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  • I Stand For the Flag
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 4, 2018 at 4:52 PM
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    ‘I Stand for the Flag’ blocked due to ‘political content’

    A country music band says a patriotic song they created which celebrates the American flag was censored by Facebook.

    The Nashville-based Wes Cook Band on Monday wrote that the social media giant had prevented them from promoting their song, “I Stand for the Flag,” using the platform’s paid ads tool due to its political message.

    “Our paid FB ads were denied and our reach thereby censored because this video contains ‘political content’. We believe Patriotism is not Political!” the band said in a Facebook post.

    The song’s lyrics rally people of all walks of life to unite behind Old Glory, stating, “Don’t care if you’re black or white or who you love, I stand for the Flag, and the Flag stands for all of us.”

    Other lyrics encourage unity: “You ain’t gotta pick a side. You can love your fellow man and still have pride,” and the video also shows people of all races celebrating America.

    Screenshots showed Facebook rejected the band’s request to boost the post, significantly reducing the song’s circulation.

    In a message to Fox News, Facebook claimed the band’s paid ad rejection was a mistake.

    “We recently announced anyone running ads about political or other major national issues must include a ‘paid for’ label,” a Facebook spokesperson stated.

    “After looking again, we determined that this ad doesn’t need that label. While this is a new policy, and while we won’t ever be perfect, we think knowing who is behind an ad is important, and we’ll continue to work on improving as we roll it out.”

    Despite acknowledging the error, Breitbart notes Facebook has yet to rectify the situation.

    “…[I]t remains to be seen if Facebook has actually fixed the problem or if the social media giant has been in touch with the band at all,” reports Warner Todd Huston. “Sources close to the matter say Facebook still has not rectified the issue despite its statement admitting it made a mistake and claiming it would reverse that mistake.”


  • Golden Earing ~ Radar Love (extended) 19...
    by George Freund on May 31, 2018 at 3:08 PM
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    "Radar Love" is a song by the Dutch rock band Golden Earring. The single version of "Radar Love" reached #10 on the Cash Box Top 100 and #13 in Billboard in the United States. It also hit the Top 10 in many countries, including the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, and Spain.

    The song is written from the point of view of a car or truck driver who thinks of his beloved "baby", telling that they are able to share their feelings at distance without physical means like telephone or letters. He explains how this works and, while listening to a song on the radio, makes also comments on the late night traffic in the early morning hour.

  • I Won't Back Down - Tom Petty & The Hear...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on April 11, 2018 at 3:39 PM
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    This could be the theme song for the Trump Putin standoff.

    "I Won't Back Down" is a song by American rock musician Tom Petty. It was released in April 1989 as the lead single from his first solo album, Full Moon Fever. The song was written by Petty and Jeff Lynne, his writing partner for the album. It reached number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Album Rock Tracks chart for five weeks, starting the album's road to multi-platinum status.

    Petty recalled the recording of this song to Mojo magazine: "At the session George Harrison sang and played the guitar. I had a terrible cold that day, and George went to the store and bought a ginger root, boiled it and had me stick my head in the pot to get the ginger steam to open up my sinuses, and then I ran in and did the take."

    A message of defiance against unnamed forces of difficulty and possibly oppression, the lyric is set against a mid-tempo beat:

    Well I know what's right, I got just one life

    in a world that keeps on pushin' me around

    but I'll stand my ground, and I won't back down

    Due to its themes, the song was played often on American radio following the September 11 attacks. Petty and the Heartbreakers played a quiet but resolute version of the song at the America: A Tribute to Heroes telethon following the 2001 attacks.

    In the 2007 documentary Runnin' Down a Dream, Petty said that he felt some initial hesitation about releasing the song, given its clear and unabashed message.

  • The Guess Who - Laughing
    by Conspiracy Cafe on February 24, 2018 at 11:13 AM
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    "Laughing" is a popular song by Canadian rock band The Guess Who. It peaked at #1 on the Canadian Singles Chart and at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming the band's second single to reach the Top 10 on the latter. It also became their second of three gold records.

    It appeared on their 1969 album, Canned Wheat, and was released as a single that year. It sold more than 350,000 copies in its first three weeks of release.

    Who is David Hogg, Florida Parkland School shooting survivor?

    In the aftermath of the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, metropolitan Miami, Florida, a young man named David Hogg has appeared in many TV news videos and interviews, such as this one:

    The traitor David Hogg is LAUGHING in the face of 'tragedy.' It is a well crafted psy-ops. Laugh back. Buy a gun. 

    This American destroyed his AR-15 after the Florida school shooting — and he's not the only one

    Proof propaganda works.

    Florida shooting: Doctor describes 'sledgehammer' injuries inflicted by AR-15

    Then why are so many casualties paraded before us with no visible signs of distress? 

    Ban this gun, Mr. President

    You can't ban anything. It violates the law of supply and demand. 

