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Old August 14th, 2013, 12:38 AM
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Here are a few PODs that should help to make sure that the ATL remains very different:

2015 (9/15): News website (insert name here) goes online, becoming one of the largest news sites on the Internet, starting in Daly City, California,...

2014 (11/30): Musician (insert name here) makes their best-selling album (insert title here), creating a huge crossover fan base,....

2015 (2/28): Final episode of the long-running series (insert name here) becomes one of the most watched shows according to Nielsen ratings,....

2015 (9/1) Global Justice (GJ) unmanned drone shoots down Aeroflot Flight #279, killing 106 passengers, including Politburo member Boris Yeltsin over the Sea of Japan,....

2016 (3/30): (insert title here) (MTV) becomes one of the most popular shows, with its focus on the excess of young celebrities and billionaires,...

2016 (9/20): (insert title here) (FOX-TV) sitcom starring (insert name here) makes its hit debut, sparking a debate about race and gender relations in America,...

2016 (10/31): Sikh leader Dalip Singh Saund announces a call for peace between Hindus and Sikhs in Mumbai, ending years of sectarian violence,....

2016 (12/3): Indian officials announce the launch of ISRO Aakashagami-1 in Sriharikota, India, as a symbol of the resurrection of the country after the terrorist attacks in 2001,...
musician-taylor swift, i'm so hot
long-running series-good luck charlie
mtv show-the daily dirt
fox sitcom-i married by bff starring bridgit mendler and debby ryan
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Old August 14th, 2013, 01:47 AM
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musician-taylor swift, i'm so hot
long-running series-good luck charlie
mtv show-the daily dirt
fox sitcom-i married by bff starring bridgit mendler and debby ryan
That will certainly work!!!
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Old August 14th, 2013, 06:16 AM
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Here are some PODs to show that the situation in China is very different than n OTL:

2005 (7/26): WHO/CDC officials report that suicide rates in China have exploded due to the plague in, especially amongst those c. 18-25 years old,...

2007 (4/16): Yangtze Disaster; Corruption and an absence of environmental laws is blamed for the pollution of the Yangtze River at Chongqing, cutting off the water supply for for 3.2 million people,...

2007 (8/5): Chinese Ministry of Justice reports a massive explosion in prostitution in major cities including Nanjing, Beijng, Shanghai and Hong Kong, fueled by refugees from rural provinces entering the cities,...

2007 (9/11): Chinese officials report rising suicide rates due to the plague, during a press conference in Beijing, fueling concern about the direction of the country.

2008 (6/17): Sichuan Riots; Riots erupt in Sichuan Province, after government corruption is blamed for the poor quality of school construction, leading to the deaths of thousands of children in the region after a minor earthquake,...

2009 (5/26): WHO/CDC officials report another wave of suicides amongst youth c. 18-25 years old in China, citing the growing death tools caused by avian influenza, during a press conference in Beijing,...

2010 (1/9) : Police officials report a massive illicit gambling scene controlled by the Triads , especially in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing,....

2010 (2/9): Shanghai Riots; Anti-rich/ anti-foreigner riots erupt in Shanghai, fueling isolationist sentiment within the populace,...

2011 (8/9): Chinese Hyperinflation; with spiralling international debts, depressed work force due to the plague, and a tight command economy, the Chinese yuan suffers from hyper-inflation similar to the Weimar-era Deutschmark,...
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Old August 14th, 2013, 08:55 AM
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Here is the fifty-first version of the ATL, based on the latest POD additions (PART I):

c. 1911 (5/30): 1911 - The 1st Indianapolis 500 took place which is won by Ray Harroun driving a Marmon Wasp for the Nordyke & Marmon Company.

c. 1911 (7/20): U.S. Army officials report a mysterious shower of blood and pieces of meat, during routine exercises in Benicia, California,....

c. 1912 (10/10): Local residents report a wandering star above Reims, France, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1914 (1/23): "Hotel Attraction" designed by Antoni Gaudí is completed in New York City, New York, sparking national attention.....

c. 1915 (1/21): A large red object is seen flying over the daytime sky over New Haven, Connecticut, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1915 (2/8): Devonshire Demon; Local residents report the discovery "Devil's hoof-marks" across Devonshire, over roof tops and up walls, and across c. 120 km, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1915 (6/6): Construction excavation announces that they have uncovered the remains of the Elizabethan Curtain Theatre in Shoreditch, England,...

c. 1915 (6/11): Astronomers in Bonn, Germany report seeing a UFO, sparking national attention , amidst the First World War,...

c. 1915 (8/24): Construction excavation uncovers the remains of King Richard III in Greyfriars, Leicester, sparking international attention,...

c. 1916 (10/19): Archaeologists uncover evidence of a Viking burial ground in Ardnamurchan, Scotland, sparking national attention,...

c. 1917 (6/17): Small wild fires are reported in Ottawa, Illinois, after a rain of small cinders is reported in the farming community, sparking national attention,....

c. 1918 (6/25): Guerillas in Axum, Ethiopia, proclaim the location of the Ark of the Covenant, sparking sectarian and ethnic violence in the region,...

c. 1918 (11/20): Residents of Salina Cruz, Mexico report recovering an amnesiac French-speaking person, prior to succumbing to injuries brought about by exposure,....

c. 1919 (2/9): Residents of Mountain Ash, Glamorganshire, Wales report a spontaneous rain of fish over the village, sparking national attention,...

c. 1919 (12/2): A hysterical amnesiac man is found at the Grand Theatre in London, Ontario, sparking a national manhunt for his identity,....

c. 1920 (1/29): Astronomers in London, England report an unknown planetoid passing in front of Jupiter, sparking interest throughout the scientific community,..

c. 1920 (3/1): UFOs are seen over Moscow, USSR sparking civil unrest and panic throughout the region,...

c. 1920 (7/17): The night sky over Dharmasala, India is reportedly filled with mysterious lights" according to British and Indian officials,...

c. 1920 (7/19): Residents of Wolverhampton, England report a shower of black pebbles, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1920 (11/10): 3 UFOs are seen flying over the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C., sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1921 (2/23): Residents of Singapore, China report a mysterious shower of fish, shocking both Chinese and Portuguese authorities in the region,....

c. 1921 (4/6): National Geographic Society reports on the existence of Gnostic Texts of the Bible in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1921 (7/6): Pope Benedict XV reports the discovery of the Holy Grail in Valencia, Spain, sparking sectarian and ethnic conflict,...

c. 1922 (2/18): The Barbary Lion is declared extinct in Tripoli, Libya, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1923 (8/12): Residents of Madrid, Spain report a strange UFO hovering over the city, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1924 (5/19): Holy Blood, Holy Grail by Jacques Saunière is published in Paris, France. Roman Catholic leaders immediately proclaim the book as heresy,...

c. 1926: (4/12): Occult and Christian fundamentalist leaders proclaim the claims of Merovingian Dynasty and claims to a Jesuit line at Rennes-le-Chateau, France, sparking international attention,....

c. 1926 (4/27): William Randolph Hearst helps fund an expedition to search for Noah's Ark along the Parrot Glacier in Turkey, sparking international attention,...

c. 1926 (10/22): British archaeologist Hugh J. Schonfield sparks controversy with his thesis dubbed The Passover Plot, which is published in London, England,.....

c. 1927 (5/31): Residents of Messina, Italy led by Sister Annibale Maria di Francia claim to see the Virgin Mary in a "Marian Apparition", sparking international attention,....

c. 1928 (11/18): The bodies of an unknown couple are found along the Bright Angel Trail of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon,....

c. 1930 (2/14): A mysterious and unknown yellow substance covers Genoa, Italy, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1930 (7/13-30): FIFA World Cup is held in Barcelona, Spain, despite opposition from Uruguay, sparking international attention,....

c. 1930 (7/15): British officials in Morestead, Hampshire, England report a strange and mysterious "crop circle" formation, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1931 (10/8): Valley of the Golden Mummies is uncovered by British archaeologists with over 250 mummies in Bahariya Oasis, Egypt, sparking international attention,...

c. 1932 (2/24): The dead body of a 22-year old woman is found in Fox Chalk, Pennsylvania, with no identification or reports of missing persons in the area, sparking national attention,....

c. 1932 (5/25): Local farmers in Lockeridge, Wiltshire, England report a "crop circle" formation sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1932 (7/26-27): Local residents report power outages attributed to a "crop circle" formation in Woodborough Hill, Wiltshire, England, sparking national attention,....

c. 1932 (8/4): A 7-year old boy is found wandering Nespelem, Washington with no memory or reports of missing children, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1933 (6/29): Chinese archaeological team unveils the Dropa Stones in Bayan Har Shan, China, sparking international attention throughout the academic community,....

c. 1933 (7/27): Local farmers and residents report the "spontaneous explosion" of birds in the vicinity of a "crop circle" formation in Guilford, Surrey, England, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1933 (8/15): British officials report a lance crash attributed to the "crop circle" formation in Pewley Down, Surrey, England sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1934 (5/27-6/10): FIFA World Cup is held in Stockholm, Sweden, sparking international attention ,....

c. 1934 (6/14): An amnesiac African-American male is found wandering the streets of Detroit, Michigan, proclaiming the an Islamic gospel,.....

c. 1934 (9/11): American archaeologist Aaron J. Smith, claims to have found the remains of Noah's Ark, during a lecture in Istanbul, Turkey,....

c.1935- Joseph Stalin continues the institution of the Comintern, despite advice to dismantle the organization...

c. 1935 (9/5): A 5-year old child is found wandering Saint Norbert, Manitoba, Canada, with no memory or reports of missing children in the area,....

c. 1936 (3/3): Residents of Bath County, Kentucky report a strange shower of blood and pieces of meat near Olympian Springs, sparking national attention,...

c. 1936 (3/5): Top Hat starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers wins the Academy Award for Best Picture at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1936 (7/9): Local officials in Bishops Waltham, Hampshire, England report a "crop circle" formation, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1936 (9/7): A 3-year old child mysteriously appears in Washoom, Wisconsin, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1936 (11/20): Nag Hammadi Expedition; archaeologists announce the the discovery of the Gnostic text "Origin of the World" in Nag Hammadi, Egypt, starting massive religious debate across the globe,....

c. 1937 (8/13): Soviet aviator Sigizmund Levanevsky lands in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, proving a transpolar aviation route can be useful for trade and commerce,....

c. 1938 (3/14): Heinrich Himmler and Adolf Hitler proclaim the capture of the Spear of Longinus (a.k.a. "The Holy Lance") in Linz, Austria, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1938 (5/31): Residents of Milan, Italy led by Sister Mary Pierina De Micheli claim to see the Virgin Mary in a "Marian Apparition", sparking international attention,....

c. 1938 (6/4-6/19): FIFA World Cup is held in Berlin, Germany, amidst growing tensions throughout Europe. Hitler uses the games as a propaganda campaign,....

c. 1938 (7/29) Astronomers in Rawlins, Wyoming report a planet near the vicinity of Mercury, sparking interest throughout the scientific community,...

c. 1938 (8/11): Astronomers in London, England report an unknown planetoid passing in front of Jupiter, sparking interest throughout the scientific community,..

c.1939- According to Peter Wright, the "Luciferian Crusade"/ "Cobra" organization is founded by a group of disappointed veterans form the Republican side in the Spanish Civil War.

c. 1939: Austrian philosopher Max Shachtman theorizes the "Third Camp" as emerging from the creation of an bilateral confrontation...

c. 1939 (4/10): Stanford University freshman John Wagner popularizes the fad of "Freezing" across college campuses nationwide, starting in Palo Alto, California....

c. 1939 (4/12): Residents of Manhattan, New York report seeing a UFO over the city, sparking claims of mass hysteria after the 1938 War of the Worlds" scare,...

c. 1939 (10/10): Residents of Dubuque, Iowa report seeing a "large airship", sparking national attention and concern. Many dismiss the event, pointing to the 1938 "War of the Worlds" scare,....

c. 1940 (2/29): The Wizard of Oz starring Judy Garland, wins the Academy Award for Best Picture at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1940 (3/17): Science fiction fans start using the term "Slans" as a term to describe themselves in Battle Creek, Michigan,...

c. 1941 (5/21)- A 3-year old child mysteriously appears in Woodstock, Maryland, with no memory, or reports of missing children, sparking national attention and concern,.....

c. 1941 (5/30): War time officials in Worcester, England report a mysterious rain of periwinkles and crabs, sparking national attention,...

c. 1942 (1/16): Celebrity couple Carole Lombard and Clark Gable die in a plane crash outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. They are considered the first Hollywood celebrities to die in the U.S. war effort...

c. 1942 (2/26): Citizen Kane directed by Orson Welles, wins the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director, despite heavy campaigning by Hearst Syndicate newspapers,....

c. 1942 (3/28-29): Lübeck Raid; British RAF launch a massive bombing raid on Lübeck, Germany amidst reports that the city is where the Nazis have hidden the Spear of Longinus (a.k.a. "The Holy Lance") the Lübeck, Germany

c. 1943 (4/21): British archaeologists find the Gnostic "Gospel of Truth" in Nag Hammadi, Egypt, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1943 (7/4) With the battle cry "Fans Are Slans!", science fiction fans establish "slan shacks" starting in New York City, New York,...

c. 1944(1/4): Luciferian aligned Nazi groups start to work on biochemical weapons.

c. 1944 (5/4): German archaeologists led by Nikolas Koutoulakis report the discovery of the "Gospel of Judas" in El Minya, Egypt, triggering massive upheaval in the religious world....

c. 1944 (10/1)- 1945 (3/15); Vietnamese Floods; Flooding throughout Indochina is reported, killing c. 400,000 people according to health and government officials,....

c. 1944 (11/9): Red House Report; representatives of German industry, I.G. Farben, Krupp, Deutsche Bank, Volkswagen, et al. led by Ludwig Erhard and Heinrich Himmler meet secretly in Strasbourg, to discuss funding a resistance against the Allies after the war....

c.1945- "Luciferian Crusade" members, recruited from the Black Dragon Society, assassinate Prime Minister Kantarō Suzuki in Tokyo, Japan, after he orders the surrender of military forces to the Allies...

c. 1945- Martin Bormann, Reinhard Heydrich, Otto Skorzeny and Otto Strasser escape into Brazil in an effort to elude Allied forces. "Luciferian Crusade" operatives where behind most of the smuggling of of jewish refugees and weapons to Israel. It is likely people where smuggled out of the concentration camps long before the war ended. Some historical accounts, like Adams, suggest that Otto Skortzky was involved. Major General Reinhard Gehlen recruited by "Luciferian Crusade" agents in Munich...

c. 1945 (3/22): Adolph Hitler, meets with Otto Skorzeny and Artur Axmann, head of the Hitler Youth, to discuss how to continue a resistance movment against the Allies, after the war, in a secret meeting in Berlin, Germany...

c. 1945 (4/30): The Renaissance Codex by author Philippe Toscan du Plantier is published in London, England, becoming a major text of the Luciferian Crusade and its claims of a bloodline to Jesus of Nazareth,...

c. 1945 (10/6): Minister for Public Safety Supriyadi is found assassinated in Jakarta, Indonesia, fueling civil unrest and panic,....

c. 1945 (10/16): Nazi biochemical facilities are captured by Soviet special forces.

c. 1945 (11/12): Residents of Mount Glastenbury, Vermont, report the mysterious appearance of the body of a man in his 70s, with no identification or report of missing persons,...

c.1946- Soviets seize control of northern Iran, sparking Middle Eastern tension...

c.1946: Sangokujin Murders; U.S. military officials in Tokyo report the murder of "Sangokujin", Chinese, Taiwanese, and Koreans who had been brought into Japan to replace the many workers who had been drafted into the army, in a series of racially-motivated attacks....

c.1946- Barone Giulio Cesare Andrea Evola preaches humanity existed in a "dark age of unleashed materialistic appetites, spiritual oblivion and organised deviancy", proclaiming the need for a "Luciferian Crusade"...

c.1946- "Lucifer"-affiliated groups of former OSS and SOE operatives started using their network gained working behind German lines to take control and set up a heroin distribution network in southern Italy, targeting the US market

c. 1946 (1/25): At the behest of Eleanor Roosevelt, Brazil is named one of the members of the United Nations Security Council, with protest by the Soviet Union of "American imperialism", before the group in San Francisco, California,....

c. 1946 (10/24): U.S. and Venezuelan forces are placed on high alert after a UFO is sighted by forces in Maracaibo, Venezuela....

c. 1946 (12/10): Residents of Vilar-Chao, Portugal led by Amelia Nahiridade de la Navidad Rodriques claim to see the Virgin Mary in a "Marian Apparition", sparking international attention,....

c. 1946 (12/18): Residents of Bennington , Vermont are shocked when a 18-year old woman with no memory or clothing stumbles into the women's college, and no reports of missing persons,....

c. 1946 (12/23): President Harry Truman is briefed in the threat posed by the "Luciferian Crusade" in Independence, Missouri, sparking national attention,...

c.1947: Maurice Bardèche begins recruiting Vichy French collaborators in Paris, France in an effort to support the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 1947: Peace movement group "Goodwill to Man" becomes popular in Western Europe, North America, and Japan amidst concerns over the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1947: MI-5 and MI-6 gathers intelligence that the Duke of Windsor, Formerly Edward the VIII, has connections to Luciferian Crusade leaders. His relationship with Hitler and high ranking Nazi's was well known...

c. 1947: "Luciferian Crusade" agents are linked to an assassination attempt on the life of New York Yankees player Jackie Robinson, sparking national attention....

c. 1947 (3/1): The Tucker Corporation of Ypsilanti, Michigan unveils the "1948 Tucker Torpedo", sparking national attention as the "car of the future"

c.1947- Berlin Shootout (5/1); false-flag operation wherein a number of people dressed in both American and Soviet uniforms started shooting at a number of places in Berlin. 147 people, both soldiers, civilians and Lucifer agents where killed. For a moment, the world balanced on the brink of World War 3 but both sides stood down. The Berlin Shootout was largely seen as a attempt to start a armed rebellion since most of the agents where Germans and at first, the investigation stalled.

c. 1947 (12/7): Astra's Tower published by Marion Zimmer Bradley, becomes the first female published science fiction magazine,

c. 1947 (12/8): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda touts the message, "EVERYTHING material we possess now will be swept away from us...it will strike DURING THIS PRESENT GENERATION!!"

c.1948: French Socialist Paul Rassinier begins developing ties between Comintern agents and those of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Paris, France citing the Jewish people as a "common enemy"....

c.1948- "Luciferian Crusade" members build a nuclear reactor in Vodvojina, Yugoslavia with the aid of German scientists...

c. 1948: Mohandas Gandhi survives an assassination attempt in Delhi, India, many suspect a possible link to the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1948- Malayan insurgents meet with members of the Black Dragon Society in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in an effort to battle British forces...

c. 1948 (3/17): President Harry Truman, citing the Berlin Shootout, calls for the immediate overthrow of the "Luciferian Crusade" during a speech in Havana, Cuba, sparking international attention,...

c. 1948 (4/1): Gussie Neil Davis (creator of the Kilgore Rangerettes) decided to create a plan to have the Rangerettes sing while Dancing, as the Vocal Drill Team was Invented.

c. 1948 (4/6): "Luciferian Crusade" forces proclaim President Harry Truman's policy of economic sanctions against the organization "genocidal", in a manifesto, delivered in Munich, West Germany,.....

c.1948: (4/9)- "Luciferian Crusade" members take credit for the attempted assassination of President Jorge Eliécer Gaitán Ayala in Bogota, Colombia...

c. 1948 (7/29-8/14): The XIVth Summer Olympics are held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with the city promoting its motto of being the "City of Brotherly Love", sparkng international attention, and President Harry Truman hosting...

c. 1948 (10/2): Harry Truman is elected President of the United States, he was elected Vice President in 1944, with a comfortable landslide over Thomas Dewy and Strom Thurmond.

c. 1949: Mitsuru Toyama with the aid of Yoshio Kodama Yoshio begins financial sponsorship of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Tokyo, Japan....

c.1949-Proclamation of London; Francis Parker Yockey drafts anti-American and anti-Soviet "Luciferian Crusade" manifesto as a "declaration of war" to be published by the The Times in London, England,...

c. 1949: Flying Tigers regiments report hostilities against "Luciferian Crusade" elements within the Korean Peninsula, according to reports by John Foster Dulles...

c.1949- "Luciferian Crusade" members secretly detonate a nuclear weapon, sparking concern between Soviet and American military intelligence agencies...

c. 1949 (5/22): James Forrestal commits suicide in Bethesda, Maryland, yet many historians claim that Forrestal had been assassinated by members of the Luciferian Crusade,...

c. 1949 (6/19): L. Ron Hubbard publishes "Terra Incognita: The Mind" with the support of the American Medical Association (AMA) and the American Psychiatric Association (APA), sparking national attention in academic circles....

c.1949 (9/4): President Harry Truman launches the Foreign Assistance Act, banning foreign aid to the "Luciferian Crusade", during a speech in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1949 (10/10): Jacques Cousteau uncovers the Antikythera mechanism, dating back to c. 100 BC, at Point Glyphadia, Greece,...

c. 1949 (10/16): Pope Pius XII launches a special tribunal against the "Luciferian Crusade" starting in Zaragosa, Spain, warning of the danger of the organization....

c. 1950- "Luciferian Crusade" agents Erhard Peters and Paul Lüth begin recruiting disaffected youth in Bonn and Munich into the "Luciferian Crusade";...

c. 1950: The Age of Kuromaku; Japanese right-wing officials begin organizing around various kuromaku (Yakuza godfather), most of whom are affiliated with the "Luciferian Crusade" syndicate...

c.1950- St. Paul's Incident; unsuccessful attempt on the British Royal Family at Saint Paul's Cathedral by the acclaimed writer George Orwell led to the discovery of a spy ring within the British establishment. The former MI5 officer and royal art historian, Anthony Blunt, who helped Orwell place the bomb committed suicide while his long time friend and co-Luciefer agent Donald MacLean defected to Yugoslavia.

c. 1950: The Miracle of St. Anne directed by Orson Welles, starring Marcel Archard, Georges Baume, and Frédéric O'Brady, makes its hit debut...

c. 1950 (1/14): Police officials find the body of an unidentified young man outside the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York, sparking national attention,...

c. 1950 (2/3): President Harry Truman announces efforts to build economic and political sanctions against the "Luciferian Crusade" during a speech in Washington D.C., sparking national attention,...

c. 1950 (3/3):The All-American Football Conference merged with the National Football League with a New Alignment with 16 Teams

American Conference: Buffalo Bills, Chicago Cardinals, Cleveland Brown, Detroit Lions, New York Giants, Oakland Raiders, Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Redskins
National Conference: Baltimore Colts, Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Houston Shamrocks, Los Angeles Rams, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers

c. 1950 (4/9): French police authorities arrest Serge Berna, Jean-Louis Brau, Ghislain Desnoyers de Marbaix and Michel Mourre, on charges of attempting to vandalize Cathedral Notre Dames in Paris, France as part of a plot by the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1950 (5/5): A 2-year old mysteriously appears in Dunbar, Pennsylvania, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1950 (5/29): American Airlines DC-6 crashes outside of Mount Vernon, Maryland, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1950 (6/5): Various the Nazi Occult circles of the Thule society join the Luciferian Crusade...

c. 1950 (6/24-7/16): FIFA World Cup is held in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, sparking international attention,....

c. 1950 (7/24): Dianetics — The Modern Science of Mental Health by L. Ron Hubbard is published, becoming a major bestseller, popularizing modern psychology and theories,....

c. 1950 (9/16): Federal government launches a blacklist of the "Luciferian Crusade" and the Soviet Union, in Washington D.C.,...

c.1950 (11/1): President Harry Truman survives an assassination attempt by the "Luciferian Crusade" outside the Blair House, sparking international attention,....

c.1951- McCarthy Hearings. Senator Joseph McCarthy had led a number of hearings of suspected communist symaptizers as chairman of HUAC (House Committee on Un-American Activites), until a minor scandal destroyed his career and he retired back to Wisconsin...

c. 1951 (5/12) : The Tucker Corporation of Ypsilanti, Michigan unveils The Royal as its latest model of luxury car, sparking national attention,...

c. 1951 (5/15): Luciferian Crusade agent Johan Hultin obtains samples of Spanish influenza from the corpses of individuals killed in the 1918 outbreak in Brevig, Alaska,...

c.1952- McCarthy and Colonel Eric Bell presented their findings during in front of a special group in the Senate. This was known as the Luciferian Crusade/McCarthy Hearings.

c.1952- Marcel Max Lutwak, Leopold Knoll and Grace Klemter warn of a conspiracy within the U.S. Army in Chicago, Illinois, sparking international attention and concern...

c.1952- Odenwald Incident; "Luciferian Crusade" agents Erhard Peters and Paul Lüth launch an abortive coup attempt in Odenwald, West Germany against Prime Minister Georg August Zinn,....

c.1952: Invasion U.S.A. film directed by Robert Stevenson shows the "Luciferian Crusade" as the pawns of the Soviet Union...

c. 1952 (2/6): King George the VI dies, his eldest daughter Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, AKA Princess Elizabeth, Duchess of Edinburgh becomes Queen of the British Empire...

