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The Telegraph: ‘Perhaps the world’s conspiracy theorists have been right all along’

Conspiracy theories used to be so easy.

You’d have your mate who, after a few beers, would tell you that the moon landings were faked or that the Illuminati controlled everything or that the US government was holding alien autopsies in Area 51. And you’d be able to dismiss this because it was all rubbish.

Look, you’d say, we have moon rock samples and pictures and we left laser reflectors on the surface and… basically you still don’t believe me but that’s because you’re mad and no proof on earth (or the moon) would satisfy you.

It’s true that there was always the big one which wasn’t quite so easily dismissed. This was the Kennedy assassination – but here you could be fairly sure that the whole thing was a terrible, impenetrable murky morass. You knew that some things never would be known (or would be released, partially redacted by the CIA, 200 years in the future). And you knew that whatever the truth was it was probably a bit dull compared to your mate’s flights of fantasy involving the KGB, the Mafia and the military-industrial complex. Besides, it all made for a lot of very entertaining films and books.

This nice, cozy state of affairs lasted until the early 2000s. But then something changed. These days conspiracy theories don’t look so crazy and conspiracy theorists don’t look like crackpots. In fact, today’s conspiracy theory is tomorrow’s news headlines. It’s tempting, I suppose, to say we live in a golden age of conspiracy theories, although it’s only really golden for the architects of the conspiracies. From the Iraq war to Fifa to the banking crisis, the truth is not only out there, but it’s more outlandish than anything we could have made up.

Of course, our real-life conspiracies aren’t much like The X-Files – they’re disappointingly short on aliens and the supernatural. Rather, they’re more like John Le Carre books. Shady dealings by powerful people who want nothing more than to line their profits at the expense of others. The abuse of power. Crazy ideologues who try and create their own facts for fun and profit. Corporations supplanting governments via regulatory capture.

So, what are some of our biggest conspiracies?

The Iraq War:

The most disgusting abuse of power in a generation and a moral quagmire that never ends. America is attacked by terrorists and so, declares war on a country that had nothing whatsoever to do with the attacks, while ignoring an oil rich ally which had everything to do with them. The justification for war is based on some witches’ brew of faulty intelligence, concocted intelligence and ignored good intelligence. Decent people are forced to lie on an international stage. All sensible advice is ignored and rabid neo-con draft dodgers hold sway on military matters. The UK joins this fool’s errand for no good reason. Blood is spilled and treasure is spent.

The result is a disaster that was predicted only by Middle Eastern experts, post-conflict planners and several million members of the public. Thousands of allied troops and hundreds of thousands of blameless Iraqis are killed, although plenty of companies and individuals benefit from the US dollars that were shipped out, literally, by the ton. More recently, Iraq, now in a far worse state than it ever was under any dictator, has become an incubator for more terrorists, which is a special kind of geopolitical irony lost entirely on the war’s supporters.

And yet, we can’t really bring ourselves to hold anyone accountable. Apportioning responsibility would be difficult, painful and inconvenient, so we shrug as the men behind all this enjoy their well-upholstered retirements despite being directly and personally responsible for hundreds of thousands of deaths and trillions of wasted dollars. And the slow drip, drip of revelations continues, largely ignored by the public, despite the horrendous costs which (in the UK) could have been spent on things like the NHS or properly equipping our armed forces.

Fifa:

The conspiracy du jour. We always knew Fifa was shonky and bribey, but most of us thought the more outlandish claims were just that. Not so. As it turns out, Fifa is a giant corruption machine and it now looks like every World Cup in the last three decades, even the ones we were cool about, like South Africa, could have been fixes.

On the plus side, it seems that something may be done, but it’ll be far too late to help honest footballing nations who missed their moment in the sun. For those who say “it’s only a stupid sport”, well, recently we’ve heard accusations of arms deals for votes involving… wait for it… Saudi Arabia. The Saudi connection makes me wonder if, soon, we’ll be looking a grand unified conspiracy theory which brings together lots of other conspiracy theories under one corrupt, grubby roof.

The banking crisis:

A nice financial counterpoint to Iraq. Virtually destroy the western financial system in the name of greed. Get bailed out by the taxpayers who you’ve been ripping off. And then carry on as if nothing whatsoever has happened. No jail, no meaningful extra regulation, the idea of being too big to fail as much of a joke as it was in 2005. Not even an apology. In fact, since the crisis you caused, things have got much better for you – and worse for everyone else. Much like Iraq, no-one has been held responsible or even acknowledged any wrongdoing. Again, this is partially because it’s so complicated and hard – but mainly because those who caused the crisis are so well represented in the governments of the countries who bailed them out. Oh, and while we’re at it, the banks played a part in the Fifa scandal. As conspiracy theorists will tell you, everything is connected.

