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» Thu Feb 12, 2009 6:49 am
I just want to say as an AUSTRALIAN...


The Bush Regime is over... it's time for change. as a Australian... we fell in love with the Bill Clinton scandal and a certain cuban missle... ;-)

I just waiting with dire breath to hear the first Obama scandal (i mean the serious one)

I'm hoping to hear he gets busted selling Meth to School Children in the Projects.. Now come on seriously...

I'm just letting you know i loved the world trade centers... ill never forget them falling... anyways i smoked a lot of weed and im back here with my comeback

I think Bada is Al Davis Dry Cleaner.... I'm seriously wondering how he knows all this common knowledge on the Raiders Organization and the only logical way is Bada is checking Al Davis Tracksuit Tops and finding little love notes he passes to Amy Trask
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» Thu Feb 12, 2009 9:38 am
9/11 was an inside job. The fact that supposed hijackers are still alive, eyewitness testimony that the planes were not commercial planes, and how easily and uniformly those buildings came down is enough for me. Whatever the case, the Bush administration lied and covered up which is very suspicious. Refer to Bigs' dissertation for back up...

If 911 was not a government orchestrated set up, it would be the exception to the rule. see

Sinking of the Maine
Sinking of the Lusitania
Pearl Harbor
Gulf of Tonkin

What can I say, I took the red pill.....

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» Thu Feb 12, 2009 10:53 am
word behind the dumpster is that Migya and Hobbes are the same person. Any truth to this?

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» Thu Feb 12, 2009 3:36 pm
I think it's funny when people say the "devil" is in video games and TV. I'm not sure if this is really a conspiracy though...
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» Thu Feb 12, 2009 6:17 pm
fine wrote:word behind the dumpster is that Migya and Hobbes are the same person. Any truth to this?

HAHAHAHAHA, that's a good one. Come on now, hobbes has nothing to do with dumpsters. Me either, no matter how drunk I got when I was in year twelve :-o :wink:
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» Fri Feb 13, 2009 6:04 am


This building did not collapse.....hmmmm
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» Fri Feb 13, 2009 7:22 am
Good example David............is that the one in Madrid? cuz I have stuff on that one, how it burned for like 24 hours and didnt collapse, even though the fire was basically throughout the entire building............also, it was a similar structure to the WTC towers.

Again, this is why I always stick to the simple scientific laws and facts about the behaviour of fire, steel and structures when making the points I do.............because in the history of science, fires and steel structures, there has never been a case where fire and available combustables brought down a building...........let alone so quickly...........let alone so easily, in the sense that it was pulverised on the way down and had the EXACT appearance of a controlled demolition.
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» Fri Feb 13, 2009 11:24 am
Nah this is a new one. It's in Beijing and the whole thing turned into basically a giant pile of ash. It is a pretty new building though, so I guess that means it could be way better at not catching on fire and collapsing than the wtc.

It's the same size as the wtc 7. To me wtc 7 is the most suspect thing of all. I'm no expert and I wasn't there, but come on do buildings do that on their own?
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» Fri Feb 13, 2009 11:03 pm
bigstrads wrote:
saintdee wrote:9/11 was a result of the American Government :wink:

Ohh dear...............dont get me started on that.

That ISNT a conspiracy, because as Mig says, there is too much pure, scientific, in-disputable evidence (which I have spent years collating into a 4 gig file I have on my PC) for it to be a conspiracy.

If you guys want, I shall post a summary of this I made some time. :wink:

i encourage u to do so =]
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» Mon Feb 23, 2009 1:21 am
don't really know if it's a conspiracy theory, it's a cult... Scientology. It is way more fvcked up than south park portrays.

if you are bored, I guarantee these will entertain you.


Scientology and Me 4 parts ("Panorama" a BBC news program). creepier - part 4 is a must see!

