Archive | September 12, 2015

Unexplained 4th Explosion Rocks China*

Unexplained 4th Explosion Rocks China*

China tells U.S. to stop “groundless” hacking accusations

A fourth industrial explosion has rocked China, this time in the Zhejiang province.

When the Tianjin explosion happened right after China’s currency devaluation (i.e. currency war), we were told by Chinese dissidents that the United States was engaged in “kinetic retaliation” against China for its cyber warfare attacks and currency moves.

Naysayers insisted Tianjin was just a “random event” and wouldn’t be repeated.

Then a retaliatory explosion destroyed a U.S. military weapons depot in Tokyo. A sabotage device was found on the scene, all but proving the explosion was deliberate sabotage.

Soon after, another massive explosion ripped through China’s Shandong province, followed by a third industrial explosion at the same time Chinese warships were spotted off the coast of Alaska. Suddenly, “coincidence theorists” began to silently slink away, hoping no one would remember how they said the explosions were just random chance and wouldn’t continue.

As I wrote just five days ago,

“Watch for yet more war posturing, currency devaluation moves, debt dumping attacks, cyber warfare, strategic hacking and “unexplained” explosions throughout the remainder of 2015. These are not random events. They are all part of the war with China that has already begun.

Now, a fourth industrial explosion confirms the pattern. Reuters now reports:

An explosion shook a chemical plant in the Chinese province of Zhejiang, state media said on Monday, though there were no immediate reports of casualties in a country on edge after blasts killed more than 160 people last month. The blast caused a fire and thick smoke to bellow from the plant in Lishui city shortly before midnight, state radio said on its official Weibo microblog.

Mainstream media tries to explain away sabotage explosions as totally normal everyday business in China

Remarkably, when the mainstream media isn’t ignoring these explosions, it’s now suddenly claiming that industrial explosions happen every day in China… so move along, there’s nothing to see here.

“Chemical plant blasts are relatively common in China,” explains Reuters,

“At least five people died in an explosion at one in Shandong province last week.” Of course, they’re only common all of a sudden right now, as this covert warfare activity escalates. I suppose if Reuters existed in World War II and was covering the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan, they would also say such bombs are now “commonplace, as there was another atomic explosion a few days earlier in Hiroshima.”

This is the same living-in-Denialville media that also claims the stock market isn’t crashing, America is at “full employment” and that Hillary Clinton is a genius. You do the math…

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Related Topics:

Asian Bank Threatens the Dollar, so U.S. Threatens China*

China Warns Russia That “State Of War” Now Exists With the U.S.*

China Blast Linked to Cyber-Warfare*

This Was No Chemical Fire, China’s Tianjin Was Nuked*

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Why Corbyn Gained the Unlikely Support of Business*

Why Corbyn Gained the Unlikely Support of Business*

By Gabrielle Pickard-Whitehead

As a small business owner I am often frowned upon for backing Labour.

“You run a business, surely you support the Conservatives,” ask my Tory-supporting acquaintances, somewhat aghast that I would even consider backing anyone but a political party with a pro-business manifesto.

Intent on exploiting what they saw as Labour’s weak spot, the Tory pre-election strategy was full of references supporting entrepreneurs big and small.

“We will cut red tape, boost start-ups and small businesses,” Conservatives gloried in a Party manifesto in April.

Several months down the line, I have seen little of the business support to start-ups and small businesses the Tories promised. In fact I’ve seen the opposite. With yet more funding cuts made to the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, businesses are finding it harder to secure employees with the right skills set – a position that hardly contributes to a buoyant pro-business economy.

Instead, many small business owners and entrepreneurs are looking to an unlikely figure to give them business support and power: the left-wing, austerity-rejecting Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Before launching his “better business” plan, Corbyn spoke of his commitment to championing small businesses and entrepreneurialism, while criticizing the government for its big corporate welfare lobbying.

The current government seems to think ‘pro-business’ means giving the green light to corporate tax avoiders and private monopolies,” Corbyn said.

“I will stand up for small businesses, independent entrepreneurs, and the growing number of enterprises that want to cooperate and innovate for the public good.”

Aiming to broaden popular appeal to his party with a pro-entrepreneurial “better business” plan, Corbyn represents a shake-up to traditional left-wing politics in Britain – and has touched a chord among workers and business owners alike. Being a small business owner myself in a rural part of the north of England, I am particularly keen to hear how Corbyn plans to help British businesses – especially small businesses that are not confined to London and the south east.

