The Circumcision Conspiracy

The Circumcision Conspiracy

There is a conspiracy to advance circumcision to reduce sexual pleasure and thus prevent so many politicos from getting into trouble for thinking with their cocks, as was the case with Herman Cain. Photo: johntrainor

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com The foreskin is the hood of skin which covers the head of the penis. When penises are discussed in formal circles, and let’s have more of that, the foreskin is called the prepuce and the penis head is the glans. Circumcision sees the removal of this piece of skin. According to the Canadian Pediatric Society, between 69 and 97 percent of males in the United States were circumcised in 1970. According to the Centers for...
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TWA Flight 800: No, it Wasn’t an Electrical Spark Caused by a Short Circuit

TWA Flight 800: No, it Wasn’t an Electrical Spark Caused by a Short Circuit

A reconstructed section of Flight 800

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Around 2019 eastern daylight time on July 17, 1996, Trans World Airlines, Inc (TWA) Flight 800, a Boeing 747-131 airliner with tail number N93119, was delayed for just over one hour at John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) in New York because there was a mismatch between passengers and baggage. This resolved, the aircraft took off bound for Charles de Gaulle International Airport in Paris. Aboard were two pilots, two flight engineers, 14 flight attendants, and...
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Why it’s an Awfully Good Idea to Drill a Hole in your Head

Why it’s an Awfully Good Idea to Drill a Hole in your Head

Trepanation has been around for a while.

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Trepanation is the practice of drilling a hole in the skull. The skull is pierced, but the underlying blood-vessels, meninges, and brain are left untouched. The word comes from the Greek “trypanon,” meaning “to bore,” which was the name of the tool the ancient Greeks used for the purpose. The Greeks were the first to use a drill-bore for the operation. Medically, trepanation is known as a craniotomy, and other names for it are trephination,...
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Defeated by Inferior Technology

Defeated by Inferior Technology

The U.S. military is actually a bit crap.

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com “We were defeated by one thing only – by the inferior science of our enemies. I repeat – by the inferior science of our enemies.” from Supremacy, by Arthur C. Clarke. INTRODUCTION Between the end of the Vietnam War and the invasion of Grenada in 1983, nobody considered the U.S. military unstoppable, but times change. U.S. defense spending dwarfs that of the next six biggest spenders together. U.S. military hardware is considered the best. The...
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The Exceptionally Naughty Business of COINTELPRO

The Exceptionally Naughty Business of COINTELPRO

The villian of the piece

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” - The First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States COINTELPRO stands for counter-intelligence program, and is the collective name for 2,370 covert action programs directed at US domestic...
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What Really Went on at Roswell

What Really Went on at Roswell

Newspapers reported that the U.S. Army Air Force had recovered a flying saucer at Roswell.

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com What happened Originally, at the location of what is now the town of Roswell, New Mexico, there was a crossroads whose springs provided water to cattle. The beginnings of the town came in 1869, when professional gambler Van C. Smith constructed two adobe buildings, which became the settlement’s general stores, post office, and sleeping quarters. Smith claimed the land, and became the first postmaster of the town, which he named after his father, prominent lawyer...
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Introducing Task Force Orange

Introducing Task Force Orange

The handiwork of Task Force Orange

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Our story begins on April 24, 1980, with Operation Eagle Claw, the disastrous U.S. attempt to rescue hostages from the U.S. embassy in Tehran. RH-53Ds aboard the USS Nimitz prior to Operation Eagle Claw Six Hercules transport aircraft and eight RH-53D Sea Stallion helicopters were to fly under radar and rendezvous at a secret landing strip in the Iranian desert, code-named Desert One. All aircraft bore black-red-black identification stripes. At Desert One, the aircraft would...
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The Truth about the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion

The Truth about the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion

A big fan of the Protocols

By Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion tells of a plan for world domination by Jews, to be accomplished by manipulating the economy, controlling the media and fostering religious strife. The Protocols say a tax would be levied upon books of less than three hundred pages, to escape which only unreadably long compositions could be published. Debt was to be encouraged, becoming a permanent condition. Popular hatred of the Catholic Church would be inflamed...
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On the Shitty Side of the Great Firewall: the Internet in China

On the Shitty Side of the Great Firewall: the Internet in China

The mascot of the QQ messaging service

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com In his classic work, The Art of War, Sun Tzu was all too clear regarding “the dangers from without and within.” Consequently, the Chinese government is rather cagey about anything not Han (ethnically Chinese) and particularly about the internet. Tension has heightened after the recent popular uprisings in North Africa and the Middle East, where social websites were employed to organize protest. In the December 2009 issue of the Communist Party journal, Seeking Truth, Minister...
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The Libyan Guy Didn’t Do It – the Story of Lockerbie

The Libyan Guy Didn’t Do It – the Story of Lockerbie

A Boeing 747–100 similar to Flight 103

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com   At 7:03pm on the bitterly cold evening of 21 December 1988, a bomb detonated aboard Pan Am Flight 103, almost directly below the “P” in “Pan Am,” as it flew over Scotland. The aircraft splintered into thousands of pieces, many aflame, which rained onto the town of Lockerbie below. Debris was strewn for miles around. Burning fuel was spread over a divided highway, incinerating autos. One wing plowed through the village, killing everyone in...
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