    Justin Colton with Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Friday in the hospital where Justin was recovering from two bullet wounds in Wednesday’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland

    You can see how horrific the wounds are. They can't even put you in a hospital gown. I mean this guy would in in intensive care for days and critical care after that. 

    They have the hospital gown here. In the other shots from the visit everybody's got giant smiles. LAUGHING!

  • Kaylee Rogers 'A Thousand Years'
    by Conspiracy Cafe on January 20, 2018 at 11:28 PM
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    Ten year old Kaylee Rogers from Killard House, a school for children with special educational needs, performs 'Open the Eyes of My Heart Lord' live on BBC Radio Ulster?s ?The John Toal Show? on 11th March, 2017.

    Kaylee Rogers 'Open the Eyes of My Heart Lord'

    Girl with autism praised for Christmas version of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah'


  • O come, O come, Emmanuel - The Piano Guy...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on December 19, 2017 at 8:17 PM
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    The most beautiful version I have ever heard. The video is stunning. Rejoice the Lord is with us and amonst us. 

    The Piano Guys are an American musical group consisting of pianist Jon Schmidt, cellist Steven Sharp Nelson, videographer Paul Anderson, and music producer Al van der Beek. They gained popularity through YouTube, where in 2010 they began posting piano and cello compositions combining classical, contemporary, and rock and roll music, accompanied by professional-quality videos. In August 2016 the group surpassed one billion views on their YouTube channel, which at that time had nearly 5 million subscribers. Their first six major-label albums, The Piano Guys, The Piano Guys 2, A Family Christmas, Wonders, Uncharted, and Christmas Together each reached number one on the Billboard Classical Albums and New Age Albums charts.

  • 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".

  • 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

  • Back in the Saddle Again: Gene Autry
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 22, 2017 at 9:54 AM
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    "Back in the Saddle Again" was the signature song of American cowboy entertainer Gene Autry. It was co-written by Autry with Ray Whitley and first released in 1939. The song was associated with Autry throughout his career and was used as the name of Autry's autobiography in 1976. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time.

    THAT's right. We'll be back in the saddle again for a cameo recording at the That Channel studio Wednesday 25, 2017 at 8 p.m. Perhaps they'll even be live streaming. 

    We'll be taking on the forces of darkness with Yves Bernard and Timothy Spearman. 

    Ride in if you get the chance. The Mandalay massacre will be the topic for discussion. We'll give you a clear view of the territory that flies the false flag. 

  • HEAR NO EVIL Las Vegas shooting's chilli...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 18, 2017 at 10:12 PM
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    Song from 2002 is about a man checking into the 33rd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel - while hiding a gun

    By Neal Baker 3rd October 2017, 1:08 am Updated: 4th October 2017, 3:25 am

    A ROBBIE Williams song from 15 years ago mentions bringing a gun to the Mandalay Bay Hotel in Las Vegas in a chilling resemblance to Sunday's mass shooting.

    The lyrics to Me And My Monkey, from the former Take That singer's 2002 album Escapology, bear a shocking similarity to the massacre that left at least 59 people dead and more than 500 wounded.

    "We made tracks to the Mandalay Bay Hotel... We got the elevator, I hit the 33rd floor", the lyrics read.

    Multi-millionaire killer Stephen Paddock, 64, carried out his bloody massacre at a music festival from the 32nd floor of the same famous resort.

    "I'm hoping my monkey don't point that gun at anyone", the song goes. "I watched pay-per-view and polished my shoes and my gun.

    "Don't point that gun at anyone... That's a bad ass monkey boy and he's packing a gun... Put your gun down, boy."

    Investigators are still working to piece together motive behind the bloodshed — which President Trump branded "pure evil".

    Robbie Williams 2002 song Me And My Monkey tells of a man polishing his gun on the 33rd floor of the Mandalay Hotel

    The festival-goers were cut down in a spray of assault rifle gun fire from Paddock's snipers nest just after 10pm local time.

    He shot himself moments before a SWAT team blasted their way into the plush suite, where they found a stash of 19 weapons and hundreds of ammo rounds.

    A search at the retired accountant's home in rural Nevada uncovered a further arsenal of 18 weapons, explosives and thousands of rounds.

    As victims of the shooting were being named on Monday, ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack and branded Paddock one of their "soldiers".

    But the warped terror group often alleges its involvement in attacks that it could have had no hand in organising.

    The FBI and other authorities said there was no evidence to back up the claim — while Paddock only had one previous run-in with the law over a minor traffic violation.

    His brother Eric described him as a successful plane-owning mummy's boy who showed no prior deadly traits.

    Police said that gambling transactions amounting in the tens of thousands of dollars were carried out by the killer before he unleashed his attack.


    EL is God

    See Gun Do?