c. 1952 (2/14-2/25): The VIth Winter Olympics are held in Cortina d'Ampezzo, amidst heavy security and threats of action by the "Luciferian Crusade",...

c.1952 (3/23): The Hague legally recognizes the "Luciferian Crusade" takeover of American and European properties in Amsterdam, Netherlands,...

c. 1952 (5/5): "El Cruzado" (a.k.a. "The Crusader") makes his first appearance in the Guerrero region of Mexico City, Mexico, battling against the Luciferian Crusade...

c. 1952 (6/30): Residents of Mosely, England, outside of Birmingham, report a mysterious rain of small white frogs, sparking national attention,....

c. 1952 (11/4): General of the Army Dwight David Eisenhower of Kansas is elected president in a landslide over Governor Adlai Stevenson of Illinois.

c.1953: Leonid Markizov launches an armed insurection in Vorkuta, Russia SSR; sparking concerns about the stability of the Soviet state,....

c.1953- "Luciferian Crusade" agent Otto Hallberg is arrested in Stockholm, Sweden, after attempting to foment an "international incident" along the Swedish/Finnish/Soviet borders,....

c. 1953: "Luciferian Crusade" agents attempted to kill actor John Wayne while he was on the set of his film Hondo, sparking international attention...

c. 1953 (1/1): Gaston-Armand Amaudruz begins leading rallies in support of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Lausanne, Switzerland, sparking international attention and concern...

c.1953: (3/5) General Aleksandr Sakharovsky is selected by Joseph Stalin to head Comintern, prior to his death....

c. 1953 (3/11): Luciferian Crusade gains members formerly from the Theosophy Society

c. 1953 (3/19): Singin' In The Rain starring Gene Kelly and Debbie Reynolds wins the Academy Award for Best Picture at the Hotel Roosevelt in Hollywood, California,.....

c. 1953 (3/29): Chinese peasant farmer uncovers the Terracotta Army of Qin Shi Huang, the first Emperor of China in Lintong District, Xi'an, Shaanxi province, sparking nationalist sentiment,...

c. 1953 (4/4): George Van Tassel organizes the first Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention in Landers, California, promoting UFO enthisiasm and science-fiction culture,....

c. 1953 (4/13): British MI6 Agent Nigel Attkinson begins operations against the "Luciferian Crusade" in Monte Carlo, as part of covert operations,...

c. 1953 (5/18): Random Comics #1 is published and released in Cleveland, Ohio, features the alien race known as the "Chorlians" who will serve as a constant threat to humanity, sparking national attention,.....

c. 1953 (5/22): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda warns, "THE DESTRUCTION OF AMERICA AND THE GREAT TRIBULATION MUST BEGIN!"

c. 1953 (6/2): The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II is first massive televised event around the world...

c. 1953 (7/8): The Eternal Flame produced by the Luciferian Crusade is distributed as a means to recruit for the organization,...

c.1953 (10/20): Police and military officials report the location of cells of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Jerusalem, sparkng international attention...

c. 1953 (11/3): Yellowstone Hum; Park rangers in Yellowstone Lake, Wyoming report hearing a strange hum, sparking national attention,....

c.1954- "Luciferian Crusade" agent Kapiton Kuznetsov launches an armed insurrection against Soviet officials in Kengir, Kazahkstan SSR;...

c.1954- "Luciferian Crusade" agents led by Lolita Lebrón attempt to take members of the U.S. House of Representatives as hostages in Washington D.C., police end with shootout with agents....

c.1954- CIA Deputy-Director James J. Angleton briefs President Dwight D. Eisenhower on the "threat to world security" posed by the "Luciferian Crusade" at Camp David, Maryland;....

c. 1954: Strom Thurmond (D-SC) was heavily discredited after it was revealed by the press that he had a child from an interracial affair.

c. 1954 (1/10): The New York Giants traded Willie Mays to the San Francisco Seals for 2 Players and some cash.

c. 1954 (1/16): André Le Troquer is elected President of France, amidst calls for stronger ties with the United States,....

c. 1954 (3/1): Luciferian Crusade agents open fire in the Senate Chamber of the Congress building. No one is killed but several senators are hurt...

c. 1954 (3/10): CIA officials report the creation of a splinter branch of the Luciferian Crusade calling itself "VESPER", espousing Neo-fascist ideologies,...

c. 1954 (5/4): Colonel Leroy Barnard, USAF, calls upon L. Ron Hubbard to help "root out homosexuals and Communists" at military facilities in Colorado Springs, Colorado,....

c. 1954 (6/16-7/4): FIFA World Cup is held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the first time the event has been held in the Western Hemisphere,....

c. 1954 (8/14): French OSS agent Sara Labar is deployed in an effort to combat the "Luciferian Crusade" in Paris, France,...

c. 1954 (9/18): Tucker Corporation announces its endorsement by Ronald Reagan in a major ad-campaign in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1954 (9/29): In Game One of the 1954 World Series, with the score tied 2–2 and two base runners in the 8th inning, San Francisco Seals center fielder Willie Mays makes one of the greatest catches in series history, when he races back in Seals Stadium to make an over-the-head catch of Vic Wertz' 462-foot drive. Wertz, who had driven in the Cleveland Indians' two runs in the first inning, would finish the day 4-for-5, including a double and a triple. The Giants went on to win the game in extra innings, 5–2, thanks to a pinch-hit three-run home run by Oliver Cheso off Bob Lemon in the bottom of the 11th inning. Since then, The Catch is a term used to refer to the memorable defensive play executed by Mays.

c. 1954 (9/30): Vatican City officials report cells of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Madrid, Spain, sparking concern about a growing organization....

c. 1954 (10/2): The San Francisco Seals defeat the Cleveland Indians, 7-4, in Game 4 of the World Series to win their fifth World Championship, four games to none. Cleveland finished the season with an American League record 111 wins which they will hold for 44 years, but failed to win a Series game. This is the first title for the Seals in which the team will not win another World Series until 2010.

c. 1954 (11/1): Captain Z-Ro (RC Comics) , based on the television series makes its hit debut, featuring the adventures of the time-travelling space traveler,....

c. 1954 (12/24): Random Comics announces that it will not adhere to the Comic Code Authority, during a press conference in Cleveland, Ohio,...

c.1955- Premier Konrad Adenauer orders a crackdown on suspected "Luciferian Crusade" cells in Rostock and Berlin, East Germany, sparking concern of infiltration of the Warsaw Pact...

c. 1955 (1/6): The Manifesto of the Occult, a controversial book on the Occult containing Satanic material is published, detailing rituals and satanic rites. It was traced back to the Luciferian Crusade and was quickly banned in most of the major countries of the world but manages to convert many to the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 1955 (3/26): The Jesus Scroll by Donovan Joyce, claims that Jesus of Nazareth died at Masada, at the age of 80, becoming a popular text of the Luciferian Crusade,....

c. 1955 (3/30): Actress Judy Garland wins the Academy Award for Best Actress for A Star Is Born at the RKO Pantages Theater in Hollywood, California...

c. 1955 (4/27-29): Filipino politician Mauro Baradi is captured and tortured as a suspected "Luciferian Crusade" agent in Manila, Philippines...

c. 1955 (5/2): Random Comics reports major sales losses in California, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas and Washington, due to a refusal of merchants to sell their comics without the label of the Comic Code Authority,...

c. 1955 (5/11): Valerian Trifa begins organizing for the Luciferian Crusade in Bucharest, Romania, in a series of underground radio broadcasts,...

c. 1955 (6/11): So This Is Hollywood (NBC-TV) starring Mitzi Green makes its hit television series debut,...

c. 1955 (9/30): Actor James Dean is injured after car accident in Salinas, California. Dean is forced to lose one arm, due to injuries sustained in the car crash...

c.1956- Suez Crisis; France and Great Britain retake the Suez Canal, relations cool with the United States in the process...

c.1956- "Luciferian Crusade" member Lieutenant Colonel Ahmad Hussein launches an abortive coup attempt against the government in Jakarta, Indonesia, sparking international attention.....

c. 1956: Flamingo Feather directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly, makes its hit film debut....

c. 1956 (4/5): Labor activist Victor Riesel is shot and killed in New York City, New York, sparking national attention to the labor movement,...

c. 1956 (4/7): Elizabeth Klarer disappears after a UFO sighting in Cathkin's Peak in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, sparking different conspiracy theories,....

c. 1956 (7/3): It's Sunny Again (ABC-TV) starring Vivian Blaine, makes its hit television series debut. Also on this day, Just Plain Folks (NBC-TV) starring Zsa Zsa Gabor and Cy Howard, makes its hit debut,...

c. 1956 (8/14): One Minute From Broadway (NBC-TV) starring Brian Aherne, makes its hit series debut,....

c. 1956 (9/11): The Jungle Trap (ABC-TV) starring Ronald Reagan makes its hit television series debut,...

c. 1956 (9/24): Mister Neutron (RC Comics) comic makes its hit debut, dubbed the "world's first nuclear powered superhero",....

c. 1956 (10/7): Author Robert Bloch notes that "Slans" youth culture maybe the "way of the future" during a convention in New York City, New York...

c. 1956 (10/8): Life magazine dedicates an entire issue to the rise of the "Luciferian Crusade" and the threat it poses to world peace...

c. 1956 (10/17): First conference of the Luciferian Crusade to determine the direction of Europe and the Americas is held in Innsbruck, Austria,...

c. 1956 (10/24): British, French and Israeli officials report that the Luciferian Crusade is conducting operations in the Suez Canal region,....

c. 1956 (11/6): President Eisenhower is re-elected President over Adlai Stevenson again.

c. 1956 (11/22-12/8): The XVIth Summer Olympics are held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, the first Olympic Games for the South American continent, sparking international attention,...

c.1957- Kim Philby Affair; MI6 officer, Kim Philby, working for Lucifer leads MI5to a member of the Lucifer board of directors, Leopold Trepper, working as a buissnessman in France.

c.1957- Death of Joseph Stalin; Historians suspect members of "Luciferian Crusade" with the death; "Luciferian Crusade" members are ordered to apply for membership in the Soviet Communist Party or offered their services to KGB...

c. 1957: Portraits of Terror (CBS-TV) directed by Ed Wood makes its hit series debut, starring Duke Moore and Dudley Manlove...

c. 1957 (2/21): U.S. military officials in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia uncover evidence of weaponized versions of H2N2 avian influenza, fueling concern about Southeast Asia,...
c. 1957 (3/27): The Searchers directed by John Ford, starring John Wayne, wins the Academy Award for Best Picture at the RKO Pantages Theater in Hollywood California,...

c. 1957 (4/10-11) First Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) in the Midwest is launched in Kalamazoo, Michigan,....

c. 1957 (4/17): Local residents of Aurora, Texas report an alleged crash site of a UFO. U.S. Army officials claim that the crash is merely the wreckage of a missile, sparking national attention,...

c. 1957 (6/15): Doctor L. Ron Hubbard begins advising the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in Langley, Virginia, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1957 (7/10): Oil prospectors report seeing a strange mirage, dubbed the "Silent City of Alaska" near Mount Saint Elias, Alaska,....

c. 1957 (7/11): Random Comics "Rampage from the Pacific!" detailing the Atlantean invasion of the surface world, begins, as "Su Kwan, King of Atlantis " launches his crusade against the surface world and its pollution,...

c. 1957 (9/26): "El Cruzado" reports the danger of the Luciferian Crusade, to government officials in Mexico City, Mexico,...

c. 1957 (10/10): Sellafield Disaster; Partial nuclear meltdown in Sellafield, Cumberland, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1957 (10/12-16): Second conference of the Luciferian Crusade is held in Palermo, Sicily, uniting the different factions of the neofascist movements...

c. 1957 (11/14): Third conference of the Luciferian Crusade is held in Kyoto, Japan, uniting the Asian neofascist movements to the alliance,....

c.1958- "Cobra" splinter faction members found a breakaway fraction. The name may come from a member only identified as "Number 5" who had a pet cobra he used to play with during meetings.

c.1958- CIA Deputy-Director James J. Angleton warns that both CIA and KGB agencies have been compromised by "Luciferian Crusade" members, during HUAC Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1958: Kenji Osano and Yoshio Kodama Yoshio begin smuggling aircraft technology from Lockheed International to the "Luciferian Crusade" from Tokyo, Japan, fueling the organization's technological rise...

c.1958- FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover calls for an end to domestic investigations into the "Luciferian Crusade" after receiving a set of "incriminating photographs" with Clyde Tolson....

c. 1958: Ashtar Command religious movement is established by members of the "Luciferian Crusade" movement in Chicago in an effort to spread the movement abroad....

c. 1958: Touch of Evil directed by Orson Welles, starring Charlton Heston, makes its hit film debut,....

c. 1958 (2/13): Chinese officials in Beijing warn of an outbreak of H2N2 avian influenza, in Beijing, fueling speculation that the outbreak is a Japanese biological weapon,....

c. 1958 (4/15): Ruben Gomez of the San Francisco Seals hurls an 8-0 shutout against the Los Angeles Dodgers. A park-record 23,192 fans pack Seals Stadium to witness the historic game.

c. 1958 (5/13): San Francisco Seals teammates Willie Mays and Daryl Spencer each have four extra-base hits as San Francisco beats the Dodgers in Los Angeles, 16–9. Mays hits two home runs, two triples, a single and drives in four runs, while Spencer has two home runs, a triple, a double and six RBI for a combined 28 total bases.

c. 1958 (5/23): Willie Mays hits 200th career home run, helping the San Francisco Giants beat the Sacramento Solons, 5–3.

c. 1958 (6/8-6/29): FIFA World Cup is held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1958 (6/24-26): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) is held in Kansas City, Kansas, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1958 (7/15): Parent groups claim that Random Comics is under the control of organized crime, during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,..

c. 1958 (7/24): Wander of the Wastes (RC Comics) comic makes its hit debut, featuring the adventures of its hero in a post-apocalyptic America,....

c. 1958 (8/19): The Adventures of a Model (NBC-TV) starring Joanne Dru, makes its hit series debut,...

c. 1958 (8/28): WHO/CDC officials report that the H2N2 avian influenza virus that seemed to spread from China, has mysteriously ended, during press conference in Taipei, Taiwan,...

c. 1958 (9/20): Cat on a Hot Tin Roof film starring Grace Kelly makes its hit debut,...

c. 1958 (9/23): Fountain of Youth (NBC-TV) written, directed and narrated by Orson Welles, starring Rick Jason and Joi Lansing, makes its hit series debut....

c. 1958 (10/15): Ica Stones; Archaeologists uncover mysterious engraved stones in Ica, Peru, sparking international attention and concern,....

c.1958 (12/2): Pacific Coast League officially joins Major League Baseball however the Hollywood Stars decided to Merge with the Brooklyn Dodgers and became the Los Angeles Dodgers, In addition the PCL expands to bring the Oakland Oaks back to the Major League Baseball Circuit

AL: Baltimore Orioles, Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, Cleveland Indians, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Athletics, New York Yankees, Washington Senators
NL: Chicago Cubs, Cincinnati Reds, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Braves, New York Giants, Philadelphia Phillies, Pittsburgh Pirates, St. Louis Cardinals
PCL: Los Angeles Angels, Oakland Oaks, Portland Beavers, Sacramento Solons, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Seals, Seattle Rainiers, Vancouver Canadians

c.1959- Marshal Josip Tito ordered raids against all "Cobra" and "Lucifer" property in Yugoslavia and gave intelligence to western intelligence agencies.

c. 1959 : The Novel Advise and Consent by Allen Drury is published. The Book deals with a fictional US Senate, President, Cold War Politics, and the Luciferian Crusade...

c. 1959: The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Harold Macmillan, and the Queen are given a report that the Duke of Windsor is an agent of the Luciferian Crusade. Though he has not been in any official capacity since the war he still has passed information regarding British base in the Bahamas, and has connections to French High society. The Queen is most disturbed about the news of her uncle...

c.1959- "Luciferian Crusade" agents recruit Ukrainian nationalist Stepan Bandera into their ranks in Munich, West Germany, sparking concerns within the Soviet ranks....

c. 1959 (2/1): Ballet Roses Scandal; French government in turmoil after President André Le Troquer is accused of sexual affairs with ballet dancers between the ages of 15 and 19 years old,....

c. 1959 (2/12): Chinese Communist authorities seize the Dropa Stones at the Banpo Museum in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China, sparking international attention,....

c. 1959 (2/22) - The First Daytona 500 took place at the newly Built Daytona International Speedway at Daytona Beach, FL as Johnny Beauchamp won in the #73 Roy Burdick Ford Thunderbird.

c. 1959 (4/6): Vertigo directed by Alfred Hitchcock, wins the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director, at the RKO Pantages Theater in Hollywood, California,....

c. 1959 (5/9): Soviet Scientist Grigori Kusalka restarts work on the captured Nazi biochemical weapons.

c. 1959 (6/26): L. Ron Hubbard begins marketing "E-Meters" as a diagnostic tool for psychiatrists in Washington D.C., sparking international attention,...

c. 1959 (7/19): Pope John XXIII is suspected of being a member of the "Luciferian Crusade" by several conspiracy theorists, sparking international attention.....

c. 1959 (7/8): The Minutemen (RC Comics) comic makes its hit debut, detailing the adventures of an international fighting force fighting against the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1959 (8/11): Brock Callahan (CBS-TV) directed by Don Siegel, starring Ken Clark, makes its hit series debut,....

c. 1959 (8/13): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims, "I say to YOU, now, that every material thing you have—will be taken from you SOON..."

c. 1959 (8/30): "See the Frontiers" album by the Frontiers makes its hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California, featuring such singles as "Don't Go Near the Water", "Til I Die..." becoming a major bestseller,....

c. 1959 (9/1): RC Heroes (Syndicated) featuring superheroes Captain Steel, The Cat, and The Human Mirror makes its television debut...

c. 1959 (10/28): Cuban Communist guerrilla Camilo Cienfuegos is assassinated outside of San Miguel, Cuba, sparking civil unrest and panic,....

c. 1959 (12/2): Panair do Brasil Lockheed L-049/149 Constellation registration PP-PCR operating flight 246 en route from Rio de Janeiro is used to assassinate Brazilian President Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1959 (12/7): New York Giants relocated to Minneapolis, MN and became the Minnesota Twins

c.1960- MI5 Deputy-Director Peter Wright warns that French Intelligence Services have been compromised by "Luciferian Crusade" and "Cobra" agents in Paris, France,....

c.1960- Savitri Devi Mukherji (a.k.a. Maximiani Portaz) begins preaching about the idea of a "New World Order" in Munich, West Germany...

c. 1960: Advise and Consent wins the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction...

c.1960- "Cobra" operative sneaks a bomb onboard a U2 spy plane blowing it up over the Soviet Union and stopping the improving East-West relations in the post-Stalin years. The suspected bomber, Lee Harvey Oswald, was a marine working a guard on a secret U2 airfield in Atsugi, Japan. and he later defected to the Soviet Union.

c. 1960 (1/23): Random Comics, in a controversial storyline, the alien race Chorlians takes over a portion of the Third World rather than the whole globe, with assistance from the residents of Red China....

c. 1960 (2/18): 1960: The Continental League will now join the Major League Baseball Circuit however the League Looks Like This.

CL: Atlanta Crackers, Buffalo Bisons, Dallas Rangers, Denver Rockies, Houston Colts, Newark Bears, New York Mets, Toronto Maple Leafs

c. 1960 (2/18-2/28): The VIII Winter Olympics are held in Innsbruck, Austria, amidst heavy security and threats of action by the "Luciferian Crusade", .....

c. 1960 (3/10): Our War, documentary showing the motives of the Luciferian Crusade is leaked and shown on BBC-TV and NBC-TV networks, sparking global indignation.

c. 1960 (3/19): The Avenger (NBC-TV) Western starring Vic Morrow makes its hit series debut....

c. 1960 (4/12): With 42,269 fans in attendance, the San Francisco Giants edge the St. Louis Cardinals, 3–1, in the first game at San Francisco's Candlestick Park. Sam Jones pitches a three-hitter, and Cardinals outfielder Leon Wagner hits the first home run in the $15 million stadium.

c. 1960 (5/15): "So Tough!" album by the Frontiers, makes its hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California, sparking national attention,...

c. 1960 (6/12): In a record-tying three hour and 52 minute, 9-inning game, Willie McCovey's pinch-hit grand slam, the first slam of his career, and Orlando Cepeda's three-run double pace the Seals to a 16–7 rout of the Braves.

c. 1960 (6/24): Willie Mays belted two home runs and made 10 putouts to lead the Giants in a 5–3 win at Cincinnati. Mays added three RBI, three runs scored, a single and stole home. Also on this day, Head of the Class (NBC-TV) game show hosted by Gene Rayburn, makes its hit debut from Los Angeles, California,...

c. 1960 (7/19): Trans Australia Airlines Flight 408 is destroyed by Alex Hildebrandt after being hijacked in Brisbane, Australia, killing 49 people....

c. 1960 (8/10-12): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) is held in Kansas City, Kansas, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1960 (8/25-9/11): The XVIIth Summer Olympics are held in Lausanne, Switzerland, highlighting the tensions between the Soviet Union and United States,....

c. 1960 (11/1): The Emperor's Nightingale animated feature by Walt Disney, makes its hit debut,....

c. 1960 (11/8): In the closest Presidential Election in modern US history Senator John Fitzgerald Kennedy is elected President over Vice-President Richard Milhouse Nixon.

c.1960-1966- "Luciferian Crusade" leaders smuggle arms, mercenaries, etc. to the secessionist Katanga province in the newly-independent Belgian Congo

c.1961: David Leslie Hoggan begins recruiting neo-fascists in London, England for the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1961: George Van Tassel of the "Luciferian Crusade" proclaims contact with the spiritual entity Sanat Kumara while in London, England, the Vatican denounces this as a "Satanic hoax", seeing the anagram of Satan in Sanat Kumara

c. 1961 (3/15): The term "Bumbejimas" (ravings) becomes popularized with the growing "Fellowship" subculture in London, England....

c. 1961 (3/27): President John F. Kennedy privately thanks British MI6 agent Nigel Attkinson for preventing a war between the United States and the Soviet Union,...

c. 1961 (4/30): San Francisco Seals slugger Willie Mays became the ninth player to hit four home runs in a single game as the Giants beat the Milwaukee Braves, 14–4, at Milwaukee's County Stadium.

c. 1961 (6/19): "Twizzle" dance craze begins with the aid of Alan Freed and Dick Clark in New York City, New York,....

c. 1961 (6/29): Willie Mays hits 3 home runs helping San Francisco Seals beat Philadelphia Phillies 8-7.

c. 1961 (7/25-27): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) is held in Kansas City, Kansas, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1961 (11/9): Flower Drum Song film starring Anna May Wong makes its hit debut,...

c. 1961 (11/25): Pope John XXIII receives a secret memorandum from the leadership of the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international atention and concern,....

c.1962- President John F. Kennedy orders U.S. law enforcement agencies to begin an investigation into the Mafia and the international narcotics trade, threatening "Luciferian"/ "Cobra" profits...

c.1962- Novocherkassk Riots; Soviet military forces raid a suspected "Luciferian Crusade"/"Cobra" cell in Novocherkassk, Russia, killing 22 people in the process,...

c.1962: The Luciferian Candidate directed by John Frankenheimer, starring Frank Sinatra, Angela Lansbury, and Lawrence Harvey, details a plot by the "Luciferian Crusade" to infiltrate the American presidency...

c. 1962 (2/1): The Patriot#1 (RC Comics) becomes the first African-American character to receive his own title, leading many stores throughout the South to ban the comic,...

c. 1962 (3/1): The Venice Declaration; Oswald Mosley issues the proclamation of the "Luciferian Crusade" calling for the " withdrawal of American and Soviet forces from Europe, and an end to the role of the United Nations with the USA, USSR and "Luciferian Crusade" acting as three equals..."

c. 1962 (4/15): British Metropolitan Police launch a crackdown against "Fellowship of the Ring" groups nationwide, based on suspected illegal activities,...

c. 1962 (5/30-6/17): FIFA World Cup is held in Lisbon, Portugal, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1962 (6/6): Advise and Consent by Otto Preminger is released in theaters. It stars Henry Fonda, Charles Laughton, Walter Pidgeon, and Peter Lawford (JFK's Brother in-law) and others in an ensemble cast...

c. 1962 (8/5): Actress Marilyn Monroe dies in Beverly Hills, California amidst reports that she was being blackmailed by the "Luciferian Crusade" about her relations with the Kennedy Administration....

c. 1962 (10/11): "El Cruzado" battles against a series of women infected with a blood-borne virus by the Luciferian Crusade in Hidalgo, Mexico,...

c. 1962 (10/28): U.S. Naval forces report a UFO in the Gulf of Guinea, due to the Cuban Missile Crisis, many report the item as a "possible Soviet weapon"...

c. 1962 (11/6): Mercury astronaut Rutherford Washington becomes the first African-American in space, after being launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida...

c. 1962 (11/9): President John F. Kennedy proclaims Rutherford Washington a "national hero and a credit to his race", during a speech in a speech from Cape Canaveral, Florida,....

c. 1962 (12/12): President John F. Kennedy proposes "permanent national sovereignty of natural resources" before the United Nations Security Council members in New York City, New York,...

