Frank Fiore – Novelist & Screenwriter

January 13, 2017

The Obama Conspiracy

Filed under: Conspiracies,Uncategorized — Frank Fiore @ 11:01 AM

When it comes to conspiracies there are certain ones that are above the rest. This blog article is all about one the biggest conspiracies ever to become publicly known. The OBAMA conspiracy. These “rumors” about the President have plagued him throughout his Presidency… Do you believe the President of the United States could be hiding secrets like these?

Obama is a secret Muslim:

This one began right after he took the stage at the 2004 Democratic convention, with chain emails alleging his “true” religious affiliation. The rumor soon found its way onto the popular conservative online forum Free Republic, and took on a whole new life in the years to come.

Obama once aided the mujahideen:

Harlem pastor and professional race-baiter James David Manning contended that in his younger days, Obama went undercover as a CIA agent to facilitate the transfer of cash and weapons to the Afghan mujahideen in the ’80s, thereby aiding what would become the Taliban.

Obama redecorated the Oval Office in Middle Eastern style:

Driven by his fierce sense of anti-American interior design, Obama got rid of the red, white, and blue decoration scheme in his White House office.

Obama married a Pakistani guy:

Correspondent Jerome Corsi posted a video in which he claimed to have “strong” evidence that Obama was once married to his college roommate from Pakistan. The smoking gun: Photos of the chums in which the future president is “sitting about on the [Pakistani roommate’s] lap.” For years Obama wore a gold ring on his left hand. Was it his gay-wedding ring?

Obama and the Koran

Obama’s ring has a Koranic verse on it. Did you know that? The very same ring, which Obama now wears as his wedding band, is allegedly emblazoned with a key phrase in the Islamic declaration of faith: “There is no god except Allah.”

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

January 5, 2017

The King Arthur Myth

Filed under: Myths — Frank Fiore @ 3:15 PM

One of the greatest myths of all time happens to be KING ARTHUR. While we spend more and more time thinking about the conspiracies, and myths happening today. This myth still fascinates even though it took place many hundreds of years ago. The question is… do you believe in King Arthur?

Is He A King?

Arthur, sometimes known as ‘the king that was and the king that shall be’, is recognised all over the world as one of the most famous characters of myth and legend. Yet, if he existed at all, he would not have been a king, but the commander of an elite army of fighting men. Furthermore, he would have lived more than 500 years before medieval legends suggest. All that is known, with even the least degree of certainty, is that a man named Arthur, or Arturus, led a band of heroic warriors who spearheaded the resistance of Britons against the invading Saxons, Jutes, and others from the north of Europe, sometime in the fifth and sixth centuries AD. He was certainly a warrior.

The Reality of the Round Table?

The Round Table is the centerpiece of the Arthurian world. Per the 13th-century poet Layamon, Arthur ordered the table to be built for him by a famous Cornish carpenter, who somehow made the table capable of seating 1,600 men, yet easily portable to wherever Arthur set up his mobile base of operations. Is the 1,600 number an exaggeration?

Other stories suggest it was Merlin, the king’s magician, who made the table – “round” he said, “in the likeness of the world” – and who sent out a call to the bravest and truest knights to join a great fellowship whose task was to care for the disenfranchised, and who would do no harm to anyone who did not deserve it.

Lancelot and Guinevere

Love stories actually feature a great deal in the Arthurian world. Tristan and Isolde, for example, best known these days from Wagner’s 1859 opera that retold their story, were famous doomed lovers. But another story, originating in France, became one of the best known of the Arthurian tales: the love story of Lancelot and Guinevere.

The 12th-century poet Chrétien de Troyes gave us an account of their romance in his Lancelot, or the Knight of the Cart. No stories before this feature Lancelot, so we must assume that Chrétien invented him. Lancelot became known as the greatest knight of the Round Table and Arthur’s most trusted ally, but it was his illicit love for Queen Guinevere that made him famous.

Merlin?

Merlin’s origins are almost as difficult to establish as Arthur’s. A collection of poems, magical and mystical in nature, is attributed to a princely bard named Myrddin, whose British name was changed because of its unfortunate similarity to merde (excrement) in French. The 12th-century writer Geoffrey of Monmouth, who included Arthur in his History of the Kings of Britain (1138), also wrote a Life of Merlin (c1150), in which a sixth-century prince goes mad after seeing his nephews killed in battle and who hides in the forest, telling stories to a pet pig. Geoffrey clearly considered this was the same Merlin as the character included in his later History of the Kings of Britain.

Will Arthur Return?

