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Live Radio Broadcast Tonight Will Reveal Biggest Conspiracy Theory In US History.


On Sunday evening, December 15, starting at 9:00PM EST, we will be bringing you a mind-blowing radio broadcastwith live chat room and call-in lines, with our very special guest Chris Kitze, publisher of theBefore It’s News alternative news website.

Join Us LIVE Sunday Night: Click this link to be a part of this very special interactive radio broadcast.

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We have titled the show “The Biggest Conspiracy Theory Of All Time You’ve Never Heard Of“, and it is just exactly that. What if we told you that there exists right now, within the walls of the United States government, a conspiracy to control and defraud the American people that is so vast and so wide that you will barely be able to wrap your mind around it when we reveal it to you.

Whatever level of knowledge and understanding you find yourself at regarding conspiracy theory, this show will challenge you, and possibly frighten you when you see it for yourself.

It’s bigger than the Kennedy assasination, bigger than Watergate, bigger than the first lunar landing, and yes, it’s even much bigger than 9/11.

Tune in and listen for yourself….

by NTEB News Desk

Tech Experts: HealthCare.gov Should Cost Less Than $10 Million.


The price for building the Obamacare website HealthCare.gov should have topped out at less than $10 million, tech experts have claimed.

“I would say to build a site like this with the infrastructure, the architecture around it, you are looking at maybe $5 million to $10 million at a very maximum rate,” David Kennedy, President and CEO of TrustedSec also known as the “White Hat Hacker” told Sean Hannity on Fox News Wednesday.

“It isn’t rocket science,” Kennedy said. “Web application development is a proven science. Companies do it all the time.”

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Luke Chung, president and founder of FMS Software Solutions, said the front end of the website could have been built for $1 million, but he agreed with Kennedy that the whole thing should have cost from $5 to $10 million.

“This does not need to be a Silicon Valley space project,” Chung said.

“None of these contractors are ever held accountable for delivering such crap,” he added.

According to a government analyst, the total cost for the glitch-ridden healthcare website has reached $1 billion.

Chung told Newsmax in October the website cost hundreds of millions more than what it should have.

“I went on it and was just shocked by how poorly it was programed, how poorly it was designed,” Chung said.

“I would be embarrassed for that to cost more than a million,” Chung told Newsmax, referring to building the front end portion of the website.

Kennedy had also said earlier on Fox News Wednesday that no security was built into HealthCare.gov and it could take a year or more to fix it.

“It’s a prime target for hackers right now,” he said. “If you look at the type of information you put in there and the integration it has into other government agencies, you have the potential of all that information being exposed.

“And one of the most alarming pieces of information about this is that the federal government does not have to expose that there was a breach of data. So all your information can be taken and sold on the black market and you would have no idea,” he warned.

The information HealthCare.gov users must cough up includes their name, birth date, social security number and credit card information.

“You have a huge recipe for . . . identity theft,” Kennedy added.

He  told Hannity that he would advise users to stay off the website, for now.

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By Courtney Coren

Kennedy 50 Years Later: Little Evidence JFK Would Have Left Vietnam in Second Term.


Image: Kennedy 50 Years Later: Little Evidence JFK Would Have Left Vietnam in Second Term

President John F. Kennedy meets in the White House cabinet room with Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara, left, Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Montana), second left, and Sen. Everett Dirksen (R-Ill.), on Sept. 9, 1963.

Americans today commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

One is sure to hear many “if only” conjectures about the 35th president. One of these is likely “If only Kennedy had survived the assassination in Dallas and won re-election, he would have reversed the U.S. military buildup in Vietnam.”

It would be in direct contrast to the action taken by his successor, fellow Democrat Lyndon Johnson, and would have avoided America’s longest war.

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But is there any hard evidence to support this claim? None at all. In fact, had President Kennedy been re-elected and taken this course, it would have contradicted just about every public action and statement he made about Vietnam during his presidency.

In his book “Johnny We Hardly Knew Ye,” onetime top Kennedy White House aide Ken O’Donnell wrote that he recalled a conversation between the president and Senate Majority Leader Mike Mansfield (D.-Mont.) in May 1963 in which Kennedy said he “now agreed with the senator’s thinking on the need for a complete withdrawal from Vietnam. ‘But I can’t do it until 1965 — after I’m re-elected.'”

