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By Mac Slavo –

For nearly two decades alternative media has warned of government internment camps where citizens would be disappeared, detained and tortured with no regard for their rights. For nearly two decades the notion has been dismissed by the general population as just another conspiracy theory.

But a new report out of Chicago suggests that not only are such facilities real, they have now been actively integrated into the nation’s law enforcement apparatus.

The Chicago police department operates an off-the-books interrogation compound, rendering Americans unable to be found by family or attorneys while locked inside what lawyers say is the domestic equivalent of a CIA black site.

The facility, a nondescript warehouse on Chicago’s west side known as Homan Square, has long been the scene of secretive work by special police units. Interviews with local attorneys and one protester who spent the better part of a day shackled in Homan Square describe operations that deny access to basic constitutional rights.

“Homan Square is definitely an unusual place,” Church told the Guardian on Friday. “It brings to mind the interrogation facilities they use in the Middle East. The CIA calls them black sites. It’s a domestic black site. When you go in, no one knows what’s happened to you.”

Source: The Guardian

According to those who have been detained at the site against their will and absent their natural and constitutional rights, the Chicago facility is exactly what you might expect from a government run internment and detention center.

  • Family members and attorneys are unable to locate a detainee because those arrested and sent to the black site are never entered into booking databases. They are simply “disappeared.”
  • Detainees are beaten by police in what can only be described as torture.
  • Access to phone calls and judges are restricted so once you are in there is no way to call for help to let anyone know you are there
  • Attorneys are denied access because the site has been deemed a high security facility
  • People are regular shackled for extended periods of time

Keep in mind that the people in these facilities, because they are never sent through proper booking channels, are being held without charge or trial, a gross violation of the U.S. Constitution.

We’ve previously warned that these are exactly the kind of scenarios that would result from anti-terrorism legislation like The Patriot Act and the National Defense Authorization Act.

On December 5th [2011], ahead of Congressional voting, Senator Rand Paul warned that the new legislation would allow the government to detain American citizens under terrorism laws without evidence, charge or trial. Specifically, Paul cited the government’s own broad definitions and characterizations for domestic terrorism or suspicious activity as involving those who, among other things, own guns, ammunition or store food.

The very fact that this bill was ever penned and allowed to get as far as it has gotten in our Constitutional Republic is cause for concern. A glimmer of hope existed for a few weeks when the President claimed he would veto it if it came to his desk. As has been the case throughout this administration’s term, however, our hope was for naught. Someone, somewhere needs this legislation to pass. To what end we can only speculate.

In the following video Senator Rand Paul sounded an eerie warning. As has been proven with the Chicago black site, his warnings have now come to pass:

Know good and well that someday there could be a government in power that is shipping its citizens off for disagreements.

Do you want to have your government have the ability to send you to Guantanamo Bay for indefinite detention?

…As a suspect. We’re not talking about someone who has been tried and found guilty. We’re talking about someone suspected of activities.

Rand Paul, Ron Paul and scores of Americans who repeatedly warned about this were designated as having gone off the reservation.

It’s not so far out of the sphere of possibility now, is it?

Given the recent activities of government with regards to stockpiling weapons of war, ammunition, body armor, riot gear, and armored vehicles, one can’t but help to think that they are planning on something serious taking place in America.

Evidence for the existence of black sites, known up until this point as government run internment camps, or FEMA camps, has been presented to the public for years with little interest. And chances are that the majority of the public will likely brush this report off as a non-issue, just as they have done before.

But make no mistake. This site and others like it are real. And one day, should the government be allowed to continue with such operations, it may well be you or your family members that get detained and disappeared.

And when we say disappeared, we mean disappeared:

“It’s sort of an open secret among attorneys that regularly make police station visits, this place – if you can’t find a client in the system, odds are they’re there,” said Chicago lawyer Julia Bartmes.

This is America, 2015.

This article first appeared at Shock Report: Domestic Black Sites Now Operational: “When You Go In, No One Knows What’s Happened To You”


By Mac Slavo –

Some say that the mysterious granite structures in Elbert County, Georgia were put there by members of the sustainable development movement. Others say they’re guidelines for the what the elite members of society plan to do with the world in the near future. Wherever they came from, the Georgia Guidestones as they are called, have been the topic of much controversy and conspiracy theory over the last 35 years.

Originally built in 1979 by an unknown individual, the Guidestones outline ten principles, or guidelines, for how humanity is supposed to live and be governed on planet Earth.

