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09 May 2012, 1:52 pm

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Then again, if Obama had ordered Beitbart's death, you have to ask, why not Rush Limbaugh, Roger Ales (spelling) or Rupert Murdock first? :twisted:
But seriously, just because the CIA can kill someone by inducing a heart attack hardly means that every presidential critic who dies from one had been targeted for death.

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Then...They must be apart of the machine!

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But seriously, I would normally have given it the benefit of doubt, but I don't feel satisfied acting like the government isn't above doing things like that. I've been surprised one too many times by their actions, so I can't apply Occam's Razor to many things that seem suspicious about them. That's foolhardy in my book.

Maybe my suspicions are wrong? Care to show me why they could be?


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09 May 2012, 2:30 pm

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Then again, if Obama had ordered Beitbart's death, you have to ask, why not Rush Limbaugh, Roger Ales (spelling) or Rupert Murdock first? :twisted:
But seriously, just because the CIA can kill someone by inducing a heart attack hardly means that every presidential critic who dies from one had been targeted for death.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Then...They must be apart of the machine!

8O

But seriously, I would normally have given it the benefit of doubt, but I don't feel satisfied acting like the government isn't above doing things like that. I've been surprised one too many times by their actions, so I can't apply Occam's Razor to many things that seem suspicious about them. That's foolhardy in my book.

Maybe my suspicions are wrong? Care to show me why they could be?


Quite simply because the president isn't a cold blooded murderer.
But I do concede that in regard to the Kennedy Assassination, it certainly did seem possible that someone within the intelligence community had been covering their own tails by offing the perpetrators and witnesses, in order to protect their own self interests.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer



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09 May 2012, 3:32 pm

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Then again, if Obama had ordered Beitbart's death, you have to ask, why not Rush Limbaugh, Roger Ales (spelling) or Rupert Murdock first? :twisted:
But seriously, just because the CIA can kill someone by inducing a heart attack hardly means that every presidential critic who dies from one had been targeted for death.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Then...They must be apart of the machine!

8O

But seriously, I would normally have given it the benefit of doubt, but I don't feel satisfied acting like the government isn't above doing things like that. I've been surprised one too many times by their actions, so I can't apply Occam's Razor to many things that seem suspicious about them. That's foolhardy in my book.

Maybe my suspicions are wrong? Care to show me why they could be?


Quite simply because the president isn't a cold blooded murderer.
But I do concede that in regard to the Kennedy Assassination, it certainly did seem possible that someone within the intelligence community had been covering their own tails by offing the perpetrators and witnesses, in order to protect their own self interests.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Might not have been the president. The government compiles of a lot of people. I just think the death and disappearance of two people close to Breitbart can't be over looked.

When you die, do you expect people around you to disappear and die shortly after?


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09 May 2012, 4:01 pm

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snapcap wrote:
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Then again, if Obama had ordered Beitbart's death, you have to ask, why not Rush Limbaugh, Roger Ales (spelling) or Rupert Murdock first? :twisted:
But seriously, just because the CIA can kill someone by inducing a heart attack hardly means that every presidential critic who dies from one had been targeted for death.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Then...They must be apart of the machine!

8O

But seriously, I would normally have given it the benefit of doubt, but I don't feel satisfied acting like the government isn't above doing things like that. I've been surprised one too many times by their actions, so I can't apply Occam's Razor to many things that seem suspicious about them. That's foolhardy in my book.

Maybe my suspicions are wrong? Care to show me why they could be?


Quite simply because the president isn't a cold blooded murderer.
But I do concede that in regard to the Kennedy Assassination, it certainly did seem possible that someone within the intelligence community had been covering their own tails by offing the perpetrators and witnesses, in order to protect their own self interests.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


Might not have been the president. The government compiles of a lot of people. I just think the death and disappearance of two people close to Breitbart can't be over looked.

When you die, do you expect people around you to disappear and die shortly after?


But why would anyone else want Breitbart out of the way?

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09 May 2012, 7:57 pm

The motive for this conspiracy initially was a secret tape showing young Obama that BitterBart had said he was going to release. It was released, and no one cared.

WND lives to dream up crazy stories. They are the National Enquirer for right-wing nuts.



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10 May 2012, 12:41 pm

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But why would anyone else want Breitbart out of the way?

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Who knows the exact reason, if they indeed did him in? He was a prominent media figure. I'll tell you one thing, even though past presidents no doubt could have taken down any US citizen they wanted, the government is getting more ballsy, and it's apparent after Obama announced he has the authority to put people on his own personal hit-list. I'm sure he could put the hit out on someone before then, but why announce it? That and with section 1031 & section 1032 of the last signed NDAA, it all looks like they are transitioning into a more tyrannical government.


