Originally posted by flice
New evidence that it was in fact a conspiracy...
The fun kind of evidence
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Originally posted by ReelView
Two of the richest men in the world and the two main opponents for the creation of the new Federal Reserve where JJ Aster and H. Googenheim. They both died on the Titanic. Yes, there was sufficient motive to sink the ship and make it seem accidental. The captain of the ship was Jesuit and the chief Jesuit General for Ireland had departed the Titanic at it's last stop.
Originally posted by ancientfuturist
The RMS Titanic was deliberately brought to the bottom of the north Atlantic principally to get rid of three men: John Jacob Astor IV, Benjamin Guggenheim, and Isador Strauss.
Why? Because they were very powerful opposition to the Federal Reserve Act that was "passed" the following year.
A man by the name of Francis Browne, S.J., no less than the Jesuit Provincial for Ireland, "just happened" to get off of the ship at her very last stop. This is after taking photographs of the doomed ship and her passengers. Oh and don't forget the telegraph that he received "GET OFF THAT SHIP - PROVINCIAL"
What really happened is that he briefed Captain Smith and other "Jesuits of the short robe" of exactly what their actions were to be.
White Star Lines = J.P. Morgan
J.P. Morgan in fact made a suite onboard the ship for himself but cancelled his trip at the last minute, citing "illness"... and he's not the only one.
The day she sank is celebrated by the elites yearly as the tax day that would not be possible without ending the lives of those three men.
It goes on and on.
Originally posted by MorningtonCrescent
Originally posted by heelstone
Well, if it was a conspiracy to get insurance money, it certainly backfired in a very large manner.
At what point was the Olympic disassembled/sunk, or is it still around (I doubt it)? Surely this conspiracy could be put to rest if the decks in question aboard the Olympic were different than what was supposed to be there.
last I heard of the Olympic, it's empty hull was sitting in a scrap yard in Eastern Europe. this was at some point in the 90s though, so it could be gone by now.
oddly enough, the Olympic was the only ship of the three to live out its full service life. it survived World War I as a hospital ship (unlike the Britannic, which hit a land mine and sunk somewhere in the Mediterranean. there are still a lot of unanswered questions as to what happened with the Britannic, too.), and was making runs across the North Atlantic at least until the 1930s. (I can't remember the actual dates off the top of my head.)