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Nickelodeon’s Illuminati-Themed Show “House of Anubis” Hits America, Along with More Mind Control Content

Posted on Dec 29, 2010 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: Vigilant Citizen

Additional content by Kevin Hayden,

Nickelodeon’s hit show House of Anubis,  already airing in Belgium and Netherlands is due to air in the US for the first time in January 2011. An official trailer has been released and, boy oh boy, its hard to make things more obvious.

You’ve probably noticed:

Hiding one eye –  from what I understand, this character is under the control of the owner of the House of Anubis.

Some sort of occult secret society ritual. The person is about to throw up the Rocafella sign! But seriously, this handsign is used by some circles to open actual occult rituals.
Stylized All-Seeing Eye, derived from the Eye of Horus in the logo….although its about Anubis…the god of the Dead.

House of Anubis seems to be yet another show bathing today’s youth in a precise set of symbols – that are also found in their favorite music videos and movies.

Covering one eye is a long-used symbol of Illuminati mind control.  One eye = All Seeing Eye = Illuminati.  Other modern and pop-culture references include numerous former Disney girls, such as Belinda –

Christina Aguilera, former Disney girl, is no exception…

Here is a popular Russian pop band – Vintage. ...

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FEMA, the Video Game

Posted on Jun 21, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games


Legacy Interactive has announced plans to create a web-based game designed to teach kids how to prepare for hazards and emergencies.

Disaster Hero is being developed in conjunction with the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP), with funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and, in turn, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), under which FEMA operates. Due out sometime in 2011, the game promises to “focus on what to do before, during and after a disaster,” with an emphasis on “getting an emergency kit, having an emergency plan and being informed.”

ACEP President Dr. Angela Gardner added, “This project to develop an educational program for children using a game platform will be a unique approach to teaching kids to have an active role in home disaster planning.”

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Vertor: Torrent Search Engine Offers Screenshots, File Preview & More!

Posted on Jun 16, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: SheepTech


How frustrating can it be to wait for hours/days eagerly for your torrent download to complete, only to find out that the file you have downloaded is exactly NOT the one you are expecting? It just difficult to judge the content of a file by its name and size, since they can be faked easily.

Enter Vertor, a young torrent search engine that promise to check for downloadability, viruses, DRM and passwords for every torrent file listed. Besides, Vertor will also provide screenshots for movies and previews for songs to ensure that you are downloading the right media file.

20 seconds sample for audio file:
Music torrent file sample: Vertor

Screenshots for video file:
Screenshots for video torrent file: Vertor

Other basic information of the torrent file are listed as well, such as file name, category, number of seeders & leeches, file size, and the content of the torrent file.

Torrent content

Vertor might not have a beautiful design, but it definitely is one of the cleanest torrent search engine out there. There is no advertisements in any form (yet), as mentioned on their About us page.

The project is devoted to make bittorrent protocol even more popular, easy-to-use and reliable!


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Mario, Tetris and Link Attempt to Stop the BP Oil Spill

Posted on Jun 08, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: Adapted from Geekologie

It’s official: Mario is dead and it’s all BP’s fault. Somebody call Bowser and tell him he can keep the Princess, nobody’s coming for her. There, there, Toad, it’ll all be okay.

Well, actually no, it won’t be okay.  We’re ****’ed.

Poor Mario.


Link (from Zelda, duh!), Mario and Snake Eyes (from metal Gear Solid) take on BP and it’s mess!

I’ve always hated SpongeBob anyways.  Good riddance!

BP should take their own advice, maybe?...

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Survivor Producer’s Wife Found Dead in Mexican Sewer

Posted on Apr 08, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: Various

Survivor producer Bruce Beresford-Redman‘s wife Monica was found dead in Cancun after vacationing with her husband at the Moon Palace resort.

Her body was found today in a sewer after being reported missing on Tuesday. Bruce has now been detained as a suspect.  The cause of Monica’s death has yet to be determined. Bruce told the police on Tuesday that his wife left the hotel on Monday and never returned....