Launched during the Labour leadership campaign this summer, the Corbyn for Business platform includes a small business rate freeze and modest increases in corporation tax. The plan includes giving self-employed people greater support and reviewing social security arrangements for small business owners and self-employed workers to ensure they’re entitled to receive the same social security as traditional employees.

Another key measure of Corbyn’s “better business” plan would put rent controls in place to help prevent local shops and small businesses from being priced out of the real estate market. This measure may prove particularly welcomed by small and medium-sized businesses in London, which are finding it more and more difficult to make a living in the capital due to high property rental costs.

According to research compiled by commercial property advisors CBRE, commercial rent in some parts of London increased by 13.5% in 2014, making it one of the most expensive cities in the world to rent property. Independent analysts have said that because of the escalating cost of commercial property, many small retailers and start-ups have moved out of central London.

Furthermore, following a change to planning rules, small businesses are being increasingly priced out of London office space that is being bought by developers to convert into housing.

But it’s not just London businesses that are facing a commercial rental crisis. In my local town in rural Derbyshire, the price of commercial property rent has become so high that several local businesses have been forced to close, while others simply cannot afford to move in. Consequently, the local economy suffers as a high street has emerged full of closed shops and unused commercial buildings.

Corbyn’s fairer rent price policy that puts controls on the cost of rent to prevent small businesses being priced out is therefore not only likely to be lapped up by many small and medium sized businesses, but will also ultimately help communities like my town of New Mills to prosper.

Digital Equality

Despite being the seventh richest nation on earth, Britain still suffers a deep digital divide – which is why Corbyn’s pro-business plan also includes making digital investments to improve the U.K.’s digital infrastructure. Royal Geographical Society, the U.K.’s professional body for geography, released a paper about tackling the U.K.’s digital divide, and asserted that around 30% of homes in Britain lack any kind of access to IT. The research found that access to broadband in more remote rural areas of Britain in patchy to say the least.

Corbyn’s “Digital Investment” policy, which includes making public investment to improve the country’s digital infrastructure and help ensure businesses in rural communities have access to high speed Internet, is likely to be welcomed from businesses struggling to compete in a less digitally able environment.

Investing in Training

Another key promise in Corbyn’s “better business” plan is to increase spending on training to create a more skilled workforce. Earlier this year, Chancellor George Osborne announced the Department for Education and the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills would face almost a billion pounds of spending cuts. Each department would have to create an extra £450 million in savings in the 2015-16 financial year. The cuts, according to Osborne, are part of the Tories’ measures to make a £4.5 billion deficit reduction this year.

The harsh cuts in education and training are seen as a particular blow to the Further Education (FE) sector. So concerned is the U.K.’s Association of Colleges that they’re worried adult further education will be a thing of the past by 2020 if the cuts continue at their present rate.

David Hughes, chief executive of the adult learning body Niace, spoke of how the cuts will make it much tougher for hard-working people to improve their career prospects.

“We need to see a secure skills settlement from the government so that businesses can have the confidence to invest in training and upskilling their staff,” Hughes told the Times Educational Supplement.

It doesn’t take an economist to know that skilled workforces are what help businesses nurture and develop, and that thriving businesses are what help economies grow. Nor is it a secret that Britain is facing its worse skills shortage in 30 years. Companies and trade unions are warning that talent gaps and skills shortages, which have been pinned on the continuing decline in apprenticeships, are threatening the economy.

As Cameron and Osborne make further cuts to the education and training sector, slicing a third of the budget since the 2010 election, Britain now finds itself facing even greater skills shortages than before – hardly the work of a so-called pro-business government committed to getting the economy back on its feet.

By contrast, Jeremy Corbyn said,

“My ‘Better Business’ plan will level the playing field between small businesses and their workers who are being made to wait in the queue behind the big corporate welfare lobby the Tories are funded by and obsessed with.”

Many believe Corbyn’s investment-heavy policies like the ones mapped out in his “better business” manifesto – including freezing the small business rate, investing in renewable energy to bring down energy bills and introducing a higher minimum wage – will come at the cost to the economy.

As Corbyn’s fellow Labour leadership candidate Andy Burnham said about the possibility of Corbyn winning the next general election:

“It is possible. But I would say without a credible vision on the economy I think it is difficult.”

