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  • BACK IN TIME S5 EP504 Breaking the Bank...
    by George Freund on May 2, 2019 at 8:34 PM
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    Aired: 05/04/16

    Penn Square Bank was a small commercial bank located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, that failed in July 1982. The bank made a large amount of poorly underwritten energy-related loans that it sold to other banks. Losses on these loans led to significant financial problems for a number of those banks.

    The bank was founded in 1960 and was located in the rear of the Penn Square Mall in Oklahoma City. The bank made its name in high-risk energy loans during the late 1970s and early 1980s Oklahoma and Texas oil boom. Between 1974 and 1982, the bank's assets increased more than 15 times to $525 million and its deposits swelled from $29 million to more than $450 million. As a result primarily of irresponsible lending practices in connection with the sale of over $1 billion in "loan participations" to other banks throughout America, Penn Square Bank failed in July 1982. Unlike most previous bank failures since the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) was formed, the uninsured depositors suffered losses as no other bank was willing to assume the deposits. As most of the deposits came from other financial institutions and represented high interest-rate jumbo certificates of deposit that were largely uninsured, this represented a major loss for the depositors. The investigation by the FDIC after the bank failure uncovered 451 possible criminal violations.

    The bank is often cited as being partly responsible for the collapse of Continental Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, which had to write-off some US$500+ million in loans purchased from Penn Square. In addition, there were major losses at other banks, including Seattle First National Bank, Michigan National Bank, and Chase Manhattan Bank in New York (Seattle First and Continental Illinois were eventually acquired by Bank of America predecessor BankAmerica; the former in 1983 and the latter in 1994). The bank's collapse coincided with the 1980s oil glut and Penn Square was the first of 139 Oklahoma banks that failed in the 1980s. The insolvency was the subject of two best-selling books and led to a two-year prison term for the bank's energy-lending chief, Bill Patterson. 

    Abilene National Bank in Abilene, Texas, did correspondent banking with Penn Square Bank. Abilene National Bank later became Mbank then Bank One then JPMorgan Chase bank.


  • Lindsey Graham BLISTERING Statement On M...
    by George Freund on May 2, 2019 at 6:14 PM
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    FOX 10 Phoenix Published on May 1, 2019 Hearings to examine the Department of Justice's investigation of Russian interference with the 2016 presidential election. #WilliamBarr #MuellerReport #DonaldTrump

  • Timecop S01E04 Public Enemy
    by George Freund on May 2, 2019 at 6:07 PM
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    Timecop is an American science fiction television series. The show was broadcast on the ABC network and first aired in 1997. The series is based on the successful Jean-Claude Van Damme film, Timecop (1994) from Universal Studios, which was in turn inspired by the Dark Horse comic of the same name. Thirteen episodes of the series were ordered, but only nine episodes aired.


    In 1996, the Los Angeles Times reported that ABC ordered a new prime-time series based on the 1994 science-fiction movie Time Cop. The pilot was written by Mark Verheiden.

    The show was broadcast on the ABC network and first aired in 1997. The series featured an all-new cast and characters. The show focused on TEC agent Jack Logan who hunts down rogue time travelers and brings them to justice before they can alter the past.

    Public Enemy

    Ian Pascoe escapes from prison and takes Claire hostage, He arranges to meet Logan in 20's Chicago where he expects to get his pocket watch back in exchange for Claire. It turns out that Pascoe has been creating legendary mobster Al Capone, so it comes as no surprise when Logan falls in with Elliot Ness.


    The most dangerous time criminal of all time and the agency manages not only to let him walk out of a maximum security prison where security seems to be just one guard, but they then allow him to freely pass back in time just to save one member of their team. Somehow, this strikes me as being not very likely. I mean with the whole population of time at risk does the life of one person mean a thing?


    The rest of the plot is by the numbers and sticks to the template of bad guy and good guy battling it out amongst famous people from history. It's already getting a bit stale. Well, very stale actually. It certainly doesn't help when the show is concentrating on a duel with just one bad guy all the time. A bit more variation would be nice.


