Monday, December 11, 2017

Meet Koko's New Kittens

Koko got her birthday wish this July 4th — not only did one kitten come to visit, but a whole litter. Koko fell in love with one, and the other fell in love with her. Koko has adopted these two kittens into her family, and it has energized her world. Not only have Koko's maternal and play instincts kicked in, but she is signing more to her caregivers and generating new content everyday that can be used by The Gorilla Foundation to create empathy fro great apes. This can have significant benefits to both endangered free-living great apes and those in captive environments, by encouraging the development of 2-way communication with their caregivers (which Koko has had since she was a baby). The Gorilla Foundation is now working on a multimedia sequel to the classic book, "Koko's Kitten," which has already reached millions of children worldwide, and has the power to motivate millions more to learn how to make the world a better place for all of its conscious inhabitants. You can support The Gorilla Foundation mission of Conservation through Communication by visiting — thank you! PS: You can also watch a sequel to this video here:

Meet Koko's New Kittens

Thursday, November 16, 2017

Bigfoot, Infrasound, and the Supernatural Sasquatch

Bigfoot, Infrasound, and the Supernatural Sasquatch


Best Evidence for the Existence of Sasquatch - Forensic, Audio, Video, Photo, Statistical Data:

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Websites for The Skeptics on Myths, Urban Legends, False Beliefs, & Conspiracy Theories - Best Fact Checking Websites? - The Favorite Websites of Debunkers & Skeptical Skeptics Worldwide!

If You Hate Liars and Love Talk Radio Let Us Talk to You

Think the 9/11 Conspiracy Theories Have All Been Debunked? Think Again!

The Mainstream Media Persistently Lies about President Trump. Disinfo Busted At:

Cutting Through the Hell of the Medical-Industrial Complex

The Solution to the Fake News Invasion

Mind soup, mind melt, a treasury of ideas...

They Would Have Gotten Away with it if it Wasn't for Those Meddling True Skeptics!

Websites for The Skeptics on Myths, Urban Legends, False Beliefs, & Conspiracy Theories - Best Fact Checking Websites? - The Favorite Websites of Debunkers & Skeptical Skeptics Worldwide!

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Do Werewolves Exist? - Coast To Coast AM - October 14, 2017 Vampires, Bigfoot and Dogman

Do Werewolves Exist? This episode of Coast To Coast AM from last night might make you believe they do and are being mistaken for Bigfoot or reported as the Dogman in Kentucky! The researcher profiled, however, does not view them as a threat.

In the first hour, Douglas Robinson joined the program to describe what he has found about real life vampires. To celebrate the spirit of the season, Connie Willis welcomed four different guests to the program. Parker Duvall described his journey from skeptic to full-on researcher of Bigfoot and the Dogman in his home state of Kentucky. The final 90 minutes featured Bigfoot researchers Mike Feltner and Mike Miller of the "Ohio Night Stalkers," who played recordings they made of eerie Bigfoot vocalizations recorded on a trip.


Sasquatch in Oregon - Thinker Thunker

Sasquatch in Oregon - Thinker Thunker

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

The First Book on Cryptozoology

On the Track of Unknown Animals
 is a cryptozoological book by the Belgian-French zoologist Bernard Heuvelmans that was first published in 1955 under the title Sur la Piste des Bêtes Ignorées. The English translation by Richard Garnett was published in 1958 with some updating by the author and with a foreword by Gerald Durrell. A revised and abridged edition was published in 1965, and a further edition in 1995. It is credited with introducing the term cryptozoology[1]and established its author as the "Father of Cryptozoology".[2]


