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I Told You that We were Programmed, too

Lies My Mother Told Me This looks like I’m going for the humour of the situation, but, instead, I’m trying to demonstrate how simple it was for you to buy into a long tradition of your ‘mother’s wise words’. Take … Continue reading

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How the US Military Conned One Man (and Fooled the World)

Mirage Men (2013) I started watching this film on YouTube and gave up after 20 minutes: it’s such a sad story what the American military did to disinform this one man. Paul Bennewitz (September 30,1927 – June 22, 2003) What … Continue reading

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Secret Diplomacy or Two-Faced Duplicity?

Kissinger’s Secret China Trip (July 9, 1971) Oh, now it makes sense: the 50th anniversary of Kissinger’s secret trip to China was two days ago. But, being Canadian, this wasn’t on my radar screen, then, and still isn’t, now. The … Continue reading

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What a Difference an Hour Makes!

August 2017 Partial Lunar Eclipse in Aquarius I wanted to get a good image of this lunar eclipse, so I did a Google search. Note the date. This seems to be contradictory, until you realize the photos were taken in … Continue reading

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“He Lies All the Time!”

Is This the Real Time of Donald Trump’s Birth? I decided to start this post with a joke image, because the subject of it is the biggest joke of all. Remember the hubbub about Barack Obama’s fake birth certificate? Who … Continue reading

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Disinformation: Duping America and the World

An Unsworn Affidavit aka “The Italian Job” Besides, as the vilest Writer has his Readers, so the greatest Liar has his Believers; and it often happens, that if a Lie be believ’d only for an Hour, it has done its … Continue reading

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The Secrets Behind the Master Spy Writer

David Cornwall (October 19, 1931 – December 12, 2020) I’ve read at least 20 of John le CarrĂ©‘s 25 novels, and the memoir “The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories From My Life” written in 2016. I feel I know the author from … Continue reading

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Be Honest Now: Could You Keep This Secret?

Inheritance (2020) Psychological thrillers all have one thing in common: they mess with your mind. So, you can imagine how I felt about this film, presently showing on Netflix. The subtext is telegraphed early on: it’s a chess game. Lauren … Continue reading

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What Makes Secret Societies So Fascinating?

They’re Secret! Hiding in plain sight? No, not exactly. If you want to garner attention for your group, just tell the world that you have a secret, and watch as they beat a path to your door. But what if … Continue reading

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Was Trump Right about Hillary?

Hillary Rodham Clinton (October 26, 1947) The previous post about JFK Jr has brought my attention back to the way the world views Mrs. Clinton: on the left, she s a shining icon of feminist yearnings for the top political … Continue reading

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