But by introducing pro-business and entrepreneurial policies, Corbyn is providing a new pragmatic vision to traditional left policies. By putting more power and money in the hands of businesses, by clamping down on corporate tax avoidance in a move to put small businesses on a more level playing field with large multinationals, and by boosting disposable income through a higher minimum wage and lower housing costs, it’s difficult to argue how Corbyn’s Britain would suffer economically.

The bigger question is: Can Corbyn hold on to his left-wing values in the process?

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Despite all the Covert Tricks in the Book Corbyn Wins the Labour Leadership*

Despite all the Covert Tricks in the Book Corbyn Wins the Labour Leadership*

The U.K. now has a real opposition party…

By Binoy Kampmark

Jeremy Corbyn has done it.

The agitation of the Left in a deflated, and to a large extent ruined British Labour Party, raised Corbyn from the status of the rank outsider to that of leader with a mighty 59.5% of the vote. The Times deemed him a “veteran backroom operative” who became prominent while working for “Red” Ken Livingstone over the course of 12 years, eight of which he did so as chief of staff.

Shocked out of their nonchalance, various contenders, and former leader Ed Milliband, immediately made it clear that they would be reluctant to serve in a Corbyn ministry, shadow or otherwise. Andy Burnham, who netted a mere 19% of the vote, had only one tweet of any interest: “Fuck.” Yvette Cooper, another deemed “front runner” limped over the line with 17%.

The campaign against Corbyn has been, in certain quarters, venal. The Mail on Sunday predicted crippling, spell binding catastrophe, with a “Prime Minister Corbyn” whose 1000 days would lay waste to Britain. “£3 trillion debt. National riots. A UN airlift from No 10.”

The Tory tacticians were already gathering around the notion of Left wing “risk” and are eyeing the declining union base of the Labour Party. Defence Secretary Michael Fallon, GCHQ’s finest errand boy and rank apologist, chose to congratulate Corbyn with a statement that

“Labour is now a serious risk to our nation’s security, our economy’s security and your family’s security.”

The richest comment to stem from Fallon comes from what Corbyn will supposedly do to Britain’s working class. Workers, he argues, will suffer under a Corbyn government, “racking up more debt and welfare or driving up the cost of living by printing money”.

Corbyn’s victory casts light on dramatic changes in party structure and policy. One involves the makeup of the Labour Party, which occasionally makes Corbyn sound like Podemos of Spain.

“I don’t think we can go on having policy made by the leader, shadow cabinet, or parliamentary Labour party. It’s got to go much wider. Party members need to be more enfranchised.”

The effect of Corbyn’s campaign has been dramatic at the town hall level. He has spoken to packed halls across the country. Community activists have crammed in to listen in anticipation of a progressive coming. Labour membership has boomed. The so-called £3 registered voters have effectively become a new political feature of the party.

Corbyn has done something no British politician has managed in years, with the exception perhaps, of Nicola Sturgeon. “Thanks to Corbynmania,” writes Ellie Mae O’Hagan,

we now know people up and down the country will give up their evenings and weekends for politics” (The Independent, Sep 12).

The other feature this Corbynmania drive is the policy shift it represents within a party long bruised and emptied by the Blair modernisation program. Under Blair, the budget and the market became sacred trees in the grove. Call it market realism, or, as it might better be termed, market irrationalism.

Such a philosophy invariably prided the third way sound bite and the evangelical worship of focus groups. Blair the Witch (or Warlock) tended to linger malodorously, waiting for a Corbyn to fumigate it with conviction.

What Corbyn represents is the mainstreaming of opposition to public sector cuts. It is the reaffirmation that if a government collects taxes, it should spend it as part of its social undertaking to the electorate.

The Cameron government has been waging a remorseless battle against services in an effort to balance the books, and opposition at the public level has been noisy. Labour under Ed Miliband exhibited no such opposition, accepting the Tory line that slashing budgets was the more acceptable of economic wisdoms. A plethora of grassroots organisations took root in an effort to fill the void.

The Peoples’ Assembly and U.K. Uncut will have much to cheer, as will economists such as Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman who have long argued that scorched earth policies against public spending tends to be a suicidal way of reducing deficits. Austerity, by its very nature, shrinks all before it.

