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7 Insane Conspiracies That Actually Happened

7 Insane Conspiracies That Actually Happened
The Plan: A group of conspirators (including Guy Fawkes, Natalie Portman and Hugo Weaving) decided to blow the fuck out of the British House of Parliament, thus killing pretty much all of the aristocracy, as well as King James I. In May of 1604, a group of Britons who were fed up with King James's rule met with Robert Catesby. As Catholics, they were tired of the Protestant government. In accordance with the teachings of their faith, they apparently decided that the best way to solve their problems was to kill everyone. The conspirators were taking up residence across the street from The House of Lords, the building the upper house of parliament met in. Their original plan was to burrow their way to the underground foundation of The House of Lords, and lay their explosives there. How did that work out? Lord Monteagle None of the protestant politicians were killed, but the plan wasn't a complete failure.

Reality Has Been Scripted by the Manipulation Masters : The Beauty Look Book The Wired Home Weblog - Transform your home into a digital media center - Is TiVo On The Rebound? » Big Government conspiracy theories become reality: Fluoride, cancer, chemicals and more Alex Jones S. D. WellsNatural News Oct 1, 2012 What if you just found out that cancer in America began when food processing plants became prominent and people moved closer to the industrial plants, where the jobs were, just after World War II? What if CNN, Dateline NBC, 60 Minutes, or some other network prime time “mainstream news” program did a HUGE NATIONAL STORY about how fluoride in public water is causing Alzheimer’s, Osteoporosis and Arthritis, and nearly every city and county in America would be removing it from the public water supply starting first thing Monday? Then you start thinking, wait a second, could people go to jail for coming up with this idea, of fluoridating the water, or did they already go to jail for MASS MURDER? Toxic water was a planned conspiracy A study published in Environmental Health Perspectives just two years ago confirmed that fluoridated water causes brain damage in children. Getting paranoid yet? The gap is narrowing. The WAR for chemical free food and water

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Targeting Murdoch Quelle surprise! Britain’s parliament discovered what media critics and people wanting real news and information knew decades ago. Murdoch’s world features demagoguery, managed news, scandal, sleaze, and warmongering. He’s the prototypical presstitute famed journalist George Seldes (1890 – 1995) denounced in books like “Lords of the Press.” He called them “the most powerful force against the general welfare of the majority of the people.” Major media scoundrels are villainous global pirates. Viewing, it added, is like watching “a Harlem Globetrotters game (knowing) which side is supposed to win.” It’s a virtual mouthpiece piece for extremist Republicans. Famed Chicago columnist Mike Royko (1932- 1997) once said “no self-respecting fish would (want to) be wrapped in a Murdoch paper….” Former Fox employees complain about management cooking the facts to make stories acceptable to right-wing audiences. Murdoch’s a force for evil, not good. At age 82, Rupert nears retirement. Related Posts:

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