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04 Oct 2016 10:38:57
Has anyone ever entertained the Paul is Dead theory? I. e. That Paul Mccartney died or was killed and was replaced in late 1966?

HoneyBadger

1.) 08 Oct 2016 10:15:03
Aye mate, looked into I ta few years ago and came to the conclusion that it's all bollox

Faul . lol Few stupid you-tube videos check them out should put it to bed for you.


 

 

16 Sep 2016 09:22:21
Read a little about hidden history recently. Evidence suggests that our ancestors were so far advanced of us, even today, that it implies that a) they had help from life forms from other planets and/ or b) much of the knowledge they had has been suppressed and hidden from us.

For instance, the ancient Sumerians had inlays of the solar system with all the planets in order and to scale. Yet we only discovered Pluto less than 100 years ago apparently!

Klaus Dona:
The Hidden History of the Human Race
goo.gl/Fnh5j

More stuff on the pyramids
goo.gl/8i79Ra

Was the great pyramid used to generate electric power?
goo.gl/dppPwn

Klaus Dona: Out of Place Artifacts

HoneyBadger

1.) 16 Sep 2016 15:30:12
Some good stuff there honeybadger. I watched a youtube video about ancient archeology and they had found tools in peru I think that were something like 10,000 years old.
These tools were made of a material called loudite (sp? ) . The tools seemed to be for help during birth and each tool was perfectly made too suit any hand and handling technique.
Im sure it said that we couldn't create these intricate tools right now with any machinery we have as the material used was so brittle.
There was also another find of a disc which had every devolpment of an embryo in the womb carved into it, it really is interesting.


2.) 16 Sep 2016 17:12:13
Cheers Gracie. I remember reading about those items you mentioned, it's incredible stuff. I think what it shows more than anything is that a whole load of knowledge has been lost or more likely suppressed by our ruling elites.


 

 

01 Feb 2016 09:44:57
Have folk seen the 1 year anniversary front cover of the Charlie hebdo mag? What do you make of it?

HoneyBadger

{Ed033's Note - seems to be a bearded figure wearing sandals (christian version of God?) with a rifle (AK47?) on his back and some red liquid (blood?) splashed on him with the 'eye in the pyramid' image above his head. The text says something like, one year on the assassin got away with it.


1.) 02 Feb 2016 13:28:14
well, ain't that interesting but they just like to stir shit up.


 

 

09 Oct 2015 14:00:33
Has anyone else seen this?


http://goo.gl/2hBqfV


I don't follow msm but a friend sent me this link to a daily fail article stating that corbyn believes 9/11 was manipulated. Like I said I don't follow msm but as far as I'm aware this story hasn't been covered by the other mainstream sources? Am I being paranoid or is this not a major news story which the media should have been all over?

What i'm thinking is that they got the story out there in one source only in order to gauge public reaction, realised that the comments weren't as negative as hoped so decided not to take wider as it would not have the desired effect.

Any thoughts? And if you've seen the story elsewhere please correct me.

HoneyBadger

1.) 09 Oct 2015 15:42:29
I'm not suprised it ain't been covered gav.

By the way I watched that documentary u suggested on 9/11 after 5 hours I'm staggered at how anyone can not see it was an inside job.

Here's a question, does anyone think Osama bin Laden is actually dead?
Was he a patzi or was the ex CIA worker(I believe) in on the whole thing?

{Ed033's Note - You'd think that Osama Bin Laden is dead now because they've said he's dead. The question is when did he die. He had some kidney disease because he was in a Dubai hospital in 2001 being treated. Some theories say he died in 2001 but he could have died or been killed at any time between 2001 and 2011. It's possible he died was killed earlier than 2011 and a 'double' took over until 2011.

i happen to think that Osama Bin Laden had no previous knowledge that 9/11 was going to take place and had no part in it.

i think the reason why they blamed bin laden is because at that time 2001, the Taliban had given the Argentines a contract to build a pipeline across part of Afghanistan to the caspian sea oil instead of the USA and the USA wanted that contract. The caspian sea oil was the major factor in blaming Afghanistan. The other reason blaming Afghanistan was that the Taliban had virtually stopped the Poppy production, so a large part of the heroin trade had been stopped. Something The Americans had to start up again.