c.1963- MI5 Deputy-Director Peter Wright warns that the ranks of MI5 have been infiltrated by agents of the "Luciferian Crusade" and "Cobra" in London, England,...

c.1963: Publisher Willis Carto, with the backing of the "Luciferian Crusade" establishes American Mercury, a magazine to spread neo-fascist ideals of the terrorist organization...

c. 1963: The Robert Taylor Show (NBC-TV) starring Robert Taylor, George Segal, and Robert Loggia, makes its hit series debut....

c. 1963: Mandrake the Magician directed by Federico Fellini, based on the comic strip by Lee Falk makes its hit film debut,....

c. 1963 (2/7): Garth the Destroyer (RC Comics), makes its hit debut following the adventures of a barbarian on a ancient world,...

c. 1963 (2/18): In Action Comics (DC Comics), in one of the more controversial Silver Age stories, Superman arrests Cold War leaders Nikita Khrushchev and Mao tse-tung, bringing them before the Hague for trial,....

c. 1963 (2/28): The Frisco' Kid (RC Comics) Western comic makes its hit debut, detailing the adventures of a masked outlaw,....

c. 1963 (2/11): Julia Child reveals the violent competition taking place amongst French chefs in the culimary world in Boston, Massachusetts,...

c. 1963 (3/7): The Adventures of the 25th Century science fiction comic makes its hit debut, detailing the adventures of a team in the far-off 25th century,....

c. 1963 (4/1): British MI6 agent Nigel Attkinson survives an assassination attempt at his wedding in Edinburgh, Scotland, by agents of the "Luciferian Crusade"

c. 1963 (4/7): Bill Battlin' & the Action Squad (RC Comics), makes its hit debut, following WWII adventures of a unit fighting Hitler's supernatural legions.

c. 1963 (4/23): The Old Man & The City (ABC-TV) starring Bruce Dern, June Allyson, and Charles Ruggles makes its hit debut....

c. 1963 (5/11): At Dodger Stadium, Sandy Koufax of the Los Angeles Dodgers no-hits the San Francisco Giants 8–0, his second no-hitter in as many seasons. The final out is made by Harvey Kuenn on a ground ball back to none other than Koufax. Kuenn will also make the final out of Koufax's perfect game two years later.

c. 1963 (5/19): "Sadie's" chain restaurant, specializing in slow food/home cooking is established in Shreveport, Louisiana, sparking national attention,...

c. 1963 (6/5): British Prime Minister John Profumo resigns after his affair with Christine Keeler is revealed to the press, forcing a massive shakeup in British politics in London,...

c. 1963 (6/12): Civil rights worker Medgar Evers survives an assassination attempt in Jackson, Mississippi,...

c. 1963 (6/15): At Candlestick Park, Juan Marichal of the San Francisco Seals no-hits the Houston Colt .45's 1–0.

c. 1963 (6/29): Geraldyn M. "Jerrie" Cobb becomes the first American woman in space from Cape Canaveral, Florida,....

c. 1963 (7/2): Inhuman (RC Comics) makes it debut, ace reporter Rick Robbins is transformed into an inhuman and savage beast after investigating a corrupt chemical company....

c. 1963 (7/12): Tucker Corporation of Ypsilanti, Michigan is investigated by the FBI over its secret dealings with the AFL-CIO and the IWW, sparking national attention,...

c. 1963 (10/27): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims, "We may now have only eight or nine more years to FINISH Our Work!"

c. 1963 (11/6): Laura Welch (OTL's LAura Bush) dies in a car accident while under alcoholic influence in Midland, Texas,...

c. 1963 (11/8): Soviet female cosmonaut Yulia Ulitskaya dies in orbit due to a massive equipment failure, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1963 (11/16): Musical single "Young Man Mulligan" by G.H. Scithers, popularizing the world of "Fellowship of the Rings" throughout Great Britain,....

c. 1963- President John F. Kennedy is assassinated (11/22) by "Luciferian Crusade" agent Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas, Texas, using a "Cobra"/ "Luciferian Crusade" cover , in the form of a schoolbook depository...

c. 1963 (12/8) Frank Sinatra Jr. is murdered at Harrah's in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1963 (12/15): Tensions mount after "Fellowship of the Ring" gang members clash with students at Cambridge University, sparking international attention,....

c.1964: Former Romanian intelligence officer Ion Pacepa establishes "al-Fatah" at the behest of "Luciferian Crusade" as a "national liberation army"...

c. 1964: Yoshio Kodama Yoshio begins recruitment of various members of the Yamaguchi-gumi into the "Luciferian Crusade" in Tokyo, Japan, spreading the influence of the organization throughout Asia....

c. 1964: Hammer Studios in London, England launches the "Gothic Crusader" genre with the film The Iron Knight, establishing the anti-hero motiff for the European cinema....

c. 1964: Bill & Martha (CBS-TV) sitcom starring William Bendix and Martha Raye, makes its hit series debut...

c.1964- "Luciferian Crusade" agent General Giovanni de Lorenzo launches a purge of "suspected Communists" in Rome, Italy,...

c. 1964 (1/15): Edwin J. Baker leads a group of "Fellowship" members at Oxford University, sparking international attention,...

c. 1964 (1/29-2/9): The IXth Winter Olympics are held in Calgary, Canada, sparking international attention,....

c. 1964 (2/15): Action Comics #309 (DC Comics) is dedicated to deceased President John F. Kennedy, with the president meting Superman...

c. 1964 (2/28): Military officials at the Presidio Military Base in San Francisco, California report seeing a UFO, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1964 (3/15): "The Orc's Marching Song" musical single by George Heap makes its hit debut in London, England with the growing appeal of "Fellowship" culture,...

c. 1964 (4/24): Sergeant Lonnie Zamora spots a flying saucer and sees it depart...

c. 1964 (6/10): "Luciferian Crusade" Chairman Hans-Ulrich Rudel falls from power, sparking a massive succession crisis within the organization. Intelligence agencies across the globe attempt to determine the leadership...

c. 1964 (6/12): Soviet scientist Grigori Kusalka is recruited by the Luciferians and defects from the Soviet Union.

c. 1964 (6/21): French OSS agent Sara Labar prevents the "Luciferian Crusade" from obtaining biological weapons in Bangkok, Thailand, sparking international attention,....

c.1964 (7/4): The Free Wheelers (CBS-TV) starring Patricia Barry, makes its hit series debut,...

c. 1964 (7/5): "20 Big Ones!" album by the Frontiers, makes its hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California, many say the music was inspired by the JFK assassination, becoming a major bestseller,...

c. 1964 (9/18): Professor Norville Standing, along with his family, begin advising the CIA against the "Luciferian Crusade", from Chevy Chase, Maryland, and across the globe, providing covert technology....

c. 1964 (9/22): American CIA agent Ace Jackson and Soviet KGB agent Feydor Malenkov begin a joint campaign against the "Luciferian Crusade" after meeting in New York City, New York,...

c. 1964 (10/27): "Don't Stop Loving on Me" by Chik Hitz of Motown Records, makes its hit debut in Detroit, Michigan,....

c. 1964 (11/3): President Lyndon Baines Johnson is elected President in a landslide along with super-majorities for the Democrats in both houses of the Congress. Barry Goldwater gains votes from his state of Arizona and five southern states...

c. 1964 (12/15): "Song of the Ring" musical single by Roger Zelazny makes its hit debut in London, England with the growing appeal of "Fellowship" culture,....

c. 1964 (12/29): Bishop Mendez Arceo calls for end of fighting between the Roman Catholic Church and the "Luciferian Crusade" during a ceremony in Mexico City, Mexico...

c.1965: The Looking Glass War by John le Carré details MI5 efforts to capture and infiltrate the "Luciferian Crusade", becoming a major bestseller....

c.1965: the National Liberation Army of Colombia (NLAC) is formed in Bogota, Colombia, backed by Comintern and the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c.1965- Algeria is granted independence from France, after years for fighting since 1954, becoming one of the longest conflicts of the Cold War...

c.1965 (3/18): Toa Airways Convair CV-240 crashes outside of Hiroshima, Japan, due to the failure of the automatic direction finder,....

c. 1965 (3/20): Adreanna Abruzzo is deployed by the Italian Ministry of Defense in an effort to deal with the threat of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Beirut, Lebanon,...

c. 1965 (4/1): Brainwashed MI6 Agent Nigel Attkinson is revealed to have nearly assassinated the British Prime Minister in London, England due to the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 1965 (4/11): "Always Love You" album by the Frontiers makes its hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California, becoming a major bestseller,...

c. 1965 (4/25): KGB agents discover a "Cobra" plot to influence the communist party, promoting Brezhnev to attempt to purge the party out of fear of infiltration...

c. 1965 (5/15): Bootlegged copy of Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien is published in Berkeley, California helping to spread "Fellowship" culture to the United States,..

c. 1965 (6/3): Spanish secret agent "Joaquin" is deployed by the government in an effort to combat the "Luciferian Crusade" in Madrid, Spain,...

c. 1965 (6/28): McGhee (CBS-TV) starring Jeremy Slate, makes its hit television series debut,...

c. 1965 (7/26): Cuban General Osvaldo Ramirez marches into Havana, overthrowing the government in a military coup,....

c. 1965 (8/18): Agents of VESPER launch an assassination attempt against President Lyndon Johnson, during a visit to Saint Louis, Missouri,...

c. 1965 (9/13): The San Francisco Seals' Willie Mays' hits his 500th home run off the Houston Astros' Don Nottebart, and Juan Marichal earned his 22nd victory as the Seals beat Houston 5-1 at the Astrodome. The win is the Giants' 11th straight and gives them a two and a half game lead.

c. 1965 (9/15):Alledged member of the Crusade interviewed on TV, they claim the so-called "fact" of alleged events that occurred during the Atlantian, Thule and Lemurian ages millenia ago. These claims are not taken seriously.

c. 1965 (9/30): Space Base 1999 (CBS-TV) a Hanna-Barbara cartoon series, makes its hit debut,...

c. 1965 (10/29): Moroccan politician Mehdi Ben Barka is assassinated during a pro-independence rally in Paris, France, sparking riots and civil unrest,....

c. 1965 (11/14-16): Ia Drang Massacre; American gun manufacturer Stallion Arms is scandalized after it is discovered that the rifles manufactured by the company had a tendency to malfunction, jam, and misfire, leading to the massacre of 1,215 American soldiers and capture of 65 soldiers as POWs in the Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam,....

c. 1965 (11/18): Dark Millenium science fiction film based on the racist novel by Gerald James McManus produced by the Luciferian Crusade is distributed across the globe as a means of recruitment,...

c. 1965 (12/13): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims, "We are in the grand smash climax--only six more years left..."

c.1966- FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover resigns amidst sex scandal after photographs are sent to the Washington Post and New York Times, sparking moral outrage...

c. 1966: "Luciferian Crusade" agents attempted to kill actor John Wayne, while he was visiting U.S. troops in Saigon, sparking international attention....

c. 1966: The Order of St. Germain religious organization is established by members of the "Luciferian Crusade" proclaiming a message of "spiritual liberation" in Madrid,, sparking international attention....

c. 1966: American "Luciferian Crusade" apologist Harry Elmer Barnes appears on national talk shows claiming that the Allies overstated the extent of Nazi atrocities in order to justify a war of aggression against the Axis powers....

c.1966 (1/23): President Lyndon B. Johnson and Chiang Kai-shek announce the formation of the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) in Taipei, Taiwan in an effort for "global affairs, the need for peace initiatives and co-operating with developing countries.."

c. 1966 (3/1): Luciferian Crusade officials begin "fringe experiments" led by Eiichi Tanaka on children in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1966 (3/10): "Luciferian Crusade" forces attempt to detonate a bomb at the Dutch Royal wedding in Amsterdam, sparking international attention...

c. 1966 (3/15): Canadian Prime Minister George Hees is forced to resign after MP Lucien Cardin exposes his affair with an East German prostitute in Ottawa, Ontario,....

c. 1966 (3/18): United Arab Airlines Flight #749 crashes outside of Cairo, Egypt, killing 30 people, sparking international attention and concern,.....

c. 1966 (3/19): Tucker Corporation of Ypsilanti, Michigan inspires the Motown hit song "A Tucker for me!" by the Chantrells, to be later be used in the ad campaign...

c. 1966 (4/9): CIA Agent "Max Danger" (e.g. historical records show that "Max Danger" is a code name and not the actual name of the agent in question), master of disguise is deployed against the Luciferian Crusade from Langley, Virginia,..

c. 1966 (4/28): "La Aguila Roja" breaks up a cell of the Luciferian Crusade" in Acapulco, Mexico, fueling tensions with the United States,....

c. 1966 (5/7): The Spies based on the popular TV series, is adapted into a comic book by Random Comics,...

c. 1966 (5/19): "Sadie's" chain restaurant earns a following of "Slow Food" followers dubbed "Suppies", for their devotion to the meals provided,...

c. 1966 (6/27): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims, "Time is running out on us! It is now FAR later than you think!"

c. 1966 (7/11-7/30): FIFA World Cup is held in Rome, Italy, amidst concerns of sabotage by the "Luciferian Crusade",....

c. 1966 (7/22): McNab's Lab (ABC-TV) starring Cliff Arquette, makes its hit television series debut,....

c. 1966 (9/8): Star Trek (CBS-TV) created by Gene Roddenberry makes its hit television debut, spawning the longest continual science-fiction series of all time....

c. 1966 (9/8-10): Italian agent Adreanna Abruzzo clashes with American agents over the issue of a "Luciferian Crusade" cell in Rome, Italy,...

c. 1966 (9/11): Great Bible Adventures (ABC-TV) starring Hugh O'Brian, makes its hit debut, amidst religious controversy,...

c. 1966 (9/17): American CIA agent Carl Davis begins leading "black-ops" against the "Luciferian Crusade" from a safehouse in Chicago, Illinois,...

c. 1966 (9/22): Luciferian Crusade conference if held in Munich, Germany, fueling concern about the growth of the movement,...

c. 1966 (10/2): The Frontiers announce their breakup as a band, citing "mutual differences" in Santa Barbara, California,....

c. 1966 (10/15): In Point Pleasant WV A group of teenagers near an old munitions plant spot a "Mothman".

c. 1966 (10/21): Tensions mount between Japan and Western Europe, after French OSS agent Sara Labar, exposes a "Luciferian Crusade" plot in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 1966 (10/29): Doctor Who (BBC-TV) is cancelled after 4 seasons, sparking angry fan letters to BBC-TV over the beloved series,...

c. 1966 (12/2): Soviet health officials in Vladivostok report the first recorded outbreak of "The New Pox", sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1967: Georgetown Pledge; Millions of people across the globe sign pledge to avoid involvement in the fighting by and against the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 1967: Libertarian Harry Browne was appointed U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, warning of the possibility of a monetary collapse in Washington D.C.,..

c. 1967: Barron Hilton and Kraft Ehricke speak publicly on the issue of civilian space travel, during hearings in Washington D.C.,....

c.1967- "Luciferian Crusade" leader Brigadier General Stylianos Pattakos overthrows the government in Athens, Greece; creating a refuge and base of operations for both "Luciferian Crusade" and "Cobra" members...

c.1967- Daoxian Massacre; People's Liberation Army (PLA) raid a suspected "Luciferian Crusade"/"Cobra" cell in Daoxian, Huna, 4,519 people are killed in the process,...

c. 1967 (1/15): The First World Championship of Pro Football (a.k.a. Super Bowl I) took place as the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 35-10

c. 1967 (2/14): 305 deaths are reportedly linked to "New Pox" in Vladivostok, Russia, fueling tensions between the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China,...

c. 1967 (3/6): Led Zeppelin is blamed for triggering riots against proposed poll taxes in Trafalgar Square in London, England,....

c. 1967 (4/15):French OSS agent Sara Labar uncovers "Luciferian Crusade" sympathizers within the French government in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil,....

c. 1967 (4/16): Tucker Corporation of Ypsilanti, Michigan, announces its "1968 Montanan" which is considered the "muscle car" of the period,...

c. 1967 (5/2): British MI6 agent Lee Pendrake, under the guise of a fashion photographer battles the "Luciferian Crusade" in London, England,....

c. 1967 (5/13): Residents of Dinapore, India report the "spontaneous human combustion" of a woman, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1967 (6/2): U.S.S. Liberty meets a delegation from the Luciferian Cruade in Rota, Spain, the incident will remain classified until 1993,....

c. 1967 (6/29): Tucker Corporation CEO Roger B. Smith warns that unless American car companies address fuel an safety standards seriously, Japanese and European car companies will take over the market, during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1967 (7/1): "The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" by Charles Randolph Green, makes its hit debut, broadcast throughout Great Britain and the United States,....

c. 1967 (7/19): Hansel & Gretel animated feature by Walt Disney, makes its hit debut, amidst complaints from parents groups,...

c. 1967 (7/23): Puerto Rico becomes the 51st State of the Union, after a referendum, with San Juan named as the capital, sparking international attention,....

c. 1967 (7/27): President Lyndon B. Johnson expresses concern that that the civil unrest and race riots may have been provoked by the "Luciferian Crusade" during a Cabinet meeting in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1967 (8/3): American CIA agent Ace Jackson and Soviet KGB agent Feydor Malenkov run afoul of the Japanese government after exposing a "Luciferian Crusade" cell in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1967 (8/15): In a controversial move, astronaut Rutherford Washington meets with Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta, Georgia,....

c. 1967 (8/16): With Rutherford Washington in attendance, Eleventh Annual Convention of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in Atlanta, Georgia, Martin Luther King Jr., calls upon the country to "invest in humanity rather than the tools of war, so that we may reach the stars..."

c. 1967 (8/28-9/2): "Luciferian Crusade" leaders hold a conference in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia proclaiming " no recognition, no negotiation, and no peace with the United States, Soviet Union or Peoples' Republic of China...."

c. 1967 (10/9): Hold Back This Day science fiction film based on the racist novel by Ward Kendall, produced by the Luciferian Crusade, luring many viewers with its scenes of graphic sex and nudity,...

c. 1967 (11/6): The Phil Donahue Show made it's debut on Television.

c. 1967 (12/3): Police Sgt. Herbert Schirmer disappears after reporting a UFO in Ashland, Nebraska, sparking different UFO conspiracy theories,...

c. 1967 (12/17): Harold Holt, Prime Minister of Australia listens to the advise of his friends and does not go swimming.

c. 1967 (12/24): "Luciferian Crusade" Chairman Otto Strasser dies mysteriously in Athens, Greece, fueling a succession crisis within the organization, sparking concern over the power of the group....

c.1968- Presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy is assassinated in Los Angeles, California by "Lucuferian Crusade" member Sirhan Sirhan after calling for an investigation into the international drug trade....

c. 1968: French activist Jacques Givet of Paris, is exposed as a "Luciferian Crusade" agent, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 1968: U.S. and Soviet teams are attacked with two separate bombs plated at the Olympic Village at the Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 1968 (1/9): Cuban Power members are blamed for the bombing of a post office in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,.....

c. 1968 (2/1): Granfalloon science fiction magazine published by Linda Bushyager makes its hit debut, introducing women and minority voices to science fiction,....

c. 1968 (2/6-18): The Xth Winter Olympics are held in Lahti, Finland, highlighting the Cold War tensions between the United States and Soviet Union,...

c. 1968 (3/1): BBC-TV) broadcasts Tolkien at Oxford: Britain's Shame featuring the growing "Fellowship" subculture, which many people dub "Britain's answer to the Hippie movement..."

c. 1968 (4/5):1968: A Soviet Spetznaz team attacks a Luciferian biochemical lab in Hong Kong to kill the defector Grigori Kusalka. However during the attack the biochemical agent is released over Kowloon City, killing over 150,000 people. With the bodies of the Spetsnaz team are discovered, the West and China blame the Soviet Union for the attack. Also on this day, "Mil y Una Caras" (a.k.a. "1,001 Faces") makes his debut battling crime in Mexico City, Mexico,...

c. 1968 (4/24): First known case of "New Pox" reported in San Francisco, California, sparking concern through the Russian-American community,....

c. 1968 (5/8): Reginald Kray and Ronnie Kray seize control of the criminal underworld in London, England, sparking national attention,...

c. 1968 (5/27): Army National Guard 147th Fighter Interceptor Group, along with George W. Bush, is deployed to Vietnam,...

c. 1968 (7/4): Avengers (Marvel Comics) features in a controversial storyline, the Avengers making an intervention into Vietnam, arresting Ho Chi Minh, saving the life of General William Westmoreland,....

c. 1968 (7/8): A 15-year old girl mysteriously appears wandering Corey, Pennsylvania, with no memory, or reports of a missing persons in the area, sparking national attention,....

c. 1968 (8/17): "La Aguila Rosa" uncovers evidence that the Luciferian Crusade is fueling civil unrest and panic during the festivities of the Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico,...

c. 1968 (8/19): Lassiter (CBS-TV) crime drama starring Burt Reynolds, makes its hit television series debut...

c. 1968 (9/10): President Lyndon B. Johnson is briefed on Operation GARDEN PLOT, a military contingency plan established by the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the event of "Luciferian Crusade" takeover....

c. 1968 (9/26): "La Aguila Rosa" battles against the Luciferian Crusade in Mexico City, Mexico, during an attempt to disrupt the Summer Olympics,...

c. 1968 (10/1): French President Georges Pompidou dies in Élancourt, throwing the French government into a succession crisis,...

c. 1968 (10/18): Major League Baseball has planned to add a New Promotion-Relegation System so we can have 2 Divisions however the American, Continental, National and Pacific Leagues will all be Division 1, But These 4 Minor Leagues will be promoted to Major League Status to play in Division 2 in 1969.

c. 1968 (10/26): Soviet cosmonaut Ivan Istochnikov and his dog Kloka are killed after a meteorite hits Soyuz 2, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1968 (10/28): Cuban Power members Juan Garcia Cardenas and Hector Cornillot are arrested attempting to commit acts of terrorism in Miami, Florida,....

c. 1968 (10/31): The Demon Bahomet is used to symbolize the "Luciferian Crusade" in the film Hell Rises From the Grave (Warner Brothers/Hammer Studios), becoming a trope of the horror film genre,....

c. 1968 (11/5) : Former Vice-President Richard Nixon is narrowly elected to the Presidency over incumbent Vice-President Hubert Humphrey...

c. 1968 (11/9): Lieutenant Samantha Deveraux is awarded the Purple Heart by President Lyndon B. Johnson, while recovering at a ward in Honolulu, Hawaii, becoming the first female to be recognized for service in the Vietnam War,...

c. 1968 (11/10): Soviet cosmonauts Pavel Popovich and Vitali Sevastyanov are killed after a massive equipment failure aboard the Zond 6 lunar flyby,....

c.1969- "Cobra" agents begin recruiting radical fringe elements of the Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), calling for the violent overthrow of the U.S. government,...

c. 1969: "Luciferian Crusade" Commander Stefano Idelle Chiaie launches operations in Spain, Italy and Portugal in an effort to spark civil unrest and panic in Western Europe....

c. 1969: Soviet dissident Léon Poliakov begins advocating for the "Luciferian Crusade" in Moscow, sparking concern on both sides of the Iron Curtain.....

c.1969- Haymarket Bombing; "Cobra" agents bomb the Haymarket Riot monument in Chicago, Illinois, sparking fears of further terrorist attacks,...

c. 1969 (1/6): After a speech at a Lion's club Jimmy Carter claims he was abducted by a UFO. He won't admit this until after his presidency.

c. 1969 (1/12): Super Bowl III in Miami, Florida between the New York Jets and Baltimre Colts, 16-7, is revealed to have been rigged by members of the Luchese Crime Family, sparking national attention...

c. 1969 (1/21): Vaud Disaster; Lucens Reactor in Vaud, Switzerland sparking international attention and concern over nuclear energy,...

c. 1969 (2/4): Stefano delle Chiaie is installed as Chairman of the "Luciferian Crusade" signalling a renewed and powerful organization, sparking international attention and concern....

c. 1969 (2/8): That Girl, Mitzi (RC Comics) comic makes its debut, in an attempt to appeal to female readers and the audience of Archie Comics,....

c. 1969 (3/7): American CIA agent Ace Jackson and Soviet KGB agent Feydor Malenkov run afoul of the Chinese PLA after exposing a "Luciferian Crusade" cell in Lhasa, Tibet,....

c. 1969 (4/14): 2001: A Space Odyssey directed by Stanley Kubrick wins the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California, the first time a science-fiction film has achieved the accomplishment,....

c. 1969 (4/23): President Richard Nixon proposes that a major offensive is needed against the Luciferian Crusade during a speech in Santa Ynez, California,....

c. 1969 (4/25-26): Police officials clash with "Fellowship" members in Chicago, Illinois, signaling the official rise of the subculture in American society,...

c. 1969 (5/13): Local residents of King's Lynn, England report seeing a strange cigar-shaped UFO over their town,....

c. 1969 (5/27): Actor Jeffrey Hunter is hospitalized while on the set of a film in Van Nuys, California. His injuries are incorporated into the storyline of his character in Star Trek...

c. 1969 (6/11): Ministry of Defense is attacked by members of the "Luciferian Crusade" in London, England, in retaliation for actions by agent Lee Pendrake,...