Belief in Arthur’s expected return to his country was kept alive in stories for many years by the people of Britain. Arthur’s bones were supposedly found at Glastonbury Abbey in 1191, though this was nothing more than a fabrication designed to quell the belief that Arthur would return to expel the invading Normans. Nevertheless, some bones were indeed interred in a black marble tomb in 1278 at the expense of Edward I.

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December 15, 2016

The Nightmare Before Christmas

Filed under: Frank Remarks — Frank Fiore @ 11:59 AM

With Christmas around the corner this might be a good time to look at some of the strangest conspiracies about the Holiday season… from flesh-filled mince pies, to Satan through to an intergalactic war… we have it all. Why don’t you check out our four “top” Christmas conspiracies… Just try not to laugh too hard. We don’t want you choking on that mince pie!

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Have A Mince Pie. It’s Fleshly Baked

There’s a conspiracy out there that says that the humble mince pie was invented by a group of cannibals in the 16th century, who decided to make little Christmas pies with fruit, spices and minced meat – diced pieces of flesh from their human victims. Mince pies today no longer contain meat to distance this Christmas tradition from its bloody origins.

The Christmas War…

Atheists and non-Christians, and corporations and governments trying to appease atheists and non-Christians, are conspiring to take the ‘Christ’ out of Christmas, to secularize what is really a Christian celebration. All in the name of political correctness. What do you think?

Santa Claus Actually…

There are those who believe Santa is Satan in disguise. Apparently because Santa dresses in Satan’s favorite color. He has supernatural powers. He flies around the world on the night before Jesus’ birthday. And most obviously, the letters in his name can be rearranged to spell ‘Satan’. This is one of the craziest conspiracy theories… but is there any truth in it?

The Hungry Life of the Former Mr Claus

Apparently, Santa wasn’t always the kind and generous figure we know today. In fact, he used to be a monster/demon who would slither down chimneys and kill and eat children, or stuff them into a sack to eat later. He only changed his ways when a holy man caught up to him and forced him to make amends by visiting each house and delivering gifts to the children instead. The holy man made the demon do this every year. In time, the demon recruited elves to help him carry out his annual gift-giving and he became Santa Claus. Really?

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

December 8, 2016

The Horrors of Conspiracy Theories Proven True

Filed under: Conspiracies — Frank Fiore @ 11:14 AM

Over the last few weeks we have been discussing rumors. But what about the conspiracy theories that have been proven to be true? There must be some, right? Well here they are… and some of these are just as frightening as the idea of aliens abducting people. Check out these grisly conspiracy theories that have been proven.

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Operation Northwoods

The Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US military drew up and approved plans to create acts of terrorism on US soil in order to sway the American public into supporting a war against Cuba. Frighteningly this conspiracy has been proven.

Fortunately, President Kennedy rejected the plan, which included: innocent Americans being shot dead on the streets; boats carrying refugees fleeing Cuba to be sunk on the high seas; a wave of violent terrorism to be launched in Washington, D.C., Miami, and elsewhere; people being framed for bombings they did not commit; and planes being hijacked.

Additionally, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, led by Chairman Lyman Lemnitzer, planned to fabricate evidence that would implicate Fidel Castro and Cuban refugees as the perpetrators of the attacks.

Perhaps most horrifyingly, Lemnitzer planned for an elaborately staged incident whereby a Cuban aircraft would attack and shoot down a plane full of college students.

Operation Snow White

Operation Snow White is the name given to an unprecedented infiltration of the US government by the Church of Scientology during the 1970s. They stole classified government files regarding Scientology from dozens of government agencies.

In 1977, the FBI finally cracked Snow White open which led to the arrest and imprisonment of a senior Church official.

The core mission of the program was to expose and legally expunge “all false and secret files of the nations of operating areas” and to enable Church seniors and L. Ron Hubbard himself to “frequent all Western nations without threat.” By the end, of course, there was nothing legal about their endeavors.

The Gulf of Tonkin Incident

The Gulf of Tonkin incident, a major escalator of US involvement in the Vietnam War, never actually occurred.

It’s true. The original incident – also sometimes referred to as the USS Maddox Incident(s) –involved the destroyer USS Maddox supposedly engaging three North Vietnamese Navy torpedo boats as part of an intelligence patrol. The Maddox fired almost 300 shells.

President Lyndon B. Johnson promptly drafted the Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, which became his administration’s legal justification for military involvement in Vietnam. The problem is the event never happened.

In 2005, a declassified internal National Security Agency study revealed that there were NO North Vietnamese naval vessels present during the incident. So, what was the Maddox firing at? In 1965, President Johnson commented: “For all I know, our Navy was shooting at whales out there.”