For those who believe that the Guidestones may be a warning of globalization and a coming New World Order, the very first message may be the most controversial. “Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature,” it reads, leaving many wondering if the stones’ messages are merely suggestions, or perhaps something more sinister. The other guidelines don’t fair much better, with several calling for a centralized global governing body, a world court, and a unified social order.

That no one knows who built the stones or why is in and of itself a mystery for the ages. But now, according to reports from individuals who recently visited the Stones, they have been updated with a new message, perhaps even more cryptic than the stones themselves. Apparently, without much fanfare, a new corner stone has been added  and it depicts the number “2014.”

guidestones1(Pictured: Georgia Guidestones with recent update circled. Source: Philosopher’s Stone)

The slab that was updated with the “2014″ has the guidelines written in English on one side and Spanish on the other:


guidestones-2014(Note: This image has been enhanced with brightness for easier viewing)


(Video Via Truthstream Media)

The 10 Principles of the Georgia Guidestones:

  1. Maintain humanity under 500,000,000 in perpetual balance with nature.
  2. Guide reproduction wisely — improving fitness and diversity.
  3. Unite humanity with a living new language.
  4. Rule passion — faith — tradition — and all things with tempered reason.
  5. Protect people and nations with fair laws and just courts.
  6. Let all nations rule internally resolving external disputes in a world court.
  7. Avoid petty laws and useless officials.
  8. Balance personal rights with social duties.
  9. Prize truth — beauty — love — seeking harmony with the infinite.
  10. Be not a cancer on the earth — Leave room for nature — Leave room for nature.


Naturally, conspiracy theories about who put the newly discoverted corner piece on the Guidestones abound.

If this is someone playing a joke, then they’ve certainly gotten everyone’s attention.

But, if it has been placed by the same person or organization who commissioned the Stones to begin with, then it’s quite possible that we are on the cusp of massive changes coming to the world starting this year.

To achieve success with even the first principle would require quite an event. In fact, other than a global nuclear war or natural catastrophe of biblical proportions, there’s not much that can reduce the human population from it’s current 7.2 billion people to 500 million in the span of the next few months.

But, that doesn’t mean the “2014″ message is meaningless. Assuming elite insider Lindsey Williams is correct in his suggestion that the elite or Illuminati often telegraph their intentions, and that the Guidestones were built by these shadow elite individuals or conglomerates, could it be that this year is the beginning of whatever agenda they purport to foretell?

Is this merely a hoax? Or has the convergence to a New World Order begun?

This article first appeared at Guiding Principle: Maintain Humanity Under 500 Million… Starting in 2014?



Do you believe in Conspiracy Theories? When you read that question I imagine that you had one of two distinct reactions. One reaction could have been positive as in ‘Sure I believe in conspiracies or some of them anyway’. The opposite reaction and judging from a lot of news outlets would be negative or something along the lines of ‘only lunatics believe in conspiracy theories’. For years I have wondered why conspiracies were something that “smart” people simply couldn’t believe at best. At worst, some reacted almost violently to the suggestion that anything secret could have happened. Furthermore, anyone who was dumb enough to believe in conspiracies was mocked, laughed at and generally discounted. An opinion or belief that ran counter to what the enlightened believed, was the height of stupidity.

Where did this come from and when did it become “stupid” to investigate? When did we all decide it was crazy to question the official story when the facts didn’t make sense? In order to find out what the problem with conspiracy theories is, I decided to look up the definition of conspiracy just to set a level playing field. The definition below is from



  1. the act of conspiring.

  2. an evil, unlawful, treacherous, or surreptitious plan formulated in secret by two or more persons; plot.

  3. a combination of persons for a secret, unlawful, or evil purpose: He joined the conspiracy to overthrow the government.

  4. Law. An agreement by two or more persons to commit a crime, fraud, or other wrongful act.


That seems pretty straight forward right? A conspiracy is simply a secret plan to do something illegal or bad. If we can agree on that, I want to also look up the definition of conspiracy theory because it is very different at least according to


Conspiracy theory

  1. A theory that explains an event as being the result of a plot by a covert group or organization; a belief that a particular unexplained event was caused by such a group.

  2. The idea that many important political events or economic and social trends are the products of secret plots that are largely unknown to the general public.

So the not so subtle difference here between conspiracy and conspiracy theory should only be the theory part, correct? The word conspiracy should stay the same and that is an act committed in secrecy and usually that secretive act is illegal or evil. There aren’t too many secretive acts of loving kindness that we get all upset about.

