Bart Sibrel is an award winning filmmaker, writer and investigative journalist who has been producing movies and television programs for thirty years. During this time he has owned five production companies, been employed by two of the three major networks and produced films shown on ABC, NBC, CNN, TLC, USA, BET, as well as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. To discuss his films, he has appeared and been interviewed on The Daily Show, Geraldo, NBC, CNN, FOX, Tech TV, Coast to Coast, and The Abrams Report. Articles featuring Mr. Sibrel’s films have been published in Time Magazine, The New York Times, The Washington Post, The L.A. Times, USA Today and many others. His top awards from the American Motion Picture Society include “Best Cinematography”, “Best Editing” and “Top Ten Director”. As the writer and director of the infamous ”A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon” which exposed the moon landing hoax, Mr. Sibrel has collected over the years innumerous military, government, industrial and private sources for credible firsthand verification of very real conspiratorial crimes against humanity. He will use these contacts and experience in exposing the true and unbelievably horrific intentions of the hidden minority who have diabolical intentions for mankind in his Sleuth Journal column Brother Bart’s Conspiracy Corner“. Be sure to visit his website at Sibrel.com and subscribe to his Youtube Channel.
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Greetings Friends and Countrymen! Welcome to Conspiracy Corner.
My name is Bart Sibrel.
I began my career as an actor, then playwright, then filmmaker, then journalist, then writer, then activist. The entertainment industry, especially film production, laid a great foundation for my understanding the art of illusion, which is after all the craft of all conspiracies. I also worked in television news for two years. After my first broadcast as editor, I heard the producer say to the anchor, “Good show”. “Show?” I asked, “I thought this was news?” “No Bart”, they said . . . It’s a show.”
Just to let you know how naïve, simple-hearted, and idealistic I really am to the bone, I was actually dismayed, disappointed, and emotionally crushed when I found out this little known industry secret of what is called “news”. I quickly saw how corporate news, which is how most of the world’s population receives their disseminated information, is completely contrived, from the top down like a disneyland dictatorship pyramid scheme. I am absolutely convinced that if a nuclear bomb were dropped on Washington D.C., and the owner of the network telephoned the news director telling them that they instead wanted the lead story to be about a cat that had twenty kittens, this would be the lead story at the top of the broadcast. Trust me, this is how it works.
The employees of news organizations do what they are told in order to keep their jobs, just like any employee, at any other company. Doing what they are told, in this case, means speaking the scripted words they are given from above, and not discussing any unauthorized topic. If they rock the boat, they are immediately fired, loosing their exalted income and prestige, which few, if any, are willing to voluntarily give up. The Powers-that-Be lured these people into this trap of prosperous glory in the first place, for the very purpose of their obliged submission to say what they are told to say . . . or else.
All this to say, what is perceived is what is at issue. These same entities, who own numerous multibillion dollar networks, are the same ones behind treasonous legislation to limit free speech and individual liberty, which they deceptively call “patriotic”, so that if you don’t support their underhanded dictatorial plans, you can be labeled “un-American”. They give medals of “honor” to pathological liars, whom the public is misled into blindlessly defending as heroes. They trick you into believing we live in a “free democracy”, when we are, in fact, more enslaved than any other people in the entire history of the world. After all, what is the best way to have a slave? . . . One in which the slave is deceived into believing they are free, when in fact they are addicted to every crumb of pleasure they are given from above.
Why is all this lying being done? . . . Simply, to hide the truth, the truth of the crimes being committed by the liars! It is that plain. In order to do this, the Powers-that-Be must control your perception . . . your concept of reality, which is not reality. Any lie, therefore, is a conspiracy. This is the heart of all conspiracies and all crimes . . . lies.
Criminals do not want to get caught, right? What is the best way to not get caught? To flee from the scene? No. To stay on the scene, hidden in plain sight, as the corrupt policeman investigating the very crime which they perpetrated, or even better still, to disguise their crimes as acts of benevolence.