However, the Americans then found out that the easy to get at best 'sweet' crude oil had already been taken out of Caspian Sea by the Russians so then the Americans n immediately blamed Saddam Hussein for involvement in 9/11 and then went after Iraq's oil instead.

The American Military with help from other European Military got the Poppy growing for Heroin in Afghanistan back up and running at an all time high.


2.) 09 Oct 2015 16:44:58
Bin Laden did work for the CIA didn't he though ed? I read it somewhere not sure if true.

Wow all the stuff you said makes you realize what a sad sad world we live in.

{Ed033's Note - Yes, allegedly during the Russian v Afghan war, Osama Bin Laden was recruited by the CIA (and then was also given the name, Tim Osman). Bin laden's job was to be one of the recruitment managers and use his contacts (as his father is a super rich Arab Oil Sheikhs) to recruit as many Muslims as possible from any country surrounding Afghanistan to fight in this war to give the Russians a no win scenario, where they would have to give up otherwise bankrupt themselves, trying to stop endless muslims entering the war against the Russians.


3.) 09 Oct 2015 17:11:53
Its not like it was totally covered up (corbyn's view) because the daily mail covered it, its the fact nobody else went near it that makes me suspicious.

I believe bin Laden was dead long before his official death but they needed us to think he was still alive as justification for some of the action in the middle east. I love that we were told his body was immediately thrown into the sea 'out of respect for his faith' - you couldn't write it and it would be funny if it wasn't so bad.

Whether or not he worked directly for the CIA I think they clearly used him as a pawn in the whole thing, having firstly aided him and his friends for years.

The media is used to turn guys like Bin Laden, Putin, Gaddafi and Saddam into James bond style evil villains who want nothing more than to cause harm to humanity as a whole. Then the sheep in the west will happily give their blessing to whatever type of military action they are sold as the 'solution' to these bad guys.


4.) 09 Oct 2015 17:36:08
Americans always talk about god. They don't mean a religious god they mean a financial one.

Gold
Oil
Diamonds

Created by

Guns
Oppression
Drugs


5.) 09 Oct 2015 17:41:03
The cia supplied the mujihadeen with supplies and trainers. To protect they're drugs.

The bin laden family is big in construction. The crane that collapsed onto the grand mosque in mecca a few weeks ago was one of there's.


6.) 11 Oct 2015 01:45:01
Dunno how true this is but read that ed Snowden disclosed that bin laden is still alive and on 100k a month by the cia and living in the Bahamas now.


 

 

17 Sep 2015 10:48:06
Really enjoyed the Corbyn debate further down the page, thanks to all who contributed. I'm not big into politics but on this subject i'd say I fall into the middle ground.

On the one hand I'm not going to fall for the propaganda that he's a friend of terrorism etc, how ludicrous when we all know the shady links all of our recent pm's have had and dodgy things they have been involved in. The fact the media are pushing this line so strong whilst staying quiet about other individuals spells smear campaign to me - so I'm not falling for it.

But on the other hand, do I see Corbyn as the solution? No, unfortunately. As far as I'm concerned the whole political system is set up and manipulated to benefit the elite - top politicians are primed and blackmailed, think tanks and pressure groups are there to sway policy in favour of TPTB etc etc. So how can Corbyn be the answer when he has to operate within the same old corrupt system?

HoneyBadger

1.) 17 Sep 2015 13:36:24
I have seen a theory in recent days that he's a stalking horse for someone else.


2.) 17 Sep 2015 15:58:36
corbyn is not the answer , never has been and your right the system is corrupt that is why you need a person like corbyn to identify the corruption .

what theory is that kim?