c. 1969 (6/16): U.S. and North Vietnamese forces report a UFO in Donghoi, North Vietnam, sparking rumors of "foo-fighters",....

c. 1969 (7/5): "Luciferian Crusade" agents claim responsibility for the murder of Pan-African leader Tom Mboya in Nairobi, Kenya, sparkng civil unrest and panic in the region...

c. 1969 (7/18): Vice-President Spiro Agnew convinces President Nixon to launch an initiative to combat the possibility of "population explosion" at Fort Dietrick, Maryland. Historian note that the plan is actually an initiative created by the Luciferian Crusade...

c. 1969 (7/29) - Willie McCovey hits his 300th career home run helping the San Francisco Giants beat the Chicago Cubs, 4-2

c. 1969 (11/6): "Fellowship of the Ring" student leader Vera Chapman emerges in London, England, sparking international attention....

c. 1969 (11/19): "Mil y Una Caras" (a.k.a. "1,001 Faces") battles against the Luciferian Crusade in Guanajuato, Mexico,...

c. 1969 (12/11): Tensions mount after a Korean Air Lines YS-11 explodes over Gangneung, South Korea, killing 49 people in the process,....

c. 1969 (12/12): "Luciferian Crusade" member Delfo Zorzi is arrested after the bombing of the Piazza Fontana in Milan, Italy; Zorzi proclaims the action part of a "strategy of tension"....

c. 1969 (12/22): Actor Jerry Mathers, Leave It To Beaver, dies while serving with the U.S. Army in Da Nang, South Vietnam, sparking international attention,...

c. 1970: The Ussuri River War; Started in August with a minor skirmish on Zhenbao Island between Chinese and Soviet troops, when Mao used the incident to start a war on the USSR. After being repulsed from Vladivostok in November, Mao loses it and orders a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union. One of his generals quietly shoots him in the head. The war ends later that month with the cession of the disputed territory to the USSR.

c.1970- "Cobra" agents issue a "Declaration of War", published by the New York Times and Washington Post, after an attack on Fort Dix, New Jersey,...

c.1970- Golpe Borghese; "Conra"/ "Luciferian Crusade" members, General Junio Valerio Borghese and Stefano Delle Chiaie launch an abortive coup attempt against the government in Rome, Italy;....

c.1970- "Cobra" agent Yukio Mishima launches an abortive coup against the government in Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention,...

c. 1970 (1/3): "Fellowship of the Ring" members begin establishing a community within Oxford, England sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1970 (1/15): RC Comics make the series Agent Onatova in an attempt to get female readers. It is moderately successful. Though the agent's outfit is rather snug.

c. 1970 (2/3) : "El Cruzado", "La Aguilla Roja" and "Goliat" battle against a series of human experiments by the Luciferian Crusade in Guanajuato, Mexico, attracting attention throughout Latin America,...

c. 1970 (2/4): Assassination attempt is made on French OSS agent Sara Labar while in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, sparking international attention and concern,...

c.1970 (3/14): Columbia Eagle Incident; In a shocking development, an American merchant ship S.S. Columbia Eagle, mutinies and defects to join the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention...

c. 1970 (4/6): Sean Flynn, son of actor Errol Flynn is abducted in Cam Ranh Bay, South Vietnam by agents of the "Luciferian Crusade".....

c. 1970 (4/13): Pamphlets about VESPER and its ideologies are spread within East Coast universities.

c. 1970 (5/3): Vigilante "Klāngkhụn" (a.k.a. "Nighthawk") emerges in Bangkok, Thailand in an effort to combat the threat of corruption by the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 1970 (5/4): Lieutenant Samantha Deveraux condemns actress Jane Fonda, for her visit to North Vietnam, during an interview in New York City, New York,...

c.1970- (5/6) "Luciferian Crusade" agent, General Lin Biao launches an abortive coup attempt against Mao Tse-tung in Lushan, China, sparking a massive political purge,....

c. 1970: (5/7) A brain-damaged Mao Zedong, still reeling from his injuries in the aborted coup, publicly blames the attack on the Soviets, whom he labels "revisionist traitors"...

c. 1970 (5/14): "El Cruzado" and "La Aguilla Roja" uncover a series of human experiments by the Luciferian Crusade in Morelos, Mexico,....

c. 1970 (5/21): VESPER sends a "Declaration of War" against the U.S. government With an attack on Fort Dix, New Jersey killing 12 people in a shooting at the base,...

c. 1970 (5/30) - Al Unser won his First Indianapolis 500 driving the Vel's Parnelli Jones Ford.

c. 1970 (5/31-6/21): FIFA World Cup is held in Tokyo, Japan, the first time the event has been held in Asia, sparking international attention,...

c. 1970 (6/7): Brotherhood of Eternal Love (a.k.a. "Hippie Mafia") comes to power in Idyllwild Pine Cove, California, hiring the "Luciferian Crusade" in an effort to distribute much of its drug shipments worldwide,....

c. 1970 (6/9): VESPER takes responsibility for a bomb outside the New York Police Department (NYPD) Headquarters in New York City, New York,...

c. 1970 (7/4): American Top 40 Makes It's Debut hosted by Casey Kasem

c. 1970 (9/6): Fantastic Four #102 (Marvel Comics) becomes the last issue illustrated and written by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby,....

c. 1970 (9/16): U.F.O. the TV series from Gerry Anderson's Century 21 productions begins.

c. 1970 (9/17): Random Comics "Who Are We!?", in a "cosmic event", the entire population of Earth has its memory erased, fueling chaos and civil unrest across the globe,...

c. 1970 (10/4): In a Division 2 Pro Football Game, Topeka Scarecrows QB Virgil Carter scored a Game Winning TD Pass to Former Kansas State WR Bill Greve in a 34-27 win over the Houston Oilers.

c. 1970 (10/18): Colombian President-General Gustavo Rojas Pinilla creates a team of soldiers trained in all the branches of the Colombian Armed Forces (Army, Navy and Air Force) under the name of "Proyecto Gloria Inmarcesible" (Project: Unfading Glory)

c. 1970 (11/20): Keith Bridges emerges as the leader of the "Fellowship" movement in London, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1970 (12/7): Prince Valerio Borghese overthrows the government in a political coup, backed by the "Luciferian Crusade" and by forces led by Stefano Idelle Chiaie in Rome, Italy.....

c.1971- "Luciferian Crusade" agent, General Memduh Tağmaç, launches an abortive coup against the government in Ankara, Turkey,....

c. 1971: Werner Stiefel of New York City, New York creates the artificial island of "New Atlantis" in the Bahamas, as a libertarian paradise. Unfortunately due to faulty construction and hurricane season, the project collapses....

c. 1971: Vietnamese Famine; WHO/CDC officials report 100,000 deaths nationwide, during a press conference in Hanoi, sparking international attention,...

c. 1971: Jiang Qing, widow to Mao Tse-tung, comes to power in a political coup with Zhang Chunqiao, Yao Wenyuan, and Wang Hongwen in Beijing, sparking fears of a rapidly escalating crisis...

c. 1971: Lockheed Scandal; Japanese industrialist Yoshio Kodama Yoshio is exposed as an agent of the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking concern over 13 years of technological leaks....

c. 1971 (1/21): "El Cruzado", "La Aguilla Roja" and "Goliat" battle against a series of human experiments by the Luciferian Crusade in San Slavador, El Salvador,...

c. 1971 (1/30): Indian Airlines Fokker F27 explodes over Srinagar, India, killing 44 people, Kashmir separatists take responsibility,...

c. 1971 (2/1) Random Comics surges in sales as its defiance of the Comic Code Authority grants the comic "street cred" in Cleveland, Ohio,...

c. 1971 (4/2-4): Police officials clash with "Fellowship" members in Cleveland, Ohio, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1971 (4/3): Vigilante "Dākuraidā" (a.k.a. "Dark Rider") a victim of human experiments by the "Luciferian Crusade" launches a series of vigilante actions against the terrorist organization in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1971 (4/21): Indian agent Dilip Paliath is recruited by the Indian Ministry of Defense in an effort to battle the "Luciferian Crusade" in New Delhi, India,....

c. 1971 (4/26): Rumors spread across the globe that falsely claim that the Roman Catholic Church is getting ready to change its positions regarding the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1971 (5/14): Random Comics"Like Moths to a Flame", in a storyline aimed at discussing the dangers of drug addiction, the Chorlians introduce "the Light" to turn humans into a race of addicts,...

c. 1971 (6/9): Despite the series cancellation, "Whovians", (fans of Doctor Who) begin developing as a subculture in London, England,....

c. 1971 (6/17): President Richard Nixon legalizes marijuana, after recommendations from the Shafer Commission in Washington D.C., sparking national controversy....

c. 1971 (6/18): U.F.O. from RC Comics, based on the Gerry Anderson television program.

c. 1971 (7/30): An All Nippon Airways 727 airliner collides with a Japanese Air Self Defense Force F-86 fighter over Iwate Prefecture, Japan. There is only one survivor, the F-86 pilot...

c. 1971 (8/15): The Phil Silvers Show (CBS-TV) starring conedian Phil Silvers, makes its hit television series debut....

c.1971: (9/25) Oleg Lyalin defects from the "Luciferian Crusade" warning of a possible attempt to flood the London Underground

c. 1971 (9/30): Inhuman (RC Comics), In a shocking move, Rick Robbins discovers a government village filled with failed scientific experiments in the Nevada Desert

c.1971 (10/3): Chinese PLA agent Xi Li begins operations against the "Luciferian Crusade" in Hong Kong, China,....

c. 1971 (11/10) : Washington Post reporter Jack Anderson reports that the Nixon Administration is meeting with the Luciferian Crusade, sparking a major scandal in Washington D.C.,...

c.1972- Agha Hasan Abedi forms the Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) in Luxembourg, as a corporate face, laundering money for the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c.1972- Peteano Incident; "Luciferian Crusade" member General Geraldo Serravalle, sparks an international incident, claiming "Soviet incursions" in Peteano. Italy, raising international tensions,....

c.1972- Pentagon Bombing; "Cobra" agents led by Bernardine Dohrn bomb the Pentagon in Washington D.C., sparking fears of further attacks on American soil,....

c. 1972: Venice, Italy becomes a major tourist destination for American tourists attempting to escape pressures of the "War on Terror"....

c. 1972: Napoleon directed by Stanley Kubrick starring David Hemmings and Audrey Hepburn, sparking international attention...

c. 1972 (1/1): Houari Boumediène of Algeria is named United Nations Secretary-General during a press conference in New York City, New York....

c. 1972 (1/13): Foreign journalists report on the rise of "Nadsat" gangs in Moscow, much to the embarrassment of Soviet authorities,....

c. 1972 (1/27): In one of the strangest twists, musician Elvis Presley is revealed to be a member of the Minutemen (RC Comics), a storyline approved by the singer,...

c. 1972 (3/15): Members of the "Luciferian Crusade" take Pan Am Flight #406 hostage in London, England, forcing the plane to land in Kinshasha, Zaire....

c. 1972 (4/3-5/25): Pedro Luis Boitel launches a massive hunger strike against the regime of Osvaldo Ramirez, calling for government reforms and the expulsion of American troops in Havana, Cuba,....

c. 1972 (4/7): President Abeid Karume is allegedly assassinated by agents of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Zanzibar,Tanzania, fueling civil unrest and panic....

c. 1972 (5/12): In a secret project called Project SANTA CLAUS; the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WFLD) begins a covert recruitment of children as young as 8-years old as possible agents in Quantico, Virginia,...

c. 1972 (6/3): Western Airlines Flight 701 explodes killing 97 people over Los Angeles, California; FBI officials arrest Black Panthers member Willie Roger Holder, sparking national attention,....

c. 1972 (8/16): Former Green Beret Jack Williams tracks a cell of the "Luciferian Crusade" to Mexico City, Mexico, sparking tensions between the two countries,..

c. 1972 (8/26-9/10): The XXth Summer Olympics are held in Madrid, Spain, amidst protests over the Franco government, sparking international attention,...

c. 1972 (9/4) - The Price is Right debuts on CBS with Bob Barker as host and Johnny Olsen as Announcer.

c. 1972 (9/15): President Richard M. Nixon approves the construction of the USS Seaview at U.S. Naval Shipyards in New London, Massachusetts,....

c. 1972 (9/19): New England Red Tide; New England fishing industry is devastated after a massive algal bloom (a.k.a. "red tide") occurs across the New England area,...

c. 1972 (10/1): Japanese SADF establishes Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) in Tokyo, Japan in an effort to deal with the threat of the Luciferian Crusade...

c. 1972 (10/16): After returning from the U.S. Army, Cole "Super Freak" Johnson battles the "Luciferian Crusade" attempting to flood the inner city with cheap drugs in the ghettoes of Los Angeles, California. Also on this day, President Richard Nixon is briefed by the Justice Department that there are at least 48,000 members of the Luciferian Crusade in Washington D.C., sparking national attention,....

c. 1972 (11/7): President Nixon is re-elected over Henry "Scoop" Jackson (D-WA) and Shirley Chisholm (D-NY) it is a landslide but it is a lonely landslide Democratic majorities in Congress increase..

c. 1972 (11/24): Socorro Dove is declared extinct in Revillagigedo, Mexico, by wildlife experts, sparking international attention,...

c. 1972 (12/7): "El Cruzado", "La Aguilla Roja" and "Goliat" battle against a series of human experiments by the Luciferian Crusade in Guatemala City, Guatemala,...

c. 1972 (12/30): Chinese PLA agent Xi Li, along with several martial arts masters, uncovers a massive operation of the "Luciferian Crusade" while in Rome, Italy, sparking international attention,....

c. 1973: Ant-Man (Marvel Comics) disappears into sub-atomic Microverse, joining the Micronauts in its adventures,....

c.1973: Gulbuddin Hekmatyar establishes the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) in Kabul, Afghanistan, backed by both the "Luciferian Crusade" and the KGB,...

c. 1973 (1/14): The 1972 Havana Dolphins Swept a Perfect Season as they Defeat the Washington Redskins 14-7 to Capture Super Bowl VII

c. 1973 (1/16): Police officials in Purisima Canyon, California report finding a girl with apparent amnesia and no identification, wandering alone and no knowledge of how she got there,....

c. 1973 (2/17): Police officials report a second vigilante known as the "Dākuraidā" (a.k.a. "Dark Rider") launching a series of attacks against the "Luciferian Crusade"

c. 1973 (2/18): Hartley Patterson merges as the leader of the "Fellowship" movement at a gathering in Oxford, sparking international attention,....

c. 1973 (3/2): WHO/CDC officials approve the first antibody test regarding the spread and outbreak of "New Pox" in Atlanta, Georgia,....

c. 1973 (3/30): William F. Buckley hosts a debate between Lieutenant Samantha Deveraux and Conservative Phyllis Schlafly in Los Angeles, California over the merits of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA),....

c. 1973 (5/23): Commander Nicholaos Pappas leads a "Luciferian Crusade" backed mutiny against the Greek military junta, overthrowing the government in Athens, Greece, sparking international attention....

c. 1973 (7/13): CIA Agent/ Fashion model "Nefertiti Williams" uncovers "Luciferian Crusade" opium fields outside of Ankara, Turkey....

c. 1973 (7/16): Debuted a New Game Show on NBC Called The Wizard of Odds hosted by Alex Trebek in which he became the First Canadian to host an American Game Show

c. 1973 (7/20): Actor Bruce Lee is hospitalized while filming in Hong Kong, sparking internatinal attention,...

c. 1973 (7/23): Chinese PLA agent Xi Li battles the "Luciferian Crusade" in Hong Kong, after uncovering a biological weapons plot,...

c. 1973 (7/26): "El Cruzado" and "La Aguilla Roja" uncover a series of human experiments by the Luciferian Crusade in Tegucigalpa, Honduras,....

c. 1973 (8/9): "Mil y Una Caras" (a.k.a. "1,001 Faces") launches a "blood oath of vengeance" against the Luciferian Crusade in Coyocoan, Mexico, after the death of a friend,....

c. 1973 (8/31): Jack Williams and Cole "Super Freak" Johnson battle the "Luciferian Crusade" after they launch several attacks in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1973 (9/22-24): President Richard M. Nixon and Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev secretly propose a ceasefire with the "Luciferian Crusade" during a conference in Geneva, Switzerland....

c. 1973 (10/10): Vice-President Agnew resigns due to tax evasion while Governor of Maryland, but he was also an agent of the Crusade giving them access to limited intel that the Nixon White House gave Agnew...

c. 1973 (10/11): Residents of Pascagoula, Mississippi panic after Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker disappear after reporting a UFO sighting,

c. 1973 (10/19): A 2-year old child mysteriously appears in Wenatchee Lake, Washington, with no memory or reports of missing children in the area, sparking national attention,...

c. 1973 (11/1): World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) forces are deployed into Istanbul, Turkey, battling forces of the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention,...

c. 1973 (11/2): Major Ronald Reid-Daly begins recruiting soldiers as part of the "Selous Scouts" intially for the Rhodesian white-minority government, but ultimately as a means to recruit forces for the "Luciferian Crusade". Also on this day, Halliburton Corporation announces the discovery of oil resources along the Ross Sea region of Antarctica, sparking international attention ,...

c. 1973 (12/10): CIA Agent Washington King uncovers "Luciferian Crusade" cells in Macau and Hong Kong, sparking tensions with China,....

c.1974: Angered over India's nuclear weapons test, Agha Hasan Abedi, BCCI, begins laundering money to Pakistan to finance its nuclear weapons program...

c.1974: American members of the "Luciferian Crusade" led by Willis Carto form "Youth in Action" (YIA), while members led by William Pierce form the "Global Alliance" (GA)...

c. 1974: Doctor Heirich Eldeman unveils "the Beast", a massive supercomputer aimed at the economic administration of the European Common Market in Brussels, Belgium...

c.1974- MI5 Deputy-Director Peter Wright is forced to resign after publicly wrongly accusing Prime Minister Harold Wilson of being a spy for the "Luciferian Crusade" in London, England

c. 1974: Where's The Fire? (ABC-TV) sitcom, makes its hit television series debut, sparking national attention...

c. 1974 (1/18): Former NASA astronaut Rex Dart is deployed by the CIA to serve as a secret agent in the field from Langley, Virginia, after being outfitted with cybernetic weapons...

c. 1974 (2/7): "El Cruzado", "La Aguilla Roja" and "Goliat" battle against a series of human experiments by the Luciferian Crusade in Managua, Nicaragua,...

c. 1974 (2/17): Jonathan Simons emerges as leader of the "Fellowship" movement in London, England, sparking international attention,...

c. 1974 (2/18): Doctor Jose Delgado demonstrates the "stimoceiver implant" at Yale University Medical Scool, launching a "neural implant" revolution,...

c. 1974 (4/18): Piper PA-23 Aztec collides with a Court Line BAC One-Eleven 518 G-AXMJ at London Luton Airport, killing 93 people in the process, sparking national attention,....

c. 1974 (4/19): "Flirty-Fishing" (a.k.a. evangelistic religious prostitution) is promoted by David Berg in Oakland, California to recruit youth into evangelical Christianity,....

c. 1974 (4/25): "Mil y Una Caras" (a.k.a. "1,001 Faces") battles against human experiments by the Luciferian Crusade in Texcoco, Mexico,...

c. 1974 (4/26): American CIA Agent Rex Dart is deployed into the Andes Mountains, in Peru in an effort to obtain a fallen spy satellite....

c. 1974 (5/19): "Luciferian Crusade" members led by Carlo Maria Maggi and Maurizio Tramonte are implicated in the Piazza della Loggia bombing in Brescia, Italy, fueling tensions throughout Europe....

c. 1974 (5/20): Roman Catholic Church is scandalized after Cardinal François Hollandeis pictured with a prostitute in Paris, France,...

c. 1974 (5/24): The Camp of the Saints produced by the Luciferian Crusade is released, featuring an unknown Ted Nugent unknowingly starring in the film,...

c. 1974 (5/29): British Ministry of Health report an outbreak of "New Pox" in Yorkshire, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1974 (6/8): "Luciferian Crusade" Chairman Stefano delle Chiaie publishes his "Ten-Point Plan", proclaiming the agenda of the organization as a means of "liberation from chaos"....

c. 1974 (6/13-7/7): FIFA World Cup is held in London, England, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1974 (6/19): The Sacred Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, are called upon to investigate suspected "Luciferian Crusade" cells in an encyclical by the leadership of the College of Cardinals, sparkng international attention...

c. 1974 (7/1) - NBC Debuted a New Game Show called High Rollers hosted by Alex Trebek

c. 1974 (8/22): The Barbara Eden Show (ABC-TV) sitcom series starring Barbara Eden makes its hit series debut,....

c. 1974 (8/25): U.S. and Mexican border patrol agents report the crash of a plane at Coyame, Chihuahua, sparking international attention,.....

c. 1974 (9/2): With Season 3 of The Price is Right starts on CBS, They Started Using some Top 40 Songs of That Day as Prize Cues, That Turned Out to be a Success as they continued to be using as Prize Cues on The Show Today.

c. 1974 (9/13-15): Oxonmoot; Thousands of "Fellowship" members gather at Oxford University, clashing with police and university officials,....

c. 1974 (10/12): Japanese government officials are scandalized after the vigilante "Dākuraidā" (a.k.a. "Dark Rider") is killed exposing the "Luciferian Crusade" links to corporations throughout Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 1974 (10/19): Brazilian police officials in Brasilia , Brazil report the presence of the Japanese vigilante "Dākuraidā" (a.k.a. "Dark Rider"), sparking international tensions between the two countries,...

c. 1974 (11/2): Nightstalker, DC Comics "anti-hero" premiere character makes his hit debut in Adventure Comics,....

c. 1974 (11/22): "Luciferian Crusade" Chairman Stefano delle Chiaie demands observer status for the organization, before the United Nations in New York City, New York....

c.1975- CIA Deputy-Director James J. Angleton resigns amidst reports of CIA counterintelligence operations against "Luciferian Crusade" on American soil revealed in Washington Post and New York Times,....

c.1975: Secret Army for Liberation of Armenia is established by Ion Pacepa at the behest of the "Luciferian Crusade" in an effort to antagonize the Soviet military....

c.1975: Luciferian crusade agents assassinate Haitian dictator Jean-Claude Duval, throwing Haiti into turmoil

c. 1975: First known instance of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs is reported by police in Ariake District in Tokyo, Japan,....

c.1975-Ilich Ramírez Sánchez (a.k.a. "Carlos the Jackal") is recruited into the "Luciferian Crusade" in Amman, Jordan....

c. 1975: (1/2): "Mil y Una Caras" (a.k.a. "1,001 Faces") battles against the Luciferian Crusade in Antigua, Guatemala,....

c. 1975(1/12): Construction begins on the English Channel Tunnel between Folkestone, Kent, Great Britain and Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, France, sparking international attention...

c. 1975 (1/14): Star Trek (CBS-TV) episode "Three Captains" features the appearence of Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner), Captain William Decker (Stephen Collins) and Captain Christopher Pike (Jeffey Hunter)

c. 1975 (2/8): Carlos Alberto Arcila, known narco leader makes a truce with the Luciferian Crusade to exchange drugs for weapons and provisions. Furthermore, there will be combined attacks by Arcila's gang and some elements of the Crusade.

c. 1975 (3/19): First drug approved for the treatment of "New Pox" is announced by WHO health officials in Geneva, Switzerland,....

c. 1975 (3/21): Louis the Bear animated feature by Walt Disney, featuring the voice of acclaimed jazz singer Louis Prima, makes its hit debut

c. 1975 (4/5): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) assists the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) in its efforts against the Luciferian Crusade cells led by "Tetsujin Kamen"....

c. 1975 (4/19): Una,The Cavewoman (RC Comics) sparks controversy with its female character, and overt sexuality,....

c. 1975 (5/19): Yum Cola launches the "Yum Cola" taste test in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after it is determined that

c. 1975 (5/28): "La Aguilla Roja" battles against the Luciferian Crusade along the Calle Chimalpopoca, Mexico City, Mexico in a massive gun battle,...

c. 1975 (6/1): The Department (Marvel Comics), Marvel superhero team is created, a group of minor New York based heroes as part of a new NYPD hero unit....

c. 1975 (7/11): CIA Agent/ Fashion model "Nefertiti Williams" uncovers a "Luciferian Crusade" human slavery network, based in Hong Kong, and with links in Manila, Philippines,...

c. 1975 (7/24) Members of the US Congress announce that they formerly protest the comic Una, The Cavewoman (RC Comics). Most congress members protesting are either liberal, women or members of the religious right.

c. 1975 (7/26): British MI6 agent Lee Pendrake disappears in Tokyo, Japan after battling the "Luciferian Crusade" with American and Japanese agents,....

c. 1975 (7/30-12/31): Banqiao Drought; Chinese officials report c. 230,000 deaths due to drought, after water fails to feed crops throughout China and Taiwan, sparking international attention,.....

c. 1975 (8/10): French entrepreneurs Georges Mougin and Paul-Emile Victor announce the creation of ITI Company ( Iceberg Transport International) in Paris, France, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1975 (8/21): Residents of Gallipoli, Turkey report seeing a strange UFO, over the former WWI battlefield site, sparking NATO response,...