There are a lot of theories about the murals painted in the Denver Airport.

To me, you add theory in there and that should only clarify that there is a belief or hypothetical scenario that someone conspired to keep something illegal a secret. According to however, the addition of theory seems to discount there was ever a conspiracy in the first place and starts moving to “political events”, “economic and social trends” and my personal favorite “secret plots”. The implication to me is that none of these things can be influenced in secret by bad people to do bad things.

Why is an idea that people dispute called a Conspiracy Theory?

My wife and I play this game from time to time about conspiracies. She is definitely the more level headed of the two of us. She does her research and likes to see both sides of a story usually. I on the other hand go with my gut almost every time. I am willing to be proven wrong though and I don’t think I am blind to overwhelming evidence to the contrary of my current opinion. With conspiracies or what we commonly refer to as conspiracies now, there doesn’t always seem to be much evidence to point to. Any belief to the contrary is countered mainly with logic arguments. “It just doesn’t make any sense that they would try to blow up a plane”. The one my wife likes to throw out frequently is that it would be impossible for the government to do anything in secret. Actually, it goes further than that. She believes that almost nothing is able to be kept secret for very long if at all and if anything secretive or illegal would have happened, we would have heard about it by now. If I bring up anything close to a conspiracy theory she wants facts and proof. When I can’t provide either in sufficient detail then what I believe is discounted and the more public or common explanation is usually what she believes. Not always, but more often than not. She has come a long way in recent years if that tells you anything about the nature of things happening in our world now and can see sinister motives behind events more easily than before. She has not gone completely over to my side, but she doesn’t discount theories immediately anymore.

The term Conspiracy Theory is used commonly now to imply that detractor’s opinions and in some cases even compelling evidence to the official story they have zero basis in fact. Just the simple act of having a different opinion on what possibly might have happened could be all the cause that some people need to discount you and think you are an idiot. Take Benghazi and the recent news of a House Committee being formed to investigate what happened to 4 Americans in 2012. The White House has said that anyone who believes anything other than their story of that night in September is engaging in Conspiracy Theory. To me, this is the same as saying if you don’t believe what I am telling you, you are a kook. What happened to “Question Everything”? What happened to critical thinking? Why are we stupid if we don’t believe everything we are told?

At least that is how I take it. Let’s take just a few of the big ones. How about the assassination of JFK? If you think for a second that there is something odd with details around this historic event and how it was carried out solely by Lee Harvey Oswald, you are a conspiracy theorist. By calling you a conspiracy theorist, the person talking about you is trying to say that you are completely wrong and may have a mental deficiency or that you are trying to infer something secretive and illegal was planned.

Another juicy one is Building 7 of the World Trade Center. If you wonder how a building that wasn’t even hit by a plane came down on the same day in the same exact fashion as two buildings that were, you aren’t being inquisitive. You are a nut-job that needs to shut-up. Never mind the fact that fire, the stated reason for the building’s collapse doesn’t seem to make any other steel buildings collapse like a pancake in a few hours, you aren’t supposed to ask any questions about that. What is wrong with asking questions and why does the simple act of asking questions elicit such a knee-jerk response from some people. Rather than intelligently debate and discuss, the insults come out and the conversation has to shut down. Nothing to see here, move along weirdo!

Do you really believe that nobody ever does anything bad or tries to keep secrets?

So, those two were probably more inflammatory than other things that fall into the realm of Conspiracy Theory. According to the Journal of American Medical Association though if you believe even proven facts you are a Conspiracy Theorist, which you know means you are an idiot.

Just this year, JAMA conducted a study and found that 50% of people are conspiracy theorists. For example, one question on the survey was whether or not you believe the following: “Health officials know that cell phones cause cancer but are doing nothing to stop it because large corporations won’t let them.” This question has several parts though. Do you believe that cell phones cause cancer? Do you believe that if they do, health officials know about it? If they know about it do you think they are doing nothing? If they are doing nothing, why? Does the combination of all these questions or your belief that together they make a conspiracy change any of the individual facts? Why is this a conspiracy when studies have shown a link between cell phones and cancer?

Another question was do you believe that “Doctors and the government still want to vaccinate children even though they know these vaccines cause autism and other psychological disorders”. Again, if you believe this is true you are a Conspiracy Theorist even though the CDC’s own website states that vaccines like DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, and acellular Pertussis) have as a potential side effect “Permanent Brain Damage”. Brain damage is a pretty substantial psychological disorder isn’t it? The CDC is our government by the way and you can clearly read on the inserts with the vaccine what the potential side effects are.

