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conspiracy - "a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful." reality - "possessing actuality, existence, or essence." theory - "an idea used to explain a course of actions." conspiracies are created daily and by their nature are obscured by denial, half truth, deception and subterfuge. here we explore the details of conspiracy theory, conspiracy reality and all that may exist in between!
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  • It is very rare for us to see or hear a native Chinese person openly criticising the Chinese government on social media (or anywhere), which I understand to be due them fearing for their lives and for the lives of their family. I feel the energy and emotion in her heart and voice here and I do not...
  • Bill Ryan is a respected researcher into the hidden side of our world's geopolitical situation and some may know him from the internet projects - Project Camelot and Project Avalon. In this video from 2010 he describes a discussion with a whistleblower who was present at a high level Freemason...
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Money as Debt II : Promises Unleashed (2009), Full, recut

    ura soul

    Money as Debt (2006) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GgrkiHQge0 First, my disclaimer based on the first Money as Debt: Much in this video is mis-representative. Quotes are misappropriated and taken out of context (namely, for one, Woodrow Wilson's). Nonetheless, many of the fundamentals mentioned are true. However, there isn't any conspiracy -- all of this material (or at least the true points) should be known by anyone in the fields of finance or economics. This is simply the way the world works. It's not a secret, it's just something most people don't know. --E.R. Feb 10, 2013: Under the so-called Basel rules, banks are required to hold $8 in capital for every $100 in ordinary consumer and business loans. (Capital is a buffer against losses.) But residential mortgages were considered sufficiently safe to justify a requirement half that — $4 per $100 loaned. These rules remain in effect. (Regarding the suit against S&P per http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/robert-samuelson-the-vendetta-against-sandp/2013/02/10/e811820c-7226-11e2-8b8d-e0b59a1b8e2a_story.html )