  • Gold Trails and Ghost Towns S1 EP3 Phoen...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 1, 2019 at 7:21 PM
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    Phoenix is a ghost town in the Boundary Country of British Columbia, Canada, 11 km east of Greenwood. Once called the highest city in Canada by its citizens (1,412 metres / 4,633 feet above sea level) it was a booming copper mining community from the late 1890s until 1919. In its heyday it was home to 1,000 citizens and had an opera house, twenty hotels, a brewery and its own city hall. Phoenix's magistrate, Judge Willie Williams, who served there from 1897 until 1913,: became famous for his booming declaration, I am the highest judge, in the highest court, in the highest city in Canada. In 1911, Phoenix's hockey team won the provincial championship and asked for the right to compete for the Stanley Cup, but it was too late to qualify. The Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and Power Company operated the Phoenix Mine, a copper mine that produced 13,678,901 tons of ore before operations ceased on June 14, 1919.


    Copper was discovered at Phoenix in 1891, credited to American prospector named Bob Denzler. His discovery became the first of many claims and a settlement called Greenwood Camp was built, but it was not until 1895 that the full riches of the area were realized and the boom really began. The log cabins of Greenwood Camp were replaced by frame houses and brick homes. Then, in 1896, the Canadian Pacific Railway and the Great Northern Railway arrived. By then, with the exception of the one at Rossland, the output of the mines was exceeding the combined output of every other copper mine in British Columbia. The town got its own newspaper, the Phoenix Pioneer, in 1896 and on October 1, 1898, Greenwood Camp was renamed Phoenix when the first post office opened. By the early 1900s, Phoenix was a thriving community with electricity and telephone services, a hospital, banquet hall, ballroom, opera house and its own stage line. There was no lack of fine meals or accommodation: on the Christmas Day menu at the Brooklyn Hotel in 1911 the variety of delicacies included Russian caviar, Green Turtle soup and English plum pudding with brandy sauce.


    When World War I ended in 1918, the price of copper dropped dramatically and Phoenix, which was completely reliant on its one industry, began to die. When the last ore was shipped out in 1919, thousands exited soon after. Many left their homes and belongings, making Phoenix the largest ghost town Canada had ever seen. In 1920 wrecking crews arrived to haul away the churches, halls, stores, skating rink and hospital - all of which were dismantled and re-erected in other communities.

    An open pit mine operated in Phoenix during the 1950s and through to 1978 but the venture was ultimately abandoned and the mining had caused the historic buildings to be buried or bulldozed.


    One remaining relic is Phoenix’s World War I cenotaph. Another memorial can be found in nearby Greenwood where the open pit miners of the seventies erected a commemorative phoenix bird sculpture to mark the hopes that someday Phoenix will rise again. In recent years, locals have restored the pioneer cemetery in Phoenix.


  • STAR TREK S2 EP1 Amok Time
    by Conspiracy Cafe on May 1, 2019 at 5:31 PM
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    https://gidfilm.ru/video/232619-Zvezdnyiy_put-2_sezon_1_seriya_Amok_Vremya_yarosti_Amok_Time

    "Amok Time" is the second season premiere episode of the American science fiction television series Star Trek. Written by science fiction author Theodore Sturgeon, scored by Gerald Fried, and directed by Joseph Pevney, it first aired on September 15, 1967.

    The episode features First Officer Spock returning to his homeworld for a brutal Vulcan wedding ritual. It is the only episode of The Original Series to depict scenes on the planet Vulcan.


    Plot

    Spock, the first officer of the Federation starship USS Enterprise, begins to exhibit unusual behavior and requests that he be granted leave on his home planet Vulcan. Captain James T. Kirk and Chief Medical Officer Dr. McCoy, having witnessed one of their friend's outbursts, agree and Kirk diverts the ship to Vulcan. En route, Kirk receives orders from Starfleet to travel to Altair VI to represent the Federation at the inauguration ceremony for the planet's new president. Though Kirk instructs the crew to set course to Altair VI, Spock secretly changes course back to Vulcan. Kirk confronts Spock, who claims to have no memory of ordering the course change.


    Kirk orders Spock to Sick Bay, where McCoy finds evidence of extreme physical and emotional stress, a condition that will kill him within eight days if not treated. Spock is forced to explain that he is undergoing pon farr, a condition male Vulcans experience periodically throughout their adult life, and that he must mate or die. Kirk contacts Starfleet to request permission to divert to Vulcan but is denied. Kirk disobeys orders, believing that saving the life of his friend is more important than his career.