While hope tends to often be a counterfeit currency, Corbyn’s victory has at least given Britain’s political establishment a jolt. His tasks will be huge – regaining Labour’s lost foothold in Scotland, and beating off detractors in his own party who are forming an exodus of retreaters. He also faces the diminishing influence of union membership in a party that always prided itself on those links. Critics will be trying to make sure Corbynmania doesn’t assume the form of a reforming avalanche.

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Has the U.K. Found a Real Leader in Corbyn?*

Corbyn has War Criminal Blair Running Scared*

Blair -Lackeys Plotting Coup to Axe Corbyn from Labour Leadership Race*

Purge of Jeremy Corbyn Voters Unmasks Britain’s Blair’s Labour Party*

This is How Many Leaders today will be Remembered

U.K: The Affect of Globalization on Poverty

U.K. Breaking the Social Contract Set’s it Back to Post-WWII*

Liverpool Votes to Leave England*

For the People, to the Scots*

How Blair Conspired with Whitehall for Ownership of Scottish Oil Fields*

Learning from the Rothschild’s: India Aim to Confiscate the People’s Gold *

Learning from the Rothschild’s: India Aim to Confiscate the People’s Gold *

In 1757 at the Battle of Plassey, Clive and British troops secured Bengal under the control of East India Company, and therefore British rule. The Rothschilds moved their entire horde of tons of gold looted from the people of Bengal to London. This gold looted from Bengal established the Rothchild’s privately owned Bank of England…

By Tyler Durden

On April 5, 1933, FDR signed Executive order 6102 which made illegal “the Hoarding of gold coin, gold bullion, and gold certificates within the continental United States” in the process criminalizing the possession of monetary gold by any individual or corporation.

This was de facto gold confiscation; De jure it wasn’t, because as compensation for the relinquished gold, Americans would receive 20.67 in freshly printed U.S. dollars for every troy ounce. Anybody who objected faced a fine of $10,000 (just under $200,000 in inflation-adjusted dollars) and up to 10 years in prison.

Once the government was confident it has confiscated enough gold, it turned around and raised the official price of a gold ounce to $35 (about $600 in today’s dollars) devaluing the US Dollar by 40% overnight at a time when currencies were still backed by hard assets.

Fast forward 82 years to a time when the barbarous relic continues to be seen as the safest store of value among India’s vast population (roughly 20% of the world’s total), not to mention the main source of financial headaches for local authorities, one of the biggest importers of gold due to its “traditional” values and where relentless Indian demand for offshore purchases of the shiny yellow metal so plagues the government’s current account and capital flow strategy, that the government may be preparing to pull a page right out of the FDR playbook.

Yesterday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s cabinet implemented the selling of “gold-backed bonds” when it approved the gold monetization plan and sale of sovereign bonds proposed several months ago by the Reserve Bank of India, the government said in a statement. The plans were first announced by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in February as measures to woo Indians away from physical gold. As Jaitley explained yesterday, the deposited gold would be auctioned, used to replenish the Reserve Bank of India’s reserves or be lent to jewellers. Subsequently, gold “depositors” can redeem in gold or cash depending on the tenure.

Said otherwise, an attempt to “fractionally-reserve” gold, which would then be used a source of gold rehypothecation in the country that despite all the government’s efforts, remains starved for physical gold.

What does the proposal entail?

As Bloomberg summarizes, an estimated 20,000 metric tons or more of bullion – more than double holdings in the U.S. – is stashed in India’s homes and temples, according to the government. It is this gold that India is scrambling to move from private hands to the public ledger.

As covered here extensively in the past, India is desperately looking for a long-term solution to curb gold imports after the current-account deficit widened to a record $190 billion in 2013 and the rupee slumped to an all-time low.

As the chart below shows, after declining to a 5 year low in 2014 following the implementation of numerous gold capital controls such as hiking the duty on imports to a record high 10%, which however also led to a record surge in gold smuggling, gold imports soared in 2015, and this year may be the highest in gold imports on record, surpassing 1000 tons.

Which is why a closer look at what the gold monetization scheme reveals Executive Order 6102 overtones: the plan will allow Indians to deposit their jewellry or bars with banks and earn interest, while the banks will be free to sell the gold to jewellers, thereby boosting supply. The deposits can be for a period of one year to 15 years with the interest on short-term commitments to be decided by the banks and those on long-term deposits by the government in consultation with the central bank.

