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Uncle Goddamn Revisited

One of the most controversial segments from our TV series at the turn of the millennium featured a North Carolina family who systematically tortured their drunken uncle. It's lo-fi and timeless, but not necessarily safe for work, home or anywhere else... Taken from DisinfoTV on DVD, available now at: http://bit.ly/V01W7T Subscribe to Disinformation's YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/aHTcz
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Top 5 Stories From Disinfo.com In 2012

Happy New Year, disinfonauts. As we kick off 2013, we thought you might like to review the top five stories on disinfo.com during 2012:

1. Mythbusters Banned From Discussing RFID By Visa And Mastercard

2. Possible Evidence That Our Universe Is A Computer Simulation

3. World Penis Size Map

4. Boy’s Eyes Glow In The Dark, See In Night Vision

5. The Fukushima Disaster Produced Mutant Irradiated Butterflies

Here’s to more strangeness in 2013…

The Disinformation Team

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Full ‘2012: Science Or Superstition’ Film – Only 99 cents

Disinfonauts, as an endtimes special, we're pleased to offer you the chance to own a complete digital download (high quality MP4 video) of our most popular film ever, the Disinformation original documentary 2012: Science Or Superstition, for just 99 cents.

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Featured in the film are Graham Hancock, John Major Jenkins, Daniel Pinchbeck, Alberto Villoldo, Anthony Aveni, Robert Bauval, Jim Marrs, Walter Cruttenden, Lawrence E. Joseph, Alonso Mendez, Douglas Rushkoff, John Anthony West and Benito Vegas Duran.
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I Was A CIA Sex Slave

In this classic clip from DisinfoTV on DVD we meet Brice Taylor, a housewife from Woodland Hills, California who discovered she was leading a terrifying double life. Incredibly, she reveals her participation in a CIA mind control operation, dubbed Project Monarch, involving celebrities, gruesome Satanic rituals, and forced prostitution. Subscribe to Disinformation's YouTube channel: http://goo.gl/aHTcz
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Tragic Events In The News

Fred Rogers. Photo: KUHT (CC)

There’s only one news story that matters today: the shooting massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, CT. We’ll leave the breaking news coverage to others. For now we appreciate Deanna Zandt‘s tweeted suggestion of this advice to parents from Mister (Fred) Rogers:

In times of community or world-wide crisis, it’s easy to assume that young children don’t know what’s going on. But one thing’s for sure — children are very sensitive to how their parents feel. They’re keenly aware of the expressions on their parents’ faces and the tone of their voices. Children can sense when their parents are really worried, whether they’re watching the news or talking about it with others. No matter what children know about a “crisis,” it’s especially scary for children to realize that their parents are scared.

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The way that news is presented on television can be quite confusing for a young child.

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Hallucinogenic Plants And The Expansion Of Consciousness

How did the Mayan shamans gain their much-vaunted knowledge about astrological cycles, precession of the Equinoxes, and the intriguing series of calendars culminating in the infamous Long Count Calendar that will expire on December 21, 2012? John Major Jenkins, Graham Hancock and Alberto Villoldo talk about the shamans' use of hallucinogenic plants to access the realm of the supernatural in this clip from 2012: Science or Superstition: Subscribe to Disinformation's YouTube channel.
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