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6 Bizarre Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True

6 Bizarre Conspiracy Theories That Turned Out To Be True

Conspiracy theories are stigmatized because people don’t want false news filling up their heads, and how can anyone blame them? Yet, because mainstream media has garnered the reputation of being the go-to for factual information, they have the ability to take possible truths and immediately have them ridiculed and dismissed.
But alternative outlets and powerful people such as WikiLeaks, Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning, and many unbiased journalists are paving the path to break such stigmas.

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Inspector General Says FBI Agents Can Pose as Journalists During Investigation

Inspector General Says FBI Agents Can Pose as Journalists During Investigation

It can be troublesome to acknowledge the fact that popular mainstream media outlets, and perhaps in some cases, popular alternative media outlets, are subject to large amounts of infiltration by intelligence agencies, but it’s true.

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Was Oregon Standoff Really About Government Insiders Selling U.S. Uranium to Russia?

Posted by on February 10, 2016 in Censorship, Government, Policies, Politics with 38 Comments
Was Oregon Standoff Really About Government Insiders Selling U.S. Uranium to Russia?

Unanswered questions remain about why the feds came down so hard on the protesters and occupiers [in Oregon Standoff]. One possible reason is that the federal government needs to seize the Hammond ranch for its precious metals and uranium.

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Project Censored #3: ICREACH: The NSA’s Secret Search Engine

Project Censored #3: ICREACH: The NSA’s Secret Search Engine

Based on documents leaked by Edward Snowden, Ryan Gallagher reported for the Intercept that the National Security Agency (NSA) has developed a “Google-like” search engine called ICREACH, which has the capacity to gather personal information. This search engine can access over 850 million personal records, including private e-mails, chats, and some phone locations.

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FBI Seeks Backdoors in New Technology (Project Censored #20)

FBI Seeks Backdoors in New Technology (Project Censored #20)

Responding to announcements by Apple and Google that they would make customers’ smartphone and computer data more secure, in October 2014 the FBI’s director James Comey announced the Bureau was seeking to enlarge its data collection capabilities to include direct access to cell phones, tablets, and computers through an expansion of the 1994 Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) in the interest of “public safety”

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Aliens DO Exist Says Top Secret FBI Memo Found By UFO Researchers

Posted by on October 1, 2015 in ETs, UFOs & Crop Circles, Reality's Edge with 44 Comments
Aliens DO Exist Says Top Secret FBI Memo Found By UFO Researchers

Whatever the details of this reportedly top secret memo, the truth is out there…

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The U.S. Government Admits to Spying On the Public With Fake Companies

The U.S. Government Admits to Spying On the Public With Fake Companies

The Associated Press recently reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has been flying at least 100 planes across the country that are equipped with video and audio surveillance equipment. This includes the controversial StingRay cellphone surveillance technology. Even more interesting is the fact that these planes are operated by fake front companies used by the government and are rarely given judicial approval.

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FBI Favors Crack Down on Dissent Over Justice

FBI Favors Crack Down on Dissent Over Justice

In October 2011, when the Occupy movement arrived in Houston, protesters were subject to local and federal surveillance, infiltration by police provocateurs, and police assault. Months later, Dave Lindorff reported for WhoWhatWhy, a document obtained in December 2012 from the Houston FBI office shows that the agency was aware of a plot to assassinate Occupy movement leaders—and did nothing about it.

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Hiding in Plain Sight: ISIS & Terrorism

Hiding in Plain Sight: ISIS & Terrorism

Julian Assange…Chelsea (a/k/a Bradley) Manning…Edward Snowden…Dr. William H. Thompson…and the list goes on. These brave individuals left their comfortable mundane lives and took a leap into uncertainty where they knew they could be allowed to fall flat and hard to the lowest depths they could imagine or into the supportive arms of people who would call them heroes. These individuals, we call “whistleblowers”, mined the shadowy depths of black budget operations and brought tremendous secrets to light. The aggregation of their revelations no doubt overjoyed those activists who have long been asserting that nefarious things were being perpetrated by our government, in our name, and with our tax monies…But not all secrets are hidden in the dark. Some are right out in the open if you know where to look.

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FBI Doesn’t Count Number of Civilians Killed By Cops But You Can Help Build a Database That DOES

Posted by on February 28, 2015 in Agencies & Systems, Government with 1 Comment
FBI Doesn’t Count Number of Civilians Killed By Cops But You Can Help Build a Database That DOES

Although the Federal Bureau of Investigation tracks how many police officers die in the line of duty, it keeps no such record for how many civilians are killed by police each year

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Media Outlets ‘Outraged’ After FBI Caught Falsifying AP Story to Target Suspect

Posted by on October 29, 2014 in Corporate Controlled Media, Media & Arts with 0 Comments
Media Outlets ‘Outraged’ After FBI Caught Falsifying AP Story to Target Suspect

Major media outlets expressed outrage following revelations this week that in 2007, the FBI crafted a news story under a false Associated Press byline, and possibly mimicked the Seattle Times website, as part of a covert effort to locate a suspect in a bomb threat.

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Another November Anniversary: Forgotten Souls of the Jonestown Massacre

Written by on November 26, 2013 in Reality's Edge, Religion with 3 Comments
Another November Anniversary: Forgotten Souls of the Jonestown Massacre

Last week, enshrouded in joyous political triumphs like President Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg address and sinister CIA assassinations like that of the infamous President J.F.K. by future Nixon/Watergate puppet, E. Howard Hunt, marked the thirty-fifth anniversary of nearly one-thousand forgotten American deaths at a makeshift encampment in the bowels of Guyana. It was a horrific incident that rocked the world.

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How to Prosecute the Elite Bank CEO that Led the Frauds that Drove the Crisis

Posted by on November 16, 2013 in Agencies & Systems, Government, Politics with 0 Comments
How to Prosecute the Elite Bank CEO that Led the Frauds that Drove the Crisis

Economist William K. Black explains the elements of “control fraud” and its results. He also outlines the steps that must be taken to end the epidemic of “control fraud” through effective regulation and prosecution.

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The New York Times Authors the Most Ironic Sentence of the Crisis

Posted by on October 28, 2013 in Agencies & Systems, Corruption, Government, Politics with 0 Comments
The New York Times Authors the Most Ironic Sentence of the Crisis

Economist William K. Black continues his analysis of the mortgage fraud crisis in an examination of the so-called “aggressive” prosecution of Bank of America for having sold “defective mortgages.” Black is a truthteller who does not hesitate to use the “f”-word: “fraud.”

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The Data Hackers: Mining Your Information for Big Brother

The Data Hackers: Mining Your Information for Big Brother

We willingly hand over information to the big data companies and in return they facilitate our communications and provide us with diversions. Take Google, which offers free email, data storage, and phone calls to many of us, or Verizon, which charges for smartphones and home phones. We can withdraw from them anytime, just as we believe that we can delete our day-to-day social activities from Facebook or Twitter.

But there is a second kind of data company of which most people are unaware: high-tech outfits that simply help themselves to our information in order to allow U.S. government agencies to dig into our past and present. Some of this is legal, since most of us have signed away the rights to our own information on digital forms that few ever bother to read, but much of it is, to put the matter politely, questionable.

This second category is made up of professional surveillance companies. They generally work for or sell their products to the government — in other words, they are paid with our tax dollars — but we have no control over them.

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