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10 May 2012, 3:46 pm

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But why would anyone else want Breitbart out of the way?

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Who knows the exact reason, if they indeed did him in? He was a prominent media figure. I'll tell you one thing, even though past presidents no doubt could have taken down any US citizen they wanted, the government is getting more ballsy, and it's apparent after Obama announced he has the authority to put people on his own personal hit-list. I'm sure he could put the hit out on someone before then, but why announce it? That and with section 1031 & section 1032 of the last signed NDAA, it all looks like they are transitioning into a more tyrannical government.


While it's theoretically possible, does it mean that it actually happened? All Beitbart was was a nuisance to Obama, if that.

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10 May 2012, 3:54 pm

Every president inspires these stories. People make their living off of this stuff just as UFO writers and creationist authors do. There is a library of this stuff about the Clintons alone. If there is a market for it, someone will write material to sell to them.



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10 May 2012, 5:22 pm

The last time something as suspicious like that, involving someone getting killed, was the JFK assassination. Am I wrong? Has there been any similar events that are more topical than JFK? JFK gets killed, then Lee Harvey gets killed, then Lee's killer, Jack Rubenstein, dies while in jail. Maybe the JFK plot was the bellwether plot to other plots. Maybe it was too suggestive, so all future rubouts had to be less conspicuous. Maybe they like to test the reaction of the public?

Of course this is all speculation, but things like this is not beyond what a government like the US would do, and I'm sure they need field practicum to stay on top of their manipulation, skulduggery, cloak and dagger, etc.

I never really paid attention to Breitbart while he was alive, and it was kind of strange when he died, right before he was going to release his video. I've never seen the video, maybe I'll view it soon. I began thinking it was pretty strange after his coroner died. Then later, a witness to Breitbart's death turns up missing! Very strange. It's ventured out of the arena of a mere coincidence as far as I'm concerned, and it deserves to be looked at under a magnifying glass.

A few days ago, Josh Hamilton, an ex-crackhead, hit four home runs in one game. That's a big coincidence. But everyone seen the balls leave the bat and land out of the yard.


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10 May 2012, 5:32 pm

JFK, MLK and RFK all had complicated conspiracy stories surrounding their assassinations. The Clinton's had half a dozen or more including the idea that Hillary had Vince Foster murdered to cover up an affair, that Clinton was a crime lord who had the Arkansas state police execute his enemies, that Hillary was a murderous lesbian secretly sleeping with half of DC, etc, etc.

There is more than one book written on all of those subjects. And then there is the 9/11 troofer stuff. If you look at any given historical event (or fantasy plot), and look for interesting coincidences, you will find them. Always.



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10 May 2012, 5:44 pm

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The last time something as suspicious like that, involving someone getting killed, was the JFK assassination. Am I wrong? Has there been any similar events that are more topical than JFK? JFK gets killed, then Lee Harvey gets killed, then Lee's killer, Jack Rubenstein, dies while in jail. Maybe the JFK plot was the bellwether plot to other plots. Maybe it was too suggestive, so all future rubouts had to be less conspicuous. Maybe they like to test the reaction of the public?

Of course this is all speculation, but things like this is not beyond what a government like the US would do, and I'm sure they need field practicum to stay on top of their manipulation, skulduggery, cloak and dagger, etc.

I never really paid attention to Breitbart while he was alive, and it was kind of strange when he died, right before he was going to release his video. I've never seen the video, maybe I'll view it soon. I began thinking it was pretty strange after his coroner died. Then later, a witness to Breitbart's death turns up missing! Very strange. It's ventured out of the arena of a mere coincidence as far as I'm concerned, and it deserves to be looked at under a magnifying glass.

A few days ago, Josh Hamilton, an ex-crackhead, hit four home runs in one game. That's a big coincidence. But everyone seen the balls leave the bat and land out of the yard.


The Breitbart video wasn't even a fizzled firecracker. It was of Obama embracing a so called radical professor during a student demonstration back when Obama was in college. If anything, had not Breitbart died when he did, this "surprise video" would have just made him look pathetic.

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10 May 2012, 6:03 pm

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The last time something as suspicious like that, involving someone getting killed, was the JFK assassination. Am I wrong? Has there been any similar events that are more topical than JFK? JFK gets killed, then Lee Harvey gets killed, then Lee's killer, Jack Rubenstein, dies while in jail. Maybe the JFK plot was the bellwether plot to other plots. Maybe it was too suggestive, so all future rubouts had to be less conspicuous. Maybe they like to test the reaction of the public?