c. 1975 (9/4): Anti-Asian Riots erupt at the Tucker Corporation Plant in Ypsilanti, Michigan, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1975 (9/5-7): Oxonmoot II; Thousands of "Fellowship" members gather at Oxford University, clashing with police and university officials,....

c. 1975 (10/4): Space: 1999 (RC Comics), based on the Gerry Anderson television series makes its hit debut, featuring the adventures of the lost space station,....

c. 1975 (10/8): Female biker gang "Black Valkyries" led by Trina Richardson, uncovers a plot by the "Luciferian Crusade" to poison the nation's food supply, in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1975 (11/5): Travis Walton vanishes in the forest near Turkey Springs, AZ. His fellow loggers state he was abducted by a UFO...

c. 1975 (11/8): The news that a man was abducted by a UFO spreads fast and has brought ufologists and the national media to the small town of Snowflake, Arizona. Police units and volunteers are still looking for Walton...

c. 1975 (11/9): Riga Uprising; Soviet Naval Captain Valery Sablin launches a mutiny, defecting to the "Luciferian Crusade" in protest of the growing corruption of the Soviet government in Riga, Latvia SSR....

c. 1975 (11/10): Travis Walton calls the home of a friend and is discovered at a gas station, in a terrified state...

c. 1975 (11/11): Walton's return makes national news. Also in the hospital doctors notice the following: A small red dot on Walton's elbow, a complete lack of ketones in the urine, and a lack of bruising around the dot injection site....

c. 1975 (12/27): "Burakku Oni" (a.k.a. "Black Demon"), backed by the "Luciferian Crusade" takes over the Japanese criminal underworld in a bloody coup in Tokyo,.....

c. 1976: West German Defense Minister Heidrun Hofer is exposed as a "Luciferian Crusade" member in Bonn, West Germany;....

c. 1976 (1/5): Nuclear meltdown in Jaslovské Bohunice, Czechoslovakia, sparking civil unrest and panic throughout Eastern and Central Europe.....

c. 1976 (1/6): Hundreds of peoplle are hospitalized in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo after a massive algal bloom, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1976 (1/14): CIA agent Cleo Brown is outfitted with cybernetic weapons and deployed into the field from Arlington, Virginia,...

c. 1976 (2/4-15): The XIIth Winter Olympics are held in Denver, Colorado, sparking international attention,...

c. 1976 (3/14): Archaeological digs begin in the Judean Hills of the Wadi Qumran, amidst reports of possible religious artifacts in the region,....

c. 1976 (3/31): President Gerald Ford and Admiral Harriman Nelson launch the USS Seaview at Annapolis, Maryland, amidst concerns about the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1976 (5/1): "Sadie's" announces plans for chain expansion throughout the South, during a press conference in Shreveport, Louisiana,...

c. 1976 (5/30): Johnny Rutherford won the 1976 Indianapolis 500 in which Rain Shortened the Race to a 102 Laps in this event.

c. 1976 (6/1): Reverend Dean Johnson launches "Day of Hope" prayer rally in Yankee Stadium in New York City, New York,....

c. 1976 (6/9): "Foxforce" members Debbie Rogers, Martha Camp, and Sylvia Wong uncover a human slavery network in Manila, Philippines,....

c. 1976 (7/3): Astronaut Rutherford Washington is interviewed by author Alex Haley, which is eventually added into a chapter of Roots: The Saga of an American Family, as an example of how far the African-American community had come,....

c. 1976 (9/4): Guam becomes the 52nd State of the Union, after a referendum, with Hagåtña named as the capital, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1976 (9/17): Trekkies, fans of Star Trek, protest the launch of the transorbital bomber Enterprise at Cape Canaveral, Florida,....

c. 1976 (9/30): Snip (NBC-TV) sitcom starring David Brenner and Lesley Ann Warren, makes its hit television series debut,...

c. 1976 (10/6): Cubana Flight 455; Cuban Power guerillas are blamed for the bombing of the civilian airliner in Havana, Cuba, killing 86 people,....

c. 1976 (10/14): WHO/ CDC officials report an outbreak of H1N1 influenza at Fort Dix, New Jersey, fueling rumors of a Luciferian Crusade attack,...

c. 1976 (10/26): WHO officials report an outbreak of "New Pox" in Merca, Somalia, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1976 (11/2): Governor Jimmy Carter is elected President over President Gerald Ford...

c. 1976 (11/4): Star Trek (CBS-TV) "Planet of the Titans" guest stars Japanese actor Toshiro Mifune, as the Klingon Admiral Rakko...

c. 1976 (12/3): Doctor Who: The Motion Picture debuts in theaters, starring Patrick Troughton as the Doctor and Fraizer Hanes as Jamie McCrimmon, who sacrifices himself to save the universe. Critics and fans call this one, "The Slow-Motion Picture," because it is slow and boring...

c. 1976 (12/29): New York Times reports on alleged anti-Semitic beliefs of Reverend Dean Johnson, by Rabbi A. James Rudin in New York City, New York,...

c.1977- European leaders led by Italian PM Aldo Moro meet in Strasbourg, Switzerland, warning of the rise of a multinational terrorist organization...

c. 1977: Ernst Zündel begins distribution of "Luciferian Crusade" materials throughout Canada and the United States....

c. 1977: Soccer player Pele sparks an international craze for soccer in New York City, New York, popularizing the sport within the United States....

c. 1977: Over the community of Colares, Brazil UFO's supposedly attack citizens.

c. 1977: Benjamin Creme proclaims coming of Maitreya, "Luciferian Crusade" leader as a prophet, during a mass in London, England, sparking international attention....

c. 1977 (1/20): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims,"During this generation the systems of capitalism and socialism will collapse,..."

c. 1977 (2/5): CIA Agent James Sand prevents the assassination of the Chinese leadership in Beijing, fueling ties between the United States and China,...

c. 1977 (4/9): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) begins experiments on human subjects in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 1977 (4/21): A Waltz for Willie Ryan play by Jack Cassidy makes its hit Broadway debut,....

c. 1977 (7/3): Montreal Alouettes K Don Sweet scored 6 Field Goals as the Montreal Alouettes of the Intercontinental Football League defeated New York Giants 38-7 as they enter the National Football League at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ.

c. 1977 (7/6): The Natural Look (NBC-TV) starring Bill Bixby and Barbara Feldon makes its hit television series debut...

c. 1977 (7/7): "Fellowship" members announce charity efforts, in an effort to appeal for mainstream support for the subculture in London, England; Also on this day, Doctor L. Ron Hubbard begins advising the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) with his research into criminal behavior in Washington D.C.,..

c. 1977 (8/30): New York Mayor Abraham Beame is assassinated by Aron Kay in New York City, New York,....

c. 1977 (10/18): The Uncanny X-Men & The Legion of Superheroes (DC Comics/Marvel Comics) comic book crossover mini-series by Chris Claremont and Dave Cockrum, makes its hit debut,....

c. 1977 (11/6): California State Senator John V. Briggs(R-CA) is assassinated in Sacramento, California, VESPER takes credit for the killing,...

c. 1977 (11/18): Cuban leader Manuel Artime dies of cancer, amidst rumors of political assassination in Havana, fueling civil unrest and panic nationwide...

c. 1977 (11/27): "Fellowship of the Ring" rallies are held in major cities across Great Britain and the United States with the broadcast of The Hobbit directed by Ralph Bakshi, on NBC-TV (U.S.) and BBC-TV

c.1978: Louis Darquier de Pellepoix begins recruiting members for the "Luciferian Crusade" in Paris, France, calling the Holocaust a "Jewish hoax"...

c.1978- Iraqi Communist Party General-Secretary Aziz Muhammad launching a revolt, in resistance to Saddam Hussein,...

c.1978- Prime Minister Aldo Moro is assassinated by "Luciferian Crusade" members in Rome, Italy;...

c.1978- Defense Minister Hans Otto Meyer is revealed as a "Luciferian Crusade" member in Oslo, Norway; sparking fears of compromised NATO security,...

c.1978- British Ministry of Defense led by General Sir John Hackett and Sir Anthony Farrar-Hockley call for massive reforms in NATO security measures against the "Luciferian Crusade" in London, England,...

c. 1978: Star Trek: Phase II (PTN-TV) starring William Shatner, Stephen Collins, and Persis Khambatta, makes its hit series debut....

c. 1978 (3/11): Star Wars: A New Hope debuts, it revolves around a Republic threatened by a Terrorist alliance called the "Sith Alliance" led by the Evil Darth Vader and a young boy named Anakin Skywalker being drawn into the conflict

c. 1978 (3/15): Arab League governments file a protest at the United Nations General Assembly, claiming that they are not state-sponsors of the "Luciferian Crusade" in New York City, New York...

c. 1978 (3/21) : Random Comics "They will Rock You, Until You Surrender", alien invaders , modeled on the real-life band Queen launch an invasion of Earth, ....

c.1978 (3/23): Chinese PLA agent Xi Li foils an assassination attempt against Chinese leaders by the "Luciferian Crusade" in Beijing, China,...

c. 1978 (4/1): Australian entrepreneur Dick Smith announces the transport of icebergs from Antarctica to Sydney, Australia, sparking international attention,...

c. 1978 (4/24): NBC Debuted a New Game Show called Card Sharks hosted by Jim Perry and is announced by Gene Wood

c. 1978 (5/14): With the Chicago Cubs losing 7–5 to the Los Angeles Dodgers, Dave Kingman hits a two run home run with two outs in the ninth inning to send the game into extra innings. Kingman, who had also homered in the sixth, hits his third home run of the day in the fifteenth inning to give the Cubs a 10–7 victory over the Dodgers at Dodger Stadium, and end his day with eight RBIs. Following the game, Paul Olden, a reporter for radio station KLAC in Los Angeles asks Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, "What's your opinion of Kingman's performance?" during his post-game interview. Lasorda goes off in a now famous obscenity laced tirade.

c. 1978 (6/1-25): FIFA World Cup is held in Mexico City, Mexico, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1978 (7/7): CIA Agent James Sand and MI6 Agent Trevor Attkinson, foil an attempt by the "Luciferian Crusade" to detonate a nuclear warhead in Los Angeles, California,...

c. 1978 (7/16): Local campers near Mount St. Helen's, Washington, report the presence of a "Bigfoot", sparking national attention and publicity,....

c. 1978 (7/23): Japanese Yakuza boss Kazuo Taoka is assassinated in Tokyo, Japan after revealing "Luciferian Crusade" infiltration of the government. Also on this day, Commander Arne Treholt establishes the "Ninjatroppen", under orders from King Olaf V in Oslo, Norway in an effort to combat the Luciferian Crusade,...

c. 1978 (8/19): A young boy is found wandering the streets of Aylesbeare, Devon, England with apparent memory loss and no memory of how he arrived there,....

c. 1978 (8/24): Residents of Sunderland, England report a mysterious rain of sand eels, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1978 (9/1): American intelligence officials uncover evidence of Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)), during operations in the Pacific Rim, sparking national attention,....

c. 1978 (9/7): The "Boston Massacre" begins. The Boston Red Sox enter today's opening game of a four game series in Boston with a four game lead over the New York Yankees; a lead which had been fourteen games just weeks earlier. The Yankees defeat the Red Sox 15–3, and go on to sweep the series, erasing the Red Sox lead in the American League East Division.

c. 1978 (9/18): Alameda High School was excited to bring a Vocal Drill Team to be a Reality after a few of years trying, a new Vocal Drill Team known as the Hornettes performed for the First Time in a Assembly taking place at the Hornet Gym at Alameda High School

c. 1978 (9/24): Cale Yarborough won the 1978 Old Dominion 500 at Martinsville Speedway driving the #11 1st National City Travelers Checks Oldsmobile, Benny Parsons who drove the Same Sponsor in a Chevrolet driving the #72 came in 3rd but Darrell Waltrip driving the #88 Gatorade Chevrolet finished second.

c. 1978 (10/1): Led by home runs from Rick Burleson and Jim Rice, and Luis Tiant's two-hit pitching, the Boston Red Sox shut out the Toronto Blue Jays 5–0 at Fenway Park, closing out the regular season with an eight-game winning streak. They will have to play a one-game playoff at Fenway the very next day against the New York Yankees, whom they had led by as many as 14 games in July, as the Cleveland Indians and Rick Waits defeat the Yankees 9–2 at Yankee Stadium. News of the Indians' victory is announced on Fenway Park's video screen with the words "THANK YOU, RICK WAITS – GAME TOMORROW."

c. 1978 (10/21): Frederick Valentich disappears while piloting a Cessna 182L over Bass Strait in Australia. He is recorded with numerous encounters with a strange aircraft. In the end he says "It is not an aircraft..." before the radio goes silent.

c. 1978: (11/14-11/28) United Nations Security Council holds a conference regarding the "Luciferian Crusade" in New York City, New York, in an effort to inform world leaders as to their efforts...

c. 1978 (11/15): Fellowship Riots; Riots led by members of "Fellowship of the Ring" erupt at movie theaters across the United States and Great Britain featuring The Lord of the Rings directed by Ralph Bakshi, as purists express their anger over the adaptation,....

c.1978: (11/18) Jonestown Massacre; "Luciferian Crusade" leader Jim Jones along 914 members of his cell commit suicide in Jonestown, Guiana before American troops can capture them...

c. 1978 (12/20): Devendra Nath Pandey and Bhola Nath Pandey bomb Indian Airlines flight IC-410 over Uttar Pradesh, Indi, sparking international attention and concern,....

c.1979- Phoolan Devi of Uttar Pradesh, India is recruited into the "Luciferian Crusade", becoming one of the highest-ranked females in the group...

c.1979- Siege of Mecca; Luciferian Crusade-backed Al-Masjid al-Haram guerillas, led by Juhayman al-Otaibi launch an abortive coup, calling for a "new world order"....

c.1979: How to Prosper During the Coming Bad Years by Howard Ruff, became a major bestseller, promoting a survivalist lifestyle.....

c.1979: Mr. Dugan (CBS-TV) sitcom starring Cleavon Little makes its hit series debut, sparking national attention...

c.1979: FBI agents report that William David McCalden has begun recruiting youth after a convention in Las Vegas, Nevada....

c.1979: Senator Harrison A. Williams (D-NJ) is exposed as an agent of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1979: Atlas Shrugged (NBC-TV) mini-series based on the novel by Ayn Rand, starring Michael Douglas, Farrah Fawcett, and Billy Dee Williams makes its hit debut....

c. 1979 (1/21) : Super Bowl XIII took place as the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 35-31

c. 1979 (1/29): Joshua Nkomo (a.k.a. "Father Zimbabwe") is brutally assassinated by "Luciferian Crusade" forces in Harare, Zimbabwe, sparking civil unrest and panic throughout the region...

c. 1979 (2/3): FBI officials begin joint operations with Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) against the Luciferian Crusade in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 1979 (2/7): Supertrain (NBC-TV) makes it's hit Television debut on NBC.

c. 1979 (2/18): Richard Petty won the Daytona 500 it was the first Daytona 500 to be televised flag-to-flag by CBS Sports but in the Final Lap of the 1979 Daytona 500 as Donnie Allison was leading the race on the Final Lap with Cale Yarborough drafting him tightly. As Yarborough attempted a slingshot pass at the end of the backstretch, Allison attempted to block him. Yarborough refused to give ground and as he pulled alongside Allison, his left side tires left the pavement and went into the wet and muddy infield grass. Yarborough lost control of his car and contacted Allison's car halfway down the backstretch. As both drivers tried to regain control, their cars made contact three more times before locking together and crashing into the outside wall in turn three. After the cars settled in the infield grass (short of the finish line), Donnie Allison and Yarborough began to argue. After they stopped arguing, Bobby Allison, who was one lap down at that point, stopped, and a fight broke out. Richard Petty, who was over half a lap behind before the incident, went on to win to the Race

c. 1979 (3/1): Following the Success of Alameda High School's Vocal Drill Team, Encinal High School decided to bring in the Vocal Drill Team Game for an upcoming September Launch.

c. 1979 (3/30): Star Trek: Phase II (PTN-TV) "Path to Glory" has former astronaut Rutherford Washington star as "Admiral Stableford" who calls upon Starfleet to remember its role of exploration rather warfare....

c. 1979 (4/11): Initial discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls takes place in Qumran, Israel, as part of a archaeological dig in the region; Also on this day, World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) establishes a covert base outside of Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE) in an effort to combat the Luciferian Crusade at an area dubbed "Area 13"...

c. 1979 (4/13): Good Friday Massacre; Robert Mugabe is brutally assassinated in Harare, Zimbabwe, plunging the region into sectarian and ethnic violence...

c. 1979 (4/15): "Sadie's" reports 17 "Slow Food/Home Cooking" restaurants in operation, with the headquarters in Shreveport, Louisiana,....

c. 1979 (4/19): Residents of Dartford, England report a case of "spontaneous human combustion", sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1979 (4/25): London Riots; Riots erupt n London , England at a concert organized by VESPER, clashing with local residents and police officials,...

c. 1979 (5/5): Supertrain (NBC-TV) becomes the highest rated show on American television.

c. 1979 (5/19): Underground radio broadcasts of The Lord of the Rings by a group called the Mind's Eye in New York City, New York,....

c. 1979 (5/24): Car Wash (NBC-TV) starring Danny Aiello, Stuard Pankin and Hilary Beane, makes its hit television series debut....

c. 1979 (5/25): Starter Ross Baumgarten and reliever Randy Scarbery pitched the first combined one-hitter in Chicago White Sox history, defeating Nolan Ryan and the California Angels, 6–1, at Comiskey Park.

c. 1979 (5/26): Buffalo Soldiers (PTN-TV) Western series, focusing on the lives of African-American soldiers in the Wild West, starring John Beck, Stan Shaw, and Richard Carson,...

c. 1979 (5/27): "The Flying Hawaiian" Danny Ongais dominated the Indianapolis 500 and won by driving a Penske powered by a special Porsche-built pure racing pushrod engine. He was so dominant, that USAC changed the rule to basically eliminate it in 1980.

c. 1979 (6/8): Doctor Who II: The Wrath of Kal, starring Patrick Troughton, Jeremy Young and Kim Basinger as the half-alien hybrid, makes its hit debut in theaters...

c.1979: (6/25) NATO Supreme Allied Commander (SAC) General Alexander Haig is assassinated by "Luciferian Crusade" members...

c. 1979 (7/21): A NASCAR Winston Cup Race taking place at Shasta Speedway in Anderson, CA for the (insert race name here) as Bill Schmitt driving the #73 Western Racing Associates Pontiac won defeating Cale Yarborough driving the #11 Busch Oldsmobile by 0.5 Seconds

c. 1979 (8/12): The Manatee High School Sugar Canes got their First Vocal Drill Team to Hit #1 with a Disco Song on Radio Stations across the Central Florida area with "Hurricane Hustle" the lead singer at the Time was Cindy Ayers.

c. 1979 (8/22): "Luciferian Crusade" agents kidnap Italian banker Michele Sindona in Rome, Italy, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1979 (9/7): The first cable sports channel, ESPN, known as the Entertainment Sports Programming Network, is launched.

c. 1979 (9/10): Encinal High School Fields a Vocal Drill Team with 30 Members donned in Blue Long Sleeved Leotards and Pom Pons, Their Setlist includes a few Disco Songs however the Jets performed well and they later performed in the 1979 Island Bowl with the Alameda Hornettes (however the Jets will later beat the Hornets to 13-7 in the 1979 Island Bowl at Thompson Field). Also on this day, Action Bot syndicated animated series based on the toyline by Yamato Toys, makes its hit debut,....

c. 1979 (9/22): "Luciferian Crusade" detonate a nuclear weapon in the Kalahari Desert, sparking international attention throughout Sub-Saharan Africa...

c. 1979 (10/10): The Cave of Time video game by Edward Packard, makes its hit debut, becoming a major bestseller...

c. 1979 (10/17): Mary Leakey uncovers the remains of 3.75 million year old "Lucy" in the Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, sparking international debate about evolution,...

c. 1979 (10/28): A NASCAR Winston Cup Race took place at Sears Point International Raceway in Sonoma, CA for the (insert race name here) won by Richard Petty driving the #43 STP Chevrolet

c. 1979 (10/30): English Channel Tunnel is completed between Folkestone, Kent, Great Britain and Coquelles, Pas-de-Calais, France, "Luciferian Crusade" agents attempt to disrupt the inaugural ceremonies....

c. 1979 (11/3): "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas battle police officials in Greensboro, North Carolina, sparking international attention,....

c. 1979 (11/4): The Rams broke out of a mid-season slump by holding the Seahawks to minus-7 yards of total offense, only two pass completions, and only one first down for the entire game. However, starting quarterback Pat Haden broke the index finger on his throwing hand late in the third quarter and would be lost for the remainder of the season. The defensive gem still stands as the record for fewest total yards allowed by a team in an NFL contest, coming against a Seahawk team which averaged 375 yards in its other fifteen games as the Los Angeles Rams defeated the Seattle Seahawks 24-0.

c. 1979 (11/5): Local voters in San Francisco, California approve a measure allowing the creation of "hashish bars" on a limited basis, starting in the Haight-Ashbury District...

c. 1979 (11/7): Health officials report an outbreak of "New Pox" in Stockholm, Sweden, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1979 (11/18): The 1979 NASCAR Winston Cup Season Closed Out at Ontario Motor Speedway for the 1979 Los Angeles Times 500 as Benny Parsons won driving the #27 M.C. Anderson Chevrolet as for Richard Petty he won the 1979 NASCAR Winston Cup Championship Title.

c. 1979 (12/24): Soviet officials establish Krasnyye Mesta (KM) "The Red Vengeance") as a special forces unit, in an effort to combat the threat by the "Luciferian Crusade" in Moscow...
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c. 1980: Police officials in Sapporo, Japan battle against agents of the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention and concern....

c. 1980: The Alpha Strategy by John Pugsley, becomes a major bestseller, promoting a survivalist lifestyle...

c.1980- "Luciferian Crusade" agent General Kenan Evren overthrows the government in Ankara, Turkey; sparking turmoil in the region,...

c.1980: Cobra agents launch a successful counter-coup against the Islamic revolution in Iran

c. 1980: Accidental discovery of energetically-efficient muon-generation (EEMG).

c.1980-1988- BCCI begins weapons purchases and sales for Iraq, during the Iran-Iraq War, laundering billions of dollars in the process...

c. 1980 (1/3): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims,"The actual movement of world events as prophesied WARNS US that all this MAY now occur in the decade we entered day before yesterday..."

c. 1980 (1/13): The 1980 NASCAR Winston Cup Season kicks off at Riverside International Raceway for the Winston Western 500 as Darrell Waltrip driving the #88 Gatorade Chevrolet won that event, Dale Earnhardt in the #2 Chevrolet for Rod Osterlund finished 2nd.

c. 1980 (1/27): The First Golden State Drill Team Championship is held with the Carlsbad Lancerettes winning in the Jazz Category and Pom Category with Lead Singer Lisa Flores. Also on this day, The Martian Chronicles (RC Comics) based on the NBC-TV/BBC-TV mini-series of the Ray Bradbury novel, makes its debut as a comic,....

c. 1980 (1/31): Space & Beyond video game by R.A. Montgomery, makes its hit debut, becoming a major bestseller....

c. 1980 (2/7): Supertrain (NBC-TV) is renewed for a second season.

c. 1980 (2/14-23): The XIIIth Winter Olympics are held in Gothenburg, Sweden, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1980 (3/19): Social conservatives led by Jerry Falwell condemn "government-sponsored weed" citing "medical marijuana" during a rally in Alexandria, Virginia, sparking national attention....

c. 1980(4/4): Easter Killer horror film starring Kevin Bacon, makes its hit debut, despite protests from religious organizations and parent groups,...

c. 1980 (4/10): Right Fielder Sixto Lezcano blasts a Grand Slam home run for the Milwaukee Brewers against the Nashville Sounds on Opening Day in the bottom of the 9th Inning to win the game, making him the first player to accomplish this feat in two straight years. Lezacano hit a grand-slammer the previous year on opening day too.

c. 1980 (4/14): Apocalypse Now! directed by Francis Ford Coppola, wins the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California,...

c. 1980 (4/15): "Sadie's" announces that it will be paying full health benefits to its employees, with the expansion of the "Slow Food" chain to 33 restaurants, with headquarters in Shreveport, Louisiana,...

c. 1980 (4/19): A mysterious car and the bodies of an elderly with no identification yet registered for Miami, Florida appears in Brunswick City, Georgia, baffling local authorities,...

c. 1980 (5/2): Musicians Rick James and Prince perform at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York to a sold-out audience,.....

c. 1980 (5/6): Harold Covington proclaims himself a leader within the "Luciferian Crusade" during a rally in Greensboro, North Carolina,...

c. 1980 (5/8): World Health Assembly warns that "New Pox" is a public health crisis, during a press conference in New York City, New York; Also on this day, The Luciferian Crusade proclaims in a broadcast by Bernhard Rogge that it has control of the Spear of Longinus (a.k.a. the Holy Lance) in Berlin, Germany, fueling sectarian tensions throughout Europe,...

c. 1980 (5/11): Second Fellowship Riots; Riots erupt in major cities across Great Britain and the United States over the broadcast of The Return of the King directed by Jules Bass,...