I could go on and on and I bet there are people out there who will refute anything I say with evidence they pose to the contrary and that is perfectly fine. We should debate things like what is causing cancer, why our Ambassador and Navy Seals were killed? We should ask questions about our President being assassinated. What is wrong with asking questions? We are still asking questions to this day about the pyramids. We still investigate the cosmos, other planets and the human gene. Why is it not OK to stop asking questions when it comes to science but in other realms of life continuing to explore, to dig further or not accept the consensus is a sign of a mental issue?

If you are one of those people who are quick to think any alternate explanation to any event is crazy I would just ask you to stop and consider that maybe you don’t have all the facts either. Maybe what you are being told isn’t the truth. Maybe people lie when they don’t want to get in trouble and yes, maybe there are things that people are trying to keep secret. Being curious about a subject isn’t crazy, blindly believing anything you are told without question sure comes close though.

This information has been made available by The Prepper Journal: When Did Conspiracy Theory Become A Bad Word?


By Mac Slavo

If you have ever questioned the official narrative for the September 11th attacks then you have, without a doubt, been dubbed a conspiracy nut by the establishment media and those who hang on their every word.

Like the Warren Commission report on the JFK assassination, the 9/11 Report assembled by a Congressional investigation is unraveling and being revealed for what it really is – nothing more than a cover story.

This is no longer a conspiracy theory… it’s conspiracy fact.

After the 9/11 attacks, the public was told al Qaeda acted alone, with no state sponsors.

But the White House never let it see an entire section of Congress’ investigative report on 9/11 dealing with “specific sources of foreign support” for the 19 hijackers, 15 of whom were Saudi nationals.

It was kept secret and remains so today.

President Bush inexplicably censored 28 full pages of the 800-page report. Text isn’t just blacked-out here and there in this critical-yet-missing middle section. The pages are completely blank, except for dotted lines where an estimated 7,200 words once stood

A pair of lawmakers who recently read the redacted portion say they are “absolutely shocked” at the level of foreign state involvement in the attacks.

Some information already has leaked from the classified section, which is based on both CIA and FBI documents, and it points back to Saudi Arabia, a presumed ally.

The Saudis deny any role in 9/11, but the CIA in one memo reportedly found “incontrovertible evidence” that Saudi government officials — not just wealthy Saudi hardliners, but high-level diplomats and intelligence officers employed by the kingdom — helped the hijackers both financially and logistically. The intelligence files cited in the report directly implicate the Saudi embassy in Washington and consulate in Los Angeles in the attacks, making 9/11 not just an act of terrorism, but an act of war.

The New York Post investigation reveals that Saudi agents, officials and operatives in Virginia, Florida, California and D.C. provided direct support by way funding or intelligence to those involved in bringing down the towers.

Karl Denninger at the Market Ticker succinctly argues that this was, in fact, an act of war:

It’s obvious given what happened, the logistical and funding requirements and where the hijackers came from along with inexplicable actions immediately following the attacks – unless our government explicitly let certain people flee.

Yet we went to war in Iraq and Afghanistan while helping the Saudis — the very people who attacked us.

And Obama, to this day, kisses the Saudi King.

Over three thousands Americans are dead – yet President Obama bows to Saudi King Abdullah, whose government had direct ties to 9/11 hijackers:

It makes a very convincing case that the Saudi Government was involved in an act of war against the United States.  Not simply terrorism — remember, the Pentagon, a military target, was one of the locations hit.  The other intended target for the plane that went down in PA was the Capitol.

You awake yet America?

You damn well should be.

It’s about damn time that the mainstream media started talking about this — you’re only a decade late, *******s.  And no, people like myself who have been saying this all along are not nuts.  

We’re right.

In addition to this startling, yet unsurprising, revelation is even more evidence that those within the Saudi government knew what was coming. Somebody made a ton of money shorting airline stocks by positioning themselves for stock prices to crash in the aftermath of 9/11 and according to Infowars, that may well have been the Chief of Saudi Intelligence and other government officials. Moreover, after all flights within the continental United States were grounded there was one – just one – airplane that was allowed to fly over U.S. soil to, you guessed it, Saudi Arabia. On board that plane were – and this has been confirmed by an official Freedom of Information request – the members of Osama Bin Laden’s extended family.

