Published on Oct 23, 2016
Published on Oct 23, 2016
We know, we know, there were more than five… but who wants to sit and listen to Hillary for 90 minutes to find them all? And if she lies this much in just one 90-minute discussion, can you imagine how many lies the American people will be subjected to in four years under Madam Hillary’s rule?
This is the hack that proved America’s elections can be stolen using a few lines of computer code. The ‘Hursti Hack’ in this video is an excerpt from the feature length Emmy nominated documentary ‘Hacking Democracy’. The hack of the Diebold voting system in Leon County, Florida, is real. It was verified by computer scientists at UC Berkeley. WATCH THE FULL MOVIE ON AMAZON at: http://amzn.to/2d1kofo
“We have to have a central kind of agitator training…”
“There’s a script of engagement,” Foval said in the video.
“Sometimes the crazies bite and sometimes the crazies don’t bite…”
“The key is initiating the conflict by having leading conversations with people who are naturally psychotic. I mean, honestly, it’s not hard to get some of these assholes to pop off.”
“It’s a matter of showing up, to want to get into the rally, in a Planned Parenthood t-shirt. Or, Trump is a Nazi, you know… You can…. draw them to punch you.”
FULL VIDEO: Rigging the Election – Video I: Clinton Campaign and DNC Incite Violence at Trump Rallies
So much for global warming – the earth is heading towards a mini ice age within 15 years, according to experts at Northumberland University.
So much for global warming – the earth is heading towards a mini ice age, according to experts at Northumberland University, with solar magnetic activity set to drop by up to 60 per cent in the next 15 years.
Research scientists say solar activity is currently at its lowest level for 300 years.
The last time it was this low London’s Thames River froze over during a mini Ice Age that is now known as the Maunder Minimum.
A breakthrough model is allowing scientists to predict solar activity with more accuracy than ever before, and top scientists are now claiming that solar magnetic activity will more than halve between 2030 and 2040.
The Express reports:
The model looks at the Sun’s ’11-year heartbeat’ – the period it takes for magnetic activity to fluctuate. This cycle was first discovered some 173 years ago.
However, a mathematician has established a more up-to-date model that can forecast what the solar cycles will look like based upon dynamo effects in two layers of the Sun.
Dynamo effects are a geophysical theory that dictate how the movement of the Earth’s outer core conducts materials like liquid iron across the magnetic field to create an electric current – this also influences fluid motion beneath Earth’s surface to create two magnetic fields along the axis of the Earth’s rotation.
Worldwide temperatures are set to drop.
Professor Valentina Zharkova from Northumbria University applied this theory to the Sun, and was able to predict the affects of solar cycles with 97 per cent accuracy.
Ms Zharkova said at the National Astronomy Meeting: “We found magnetic wave components appearing in pairs, originating in two different layers in the Sun’s interior.
“They both have a frequency of approximately 11 years, although this frequency is slightly different, and they are offset in time.
“Combining both waves together and comparing to real data for the current solar cycle, we found that our predictions showed an accuracy of 97 per cent.”
Ms Zharkova says the next cycle is set to peak in 2022, and the cycle after, known as Cycle 26, will herald a new ice age.
She continued: “In Cycle 26, the two waves exactly mirror each other – peaking at the same time but in opposite hemispheres of the Sun.
“Their interaction will be disruptive, or they will nearly cancel each other. We predict that this will lead to the properties of a ‘Maunder minimum’.”
(NaturalNews) If you’re a conspiracy theorist, then you’re crazy, right? That’s been the common belief for years, but recent studies prove that just the opposite is true.
Researchers — psychologists and social scientists, mostly — in the U.S. and United Kingdom say data indicate that, contrary to those mainstream media stereotypes, “conspiracy theorists” appear to be more sane than people who accept official versions of controversial and contested events.
The most recent study was published in July 2013 by psychologists Michael J. Wood and Karen M. Douglas of the University of Kent in the UK. Entitled “‘What about Building 7?’ A Social Psychological Study of Online Discussion of 9/11 Conspiracy Theories,” the study compared “conspiracist,” or pro-conspiracy theory, and “conventionalist,” or anti-conspiracy, comments on news websites.
The researchers noted that they were surprised to find that it is now more conventional to leave so-called conspiracist comments than conventional ones.
“Of the 2174 comments collected, 1459 were coded as conspiracist and 715 as conventionalist,” the researchers wrote.
‘The research showed that people who favored the official account of 9/11 were generally more hostile’
So, among people who comment on news articles, those who discount official government accounts of events like the 9/11 attacks and the assassination of John F. Kennedy outnumber believers by more than two-to-one. That means the pro-conspiracy commenters are those who are now expressing what is considered conventional wisdom, while the anti-conspiracy commenters represent a small, beleaguered minority that is often scoffed at and shunned.