Monday, September 4, 2017

Bizarre Blob Found in BC Lagoon

An odd-looking blob creature was recently discovered living in a lagoon at a park in British Columbia.
The gelatinous oddity was spotted in shallow water at an area of Vancouver's Stanley Park appropriately known as the 'Lost Lagoon.'
An examination by an ecologist identified the strange blob as a bryozoan, which is a collection of tiny microorganisms which join together to form the gooey orb as a form of protection against predators.
Although residents living nearby may rest easy knowing that the blob is not an interstellar species planning a takeover of Canada, the bryozoan may actually represent an invader, of sorts.
That's because this type of fresh water bryozoan has only been seen in one other part of British Columbia before and never in the aquatic ecosystem of Stanley Park.
Scientists suggest that warming temperatures in the region have made it more hospitable to the blobs, which led them to seemingly spread into the area.
Experts did not express much concern that they will have much impact on the wildlife at the park, since the blobs have probably been there for a while and were only just noticed for the first time recently.
Nonetheless, should the creatures wind up wreaking havoc on Stanley Park, at least they've got a perfect title for a film about it: 'Creature from the Lost Lagoon.'

Killing Bigfoot Can Land You in Jail? Debunking the Fake News of Wochit Entertainment and National Geographic

Pompous reporters for Wochit Entertainment and National Geographic assert without a single citation to back up their statement that Bigfoot is a fictional creature. A single link is not too much to ask for a journalist making such a presumptuous statement. I will give you my choice for a link and challenge these fake news purveyors (debunking the lies of National Geographic is something I'm quite familiar with) to add one single source to back up their claim. Here is mine: Now please add one to your pages and we'll see which one, and the material it references, that people find most convincing, shall we?

In Skamania County, Washington, which considers itself a Bigfoot refuge a 1984 law states that killing the mythical ape-like creature can get you a year in jail, a $1,000 fine or both. Even though Bigfoot is fictional, the Animal Legal Defense Fund included it on their list of animals who people cannot harm without repercussion. The fund states that Bigfoot is on the list because it points to the larger commonalities” between people and other animals.”

Even though Bigfoot is fictional (sorry, cryptozoologists), the defense fund included it on their list because “we feel [it] points to the larger commonalities” between people and other animals, Rosengard says. (Read about a Bigfoot sighting in Yellowstone.)

In other words, we and our wild kin are all sentient creatures that deserve legal protection.

Bigfoot cannot "point towards larger commonalities" between mankind and animals unless it is real if you ask me. This may very well be the belief of those that made the law who just didn't want to come right out and say it because of the ridicule factor that these two reports are ignorantly further propagating. This isn't just my opinion, but an educated guess based on the fact that other such laws have admittedly been implemented because of the view of those who drafted them that the evidence is compelling...

Oregon Legislative Assembly—1977 Regular Session House Joint Resolution 52 Sponsored by Representative (later Governor) Kulongoski (at the request of Anita Paulsen)

Notwithstanding that Sasquatch are reputed to live in Devil’s Club swamps and feed on poison oak, there are those who insist on searching for them. Although no one has positively identified or captured one, this Legislative Assembly feels that it is a matter of time before this event will occur.

In another piece of dishonest reporting at the author goes through some mental gymnastics to fit his bias when they write:

The first place to outlaw Bigfoot slaughter explicitly was Skamania County, Washington. In 1969, two years after the release of the controversial Patterson-Gimlin film, the county found itself caught in the heat of peak Bigfoot fever. Believers flooded the Pacific Northwest with plans to track down the stealthy beast—and, as the Board of County Commissioners soon noticed, many visitors brought dangerous hunting weapons with them. Not only did this pose a risk to potential Bigfoots, but it also threatened the residents living in these supposed Sasquatch hotspots. More concerned with the safety of the latter than the former, the commissioners passed an official ordinance [PDF] stating that slaying Bigfoot was a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

What else besides bias can explain the Bizarro World-esque inversion of reality of claiming the commissioners were "more concerned with the safety of the latter than the former" when the document itself clearly puts the former (the compelling evidence for Bigfoot) front and center before mentioning the weapons. The document does not support the assertion that the existence of the creature was not a real concern and simply added to the document as a means to an end. To the contrary, the order in which the concerns are laid out and more importantly the wording chosen, starting right off the bat with "evidence continues to accumulate indicating the possible existence... of a ape-like nocturnal primate." Noting an influx of scientific investigators before mentioning "believers" or casual hunters, and declaring the Sasquatch an endangered species, is another indication that the lawmakers were being fair and lending the credence to the subject that they thought it deserved.