And these are but a few of the hundreds of inconsistencies surrounding the September 11th, 2001 attacks.

As it turns out, the “conspiracy theorists” are the ones who accurately detailed the series of events and those involved in the attacks. The “official story” itself, it seems, is the “conspiracy theory.”

They’ve spent hundreds of billions of dollars on securing the United States and preventing another act of terror on U.S. soil. They’ve turned their massive surveillance infrastructure inwards on the American people under the pretext of preserving our safety. They’ve identified hundreds of thousands of Americans and included them on watch lists that restrict their travel or flag them as potential threats to national security.

Yet the real threat, the one that has been validated by scores of reports and investigations, is being redacted and ignored by our government.

We know that there is more to 9/11 than the official story.

It doesn’t just involve the Saudis. America’s air defense, for example, were seemingly disarmed minutes before the attack occurred. Moreover, intelligence agents from Israel were reportedly spotted in New York on the day of, arrested by NYPD, and then released under suspicious circumstances.

All of this is highly suspect, especially that a mainstream news source like the New York Post would start releasing these details to the general public. As with 9/11, most people couldn’t make sense of it or why. A decade on we have a better perspective because we’ve seen the implementation of initiatives all across America as a result of what happened that day.

Call it a conspiracy, call it whatever you like, but look around.

If they lied – yes, lied – about the assassination of a President of the United States, or about Benghazi, or Fast and Furious, or the benefits of new health care laws, then what else are they hiding from us?

How much do you trust your government?

How much do you trust the official narrative peddled by the establishment?

How much do you trust that the powers that be have our best interests at heart? –

Listen to Rosa Koire from the Post-Sustainability Institute talking about the United Nations Agenda 21 plans.

‘This is not conspiracy theory” she states. “This is conspiracy fact”.

Introduced by Glenn Beck, this eye opening video is a must see for anyone who wants to know how the government intends to implement Agenda 21 in the United States.

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By Mac Slavo

If you follow alternative news and share or discuss it with your friends, family and acquaintances, there is a strong possibility that you’ve been treated to rolling eyes, laughter and total disbelief.

Many of us have, for years, warned those closest to us about the over reach of government, the expansion of the surveillance state, globalization, and economic unsustainability. In the majority of instances, our diatribes, citations and impassioned arguments have likely fallen on deaf ears.

You’ve probably been called a doomer, conspiracy theorist or worse on numerous occasions.

Are you crazy?

Or is it possible that the majority of people in this country, even many of our loved ones, have become so enthralled with the paradigms of consumerism, government dependence and apathy that they are purposefully being ignorant of what’s happening around them in an attempt to remove themselves from reality?

The team at leading alternative news hub, which includes Rory, Peter and Sean, recently discussed this very phenomenon.

(Video below)

You can call me a Doomer, you can call me whatever you’d like. It really doesn’t matter. When I read a story… these are facts… how can you say that I’m a doomer? I’m just looking at reality.

This is unsustainable.

That is the reality. That’s not being a doomer to address that reality.

It’s being an informed, concerned citizen in a Republic that is quickly deteriorating and being an informed, educated citizen who realizes he, she, all of us must take some steps in an effort to protect our families for what is clearly coming.

Citing five recent headlines, SGT Report highlights how the real story can only be found in alternative media, while the mainstream simply sugarcoats it.

Was it the mainstream media that told us we were on the brink of a total collapse of our financial system? Or that the NSA was surveilling every American? Or that despite the promises made in Washington, unemployment would rise and tens of millions would be added to food stamp rolls? Or that the government was systematically locking down our country, militarizing our police departments and gutting our Constitution?

Yes – they told us. But by the time most Americans were made aware of it, it was already after the fact. They were, as always, a day late and a trillion dollars short.

Had you listened only to “legitimate” TV news sources, you’d likely have bought a new house, a new car, taken the kids to Disneyland and borrowed thousands of dollars in credit to fund your American dream.

Why? Because they told you everything was fine.

Had you been paying attention to reality, you would have known otherwise.

This is one to share with those who simply refuse to believe that there is more out there than they’re being told.

Watch SGT Report on Doomer News vs. Reality:

You can embrace the corporate mockingbird media’s half-truths and outright lies, or you can attempt to stay informed via proven alternative media sources whose trees continually bear fruit. It’s a case of “Doomer” news VS. Reality.

Keep up to date with reality news at SGT Report and don’t forget to tune in Saturdays 1pm to 2pm Eastern time for the SGT Report at Unbound Radio. –