Operation Mockingbird

In the late 1940s, as the Cold War was just getting underway, the CIA launched a top-secret project called Operation Mockingbird. Their goal was to buy influence and control among the major media outlets. They also planned to put journalists and reporters directly on the CIA payroll, which some claim is ongoing to this day. The architects of this plan were Frank Wisner, Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, and Philip Graham (publisher of The Washington Post), who planned to enlist American news organizations and journalists to basically become spies and propagandists.

Their list of entrenched agents eventually included journalists from ABC, NBC, CBS, Time, Newsweek, Associated Press, United Press International (UPI), Reuters, Hearst Newspapers, Scripps-Howard, and Copley News Service. By the 1950s, the CIA had infiltrated the nation’s businesses, media, and universities with tens of thousands of on-call operatives.

Project MKUltra

The CIA ran secret mind control experiments on US citizens from the 1950s until 1973. It’s so true that in 1995 President Clinton issued a formal apology on behalf of the US government.

Essentially, the CIA used drugs, electronics, hypnosis, sensory deprivation, verbal and sexual abuse, and torture to conduct experimental behavioral engineering experiments on subjects. The program subcontracted hundreds of these projects to over 80 different institutions, including universities, hospitals, prisons, and pharmaceutical companies.

Most of this was uncovered in 1977 when a Freedom of Information Act exposed 20,000 previously classified documents and triggered a series of Senate hearings. Because CIA Director Richard Helms had most of the more damning MKULTRA files destroyed in 1973, much of what occurred during these experiments is still unknown and, of course, not a single person was brought to justice.

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December 2, 2016

The Mystery of MH730: What Really Happened?

Filed under: Conspiracies — Frank Fiore @ 8:18 AM

In recent years, we have seen several huge conspiracy theories enter public consciousness—but none as big as the disappearance of flight MH370. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared from radars in March 2014, and until now aviation experts and investigators have confessed that they remain in the dark about what really happened to the plane… Let’s take a look at some of the more believable theories…

Plane Snatch

Early rumors held that flight MH370 could have set down at the U.S. base at Diego Garcia. The United States denied the claim, and nobody has yet come up with a reasonable explanation why the plane would land there or why its location would remain classified to this date.

Hijacked?

Malaysia has been a target of various terrorist forces in the past. One early version claimed the plane had been hijacked and flown to Afghanistan where the plane and personnel are still being held captive in squalid conditions.

Those same theorists cannot explain why no ransom demand has been made or why the captors have not laid claim to the event.

Suicidal?

An early theory held that the flight MH370’s Captain Zaharie Ahamad Shah or his co-pilot Farique Abdul Hamid intentionally ditched the plane in a bizarre attempt at suicide.

Failure?

A very persistent theory holds that an electrical fire did enough damage to kill the passengers and crew, perhaps with smoke or toxic fumes, before bringing the plane down. This may explain why the plane flew so long on radar and why it made several graceful turns before it disappeared. On the other hand, such a fire would likely have led to distress calls which never occurred.

Did Someone Shoot It Down?

Yet another theory holds that Malaysian flight MH370 went down in flames as the result of an internal explosion or, perhaps worse, a missile fired during a joint Thai-U.S. military exercise.

Another version says the plane was deliberately shot down by the United States to protect its interests in Diego Garcia from terrorists using the plane as their missile.

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

November 25, 2016

How Will The World End?

Filed under: Conspiracies,Paranormal — Frank Fiore @ 9:17 AM

Is this the real world, or is it fantasy? That’s a question many people ask themselves on a daily basis. When we turn around…. Does the world behind us truly exist? Does anything really matter? This blog article is for those who are disillusioned with the world that surrounds them. If you are looking for an excuse to skip work today… check out these conspiracies that may shock your very world… if they are ever proven to be real…

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Is It The Big Freeze?

The universe has a fixed amount of energy in it, and as this energy runs out—so the theory goes—the universe slows down. In other words, there is a slow loss of heat, because heat is produced by the movement of energy particles. There is also a slowdown in movement, and supposedly, everything would eventually come to a halt. Could this be the way the world ends?

Is It Presentism?

Time is something we take for granted: if we consider it for a moment, we normally divide it simply into the past, the present, and the future. “Presentist” philosophers, however, argue that there is neither a past nor a future; only the present exists. What do you think?

Is It Phenomenalism?

Ever wondered what happens to things behind your back? Philosophers have studied this problem intently, and some have reached a simple conclusion: they vanish. Well—not exactly. Some philosophers, known as “phenomenalists”, believe that things only exist insofar as they are perceived. In other words, your cheese sandwich only exists so long as you are aware of its existence. So as for trees that fall in forests with no one around to hear them; they don’t. No perception, no existence.

