Monday, April 29, 2013

Conspiracy #7 ..

Conspiracy #7: The government is staging terrorist attacks on itself.

The Truth: Military officials once suggested staging phony terrorist attacks to justify war with Cuba.

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In the early 1960s, the Joint Chiefs of Staff proposed the impossible: an American attack on America. The plan suggested fake terrorist attacks on US cities and bases. The goal? To blame Cuba and drum up support for war.
Officials called the proposal Operation Northwoods. The original memo suggested that, “We could develop a communist Cuban terror campaign in the Miami area, in other Florida cities, and even in Washington.”
Northwoods suggested that US personnel could disguise themselves as Cuban agents. These undercover soldiers could burn ammunition and sink ships in the harbor at Guantanamo Bay. “We could blow up a US ship and blame Cuba,” the memo says.
Northwoods also included a plan to “sink a boatload of Cubans en route to Florida (real or simulated)" and suggested “an incident which will demonstrate that a Cuban aircraft has attacked and shot down a charter civil airline.” Officials planned to fake a commercial hijacking, secretly landing the plane while an identical drone crashed nearby.
When the attacks finished, the government would release incriminating documents “substantiating Cuban involvement. . .World opinion and the United Nations forum should be favorably affected by developing the international image of the Cuban government as rash and irresponsible.”
President Kennedy rejected the proposal.

Friday, April 26, 2013

Mind Control ..

Who doesn’t want a telepathic ray gun? The U.S. Army sure does. It’s already researched a device that could beam words into your skull, according to the 1998 report "Bioeffects of Selected Nonlethal Weapons." The report says that, with the help of special microwaves, “this technology could be developed to the point where words could be transmitted to be heard like the spoken word, except that it could only be heard within a person’s head.” The device could “communicate with hostages” and could “facilitate a private message transmission.”
In 2002, the Air Force Research laboratory patented a similar microwave device. Rep. Dennis Kucinich seemed concerned, because one year earlier, he proposed the Space Preservation Act, which called for a ban of all “Psychotronic weapons.” It didn’t pass.
The mind games don’t stop there. The CIA’s massive mind control experiment, Project MKUltra, remains the pet project of paranoid people everywhere. Beginning in the early 1950s, the CIA started asking strange questions in memos, like:
“Can we get control of an individual to the point where he will do our bidding against his will and even against fundamental laws of nature, such as self-preservation?”
In April 1953, the CIA decided to find out. The Agency wanted to develop drugs that could manipulate Soviet spies and foreign leaders—essentially, a truth serum. The CIA brimmed with other ideas, too, but Director Allen Dulles complained that there weren’t enough “human guinea pigs to try these extraordinary techniques.”

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Billy Jack : "We despise both political parties, really loathe them,"


Billy Jack Is Ready to Fight the Good Fight Again

Published: June 20, 2005
SANTA ROSA VALLEY, Calif. - It has been more than 30 years, but Billy Jack is still plenty ticked off.
Jamie Rector for The New York Times
The husband-and-wife team of Tom Laughlin (Billy Jack) and Delores Taylor (Jean).
Everett Collection
Tom Laughlin, "Billy Jack" in 1971, fought for the downtrodden.
Back then, it was bigotry against Native Americans, trouble with the nuclear power industry and big bad government that made this screen hero explode in karate-fueled rage. At the time, the unlikely combination of rugged-loner heroics - all in defense of society's downtrodden and forgotten - and rough-edged filmmaking sparked a pop culture and box-office phenomenon.
Now the man who created and personified Billy Jack, Tom Laughlin - the writer, director, producer and actor - is determined to take on the establishment again, and his concerns are not so terribly different. Mr. Laughlin (and therefore Billy Jack) is angry about the war in Iraq and about the influence of big business in politics. And he still has a thing for the nuclear power industry.
"I'm going to say a lot of egregious things," Mr. Laughlin, 73, announced at the start of an interview at his home here in the rolling horse country east of Los Angeles. His face is creased with deep lines, his hair a bleached gray, but he is still entirely recognizable as the handsome Billy Jack.

"We despise both political parties, really loathe them," he said. ("We" might be Mr. Laughlin and his alter ego, or it might include his wife, Delores Taylor, who played Billy Jack's pacifist partner, Jean; but one doesn't interrupt the man lightly.)
"We the people have no representative of any kind," he continued. "It's now the multinationals. They've taken over. It's no different than the 70's, but it's gotten worse. And if you use words like 'impeachment' or 'fascist' you're a nut on a soapbox."
So Mr. Laughlin and Ms. Taylor are planning to bring their characters back to the big screen with a new $12 million sequel, raising money from individuals just as they did to make their films three decades ago.
In this new film, they say, they will take on social scourges like drugs, and power players like the religious right. They say they will also outline a way to end the current war and launch a political campaign for a third-party presidential candidate.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Alien Skull

Scientists think this triangular skull belongs to an alien

Was the US government wrong when it claimed that there is no evidence in support of extra terrestrial life on Earth earlier this month? The answer is maybe, after the discovery of a big-headed mummy in Peru brought a mixed reaction from academics involved in the project, which was reported by RPP (in Spanish).

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Lee's got a Facebook?

If the artwork looks too perfect, don't believe!

Anytime you get a perfectly crafte photo... yes, it's, no doubt an artist's vision of fallen sky rather than a UFO reality.
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Sunday, April 21, 2013

.. A chip in your head!

  Lee Crisman is a advocate of the old school idea of "dropping out" because, according to Lee, we are so trapped by electronics mixing with ELF as well as the newly developed science of control.