    At Vulcan, Spock invites Kirk and McCoy to accompany him to the wedding ceremony. He explains that Vulcans are bonded as children so as to fulfill the pon farr commitment, and that T'Pring is to be his mate. T'Pring arrives with Stonn, a pureblood Vulcan, whom she prefers to Spock. T'Pau, a matriarch renowned as the only person ever to refuse a seat on the Federation Council, prepares to conduct the ceremony. However, T'Pring demands the kal-if-fee, a physical challenge between Spock and a champion she selects. To everyone's surprise, she chooses Kirk instead of Stonn. Spock begs T'Pau to forbid it as Kirk is unaware of the implications, but T'Pau leaves the decision to Kirk; another champion will be selected if he refuses. Kirk accepts the challenge, only to learn that it is "to the death."


    The two begin combat with lirpa, a traditional Vulcan weapon. Kirk is challenged by Spock's strength and agility, even in his current state, as well as the thinner atmosphere of Vulcan. McCoy convinces T'Pau to allow him to inject Kirk with a tri-ox compound to offset the effects of the Vulcan atmosphere. The battle continues, with Spock eventually garroting Kirk with an ahn'woon. McCoy rushes to Kirk's body and declares him dead, and requests immediate transport back to the Enterprise.


    Spock renounces his claim on T'Pring, but not before demanding an explanation from her. She explains that she feared losing Stonn in the kal-if-fee. By choosing Kirk, T'Pring would be assured of having Stonn in some capacity regardless of the outcome: if Spock was the victor, he would release her from the marriage (for having made the challenge in the first place), and if Kirk had won, he would not want her either. Spock, now free of the pon farr, compliments T'Pring on her flawless logic, and returns to the Enterprise, warning Stonn that "having is not so pleasing a thing after all as wanting."


    Aboard the ship, Spock announces his intent to resign his commission and submit himself for trial for killing Kirk, when he discovers Kirk is alive and well in sickbay. McCoy explains that the injection he gave Kirk was a neuroparalyzer drug that merely simulated death. Asked about what followed, Spock states that he lost all desire for T'Pring after he thought he killed Kirk. Kirk then learns that Starfleet, at T'Pau's request, has belatedly given the Enterprise permission to travel to Vulcan.


  • FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF FLIGHT MH17
    by George Freund on May 1, 2019 at 5:18 PM
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    There are allegations the crash was staged. MH17 was really MH370 disposed off.

    Highly Graphic: Rarely Seen Video Of MH-17 Victims And Unexplained Anomalies

    Narrator in possession of over 5000 pictures from Mh17 crash site point out numerous strange anomalies associated with the victims from MH-17.

    Photos taken 20 Minutes after MH-17 crash.

    1) Glowing fluorescent dye near 1st body

    2) Strong smell of formaldehyde in air

    3) Absence of blood on and around corpses

    4) Already bloated damp corpses

    5) Victims not European looking- she states that most looked Asian

    6) Strange dead birds, including a blue and yellow Macaw that is, ironically, the same color as the Ukrainian flag at the 3:10 mark. This is a tropical bird which makes one wonder why it was flying on a plane from Amsterdam to Southeast Asia. Normally, one would expect that such an occurrence may take place the other way round.

    7) She states that the cell phone data had no 2014 photos, only photos from 2013.

    8 Bluish/black lips on victims

    9) She states the passports were all brand new and undamaged

    10) Most victims were completely naked with only 20 or so wearing clothes

    11) She states that all the suitcases were packed with winter clothes (12C Beijing highs)

    12) She only saw 6 or 7 children bodies


  • BBC The Conspiracy Files. Who Shot Down ...
    by George Freund on April 30, 2019 at 9:15 PM
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    MH17 crash: Ukraine pilot blamed by Russia 'kills himself'

    A Ukrainian military pilot blamed by Russia over the 2014 downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 has killed himself, Ukrainian media report, quoting police.

    Capt Vladyslav Voloshyn had called the Russian allegation a lie. Dutch investigators concluded that a Russian Buk missile had destroyed the Boeing 777 jet, killing 298 people.

    Reports say Voloshyn shot himself at home in Mykolaiv, near the Black Sea.

    Ukraine described him as a war hero.

    He had flown 33 combat missions in a low-flying Su-25 ground attack jet against Russian-backed separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine, and had been granted a medal for bravery.

    Recently the 29-year-old had been in charge of the Mykolaiv airport, after resigning from the air force. The southern city near Odessa is called Nikolayev by Russian speakers.

    A statement from Mykolaiv police on Facebook (in Ukrainian) described Voloshyn's death as "suicide", but it is being investigated under the "premeditated murder" section of Ukraine's penal code.

    A military service pistol was found at the scene and is now being examined by experts.

    Conspiracy Files: Who shot down MH17?