Is It Idealism?

It’s said that one of his opponents closed his eyes, kicked a stone, and stated: “I refute it thus.” The point was that if the stone really existed only in the man’s mind, he should not have been able to kick it with his eyes closed. Berkeley’s refutation of this was a bit troublesome, especially in modern eyes. He stated that there existed an all-powerful and omnipresent God, who perceived everyone and everything simultaneously. Plausible or not? You decide.

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

November 17, 2016

Secrets of the Past

Filed under: Conspiracies,Uncategorized — Frank Fiore @ 2:15 PM

Some of the worlds least famous conspiracy theories, are some of the strangest. Take these theories for example. From the secret cults of the rich and famous, to secret sleeper agents—do we really know what is going on in the world? Do we have any idea about the truth? Let’s find out what the conspiracy theorists already know…

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Secret Societies, Secret Rituals and the Rich

All conspiracy theories stem from the idea that a cabal of rich and powerful men control the world. This is true, in a way, but it’s nothing but a bunch of entrepreneurs and investors fighting each other for market shares. Can you imagine if the rich and powerful donned robes and got together to perform ridiculous rituals? The truth is much weirder. The Bohemian Grove gatherings, in which members — which have included U.S. presidents — gather to perform rituals before a 30-foot-tall idol shaped like an owl.

The Dead Zone

This theory takes many forms, but all comes back to the idea that in some secret government lab, they’re doing human experimentation without our knowledge. If it was an episode of the X-Files, it’d probably involve some shady agency secretly collecting DNA samples from the public to breed with aliens or create super soldiers or some shit.

Secret Sleeper Cells

It’s easy to forget that you don’t have to go back that many decades to find an America haunted by the idea that there were communists hiding under every bed. Sure, the West was in an arms race with the Soviet Union — that part was real — but the truly paranoid were sure that their neighbors, school teachers, and grocers were sneaking into their basements at night to roll out invasion maps. When their comrades arrived at America’s borders, they’d be ready to help.

Making Patients Sick… For Profit

According to conspiracy theorists, Big Pharma is an evil machine that makes people sick for profit. You might be surprised to learn that they’re right … about the last half of the sentence. Because let’s face it, we all already believe the rest of it.

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

November 11, 2016

Do We Live in a Vat?

Filed under: Conspiracies — Frank Fiore @ 7:56 AM

In our busy everyday lives, we want to believe that we are living our own lives. We always want to believe that reality is plain and simple but most of the times it’s not. Some of the things we take for granted as being true are false. Philosophers and scientists have discredited in so many ways the theories of commonsense as the following examples show in detail. But what could the real world be like? Let’s look at some of the bigger theories.

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The BIG Freeze

The Big Freeze refers to a scientific theory on the end of the universe and it spells disaster for everyone. The theory is that a fixed amount of energy exists in the world and as it runs out, the universe slows down. Since heat is produced by energy particle movement, there’s slow loss of heat. A slowdown in movement also exists and eventually everything will come to a halt.

Plato and the Theory

Plato is among the most famous philosophers. He claimed that there exists another world different from the one we are familiar with, that had perfect ‘forms’. What we see around us are just shadows, or imitations of the real thing. When we study philosophy, we are at a better chance to glimpse the originals.

Presentism

We take time for granted and normally divide it into present, past and future. Presentism philosophers, however argue that the past and future do not exist- only the present does. This means that the last birthday you celebrated does not exist and this article will cease to exist immediately after you look at it- well, until you decide to look at it again.

Do We Live in a Vat?

Some scientists and philosophers believe that the external world is verifiable independently. So, where is the problem with this? Imagine that we are brains-in-vats merely and our perceptions are being manipulated by aliens. How would we know that it’s happening? Can we disapprove the idea that it’s possible this situation is indeed the case for us right now? The Brain-in-vat theory is a modern version of the Descartes Evil Demon problem. The same point is made here- it’s impossible to prove anything else exists except our consciousness. The theory however employs some slightly different thought experiments.

Phenomenalism

What happens to things that are behind your back? Some philosophers believe they vanish. However, some philosophers believe that the existence of some things is in so far as they are perceived. Meaning that, that sandwich you are eating only exists so long as you are aware it exists. No perception, no existence and that’s phenomenalism for you.

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

November 3, 2016

Do You Know About The Secret World We Can’t See?