Of course this is all speculation, but things like this is not beyond what a government like the US would do, and I'm sure they need field practicum to stay on top of their manipulation, skulduggery, cloak and dagger, etc.

I never really paid attention to Breitbart while he was alive, and it was kind of strange when he died, right before he was going to release his video. I've never seen the video, maybe I'll view it soon. I began thinking it was pretty strange after his coroner died. Then later, a witness to Breitbart's death turns up missing! Very strange. It's ventured out of the arena of a mere coincidence as far as I'm concerned, and it deserves to be looked at under a magnifying glass.

A few days ago, Josh Hamilton, an ex-crackhead, hit four home runs in one game. That's a big coincidence. But everyone seen the balls leave the bat and land out of the yard.


The Breitbart video wasn't even a fizzled firecracker. It was of Obama embracing a so called radical professor during a student demonstration back when Obama was in college. If anything, had not Breitbart died when he did, this "surprise video" would have just made him look pathetic.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


If he had Shierf Arpaio taken out, would you believe it then?


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11 May 2012, 12:19 am

snapcap wrote:
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snapcap wrote:
The last time something as suspicious like that, involving someone getting killed, was the JFK assassination. Am I wrong? Has there been any similar events that are more topical than JFK? JFK gets killed, then Lee Harvey gets killed, then Lee's killer, Jack Rubenstein, dies while in jail. Maybe the JFK plot was the bellwether plot to other plots. Maybe it was too suggestive, so all future rubouts had to be less conspicuous. Maybe they like to test the reaction of the public?

Of course this is all speculation, but things like this is not beyond what a government like the US would do, and I'm sure they need field practicum to stay on top of their manipulation, skulduggery, cloak and dagger, etc.

I never really paid attention to Breitbart while he was alive, and it was kind of strange when he died, right before he was going to release his video. I've never seen the video, maybe I'll view it soon. I began thinking it was pretty strange after his coroner died. Then later, a witness to Breitbart's death turns up missing! Very strange. It's ventured out of the arena of a mere coincidence as far as I'm concerned, and it deserves to be looked at under a magnifying glass.

A few days ago, Josh Hamilton, an ex-crackhead, hit four home runs in one game. That's a big coincidence. But everyone seen the balls leave the bat and land out of the yard.


The Breitbart video wasn't even a fizzled firecracker. It was of Obama embracing a so called radical professor during a student demonstration back when Obama was in college. If anything, had not Breitbart died when he did, this "surprise video" would have just made him look pathetic.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


If he had Shierf Arpaio taken out, would you believe it then?


Arpaio is a racist blowhard, and his claims that he has proof that the president's birth certificate is fake is a crock of s**t. So, no, I wouldn't, because he's got nothing on Obama.

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11 May 2012, 12:35 am

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snapcap wrote:
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The last time something as suspicious like that, involving someone getting killed, was the JFK assassination. Am I wrong? Has there been any similar events that are more topical than JFK? JFK gets killed, then Lee Harvey gets killed, then Lee's killer, Jack Rubenstein, dies while in jail. Maybe the JFK plot was the bellwether plot to other plots. Maybe it was too suggestive, so all future rubouts had to be less conspicuous. Maybe they like to test the reaction of the public?

Of course this is all speculation, but things like this is not beyond what a government like the US would do, and I'm sure they need field practicum to stay on top of their manipulation, skulduggery, cloak and dagger, etc.

I never really paid attention to Breitbart while he was alive, and it was kind of strange when he died, right before he was going to release his video. I've never seen the video, maybe I'll view it soon. I began thinking it was pretty strange after his coroner died. Then later, a witness to Breitbart's death turns up missing! Very strange. It's ventured out of the arena of a mere coincidence as far as I'm concerned, and it deserves to be looked at under a magnifying glass.

A few days ago, Josh Hamilton, an ex-crackhead, hit four home runs in one game. That's a big coincidence. But everyone seen the balls leave the bat and land out of the yard.


The Breitbart video wasn't even a fizzled firecracker. It was of Obama embracing a so called radical professor during a student demonstration back when Obama was in college. If anything, had not Breitbart died when he did, this "surprise video" would have just made him look pathetic.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


If he had Shierf Arpaio taken out, would you believe it then?


Arpaio is a racist blowhard, and his claims that he has proof that the president's birth certificate is fake is a crock of sh**. So, no, I wouldn't, because he's got nothing on Obama.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer


I'm don't know if he is a racist blowhard or not, but I believe that if he was taken down, then I would definately believe that their was a campaign against Obama detractors, and I think many other people would too.

That's why he will live. :lol:


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11 May 2012, 12:38 am

True.

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