Mysterious ‘radioactive’ skeletons ‘suggest nuclear blast destroyed ancient city 3,700 years ago’, bonkers theory claims
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by Jessica Baker
5d ago
ONE of the world’s earliest cities was destroyed 3,700 years ago in a nuclear war, an entrepreneur and conspiracy theorist has claimed. First Class Space Agency CEO Billy Carson said the supposed existence of radioactive skeletons proved that a nuclear device was detonated. YouTubeFirst Class Space Agency CEO Billy Carson claims ‘radioactive’ skeletons are proof of a 3,700-year-old nuclear war[/caption] YouTubeThe wild claims were made on popular podcast The Joe Rogan Experience[/caption] Nomu420Billy says skeletons at Pakistan’s Mohenjo-Daro archaeological dig contain abnormally high levels o ..read more
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I served in Area 52 and have been left riddled with tumours – I can’t get help because my mission was top secret
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by Iona Cleave
2w ago
SICK veterans who served at the top secret nuclear base Area 52 claim they are being denied help because the US refuses to confirm they were ever there. Mark Ely, 63, said his assignment at the lesser-known sister site of Arena 51 almost half a century ago has left him riddled with tumours and other serious health problems. WIKIMEDIAArea 52 (pictured via satellite) is a top secret nuclear testing base[/caption] AlamyAir Force vets who worked at the base claim they have developed extreme health issues from toxic or radioactive residue from weapons testing[/caption] CBS NewsMark Ely says he is b ..read more
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Lucy Letby probe must be free of any taint of secrecy and shown on TV so we can see how such evil happened
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by Jane Atkinson
2w ago
IT really is unimaginable that a killer nurse was somehow able to murder seven babies and attempt to kill six others while working on an NHS hospital’s intensive care unit. The Lucy Letby case is one of the most heartbreaking and hideous this country has ever seen. The inquiry into the horrifying Letby case needs to be in open and full view, so parents can leave babies with nurses without feeling utter terrorCheshire Constabulary / PA Wire Thankfully, this week she was prevented from appealing her 14 life sentences. Now the opportunity for proper answers will come in the form of a public inqui ..read more
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Paige Spiranac reveals crazy conspiracy theory about her boobs as she opens up in Q&A on Instagram
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by Tony Robertson
3w ago
PAIGE SPIRANAC has addressed a crazy conspiracy theory she has seen online about her boobs. Golf influencer Paige is no stranger to flaunting her curves. InstagramPaige Spiranac revealed a crazy conspiracy theory about her boobs on an Instagram Q&A[/caption] Instagram @_paige.reneePaige revealed fans firstly thought they were fake but are real[/caption] Instagram @_paige.reneeShe then said fans went two drastic directions from believing she had a pierced nipple to no nipple[/caption] As a result she has cultivated a massive following of four million followers on Instagram alone. However, s ..read more
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Wes Streeting forced to deny burning down PET SHOP at uni to put bizarre decades’ old internet conspiracy to bed
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by Harry Cole
2M ago
WES Streeting has denied a bizarre conspiracy that he burnt down a pet shop while at university. The Shadow Health Secretary finally addressed the outlandish claims during a no-holds-barred interview on The Sun’s new show Never Mind The Ballots. Darren FletcherLabour MP Wes Streeting denied a bizarre conspiracy on Never Mind the Ballots[/caption] Darren FletcherStreeting was grilled by Sun Political Editor Harry Cole[/caption] Darren FletcherAnd our Political Editor also asked Streeting about a range of other issues[/caption] Watch Never Mind the Ballots on The Sun’s YouTube channel and&n ..read more
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I accidentally created the bogus pro-Trump QAnon conspiracy that believes Hollywood stars drink blood to stay young
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by Hayley Minn
2M ago
IT’S the insane and baseless pro-Trump conspiracy theory that bizarrely claims famous figures like Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey drink blood to make themselves younger. But it’s now been revealed that the discredited online movement QAnon was first linked to the president by an “ignorant” YouTuber, who just months earlier had protested AGAINST his 2016 election win. GettyQAnon is a pro-Donald Trump conspiracy theory that says he has ‘insider knowledge’[/caption] YouTuber Isaac was the first to link Donald Trump to the QAnon conspiracy theoriesAPQAnon conspiracy theories eventually led to the ..read more
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I was appalled by the US reaction to Princess Kate being ‘missing’. Celebrities should be ashamed, royal expert says
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by Matt Wilkinson
2M ago
A ROYAL expert has said she was appalled by the US reaction to Princess Kate being “missing”. The Princess of Wales, 42, revealed she was undergoing preventative chemotherapy in an emotional video message last week. The SunRoyal Commentator Victoria Arbiter said she was appalled by the US reaction to Princess Kate being ‘missing’[/caption] BBCThe Princess of Wales, 42, revealed she was undergoing preventative chemotherapy last week[/caption] GettyActress Blake Lively issued an apology after she mocked Kate’s edited Mother’s Day photo[/caption] The announcement came followin ..read more
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Princess Kate and William were upset by idiots like BBC sports reporter’s crazy ‘body double’ conspiracies, expert says
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by Matt Wilkinson
2M ago
PRINCESS Kate and William were upset by a BBC sports reporter peddling conspiracy theories, a royal expert has said. Rugby specialist Sonja McLaughlan took to social media after the Princess of Wales, 42, was spotted at the Windsor Farm Shop by The Sun. GettyBBC rugby specialist Sonja McLaughlan took to social media after Kate was spotted at the Windsor Farm Shop[/caption] The SunRoyal commentator Dickie Arbiter said the royal duo would have been feeling ‘upset’ and ‘angry’[/caption] BBCKate, 42, revealed she was undergoing preventative chemotherapy last week[/caption] News Group New ..read more
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Meta owner Mark Zuckerberg and pals are making millions from ridiculous Kate Middleton conspiracies – it needs fixing
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by Hayley Minn
2M ago
THE Sussex Squad is a group of social media trolls, carrying out some of the worst online bullying of the Princess of Wales. The group – which is not endorsed by the Sussexes – has peddled sick conspiracy theories around Kate Middleton’s abdominal surgery, claiming she was the victim of domestic violence, was in the middle of a divorce from Prince William or hiding away after plastic surgery. BBCThe Princess of Wales revealed she has cancer last week[/caption] APA group of trolls, Sussex Squad, has been posting wild conspiracy theories about Kate[/captio ..read more
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Inside the sinister world of the Sussex Squad online trolls making Kate Middleton’s life a misery with bullying and lies
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by Grace Macaskill
2M ago
THEY branded themselves the Sussex Squad, carrying out some of the worst online bullying of the Princess of Wales. And today The Sun can reveal some of the sinister tactics the trolls use against those who speak out against them. BBCThe ‘Sussex Squad’ have been peddling sick conspiracy theories around Princess Kate’s health[/caption] GettyThe trolls make their sick claims about Kate in defence of their heroine, Meghan[/caption] NetflixChristopher Bouzy said Kate’s illness was stage-managed akin to ‘North Korean propaganda’[/caption] Their campaign of hate began when they peddled sick conspirac ..read more
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