The Paedophiles

This one seems like a particularly dark and grisly thriller. At first it was just a few rubbish light entertainers. Then it was a lot more entertainers. Then we had people muttering about the political establishment – and others counter-muttering don’t be ridiculous, that’s a conspiracy theory. But it wasn’t. Now, it’s a slow-motion train crash and an endless series of glacial government inquiries. The conspiracy theorists point out that a lot of real stuff only seems to come out after the alleged perpetrators are dead or so senile it no longer matters. It’s hard to disagree with them. It’s also hard to imagine what kind of person would be so in thrall to power that they’d cover up child abuse.

And the rest

Where do you start? We could look at the EU and pick anything from its rarely signed-off accounts to the giant sham that let Greece join the Euro in the first place. We could look at UK defence procurement – and how we get so much less bang for our buck than France. We could peer at the cloying, incestuous relationship between the UK’s political class and its media moguls and how our leaders still fawn over a man whose poisonous control over so much of our media dates back to dodgy deal in 1981 that was denied for 30 years. We could look at the NSA and its intimate/ bullying relationship with tech companies. And we could go on and on and on.

But actually what we should be thinking is that a lot of this is what happens what you dismantle regulatory frameworks. This is what happens when you let money run riot and you allow industries to police themselves. This is what happens when the rich and powerful are endlessly granted special privileges, celebrated and permitted or even encouraged to place themselves above the law. And this is what happens when ordinary people feel bored by and excluded from politics, largely because their voices matter so little for the reasons above. Effectively, we are all living in Italy under Silvio Berlusconi. What’s the point in anything?

But actually, there is some hope. While the number of rich and powerful people who think they can get away with anything has undoubtedly grown, technology has made leaking much easier. Wikileaks may not be perfect, but it’s a lot better than no leaks at all. The other thing that gives me succour is the public’s view of the bankers. We still hate them, which is absolutely as it should be. And slowly this contempt is starting to hurt the masters of the universe. It’s notable that, recently, banking has started tumbling down the down the list of desirable careers. So, I suppose the solution is simple: we need more regulation, we need more transparency and we need more public shame and disgust. We might even get the last two; I’m less hopeful about the first.

In the X-Files, Fox Mulder’s famous catchphrase was, “I want to believe” but that’s because the conspiracy theories he dealt with were rather good fun. Ours, by contrast, tend to involve an endless procession of wealthy old men abusing their power. So I don’t want to believe any more. I want my kids to grow up in a world where conspiracy theories are something you laugh at.

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The Cosmic False Flag: Experts Claim Shadow Government Will Fake Alien Invasion

Quoting a report published in Aviation Week and Space Technology on August 17, 1992, aerospace historian Michael Schratt states more than $100 million dollars of tax payer money a day — every day of the year — is being spent on covert operations with no civilian oversight whatsoever.

That’s $3 billion a month going to projects that you and I know absolutely nothing about.

Think about that for a moment. Imagine what you could do with that kind of money?

Now try imagine what greedy-power drunk psychopaths could do with that money?

If that’s not disturbing enough, it has already been officially acknowledged that trillions of dollars of tax payer money cannot be accounted for…

Of course, this is pretty mind blowing to consider in and of itself. It’s actually very difficult to even believe or comprehend how the government can get away with something like this. But sadly they can, and they do.

The obvious question here is, where is all this money going?

According to this documentary, these funds are going into the planning of an unprecedented false flag attack that will “make 9/11 look like a picnic,” and ultimately be used to justify an authoritarian government unlike anything the human race has ever seen.

You can watch the trailer below;

The Highest Form Of Ignorance Is When You Reject Something You Know Nothing About

Personally, I have no idea whether this story is true or not, but I did decide to keep an open mind and watch the documentary which I was very impressed with.

Not only does it make a sensible argument to support the theory of a cosmic false flag event in the making, but it also presents strong evidence — particularly in the form of high ranking government/military official testimony — that alien visitation has already taken place, bodies have been recovered, and all of this has actually been hidden in plain sight for decades.

