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Where do you guys get your daily news from?

Evidence for scientifically advanced Ancient civilizations?   

Is McDonalds actually food?

James Morcan’s rant against Holocaust Deniers  

Does the UK control the US? And did America ever achieve full independence from Britain?

Book of Genesis – not an original document?

Was 9/11 a false flag attack and ‘Inside Job’? 54% of you voted YES

The Queen’s position in modern Britain  

The Monster Study

Hollywood stars on Ormus  

The Untold History of The United States

The heroin connection  

Universal income

The multi-trillion dollar WW2 cover-up  

Finding (hiding) a cure for cancer

Other UFO theories  


The 2016 U.S. Presidential Election    

The overpopulation myth (part 1)

Bobby Kennedy – “RFK must die”  

Unit 731 – the Japanese Auschwitz

The MK-Ultra theory  

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Down here in Godzone (New Zealand) as Kiwis gear up for their next general election – from which a Right or Left government will most assuredly triumph – we are reminded how little real difference there is between the major parties.

Seems we are not alone. Young people the world over appear to be coming round to the idea it really doesn’t matter which politician or political party you vote for; and they’re catching on that it doesn’t even matter if you don’t vote because they have realized modern elections are just a way for the 1% to appease the 99% – a way to keep the masses in line by making them believe they’ve had their say, thereby perpetuating the lie that democracy continues.

Today’s young people…rejecting elections?

More and more young people have twigged that modern politics is all a big game. Perhaps this is because they’re more likely to source their information from the Internet, social media, alternative media and citizen journalists. They sense that leaders in power – be they presidents or prime ministers – are simply caretakers who serve a term or two before the next caretaker steps in to carry on with the charade.

The following excerpt from our conspiracy thriller The Ninth Orphan addresses this very issue:

Although political parties often seemed poles apart, in reality they all bowed to this higher order of power. Kentbridge had long since understood Democrats and Republicans were essentially the same party with different faces and that was why, no matter how many promises each leader made, significant change rarely transpired.

The question is, are today’s youth enlightened people or cynics who don’t respect the democracy their forefathers fought for?

We consider this in our non-fiction book THE ORPHAN CONSPIRACIES: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy. Here’s an excerpt:

Perhaps authors Dan Cassino and Yasemin Besen-Cassino answer that question in a roundabout way in their 2009 book Consuming Politics: Jon Stewart, Branding, and the Youth Vote in America. They say, “The political apathy of today’s youth can be seen largely as a result of this disengagement from the parties”.

The Cassino’s continue, “Different groups within the general category of young people are looking for different things within the political world, and won’t become engaged in politics until they see those things”.

Politicians would be well advised not to hold their breath for youth to engage in politics any time soon. Today’s youth are the first generation to have realized for real change to occur, it must happen on an individual level rather than at an administrative level.

As Hollywood star Mark Ruffalo told Luke Rudkowski, a young American social activist and founder of grassroots media organization We Are Change, in a 2011 interview, “It’s not going to happen from above. We are the change that we’re waiting for”.

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Actor Mark Ruffalo

Ruffalo continued, “Anything worth a damn that’s ever happened on behalf of the people has always come up from the people and forced itself onto the power above. And that’s the way it always is and that’s the way it’s always going to be”.

Hear, hear, Mr. Ruffalo.

Read more in The Orphan Conspiracies: 29 Conspiracy Theories from The Orphan Trilogy – available at:

A book that’s for the common people...the 99%.