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Breakdown of Where Your News Comes From

Posted on Mar 31, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Truth is – Kevin Hayden

FOX – Fair and Balanced!  CNN – The Most Trusted Name in News!

Have you always thought that FOX News was some sort of “Republican / Conservative” supporter while CNN was the “Democrat / Liberal” channel?

I’ve long said that the Red vs. Blue mentality of America is what is really holding us back.  Is it our greatest problem?  Most certainly not, but it does contribute to the nonsense among us.  Ever since grade school, we are each indoctrinated into thinking we belong to the Blue Team or the Red Team.  The level that this is ingrained into us is only strengthened when we reach high school and college., begin to enter the business world or take on careers.  

We need to step away from the television and stop giving it such god-like powers.  FOX News and CNN do not care about you.  They are after ratings and viewer shares.  They are not reporting the actual news that effects you; instead they report the news that makes your heart beat.  The terror bulletins, celebrity news, etc. ...

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Russian Inventors Break New Ground in 360*, Fully-Immersed Virtual Reality Gaming & Combat Training

Posted on Feb 23, 2010 in - Geeks, Gadgets, & Gizmos, Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: RT News

Two Russian-born inventors have created the world’s first virtual reality sphere. The equipment, resembling a giant hamster ball, allows users to fully immerse themselves in a game’s environment like never before.

Virtusphere is the world’s first fully-immersive virtual reality locomotion simulator developed by the Latypov brothers, who now live in the US.

The gadget’s sensors and wireless receivers connect the gamer to what is going on inside the virtual action, while at the same time allowing 360-degree movement.

Virtusphere is 10-feet in diameter and lets a user of any size delve into any type of new reality, ranging from virtual tourism to complete presence inside any computer game.

The best activity is, for example, 10 spheres, and ten users inside the environment, and they will be able to interact with each other,” says Ray Latypov.

The sphere, which weighs almost 200 kg (440 lb) and entails a rather intensive workout, may also offer players a more physically-active way to spend time doing what they like.

However, the pleasure of owning Virtusphere comes at a price. Taking up to four hours to assemble, each one by hand, a set costs $35,000.


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Audi Commercial Helps Citizens Get Accustomed to an Eco-Fascist Police State

Posted on Feb 08, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: Infowars

Incandescent light bulbs, plastic bags, orange peels, Styrofoam coffee cups, Jacuzzi hot tubs — these are crimes against the environment, according to automaker Audi. On Sunday, during the Super Bowl gladiatorial event, Audi ran a series of ads depicting an eco Gestapo cracking down on citizens engaged in serious crimes against the environment.

One of the ads depicts a police checkpoint where the Fourth Amendment is wantonly violated. In the recent past, such illegal checkpoints were used to find drunk drivers. In Al Gore’s Brave New World, they will be used to search for criminals drinking out of plastic bottles.

The “lighthearted” ads are designed to send a strong message — there are green crimes and it is acceptable for government to respond in police state fashion.

Governments around the world have already established Green Cops. In the UK, the Green Gestapo have the authority to call on the Environmental Agency’s national network of hundreds of pollution inspectors. New York City’s Department of Environmental Conservation has a team of twenty officers called the “Green Police” and they have the authority to enforce environmental regulations and issue citations to environmental violators....

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Saints’ Super Bowl Win Most Watched Show in Television History

Posted on Feb 08, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: LA Times Blogs

Move over Hawkeye Pierce, looks like Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints just took your ratings crown along with the Super Bowl title.

A record 106.5 million people watched the Saints write a storybook ending to their dream season by beating the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 in Super Bowl XLIV on CBS, according to Nielsen.

That’s not only the biggest audience to date for the Super Bowl, but the biggest audience for a televised event ever — barely knocking off the finale of CBS’ “MASH,” which averaged almost 106 million viewers when it ran in 1983.