In 1991 a nearby area in Washington, Whatcom County, drafted very similar legislation, which again started out by citing evidence before getting into concerns about weapons. This time much more emphasis was put on the evidence making it even clearer that the law makers did indeed find the evidence persuasive...

Undiscovered Species Protection Act

Whereas, there is evidence to indicate the possible existence of an undiscovered species a primate mammal variously described as Bigfoot, Sasquatch, an ape-like creature or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens. Whereas, reported recent and past sightings, research by anthropologist, Primatologist, biologist, forensic experts, cryptozooligst, independent organizations, private individuals and the famous chimpanzee researcher Jane Goodall support this possibility.

I added the links in the above paragraph with info to back-up what is being stated.

Source: Big Government. Small Brains. Dumb Laws.

As I've noted in the past these self-proclaimed Bigfoot debunkers are better off pretending (as they seemingly often do) that such individuals don't exist!

Serious researchers will be aware that such laws are not very surprising given the fact that so many front line legal experts, otherwise known as police officers, have reportedly had encounters with these so-called fictional beasts.

As an anonymous hunter sums it up:

I'm sorry but every single hunter, police officer, and other professions dedicated to observing details and analytical indetification throughout the last 250 years aren't misidentifying bears as something unknown. Does misidetifiation occur? Yes but not at the rate the debunkers claim. Regardless if the actual truth occurs at only the most minimal rate, there is still a certain degree of something unknown existing. I've personally taken dozens of specimens of dozens of species of wildlife in the past 25 years of hunting across several states. Granted, I've never experienced an unknown creature, never have I witnessed a bear in any situation where it could be misidentified as a naturally bipedal, shaggy haired, 8 foot tall, hominin. For me to lay the assertion out the people much more trained and experienced than I am, in somewhere I've never been, at a high rate are misidentifying bear as an ape man is way too much. Not everyone thinks in darker ways either. 

Those who when it comes to this subject or other taboo topics are dismissive out of hand, insulting, condescending, who mock and sneer, etc., are usually misinformed/ignorant pseudo-skeptics. Even if they are right about the existence of Sasquatch, they are still engaging in horrendous journalism. They are many times nearly clueless about the extent and quality of the existing evidence, the minutia, the DNA studies, the peer-reviewed papers. If they are right, it is only because the happen to be. It isn't because they did their due-diligence and came to a conclusion. If they are wrong, we who simply say the evidence is compelling and worthy of study, will laugh in their face if they are ever proven so. I wonder how many of them choose to engage the subject in the manner that they do (not that they don't think it's real but the way they go about letting you know) because they are not very nice people. The type that must ridicule, humiliate or demean others to inflate their own egos. 

Dr. Henner Fahrenbach Bigfoot Forensic expert - Scientific Bigfoot Footprint Analysis applying modern police forensic investigative techniques

Dr. Henner Fahrenbach Recorded by researcher by Thom Powell in 2002. He discusses Hair, footprints and other forensic evidence. Dr. Henner Fahrenbach, formerly with the Oregon Primate Research Center (now retired), continues to be a major authority on the sasquatch issue. His research spans many decades, and he is convinced there is sufficient evidence to support the likelihood of the creature's existence. On the question as to why sasquatch credibility is not recognized by the general scientific community, he states, "It is easy to put of f if you don't know anything about it. However, it is generally uncharacteristic for a scientist to respond in that way. That particular response is reserved for sasquatches."

