April 19th, 2014
Join the highly successful (and controversial) Conservative writer and talk show host, Barry Secrest, and Exo-Government expert, Lee Daniel for a no-holds barred political, religious, paranormal discussion where anything goes!
Today's topics include:
- A stunning Conversation between CR extreme's Lee Daniel & a well-known source within the DHS, who wishes to remain anonymous, concerning the US and its place within the New World Order
- Prophetic minister, John Langford, to CR eXtreme, "We're only seeing the tip of the iceberg and the evil coming out"
April 19th, 2014
- Satellite in the atmosphere was accessed using Apple's satellite map app
- Shows a creature swimming below the surface of the world famous loch
- Location just south of Dores - only be viewed on some iPads and iPhones
- Creature in the water is about 50ft in length - half the size of a blue whale
So large that it can be seen from space, it is enough to send shockwaves through even the most cynical Nessie sceptic.
This shadowy form measuring around 100ft long and seemingly with two giant flippers powering it through the waters of Loch Ness was photographed by a satellite.
For six months the image has been studied by experts at the Official Loch Ness Monster Fan Club, where excitement is mounting after various explanations for it were ruled out... leaving them to conclude it is ‘likely’ to be the elusive beast.Club president Gary Campbell, who keeps a register of sightings, said: ‘We’ve been looking at it for a long time trying to work out exactly what it is.
‘It looks like a boat wake, but the boat is missing. You can see some boats moored at the shore, but there isn’t one here. We’ve shown it to boat experts and they don’t know what it is.
‘Whatever this is, it is under the water and heading south, so unless there have been secret submarine trials going on in the loch, the size of the object would make it likely to be Nessie.’
He said other ‘logical’ explanations – such as a floating log or a seal causing ripples – could not be used to account for the imposing shape either.
The image has ended a recent drought in ‘confirmed sightings’ of the creature. In February Mr Campbell announced that no one had come forward in the previous 18 months to say they had seen Nessie – the first time since 1925 this had happened.
The club was alerted to the new image by two people who noticed it at the end of last year on satellite pictures used by Apple for its smartphone maps.
One of the spotters, Andrew Dixon, 26, a charity worker for the Great North Air Ambulance, from Darlington, County Durham, said: ‘It was a total fluke that I found it. I was looking at satellite images of my town and then just thought I’d have a look at Loch Ness.
‘The first thing that came into my head when I saw it was, “That’s the Loch Ness Monster”. It was the shape of it, I thought it had to be something more than a shadow.
‘It was exciting. I’ve never been to Loch Ness but I’m always interested in that sort of stuff.’
Peter Thain, from Newbiggin by the Sea, Northumberland, also came across the same image through Apple’s satellite map app. Both he and Mr Dixon forwarded the image to the club.
Mr Campbell, 49, a chartered accountant who lives in Inverness, said: ‘Now that we have spies in the skies above Loch Ness, maybe we will get more sightings which will whet the appetite of more down to earth Nessie hunters to come north.
‘Furthermore, the use of satellite technology means that if Nessie is just swimming below the surface like in this case, we can still pick her up.’
He added: ‘Last year was the first time in almost 90 years that Nessie wasn’t seen at all. After Nessie “going missing” for 18 months, it’s great to see her back.’
Despite the club’s claim, however, another explanation for the shape seen in the image could simply be underwater currents in the loch.
April 18th, 2014
By Barry Secrest
A Cincinnati school teacher has been fired over controversial remarks concerning the Barack Obama presidency.
When a student reported the teacher to school officials for the cited offense, the teacher whose name is Gil Voigt, told officials that the student's account of the exchange was in error. Voigt indicated that what he had actually told the student was "that he doesn't think the nation can afford another president like Barack Obama, whether he's black or white."
According to the student's account, who is black, Voigt had told him "the nation didn't need another black commander in chief," after the student made his desire known to be president.
According to the The Cincinnati Enquirer, "the Fairfield Board of Education voted 4-0 on Thursday night to fire science teacher Gil Voigt from Fairfield Freshman School:
"The district felt that the evidence was sufficient to support the termination of Mr. Voigt's employment," Superintendent Paul Otten said in statement.
School officials who conducted an investigation into the events, surprisingly chose to accept the student's account of events, rather than the teacher's, while indicating that Voigt's recall of events were not credible. However, there were no secondary eyewitness accounts lending support to either the teacher's or his student's argument, according to existing information on the exchange between the two.
Voigt did not return return calls seeking comment Friday, but maintains that the student completely misquoted him, while noting that Voigt had been employed by the school district since the year 2000. The school board, however, did release a statement in defense of their position and alleged past offenses:
"Voigt repeatedly engaged in conduct that is harmful to the well-being of his students," the state referee wrote in an April 11 report given to the board of education. "He has made race-based, culturally based and insulting comments to students over a period of years. He was warned on multiple occasions that if his behavior continued that he would be subject to termination. Unfortunately, for both Voigt and his students, he did not alter his conduct."
Voigt has been on forced unpaid suspension since December, when the student's parents initially reported the student's account of events, to officials.
The Associated Press contributed to this article
April 17th, 2014
April 17th, 2014
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he believes the supporters who rallied around Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy in his fight against the federal government are “domestic terrorists” and Bundy does not respect his country.
The Las Vegas Journal-Review reported that Reid, D-Nev., made the comments at an event Thursday hosted by the paper called “Hashtags & Headlines.”
Federal land managers backed down in a weekend standoff with Bundy after hundreds of states' rights protesters, including armed militia members, showed up to protest federal officials seizing his cattle. Some protesters had their guns drawn and pointed toward law enforcement, some of whom were also armed. But ultimately, no shots were fired and the Bureau of Land Management reported that officials left over safety concerns.
Reid had harsh words for these supporters, saying the government cannot stop pursuing the issue.
“They’re nothing more than domestic terrorists,” Reid said, according to the paper. “I repeat: what happened there was domestic terrorism.”
Reid said he has been told a federal task force is being set up to deal with the Bundy situation, adding Bundy does not respect the U.S. or its laws.
“Clive Bundy does not recognize the United States,” Reid said. “The United States, he says, is a foreign government. He doesn’t pay his taxes. He doesn’t pay his fees. And he doesn’t follow the law. He continues to thumb his nose at authority.”
Reid also suggested the supporters were dangerous to the community.
“They had sniper rifles in the freeway. They had weapons, automatic weapons. They had children lined up. They wanted to make sure they got hurt first … What if others tried the same thing?” he said.
Bundy has been at odds for years with the feds, who say he owes more than $1.1 million in unpaid grazing fees. BLM long ago revoked Bundy's grazing rights on that land after citing concern for a federally protected tortoise. Bundy, though, claimed ancestral rights to the land his family settled in the 19th century and has refused to pay the fees or remove his animals.