This is a 1/2 hour program about a reporter who uses a hidden camera to show people what Scientology is actually like from the inside. (I believe also panorama from the mid 90's) - creepiest

I find cults tragically fascinating. no, I was never interested joining Scientology. I'm interested in how such a crazy religion can suck in seemingly sane individuals.
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» Mon Feb 23, 2009 3:43 am
Man, if that Panorama: Part 4 thing is what I think it is...............ITS A MUST SEE!!!

To see an incredibly well respected and loved BBC journalist go ABSOLUTELY nuts at this Scientology a*shole, just shows how screwed up and deviously evil thyey are.

Incredible to see..............and he hasnt worked on much for Panorama since.
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» Mon Feb 23, 2009 5:37 am
Remote Viewing is a very interesting subject and I find this man and his talks very interesting:

Major Ed Dames pt. 1

Major Ed Dames pt. 2

Major Ed Dames pt. 3

Major Ed Dames pt. 4

Major Ed Dames pt. 5

Major Ed Dames pt. 6

Major Ed Dames pt. 7

Major Ed Dames pt. 8

Major Ed Dames pt. 9

Major Ed Dames pt. 10

Major Ed Dames pt. 11

Major Ed Dames pt. 12
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» Mon Feb 23, 2009 10:34 am
yea ive read a lot about the CIA using RV. Not sure if its real tho :mrgreen:

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» Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:31 am
Conspiracy theories are my favorite conspiracy theory because they all involve the least likely possibility and involve a vast web of intrigue by thousands of people. They are fun enough, as long as people don't run their lives through them.

I debated the whole 911 thing before as I was friends with a passenger on the plane that the passengers took over and there were lots of phone calls from him and others about what was going on and that they were going to take action. Was this all faked? Of course not, but there is no harm in questioning things.

I also know someone who thinks Clinton bombed the federal building in order to start a campaign against right-wing gun owners and white supremesey groups. Bush and Clinton both bombing their own countries? Of course not.

The moon landing faked? Of course not. Purported conversations by the astronauts concerning flying saucers parked on the moon's mountains, watching them walk and drive around? A much more amusing and less paranoic topic.

The UFO thing is most interesting and fun. I don't really believe space ships that can fly thousands of light-years across the universe will collide with each other like common Cesnas over the typical mysterious desert locale, but there are interesting sightings now and then.

The RAF supposedly chases them around, as do air forces in other countries. A customer of mine, a semi-famous attorney, said one of her friends is a famous US astronaut, an old guy now who was a fighter pilot in WWII, Korea and VN. He told her that they were chasing UFOs around as far back as WWII and still were.

I actually knew one of those stoned hippies who lived in the desert. He breathlessly would tell us that he absolutely saw UFOs there, that it wasn't the weed or anything (he was only into weed, so we never accused him of hallucinating). Turns out that B-2 bombers, as well as the earlier F-117s, were very spacey looking devices that look exactly as we would expect a flying saucer to look like, especially from certain angles and certainly at night. Turns out that there are all sorts of drones that are even more UFO-like.

And, catch a look at the anti-missile homing device, whatever it is called. It pretty much explains lights that change directions suddenly. It is the most expensive and most hi-tech device I have ever seen. Hard to explain, but it hovers perfectly steadily and then can shoot off in any direction and hover there, and so on. The idea is that it can place itself in the path of an incoming missile. We saw it on TV and were totally amazed.

One very interesting alien thing is the hot space woman. Yes, alien women with amazing bodies looking for studly earth males to impregnate them with our dna. Judging from the full color professionally photographed examples I have seen (my old weed dealer had a big beautiful coffee table book full of hot alien women slinking down from UFOs that looked a lot like Airstream trailers from some angles).

The alien males that were with them looked like earthlings, but you could see the hot alien women wanted more, much more, and far better dna. BTW, most aliens are caucasians, but there seem to be a few African-Aliens as well. They were sitting in back of the saucer (I had to, sorry).

Actually, there are some interesting sightings by competent people to make it interesting.
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» Tue Feb 24, 2009 9:56 am
Another conspiracy: our current financial crisis was completely manufactured, they tried to time it to occur during the Obama presidency, but they miss timed it, so it came early. Just like a horny teenager....

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