c. 1980 (5/25): Johnny Rutherford won the 1980 Indianapolis 500 driving for Chaparral Racing.

c. 1980 (6/15): Torricelli Act is signed into law, banning U.S. corporations from trading with nations that trade with the "Luciferian Crusade" by President Jimmy Carter in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1980 (6/22): The 1980 NASCAR Winston Cup Series invaded to the Central Coast of California for the Monterey 300 at Laguna Seca Raceway as Jimmy Insolo won driving the #9 Palmer Glass Oldsmobile.

c. 1980 (6/26): Doctor L. Ron Hubbard is praised for his efforts in aiding the U.S. intelligence community, during a ceremony in Boulder, Colorado, sparking national attention,....

c. 1980 (7/16): The Guam Rail is declared extinct in Rota, Guam, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1980 (7/17): "Luciferian Crusade"-backed guerillas overthrow the government in Bolivia, despite repreated warnings to World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) in Taipei, Taiwan....

c. 1980 (8/21): Residents of Templemore, County Tipperary, Ireland report religious statues and paintings bleeding, sparking international attention,...

c. 1980 (9/12): "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas overthrow the government in Ankara, Turkey, embarassing the Carter Administration even further....

c. 1980 (9/25-26): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) is held in San Antonio, Texas, sparking national attention and concern,...

c.1980- Oktoberfest Putsch; "Cobra" agent Heinz Lembke launches an abortive attempt at a political coup against the government in Munich, West Germanty;...

c. 1980 (10/4): "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas launch a series of bombings in Paris, France, sparking international attention and concern; Also on this day, Led Zeppelin sparks controversy after condemning British military action in the Falkland Islands.....

c. 1980 (11/14): The Pacific Connection starring Dean Stockwell, Guy Madison and Nancy Kwan, introduces audiences to "Escrima"...

c. 1980 (11/18): Action Bot syndicated animated series based on the toyline by Yamato Toys, ends its syndicated run,....

c. 1980 (12/26): The first night of the Rendlesham incident. A craft of unknown origin is reported. Various unusual events occur all over the base...

c. 1980 (12/28): The Second Night of the Rendlesham incident. This time even with more men and equipment various unusual events still occur at RAF Bentwaters airbase...

c. 1981: "Luciferian Crusade" establishes camps in "La Triple Frontera" the mountain and jungle area of Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay as a training ground for soldiers....

c. 1981: "Luciferian Crusade" recruit Pablo Escobar into their organaization and soon gain control of the Medellin cartel and influence in Colombia

c. 1981 (1/25): The Oakland Raiders won Super Bowl XV as they defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 27-10

c. 1981 (2/7): In a controversial move, the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) begins expanding operations against the Luciferian Crusade in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 1981 (2/17): Pope John Paul II calls for the end of the "Luciferian Crusade" during mass in the Vatican City, sparking a renewed "spiritual offensive"....

c. 1981 (2/20): Random Comics "The Time Line theft!" in a time-travel story, spinning off from Wander the Wastes and Adventures of the 25th Century, criminals from the future are being sent into the past, in an effort to trigger the "Great Apocalypse".....

c. 1981 (3/1): Following the Cancellation Announcement of Name That Tune in 1981 after Stan Worth being killed in a Plane Crash at Santa Paula, CA on August 31st, they are talks that the Sound System (done by Dan Sawyer) will be performing with a Few Vocal Drill Teams in the 1981 Football Season. Also on this day, ESPN Showed the First NASCAR Winston Cup Race at North Carolina Motor Speedway in Rockingham, NC for the Carolina 500 which is won by Darrell Waltrip driving the #11 Mountain Dew Buick. Also on this day, Danger Council (DC Comics) by James Robinson, Supergirl organizes a team of superheroes after the Justice League and Teen Titans mysteriously disappear...

c. 1981 (3/8-8/30): The Shire Broadcasts; Underground members of the "Fellowship of the Ring" begin illegal radio broadcasts of The Lord of the Rings throughout Great Britain,....

c. 1981 (4/1): Almost American (NBC-TV) sitcom starring Rob Ari, Ernie Hudson, and Rosalind Chao makes its hit debut...

c. 1981 (4/17): Easter Killer II horror film sequel makes its hit debut, helping to secure the film franchise,...

c. 1981 (5/3): NASA officials write a letter to the International Spacecraft Convention (ISC) denying the existence of UFOs in Landers, California,....

c. 1981 (5/10): Sisang Tabak film starring "Eskrima" actress Orestes Ojeda serves to show that the Filipino martial art is friendly for female artists,...

c. 1981 (5/21): Licio Gelli exposes 962 members within the Italian government, suspected of being members of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Rome, Italy, sparking a massive scandal....

c. 1981 (5/27): While visiting the Seattle Kingdome, Sacramento Solons centerfielder Amos Otis hits a slow roller down the third base line in the sixth inning. Seattle Mariners third baseman Lenny Randle gets on his hands and knees and tries unsuccessfully to blow the ball foul.

c. 1981 (6/5): Doctor Who III: The Genesis Planet, starring Christopher Lloyd and Jon Pertwee as the newly regenerated Doctor, makes its hit debut...

c. 1981 (6/12): Star Wars: The Alliance Strikes Back debuts as a smash hit, many were shocked by the revelation that Darth Vader was Anakin Skywalker's brother

c. 1981 (6/28): Actor Ken Osmond, Leave It To Beaver, is revealed to be a porn actor (a.k.a. "Johnny Wad") after a police shootout in Hollywood, California,....

c. 1981 (7/17): Dear Teacher (NBC-TV) sitcom starring Melinda Culea and Ted Danson, makes its hit television series debut...

c. 1981 (7/29): The Marriage of Prince Charles of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer. It is televised to 750 million people globally...

c. 1981 (8/1): MTV Signed On with the First Song being "Video Killed The Radio Star" by The Buggles

c. 1981 (9/1): Actress Barbara Bach is fired from the Dukes of Hazzard (CBS-TV) after it is revealed to have a eating disorder in Los Angeles, California....

c. 1981 (9/10): Action Bot: Legions of Doom syndicated animated series based on the toyline by Yamato Toys, begins a darker themed storyline, making its hit series debut,...

c.1981: (9/15) General Frederick J. Kroesen, U.S. Army is assassinated in Heidelberg, West Germany, sparking international attention....

c. 1981 (9/17): Ric Flair defeats Dusty Rhodes to win his first World Heavyweight Wrestling Championship in Kansas City.

c. 1981 (9/25-26): Prince performs with the Rolling Stones in a sold-out performance at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,....

c. 1981 (10/3): Oklahoma City Drillers QB Jeff Enes got got 3 Completed Passes including 3 Touchdown Passes by Tinker Owens in a 30-23 win over the Topeka Scarecrows in a Plains Football Assiciation Game.

c.1981 (10/7) : President Ronald Reagan appoints U.S. General John K. Singlaub as Commander of the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1981 (10/10): Atari Corp. sponsors the first open video game tournament occurs in at the Citicorp Center in New York City, New York, attracting the attention of organized crime...

c. 1981 (10/28-11/4): Atari Corp. launches its World Tournament in Chicago, Illinois, fueling the attention of organized crime into the tournament scene...

c. 1981 (11/14): Representatives from 15 countries, including 10 European nations, participate in a video game tournament in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1981 (11/23): Luciferian Crusade agent Ilich Ramírez Sánchez (a.k.a. "Carlos the Jackal") bombs West Berlin, during a visit by Soviet Premier Leonid Brezhnev, sparking fears of a European Crisis....

c. 1981 (11/27) Discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls is discovered in Qumran, Israel, are announced sparking sectarian tensions throughout the region,...

c. 1981 (11/28): Birmingham Barons RF Richard "Rickie" Ryan bashed 2 doubles as he went 3 for 4 in a 9-8 win over the Atlanta Crackers.

c. 1981 (12/4): Crossroads (PTN-TV) soap opera, starring Robert Urich, Blair Brown, and Donna Mills, makes its hit television debut,....

c. 1981 (12/22-24): New York City Holiday Blackout; Electrical blackout strikes the New York City, New York during the Christmas/New Year's holiday season, sparking national attention,....

c.1982- Italian government officials convict Father Paul Marcinkus, head of the Institute for Religious Works from 1971 to 1982, of laundering money for the "Luciferian Crusade" using the Vatican Bank in Rome, Italy....

c.1982- NATO counter-terrorism expert General Carlo Alberto Dalla Chiesa is assassinated by "Luciferian Crusade" members in Palermo, Italy;...

c. 1982: U.S. Department of Energy begins study to investigate application of EEMG to fusion, using a small 1 kWth test rig with deuterium gas and no attempt to harvest the energy. (You can do D-D fusion with uCF, it's just about 500 times less efficient than D-T. But deuterium's much cheaper and easier to handle than radioactive tritium, so they would do test runs with D-D before attempting to use D-T).

c.1982- CIA operatives begin using BCCI as a means to launder money to different anti-communist guerilla movements worldwide...

c.1982- Ali Khavari and Parviz Hekmatjoo launch a revolt against the Iranian government in Tehran, Iran, destabilizing the government in the region...

c. 1982 (1/1): Junius Richard Jayewardene of Sri Lanka is named United Nations Secretary-General in New York City, New York...

c. 1982 (1/2): The San Diego Chargers defeated the Havana Dolphins in a Champions League Contest as the San Diego Chargers defeated the Havana Dolphins 41-38 at Estadio de Revolution in Havana which was known to Pro Football Lore as "The Epic in Havana"

c. 1982(1/10): Two Great Moments happened in the Pro Football Champions League in the Final Week of Competition, The San Diego Chargers travelled to Cincinnati to face the Bengals in the coldest game in NFL history based on the wind chill. The air temperature was -9 degrees Fahrenheit (-23 °C), but wind chill was -59 °F (-51 °C). In an attempt to intimidate the Chargers, several Bengals players went without long sleeved uniforms. Cincinnati won 27-7 and clinches their first Super Bowl in franchise history., and In San Francisco's Candlestick Park with 58 seconds left and the 49ers down by 6, Joe Montana threw a high pass into the endzone. Dwight Clark leapt and completed a fingertip catch for a touchdown. The 49ers defeated the Dallas Cowboys 28-27 advancing to Super Bowl XVI.

c. 1982 (1/17): Teri Hatcher performed with the Fremont High School Featherettes as a Lead Singer & Captain in the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships however they finished 2nd in the Competition.

c. 1982 (2/3): Walter Day of Otumwa, Iowa creates the national video game high scores program, allowing video gamers to track the highest scores in real-time across the country....

c. 1982 (2/6): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) identifies Luciferian Crusade cells in West Germany, causing tensions within NATO,...

c. 1982 (2/7): The NASCAR Winston Cup Series kicks off at Riverside International Raceway as Bobby Allison won driving the #28 Hardee's Buick for Harry Ranier.

c. 1982 (2/21): The 1982 Richmond 400 took place at Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway at Richmond, VA as Dave Marcis driving the #71 JD Stacy Chevrolet won the Race.

c. 1982 (2/22): The Hubbell Noise; Residents of Hubbell, Nebraska report hearing a strange hum, that is recorded on tape recorder, but remains unidentified;...

c. 1982 (3/1): The California Music Channel Debuts on Television in which is Founded by Rick Kurkjian

c. 1982 (3/5): Actor/comedian John Belushi announces that he will be entering a substance abuse program after being hospitalized in Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts after a cocaine overdose....

c. 1982 (3/17): Chef Martin Yan comes to power in San Francisco, California, establishing his place as the head of the culinary underworld in San Francisco, California,....

c. 1982 (3/31): The Academy (NBC-TV), a spinoff of The Facts of Life, makes its hit debut, starring Jimmy Baio, Peter Frechette, and David Ackroyd....

c. 1982 (4/12): The Succubus becomes a metaphor sexual angst and identity, with the novel I, Succubus by Anne Rice...

c. 1982 (4/19): The Turner Diaries based on the racist and anti-Semitic tracts by William Pierce is produced into low-budget film series by the Luciferian Crusade,...

c. 1982 (4/25): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims, "the consciousness of the human race has been corrupted..."

c. 1982 (5/25): Against the San Antonio Missions, Ferguson Jenkins playing for the Chicago Cubs becomes the seventh pitcher to record 3,000 strikeouts in the third inning against Garry Templeton of the Missions.

c. 1982 (6/13-7/11): FIFA World Cup is held in Munich, West Germany, highlighting tensions within the Cold War....

c. 1982 (6/20): Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher authorizes the formation of Unconventional Warfare Bureau, a.k.a. "The Misfits" in an effort to combat the "Luciferian Crusade" in Sandhurst, England,...

c. 1982 (7/1): Reverend Dean Johnson leads a "Freedom from Fear" rally at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, attracting national attention,...

c. 1982 (7/4): Moral Majority led by Jerry Falwell launches a series of book burnings nationwide, targeting books by Stephen King, Danielle Steel, and V.C. Andrews, fueling a massive backlash,....

c. 1982 (7/9): Tony Gwynn of the San Diego Padres makes his Baseball debut. His double and single will be the first two hits of the over 3,000 he will accumulate in his Hall of Fame career.

c. 1982 (8/11): English Gang War; Kray Family Syndicate battles against Asian crime syndicates throughout Great Britain, sparking international attention,....

c. 1982 (9/11): West German Chancellor Hans Dietrich Genscher calls for a crackdown on the Luciferian Crusade, during a speech in Bonn, West Germany,...

c. 1982 (9/20):"Strangers In the Night", A controversial episode of Supertrain (NBC-TV) depicting two openly lesbian characters becomes infamous when several affiliates refuse to air it, and several others pull it from the air mid broadcast following the kissing scene.

c. 1982 (9/23): U.S. Secretary of State James Baker is the subject of a failed kidnapping attempt in Minneapolis, Minnesota by agents of the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1982(10/3): "Riding the White Horse", an episode of Supertrain becomes the second episode after "Strangers In The Night" to have some affiliates refuse to air, or cut away partly through airing. The episode is about a Drug dealer addicting the passengers, and some of the Crew members to an entire plethora of illegal drugs. Controversial for it's graphic depictions of Cocaine, Heroin, LSD, Marijuana, and PCP. It is also the first pop cultural reference ever made to Crack Cocaine, which the conductor of the train John Dexter played by Clint Howard smokes while driving the Train, almost causing a nuclear catastrophe. The episode is also controversial among the Alcoholics Anonymous group, as it depicted one of its members shooting the drug dealer, and dumping his supply over the side of the train.

c. 1982 (10/6-7): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) reports "alien abductees" in Newark, New Jersey, sparking national attention,...

c. 1982 (10/17): Doctor L. Ron Hubbard is named the head of the American Psychiatric Association (APA), during its conference in San Francisco, California,...

c. 1982 (10/20): The St. Louis Cardinals win the 1982 World Series over the Milwaukee Brewers in seven games. Catcher Darrell Porter is selected the Series MVP, making him the first player to be chosen as the MVP in both the LCS and World Series in the same season. This was the Cardinals' first World Series championship since 1967.

c. 1982 (10/26): Knight Rider (RC Comics), based on the NBC-TV series, makes its hit debut, featuring the adventures of Michael Knight and KITT,...

c. 1982 (11/20): In a College Football Game, Stanford kicked a Field Goal with the score 20-19 in the 4th Quarter of the Big Game, But Later with four seconds left in the game, the Golden Bears used five lateral passes on the ensuing kickoff return to score the winning touchdown and earn a disputed 25–20 victory. Members of the Stanford Band had come onto the field midway through the return, believing that the game was over, which added to the ensuing confusion and folklore. There remains disagreement over the legality of two of the laterals known as the Play.

c. 1982 (12/1): Philadelphia, Pennsylvania announces that it is bankrupt, sparking national controversy, as leaders from New York City to Washington D.C., attempt to bailout the city,....

c.1983: Robert Faurisson is arrested by French police authorities in Lyon, France after evidence reveals that he is an agent of the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c.1983- "Cobra" agents assassinate Ayatollah Mohammed Baqir al-Hakim, along with 18 members of his family, in Jezan Al Chol, Iraq, sparking civil unrest and violence...

c.1983: KAL 007 Incident; Luciferian Crusade members intentionally alter the navigational data on a 747 jet, in an effort create tensions between the Soviet Union and the United States....

c.1983: Police and FBI officials in Jordan, Minnesota report the successful crackdown on a cell of the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1983: "State of Shock" by Michael Jackson and Freddie Mercury made its hit debut, becoming one of the music anthems of the 1980s...

c. 1983 (1/16): After Hatcher left the Featherettes, The Featherettes went on Without Hatcher by Singing The Tubes' "Talk to Ya Later" and won the 1983 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships.

c. 1983: The 100th episode of Supertrain (NBC-TV) debuts.

c.1983: (1/28) "Luciferian Crusade" members detonate a car bomb outside the Federal Building in New York City, New York...

c. 1983 (1/30): Super Bowl XVII took place at the Rose Bowl as the Wichita Warriors defeated the Miami Seahawks 27-17, as the Warriors decided to run the "70 Chip" which was called in by offensive coordinator Joe Bugel as Warriors RB John Riggins made the Obvious Choice to Pick That Play which led to a 43 Yard Touchdown Run that gave the Warriors a 20-17 lead over the Seahawks.

c. 1983 (2/3): The Race Forever video game by R.A. Montgomery, makes its hit debut, becoming a major bestseller....

c. 1983 (2/21): ABC-TV broadcasts the 1st Video Game Invitiational in Ottumwa, Iowa, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 1983 (4/1): Easter Killer 3-D horror film sequel is presented in 3-D, making its hit debut with audiences,....

c. 1983 (4/4): In a television broadcast by the Luciferian Crusade, Ernst-Felix Kruder proclaims control of the Spear of Longinus (a.k.a. the Holy Lance), sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1983 (4/24): The 1983 Union City 500 took place at Union City Speedway in Union City, CA as Alameda Native Christine Baldi won driving the #35 Atari Buick, 1982 Winston Cup Champion Darrell Waltrip (driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet) fell short from winning the race finishing 2nd.

c. 1983(4/25): Leeds Riots; Riots erupt in Leeds, England at a concert organized by VESPER, clashing with local residents and police officials,...

c. 1983 (4/27): Houston Astros P Nolan Ryan strikes out Brad Mills of the Fresno Sun Sox in the first cross league game of the Season for the Astros. It is the 3,509th strikeout of Ryan's career, breaking the long time record established by Walter Johnson.

c. 1983 (5/5): Escape video game by R.A. Montgomery, sparks controversy with its vision of a world wherein the United States collapses due to civil war,....

c. 1983 (6/4): General Oswald Ferric, SAS reveals himself as a sympathizer and commander for the "Luciferian Crusade" in London, England, sparking a massive political scandal,....

c. 1983 (6/15): "Sadie's" restaurant chain announces that it will launch a stock option program, the first of its kind, even for part-time employees, during a press conference in Shreveport, Louisiana,...

c. 1983 (7/7): The Crystal Cube (BBC-TV) comedy series starring Emma Thompson, Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie,...

c. 1983 (7/8): JLA/Avengers (DC Comics/Marvel Comics) comic book crossover mini-series by Gerry Conway and George Pérez, makes its hit debut,...

c. 1983 (7/10): Jon Gettman, National Director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), sues the Reagan Administration over its crackdown on marijuana usage nationwide...

c. 1983 (8/27): Task Force MAGOG is unveiled by the Ministry of Defense to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher at Devonport, England, as a means to combat the "Luciferian Crusade" ...

c. 1983 (9/10): A Todo Rock (ABC-TV) featuring Argentinean singer Michelle Santos in a series of bilingual music videos makes its hit debut,...

c. 1983 (9/12): President Ronald Reagan discusses the need for the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) during a televised speech in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1983 (9/17): Oklahoma City Drillers WR Tinker Owens scored 3 Touchdown Receptions in a 37-6 win over the Iowa Cornhuskers in a PFA Game.

c. 1983 (9/18): Vocal Drill Radio Kicks off Celebrating It's 1st Anniversary by debuting the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Countdown hosted by Robert W. Morgan (former DJ at KHJ and announcer of the TV Show Solid Gold for Most of the 1980's)...

c. 1983 (9/19): Press Your Luck made it's Debut on CBS hosted by Peter Tomarken he will continue hosting until September 14, 2000.

c. 1983 (9/28): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) holds its convention in Cincinnati, Ohio, sparking national attention,...

c. 1983 (10/8): Task Force GOG is unveiled by the Ministry of Defense to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in Devonport, England, with Commonwealth leaders in attendance,....

c. 1983 (10/14): Guardian Moon video game is unveiled by Nintendo by Shigeru Miyamoto, becoming a major bestseller and arcade hit,....

c. 1983: (11/7) "Luciferian Crusade" bomb the U.S. Senate in Washington D.C., sparking national attention and concern...

c. 1983 (11/19): The Burning Rim makes its hit debut, becoming a cult classic, featuring a post-apocalyptic world,....

c. 1983 (11/26): Doctor Who IV: The Voyage Home, starring Jon Pertwee and Catherine Hicks, makes its hit debut, it is the funniest of the Doctor Who movies...

c.1984: RCMP arrest Ernst Zündel, after attempting to form a "Luciferian Crusade" cell in Toronto, Ontario....

c. 1984: Singer Marvin Gaye checks into the Betty Ford Clinic in Los Angeles, California in an effort to deal with his substance abuse problems....

c. 1984: Confirmation of D-D fusion by EEMG. Calculations indicate that, if used with D-T fuel mix, the system would be a net energy generator.

c. 1984: The Terminator starring O.J. Simpson, directed by James Cameron makes its hit film debut....

c. 1984: "Luciferian Crusade" agents hijack an experimental typhoon class submarine know as the "Red October". This submarine comes equipped with an advanced stealth system that makes it nearly undetectable and is loaded with several ballistic missiles armed with nuclear warheads sparking international concern despite soviet attempts to suppress the news...

c. 1984: Japanese officials announce the execution of Yoshio Kodama Yoshio, industrialist implicated in the 1971 Lockheed Scandal, during a press conference in Tokyo, Japan...

c. 1984: Once Upon A Time In America directed by Sergio Leone, starring Robert de Niro, James Woods, and Elizabeth McGovern makes its hit debut...

c. 1984 (1/6): Dirty Deeds (PTN-TV) action series written and produced by Stephen J. Cannell, starring Robert Conrad, Farrah Fawcett, and Ben Vereen, makes its hit debut,...

c. 1984 (1/13): Scandal erupts after it is discovered that the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) backed right-wing death squads in Latin America, sparking international condemnation....

c. 1984 (1/15): Only 3 Fremont Union High School District Schools finished 1-2-3 in the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships with the Homestead Equestriettes won followed by the Fremont Featherettes finishing 2nd and the Cupertino Golden Spurs in 3rd.

c. 1984 (1/20): Commander Arne Treholt, head of the "Ninjatroppen", is arrested by WLFD officials in Oslo, Norway, after it is revealed that he is a mole selling secrets to the Soviet Union and Iraq,...

c. 1984 (1/22): The 1984 NASCAR Winston Cup Season opened at Riverside International Raceway for the Winston Western 500 as Terry Labonte driving the #44 Piedmont Airlines Chevrolet won that race for Billy Hagan, The Filipino-American Racing Girl (insert driver name here) driving the #71 (insert sponsor here) Chevrolet finished 2nd and Bobby Allison (of Hueytown, AL) driving the #22 Miller High Life Buick finished 3rd.

c. 1984 (2/10): Police find a 10-year old mentally-challenged boy in San Francisco, California, authorities launch a national effort to determine his identity,...

c. 1984 (2/19): Derek Bell won the 1984 Daytona 500 driving the #23 Hawaiian Punch Buick for Bahre Racing

c. 1984 (2/24): Peace activists affiliated with "Goodwill to Man" are shot and killed by members of the "Luciferian Crusade" after flying a plane over Damascus, Syria, and calling for an end to worldwide hostilities,....

c. 1984 (3/12): Helms Burton Act is signed by President Ronald Reagan in a ceremony in Washington D.C., sparking international attention. Also on this day, Random Comics, in an effort to capitalize on the rise of Japanese robots and toys introduces the alien race of "The Tronix"

c. 1984 (3/27): Judith Crist launches the "Protect the Children" campaign against comic books in Harlem, New York, claiming that comic books are responsible for the rise in youth violence,...

c. 1984 (3/30): Darrell Waltrip won the 1984 Union City 500 at Union City Speedway in Union City, CA driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c.1984: (4/5) "Luciferian Crusade" members bomb a military aircraft factory in Tel Aviv, Israel, sparking regional tensions...

c. 1984 (4/14): Princess Stacey syndicated animated cartoon series makes its hit television debut, based on the popular girls' toy franchise,....

c. 1984 (4/20): Easter Killer: Smoked Out horror film sequel becomes a major hit with marijuana smokers, outraging parents and religious groups,...

c. 1984: Star Wars: Revenge of the Republic, debuts concluding the trilogy with Vader's redemption and the fall of Darth Malice, the Emperor

c.1984 (5/12): Darrell Waltrip won the 1984 Coors 420 at Nashville Speedway in Nashville, TN driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1984 (5/26): FBI officials in Houston, Texas warn of the infiltration of the Japanese Yakuza at the U.S. Video Gaming Grand Finals....