According to O’Donnell, Kennedy told him: “If I tried to pull out completely now from Vietnam, we would have another Joe McCarthy scare on our hands, but I can do it after I’m re-elected. So we had better make damned sure that I am re-elected.”

Echoed without any supporting evidence by other allies of JFK, this claim of President Kennedy in his second term reversing the buildup of 16,000 troops in Vietnam, that occurred for the most part during his first term, has developed a life of its own.

In his much-praised biography of Kennedy, “An Unfinished Life,” historian Robert Dallek concedes that “[n]o one can prove, of course, what Kennedy would have done about Vietnam between 1964 and 1968.” But, Dallek concludes, “His actions and statements, however, are suggestive of a carefully managed stand-down from the sort of involvement that occurred under LBJ.”

Do they? In an interview at his Hyannisport, Mass., home with CBS-TV‘s Walter Cronkite on Sept. 2, 1963, Kennedy said of Vietnam: ” . . . I don’t agree with those who say we should withdraw. That would be a great mistake. I know people don’t like Americans to be engaged in this kind of effort.

“Forty-seven Americans have been killed in combat with the enemy. But this is a very important struggle even though it is far away. We took all this — made this effort to defend Europe. Now Europe is quite secure. We also have to participate — we may not like it — in the defense of Asia.”

At a news conference 10 days later, responding to a question about the current U.S. policy toward South Vietnam, the president underscored the U.S. commitment to winning .

“I think I have stated what my view is, and we are for those things and those policies which help win the war there,” he said, “That is why some 25,000 Americans have traveled 10,000 miles to participate in that struggle. What helps to win the war, we support; what interferes with the war effort, we oppose.

“I have already made it clear that any action by either government which may handicap the winning of the war is inconsistent with our policy or our objectives.

” . . . [W]e want the war to be won, the Communists to be contained, and the Americans to go home. That is our policy. I am sure it is the policy of the people of Vietnam. But we are not there to see a war lost, and we will follow the policy which I have indicated today of advancing those causes and issues which help win the war.”

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Two months later, the president’s own words recalled his pledge in 1960 to “build a national defense which is not ‘first but,’ not ‘first if,’ not ‘first when’ but first — period. The pledge has been fulfilled.”

In the same remarks, Kennedy hailed U.S. support of other countries fighting communism, declaring: “Our assistance to these nations can be painful, risky, and costly, as is true in Southeast Asia today, But we dare not weary of the task . . . .”

” . . . [T]he righteousness of our cause must underlie our strength,” he concluded, “For as was written long ago: ‘Except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.’”

These are from texts of speeches never given, scheduled for the president to deliver in Dallas on the afternoon of Nov. 22, 1963.

John Gizzi is chief political columnist and White House correspondent for Newsmax.

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Ibori Owns 30 per cent Of Oando – Swiss Bank Document Reveals.


By Nicholas Ibekwe

Contrary to the claim by oil and gas company, Oando Plc, that former governor of Delta State, James Ibori, owns “insignificant” shares in the company, British prosecutors, Tuesday, provided overwhelming evidence that the convicted money launderer owns almost a third of the company.

A crown prosecutor told a British Crown Court in Southwark, London, that Mr. Ibori told a Swiss private bank in 2004 that he owns up to 30 per cent of Oando.

Mr. Ibori is believed to have laundered more than N12.5 billion (£50 million) stolen from the treasury of oil-rich Delta State during his tenure as governor. The case has been described as one of the biggest embezzlement cases ever seen in Britain.

More details of how he hid his illicit wealth in a maze of shell companies and offshore accounts are expected to be revealed in a the three-week long asset confiscation hearing that started on Monday.

According to Ms. Wass, while opening an account at Swiss bank, PKB, through a shell company called Stanhope Investment, Mr. Ibori told the bank he owns 30 per cent of Oando.

Reading from internal PKB documents, Ms. Wass said the former governor passed himself as the owner of an insurance company and 50 per cent owner of a Nigerian Bank.

