Posts Tagged ‘conspiracy theories’

The CIA, Bohemian Grove, Tom Clancy and the Fake Moustache

The CIA, Bohemian Grove, Tom Clancy and the Fake Moustache

In 1988 CIA director William Webster attended the Bohemian Grove, where he gave a lakeside talk about intelligence matters.  His speech, now available to the public for the first time, is both amusing and at times shocking.  From Tom Clancy to a voyeuristic child who wanted to join the Agency, ...
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Broadcast Against Tyranny - Tom Secker on Uncle the Podcast

Broadcast Against Tyranny – Tom Secker on Uncle the Podcast

Aaron and Uncle invited me back onto their show to provide expert analysis on the mysterious and worrying situation concerning rogue logos infiltrating Uncle the Podcast.  In this special Broadcast Against Tyranny we discuss why itunes displays the wrong logo for UTP and my discovery that a different but equally ...
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ClandesTime 108b - Ramzi Yousef: A NeoConspiracy Theory

ClandesTime 108b – Ramzi Yousef: A NeoConspiracy Theory

In this special bonus episode of ClandesTime we look at the theory that World Trade Center bomber Ramzi Yousef was an agent of Iraqi intelligence. This theory, put forward by neoconservative analyst Laurie Mylroie, contributed to the false idea that Al Qaeda and Saddam Hussein’s government were working together. But ...
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ClandesTime 108 - An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Ramzi Yousef

ClandesTime 108 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: Ramzi Yousef

Ramzi Yousef is an international man of mystery who is currently serving a 240-year sentence in a Supermax prison for bombing the World Trade Center. He is the first of two major figures we have not looked at yet in our exploration of the WTC93 bombing, the other is Ali ...
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Pseudo Revolutions etc. - Tom Secker on PPR

Pseudo Revolutions etc. – Tom Secker on PPR

I joined Pearse and Chuck Ochelli to talk about the upsurge of violent protests, fisticuffs and other quasi-revolutionary activity that has dominated headlines recently.  This was a completely unprepared, unscripted conversation but the theme that kept coming up was the devolution or debasement of radical thought and of important political ...
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Hollywood Hyperreality: Operation Gotham Shield Sends People Batshit

Hollywood Hyperreality: Operation Gotham Shield Sends People Batshit

Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying Because The Avengers Accidentally Created a Conspiracy Theory.  Conspiracy theorists gone done it again.  Having learned abso-fucking-lutely nothing from the Jade Helm nonsense, the 2012 Olympics hype and the predictions of a New World Order false flag to stop Trump from winning the ...
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ClandesTime 106 - An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The FBI and the WTC bombing

ClandesTime 106 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The FBI and the WTC bombing

The WTC bombing in 1993 was a massive embarrassment for the Bureau.  It emerged at the resulting trials that the Bureau had an informant deep within the Al Kifah group, but fired him months before the bombing took place.  This week we take a closer look at Emad Salem, the ...
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CIA Open Source Records on Executive Action

CIA Open Source Records on Executive Action

Executive Action is perhaps the most famous conspiracy thriller about the John Kennedy assassination, with the exception of Oliver Stone's JFK.  Recently released CIA records in the CREST database show that they were keeping an eye the production and how it was being received.  The articles even detail how the ...
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ClandesTime 104 - An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Four Models

ClandesTime 104 – An Alternative History of Al Qaeda: The Four Models

Beginning a new series on the history of Al Qaeda, this week I provide the basis for what's coming in the next several episodes.  What is or was Al Qaeda?  Four distinct models have been proposed to try to answer this question so I outline each, drawing on the works ...
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ClandesTime 102 - Was Richard Whiteley a Spy?

ClandesTime 102 – Was Richard Whiteley a Spy?

Richard Whiteley is best known for presenting the popular afternoon quiz show Countdown, and Ricky Tomlinson is best known for starring in the popular sitcom The Royle Family.  Back in the 1970s things were very different.  This week we examine Tomlinson's recent allegation that Whiteley was a 'member' of the ...
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