"Scientific Bigfoot Footprint Analysis ... Bigfoot tracks are the most common form of evidence found of alleged Bigfoots ... scientists have taken the analysis of Bigfoot footprints to new scientific levels, applying modern police forensic investigative techniques to the dermal ridges (also known as fingerprints)  ... video 1below shows an analysis of bigfoot tracks by police officer Jimmy Chilcutt and Dr. Jeff Meldrum ... and video 2 below is an analysis by Dr. Jeff Meldrum of footprint evidence from the Patterson film site ..." - Source:


Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science - Dr. Esteban Sarmiento Interview

Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science

Dr. Esteban Sarmiento

Esteban Sarmiento, Ph.D., is a biologist and primatologist who has worked as a functional anatomist at the American Museum of Natural History. While he does not claim that Bigfoot exists, he admits the possibility that it does and encourages careful scrutiny of evidence.

He attended the annual Texas Bigfoot Conference in 2009 and commented on a purported video clip of a Bigfoot in northern California—the so-called “Patterson-Gimlin film” shot in 1967. He said, according to “If it’s real, this animal is exceedingly human-like.” He said the “Bigfoot” movements shown in the film do not resemble those of great apes.


In the documentary, scientists from various disciplines put the most compelling sasquatch evidence to the test. Collectively their conclusions are ground-breaking. There is now scientific proof for the existence of a giant primate species in North America -- a species fitting the descriptions of sasquatches.

Dr. Esteban Sarmiento Interview

Please join your hosts Bob Coyne and Mike Killen as we welcome Dr. Esteban Sarmiento to the show. Dr. Sarmiento is a primatologist and a functional anatomist who has spent decades studying the great apes in Africa. His main field of study is the skeletons of hominoids. He has been featured on the TV show Monster Quest and in the documentary "Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science". If you can, please join us in our live show chat. It's always a lot of fun and we love to interact live with our listeners.

Bigfoot Biologist John Bindernagel's discovery

Dr Grover Krantz, left, 1992

The late Dr. Grover S. Krantz, a physical anthropologist from Pullman, Washington, being interviewed by Daniel Perez, February 1992, about his knowledge of the Patterson-Gimlin Film. In this image, courtesy of Igor Bourtsev, Dr. Krantz is on the left. It is being released for the 50th anniversary of this famous home movie. Daniel Perez is the editor and publisher of the newsletter Bigfoot Times, published continuously since January 1998.


Interview with Bigfoot Times Newsletter Creator Daniel Perez:

Dr. Jane Goodall is "Sure" Sasquatch are real-PGF Normal Speed

Dame Jane Morris Goodall, DBE (born Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall on 3 April 1934) is a British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, Goodall is best known for her 45-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania. She is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and has worked extensively on conservation and animal welfare issues. -

On Friday, September 27, 2002, during National Public Radio's (NPR) Talk of the Nation: Science Friday with Ira Flatow, Dr. Jane Goodall made a striking comment on her strong beliefs that large "undiscovered" primates, such as the Yeti or Sasquatch, do indeed exist. - Transcript of Dr. Jane Goodall's Comments on NPR Regarding Sasquatch
Here's the radio call-in show in which Dr. Jane Goodall has a little something to say about Bigfoot. Listen carefully to what Dr. Goodall says, she is one of the world's leading authorities on primates.

Dr. Jane Goodall being interviewed by Ira Flatow, National Public Radio's "Science Friday," September 27, 2002.

The color copy of the Patterson Footage that I found on the 'net obviously has something wrong with it. It plays too fast. I believe the originator of that video clip may have assumed that the film was shot in 24fps (instead of the 16fps that it was probably shot in), resulting in the video being played 1/3 faster than natural speed. This creates an unrealistic motion in the creature's gait. I found that very annoying so I tried to fix it in this video.

I included the MK Davis 'walking with bigfoot' enhancement footage, also.