Of course, the television landscape has changed dramatically over the last 30 years. When the “MASH” finale ran in 1983, there were 83.3 million television homes; now there are almost 115 million television homes. One can spin that beating the record set by “MASH” was inevitable.

Though there may be more eyeballs available now than there were 27 years ago, there are also a lot more options for viewers, making the Super Bowl number more impressive. “MASH” played in the glory days of three broadcast networks....

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Avatar Banned in China

Posted on Jan 20, 2010 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: Yahoo

Avatar has become China’s most successful movie after making nearly £47 million, but that hasn’t stopped the country’s government pulling the film from some of its cinemas over fears that it could cause political unrest.

The China Film Group, which is run by the state, believes the plot of human colonists attempting to demolish an alien village for its resources steers too close to a very sensitive issue in China at the moment.

Millions of Chinese people have been evicted from their homes to make room for high rises and government infrastructure projects, reports The LA Times. Avatar’s success has also angered some Chinese officials, who fear the film’s popularity takes too much market share from their domestic films.

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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Xbox 360 Video Review

Posted on Nov 10, 2009 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Xbox 360 Review - Video Review   More Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Info Order your copy here and beat the crowd! (AND help support Truth is!) X Box 360 Version Playstation 3 Version PC Version   Source: IGN

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Uncle Sam’s Acid Test; The Men Who Stare at Goats

Posted on Nov 10, 2009 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

Source: Wired Dropping acid to boost the Pentagon’s psychic powers was just the start. The Men Who Stare At Goats, the upcoming movie based on Jon Ronson’s non-fiction book of the same name, has George Clooney and Jeff Bridges in a bizarre military research project involving astral projection, remote viewing, and LSD. But for the real dope on the Army’s narcotics and psychedelics tests, you have to turn to Dr. James S. Ketchum, who wrote a firsthand account of the military’s trials with these “incapacitating chemical agents.” The experimenters tried some of the substances themselves, including red oil, a highly-concentrated distillation of marijuana, which appeared to be highly effective (and not unpleasant) as an incapacitant. The military decided it was not powerful eno

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V Strikes Similar Chord to Obama Mania

Posted on Nov 04, 2009 in Movies, TV, & Video Games

By Glenn Garvin – McClatchy/Tribune News

November 3, 2009

Imagine this. At a time of political turmoil, a charismatic, telegenic new leader arrives virtually out of nowhere. He offers a message of hope and reconciliation based on compromise and promises to marshal technology for a better future that will include universal health care.

The news media swoons in admiration — one simpering anchorman even shouts at a reporter who asks a tough question: “Why don’t you show some respect?!” The public is likewise smitten, except for a few nut cases who circulate batty rumors on the Internet about the leader’s origins and intentions. The leader, undismayed, offers assurances that are soothing, if also just a tiny bit condescending: “Embracing change is never easy.”

So, does that sound like anyone you know? Oh, wait — did I mention the leader is secretly a totalitarian space lizard who’s come here to eat us?

Welcome to ABC’s “V,” the most fascinating and bound to be the most controversial new show of the fall television season. Nominally a rousing sci-fi space opera about alien invaders bent on the conquest (and digestion) of all humanity, it’s also a barbed commentary on Obamamania that will infuriate the president’s supporters and delight his detractors....

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Alex Jones’ New Movie: Fall of the Republic

Posted on Oct 23, 2009 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts, Movies, TV, & Video Games

Fall of the Republic So, Alex Jones' new movie has debuted, 'Fall of the Republic'.  I have not had a chance to watch it myself yet, so I will hold my comments for now.  He's had some decent movies in the past, but over the last few years I have found him to be rather troubling.  Those that know him and his site,, understand all too well what I mean.  You either love him or hate him, but I give credit where credit is due and he occasionally hits one outta the ballpark. I'm not calling this one a grand slam quite yet (let me watch it at least, eh?), but for YOUR viewing pleasure, I present you his latest film - Fall of the Republic. Let me know if it's any good, okay? Source: Fall Of The Republic documents how an offshore corporate cartel

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