Media Hiding Truth about Penn State Riots

Media Hiding Truth about Penn State Riots

ABC says it's about football loyalties, students say it's about academic greed.

News networks say the Penn State riots are backlash for firing of football coach Jerry Sandusky, but the real reason is more serious: American students are growing restless of rising tuition costs coupled with lowered job prospects. In July, Penn State trustees voted without dissent for an increase in tuition at a rate of 4.9% for in-state undergrads, 3.5% for out-of-state, and 2.9% for everyone else for the 2011-2012 academic year. While Penn State board members vote tuition rates up,...
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‘Curse of Tutankhamun’ a Satanist Hoax?

‘Curse of Tutankhamun’ a Satanist Hoax?

A crazed Jack the Ripper idol is accused of the murders.

The mysterious ‘Curse of Tutankhamun’ deaths are alleged to be a hoax by a murderous satanist known by the name of Aleister Crowley. In the 1920s, London was plagued by mysterious deaths believed to be the cause of ancient Egyptian black magic released from the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb. More than 20 people involved in the opening of the burial chamber died in the following years. But now evidence is surfacing that Mr. Crowley, a bisexual heroine addict who worshiped...
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Wacko Jacko Conspiracy Theories

Wacko Jacko Conspiracy Theories

There are so many conspiracy theories surrounding Michael Jackson.

<Yes, it’s been done before, but this talks more about the theories surrounding Jacko’s life rather than his death. I’m putting it up now to capitalize on all those people who google on “Michael jackson conspiracy theories” now he’s in the news once more.> by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Michael Jackson is once again in the news now that his doctor, Conrad Murray, has received a guilty verdict in Los Angeles over the King of Pop’s manslaughter. Murray gave Jacko...
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Alleged RFID Microchip Implanted During Hospital Visit

Alleged RFID Microchip Implanted During Hospital Visit

Danish man claims the implant made his life unbearable.

A Danish man claims a microchip was implanted during surgery for a stabbed lung. 23 years after the surgery, X-rays revealed a metal fragment resembling an RFID chip present in his body. RFID chips, or radio-frequency identification chips, use radio waves to transfer data. The man claims the microchip caused him to hear voices and lead an abnormal life. He would regularly feel uneasy and cough up blood, and strangers would talk to him for no reason: (I) also discovered...
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News of the World Introduces ‘Spying’ as New Business Practice

News of the World Introduces ‘Spying’ as New Business Practice

If Murdoch and his tabloid escape punishment, other companies are likely to engage in the same espionage practices.

Murdoch’s tabloid paper News of the World paid a former police officer and crimes investigator to spy on Prince William in 2006. And Murdoch’s company not only targeted celebrities; family members, like parents of actor Daniel Radcliffe, were spied on as well. There is growing concern that companies are passing a line when it comes to the collecting of personal information. Business leaders and the public are paying close attention to the consequences News of the World will receive. What...
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Hidden Devil Discovered in Painting of St. Francis’ Death

Hidden Devil Discovered in Painting of St. Francis’ Death

Secret for centuries, the devil hiding in Giotto's masterpiece has been found.

The figure of a devil has been found by art restorers working on a famous painting depicting the death of St. Francis of Assisi. Secret since the 13th century, it has managed to remain hidden in the painting’s clouds for hundreds of years. When observed carefully, one can see the evil grin, hooked nose, and twisted horn. How could it remain hidden for so long? The devil can only be seen in close-up photography; it is too high up to...
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White House Continues Denial of Alien Presence

White House Continues Denial of Alien Presence

Why does the government continue to deny alien existence?

There has a been a response from the White House on the petition that received over 5,000 signatures demanding full disclosure of the existence of alien life: Thank you for signing the petition asking the Obama Administration to acknowledge an extraterrestrial presence here on Earth. The U.S. government has no evidence that any life exists outside our planet, or that an extraterrestrial presence has contacted or engaged any member of the human race. In addition, there is no credible information...
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CIA Killing Strangers in Pakistan with Drones, is America Next?

CIA Killing Strangers in Pakistan with Drones, is America Next?

Old habits are hard to break. When the military comes home, will American terrorist suspects be treated the same as their foreign counterpart?

A report by the Wall Street Journal confirms CIA drones are targeting “men believed to be militants associated with terrorist groups, but whose identities are not always known.” The attack on unknown targets comes as the result of increased military offense efforts in the Pakistani region. Initially, only top-level terrorist leaders were targeted. Now, simply spotting a group of people talking in the street is enough for the CIA to initiate an attack. The Hunt for Terrorists Comes Home It’s...
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The John Lennon Murder Mystery

The John Lennon Murder Mystery

Did Paul McCartney order Lennon's death?

Who killed John Lennon, and why? The tragic story of the ex-Beatle who was gunned down outside his home in New York in 1980 is a fascinating one. The FBI were known to be following him, a sad loner called Mark Chapman was stalking him, Paul McCartney supposedly had a grudge against him, and even the horror author Stephen King is implicated in his death in some theories. Chapman famously said, “I just shot John Lennon” after the incident in...
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Why the Iranians Hate Us: the Coup of 1953

Why the Iranians Hate Us: the Coup of 1953

Troops surround the Iranian parliament after the coup

by Timothy Chilman email: ephedrasa@hotmail.com Early in the 20th century, the weak and ineffectual Mozzafar-ad-Din Shah Qajar, ruler of Persia, was troubled. Declining revenues and royal extravagance caused financial woes. The Shah rapidly exhausted two large loans from Russia, partly on travel to Europe. Secret revolutionary societies sprang up. Widespread strikes and other protests aroused the fear that the military would join the opposition, requiring concession. On August 5, 1906, the Shah signed the Electoral Law of Persia, creating an...
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