The Choose-Your-Own-Reality Theory of Terror, Mass Shootings and Spiritual Warfare

By now, every possible angle of the Las Vegas shooting has been expounded upon by anyone with a website or a YouTube channel. Without a doubt, something doesn’t add up, but, we’ve gone through this before, many times now, and it never adds up. And it won’t ever add up, because the self-proclaimed authorities will never acknowledge contrary points of view. They’ll never publicly admit that the official story doesn’t jibe with the totality of facts and thoughtful observations openly available to anyone with an internet connection and a halfway open mind. And so we never come to know the whole truth and nothing but the truth. These cases remain open forever. They fester on and on like incurable tumors in the psyche of the body politic, forever generating debate, discussion, discordance, disharmony, infighting, argument and anger. Forever pushing people into psychological traps where reality is whatever best fits […] Read More

Filter, Distort & Fabricate – How Mass Media Controls Mass Mind

In my 30 years as a self-improvement coach, the most important insight is that where you put your attention is where your energy goes.  If you find that hard to believe, try this: Walk through a crowd. Put your attention on the people. Then walk through the same crowd again and put your attention on the gaps between the people. More of them will now make way. Try it. It never fails. Here’s another experiment: Stand at the corner of any city street and look upwards for a while. You will notice people around you also look upwards. They want to know what you are looking at, and for that brief period you determined the direction of their attention. If I tell a group of people to think of a red car, there is a great likelihood that all of them will do it. And if I tell them […] Read More

If You Have Facebook Messenger, You Are Being Recorded Even When Not On The Phone

WDYTT| If you use Facebook Messenger, this is how you are being recorded even when not on the phone. My suggestion: If you have messenger on your phone delete it. Then re-download it and read the terms of agreement. This is sheer lunacy. Also for those who didn’t know this one, check out this video. This news is actually about 5-7 years old. Notice what the government has made cell phone makers do now? Notice you can’t take the battery out? Cellphone users who attempt to install the Facebook Messenger app are asked to agree to terms of service that allow the social networking giant to use the microphone on their device to record audio at any time without their permission. As the screenshot below illustrates (click to enlarge), users are made to accept an agreement that allows Facebook to “record audio with the microphone… at any time without […] Read More

New York Times is Advocating for Internet Censorship (controlled by them and other ‘approved’ agents)

“The Times asserts that such censorship would be good for democracy – and it surely is true that hoaxes and baseless conspiracy theories are no help to democracy – but regulation of information in the manner that the Times suggests has more than a whiff of Orwellian totalitarianism to it.” Robert Parry  Consortium News In its lead editorial on Sunday, The New York Times decried what it deemed “The Digital Virus Called Fake News” and called for Internet censorship to counter this alleged problem, taking particular aim at Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg for letting “liars and con artists hijack his platform.” As this mainstream campaign against “fake news” quickly has gained momentum in the past week, two false items get cited repeatedly, a claim that Pope Francis endorsed Donald Trump and an assertion that Trump was prevailing in the popular vote over Hillary Clinton. I could add another election-related […] Read More

Wait, Privacy Is Cool Again?

Oversharing is over, as signs indicate the “Age of Narcissism” is coming to a close. A widely circulated story about some nameless Austrian teenager’s lawsuit against her parents for posting 18 years’ worth of embarrassing photos on social media captured the attention of dozens of news outlets last month, because it told us what the young web editors on these papers want to hear — that the Age of Narcissism is coming to a close. “They knew no shame and no limits,” she reportedly told Austria’s Heute newspaper, or maybe it was Die ganze Woche magazine, accounts vary. But there’s no denying our teen’s outrage over her parents’ predilection for posting her images on Facebook.  “They didn’t care if I was sitting on the toilet or lying naked in the cot, every moment was photographed and made public.” I feel her pain. I didn’t see her photos, of course, despite the […] Read More

2016: Facebook says we’ll be plugged into ‘The Matrix’ within 50 YEARS

Founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg mentioned during a Q/A session he’s fascinated by scientific research performed by the US government, with similarities of the movie the Matrix. by Lionsground The owner of the social network giant is not optioning this technology out. “From 50 years from now, it would not be a crazy idea to think about it,” said Mark Zuckerberg. Mark said there was already “crazy” scientific research underway which could help his dream become a reality. The technique Mark Zuckerberg is fascinated about is known as Optogenetics, precise manipulation of electrical and biochemical events, which allows the fine control of individual brain cells. Susumu Tonegawa, a neuroscientist at the RIKEN-MIT Center for Neural Circuit Genetics, and his team encoded false memories in the brains of a mouse by manipulating individual neurons, by placing the mouse in a chamber and give the mouse electronic shocks to encode a […] Read More

How Many of Your Facebook Friends Are Undercover Federal Agents?

The Feds are on Facebook. U.S. law enforcement agents are following the rest of the Internet world into popular social-networking services, going undercover with false online profiles to communicate with suspects and gather private information, according to an internal Justice Department document that offers a tantalizing glimpse of issues related to privacy and crime-fighting. Think you know who’s behind that “friend” request? Think again. Your new “friend” just might be the FBI. The document, obtained in a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, makes clear that U.S. agents are already logging on surreptitiously to exchange messages with suspects, identify a target’s friends or relatives and browse private information such as postings, personal photographs and video clips. Read More http://www.conspiracyclub.co/2015/02/07/undercover-agents-facebook/ Related articles If You See A Terrorist Say Something, FBI Warns After Busting ISIS Threat To “Kill President Of US” The Head Of The FBI, (Dead), says “illuminati controls everything” FBI’s […] Read More

How Big Tech Convinced Us to Become Our Own Informants

In exchange for the digital goods we crave, we willingly give Google, Facebook and others access to our entire private lives. In 1992, two years after East and West Germany reunited, the new government made an unprecedented gesture in response to demands from the people: It released the archives of East Germany’s former security administration, the dreaded Stasi. Probing the vast files, German artist Simon Menner compiled a collection of the Stasi’s photographs which he published in 2013, affording a voyeuristic glance at the former voyeurs. Or as the artist puts it, giving us a look at what Big Brother “gets to see when he’s watching us.” Some of the photos are frankly hilarious. We’re privy to a seminar on disguises—basically, pics of men with dad bods wearing fake mustaches. The agents of the notorious surveillance state look oddly harmless with their double chins and 1980s turtlenecks. Other images are […] Read More

Hacking for Security, and Getting Paid for It

SAN FRANCISCO — It should come as no surprise that the Internet is riddled with holes. For as long as people have been writing code, they have been making mistakes. And just about as long as they have been making mistakes, criminals, governments, so-called hacktivists and people who wreck things for kicks have been taking advantage. But if 2014 was the year that hackings of everything from federal government computer networks to the computers of Sony Pictures became routine news, 2015 may be the year that companies tried to do something about it. Though not without some rough nudging. Technology companies including Google, Facebook, Dropbox, Microsoft, Yahoo, PayPal and even the electric-car maker Tesla now offer hackers bounties for reporting the flaws they find in the companies’ wares. It is a significant shift from the tech industry’s standard way of responding — or not responding — to hackers who […] Read More