c. 1984 (6/24): West German Prime Minister Otto Graf Lambsdorff is forced to resign after revelations of a bribery scandal in Munich arise, sparking international attention,....

c. 1984 (6/29): "Inferno" musical single by singer Michelle Santos, makes its hit debut on both American and Spanish-language radio stations,....

c. 1984 (7/1): Jeff Enes of the PFA's Oklahoma City Drillers scored 5 Touchdown Passes including 3 to Tinker Owens as they Outduel Gifford Nielsen and the Houston Oilers 38-13 as the Drillers enter the NFL Circuit at the Astrodome in Houston, TX.

c.1984: (7/4) Police battle cell members of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Torrance, California, right-wing extremists blame "jackboot-wearing thugs"...

c. 1984 (7/11): REXALL-84; President Ronald Reagan is briefed by the Joint Chiefs of Staff on a contingency plan to deal with civil unrest and violence in the event of a military assault by the "Luciferian Crusade" in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1984 (7/25): CIA and WLFD reports detail evidence that Luciferian Crusade officials are obtaining weapons through Lisbon, Portugal,...

c. 1984 (7/28): Skyway Jetpacks makes its hit debut in Los Angeles, California promoting the "personal transport freedom" aspect in its ad campaign,....

c. 1984 (8/1): Air France Boeing 737-200 is destroyed over Frankfurt, West Germany, killing 85 people in the process, sparking French government calls for greater force,....

c. 1984 (8/25): "Evolución" musical album by Michelle Santos, makes its hit debut, going platinum in 6 weeks time,...

c. 1984 (8/28): Alex G. Spanos purchased a majority interest in the San Diego Chargers from Eugene V. Klein.

c. 1984 (9/9): Darrell Waltrip won the 1984 Wrangler Sanforset 500 at Richmond International Raceway in Richmond, VA driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet. Also on this day, The Oklahoma City Drillers made their NFL Debut as QB Jeff Enes got 389 Passing Yards and scored 4 Touchdowns including 2 to Joe Hallisey in a 31-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at John Deere Stadium.

c. 1984 (9/10): Jeopardy returns to the Air on Syndication with Alex Trebek hosting and Johnny Gilbert Announcing.

c. 1984 (10/3): Big Daddy (PTN-TV) family sitcom starring Dom Deluise, Donna Dixon, and Eugene Levy, makes its hit series debut,....

c. 1984 (10/4-5): World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) officials hold a summit in London, England, amidst heavy security,...

c. 1984 (10/7): In a Battle of Arizona, Phoenix Rifles QB (insert player name here) knocked 4 TD Passes to outwit QB (insert player name here) and the Tucson (insert team name here) in a Southwest Football League Game to Capture the Cactus Cup at Sun Devil Stadium.

c. 1984 (10/12): British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is assassinated in Brighton, England; Sir Geoffrey Howe is appointed British Prime Minister amidst the chaos...

c. 1984 (10/14): When Mizlou TV Sports covered a WAC Pro Circuit game as Steve Young led the Utah Gold as the defeated the Phoenix Rifles 34-33 at Cougar Stadium in Provo, UT. Also on this day, 1984: Rio Grande Valley Bandits took a big winning season so far as QB Steve Martorano got Brian Regan in a 26-20 win over the Oregon Ducks; Also on this day, 1984 (10/14): The Further Adventures of Doctor Who (BBC-TV) starring Tom Baker makes its hit debut,....

c. 1984(10/24) -1985 (7/13): Ethiopian Floods; Ethiopian officials report c. 1,000,000 deaths due to civil war and flooding throughout Ethiopia during a press conference in Addis Ababa, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1984 (11/17): In a televised message on BBC-TV, General Oswald Ferric promises to unleash a massive "wave of terror" by the "Luciferian Crusade" in London, England,....

c.1984: (12/18) "Luciferian Crusade" bombs the NATO Officer Training Center in Oberammergau, West Germany, killing 13 people....

c. 1984 (12/22): OMNI magazine exposes Chinese experiments regarding attempts to create and utilize psychic powers in children, sparking international criticism and condemnation....

c.1985: RCMP arrest James Keegstra, the mayor of Eckville, Alberta, after evidence reveals that he is a member of the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1985: Allocation of funds to Muon-Catalyzed Fusion Program to design and build a 10 MWth D-T fusion system. The system will not incorporate a lithium breeding blanket or electrical generating system, but it will incorporate compression systems to increase the achieved reaction rate, and will be used to gather information and test components. Simultaneously, component development begins on lithium blankets and other systems needed for a full-scale demonstration plant.

c. 1985: Female singer Madonna makes her world debut in New York City, New York. According to many her singing serves to inspire many people to go on in regards to have hope...

c. 1985: NASA officials at Cape Canaveral, Florida announce the U.S. space station Freedom is habitable...

c. 1985: In The Incredible Hulk (Marvel Comics), General Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross, begins exploiting Bruce Banner and his condition by dropping him into political "hot zones" (e.g. Afghanistan, Iraq, Nicaragua, et al.) as a living WMD,....

c. 1985 (1/4): Motorcycle enthusiast Jesse Smith is recruited by the U.S. Justice Department to battle crime on the streets as "Road Eagle" starting in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1985 (1/12): The Homestead Equestriettes won back to back Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships by winning the 1985 title however the Fremont Featherettes (Fremont HS - Sunnyvale, CA) and the Alameda Hornettes (Alameda HS - Alameda, CA) round out the Top 3.

c. 1985 (1/30): New England Journal of Medicine publishes studies on the medicinal benefits of marijuana, sparking international attention and controversy....

c. 1985 (2/2): General Nabuo Yano is named the head of the Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)), by the Japanese Diet,.....

c.1985: (2/23) "Luciferian Crusade" members bomb 1 Police Plaza, the central command center for the New York Police Department (NYPD) in New York City, New York, killing 23 people...

c. 1985 (3/9): Browns Ferry Meltdown; nuclear meltdown in Athens, Alabama, sparking massive opposition to nuclear energy nationwide,....

c. 1985 (3/28): Leningrad Riots; Riots erupt in Leningrad during the broadcast of The Lord of the Rings on Soviet television; government officials blame "Nadsat" and "Fellowship of the Ring" members for the violence,...

c. 1985 (4/5): Easter Killer: Hits the Beach! horror film sequel makes its hit debut, with the killer following teenagers on Spring Break,....

c. 1985 (4/14): Brin Dunsire is named head of the "Fellowship" movement in London, England, proclaiming efforts to revive the subculture,....

c. 1985 (4/19): Archbishop Bernard Francis Cardinal Law of Boston, Massachusetts, proclaims that Roman Catholics are forbidden from membership into the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1985 (5/23): Indian officials announce a crackdown on suspected "Luciferian Crusade" members during a press conference in New Delhi, India, sparking international attention....

c. 1985 (5/26): Danny Sullivan won the 1985 Indianapolis 500 by defeating Mario Andretti by 2.477 Seconds as the Spin and Win Incident Occured that gave Sullivan the Victory. Also on this day, With Bill Elliott didn't claim the Million Dollar Payday for winning the Winston Million, Darrell Waltrip won the 1985 Coca-Cola World 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1985 (7/10): Colombian President Belisario Betancur, under the project Unfading Glory establishes the Fuerza Especial Mangosta (Special Forces Mongoose) to disrupt the drug traffic organizations and stop any actions of the Luciferian Crusade that the Colombian Armed Forces couldn't stop in an ordinary way.

c. 1985 (7/29): Pepsi-Cola, Coca-Cola, and Yum Cola all lobby for the right to be placed on Space-Station Freedom, sparking international attention,...

c. 1985 (8/20): Reverend Dean Johnson holds the "American Crusade" dinner in Washington D.C., with President Ronald Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan, in attendance, calling for the end of the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1985 (8/24): Guardian Moon (PTN-TV) animated series based on the video game, makes its hit debut, much to the objection of parent groups,...

c. 1985 (8/25): Samantha Smith, America's "Peace Ambassador" survives an assassination attempt on her life by members of the "Luciderian Crusade" in Auburn, Maine, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 1985 (9/1): Bill Elliott not only won the 1985 Southern 500 but also won a $1,000,000 Bonus for completing the Winston Million

c. 1985 (9/7): The Adventures of Con Sawyer & Hucklemary Finn (ABC-TV) sitcom/crime drama starring Drew Barrymore and Brandy Ward, makes its hit debut....

c. 1985 (9/8): Big Star QB's Open Their Seasons with a Bang in the NFL Premier League, Phil Simms led the New York Giants by having 12 Completions out of 25 attempts for 137 yards in a 21-0 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, Warren Moon of the Houston Oilers to a Big 80 Yard Touchdown Pass to Butch Woolfolk in the 2nd Quarter as part of a 26-23 win over Don Strock and His Havana Dolphins in which Strock got 19 Completions out of 31 attempts for 291 yards and scored a 4th Quarter TD Pass to Mark Duper, Lynn Dickey opened the Warriors season as he got 205 passing yards in a 26-20 loss to the New England Patriots as Tony Eason caught 21 passes out of 28 attempts for 241 yards and a Touchdown, Heading South of the Border in Mexico Gary Hogenboom led the Madators to a 26-7 win over the Mexico City Federales and Dan Marino got 5 Passing TD's including 3 to Louis Lipps in a 45-3 victory over the Indianapolis Racers. Also on this day, Las Vegas Blackjacks QB Randall Cunningham make his Pro Football Debut after leaving UNLV as he led the Blackjacks by grabbing 3 Touchdown Passes in a 21-7 win over the Scottsdale Vipers in a Southwestern Conference Game.

c. 1985 (9/15): Religious cult leader Sun Myung Moon is revealed to be one of the major financial backers of the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WFLD) in Seoul, South Korea....

c. 1985 (9/16): Break The Bank Made It's Debut on Syndication hosted by Gene Rayburn and announced by Michael Hanks

c. 1985 (9/17): Gamma World (TSR Games) is released as a video game, sparking international attention and acclaim,....

c. 1985 (9/20) Reverend Dean Johnson narrowly survives a car bomb in his car in Sarasota, Florida...

c. 1985 (9/25): Argentinian military officials report that the Spear of Longinus (a.k.a. the Holy Lance) was used at a rally by the Luciferian Crusade in Tierra del Fuego, Argentina,...

c. 1985 (10/1): President Ronald Reagan orders several F-14s to bomb the "Luciferian Crusade" cells in Damascus, Syria; Chairman Stefano delle Chiaie narrowly survives the attack ....

c. 1985 (10/12): The 1985 NASCAR Winston Cup Series made a Trip to Bakersfield, CA at Mesa Marin Raceway for the (insert race name here) 400 as Spanaway, WA native Derrike Cope made the Pole driving the #07 7-Eleven/Chief Auto Parts/Citgo Ford but he finished 9th to a winner from Washington it's Chad Little driving the #26 Off Broadway Oldsmobile from Spokane, WA defeating Cale Yarborough (driving the #28 Hardee's Ford) by a 1 second margin.

c. 1985 (10/13): Bakersfield (insert team name here) QB (insert player name here) threw 3 TD Passes in a Comeback Victory over Portland (insert team name here) 29-27 in a Pacific Coast Football League Game.

c. 1985 (10/17): the comic event Black Widow vs Onatova is a crossover between Marvel and RC comics.

c. 1985 (10/20): Darrell Waltrip won the 1985 Suncrest Motorhomes 500 at Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, CA driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1985(10/28): The California Lottery debuted a New Statewide Syndicated Game Show in California titled The Big Spin hosted by Chuck Woolery and Announced by Charlie O'Donnell

c. 1985 (10/29-31): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) holds its convention in Hollywood, California, sparking national attention,...

c. 1985 (11/11): On their last possession of the first half of an NFL Premier League Game, the 49ers mounted a nine-play drive which ended in a 19-yard field goal attempt. As holder Matt Cavanaugh received the snap from center, a snowball thrown from the stands landed just in front of him. Distracted, he mishandled the football and was unable to hold it for kicker Ray Wersching. In desperation he picked up the ball and attempted a forward pass, but there were no receivers downfield and it fell incomplete. No penalties or palpably unfair acts were called, and the Broncos took over on downs. They went on to win 17–16, making the failed field goal a pivotal factor. The NFL had not yet instituted an instant replay system, so officials did not have an opportunity to review the play.

c. 1985 (11/17): The 1985 NASCAR Winston Cup Series finished their Season at Sears Point International Raceway as Dale Earnhardt won driving the #3 Wrangler Jeans Chevrolet but for Bill Elliott not only he won the 1985 Winston Million he also won the 1985 NASCAR Winston Cup Series title in which he finished 4th in that race, Derrike Cope came in 2nd driving the #07 Jefferson Racing/7-Eleven Ford, Ricky Rudd (driving the #15 Motorcraft Ford) Finished 3rd and Geoff Bodine finished 5th driving the #5 (insert sponsor here) Chevrolet

c. 1985 (11/18): Local merchants begin Skyway jetpack tours of San Francisco, California, sparking national attention and controversy,.....

c. 1985 (11/25): Chuck Woolery left from hosting The Big Spin, Geoff Edwards took over as the new host.

c. 1985 (11/29): Krasnyye Mesta (KM) "The Red Vengeance") is discovered to be in operations across the Warsaw Pact and the Soviet Union by American intelligence units,...

c. 1985 (12/6): Reverend Dean Johnson calls upon members of the "Luciferian Crusade" to "turn towards Christ" and reject the organization, during a television broadcast in Sarasota, Florida,....

c. 1985 (12/9): Greenpeace and the Sierra Club voice their protests at rallies across the globe against oil development of Antarctica, sparking international attention

c. 1985 (12/14): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui begins covert operations in Hong Kong, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1985 (12/27): Members of the "Luciferian Crusade" attack the international airport flight wings of Rome, Italy and Vienna, Austria. Also on this day, After Gene Rayburn Left Break The Bank, Joe Farago became the New Host of Our Show and Michael Hanks is still announces

c. 1986: Maurice Ward invents Starlite plastic while tinkering with a surplus plastics extruder and a blender. The plastic successfully resists 2,500 C heat from a blowtorch.

c. 1986: President Reagan calls for development of a National AeroSpace Plane, capable of flying Washington to Tokyo in two hours. McDonnell Douglas, Rockwell, and General Dynamics will compete to develop the vehicle, Rocketdyne and Pratt & Whitney to develop the engine.

c. 1986: Japanese FM Makoto Nagatomo calls for the development of a civilian space program before the Diet in Tokyo, Japan....

c.1986- "Cobra" assassinated Iraqi nationalist/dissident leader Dr. Ayad Habashi in Rome, Italy, sparking civil unrest and violence in Iraq,....

c. 1986: The Young Astronauts (CBS-TV) animated series makes its hit series debut, presenting an optimistic view of the future....

c. 1986 (1/6): NBC debuted a new game show called Split Decision hosted by Jim McKrell and announced by Charlie O'Donnell also Lorimar-Telepictures debuts a new syndicated game show called The $1,000,000 Chance of a Lifetime hosted by Jim Lange and CBS debuted a Revival of Card Sharks hosted by Bob Eubanks and announced by Gene Wood

c. 1986 (1/7): British Prime Minister Sir Geoffrey Howe is forced to resign after a party challenge by Defense Secretary Michael Heseltine, forces him from office,...

c. 1986 (1/15): Kamal Rajasekhar leads "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas in an attempt to seize an ICBM at Satish Dhawan, India,....

c. 1986 (1/17): American volunteer mercenaries known as "The Flying Furies" led by Charles "Chuck" Sinclair, launch a massive attack against the Luciferian Crusade in the Gulf of Sidra, Libya,...

c. 1986 (1/19): Darrell Waltrip won the 1986 Winston Western 500 at Riverside International Raceway driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1986 (1/21): Vocal Drill Radio aired the first simulcast of a Pageant which is the 1986 Miss Teen USA Pageant hosted by Michael Young.

c. 1986 (2/8): Detective Chow Lee uncovers a massive "Luciferian Crusade" counterfeiting network in Hong Kong, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1986 (2/9): Break The Bank (1) now adjusts the winnings limit so contestants stay until they were defeated or until they win more than $100,000 Cash and Prizes in addition winners will get a chance to play for more seconds in the Prize Vault for up to 60 Seconds by solving 1 more puzzle. Also on this day, Tex-Mex (PTN-TV), a sitcom following the trials of a Latino/Chicano family in Dallas-Ft. Worth, Texas makes its hit debut,...

c. 1986 (2/22): London Attack; "Luciferian Crusade" forces launch a massive offensive on London, England; Prime Minister Michael Heseltine deploys the Unconventional Warfare Bureau, a.k.a. "the Misfits" along with Task Force MAGOG to secure the city,....

c. 1986 (2/24): "The Thing That Should Not Be" single by Metallica is released, considered the first "Cthulhupunk" song to be recorded, sparking international attention,...

c. 1986 (3/1): The National Drill Team Championships took place in Cypress Gardens and was taped to air on ESPN which will be hosted by Jeff Webb and Kelly Minton with the Setlist Includes songs by Marion HS (IL) with "Baby I'm a Star" which is Originally by Prince when they won the 1986 High Kick Title along with St. Francis Academy winning the Prop and Pom.

c. 1986 (3/29): Luciferian Crusade sleeper agent "Dragon Tears" launches a bloody series of assassinations for the organization, targeting Chinese political and underworld leaders starting in Hong Kong, China,...

c. 1986 (4/12): Dance Party USA debuted on the USA Network hosted by Mike Rossi (who is also a Regular of Dancin' On Air) with Several Regulars co-hosting alongside Mike.

c. 1986 (5/31-6/29): FIFA World Cup is held in Bogota, Colombia, sparking fears of drug trafficking, sparking international attention,...

c. 1986 (6/1): Darrell Waltrip won the 1986 Budweiser 400 at Riverside International Raceway in Riverside, CA driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1986 (6/5): Doctor Who V: The Center of the Universe, directed by Jon Pertwee, flops at the box office...

c. 1986 (6/12): In a scene that becomes ripe for parody, President Ronald Reagan stumbles and falls on camera while using a Skyway jetpack at his ranch in Santa Barbara, California,....

c. 1986 (6/22): Tensions between the United States and Japan mount after it is revealed that Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) has conducted operations in the United States,....

c. 1986 (6/23): Tucker Corporation unveils the "1987 Keet" as an economy-sized car, touting safety and fuel-efficiency standards in Ypsilanti, Michigan,....

c. 1986 (6/30): Soviet officials unveil the tomb of Timur (a.k.a. Tarmashirin Khan Barlas) in Otrar, Kazakhstan SSR, sparking nationalist sentiment in the region,...

c. 1986 (7/1): Statue of Liberty Adventure video game by Ellen Kushner makes its hit debut, becoming a major bestseller....

c. 1986 (7/6): Robert W. Morgan aired his Final Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Episode

c. 1986 (7/11): Grandmaster Raymond Soriano Velayo establishes the Arnis Philippines (ARPI) as a means to protect local businesses and merchants in Quezon City, Philippines,....

c. 1986 (7/13): Jeff Webb host of Various Cheerleading and Vocal Drill Team Competitions on ESPN Became the New Host of the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40.

c. 1986 (7/27): C.A.T. Squad (NBC-TV) action series starring Barry Corbin, Joe Cortese, makes its hit series debut,....

c.1986 (7/28): Stars Confidential (PTN-TV) tabloid news show makes its hit television debut, hosted by John Davidson and Sarah Purcell,....

c. 1986 (8/16): Reporter Ed Bradley, 60 Minutes (CBS-TV) reports on the covert air military operations being conducted by the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) sparking international outrage from nations in the region,...

c. 1986 (8/23): Darrell Waltrip won the 1986 Busch 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1986 (8/24): First Skyway Convention is held in Chicago, Illinois, celebrating the needs and desires of jetpack enthusiasts across the globe,...

c. 1986 (9/8): Star Trek (PTN-TV) episode "Five Captains" reunites Captain James T. Kirk (William Shatner), Captain William Decker (Stephen Collins), Admiral Christopher Pike (Jeffrey Hunter), Captain Hikaru Sulu (George Takei), and Captain Spock (Leonard Nimoy)...

1986 (9/14): Fresno Raisin Fighters QB Alan Averill had a big comeback trailing the (insert team name here) 17-7, as he fired 3 Touchdown Passes to (insert player name here) as the Raisin Fighters won 38-24 at Fresno, CA in a Pacific Coast Football League Game. Also on this day, Professor Norville Standing and his son Dr. Otto "Out" Standing aid the CIA in their efforts to combat the "Luciferian Crusade"

c. 1986 (9/15): Break the Bank left Syndication to enter Network Television on Paramount Television Network but under a new title called The Time Vault still hosted by Joe Farago and Bob Hilton replacing Michael Hanks as the Announcer however Kline and Friends Produced that Show however Bob Hilton also announces a Brand New Syndicated Game Show Called Strike It Rich with new host Joe Garagiola (2)

c. 1986 (9/28): Darrell Waltrip won the 1986 Holly Farms 400 at North Wilkesboro Speedway in North Wilkesboro, NC driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1986 (10/6-7): Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention (ISC) holds its convention in Hollywood, California, sparking national attention,...

c. 1986 (10/19): The 1986 NASCAR Winston Cup Series made a visit to Willow Springs Raceway at Rosamond, CA for the Suncrest Motorhomes 300 as Bessemer, AL Native Neil Bonnett won driving the #12 Jollibee Chevrolet, Darrell Waltrip finished second driving the Same Sponsor and Car but different number which is the #11, however Hershel McGriff came in 3rd driving the #04 Wershow-Ash-Lewis/Thompson Pontiac, Spanaway Native Derrike Cope captured a 4th Place Finished in the #79 Western Peterbilt Ford and 5th went to Dale Earnhardt driving the #3 Wrangler Jeans Chevrolet from Kannapolis, NC.

c. 1986 (10/20): PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat announces in Ramallah, an internal agreement plans for the construction casinos within the Palestinian territories, much to the anger of Israeli leaders,...

c. 1986 (10/29): President Ronald Reagan defends his policies against marijuana during a televised address in Washington D.C., despite national polls supporting marijuana legalization....

c. 1986 (11/11): British Parliament approves the legalization of marijuana, despite public opposition by PM Geoffrey Howe in London, Great Britain....

c. 1986 (11/18): Christian fundamentalists burn copies of Random Comics (RC Comics) for its "obscenity and graphic language" in Lansing, Michigan,...

c. 1986 (11/30): Former Cuban leader Osvaldo Ramirez dies in his sleep in Havana, Cuba, sparking a "national day of mourning"...

c.1987: No Way Out starring Kevin Costner, Gene Hackman, and Sean Young details a "Luciferian Crusade" cell operating in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1987*: Talks with ICI to commercialize Starlite fall through.

c.1987: Dorothy Groteluschen is arrested by FBI agents in Aurora, Colorado after it is discovered that she is recruiting people for the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 1987: Ahmed Rami begins broadcasting messages for the "Luciferian Crusade" in Stockholm, Sweden, sparking international attention....

c. 1987: September directed by Woody Allen, staring Mia Farrow, Sam Shephard, and Maureen O'Sullivan, makes its hit debut.....

c. 1987 (1/12): Grandmaster Arnis Philippines (ARPI) presents "Escrima" as a sport for internaational competition before the International Olympic Committee in Stockholm, Sweden,....

c. 1987 (1/21): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui sabotages the Yugoslavian nuclear program in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1987 (1/31): Edward Hooper touts the theory that "New Pox" was based on a Soviet biological weapon, during a speech in London, England, sparking international condemnation and outrage,....

c. 1987 (2/7): Cash Explosion made It's Debut to Television Syndicated in Ohio by the Ohio Lottery hosted by Bob Grossi and Sharon Bicknell

c. 1987 (2/9): CEO Michael Eisner announces that Skyway jetpacks are banned from usage at all Disney theme parks, during a press conference in Anaheim, California,...

c. 1987 (2/15): After recovering from Illness, Tim Richmond won the 1987 Daytona 500 in the #25 Folger's Coffee Chevrolet.

c. 1987 (2/20): Fantastic Four (Marvel Comics), Reed Richards emerges as a cold-blooded manipulator who knew the effect of the cosmic rays, and has emerged as a villianous character; Also on this day, Two American commandos for the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLDF) report a massive cache of Luciferian Crusade weapons in Costa Galuga, Nicaragua,....

c. 1987 (2/27): Hezbollah leaders openly clash with PLO leaders over the proposed use of gambling as a means to support the Palestinian statehood cause,....

c. 1987 (3/7): Task Force MAGOG uncovers the smuggling of "Luciferian Crusade" weapons aboard luxury yachts in London's Dockland, sparking massive scandal,.....

c. 1987 (3/19): Televangelist Oral Roberts dies of a heart attack in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, sparking national attention....

c. 1987 (3/30): The Indiana Hoosiers, Coached by Bob Knight defeated the Syracuse Orange coached by Jim Boeheim 74-73 to capture the 1987 NCAA College Basketball Title as Keith Smart scored the game-winner in the final seconds was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player however CBS Sports (covered the tournament) used "One Shining Moment" by David Barrett during their tournament epilogue.

c. 1987 (4/17): Easter Killer: Bunny's Revenge horror film sequel makes its hit debut, in an attempt to reboot the franchise,...

