conspiracyguy His approach is to take conspiracy research from “theories” in the weak sense of rumors, conjectures and speculations to “theories” in the strong sense of empirically testable explanatory hypotheses. For an introduction to his work

May 18, 2017  

The Conspiracy Guy Show #25: NYT headlines today included "TRUMP APPEALED TO COMEY TO HALT INQUIRY OF FLYNN" and others including "Calls mount to hear more from Comey" and "Secrets President Bared to Russia Said to Come From Israeli Sources". But they do not take into account that Flynn had already been cleared by the FBI. The Washington Post had already reported on 23 January 2017, "FBI reviewed Flynn's calls with Russian ambassador but found nothing illicit". And we now have further confirmation that Seth Rich was the source of the DNC email leaks. There was no "Russian hacking", which was a meme fabricated out of whole cloth by John Podesta and Robbie Mook within 24 hoursof Hillary's concession speech to cover for her hopelessly inadequate campaign. The "secrets" that Trump allegedly disclosed, moreover, appear to have already been in the public domain and have been shared with Russia, where the relations between Bibi Netanyahu and Vladimir Putin are closer than those between Putin and Trump. The scandal is that the mainstream media are making so much with so little substance. Firing Comey has even doubled Trump's support among Republicans, where the idea of talking about impeachment on these slender bases qualifies as simply absurd. The death of Seth Rich for leaking the DNC emails has been accompanied by other mysterious deaths, including of John Jones, among the most respected international criminal attorneys in the UK, who had represetend Julian Assange; of Shawn Lucas, who had served a class-action lawsuit against the DNC on behalf of Bernie Sanders' supporters; and of UN official John Ashe, who "accidentally" crushed his throat while exercising a week before he was scheduled to testify against Bill and Hillary Clinton and the DNC. 

May 11, 2017  
The Conspiracy Guy Show #24: The dismissal of James Comey, FBI Director, who was conducting an investigation of alleged relations between the Trump administration and Russia, has set off a fire storm of controversy and attacks, most of which are not well founded. There was no Russian hacking where the DNC emails appear to have been transmitted to Julian Assange by Seth Rich, the IT guy for the DNC, who was disillusioned by its sabotaging of the Bernie Sanders' campaign, via Craig Murray, intel analyst, UK Ambassador, head of a college and friend of Julian Assange. We also know from the new book, SHATTERED (2017), about the doomed campaign of Hillary Clinton, that Robbie Mook and John Podesta fabricated--made up out of whole cloth--the Russian hacking meme to offer a pseudo-explanation for Hillary's mediocre campaign, which never caught on with the public. The election in France displays striking parallels, where allegations of Russian hacking were made at the end of the campaign and where the unconventional candidate, Marie Le Pen, was receiving a surge of support and threatened to upend the European Union by taking France out. So they took steps to insure that did not happen in France, damaging ballots for Le Pen before they were send out (which meant they could not be counted) and allowing Emmanual Macron voters to cast multiple ballots. But Trump has abandoned his base and recent developments confirm that he has undergone some kind of transgenderfication, because his policies today are just what we would have expected from Hillary.
May 4, 2017  

The Conspiracy Guy #23: Senate hearings involving questioning James Comey, Director of the FBI, about his reopening and then closing of the investigation of Hillary's email server combing with ongoing demonization of Russia for non-existent "hacking" of our election makes a farce of the Congress. As the new book, SHATTERED, has revealed, the "Russian hacking" meme was concocted by John Podesta and Robbie Mook less than 24 hours after Hillary's concession speech. There was no "Russian hacking"--and these ludicrous attacks on Russia for interfering in other nation's elections border on the absurd, given that the CIA has executed coups in more than 80 nations since its first in Iran in 1953. This utterly ridiculous political theater becomes more perilous when Russia and China, as Paul Craig Roberts explains, are now convinced that the US is planning a preemptive strike against Russia, especially because, under the UN Charter, one nation may attack another only if either it faces an imminent threat or it has Security Council approval. The administration has now warranted a first-strike by Russia that would be consistent with the UN Charter. We now confront threats to the existence of the world.