She also revealed that N180 million ($1.2 million) was transferred from Oando in three instalments into Mr. Ibori’s account in PKB. She said the money was subsequently transferred into a fund meant to purchase a N3 billion ($20 million) private jet for Mr Ibori.
Oando, Nigeria’s biggest indigenous oil company, issued a statement Monday denying that some of Mr. Ibori’s wealth was hidden in the company.
“Based on our current shareholding register, Mr Ibori’s shareholding stands at 443 shares out of a total issued and paid-up share capital of 6.8 billion ordinary shares, which is clearly insignificant, and cannot be considered as a large part of Oando,” the firm said.
Oando shares dipped 10 per cent at the shock market, on Tuesday after news of Mr. Ibori’s involvement with the company broke.
Money like the Kennedys
Internal document shows that Mr. Ibori awed officials of PKB with his enormous stolen wealth so much that the bank likened him to a descendant of the Kennedys in the U.S. The bank described Mr. Ibori as being from a wealthy Nigerian family with decades old wealth gained from investment in the petroleum sector.

“We could compare these families with the Kennedy dynasty which also mixed business and politics,” the bank document said.
Another part of the document also described him as “an extremely rich man as he was doing a lot of business before becoming governor”

Recent evidence has shown that Mr. Ibori started out as a career petty thief who stole building materials in Nigeria and shoplifted in cohort with his now convicted wife in the U.K.

Oando had claimed Mr. Ibori owns insignificant shares of the company.

Contrary to the claim by oil and gas company, Oando Plc, that former governor of Delta State, James Ibori, owns “insignificant” shares in the company, British prosecutors, Tuesday, provided overwhelming evidence that the convicted money launderer owns almost a third of the company.
A crown prosecutor told a British Crown Court in Southwark, London, that Mr. Ibori told a Swiss private bank in 2004 that he owns up to 30 per cent of Oando.
Mr. Ibori is believed to have laundered more than N12.5 billion (£50 million) stolen from the treasury of oil-rich Delta State during his tenure as governor.

The case has been described as one of the biggest embezzlement cases ever seen in Britain.

More details of how he hid his illicit wealth in a maze of shell companies and offshore accounts are expected to be revealed in a the three-week long asset confiscation hearing that started on Monday.

According to Ms. Wass, while opening an account at Swiss bank, PKB, through a shell company called Stanhope Investment, Mr. Ibori told the bank he owns 30 per cent of Oando.

Reading from internal PKB documents, Ms. Wass said the former governor passed himself as the owner of an insurance company and 50 per cent owner of a Nigerian Bank.

She also revealed that N180 million ($1.2 million) was transferred from Oando in three installments into Mr. Ibori’s account in PKB. She said the money was subsequently transferred into a fund meant to purchase a N3 billion ($20 million) private jet for Mr Ibori.
Oando, Nigeria’s biggest indigenous oil company, issued a statement Monday denying that some of Mr. Ibori’s wealth was hidden in the company.

“Based on our current shareholding register, Mr Ibori’s shareholding stands at 443 shares out of a total issued and paid-up share capital of 6.8 billion ordinary shares, which is clearly insignificant, and cannot be considered as a large part of Oando,” the firm said.
Oando shares dipped 10 per cent at the shock market, on Tuesday after news of Mr. Ibori’s involvement with the company broke.
Money like the Kennedys

Internal document shows that Mr. Ibori awed officials of PKB with his enormous stolen wealth so much that the bank likened him to a descendant of the Kennedys in the U.S. The bank described Mr. Ibori as being from a wealthy Nigerian family with decades old wealth gained from investment in the petroleum sector.

“We could compare these families with the Kennedy dynasty which also mixed business and politics,” the bank document said.

Another part of the document also described him as “an extremely rich man as he was doing a lot of business before becoming governor”

Recent evidence has shown that Mr. Ibori started out as a career petty thief who stole building materials in Nigeria and shoplifted in cohort with his now convicted wife in the U.K.

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Caroline Kennedy Could Be Worth $500 Million.


Documents filed by Caroline Kennedy, President Barack Obama’s nominee to serve as U.S. ambassador to Japan, reveal that she could be worth as much as $500 million.

Back in 2008, Kennedy refused to release financial information during her bid to take over Hillary Clinton’s Senate seat, and eventually withdrew her request for then-Gov. David Paterson‘s appointment.

