Friday, April 29, 2011

Princess Diana Death Conspiracy - Murder or Accident ?

The Queen did it. Or maybe it was M.I.6, the British secret service. The motive: to prevent Princess Diana from marrying Dodi Fayed, bearing his child---step sibling to a future king--- and becoming a Muslim. Or maybe the motive was to protect the new world order from an activist princess with inconvenient ideas, such as banning land mines. How did the killers do it? Small bombs placed on the front and roof of the Mercedes in which she and Dodi rode. Or maybe the Mercedes was sabotaged with a remote-control device that locked the wheels and steering column at the flick of a switch in some far-off location---say, Balmoral. Some anti-Royals believe the queen pushed the button herself. Princess diana Death Conspiracy continues to baffle everyone.

Like most conspiracy theories, the scenarios spun since Diana's death lead everywhere and nowhere. Many of the juiciest theories circulate on the Internet, where postings about Diana are rapidly becoming as numerous as those about the deaths of JFK, Marilyn Monroe and the king of the after world, Elvis Presley. But it is Egypt, homeland of the Fayeds, that has become the center of a booming conspiracy-theory industry.

Already at least half-a-dozen books about the dead princess are on sale in Cairo. One called "Who Killed Diana?!" was written in three days and is selling briskly enough, at $1.47 a copy, to warrant a second edition, out this week. Author Mohamed Ragab maintains that Britain's royal family and "Jewish circles" ordered the deaths to keep Diana from marrying Dodi. In the daily Al Ahram, Anis Mansour, a former adviser to Anwar Sadat, said Diana was "killed by British Intelligence to save the monarchy." A well-known Egyptian film director, Khairy Beshara, is writing the script for a movie about Diana's life. He has some reservations about the conspiracy theories, but he says she "suffered from cruel traditions" imposed on her by her in-laws.

Egyptians jumped to ugly conclusions about Diana's death partly because of a deeply ingrained feeling that the British, who ruled them until 1952, regard them as inferior. Egyptians say "a Dodi cannot marry the Princess of Wales, and the British would go as far as having them killed," says newspaper columnist Mohamed Sid Ahmed. "Conspiracy theories are a stock in trade here," says Tim Sullivan, a political science professor at American University in Cairo. He traces the cause to a sense of powerlessness. "When you think you don't have control over your life and over events," he says, "then conspiracy theories explain what is happening." 

The First Diana Conspiracy Site popped up on Internet in Australia only hours after the death was announced. "The whole thing seems too pat and too convenient," it said, putting blame for the crash on Western governments, arms manufacturers and the royal family. One reporter heard the theory about the remote-control device in Paris, London, Los Angeles, and Milan, where a bodyguard claimed that the Mercedes S-280, the model used by Diana, often figures in murderous "accidents."

In Los Angeles, Leslie Barry, 35, voices another widely held theory. "I'm sure the royals did a blood test on her body and found out she was pregnant," Barry says. "They'll probably now use this to blackmail Princess Diana's family, especially if her brother tries to have more contact with the boys." Other people think the crash was aimed at killing Dodi, not Diana. "I heard he stiffed some people in his business here," says a well heeled Beverly Hills resident. Is it Princess diana Death Conspiracy or accident?

Then there are the true believers who think Diana is still alive. Subscribers to this theory, say she was fed up with the intrusions on her private life and used the resources of the Fayed family to fake her death. One message on the London Net Web site says Diana and Dodi are living on "a small tropical island near the Middle East," communicating with her sons by "satellite video conferencing."

While no solid evidence exists, conspiracy theories about the death of Princess Diana continue to grow and flourish. To many it doesn't seem fitting, or even reasonable, that somebody as special and unique as Diana should die in something as common as an automobile accident. Perhaps they are right.

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Monday, April 25, 2011

“Virgin Mary” apparition appears in African Sunset?