Among the Wild Chimpanzees Full Documentary by debunkerbuster

Thursday, August 31, 2017

Cryptozoology Publications

Cryptozoology Periodicals

The following is a list of periodicals that contain cryptozoological matter.
Cryptozoology. Published by the International Society of Cryptozoology(ISC), P.O. Box 43070, Tucson AZ, USA 85733. An annual journal of about 150 pages. Membership to the ISC (including Cryptozoology and the ISC Newsletter [see below]): $US 32. Excellent.
ISC Newsletter. Included in membership with Cryptozoology. Quarterly. Filled with news items, conference reports, book reviews and more.
Strange Magazine. P.O. Box 2246, Rockville, Maryland, USA 20847. Twice every year. Suscription: $US 17.95 for two years(4 issues). Has a regular cryptozoology column by Karl Shuker and occassional feature articles. Also, book reviews, and news. Web site
Fortean Times. Dept. WWW PO Box 754 Manhasset, NY USA 11030-0754 Bi-Monthly(6 issues). Web site.
British Columbia Cryptozoology Club. Edited by: John Kirk and Paul LeBlond. Membership includes four issues (one year) of the club's newsletter, a membership certificate and card, and a bookmark for $CAN 25 (for Canadian residents) or $US 25 (for countries outside Canada). Send your cheque or money order (payable to John Kirk) to: Suite 89-6141 Willingdon Ave., Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, V5H 2T9. Each newsletter is stapled with nice layout and design, and is about 12 pages. Web site!
Animals and Men. Edited by Jonathan Downes. Subscription is 8 pounds in the UK, 14 pounds in the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand (by air mail), and 15 pounds anywhere else (air mail). Quarterly. Send dues to: Animals and Men, 15 Holne Court, Exwick, Exeter, Devon, EX4 2NA, UK.

Cryptozoology Books

On the Track of Unknown Animals by Bernard Heuvelmans. Kegan Paul International Ltd., 1995.
This is the bible of cryptozoology as it stands, and luckily it was reissued in 1995, after a out of print drought of about 25 years! Written by the "Father of Cryptozoology", Bernard Heuvelmans, it includes a lot of very good, interesting accounts and possible solutions for many mysterious animals. A must read for any self-respecting cryptozoologist. Because it is a reissue, and is published in the UK, it is rather expensive. You can order it, as well as a ton of other great cryptozoology books, from the Strange Book Shop for 44.50 US.

In the Wake of the Sea-Serpents by Bernard Heuvelmans. Hill and Wang, 1968.
This is a encyclopediacal volume, consisting of over 600 pages. It covers pretty much every sea serpent sighting from antiquity to the 1960's. It is excellent. Unforteanatly, it is out of print, but it can be gotten through mail-order out-of-print book searches. However, it is scheduled to be reissued like the On the Track of Unknown Animals book soon.

A Living Dinosaur? by Roy P. Mackal. E J Brill, 1987.
An excellent account of this biochemist's journey to the Congo in search of Mokele-Mbembe, a supposed living dinosaur. It's very good, with a lot of information, interesting travelogue and many photographs.

Searching for Hidden Animals by Roy P. Mackal. Doubleday, 1980.
A very interesting book, though not as exhaustive as B. Heuvelman's, On the Track of Unknown Animals. Contains chapters on living pterosaurs and dinosaurs, sea serpents, mystery animals of South America, lake monsters and more. Out of print.

Unexplained! by Jerome Clark. Visible Ink Press, 1993.
An encyclopedia of unexplained natural phenomena, including several entries relating to cryptozoology.

Monsters of the Sea by Richard Ellis. Alfred Knopf, 1994.
An excellent book surveying sea monsters around the world. Chapters include: Sea Serpents, Giant Squid, Giant Octopi, Sharks, Whales, Mermaids and sea-folk and more. Many illustrations and photos.Well worth the price, and one of the best cryptoz books to date.

There are Giants in the Sea by Michael Bright. Robson Books, 1989.
An interesting book of more recent sea serpent sightings. Chapters include: Giant Squid/Kraken, Giant Octopi and sea serpent carcasses, what sea serpents are and more. Could be out-of-print.

Drums Along the Congo by Rory Nugent. Houghton Mifflin, 1993.
A very well written travelogue of this man's search for Mokele-Mbembe, using traditional African ways to find the beast rather than technology. Some interesting photos, including two of two mysterious things.

