The Meteor Was A CONSPIRACY?

By: Chris Delamo

February 18, 2013

Well, when I woke up on Friday morning to the news that a meteor had struck down in Russia, my entire worldview changed for a few seconds as I waited for the internet page to load with more details.  The headline “Meteor Slams Down in Russia!”—which was certainly tailored to attract as many viewers as possible to the article—had me coming to one dreadful conclusion:

“The asteroid that was supposed to miss Earth the same day, must have somehow been improperly calculated by the government workers over at NASA, and now Russia will have to deal with the essential nuclear fallout from the giant space rock.”

Big fuckin’ coincidence, huh?  You see, when I heard about the tiny meteor that crash-landed like a UFO in Roswell, my mind had been filled with the headlines from the day before:  “Giant Meteor ‘2012 DA14’ to Miss Earth by 17,000 miles”, or “Armageddon Asteroid narrowly misses Earth.”

That’s right: before the sonic-boom-blasting boulder that shattered countless windows in Russia on the morning of Friday, February 15th, 2013, the world was slightly worried about an even greater threat—a meteor that astronomers so aptly-named “2012 DA14”.  Menacing name, huh?  Well, according to the experts, this behemoth was going to narrowly miss Earth, so don’t worry concerned citizens, everything will be fine.

Oh, well, that’s a relief.  I submitted my worries to the officials at NASA, and put the “Armageddon meteor” out of my consciousness.

But wait a minute!  If the “Armageddon asteroid” was supposed to miss us, what the hell crash-landed in Russia a mere 12 hours before the major meteor was supposed to narrowly whizz past Earth?  I thought we were safe!  I thought we were told the truth! Continue reading


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Chris Dorner (LAPD Manhunt): Hero or Murderer?

Chris Dorner Rampage: Hero or Murderer?

By:  Chris Delamo

Chris Dorner: ex-LAPD cop on a murderous rampage, suspected of killing 3 people and injuring a few others.

A few days later, a shocking manifesto is released for the internet—and the world—to see.

In the manifesto, Chris lobs accusations of vast corruption within the LAPD, bringing into question Chris’s motives, as well as the frantic efforts by Los Angeles police to capture this man.

Yes, the LAPD has been frantic: On Thursday morning, February 11th, the LAPD opened fire on a blue pickup truck, only to quickly realize they’d just wounded two innocent women who were delivering newspapers.

This is not the only incident involving innocent citizens being harmed by the scrambling efforts of the LAPD.  Now, with a $1 million dollar reward on Chris’ head placed by the Los Angeles police, the obvious—almost desperate desire of the LAPD to capture this man brings into further question who the “good guys” truly are in all of this.

But that really is the fundamental question here:  Is Chris Dorner a hero, a murderer, or a bit of both? Continue reading