    When Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, killing all 298 passengers and crew, a storm of conspiracy theories was unleashed across social media. While the official inquiries have pointed the finger of blame at separatist fighters and their Russian backers, a host of different theories claim the Ukrainian government, and even the CIA, were to blame.

    With revealing eyewitness testimonies, satellite photographs, wire taps, clandestine videos and expert evidence, Conspiracy Files tries to sort the fact from the fiction. In a world where the information war fought online can be just as significant as battles on the ground, this film also analyses the role of the Kremlin in the search for the truth about who shot down MH17.

  • The Sun is going to sleep last grand sol...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 30, 2019 at 6:25 PM
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    Diminishing solar activity may bring new Ice Age by 2030

    In this 1677 painting by Abraham Hondius, “The Frozen Thames, looking Eastwards towards Old London Bridge,” people are shown enjoying themselves on the ice. In the 17th century there was a prolonged reduction in solar activity called the Maunder minimum, which lasted roughly from 1645 to 1700. During this period, there were only about 50 sunspots recorded instead of the usual 40-50 thousand. Image credit: Museum of London.

    The arrival of intense cold similar to the one that raged during the “Little Ice Age”, which froze the world during the 17th century and in the beginning of the 18th century, is expected in the years 2030—2040. These conclusions were presented by Professor V. Zharkova (Northumbria University) during the National Astronomy Meeting in Llandudno in Wales by the international group of scientists, which also includes Dr Helen Popova of the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics and of the Faculty of Physics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Professor Simon Shepherd of Bradford University and Dr Sergei Zharkov of Hull University.

    It is known that the Sun has its own magnetic field, the amplitude and spatial configuration of which vary with time. The formation and decay of strong magnetic fields in the solar atmosphere results in the changes of electromagnetic radiation from the Sun, of the intensity of plasma flows coming from the Sun, and the number of sunspots on the Sun’s surface. The study of changes in the number of sunspots on the Sun’s surface has a cyclic structure vary in every 11 years that is also imposed on the Earth environment as the analysis of carbon-14, beryllium-10 and other isotopes in glaciers and in the trees showed.

    There are several cycles with different periods and properties, while the 11-year cycle, the 90-year cycle are the best known of them. The 11-year cycle appears as a cyclical reduction in stains on the surface of the Sun every 11 years. Its 90-year variation is associated with periodic reduction in the number of spots in the 11-year cycle in the 50-25%. In 17th century, though, there was a prolonged reduction in solar activity called the Maunder minimum, which lasted roughly from 1645 to 1700. During this period, there were only about 50 sunspots instead of the usual 40-50 thousand sunspots. Analysis of solar radiation showed that its maxima and minima almost coincide with the maxima and minima in the number of spots.

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  • If God Is Good, Why Do I Suffer?
    by George Freund on April 28, 2019 at 2:17 PM
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    Published on Dec 11, 2018

    The Bible tells us that God is all powerful and altogether good. Yet as we look around our world, we see so much suffering, pain, and evil. How can this be? Why does God permit suffering? In this message, Dr. Sproul examines this age-old question and comforts us that, for the Christian, God works through the tragedies of this life and uses them for our good.

  • Dr. Charles Stanley ~ The Power Of A Dis...
    by George Freund on April 28, 2019 at 2:15 PM
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    Published on Jun 6, 2015

    Oftentimes, when life lacks clarity, we get lost. We can't distinguish between good and evil, truth and fiction, or an outburst of anger and a cry for help. How do we find our way when things seem so confusing?

  • Former Mexican Presidents working to tak...
    by George Freund on April 26, 2019 at 3:12 PM
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    The Power Hour

    Published on Apr 25, 2019

    Daneil Estulin Power Hour interview breaking information not being reported.

    Air date: April 19, 2019

    www.thepowerhour.com

  • The Conspiracy Show The Arrest of Julian...
    by George Freund on April 23, 2019 at 9:22 PM
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    On this episode of TCS...

    Richard welcomes an independent researcher and host of a popular podcast to discuss the recent arrest of WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange. Assange was taken into custody when London police dragged him from the Ecuadorian Embassy where he had been holed-up for the last seven years. He is awaiting possible extradition to the United States. U.S. authorities say Assange conspired with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to steal and publish huge troves of classified documents.

    GUEST:George Freund is a fiercely independent researcher, investigator, and writer. He is the host of the alternative media podcast, Consipracy Cafe. George was the recipient of the 2016 “Conspiracy Factist Award” from TruthRising.net.


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