back to Moore River. She managed to escape with one daughter, Annabelle, and once again, she walked the length of the fence back home. However, when Annabelle was 3 years old, she was taken away once more, and Molly never saw her again. In closing, Molly says that she and Daisy "... are never going back to that place."

  • Come in low out of the rising sun on Con...
    by George Freund on January 27, 2013 at 7:58 AM
    5966 Views - 0 Comments


    There's a rider coming in tonight to square away the news. He's NOT politically correct. He is damn accurate though. Clinton tells her side of Benghazi. Pinocchio is going to sue her for copyright violation. BRITISH DIDDLERS GOING DOWN. Our MP has lists given to police intelligence. 12 States pass gun control measures calling for the ARREST of Federal agents and employees. Sandy Hook was the failed false flag. Mysterious van tracked to NYC apartment. Polar Vortex splits. G4S to replace police in PRIVATIZATION move. Told you years ago. TSA removes scanners. No more roasted nuts. Bird flu team back in action with weaponization. Traitor Feinstein introduces gun ban. TREASON is just another word to hang on the PerpeTRAITORS' door. Speaking of hanging the penalty was death. On Conspiracy Cafe we come in low out of the rising sun.

  • On Conspiracy Cafe: China the Metropolis...
    by George Freund on August 16, 2015 at 9:46 AM
    5922 Views - 0 Comments

    Travel back in time to December 3rd 2009. Our time cops unravel serious mysteries. We add spice to 9/11 truth. We teach the propaganda tricks of yore still used on you today. We wrote the recipe for the concept of constitution being a contract to govern. The usurpation of rights breaks the contract ergo government loses the right to govern ceding it back to WE THE PEOPLE!

    The Bilderberg King gets a cool reception in China, Chinese torture tactics include sadistic burning of flesh off women with cattle prods, of course large corporations profit from this evil and the corporate media and womens' groups remain eerily silent, 'thegeorge' pounds his fist on the table. Swedes put their media on notice - you're complicit. How they make propaganda. Murder on the Nevsky express an intelligence operation. Fleets mass off Yemen. CBC's 911 truth. UK state's death by treaty. Copenhagen a FRAUD. The film noir classic Metropolis is still the NWO plan for the future on Conspiracy Cafe.

    Even today these images from the chapter 'Was it Real?' have been cleansed from existence. You see classic war propaganda photos for mass consumption to program your mind for war. The joys of a camera on the screen is we recorded them at the time. The press photos weren't included in the book. We may have to capture them for posteriety as another facet of the restoration.

    This site photographed the book. We see 'Was it Real?' on page 113.




    United Press International Outside View: The citizen's manifesto

    Your constitutional contract.

    Tommy Douglas

    2009 Nevsky Express bombing

    Probe begins into deadly B.C. crash

    Open Letter to all Corporate Media Journalists (REPOST)

    Salt Power: Norway Project Gives Osmotic Energy a Shake

    Most Wicked Labor Camps in China – Liaoning Masanjia


    A Woman’s Breasts Disfigured and Infected from Severe Electric Shock Torture

    “Two guards from Benxi, holding electric batons, shouted, “We will see who is tougher!” The two men tore Ms. Wang’s shirt open and shocked her breasts with two electric batons for 30 minutes……. ( more details )

    Ms. Gao Rongrong, 36, tortured with electric batons for 7 consecutive hours on face by Labour Camp officials.

    Victim: Ms. Gao Rongrong, accountant at the Luxun Fine Arts College in Shenyang City, Liaoning Province, northeaset China

    Senate Report Explores 2001 Escape by bin Laden From Afghan Mountains

    Death of Ramin Pourandarjani

    On the night of November 20, something unusual happened on board the Alrosa, a B-871 submarine that served in Russia's Black Sea Fleet.

    U.S.-CANADIAN "SHIPRIDER" TRAINING INTEGRATES CREW, COMBATS CROSS-BORDER CRIME (Armed forces crossing a border was a crime called war.)

    Russia sends security pact draft to leaders abroad


    Bush Administration's First Memo on al-Qaeda Declassified

    by George Freund on February 10, 2013 at 7:56 AM
    5918 Views - 0 Comments


    Censored by YouTube

    In the early 20th century, a train carrying gold reserves of the Russian Empire went on a journey across the country -- but never reached its destination.

    The gold mysteriously disappeared. The legends surrounding this story are alive to this day.

    According to scientists, part of the gold reserves are thought to have sunk in Baikal -- the world's deepest lake.

    But some claim it's hidden in Siberian monasteries. Others -- that it's in caves in the country's Far East, or even in what is now the Czech Republic.

    The treasure was being transported by Admiral Aleksandr Kolchak's White Army as it fled the advancing Bolsheviks during the Russian civil war.

    Where in Siberia is the last Tsar of Russia's 'missing' gold?

    It may come as a surprise to many that the United States, Britain, France and Canada fought in the Russian civil war. The fought on the Tsar's side. I'm sure their motives were golden. There was another infamous gold train as well at the end of WWII leaving Hungary with a large supply of gold. One of the allegations was the Czechoslovakian troops returned home with a large portion. Perhaps it rode the rails twice. Who knows? However, at least we explore those strange events in history.


  • The Mormon Plan for America on Conspirac...
    by George Freund on October 12, 2012 at 12:46 PM
    5906 Views - 0 Comments



    The United States waged a war with only one church in its history. It was with the Mormon church. They believed their prophet Joseph Smith was a living God a second Mohammed who you either followed or were put to the sword. They still believe their prophet is a God who must be obeyed without question. They formed a plan to take over the Earth called the United Order. They massacred a wagon train of Christian settlers on September 11th 1857. They practised a treachery that surpassed Sun Tzu. They do not believe you are saved by Christ's cavalry. You are saved by the spilling of your own blood by the Mormon sword. If you knew the glory of it, you would beg for it. They have sworn oaths to DESTROY the United States as punishment for killing the prophet Joseph Smith. One of their senior followers is poised to become President in the next election. He will be given the keys to the nuclear arsenal. His faith demands an Apocalypse. His wife Ann is concerned about his mental well being should he become President. We are at the cusp of a mass culling of the human race as the prophet Joseph Smith the living God on Earth foretold. Will you consider this when you vote? Microchips being forced on kids in Texas. If you lose the first amendment doesn't it follow that you proceed to the second. The Mountain Meadows Massacre. Iraq forms defence treaty with Iran. Russia preparing for world reserve status. Cyberwar plan EU police initiative called CLEANIT. Appeals courts stop cyber police states in places. Ambassador Stevens set up for the kill. America's people are set up for the kill too as Congress prepares The Mass Casualty Act. You see spilling your BLOOD will save your soul. The Mormon Plan for America was to destroy it. BLOOD ATONEMENT!

73 - 84 of 6021 Videos