The sovereign gold bonds are aimed at people buying the precious metal as an investment. The securities may help shift a part of the estimated 300 metric tons a year investment demand, the government said in a separate statement. The bonds will be issued in denominations of 5 grams, 10 grams, 50 grams and 100 grams for a term of five years to seven years with a rate of interest to be calculated on the value of the metal at the time of investment, it said.

But before foreigners rush to Bombay with hopes of monetizing those bars of physical in exchange for cash flow streams, the bond purchases will be limited only to local citizens and capped a just 500 grams per person annually:

In other words, very much like FDR’s proposal, what India is hoping to do is entice the population to hand over its gold only not in exchange for a cash payment “here and now”, but to use it as a monetary, interest-bearing asset, oh feel free to mock anyone who repeats the old adage that “gold pays no dividends” – in India it now pays interest.

Will the plan work?

Some are skeptical.

“It is unclear if a gold monetisation plan will be able to curb imports. A similar plan launched in 1999 had failed partly due to low interest rates, and bankers fear a repeat unless the government funds lenders to implement the programme. Jaitley declined to give details on how the government will make it attractive for banks.”

To be sure, the government can urge banks to ramp up the “deposit” interest making gold that much more attractive a monetary “investment” than mere cash, in effect confirming that this is nothing but a gold confiscation ploy (or asset swap as the purists may claim) not to mention an admission that there is something disturbingly wrong with the Indian financial system and/or economy.

But the one thing to watch for is a shift in the posture of the Indian government: for now participation in the gold monetization scheme is voluntary, and largely geared to the general public with the 500 gram/year limit. But if and when the Modi cabinet starts “urging” the population, and certainly when threats of fines and/or prison time emerge, that is when we will finally have confirmation that the second coming of Executive Order 6102 has arrived. By then, however, the ratio of paper claims to deliverable gold at the Comex should be in the 5 or more figures so at least the price of “pet rocks” should be laughable at best.

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India: The re-assimilation of the Jewel in the Crown of Western Empire*

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Has CERN Found NASA’s ‘Portal to another Dimension’?

Has CERN Found NASA’s ‘Portal to another Dimension’?

Regardless of what you and I think, ‘they’ are spending billions (which probably came from the ordinary citizens hard earned money) in this endeavour), the details of which may be never known.

The Gulf of Aden, Yemen is a part of this search…

China has deployed ships to the Gulf of Aden, a country that hasn’t deployed ships outside of their own waters in centuries.

Over Pirates??

Really??

Why all the warships from all around the world in the Gulf of Aden?

Magnetic anomaly?? An astronaut going crazy shouting that they need to warn the world??? Why all of this attention in Yemen, and silence around U.S. proxy war which is bombing and starving the people out of existence?

“ A strange report prepared by Admiral Maksimov for Prime Minister Putin of the Russian Northern Fleet indicates that a ‘mysterious magnetic vortex’ currently centered in the Gulf of Aden has “defied” all the combined efforts of Russia, U.S. and China to stop it, without being able to determine its exact origin or reason for being.”

Why would they want to stop a natural phenomena?

According to this report, U.S. scientists began noticing the “formation” of this vortex in late 2000, after the Americans had established a base of operations on the Horn of Africa, Djibouti, the capital and largest city of the Republic of Djibouti. After the attacks of 9/11, Djibouti became the home of the Combined Joint Task Force Horn of Africa (CJTF-HOA), which is a joint task force command of the United States in Africa.

When it was discovered late 2008 that the vortex in the Gulf of Aden was “expanding” the U.S. made a global warning the United States to issue a special warning world about this mysterious event.  From out of nowhere:  the Australian Royal Navy, Belgian Navy, Bulgarian Navy, Canadian Navy, Peoples Liberation Navy (China), Royal Danish Navy, the French Navy, German Navy, Greek Navy, Indian Navy, the navy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Italian Navy, Japanese Navy, Navy of the Republic of Korea (South Korea), the Royal Malaysian Navy the Royal Navy, my Navy Netherlands, Pakistani Navy, Portuguese Navy, the Royal Saudi Navy, the Russian Navy of the Republic of Singapore, the Spanish Navy, Swedish Navy, Royal Navy Thai, Turkish Navy, British Royal Navy and the Navy of the United States descended on the locality…

Remember, CERN is the biggest ‘scientific experiment’ the world has ever had, and Israel is full member… It is not only ‘playing’ with the earth’s electromagnetic field, but as a part of the universe it is playing with what even the most informed do not understand.