Sasquatch: The Apes Among Us by John Green. Hancock House. 1978.
A very exhaustive but interesting look at Sasquatch and other ape-men in North America. One chapter on other ape-men around the world.

Big Footprints by Grover Krantz. Johnson Printing Co. 1992.
A more scientific look at Sasquatch. Chapters include analyses of the footprints, the Patterson Film, other ape-men, ecology, what it is etc. Good for the educated lay-person.

The Lost Ark by Karl Shuker. Harper Collins, 1993.
An excellent survey of every new or redicovered animal in the 20th Century. Lots of very rare and nice photos and it is well written. Chapters seperated into Mammals, Reptiles and Amphibians, Birds, Invertebrates, Fishes and The Future.

Mystery Cats of the World by Karl Shuker.
The first comprehensive book devoted to mystery cats of the world. Includes: Kellas Cat, Surrey pumas and Exmoor beasts, Scitimar Cats, Onzas, multicolored tigers and many more.

Extraordinary Animals Worldwide by Karl Shuker.
A book filled with illustrations old and new. This book covers the world's most starnge and unusual animals. Included; Mono Grande, Blue Rhinos, Gulper Eels and more.

Mysterious America by Loren Coleman.
This good book includes chapters on North American lions, apes and other cryptozoological animals, among other mysterious topics.

Ogopogo by Arlene Gaal.
This book contains many sightings and other evidence sugesting that a lake monster does inhabit Lake Okanagan. Includes a chronology of Ogopogo sightings.

Curious Encounters by Loren Coleman.
Contains chapters on sea serpents, giant squid and living pterosaurs, among other mysterious topics.

Tom Slick and the Search for the Yeti by Loren Coleman.
This book looks at the now decesed Texas oil-man, Tom Slick, and his cryptozoology expeditions.

Biological Anomalies: Humans Part 3 by William Corliss.
A collection of research, articles and news clippings relevant to the ape-men of the world: Bigfoot/Sasquatch, Yeti, Almas and many others. Very Good.

Bigfoot Digest by Mark Opsasnick.
A chronological listing of over 400 Maryland Bigfoot and monster sightings and references.

Sasquatch-Bigfoot by Don Hunter with Rene Dahinden.
The chronicles of Dahindens 40 year search for the Sasquatch/Bigfoot. From Dahinden's prespective he talks of the Patterson film, history of the Sasquatch, scientist's opinions and more. Good Photos.

More than Myth by Michael Bradley.
This Toronto man's search for the monster of Muskrat Lake, Northwest of Ottawa. The book contains sightings, expedition details, and clues to what "Mussie" could be. Interesting photos.

Champ: Beyond the Legend by Joseph Zarzynski.
This book looks at the monster of Lake Champlain. Very good. Includes a chronological table of all sightings of the beast. Good photos and illustrations.

The Kingdom of the Octopus by Frank Lane.
A fascinating look at the life of the octopus and squid that inhabit are oceans. Cryptozoological chapters include one on giant squid. Very interesting, but out of date.

Out of the Shadows - Mystery Animals of Australia. By Tony Healy and paul Cropper.
An interesting book on the mystery animals of Oz. Includes chapters on the Thylacine, the Bunyip, the Bigfoot-like Yowie, the Queensland marsupial Tiger, and alien big cats. Full of unique and previously unpublished accounts and sightings etc.

In Search of Prehistoric Survivors. By Karl Shuker.
Another excellent book fro Karl Shuker, the premier cryptozoologist in the worldat the moment. This book covers many cryptids which could be living representatives of prehistoric animals. Some topics include: giant birds in Pennsylvania, Mokele-Mbembe, the lake monster Migo, and many others. A must read for any serious cryptozoologist, and one of the best books ever written on the subject.