Filed under: Uncategorized — Frank Fiore @ 1:17 PM

As this is the week of Halloween… I thought it would be interesting to share some of the more frightening conspiracy theories. Don’t read these in the dark. Turnover, put the light on, sit up and read through these slowly. You may find them making more sense…. Than you could have ever believed. Does our world truly exist? Are we subject to the whims of a superior race of people? What is this life we are leading? Let’s hear some suggestions…

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Project Bluebeam

This very controversial, and dangerous conspiracy theory, holds that the New World Order will use advanced holographic technology to create a false flag alien invasion and/or a worldwide religious “awakening” to achieve servitude by the masses and acceptance of a one world government and religion and possibly depopulation efforts as well.

The Fermi Paradox

The Fermi Paradox is an argument originally made by physicists Enrico Fermi and Michael H. Hart, who presented an apparent contradiction between how many alien civilizations are thought to be out there and our lack of evidence for their existence.

Do Humans Hold The Signs of Alien Life in Their DNA?

Is it possible that an intelligent species encoded a message or signature into the very structure of our DNA? There is evidence that suggests that this is the case.

Is This Real? Is It Fantasy?

This theory supposes that because of the overwhelming likelihood of technological singularities occurring in the universe, it is quite likely that advanced civilizations–either us in the future, or aliens in a distant galaxy–have created or will create simulations. Since the number of these simulations would be in the billions, some scientists have admitted that it’s quite likely we are living in some sort of a computer simulation.

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

 

October 27, 2016

Some of the Wildest Conspiracy Theories Out There – Way Out There!

Filed under: Conspiracies — Frank Fiore @ 12:24 PM

Some of the wildest conspiracy theories have been thrown around in recent years. This article is about some of the most unbelievable of these theories. When you are out shopping at Walmart you may be walking above secret government tunnels. That knock at the door may be the ‘real’ “Men in Black.” Read on and discover all the things you never knew existed.

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Tunnels Under Abandoned Walmarts

Not long ago, quite a few Walmart’s were shut down after it was discovered that all the stores had major plumbing issues. The managers of the stores were reportedly blindsided and had no knowledge of those plumbing issues. Due to the unusual circumstances, conspiracy theories quickly ran rampant. The most popular ones simply suggested that Walmart was trying to pull some subtle union-busting tricks, or perhaps was trying to find a better way to deal with underperforming stores. However, some people saw the government’s hand moving behind the scenes. What are these tunnels really for?

The “Real” Men In Black

These ‘government’ men usually wear dark suits, glasses, gloves, and hats—even, by all accounts, in the middle of the summer. They say they are government agents, and they tend to have odd mannerisms.

This has led people to speculate that perhaps the “Men in Black” aren’t humans and aren’t working for the government at all. The stories of these beings run the gamut of the bizarre. Some accounts describe beings who can make a coin disappear without a trace. Others say the men have almost no hair or give off the uncanny valley vibe—almost human, but not quite. Some theorists claim that during the height of the MIB sightings, even the higher-ups in the military issued reports stating that they didn’t know who these people were. Of course, if these men in black were real, it could just be that they were a very secretive part of the government that not all the top brass knew about or they could have been civilians playing their own little game. So, who are the “Men in Black?”

The Columbia Was Actually Destroyed by Alien Invaders

The Columbia disaster was a horrifying tragedy, and the world lost several highly skilled astronauts that day. After a sixteen day mission, the Columbia was reentering the Earth’s atmosphere when everything went wrong. The official report stated that, during takeoff, a rogue piece of insulating foam had put a hole in the ship’s wing. Upon reentering the atmosphere, this hole allowed the heat to spread to the rest of the shuttle, which basically tore it to pieces in the upper atmosphere.

It was a major setback for NASA, and it served as a lesson that even the smallest mistake can lead to catastrophe. However, conspiracy theorists had an entirely different idea on what had happened. They pointed out that strange lights were seen near the Columbia before it exploded. These theorists also helpfully clarified that the craft was too high up in the atmosphere to be shot down from the Earth, which they said leads to only one conclusion: Aliens blew it up. What do you think?

The Government Has Been Openly Allowing Alien Abductions For Decades

While most people might casually argue over whether aliens even exist, some people take it to another level. For the alien experts who believe in regular alien abductions, it’s not a question of whether anyone is being abducted, but by whom and for what reason. One theorist who believes in and investigates alien abductions has noted that many recent abductees claim that the government has a contract with the aliens and is secretly working with them. This contract allows the aliens to abduct people for their research in exchange for technological secrets. If abductions are real, it’s reasonable to assume that the governments would know something about it. There are thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth now, and aliens would have a pretty hard time sneaking past all of them. So, what is the truth?

And if you want to see an action packed version of conspiracy theories, check out my three-book series – The Chronicles of Jermey Nash.

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