Conspiracy Talk Archive November 06 2013

 

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06 Nov 2013 16:00:04
i have just got this news, I really do not what to make of it, something big is going to happen in the usa soon.

http://tinyurl.com/lq8jx5l

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{Ed033's Note - benjamin fulford is like the boy who cried, wolf, but I guess one day he'll be correct. most likely, he'll be wrong again though.

Was he the guy who said the japan/china mafia are will kill certain members of the usa kabul if they try to attack asia?

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I also heard that there will be a huge announcement around this date from the US president in conjunction with NASA, something about Mars, supposedly this will shock the Earth

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11/11/2013 is considered to be an important date. Let's wait and see.
Zari

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Came across this that suggests what's possibly going to happen on the 11th Nov?

Sunspot Now Earth Facing
http://tinyurl.com/jwwynaf

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Wow Franky your first link is very interesting, especially about Europe edging away from the U.S. towards Russia.

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The way I see it is good cop bad cop mate.

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08 Nov 2013 12:43:21
I wouldn't trust Benjamin Fullford if he correctly told me my own name. pea

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So basically then its the new world order taking over.

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As far as I am concerned the Old World Order and the New World Order are the same they both do the same things ruinning lives running the world etc. etc.

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Bit of a laughable article really.

The Chinese are suddenly going to unleash trillions to end poverty and clean up the environment despite having one of the worst records on human rights and pollution of the top industrialised nations?

The UDS Military is suddenly going to get a huge boost in funding in order to protect endangered fish in return for arresting its own commander in chief?

As one of the comments at the bottom said I hope it was meant as satire.

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06 Nov 2013 14:58:31
put a complaint on the bbc website about the lack or non coverage of the million mask march london, here is my email to them.

i find it disgusting that a million people around 400 cities all over the world does not make the news, and don't insult my intelligence and say you have many stories to fill your time slot, this news was relevant with the energy prices plus it was worldwide news not just uk, I am trying to figure out why it never got any coverage, was it because it was peaceful no looting or rioting?or maybe your masters do not want the rest of the public knowing what's really going on? the bbc and other mainstream media outlets are just a scripted mouthpiece for government agencies and the alternative media will be the voice of the real news.

if you want to complain here is the link.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/complain-online/

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Frankie, I turned out to our own march in Belfast. Wasn't the best of crowds but I was glad to see some informed people turing up. I actually spoke to a police officer about the gathering and his very words were "this is actually nice, a proper peaceful protest about the wrong doings in the world". He was probably only humouring me, but he did take an interest (sort of).

Protests in our little country are usually to do with religious politics, and unfortunately it showed in the numbers that turned out, only these things are important.

If we had have been protesting about a flag, or some sort of new paramilitary mural being put up, or taken down. With the added ploy of violence, we certainly would have made the BBC news.

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Deffo boozy, I will let you guys know what there reply is, supposedly it takes 2 weeks for a response from them, would not be surprised if some of them are checking this site out now.

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Boozy have u any connections in lurgan?

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Lurgan born and raised mate :)

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06 Nov 2013 10:05:43
just a question to anyone, how do they pick the audience members on tv shows?i only know you can apply online for one show (question time) tried twice to get tickets to no avail, I have read in the past that the famous ed sullivan show was full of people who either worked for sullivan and there relatives the same with the letterman show, I have seen a couple of shows and the audience members are on each week, am just wondering is it a select view?

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I would think so like Franky, The mainstream media picks the people that will talk in favour of the point they are trying to get across.

Geordie Al

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I can confirm that Franky.
I know a guy who used to get invited to these things and he told me its exactly that, employes, relatives and acquaintances.
They can't risk having one of us in there, especially during live shows, as most of us would question their lies or even seize the opportunity to share some truths with the public.
As we all know, truth is forbidden on television. Unless its mixed with some heavy disinfo that is.
Zari

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Cheers al and zari.

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Hi all. that's not strictly true. Question time was on in my home town a couple of years ago, and there was an advert in the local paper to apply for places. Me and a couple of mates called and got tickets, and one of my mates even got to ask a question.

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{Ed001's Note - I know my parents were in the audience once for that, with a couple of coachloads of other people from town, years ago. It is just luck of the draw getting tickets for most shows apparently. Though knowing someone working on it will no doubt mean you can get tickets more easily.}

I did mention you can apply online for question time, to me it does seem a bit more vetted, as for the other audience shows I definitely see the same faces.

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Does anybody know anyone who has been in the audience during a live show?
Zari

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{Ed001's Note - other than QT? Yes, in a couple of those 'Audience With...' programmes, but not by accident or anything, simply by knowing the person who was featuring. Other than that, no, though I have been offered the chance to go on a couple when there were tickets left over. Some of those BBC shows are just lotteries, you enter to get a ticket to see a live show, but have no idea which show you will see. Apparently some people just don't want to go when they see which show they have been offered tickets for.}

Thanks for the reply Ed001. I guess things might work a bit differently in the UK.
Zari

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{Ed001's Note - it varies from channel to channel and show to show. The likes of Question Time will often be made up of students from one particular college or university. They will be given X amount of tickets to be shared out via an intermediary, say the local Student Union.}