But after Obama’s July 24 nomination of Kennedy, she filed paperwork indicating her substantial wealth, the New York Post reported.

“She’s very rich, probably worth between $250 million and $500 million,” one attorney who reviewed the documents told the Post.

“From the figures, it looks like she earns between $12 million and $30 million a year from her trust and from her investments.”

She also earns nearly $1 million a year from speaking engagements and book royalties.

Kennedy has said she will step down from her roles with the Institute of Politics at Harvard, the Kennedy Library Foundation, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and her husband’s Edwin Schlossberg Foundation if she is confirmed.

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By Jim Meyers

3 Things You Must Activate in Your Life.


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Have you taken a good look in the mirror lately? (Stock Free Images)

Ever wonder what’s most important to God when it comes to your character? The following are very critical to your character development.

1. Your Thoughts

“As a man thinks in his heart, so is he.” —Solomon

The battlefield is in your mind. Your thoughts are powerful. In fact, God can do nothing in you beyond your belief system. Everything is possible for the man who believes.

We often establish fences that keep us out of areas of the unknown. For example, science in the past said that man was incapable of breaking the 4-minute mile. That was until May 6, 1954, when Roger Bannister ran a mile in 3 minutes, 59.4 seconds. Today, thousands run under the 4-minute barrier. One man broke the barrier of a universally held belief system.

Two very important questions that you should consider:

  • What are you doing today that you once thought was impossible?
  • What are you not doing today because you think it is impossible?

2. Your Words

“From the fruit of his lips a man enjoys good things.” —Solomon

Men love to talk about the things they are passionate about. Yet very few men understand the gravity of their words. Your words have power. Your words reveal your secrets. If you don’t understand this powerful truth, consider the impact of the words that you speak to your wife and children. Your words literally mold them into what you say over them.

Two very important questions that you should consider:

  • What words do I exclude from my vocabulary?
  • What words will I include in my vocabulary?

3. Your Relationships

“The man who walks with wise men becomes wise himself.” —Solomon

Relationships are about proximity. You should know who is in your “success zone.” What books are you currently reading? What television shows are you entertained by? What conversations are you involved in? What jokes do you listen to?

I’m a private person, yet I have very transparent conversations. Those with whom I dialogue know that I am very open to discuss matters but that I am also very selective in what I will say. I’ve learned that proximity governs most of my life.

I was speaking with a man concerning the unfaithfulness of a mutual friend. I said, “I don’t understand how a man allows the proximity of a woman to enter his life for him to cross the line for adultery.” Somehow, the man opened his life for the relationship.

Two very important questions that you should consider:

  • Who is currently in my life that I should avoid?
  • Who is not in my life that I should invite?

FivestarMan was founded in 2008 by Neil KennedyKennedy has passionately promoted God’s Word for 25-plus years of ministry. He is known for practically applying biblical principles that elevate people to a new level of living. As a business, church, ministry and life consultant, Kennedy has helped others strategize the necessary steps to reach their full potential.

For the original article, visit fivestarman.com.

Source: CHARISMA MAGAZINE/ NEW MAN.

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Former CIA Analyst: Oswald Linked to Cuban Intelligence Before JFK Assassination.


Lee Harvey Oswald had closer ties to Cuba‘s intelligence agency in the months before his fatal shooting of John F. Kennedy than previously known, according to a new book by a former CIA analyst.

Furthermore, the CIA lied about its knowledge of those ties to the Warren Commission that was tasked with investigating the crime, according to Brian Latell, the CIA’s national intelligence officer for Latin America from 1990 to 1994 and author of the book “Castro’s Secrets: Cuban Intelligence, the CIA, & the Assassination of John F. Kennedy,” due out on July 9.

Cuba also hid what it knew about Oswald, writes Latell, citing a CIA wiretap of a conversation between two Cuban secret service agents he uncovered in declassified archives.

“I am now convinced that Oswald was engaged with the Cubans,” Latell told Reuters.

While he is careful not to suggest Oswald killed Kennedy on instructions from Havana, Latell says the new evidence confirms a widely held belief that Oswald was motivated to kill Kennedy by a fervent desire to impress Cuban leader Fidel Castro.

