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  • The older brother alive in handcuffs, there's the smoking gun, along with all the other smoking guns. I listened to the Police scanner recordings of the shootout, one of the cops kept saying "the guy in the white t-shirt". Neither of the brothers was wearing a white t-shirt, but hey if the FBI tells you they stopped to change then it must be so.

    The govt should have hired Jerry Bruckheimer to produce this instead of some CIA hack.

  • Now that I've had a chance to have a good look at the video and photos of the "bombing", I can say in professional opinion it was staged and doesn't even make the cut for a bad 80's b-grade action movie. 1st year film students could do better than this.

  • "All the world's a stage" Today is Shakespeare's birthday. April 23, 2013

    Mainstream entertainment : Political intrigue, blackops, conspiracy, deception ie. 24, Nikita, Covert Affairs, Spooks, Hunted, Deception, Revenge, Game of Thrones, House of Cards, etc., etc.

    Mainstream News: Like Sgt. Shultz, " I see Nothing! I know Nothing!"

  • I think the FBI hired Shultz to do their photo retouching.

    They seriously underestimated the walking dead.

  • Can't be 100% faked? Didn't real people get hurt? Although I haven't seen an interview yet.

    Disaster drill to be held at LAX

    The scenario will include simulated audio of an FAA Air Traffic Control Tower alert, a “crashed” Boeing 777-300 aircraft with a simulated debris field of aircraft parts and a medical triage area with a number of fatalities and injured people.

    ....and Lindsay Lohan saying "WTF! I didn't do it!" America's new unreality show. Soon we'll never know what's real....

  • Faked no, people got hurt, staged quite possibly. It looks like a controlled theatrical explosion but people were seriously injured because they were standing right next to the bombs and there's no way you'd let people stand anywhere near that close when you're filming an explosion so somebody definitely knew they were going to hurt people.

    A senior Bush aid once said: ”We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality — judiciously, as you will — we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors … and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.”

  • What kind of pills are you on, @squig?

  • The blue ones.

  • While the Boston story still saturates the news ... No Manhunt for the perps here, folks. Move along...

    Tragedy at West, Texas..

    ....the ( EPA ) report claimed the company “…was not handling flammable materials and did not have sprinklers, water-deluge systems, blast walls, fire walls or other safety mechanisms in place at the plant.”

    Tragedy at Bangladesh factory...

    ....a nine-page safety proposal drawn up by Bangladeshi and international unions.

    ..... would ditch government inspections, which are infrequent and easily subverted by corruption, and establish an independent inspectorate to oversee all factories in Bangladesh, with powers to shut down unsafe facilities as part of a legally binding contract signed by suppliers, customers and unions. The inspections would be funded by contributions from the companies of up to $500,000 per year.

    The proposal was presented at a 2011 meeting in Dhaka attended by more than a dozen of the world's largest clothing brands and retailers — including Wal-Mart, Gap and Swedish clothing giant H&M — but was rejected by the companies because it would be legally binding and costly.

    Rewriting the story as fast as a screenwriter on Red Bull...

  • It wouldn't surprise me if the Tsarnaevs weren't under the influence of the FBI like so many of the "terrorists" that have been created and subsequently caught by the FBI, like Abdella Ahmed Tounisi or Abdel Daoud.

    Perhaps the Tsarnaevs were under the guidance of one of the FBI's agent provocateurs that have proven so successful at justifying the FBI's existence since 9/11. Yet maybe, unlike "terrorists" such as Sami Samir Hassoun, the Tsarnaevs went off of their script and actually managed to set off some bombs.

  • fixing the Gold markets & everything.... From Rolling Stone....

    Everything Is Rigged: The Biggest Price-Fixing Scandal Ever

    "In all the over-the-counter markets, you don't really have pricing except by a bunch of guys getting together," Masters notes glumly.

    That includes the markets for gold (where prices are set by five banks in a Libor-ish teleconferencing process that, ironically, was created in part by N M Rothschild & Sons) and silver (whose price is set by just three banks), as well as benchmark rates in numerous other commodities – jet fuel, diesel, electric power, coal, you name it.

  • I say we load all the bankers into an ICBM and send them for some fun in the sun... Uh oh, I committed a thought crime. You know I can be jailed for that here now.

    The NYT carjacking script is so bad you could only use it in a comedy. "Bill and Teds excellent misadventure". What scares me is people are actually stupid enough to believe this nonsense.

  • OK, ...just tried stuffing a banker in an ICBM. He couldn't fit in. It's smaller than a Gemini capsule. May have to fill several subway cars full of bankers and hitch it to ICBM.

    Great nations are simply the operating fronts of behind-the-scenes, vastly ambitious individuals who had become so effectively powerful because of their ability to remain invisible while operating behind the national scenery.

    -R. Buckminster Fuller

  • CSPAN call ins

    BBC NEWS: Three merc types rushing through crowd at 2:15'

  • "The high office of President has been used to foment a plot to destroy the American's freedom, and before I leave office I must inform the citizen of his plight." - John F. Kennedy, speaking at Columbia University, 10 days before his assassination

    Convert to renewables: burn a bankster.

  • Boston Police Ed Davis Wants Drones For Next Marathon

    Company specializing in crisis simulation:

    Foreclosure checks bounce

    A bunch of big banks agreed to a $3.6 billion legal settlement a few months ago to halt a review of improper foreclosures. Under the settlement, checks will be sent to more than 4 million homeowners who lost their homes to foreclosure in 2009 and 2010.

    The first wave of checks was sent Friday. And, according to the Federal Reserve, at least some of them bounced. The Fed phrased it this way: "Some early recipients of checks informed the Federal Reserve's consumer helpline on Tuesday that they were told their checks could not be cashed."

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