"Visit your doctors and find out if you have been chipped, because, if you have a chunk in your head THEY are in control."

-  Lee

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Arizona mining towns breed the alien mind!

Lee Crisman has traveled the great American desert in search of the answer to the mysteries of the Mojave, as well as several well known copper mining towns that, according to Crisman are tied into the "answer".  After several years of doing a radio show from Roswell New Mexico Mr. Crisman came up with a theory (that most disgard) where he believes that there is a connection with a geographic triangle in Arizona ...


Monday, April 15, 2013

Threat Level ..

Secrets of FBI Smartphone Surveillance Tool Revealed in Court Fight

Image: rmuser/Flickr
A legal fight over the government’s use of a secret surveillance tool has provided new insight into how the controversial tool works and the extent to which Verizon Wireless aided federal agents in using it to track a suspect.
Court documents in a case involving accused identity thief Daniel David Rigmaiden describe how the wireless provider reached out remotely to reprogram an air card the suspect was using in order to make it communicate with the government’s surveillance tool so that he could be located.
Rigmaiden, who is accused of being the ringleader of a $4 million tax fraud operation, asserts in court documents that in July 2008 Verizon surreptitiously reprogrammed his air card to make it respond to incoming voice calls from the FBI and also reconfigured it so that it would connect to a fake cell site, or stingray, that the FBI was using to track his location.

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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Looking for Crisman ..

A fan of Mr. Crisman sent this cut and past in ..  We can assume that, perhaps Crisman was staying in the Streamline tralier.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

UFO in the light of the moon.

UFO enthusiasts admit the truth may not be out there after all

Declining numbers of “flying saucer” sightings and failure to establish proof of alien existence has led UFO enthusiasts to admit they might not exist after all.

UFO enthusiasts admit the truth may not be out there after all
Dozens of groups interested in unidentified flying objects have closed due to lack of interest Photo: ALAMY

Watchers ..

Monday, April 8, 2013

Disinformation or Cover Up ? The Moorpark Lights ..

Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Video: Moorpark Lights Incident - What Really Happened?

Ms. Mendoza and her husband were recently attacked by flying lights in Moorpark CA. (northeast of Los Angeles). She testifies that a chupacabra, or a monkey creature was directing the craft.

This is a section of a larger story about the real live events which recently took place in Moorpark, CA. Dr. Daniel Fryye has completed a video study of the strange lights that have assailed this California town in an under reported incident much like the Phoenix lights.


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Sunday, April 7, 2013

Yes more aliens ...

By 2023, it looks like we're going to meet some aliens. According to a "Global Risks" report by the World Economic Forum, it looks like we're on pace to make contact with aliens within the next decade.
They say, "Given the pace of space exploration, it is increasingly conceivable that we may discover the existence of alien life in 10 years' time, we may have evidence not only that Earth is not unique, but also that life exists elsewhere in the universe."
Also, their biggest concern isn't a full-scale alien invasion that enslaves the human race but that people will have panic attacks and meltdowns if we discover alien life and it makes them question their religious beliefs.
"The discovery of even simple life would fuel speculation about the existence of other intelligent beings and challenge many assumptions that underpin human philosophy and religion."
So we have to ask. Do you think this report is true and we will one day discover that there are aliens out there...somewhere? Let us know what you think on one of our social media sites!

Saturday, April 6, 2013

More on Schirmer ..

Source: Brent Raynes
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1967 Alien Abduction Case of a Nebraska Police Officer

On December 3, 1967, around 2:30 a.m., in the vicinity of Ashland, Nebraska, police sergeant Herbert Schirmer, 22, noticed some red lights along Highway 63. Thinking that it was a stopped truck he approached and shown his high beams on it. Soon he realized it was no truck. Instead it was a disc-shaped object with a shiny, polished aluminum looking surface, and a catwalk that went around it. The red lights, which were blinking, were shining out from windows in the object. The UFO appeared to be a mere 6 to 8 feet above the road, and was hovering in the air with a slight tilt. Then the object began to slowly ascend, making a siren kind of noise, and issuing a flame-like display from the underside. Sticking his head out the window, Sgt. Schirmer watched the UFO pass nearly overhead. Then suddenly it shot up and out of sight.

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Lee and Dora host "1325" ..

Hey kids we just added Missour Milt's strange real encounter with a girl in Vegas who claims to have had a sexual encounter with a Gray alien.  The show is hosted by Lee and his freind (sometimes girl friend) Dora Perez.  Enjoy.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Herbert Schirmer adbucted b y E.T.s

Nebraska Police Sergeant Herbert Schirmer claimed that he was abducted by extraterrestrials on December 3, 1967, while in Ashland, Nebraska. His case was one of those investigated in the Condon Report. He flew to Boulder, Colorado and was examined under hypnosis by psychologist Dr. R. Leo Sprinkle of the University of Wyoming on February 13, 1968. Under hypnosis he reported that he had seen a blurred white object that came out of what he had at first mistaken for a truck because of blinking red lights. The white object communicated mentally with him, preventing him from drawing his gun. After hypnosis he said that the beings in the vehicle were friendly, had bases on Venus, and drew energy from power lines.
The commission's conclusion was "Evaluation of psychological assessment tests, the lack of any evidence, and interviews with the patrolman, left project staff with no confidence that the trooper’s reported UFO experience was physically real." Sprinkle thought Schirmer believed what he was saying and was not consciously inventing the story.

Monday, April 1, 2013