Rumors of Existence. By Matt Bille.
An excellent book which retells the stories of many new and rediscovered animals since the 1930's, with much new information that was not in Shuker's The Lost Ark (above). The book also contains a section on mystery animals, which is especially interesting, and everything is written in a very good, interesting, manner.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Rebel Media is done. Southern & Posobiec take hush money. - The Demise Of The Rebel Media - What You Need To Know - Why Everyone's Leaving Rebel Media - Faith Goldy: fired by failing Rebel Media for talking to edgy Alt-Right podcast

This was not written with Bigfoot researchers/activists in mind, but it definitely can apply.

[JM Talboo] Here's an idea. Stop getting information from within a bubble. Here's a challenge. Seek out a nobody who is working hard for truth and give them a donation next time around, instead of your favorite well-known successful alternative media outlet that you normally fund when you can, as to give them the ammunition to continue the good fight! I mean, only well-oiled machines deserve the financial grease because they are the only ones that stand a chance of raging against that bigger evil machine with any effectiveness, right? David Seaman and myself beg to differ.

Because guess what? Power/money is a well-known corrupting force and no one is immune just because of their noble ideology. Good people will make excuses/justifications to do the wrong thing. We need to be as decentralized as possible, supporting the real little guys out there, spreading the love/money around more for people's hard work, as opposed to building up truth media juggernauts. These monsters are our own creations, in that we build certain people up way too much and way too fast for a myriad of reasons, but never think of the danger in doing so. There are a lot of little guys out there, some seemingly cursed by the fickle hand of fate, that work their asses off like myself who are pissed that only a select few seem to get all the rewards for what they do and now look what you get...

I don't agree with all that is said in these videos below, but it is clear that anyone willing to look objectively at all of this material, will conclude that everyone ever associated with Rebel Media, except Caolan Robertson, has no integrity. They likely care about the issues that they talk about, but they all will clearly directly engage in, or at least cover-up, unethical practices for monetary gain. The irony is, that any credibility one has for not going along with deceptive practices by Rebel Media to make cash, is made null and void by taking hush money to hush up about those practices. Lauren Southern's friend (boyfriend?) Luke Rudkowski was in fact indicted on 5 counts via a Grand Jury process, carried out by the Committee of Safety – Common Law Court (CoS-CLC), for practices similar to those exposed about Rebel Media below.

If anybody wants to help me out for all the hard work/activism I do, as detailed on my huge list of blogs and my page, you can skip a donation and just buy a set of pocket US Constitutions or a set of 9/11 Inside Job stickers from me (Golotomer) on Amazon. Us little guys really appreciate shit like that and don't take it for granted! I hate Amazon by the way and am not selling much on there anymore, but spreading liberty-minded information is forgivable!

Unlike other so called "truthers" I don't hold back, this is the truth about the implosion of Rebel Media and the hush money going around. Recently Caolan Robertson released a video about how Ezra Levant pays employees leaving the Rebel hush money to ensure they won;t expose people to the scam artist operation that Rebel Media is. Taking their listeners money for "charitable causes" when they are already funded and doing whatever they wanted with the cash, including offering huge sums of money to keep their ex reporters quiet. 

See the Video Here:

So now that Rebel Media is completely toast. What does this mean for Jack Posobiec and Lauren Southern who both lied about the reasons why they left, and took the hush money and lied to their audiences for months? Lauren Southern's video about going independent has been seen by almost 500k people and it was 100% lies. Same with Jack Posobiec's announcement about going independent. Neither of them cared enough about their audience to tell them the truth, they cared more about the money. 

Lauren "goes independent", "I have been meaning to go independent for awhile, I can't get into why" - she took the hush money and signed a contract to stay silent she admits it herself in this video:

Jack Posobiec The Rebel's DC Bureau Chief, Navy Intelligence Officer, Political Operative self proclaimed:

Jack Posobiec promotes FOAK, Proud Boys Political Cults:

Jack Posobiec caught plagiarizing at the Rebel:

Well Rebel Media has absolutely 0 integrity left, and the rats are now jumping off the sinking ship as they are all leaving or getting fired for doing interviews like Faith J Goldy. Real free speech zone at Rebel Media isn't it? Fired for just doing an interview, nothing about the content, just you interviewed with Daily Stormer so you are fired. Lulz. Just watch those subs drop, good bye Rebel Media.