So instead of mindlessly rejecting this information based on your personal narrow minded prejudice, simply hear what these reputable authorities have to say. The highest form of ignorance is when we reject something we actually know nothing about.

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Agartha, A Subterranean World Inside Our Planet, Confirmed By Top Secret Nazi Maps And Documents

Us humans know a lot about the surface of the Earth. We’ve drilled oil rigs into it, mapped it, and studied it so many times that we can pretty much find out anything about the Earth from some database out there. However, we know very little about the inside of the Earth, a fact that the Nazis think that they have a lead into.

Map of Neuschwabenland

Nazi maps were recently uncovered that brought up questions as to whether the Earth is partially hollow and inhabited by lifeforms that we might have never seen. There are even stories of these Nazis who explored the polar regions of the Earth and going so far as to create secret bases in Antarctica.Imperial German maps of the Hollow Earth

Imperial German maps of the Hollow Earth

Translation:Maps for the passage of the depths of the seas.Use only during manoeuvers!Instructions to pass spaces and corridors for the voyage to Agartha.

Beyond the Nazis, many other researchers have discovered and published material regarding Operation Highjump and Admiral Byrd’s journeys in which technologically-advanced airships and UFO were believed to be seen flying around, and even aggressively engaging with them. In addition, a top-secret map found in a U-Boat depicts many secret passages that were used by the U-boats to explore unknown and mysterious underground regions. All these maps indicated that the center of the Earth is hollow. But why have the Nazis kept this a secret for so long? Such a fact would be of great curiosity to man if it were found true.


This is a close up of the document showing us the NS Seal and advice on how to work with it.

Translation:After returning from the assigment hand in at the secret department!IN CASE OF DANGER DESTROY FIRST!Printed for the Military Navy in an edition of 1300 copies at the special laboratory of the KZ Dachau. January 1944.

Perhaps all this was merely a propaganda scheme made for the war. After all, the Nazis wanted to establish themselves as a master race, and making it look like they had access to underground U-Boat tunnels and that they could communicate with supernatural things such as UFOs would make them look very dominant if that U-Boat were to be captured by the enemy.

This map shows us the main continent of this hemisphere named Liberia. The main ocean here again is also the Valkarian Ocean. On the lower part of the map the city of Shambala is depicted. The Tibetan Monks believe that the City of Shambala is not on our surface but on the inside of the Earth. This map of the Inner Earth shows us the actual position of Shambala confirming the actual existence of this mythical place.Or maybe the Nazis wanted to keep this information secret to us in case they ever needed to use it for military needs in the future. Think about it: having access to secret underground tunnels could lead to more efficient and safe travel over enemy waters.

This is a letter from a German U Boat crewman of U-209. He says in the letter that U-209 commanded by Heinrich Brodda made it to the Inner Earth of Agharta and that they wouldn’t be coming back.

Translation: Dear old comrade,This message will be a surprise to you. The U Boat 209 has made it, the Earth is HOLLOW! Dr. Haushofer and Hess were right. The whole crew is doing well, but they cannot come back. We are no prisoners. I am certain, that this message will reach you, it is the last contact with the U 209. We will meet again comrade. I am worried about the people that have to live on the surface, since the Fuehrer is gone.God bless our Germany always.With hearty greetings,Karl Unger

Whether the Earth is hollow or not, the Nazis have left us quite a puzzle to deal with. Hopefully one day we will take a “Journey to the Center of the Earth” and find out!

Translation:

Neuschwabenland, Antarctica and Operation Highjump

More info and translations of all the text on the documents: http://imperialgermans.com/documents.html

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Recently released CIA-UFO files reveal US considered plan to stage alien invasion for psychological warfare

Jon Austin Express

Comment: In recent weeks, thousands of pages of the US Air Force’s investigation into UFO’s have been released and published on the web. And seemingly separately, the CIA has released thousands of declassified documents as well. As part of this possibly coordinated pseudo-disclosure, the information gleaned from the CIA release (below) is as interesting for what it says as for what it doesn’t say.

Details of the shocking plan are buried in once top secret Central Intelligence Service (CIA) UFO files now published on the agency’s website.

The potential weapon was discussed in a memo from Marshall Chadwell, assistant director of Scientific Intelligence, to General Walter Bedell Smith, CIA Director of Central Intelligence, which was sent in October 1952, when the CIA was deeply involved in investigating the UFO and flying saucer phenomena following an explosion in sightings.