  • Elton John - Rocket Man
    by Conspiracy Cafe on September 23, 2017 at 10:26 AM
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    "Rocket Man" (officially titled as Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)), is a song composed by Elton John and Bernie Taupin and originally performed by John. The song first appeared on John's 1972 album Honky Château and became a hit single, rising to No. 2 in the UK and No. 6 in the US. On 21 October 2016, the song was certified Silver by the British Phonographic Industry for sales of 200,000 digital downloads.

    Rolling Stone lists it as #245 of its 500 greatest songs of all time.

    The song was inspired by the short story "The Rocket Man" in The Illustrated Man by Ray Bradbury, and echoes the theme of David Bowie's 1969 song "Space Oddity" (both recordings were produced by Gus Dudgeon). But according to an account in Elizabeth Rosenthal's book His Song: The Musical Journey of Elton John, the song was inspired by Taupin's sighting of either a shooting star or a distant aeroplane.

    The song describes a Mars-bound astronaut's mixed feelings at leaving his family in order to do his job. Rosenthal's account goes on to relate that the notion of astronauts no longer being perceived as heroes, but in fact as an "everyday occupation", led Taupin to the song's opening lines: "She packed my bags last night, pre-flight. Zero hour: 9 a.m. And I'm gonna be high as a kite by then."

    Trump mocks 'little Rocket Man' Kim at Alabama campaign rally as he continues his war of words with the North Korea 'madman'

    Donald Trump took his fight against Kim Jong-un to Alabama on Friday night, and threw elbows at John McCain and Hillary Clinton for good measure during a campaign rally for a Republican senator

  • QUEEN: Another one bites the dust
    by Conspiracy Cafe on September 4, 2017 at 6:05 PM
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    "Another One Bites the Dust" is a song by the British rock band Queen. Written by bass guitarist John Deacon, the song featured on the band's eighth studio album The Game (1980). The song was a worldwide hit, charting number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, from 4 October to 18 October (their second number-one single in the country). The song spent fifteen weeks in the Billboard top ten (the longest running top ten song of 1980) and 31 weeks total on the chart (more than any other song in 1980). It reached number two on the Hot Soul Singles chart and the Disco Top 100 chart, and number seven on the UK Singles Chart. The song is credited as Queen's best-selling single, with sales of over 7 million copies. This version was ranked at number 34 on Billboard's All-Time Top Songs.



    The lifeless body of Diplomatic Security Special Agent Kurt Smolek was found in the Potomac River on Wednesday evening. Smolek (45) had been declared a “critical missing person” in a tweet released by the police department of the District of Columbia.

    According to a Missing Persons report by the DC Metropolitan Police Department, Smolek was last seen on August 28, 2017 at approximately 10 pm, in the 600 Block of Water Street, Southwest, Washington. “He was last seen wearing a blue oxford shirt and khaki pants,”read the report. “Kurt was last seen operating a grey 2011 GMC Terrain SUV, bearing Virginia tags XGG6532 with tinted windows.”

    Smolek was described by police as a white male with greying brown hair, and brown eyes. He is 5 feet 8 inches tall and weighs 190 pounds.

    Diplomatic Security Services of the Department of State is charged with global responsibilities, including the safeguarding of American diplomatic personnel, property, and classified information. DSS also has jurisdiction over classified communications, such as secure email and other platforms.

    On the Internet emerged condolences for Smolek’s passing, which are attributed to Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and Assistant Director for International Programs Christian Schurman. The note read:

    “It is with great sadness that I share with you the news of the death of Diplomatic Security Special Agent Kurt Smolek. Kurt was found deceased today and the DS [Diplomatic Security agency] is working closely with local authorities to investigate the circumstances of his death. Please keep the Smolek family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    “Christian Schurman.”

    According to a State Department bio for Christian J. Schurman:

    “Christian J. Schurman was named Deputy Assistant Secretary of State and Assistant Director for International Programs on September 15, 2014. Mr. Schurman is responsible for evaluating, managing, and mitigating security threats to, as well as the direction of resources for, more than 240 diplomatic posts within the International Programs Directorate.

    “A Diplomatic Security (DS) Special Agent since 1987, Mr. Schurman was promoted to the rank of Minister Counselor in April 2014.”

    A search of the Department of State website for mention of Kurt Smolek proved fruitless.

    On Facebook, a post by Beverly Santicola read as follows:

    “Please pray for my cousins and Uncle Emil as Kurt Smolek died in a tragic accident this week. He was a husband, dad, son, brother and grandson to them and they are dealing with a lot of shock, grief and pain. This photo was taken in happier times. Kurt is the one in the red during a trip to Vietnam when he was on assignment there. His mom and dad are in the front. Kurt’s dad Don is my first cousin. Words cannot convey my sadness and grief.”

    Also, a photo appeared on social media that showed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Standing next to her is a man who is purportedly Kurt Smolek. (UPDATE: the man in the photograph above has been identified as Kurt Campbell, former assistant to Clinton for Asian affairs). Kurt Smolek, however, worked for the Hillary Clinton State Dept in CAMBODIA up to 2015.

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