Conspiracy Talk Archive October 24 2011

 

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24 Oct 2011 23:48:01
not really a conspiracy just an interesting topic but did anyone else just watch that mummy thing on channel four? How did they get such knowledge over three thousand years ago? Also woman at work just got back from pompeii. How advanced were they? Central heating? Plumbing? Even cats eye's. Then civilisation just regresses massively till the 1800's. Strange really. {Ed001's Note - actually a lot was to do with the power of the church, to keep their hold over people they took control over all the education etc. The so-called Dark Ages was actually the era of highest literacy in Europe until the end of the Victorian Era.}

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24 Oct 2011 23:04:16
What does everyone think of this Forest Boy in Germany? Is it just a hoax or is his story true?

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Hoax.

maka

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24 Oct 2011 20:56:44
Junius Brutus Booth – Was a popular actor at Liverpool's Theatre Royal which opened 1772 at Williamson Square. He emigrated to America in 1821 where he continued his acting career. His son John Wilkes Booth was the person who assassinated President Lincoln at Ford's Theatre, Washington in 1865. Junius B Booth also had a brother Algernon Booth who was the great great grandfather of Liverpool actor Anthony Booth who in turn is the father of Cherie Booth, wife of Tony Blair.

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24 Oct 2011 14:41:46
Not so much as a conspiracy but something of interest. I watched this program the other day call The Secrets Of North Korea, where a journalist managed to get into the Country and they did some filming. My god that place is the worst, you really feel for the population. I would like to think they would up rise , however i cant see it. The likes of USA/UK would never go in due to the fact they would not hesitate to use Nuclear Wepons. I really do think if or when they world is nearly destroyed they will have a big say in it.. What are peoples views do you think we would ever get involved with them, or shall we just accept it as a way of life for the North Koreans. When you see what there way of life is compared to ours it puts your life into perspective. However they should be able to make their own choices but are just not given the chance to.
KevDarko

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Perhaps if oil is discovered in North Korea,the US might think about it,but only if they can get the UK to do all the dirty work.

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I'm sure North korea is on the US' global interference list, perhaps towards the bottom, but looking at the current state of play it'll rise fairly quickly.

Paragon

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The U.S. ( and U.K. , naturally ) have Iran in their sights next, to complete the set in the
middle-east and achieve total dominance over
the recources whilst slowly fencing in Russia
(and to some extent China ) with nukes.
If they are not too busy with civil unrest on the
home front i think they will turn their attention to Chavez and any other south americans who dare to oppose 'the empire™.
Watch John Pilger's The revolution will not be
televised . Eye-opening and inspiring.
Sorry for these short line posts, on ps3.
Cheers
JR

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24 Oct 2011 09:56:48
does anyone else get that feeling that something is going on? That we've been lied to. Something is in the air, intangible, unprovable

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See my above post, North Korea, i think something is going down there, and something big will happen soon.
KevDarko

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No i didn't mean Korea, nothing specific just a growing feeling of unease, i can't quite define it

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I agree with you mate and more and more now I have been reading into conspiracies such as the Illuminati.

maka

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As a fairly young person id have to agree. Not in my lifetime can i remember a time of such growing frustration and global unrest. From uprisings in Yemen, Egypt, Libya, etc coupled with the protests in europe and america there is a growing since that the status quo wont be tolerated. Compound that with the situations in Iraq, Iran, and the usual noise in Israel and you have festering boil on the planet ready to erupt into something very large

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You guys on facebook? Look for the group called Chemtrails and then kiss goodbye to your sanity. You think the world is messed up because some people are starving? That doesn't even scratch the surface.
Raz

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24 Oct 2011 01:18:08
Anyone else find David Camerons statement after Gaddafi was murdered a bit hypocritical?
Not all of it obviously, but the part about every victim of the IRA being remembered because they used Libyan Semtex!
Don't we sell arms and what have you to nations across the globe, wether it be guns, artillery etc...

I don't know what it is, but something about the whole Gaddafi thing just bothers me. YES, he should have faced justice, but the way he died was just disgusting.

These rebels ( the ones who captured Gaddafi ) are nothing more than violent thugs, easy to be brave and pistol whip and kick a wounded man when he's alone with no help. Not a very great advert for the soon to be more Western style Libya.

I'm not in anyway saying I think Gaddafi was a good guy, no one in power is, but it just for whatever reason makes me really angry and upset seeing ANYONE lynched like that, especially by a bunch of easy led thugs who acted no better than a pack of starving hyenas.

Peace

Jay
Glasgow

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Well you have to look at it like this. If you were convinced someone had murdered youre relatives and robbed youre freedoms(as i said convinced because im not theyre i cant really know but these people believe it to be true) would you realy have faith in bringing him to justice by any means other than youre own hand. would u really chance it to higher powers that have failed you over and over

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Yeh I think you've got to look at it from a Libyan rebel's perspective and place yourself in their shoes, and as the poster above me has said if someone murdered your wife/child/girlfriend etc. and robbed you of your freedoms and rights, you would want to take the law into your own hands.

maka

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U missed all the CIA operatives in the background of the television footage did you ....every american involvement in war is fabricated ....you can go back to the first world war with lusitania , then pearl harbour WW2. the gulf of tonkin incident swayed public opinion in the vietnam war . then we had crimes against humanity for bosnia to finally end eastern european ideologies..and westernise the area ...and the ace card 911...and the war on terror ....u must all understand the biggest profit making industry in the world is for war and not to mention the control of another countries natural resources .....theres just one question i could ask u all to give u a little insight of what occurs .....about 75% of heroin exports come from afganistan ....why havent the all the poppy fields been destroyed in the 10 years that we've occupied the country??? {Ed001's Note - you missed out the invasion of Hawaii.}

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In relation to your Afghanistan heroin comment, did you know that heroin production had fallen to almost zero under the Taliban? It's back to full production levels now though. I wonder why the US went in??

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Yeah no doubt heroin is the underlying cause for afghanistan. America was in the grips of it largest rate of opiate addiction since nam mostly through painkillers and cheaper black tar from south america. It left alot of blame at the steps of the govt with societal problems stemming from private practice doctors and neighboring countries. Bringing the golden triangle back to heavy production allows the court system to paint the face of addicts as common street level junkies rather than adress a much deeper issue. Admittedly i have a little extra animossity built up on this issue as i washed out of grad school due to opiate addiction developed through a car accident. i take full responsibility for my actions but as a promising student that is now a convicted felon working as a golf course attendant i hold this issue very dear

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Gaddafi was a very nice man just misunderstood is all you muppets remeber lockerbie or was it the americans who blew the plane out of the sky

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It was the Iranians who done Locherbie

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