The memo was sent at the height of the Cold War and considered if the number of UFO sightings could be predicted or controlled or, more sinisterly, even “used from a psychological warfare point of view, either offensively or defensively”.

It said studies showed public concern, not just in the US but wider, with the phenomena, was so strong that many people may be pre-conditioned to accept the incredible as being true.

The memo added that news of potential alien activity had the potential to spark mass hysteria and panic.

Since 1947, the Air technical Intelligence Centre, had received 1,500 official sighting reports, plus more from the public and press.

In July 1952 there were 250 reports, and of all sightings 20 per cent remained unexplainable.

Extracts from the former top secret memo

With so many sightings happening there was a danger of false alarms for real military invasions from the Soviet Union, or worse still, real attacks being misinterpreted as “phantom” UFOs, the memo said.

The report added: “Immediate steps should be taken to improve identification of both visual and electronic phantom so that, in the event of an attack, instant and positive identification of enemy planes or missiles can be made.

“A study should be instituted to determine what, if any, utilisation could be made of these phenomena by United States psychological warfare planners.”

The paranoia of the Cold War was evident in the memo, which spoke of fears of a Soviet plot to use fear of UFOs against the US public.

The memo added it would need to establish “what, if any, defences should be planned in anticipation of Soviet plans to utilise them”.

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The memo was to General Walter Bedell Smith from H Marshall Chadwell (inset).

Mr Chadwell continued: “Other intelligence problems which require determination are: possible Soviet intentions and capabilities to utilise these phenomena to the detriment of United States security interests.”

The memo also asked for a probe into how much the Soviet Union knew about UFOs, and the reason behind why there was never any mention of aliens or flying saucers in Russian media.

Mr Chadwell signed off his memo adding: “I consider this problem to be of such importance that it should be brought to the attention of the National Security Council, in order that a community-wide coordinated effort towards its solution may be initiated.”

It is not clear from the releases what further work was done in these areas, but there are not thought to be any cases on record of either the US or Soviet Union using UFO fears in any form of attack, defence or psychological warfare.

However, the disclosure will likely fuel ongoing conspiracy theories which claim the US military and intelligence services maintain a strong interest in the phenomena.

One such theory is that the US was planning to initiate a “false flag” incident using hologram technology to stage a fake alien invasion as a way of introducing Marshall (sic) Law or other controls on the public.

Comment: They don’t need to take such risks of hologram technology not working properly, today all they have to do is murder a bunch more people 911-style and pin it on ISIS. Easy as pie, and all too many continue to fall for it.

There are also conspiracies surrounding the government’s High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program.

It was a US military scientific project which has spawned even more conspiracies than the Large Hadron Collider.

It was established by the US Air Force to study the Earth’s ionosphere – a highly charged and active part of the upper atmosphere.

But many conspiracists always claimed it was a cover for secretive tests to control the weather or even to research “captured UFO technology” or create a false flag hologram.

The air force ended the project in 2014, but some claim it continues.

UFO buffs maintain a strong interest in the mysterious top-secret Area 51 military base in the Nevada desert, where it is claimed all evidence of alien visitation of Earth is kept and engineers use recovered alien technology to boost their own.

The CIA has previously said it no longer has an interest in the UFO phenomena, as no real national security threat was ever identified.

Comment: The recently released memo suggests a few things that seem important to note:

1. U.S. intelligence agencies have been thinking about how to use false flag-style psychological warfare on U.S. citizens (and people of other nations) for literally decades. Operation Northwoods, from 1962, is another case in point. And all the many more recent false flag attacks, of course.

2. Despite the recent pseudo-disclosures that suggest “nothing’s happening here” there was a time when various elements of the U.S. government were very interested in the UFO phenomenon. And everyone knows it, even if there is official denial about it now.

3. Leaving the UFO dimension out of it, the U.S. intelligence agencies seem just as obsessed with the so-called “Russian threat” today, as they were then. Not much has changed in their paranoid and pathological drive to defeat the manufactured enemy.

4. The understanding “that news of potential alien activity had the potential to spark mass hysteria and panic” is the very reason why real Disclosure will never happen through official channels. Ignorance breeds docility until it no longer serves the purposes of the controllers.

5. The U.S. government’s exploring a plan to fake an alien invasion does not preclude the very real possibility of an authentic one occurring. Though one could well argue that the ‘advance team’ – in the form of psychopaths destroying our planet – seems to be paving the way…

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