As for Lauren Southern and Jack Posobiec, all I want to know is... How much is the truth worth to you? How much did it cost Ezra to buy your silence about Rebel Media?

Since neither of them have any credibility left, don't expect them to tell you the truth about this either. As for the other truthers like Dan Dicks, who kissed Lauren's ass over this whole thing. Your credibility is severely lacking lately. Your ignorance on PizzaGate is astonishing for one, and your possible ties to Jeff Berwick are a conflict of interest, and lastly this latest video you did on the Rebel Media implosion where you kiss Lauren's ass is pathetic, she took the hush money, open your eyes.

Full Show Notes On Steemit:

Ezra is having a tough week.


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When It Comes To Alternative Media, Posers Are Always Eventually Exposed. A video released today by a former Rebel Media employee Caolan Robertson details the corrupt nature of how Ezra Levant, owner of Rebel Media makes his money as well as how he treats his employees. In this video Dan Dicks of Press for Truth breaks down the details of this bombshell expose involving money scandals and the firing of their former correspondent Lauren Southern

Pinned by No Bullshit No Bullshit 1 day ago
Some updates; Faith Goldy was fired shortly after making this. Also, I'm not anti semitic, obviously. Just calling a Jew out for acting very Jewish. Like I've called out every other race and creed on this channel. If Ezra didn't want to be thought of as a stereotypical Jew he shouldn't run a media company and talk about his money and lawyers all the time lol

The audio of Faith's appearance on 'The Krypto Report' that finally got her kicked out of Sleazy Ezra Levant's "Rebel" Media Corporation. ● The rest of the story: ● Stefan Molyneux's post-Charlottesville interview with Goldy:


Was The Rebel's Laura Loomer's Stage Crash A Publicity Stunt? Accounting Is Needed:

Laura Loomer Claims to Have Tires Slashed, But They Appear to Have Blown Out on the Road:

Laura Loomer Crowd Sources Nose Job from WeSearchR?:

ALT-LEFT AMONG US - City in Hennepin County Flies ANTIFA Flag in Solidarity with Allies in Charlottesville - Seattle Protesters Getting Out Of Control:

Trump on Alt Left Charlotteville and The Marxist Subverted Society - Trump Denounces “Alt-Left” Antifa for Starting Violence in Charlottesville:

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Sunday, July 23, 2017

Destination Truth S02E12 - Issie Icelandic Elves

Destination Truth S02E12 - Issie Icelandic Elves by debunkerbuster

Rob Lowe Vs. Bigfoot: Face-To-Face Meeting

Actor claims he saw legendary creature while filming new show!

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Rob Lowe insists he’s not a “Hollywood kook” when he swears he came face-to-face with Bigfoot in a chilling encounter while filming a docuseries in the Ozark Mountains!
“I thought I was going to be killed,” declares the 53-year-old, who plays Dr. Ethan Willis on the TV medical drama “Code Black.”
The pants-wetting moment came while Rob and sons Matt and John were shooting their A&E series, “The Lowe Files,” where they investigate mysteries and strange phenomena. They were in the mountainous Arkansas-Missouri-Oklahoma region where locals believe the towering “wood ape” or “Bigfoot” as the critter is called in the Northwest, haunts their forests.
“If you call it a “Bigfoot” or “Sasquatch,” they roll their eyes — as if that makes it outrageous,” Rob chuckled.

Surrounded by a film crew and armed band of ex-soldiers hired as trackers, footage caught a shirtless Rob performing a ceremony to bring out the creature.
“We’re 100 miles from the nearest town … it’s one in the morning … there are a lot of serious former military men with loaded weapons,” says the former “West Wing” star. “Then something starts approaching our camp that is defying orders to stop and warnings that they’re armed.”
The beast ignored warnings and strode right up to them, says Rob. He refuses to say more, promising the payoff is on his new show’s Aug. 2 A&E premiere.

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