The fact is, half of all crimes are conspiracies! Half are done without forethought, in the heat of the emotion of the moment, and half are plotted out in advance, thus making them . . . conspiracies! Those in control have even tried to trick you into thinking that a “conspiracy” is foolishness. Do you see this? They call searching for the truth . . . “foolishness”! They call you stupid for believing the truthful backstory of their crimes, so that you will not spread the truth of their crimes to others! They want you to overlook half of all crimes in the entire world! Does that make sense? Who would want you to do this? The people committing the crimes, of course! These are the very people who mock conspiracies, so that their criminal activities will not be uncovered.
We have to understand that if a tiny spider, less than the size of a dime, can meticulously plan and trap its prey, weeks in advance, then the human mind, if so inclined to evil, can do soooo much more, soooo much farther in advance!
If half of all crimes are conspiracies, that is plotted out in advance, and conspiracies are simply lies, then this adventure that we are embarking on, is simply one to discern truth from lies, a most important task in a world where at least half of all information is intentionally false.
Keep in mind, a lie, or a conspiracy, is the only evil which you cannot see. If I take your coat, you can see this, in the material which I now possess and which you now have a lack thereof. If I kill your brother, you can see his dead body, and see his orphaned children. Yet, if I tell a lie, where is it? A lie is the only evil which you cannot touch, which you cannot see. It is purely ethereal. This is why lies are the favorite misdeed of evildoers. Think about it. Out of all of the crimes in the world that people are put in jail for, how many of them are in jail for lying?
Life is not so much a battle between right and wrong, as it is a battle between truth and lies . . . because this ultimately leads to good or evil . . . Truth leads to good. Lies lead to evil. Life is wonderfully simple! Revealing “conspiracies”, or lies, leads to good, because it leads to the truth. Denying conspiracies, leads to evil, because the perpetrators can then conduct their evil business as usual, out in the open, under the umbrella that what they are doing is fictitious. Thus, the origin of evil is not the crime itself, rather the lie, or conspiracy, invented beforehand, to cover up the crime, before it is even committed.
Like I said, I am simple-hearted, optimistic, and idealistic to the bone. Why then is such a naïve person given the task to unravel intricate, evil, long premeditated, and vastly permeated, worldwide reaching conspiracies? Perhaps because if I can grudgingly admit that the world I love and strive for in perfection is, regrettably, filled with spider webs of unfathomably precalculated deceit, then you too may see the shocking truth, which must first be perceived, in order for true freedom and wellbeing to follow.
If you had cancer, wouldn’t you want to know? . . . Or would you rather have your doctor lie to you and tell you that everything was just fine . . . even though it really wasn’t? Sometimes you have to cut off a diseased limb to save your life.
Believing in Santa Clause is fun. Believing that we live in a magical world where men can fly to the moon on their very first attempt with 1960’s technology is fun too, even though the feat cannot be repeated nearly 50 years later, by any nation on earth, including the one that allegedly did it first nearly 50 years ago, even though all truth reminds us that the South Pole, and Mount Everest, and First Flight, and the Light Bulb, was never, ever achieved on the first attempt, and certainly never abandoned once achieved, never again to be repeated.
Why do so many people believe this lie? Because they want to. They want to believe the lie. Believing the lie means we live in a better world than we really do. Yet the fact is, we do not. We live in a world of million-man genocide, horrific rape, vicious murder, hateful racism, and unthinkable child molestation, and yet, for some reason, some people think that no one would do such a wicked thing as faking the moon landings. Believe it or not, this is the number one reason I hear from smart people, who still cannot see the plainness of this simple lie. “No one would do such a thing”, they say . . . Really? What is lying about an accomplishment, compared to the things I just mentioned like million-man genocide and child molestation?
We live in a world with more wealth, and less happiness. More medicine, and less health. More religion, and less spirituality. More knowledge, and less good judgment. We have more expensive possessions, and yet less appreciation for them. Bigger homes, for our broken families. More money, and less compassion. We have more care for pets, than we do for people. We love to lie, love to brag, and love to hate. What we considered obscene yesterday, we consider family entertainment today. We waste and we squander the most precious thing we have, time, by spending five hours a day watching television, and then we wonder why we cannot discern the truth.
Just keep in mind, the next time you hear a news story on television, or the words of a politician thereon, ask yourself this question . . .
“What if the exact opposite of what I am being told is true?”