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NASA and Hidden Portals in Time!?

Is there a Link between CERN’s Large Hadron Collider and Recent Earthquakes?*

CERN: Connection between Particles and Influenced Human Consciousness*

Why Are They Hosting a Shiva Dance Opera Inside CERN?

Has CERN Shut Down?*

Earth Raising its Own Defence against Powerful Solar Storms*

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Aliens my A**!*

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Federal Agent Confesses ‘We Killed Michael Jackson’*

Federal Agent Confesses ‘We Killed Michael Jackson’*

His murder has been suspected for some time now. Questions arise from this video, like why now – like with a black movement uprising, and mass murder carried out by the police on the African-American lower classes doesn’t seem to silence them, is this an attempt to silence them further? Or to silence the black artistes who one-by-one are becoming proactive…. Only time can tell.

.Agent, claims that he was part of a secret operation formed under the Regan administration that was aimed to control the African American population

In a video published by Fisher of Men, an ex Department of Defence (DoD) agent, claims that he was part of a secret operation formed under the Regan administration that was aimed to control the African American population of the United States through music, as part of the famous MKUltra programme – otherwise known as the CIA’s mind control programme.

While the Government  was involved, Robert Connors claims that this went beyond the government and has been responsible for lies to the American people such as the cause of death of Tupac Shakur and the highly debated death of Michael Jackson, one of the greatest and most famous African American musicians of all time.

In a bid to prove this claim, a telephone recording is played of the alleged last conversation Michael had with former manager, Dieter Weisner.

In it he says, “I don’t know if I should tell you this. There may be a group of people, they want to get rid of me, they don’t want me here anymore.”

“I can’t talk about it over the phone, I don’t know what’s going to happen but I just feel . . . in my soul. Only God knows. They could shoot me, they could stab me, they could frame me and say I overdosed on DRUGS; they can do a lot of things.”

It’s not the Government, it’s more than the Government. I don’t know Dieter, I don’t care . . . they can take me. I don’t even care about my life anymore; I just want my children to be OK, my angels. I want them to be safe.”

He disappears after rumblings of an unrecognized voice. The next day he is found dead and his doctor, Conrad Murray, is arrested for administering lethal doses of profanol.

LaToya Jackson, has repeatedly lobbied the claim that there were other forces at bay. Murray, she says, was the fall guy, and there were people controlling him and everything he did. Ultimately she believed ‘they’ killed him.

But we don’t know who “they” are. The well-formed theory is that ‘they’ whenever ‘they’ are referred to are the illuminati. The illuminati are believed to be a society that have roots in the 18th century but are still believed to exist, infiltrating powerful institutions to control the population at large in preparation for the New World Order.

They are popularly believed to be controlling all major musicians and in some cases Hollywood. In the video, actor Randy Quaid believed that they were out to get him, discredit him and even kill him. “Star whackers” he says, are responsible for killing Heath Ledger, Chris Penn and David Caradine.

For every sign that is believed to prove the Illuminati ‘s existence, there is a debunking theory – facts that can offer an explanation. The Roc sign for instance, the hand formed pyramid, held over an eye that’s supposed to represent a few ruling over many over the all-seeing eye. All the celebrities do it – Lady Gaga, Jay Z, Beyonce . . . everyone.

That’s the thing everyone does it, just as everyone does the peace sign. Not exactly proof of the illuminati. And when they were originally formed as a group to fight prejudice, how did they become the evil controlling and mafia type entity they are now believed to be, whacking off stars left, right and centre that has led one Quaid brother to flee to Canada.

Many still believe there was more to Michael Jackson’s death, and let’s face it miscarriages of justice are not exactly uncommon in the US of A, but we’re still waiting out on exactly who ‘they’ are.

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MKUltra, Michael Jackson and Widespread Assassinations*

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NSA’s Medical Intelligence Hit List*

Court Order: The Re-Education of Lauryn Hill for Speaking the Truth!

Cosby Lawyer: Accuser Is Lying Criminal*

From a Conscious Musician to a MKUltra Slave

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Real Hip-Hop Versus the Music Industry*

To Inspire Artists to Become Activists*

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The Black Stereotype: Socially Engineered in the FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Real Black Leaders*

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Illuminati, Nazis & The Illegal State of Israel