“I’m convinced he wanted to defect to Cuba,” Latell said. “He loved Cuba and Castro, and wanted to join the revolution.”

Latell’s book, which is a revised edition of an earlier work on Cuban intelligence published last year, is based on new pieces to the puzzle uncovered from several sources, including the unpublished memoirs of Thomas Mann, the U.S. ambassador to Mexico at the time of the assassination, as well as an interview with a former Cuban intelligence agent and declassified government documents.

Seven weeks before Kennedy’s assassination on Nov. 22, 1963, Oswald famously traveled to Mexico City by bus hoping to obtain a visa from the Cuban embassy there to visit Havana. Cuba denied him a visa, but the bus trip, and Oswald’s known communist sympathies, have long generated suspicion of Cuban involvement in Kennedy’s death, although no hard evidence has ever been found.

“What he did during most of the time he spent in the Mexican capital remains perhaps the most important unsolved mystery of the Kennedy assassination,” writes Latell, who spent much of his career at the CIA working on Cuba.

U.S. officials never admitted the full extent of what they knew, fearing perhaps they would face public pressure to retaliate against Cuba if greater evidence of a Cuban link became known, Latell argues.

Mann learned shortly after Kennedy’s death that Oswald had stayed at the Hotel del Comercio in Mexico City, known by the CIA to be a haven for Cuban spies in Mexico working for the DGI, Havana’s national intelligence agency, closely run by Castro.

Mann learned this information at the time from the CIA station chief in Mexico, according to his memoirs, written in 1982. But when he raised it with his superiors in Washington, Mann was silenced by the State Department and told to cease his inquiries about Oswald’s stay in Mexico.

Mann was furious and objected, but did as he was told. “In the week after the assassination Mann was convinced Cuba was involved. He was convinced Oswald was working for the Cubans at the hotel,” Latell said.

“He started getting very aggressive and upsetting apple carts in Washington.”

Mann, who died in 1999, was reposted out of Mexico barely a month after the Kennedy assassination.

During its investigation of the crime in 1964, the Warren Commission was curious about the Mexico trip. But when the commission traveled to Cuba and asked about Oswald’s hotel stay, the CIA hid its knowledge about goings on at the hotel, according to Latell.

The Warren Commission later declared that it found no evidence of Cuban government involvement in a conspiracy to kill Kennedy.

In his research on Cuban intelligence Latell also discovered records of a CIA wiretap of a phone conversation between two DGI officials in Mexico and Havana shortly after the assassination in which they discussed the events in Dallas. One of them remarked how interesting it was that Oswald had wanted to fight for the revolution. How could they have known that, Latell asks, unless the DGI already had a file on him?

Latell suspects Cuba was aware of him as far as 1959 when Oswald first sought contact with Cuban officials at the Cuban consulate in Los Angeles.

Castro has always asserted that Oswald was totally unknown to Cuban authorities. Latell and others find that hard to believe, citing reports that after being denied a visa in Mexico, Oswald shouted, “I’m going to kill Kennedy,” in the street outside the Cuban consulate.

“We thought that was incriminating of Oswald,” said Notre Dame law professor G. Robert Blakey, former chief counsel to the 1977 House of Representatives Select Committee on Assassinations, which re-examined the evidence in Kennedy’s death.

Castro was asked about Oswald’s shouted threat, but denied any knowledge of it.

“We found that it did happen and he lied about it,” said Blakey, adding that the motive of Oswald’s Mexico trip remains unclear as Latell’s book does not reveal exactly what occurred in the Hotel del Comercio.

Latell also cites an interview with a former Cuban agent tasked with monitoring U.S. communications, who said that on the day of the assassination he was ordered to stop all CIA tracking efforts and redirect his antennae toward Texas.

“Castro knew Kennedy was to be fired upon,” Latell says the agent told him.

U.S. officials covered up these vital clues because they were concerned about the consequences if a Cuban connection was publicized, Latell argues.

“Had it been known it could have triggered an invasion of Cuba,” he said. Kennedy’s successor, Lyndon Johnson, “didn’t want that” so soon after the missile crisis that had brought the United States and the Soviet Union to the brink of nuclear war barely a year earlier.

“They went nose to nose before and they didn’t want to do it again,” Latell says.

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Source: NEWSmax.com

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