Perhaps becoming frustrated that their alleged mainstream viewpoints are no longer considered as such by the majority, those who are anti-conspiracy commenters often showed anger and disgust in their posts.
“The research… showed that people who favoured the official account of 9/11 were generally more hostile when trying to persuade their rivals,” said the study.
Also, it seems that those who do not believe in the conspiracies were not just hostile but fanatically attached to their own conspiracy theories as well. The researchers said that, according to the anti-conspiracy holders, their own theory of 9/11 — one which says 19 Muslims, none of whom could fly commercial airliners with any proficiency, pulled off an amazing surprise attack under the direction of a man on dialysis (Osama bin Laden) who was living in a cave somewhere in Afghanistan — is unwaveringly true.
Meanwhile, “conspiracists,” on the hand, did not have to pretend to have a theory that completely explained the events of 9/11. “For people who think 9/11 was a government conspiracy, the focus is not on promoting a specific rival theory, but in trying to debunk the official account,” the researchers said.
As reported by Veterans Today:
In short, the new study by Wood and Douglas suggests that the negative stereotype of the conspiracy theorist — a hostile fanatic wedded to the truth of his own fringe theory — accurately describes the people who defend the official account of 9/11, not those who dispute it.
A conspiracy theory about a conspiracy theory
The study also found that conspiracy believers discuss historical context, like viewing the JFK assassination as a precedent for 9/11, more than the antis. It also found that conspiracy believers do not like to be labeled as such.
These and other findings are contained in a new book, Conspiracy Theory in America, by political scientist Lance deHaven-Smith, which was published last year by the University of Texas Press. He explained why people don’t like to be labeled as “conspiracy theorists.”
“The CIA’s campaign to popularize the term ‘conspiracy theory’ and make conspiracy belief a target of ridicule and hostility must be credited, unfortunately, with being one of the most successful propaganda initiatives of all time,” he said.
He further noted that, essentially, those who use the term as an insult are doing so as the result of a well-documented, undisputed and historically accurate conspiracy by the CIA to cover up the JFK assassination.
You be the judge.
Millions of Americans were awakened to the travesty of 9/11 on the day that it occurred, or at least in the months and years that followed.
For some, it was the first realization of the ruthless and extensive covert planning, preparation, propaganda and myth-making necessary to pull off a false flag event, when a government attacks its own people as the means to an end. This strategic use of terror, death and mayhem to commandeer a nation’s populous into whatever direction deemed prudent by the sociopaths in power is not a recent technique … and it’s an option that has been utilized to steer history time and time again, as this article from Global Research attests.
Nazi military leader Herman Goering, who committed suicide before his appointed hanging after the Nuremburg trials, understood the false flag mechanism clearly, as his quote, courtesy of GoodReads.com, proclaims: “People can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked, and denounce the peace makers for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger. It works the same in any country.”
The ability to discern and dig out the truth behind false flag events has become exponentially easier since the inception of the internet. Conversely, so has the tracking of every word we write, every purchase we make and every place we trek. But before this web of information — and disinformation — was created, it was incumbent upon truth-tellers to have access to details in more traditional ways: Investigative journalism articles, historical documents and books, insiders sharing leaks and one-on-one interviews.
The late Ted Gunderson learned the ropes of high-profile investigations and had some access to the files and secret dealings of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in his 27-year career.
Gunderson retired in Los Angeles as the FBI Senior Special Deputy in Charge with the responsibility of leading 700 people and a budget of $21 million. After leaving the FBI, Gunderson became a private investigator and worked on cases where his eyes were open to the underbelly of deception.
These are described by Activist.com, as “false flag terrorism, satanic ritual abuse, and mind control.” Gunderson shared his take on the intimate involvement of the FBI and CIA false flag operations in this 2009 interview, featured on Talk Network, with his journalist friend, activist and filmmaker, Anthony J. Hilder.
Ted Gunderson is remembered as a truth-teller’s truth-teller. His life was shaped by his desire to protect the innocent and work for justice on their behalf. While there are detractors and defamers online, you don’t have to dig too deeply to discover his prescient awakening to the mechanics of the dark side in operation today. We can see the results of his findings with our own eyes.
If you’re a truth-teller in this day and age, keeping healthy and strong is of vital importance. Drinking clean water, eating good food, adding detoxification elements like organic chlorella, as well as getting up and away from your person technological gadgets is essential.
Ted Gunderson never gave up. Neither should we.