The website published a video allegedly recorded on April 20th in Ivory Coast in which people had begun filming the sunset as it was unusual, only for a bizarre anomaly to appear resembling the image of the Virgin Mary.
“Virgin Mary shows herself in center of gleaming sun on April 20, 2011, in Ivory Coast (of Africa) just like any other normal day, the sun seem to be doing something extraordinary, glowing extremely in the sky, caused people to look up. skip to 1:30 of the video.”

The video description reads (translated):
This Wednesday, April 20, 2011 in the district of Yopougon in Abidjan Cote d’Ivoire, 9 days after the coup in France to install one of its governors in the person of Alassane Ouattara, a strange event that could be described as divine, unless disbelief runs at the sight of all … God’s punishment may be terrible … against those who by deceit and force were attacked in this blessed country of God
The screams of the crowd appear to correlate with the events unfolding on the film, however it’s difficult to validate as I can’t understand the dialogue. I’m not convinced that this is the virgin mary, however it does appear that some kind of weirdness is going on…. whatever; it’s easily achievable using GCI …. As you’d expect, HAARP is immediately cited as the cause by many; with little or no evidence to back up the theory.

Another interesting video of Jesus crucifixion in SKY 

Baby Yoga with Lena Fokina – Fake or real?

Baby Yoga with Lena Fokina – Fake or real?

The following video shows a Russian lady subjecting a squirming baby to "dynamic exercises" that involve swinging it by its arms and ankles, upside down and over her head. Oddly, there is precedent: Russian swinging baby videos are a meme. "Baby Yoga with Lena Fokina" (as, I am told, the title frame translates) originated on YouTube. The baby moves at the beginning (0:10) and end (5:10), and spends the middle portion swinging around like a discus. It's so ridiculous, I burst out laughing the first time I saw the baby flip—then grew uncomfortably quiet as I contemplated that possibility that I was watching an infant being hopelessly maimed. But it can't be real, right?

As it turns out, Russian swinging baby videos of dubious origin are a recurring phenomenon: Two years ago, video of a Russian (or perhaps Ukranian) man swinging a baby by its arms and legs ignited mass hysteria and led to Australian police raiding a journalist's house. (Child abuses charges were later dropped.) In the aftermath, Liveleak posted a clip from a documentary about a Russian circus family, which shows a man "training" a baby by swinging it around, albeit significantly more gently.
So where are these Russian swinging babies coming from? Is there someone in Russia producing these videos, chuckling under his breath when everyone freaks out? Or is it one of those oft-repeated, ever-evolving xenophobic legends, like the myth about Chinese restaurants sneaking cat meat into our takeout? Or do people in the Slavic world actually swing babies through the air, and just don't care? In which case I predict a Cold War of righteous indignation, starting as soon as the above video appears on its first American mommy blog.

Baby Yoga with Lena Fokina

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Body of Dead 'alien' found in Siberia snow + VIDEO

INCREDIBLE footage has emerged of what a group of Russians claim to be the remains of a mangled alien. The lifeless 'body' was supposedly discovered lying in snow in the Irkutsk region of southern Siberia following reports of a UFO crash last month.

The 'extra-terrestrial' appears to have suffered horrific injuries - including the loss of one limb. Shocked villagers had told of seeing a pink and blue glowing object hurtling towards the town before the 'alien' was found

The bizarre reports were taken so seriously, they were investigated by the country's Emergencies Ministry staff.

Dead Alien in Siberia

The mystery deepened when investigators said no aircrafts were reported in the area. And search and rescue teams found no evidence of an aircraft crash.The strange clip has now been seen by nearly 900,000 people since Sunday.

But cynical YouTube viewers have claimed it is an elaborate fake.One blogger said: "This has got to be a hoax. Why do all aliens have to be naked."

It just seems too strange to be true. But in the frozen wastes of Siberia two walkers claim to have found the body of an alien.

On its side with its mouth slightly agape, the slender, badly-damage body lies half-buried in snow close to Irkutsk, Russia.

The area is a known UFO hotspot and video of the alien's corpse has become a massive worldwide hit with hundreds of thousands of followers after being posted on the internet. 

Watch VIDEO of Dead alien body in Siberia 


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