3.) 17 Sep 2015 16:28:39
The theory, and I don't subscribe to it myself, is that corbyn is there as a far left leader to panic the rest of the party into accepting a leader seen as less far left wing than corbyn but still more left wing than the party would have originally wanted. And also someone that is totally in the pocket of the unions. Which corbyn isn't.

On a side note if you have the time i'd suggest you look up Ron Hayward. Interesting figure in the labour party. And from there Alec kitson.


4.) 17 Sep 2015 16:47:53
I agree with you franky in as much as I'm just glad he opens peoples eyes to a different option/opinions, hopefully he will at least wake a few people up along the way. I can't see him ever getting into power because of the corrupt system but I'm glad we don't have the likes of Andy Burnham as the 'alternative' choice as he comes across like a generic career politician, no different in that sense to Cameron, Clegg, Blair etc.

I am also intrigued by the theory Kim mentioned.


5.) 17 Sep 2015 16:49:16
yeah I don't buy that theory myself ,the only reason corbyn looks left wing is because new labour turned it 360.

cheers will read up on those guys when I get time.


6.) 17 Sep 2015 17:27:07
It seems that the leftness in the last election wasn't the problem but the fact that labour were too centre and with the election of Corbyn if he can be defined in his manifesto he,ll pick up a lot of lost labour voters plus many of the floating votes. radio 4. Game on 😀


7.) 17 Sep 2015 17:27:24
As I said I don't subscribe to it myself.

Franky he is left wing. There's not much to the left of him. Be interesting to see how it goes.


8.) 17 Sep 2015 20:20:01
what I meant kim was, the LAB party has always been left wing apart from the last 20 years but the press are making it out that he has gone like starlin like.


9.) 17 Sep 2015 20:40:15
If I was in charge I would scrap the parties altogether, make everyone independent and therefore directly accountable to their local constituents. No more mp's towing the part line, no more us versus them mentality - just everyone working together to get their local issues represented fairly no matter whether a policy is seen as left or right wing.

Obviously this would never happen as the elite need for us to be in a constant battle against each other (whilst they do as the please) rather than working together for the common good.


10.) 17 Sep 2015 20:48:42
I meant to add that the party system breeds corruption via funding and lobbying. Then you get groomed politicians being given safe seats and generally helped up the greasy pole. Scrapping the parties could rid us of much of this corruption, funding would need to be 100% transparent unlike todays system.

{Ed001's Note - I have always said that too mate, so I am in full agreement.}


11.) 17 Sep 2015 21:34:06
Yes franky I know I used to hand over funds from Moscow to certain figures in both the labour party and the trades unions.

The point is any party contains a spectrum moving from the extreme to the centre. Corybn is firmly on the extreme of the party. The blairite faction is supposedly towards the centre.

And yes I agree with the other guy regards parties having too much power and influence.


 

 

 

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04 Oct 2016 10:36:15
Enjoyed that article, very interesting.

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23 Sep 2016 18:15:00
Thanks for sharing this Ed33, found it to be very informative. I think we all know that the top levels of western power are corrupt but it's great when research like this shows precisely how, when and with who this corruption takes place.

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{Ed033's Note - Ok thanks. There is a new Clinton documentary coming out soon called Clinton Inc to look out for.


 

 

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20 Sep 2016 18:48:06
Hilary is welcoming in our reptilian (serpent) overlords knowing full well what their plan is for humanity? I'm just reading some old David Icke material so apologies if I've read too much into this! :)

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16 Sep 2016 17:14:12
I see the Council on Foreign Relations backed Clinton over Trump at some point. That's usually a good indication of who is the chosen one.

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16 Sep 2016 17:12:13
Cheers Gracie. I remember reading about those items you mentioned, it's incredible stuff. I think what it shows more than anything is that a whole load of knowledge has been lost or more likely suppressed by our ruling elites.

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