Buy Some Moon Real Estate Before It Is Too Late

Buy Some Moon Real Estate Before It Is Too Late

Can you spot the buildings on the Moon?

I am a sucker for any kind of conspiracy theory, it has to be said. I can handle all the information about Elvis, JFK and Michael Jackson which you care to throw at me. And I might even throw some of my own around in the next few weeks.   Buildings on the Moon However, I have to confess that my favorite conspiracies are the ones which get a little less press coverage and leave me scratching my head wondering...
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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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Poor, Befuddled Ronald Reagan and All That White Powder

Poor, Befuddled Ronald Reagan and All That White Powder

This poor, confused, old geezer got himself into SO MUCH TROUBLE!

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com In Nicaragua in the 1980s, the counter-revolutionaries – contras – comprised men who were National Guardsmen under the dictator, Somoza, and peasants opposed to the agrarian reform of the government of the Sandinista Front. The Central Intelligence Agency began to feed, clothe, arm, and supervise the contras in Honduras under National Security Decision Directive 17, which President Ronald Reagan signed in December 1981. Its ostensible purpose was to prevent the flow of armaments from Nicaragua...
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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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A Tale of Terrorism by the U.S. Government

A Tale of Terrorism by the U.S. Government

Fidel Castro, the target of the operation.

By Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com   Military action by the US against Fidel Castro’s Cuba was first suggested by President Eisenhower. The Cold War was at its peak, and the downing of Gary Powers’ U2 had occurred not long before. Eisenhower wanted to invade Cuba immediately before President Kennedy’s inauguration. On January 3 1961, at a meeting with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and others, he said he would take action against Castro before the inauguration if...
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This Child Did Not Emerge from the Vagina of this Woman

This Child Did Not Emerge from the Vagina of this Woman

We're talking about this child, and this woman's vagina.

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com Trig Paxson Van Palin is an anagram of Savanna Tripling Pox, Naval Rapping Toxins, Vaginal Tax Nips Porn, and Nirvana Pant Glop Six. Sarah Palin says her son of this name was born on April 18, 2008 and weighed six pounds and two ounces. Trig is a Norse name meaning “loyal” and is the name of a relative of Palin’s. Paxson is a teeny community in Alaska which is popular with snowboarders. All we have...
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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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End the Illegal U.S. Occupation of Hawai’i!

End the Illegal U.S. Occupation of Hawai’i!

Hawai'i looks like this.

By Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com The Hawai’ian islands contain some of the most beautiful and resource-rich land to be found in the Pacific. Being enriched by lava, the soil of Hawai’i is very fertile. There are eight main islands and many smaller ones. The larger islands are Hawaii, Maui, Kahoolawe, Lanai, Oahu, Molokai, Kauai, and Niihau. The climate is tropical, and humidity and temperatures are reduced by the eastern trade winds. The average temperature is in the 80s F. Hawai’i...
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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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How the United States Narrowly Missed a Coup

How the United States Narrowly Missed a Coup

General Smedley Darlington Butler

by Timothy Chilman email: timothychilman@yahoo.com The term “conspiracy theory” did not enter the Oxford English Dictionary until 1997, but it was used as early as January 27, 1877 by lawyer David Dudley Field in The Fitchburg Sentinel in support of his view that the Republicans had stolen the 1876 election from Samuel Tilden. General Smedley Darlington Butler Retired Marine Corps General Smedley Darlington Butler (1881-1940) was described as a “foolish conspiracy theorist” after blowing the whistle on a fascist coup...
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