c. 1987 (4/19): "Flirty-Fishing" (a.k.a. evangelistic religious prostitution) is discontinued as a practice amongst churches with the onset of the AIDS/HIV epidemic,....

c. 1987 (4/20): G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero animated film is released in theaters, although many are angered after it is learned SPOILER ALERT! Duke, leader of the team is killed by Serpentor,....

c. 1987 (5/4): "Luciferian Crusade" agents in Goiania, Brazil steal radioactive materials in an effort to detonate a nuclear dirty bomb, sparking tensions throughout Latin America, 249 people are killed due to radiation poisoning....

c. 1987 (6/1): Barbie & The Rockers (PTN-TV) animated series makes its hit series debut,....

c. 1987 (6/2): Alaskan State Assembly calls for the registry of all marijuana users, sparking national attention and concern....

c. 1987 (6/7): President Ronald Reagan, through Secretary of State George P. Shultz, pressures the Third World to vote against support for the "Luciferian Crusade" before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York,....

c. 1987 (7/16): California Condor is declared extinct by wildlife experts in San Diego, California, sparking calls for stricter environmental regulation....

c. 1987 (7/25): Random Comics faces several obscenity lawsuits after a shop owner in Dubuque, Iowa is accused of selling RC Comics to minors,...

c. 1987 (8/22): On That Episode of The Big Spin; Dave Flynn, a truck operator from Los Angeles, spun and won $3,825,000 when the ball landed on the Grand Prize slot. The ball stayed the required five seconds before eventually falling off the gold wedge. (Link to See that Clip in which he won it all)

c. 1987 (8/24): Actor Matthew Broderick and actress Jennifer Grey are killed in car accident outside of Belfast, Northern Ireland sparking international attention and concern

c. 1987 (8/30): General Susilo Bambang Kerbau comes to power in a brutal military coup in Jakarta, Indonesia, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1987 (9/10): A New Game Show made it's debut on Syndication called Win, Lose or Draw hosted by Bert Convy and Announced by Gene Wood, the show also made it's debut on daytime hosted by Vicki Lawrence and announced by Bob Hilton which airs on NBC and is executive produced by Actor Burt Reynolds along with Bert Convy.

c. 1987 (9/12): Lascaux Cave Paintings uncovered in Lascaux, France, sparking intense debate about human evolution,....

c. 1987 (9/13): Dale Earnhardt won a 1987 NASCAR Winston Cup Race at Richmond Fairgrounds Raceway at Richmond, VA for the Wrangler Jeans Indigo 400 driving the #3 Wrangler Jeans Chevrolet, Darrell Waltrip came in 2nd driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1987 (9/14) : San Francisco Independent Station KTSF went 24/7 adds Music Video Programming during the Overnight Hours with Hit Video USA in the early years but later on CMC took over the Overnight Music Video Slot later on in July 30, 1989.

c. 1987 (9/17): After More Than a Year with Rossi Hosting, Future Talk Show Host of Live!, Kelly Ripa became the New Host of Dance Party USA she is joined by Cindy Stark, Heather Day (a.k.a. Princess) and other Regulars. Also on this day, Truth or Consequences made it's return to Syndication hosted by Larry Anderson and announced by Ted Zigler.

c. 1987 (9/18): Cabbage Patch Kids (CBS-TV) animated series makes its hit debut based on the popular line of dolls,...

c. 1987 (9/24): The Further Adventures of Doctor Who, Tom Baker's Doctor Who sacrifices himself to save the universe from the Cybermen, Peter Davison takes his place as Doctor Who.

c. 1987 (9/27): Only 7 ASCA regulars made the field at Martinsville Speedway at Martinsville, VA for the Goody's 500 including future Nobody's Angel Member Stacey Harper and Amy Splitt who would later make it to Broadway but in the end Darrell Waltrip won in the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet. Also on this day, Second Skyway Convention is held in Bonita Springs, Florida, celebrating the needs and desires of jetpack enthusiasts across the globe,...

c. 1987 (10/6): "The True Light" Ministries is established in Rockville, Maryland under Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse....

c. 1987 (10/10): The Unconventional Warfare Bureau, a.k.a. "the Misfits" foils a plot by the "Luciferian Crusade" to detonate a shipment of nuclear waste in London, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1987 (10/30): RC Adventures (Syndicated) animated series featuring the adventures of Captain Steel, The Cat, and The Human Mirror makes its hit debut, with poor quality animation from Canada,...

c. 1987 (10/31): The ITV Game Show 3-2-1 made an appearance by the Brian Rogers Connection singing "Thru The Fire" that song will later be covered by Vallejo Female Group One Vo1ce 20 years from now.

c. 1987 (11/8): Newsweek reports on the rise of "Cosplay/Otaku" gangs in Japan, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1987 (11/12): The 1987 Miss World Pageant took place at London, UK as Ulla Weigerstorfer of Austria won the Crown however the Opening Number featuring the Ken Warwick Dancers with some Miss World 1987 Contestants sang "This is the Place" was filmed at Malta however that song will later enter the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 in January of 1988.

c. 1987 (11/22): ASCA regular Stacey Harper won the 1987 Sonoma County Championship 300 at Sears Point Raceway in Sonoma, CA driving the #2 Nestle Twin Toyota but Dale Earnhardt won the 1987 NASCAR Winston Cup title driving the #3 Wrangler Chevrolet

c. 1987 (12/8): Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse proclaims to have received a "Saint Paul" moment, wherein "divine revelation" is made clear to him in Rockville, Maryland,....

c. 1987 (12/11): Sister Paulina Grace, Order of Magdalena, begins a series of black ops sanctioned by the Vatican against the Luciferian Crusade, starting in Rome, Italy,.....

c. 1987 (12/12): Luciferian Crusade leaders denounce the Star Wars trilogy as anti-Luciferian propaganda, threaten to kill George Lucas

c. 1987 (12/13): Vai Sikahema got a 76 Yard Part Return for the Utah Gold as they defeated the Tucson (insert team name here) 27-24.

c. 1987 (12/17): "Luciferian Crusade" members clash in a major gun battle with Hong Kong police in Kowloon Harbor; Police are led by Detective Chow Lee,...

c.1988- "Cobra" agents assassinate Ayatollah Mehdi al-Hakim in Khartoum, Sudan, sparking civil unrest and violence nationwide....

c. 1988: Madonna's is hired by Benetton to promote the "United Superstars of Benetton" ad campaign....

c. 1988*: British Aerospace, learning that Boeing has indicated an interest in Starlite (the PoD), agrees to purchase Starlite formula from Maurice Ward. (IOTL the talks broke down).

c. 1988: San Jose Bolts WR Brent Turner grabbed 3 Touchdown Passes in 3 Receptions in a 47-10 win over the Chico Jaguars in a Pacific Coast Football League game.

c.1988: Successful D-T fusion by muon catalysis demonstrates theoretical breakeven (that is, if they were actually capturing the energy output, it would be more than the input). Funds allocated for National Fusion Demonstration Station (NFDS), a 400 MWe nuclear fusion demonstration in eastern Massachusetts, as a public-private partnership between the Department of Energy and the National Fusion Alliance, a consortium of private companies.

c.1988: Cardinal of the Kremlin by Tom Clancy details "Luciferian Crusade" infiltration of the KGB, becoming a major bestseller...

c. 1988: The Dictator (CBS-TV) sitcom starring Christopher Lloyd, makes its hit series television debut....

c. 1988: After Leaving Syndication, Truth or Consequences made it's Move to Paramount Television Network creating weekday the Stunt Hour Block consisting of The Time Vault with Joe Farago at 1:00 PM and Truth or Consequences with Larry Anderson at 1:30 PM.

c. 1988 (1/1): Jay Cohen, CEO of World Sports Exchange, is placed under arrest in San Francisco, California after establishing his online gaming/gambling corporation in Ormoc City, Philippines, sparking international attention,...

c. 1988 (1/8): American military forces uncover evidence that the commander of the Luciferian Crusade in Nicaragua is "Rot Adler" (a.k.a. "Red Eagle"),....

c. 1988 (1/30): Dutch actor Jules Croiset is found murdered outside his home in Deventer, Netherlands; "Luciferian Crusade" members claim responsibility,

c. 1988 (2/23): "Fresh-Air Bars" started by Masaru Kageyama in Tokyo, Japan, become the popular trend across the globe, amidst concerns over the environment,....

c. 1988 (2/26-3/1): Soviet "Nadsat" gangs clash with Armenian nationalists in Sumgait, Armenia SSR, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1988 (2/27): Luciferian Crusade forces attack the Amamiya Institute in Tokyo, Japan, a training center for young agents of the Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I))...

c. 1988 (4/24): Aloha Flight #243 crashes into the Pacific Ocean outside of Honolulu, Hawaii due to explosive decompression of the cabin, sparking international attention....

c. 1988 (5/18): Reverend Dean Johnson is charged with tax evasion in Sarasota, Florida, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 1988 (5/19): "Sadie's" announces on its 25th anniversary that it will have 1,015 restaurants, with the first restaurant chain expanding to Japan and Singapore, fueling the "Slow Food" movement across the globe,....

c. 1988 (5/24): The series finale of Supertrain (NBC-TV) breaks records for the most watched TV program.

c. 1988 (5/29): Darrell Waltrip won the 1988 Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway at Charlotte, NC driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1988 (6/2): President Ronald Reagan and other leaders sign agreements to allow the oil development of Antarctica at the United Nations in New York City, New York amidst environmentalist anger,....

c. 1988 (7/23): Space: 1889 (Games Workshop) is released as a video game, sparking national attention and acclaim,....

c. 1988 (7/25): The 1988 Miss Teen USA Pageant is televised from San Bernardino, CA as 51 Teen Girls sang the Opening Number Song "It's Gonna Be My Night Tonight" including Alison Moreno (who represented California in the Pageant was Disqualified from competing at the national pageant after she left her room without a chaperone, contrary to pageant rules.) and later on all but the semi-finalists sang "Surfin' USA" (orig. by The Beach Boys) to start the Swimsuit Competition and after that the Semi-Finalists joined the Non-Finalists and The Reigning Miss Teen USA of 1987 (Kristi Addis) in which they sang Tiffany's "I Saw Him Standing There" in which Kristi Sang Solo with all 51 Teen Girls (including the Disqualified Alison Moreno) sang that song but in the End Mindy Duncan representing Oregon won the Crown.

c. 1988 (7/31): "Luciferian Crusade" proclaims itself a "non-territorial state" with administrative and judicial powers, before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York...

c. 1987 (8/5): Chinese and Indian forces report seeing a UFO in the Himalayan region, sparking tensions between the two countries,....

c. 1988 (8/9): The Chicago Cubs won the first official night game at Wrigley Field by beating the New York Mets 6–4. The lights had been turned on just before the start of last night's game, but that game was rained out.

c. 1988 (8/12): Luciferian Crusade and the Special Forces Mongoose exchange shots trying to disrupt the theft of nuclear material in INGEOMINAS (Instituto Colombiano de Geología y Minería -Colombian Institute of Geology and Mining), 2 elements of the Crusade dead, 3 of the SFM dead. The material is missing, which sparks continental concern.

c. 1988 (8/24): Residents of Cuenca, Ecuador led by Patricia Talbot claim to see the Virgin Mary in a "Marian Apparition", sparking international attention,....

c. 1988 (9/2): "The Nephilim" Cthulhupunk album by the Fields of Nephilim, makes its hit debut in Great Britain, sparking national attention, and the condemnation of local Christian fundamentalist groups,....

c. 1988 (9/8): A. Bartlett Giamatti is unanimously elected by the owners to replace outgoing Commissioner Peter Ueberroth.

c. 1988 (9/18): Vocal Drill Radio gave Kristi Addis and her Miss Teen USA 1988 Girls rendition of "I Saw Him Standing There" by Hitting #1 in the Charts. Also on this day, Michigan Panthers QB Gary Hogeboom grabbed 20 Completions for 205 Yards in a 27-13 win over the (insert team name here) in a Intercontinental Football League game

c. 1988 (9/20): Wade Boggs becomes the first player in Major League history, since 1901, to collect 200 or more hits in six consecutive years. He is also the second player (to Lou Gehrig) to collect 200 hits and 100 bases on balls in three straight seasons.

c. 1988 (9/23): Oakland Oaks OF José Canseco steals his 40th base of the year, and becomes the first member of the 40-40 club. Also on this day, Orion: Our Race Is Our Nation produced by the Luciferian Crusade is released, angering many Roman Catholic leaders including Pope John Paul II,....

c.1988: (9/28) Dr. Inamullah Khan, the Secretary-General of the World Muslim Congress (WMC), a "Luciferian Crusade" sympathizer is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, amidst international controversy....

c. 1988 (10/15): The Los Angeles Dodgers won Game 1 of the 1988 World Series over the Oakland Oaks 5-4 as Kirk Gibson scored the Game Winning Home Run in the Bottom of the 9th.

c. 1988 (10/17): Israeli & Palestinian leaders approve the creation of casinos in the West Bank, sparking controversy from Islamic and Jewish fundamentalists,...

c. 1988 (10/22): Buck Rogers XXVc (TSR Games) is released as a video game, sparking international attention and acclaim,....

c. 1988 (11/3): Talk show host Geraldo Rivera's nose is broken during a taping of his show when a fight begins on the set between guests. The theme of the episode was "Young Hate Mongers," and the fight originated between white supremacy Tom Metzger and liberal activist Roy Innis.

c. 1988 (11/6): Alan Kulwicki driving the #7 Zerex Ford has won the Checker 500 at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, AZ in which he created the polish victory lap despite Kulwicki is Polish American.

c. 1988 (11/11): Brigadier General Charles "Chuck" Sinclair leads a joint U.S./Soviet air raid with the "Flying Furies" against Luciferian Crusade forces in Baghdad, Iraq,...

c. 1988 (11/13): Battle of the Network Stars (ABC-TV) starring stars of all 5 television networks, hosted by Howard Cossell, makes its hit debut

c. 1988 (11/20): Tim Richmond finished in the top to Clinch his First NASCAR Winston Cup Title for Rick Hendrick after Rusty Wallace (in the #27 Kodiak Pontiac) won the 1988 Atlanta Journal 500. Also on this day, Darrell Waltrip won the 1988 Sonoma County Championship 300 at Sears Point Raceway in Sonoma, CA driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet but (insert driver name here) driving the (insert car here) won the 1988 NASCAR Winston Cup Title.

c. 1988 (11/25): Luciferian Crusade sleeper agent "Dragon Tears" is identified as missing Japanese national Toshio Koike, after an attack in Kyoto, Japan,...

c. 1988 (12/6): Doctor Who VI: The Undiscovered Country, directed by Nicholas Meyer, features the last appearance of Jon Pertwee as Doctor Who, makes its hit debut...

c. 1988 (12/31): in a game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and New Jersey Devils, Mario Lemieux scores five goals and becomes the only player in NHL history to score a goal in all five possible game situations in the same game: even-strength, power play, shorthanded, penalty shot, and empty net.

c.1989- Agha Hasan Abedi, BCCI, sells NAVSTAR information to the Soviet Union, sparking a massive intelligence coup...

c. 1989: Japanese Shimizu Corporation announces the intial design and construction of a civilian space tourism program, during a press conference in Osaka, Japan....

c. 1989: The Coming of the Galactic Federation is published in New York City, New York, proclaiming the religious and spiritual tenets of the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 1989: Ground broken on NFDS. Stocks of coal miners fall sharply.

c.1989: INTERPOL agents announce the successful raid on a "Luciferian Crusade" in Oude Pekela, Netherlands, sparking fears of cells throughout NATO...

c. 1989 (1/10): Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz advises President George H.W. Bush to consider peace talks with the "Luciferian Crusade" in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1989 (1/20): Guardian Moon video game is unveiled by Nintendo by Shigeru Miyamoto, becoming a major bestseller and arcade hit,....

c. 1989 (1/21): Police officials report "Otaku/Cosplay" activities in Anaheim, California, sparking international concern...

c. 1989 (2/5): Darrell Waltrip kicked off the 1989 NASCAR Winston Cup season by winning the Winston Western 500 at Riverside International Raceway in Riverside, CA driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1989 (2/17): "Cacophony" album by Cthulhupunk band Rudimentary Peni, popularizes the music genre in Great Britain, sparking international attention,...

c. 1989 (2/19): Darrell Waltrip won the 1989 Daytona 500 at Daytona International Speedway at Daytona Beach, FL driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet

c. 1989 (2/23): Scientists in Durham, New Hampshire warn that outbreaks of "New Pox" occur due to lack of vaccination, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1989 (2/25): WHO/ CDC officials launch a symposium on "Contraceptive Vaccines" in New York City, New York, sparking calls for human experiment trials,...

c. 1989 (2/27): Baghdad Battery; Archaeologists uncover a battery from c. 250 BC in Khuyut Rabbou'a, near Baghdad, Iraq, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1989 (3/1): Actress Elizabeth Taylor dies of drug overdose in Hollywood, California, sparking international attention and concern,..

c. 1989 (3/15): Agent Onatova is a midsession replacement on CBS-TV. It will last several seasons.

c. 1989 (3/22): Filipino officials claim that 8 million Americans participated in online gaming/gambling in the Philippines,....

c. 1988 (4/1): Easter Killer: New Blood horror film sequel makes its hit debut, starring Courtney Cox,....

c. 1989 (4/5): Twilight (DC Comics) mini-series by Alan Moore and drawn by Alex Ross makes its hit debut, focusing on the end of the era of superheroes....

c. 1989 (4/30): Darrell Waltrip won the 1989 Union City 500 at Union City Speedway in Union City, CA driving the #11 Jollibee Chevrolet . Also on this day, "Lucifer Crusade" officials launch an attack against CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia, in revenge for actions taken by agents Cleo Brown and Rex Dart,....

c. 1989 (5/1): Luciferian Crusade members launch a series of attacks as part of Operation RED MAY, aimed at destabilizing the Japanese economy in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1989 (5/14): The Skylinettes of Oakland, CA (Vocal Drill Team for Skyline High School) with Lead Singer Melaney Breault performed in a Jazz Routine to a Debbie Gibson cover called "Only In My Dreams" however that song will later appear as the First Song on the Premiere Episode of Ride Awake on ESPN featuring the In-Car Camera of Tim Richmond and is featured in the EA Sports Video Game NASCAR 2001 in which ESPN Owns the Ride Awake License for this Video Game.

c. 1989 (6/12): Local Canadian couple in Fermeneuve, Quebec reports being abducted by a UFO, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1989 (6/19): After Kelly Ripa announces that she is Leaving Dance Party USA, Heather Day became the new host along with Eddie O'Neill, Tyrone Mitchell (Mr. Mitch) and Cindy Stark (who are also regulars on the show)

c. 1989 (6/23) : Superman Reborn directed by Tim Burton, starring Christopher Reeve, reinvents the film franchise, focusing on the more bizarre elements with Michael Keaton as Toyman,....

c. 1989 (7/6): Assassin Ah Ying turns against the "Luciferian Crusade" in a deadly gun battle in Hong Kong, serving to destabilize the criminal underworld....

c. 1989 (7/7): Adventures In Babysitting (NBC-TV) sitcom starring Joey Lawrence, Brian Austin Green, and Jennifer Guthrie makes its hit debut....

c. 1989 (7/24): MP Nicholas Ridley is elected British Prime Minister, based on a platform in opposition to the European Union, sparking international attention,...

c. 1989 (7/30): To Celebrate Eat Bulaga's 10th Anniversary on Filipino TV, San Francisco TV Station KTSF Channel 26 Picked up Eat Bulaga on a Weekday Basis airing for 2 Hours from 1-3 PM.

c. 1989 (8/12-13): Moscow "Nadsat Riots"; "Nadsat" youth gangs clash in Moscow, disrupting the Moscow Music Peace Festival,...

c. 1989 (9/1): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) is authorized by the Japanese Diet to act against the Luciferian Crusade without any legal concerns in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1989 (9/2): President George H.W. Bush appoints General Robert Remus (a.k.a. "General Slaughter") as Field Commander for the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1989 (9/4): Guardian Moon's Galaxy of Adventure (PTN-TV) animated series makes its hit debut, featuring guest-stars such as NFL player Joe Montana, pro-wrestler Hulk Hogan, and boxer Mike Tyson,....

c. 1989 (9/13): Cape Town Massacre; South African troops fire upon protesters in Cape Town, South Africa led by Mayor Gordon Oliver, Moulana Faried Esack, and Allan Boesak, becoming the final straw for many international observers regarding the apartheid regime,...

c. 1989 (9/29): Greenpeace and Sierra Club members point to 8 icebergs the size of Massachusetts, created in the wake of the developments taking place in Antarctica,...

c. 1989 (10/1): Nevada State Assembly leaders announce plans to create a state registry of all marijuana users on a statewide basis, sparkng national attention....

c. 1989 (10/3): "Geek Chic" is popularized by fashion designers Richard Martin and Keith Juppert in New York City, New York...

c. 1989 (10/10): South African government officials announce the execution of ANC leader Walter Sisulu in Johannesburg, South Africa,...

c. 1989 (10/17): Game 3 of the World Series between the AL Champion Oakland Oaks vs. NL Champion San Francisco Seals was interrupted by an Earthquake at 5:04 PM as thousands of people were already in the stadium when the quake occurred. Because of the coincidence of timing, it was the first major earthquake in the United States ever to be broadcast by live television.

c. 1989 (10/28): Game 4 of the World Series took place as the Oakland Oaks defeat the San Francisco Seals 9-6 to Capture the 1989 World Series title as Rickey Henderson got the Lead-Off Home Run to Start Game 4 of the World Series. Also on this day, Hoosier Millionaire made it's debut on Syndication Statewide on Indiana produced by the Hoosier Lottery hosted by Mark Patrick..

c. 1989 (10/29): The Belgian UFO wave begins. Triangular UFO's fly over the nation of Belgium, this will end in April 1990...

c. 1989 (11/23): Free South Africa Movement rallies are held nationwide, with c. 250,000 protesting in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1989 (11/27): Special Forces Mongoose disrupts the terrorist attempt by Carlos Alberto Arcila in alliance with the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 1989 (12/11): San Francisco 49ers QB Joe Montana set a Monday Night Football record with 458 yards thrown in one game and also threw three touchdown passes. Montana achieved this versus the Los Angeles Rams in a 30-27 win for the San Francisco 49ers.

c. 1989 (12/20): U.S. troops are deployed into Johannesburg, South Africa, "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas back the Afrikaner Broderband led by Carel Boshoff, sparking international attention,...
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c.1990: Starlite plastic demonstrated on BBC

c.1990: NASA officials announce the completion of the U.S. Space Station Freedom, at a press conference at Cape Canaveral, Florida, sparking international attention....

c. 1990: NASA officials announce lunar base construction begins for Project PLYMOUTH ROCK at a press conference at Cape Canaveral, Florida....

c. 1990: In an effort to establish the thermal limits of Starlite, British Atomic Weapons Establishment fires lasers at a Starlite egg intended to simulate the 10,000 C temperatures found in a nuclear blast. The material is not effected.

c. 1990*: Covert entry by Luciferian agents into Maurice Ward's home and factory fail to recover Starlite formula. Ward himself escapes capture only by a stroke of luck, when a police officer notices surreptitious activity at his home just before he returned; in the ensuing shootout, two police officers and six Luciferian agents are killed. The Luciferian snatch team at the factory escapes.

c. 1990*: In a radical reorientation of the NASP program, Rockwell International announces a joint venture with British Aerospace to use "revolutionary new materials" in the vehicle. BAe also begins talks with jet engine manufacturers to use Starlite in more conventional vehicles.

c. 1990: International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF) is held in Salt Lake City, Utah, as representatives 37 different countries discuss the nature of muon-catalyzed fusion (uCF), sparking international attention...

c.1990- Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti surrenders to law enforcement authorities in Rome, Italy after winning immunity from prosecution and revealing "Luciferian Crusade" infiltration of NATO governments...

c.1990- Black January; Soviet military officials raid a suspected "Luciferian Crusade"/ "Cobra" cell in Baku, Azerbaijan, 93 people killed in the process, sparking international attention,...

c. 1990: Gert van Rooyen is accused of forming a "Luciferian Crusade" cell in Johannesburg, South Africa, sparking panic over alleged murders...

c.1990: FBI agents arrest Safet and Ingeborg Sarich, a couple in Winnetka, Illinois, after it is revealed they are leaders of a "Luciferian Crusade" cell....

c. 1990 (1/24): Residents of Kingston, New York report a case of "spontaneous human combustion" along a highway, and within a car, sparking national attention,....

c. 1990 (1/26): Police and FBI officials report the spread of the "Otaku/Cosplay" problem to Costa Mesa, California,....

c. 1990 (2/1): Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse holds a major fundraiser for President George H. W. Bush in Washington D.C., at the Biltmore Hotel,...

c. 1990 (2/2): U.S. troops announce the liberation of Nelson Mandela from Robben Island, South Africa, amidst international attention and concern,...

c. 1990 (2/10): Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse proclaims the creation of the "Retrenchment Socierty" whereby women must be submissive to their husbands, during services in Rockville, Maryland.

c. 1990 (2/12-14): Soviet "Nadsat" youth gangs clash with police authorities and Tajikistani nationalists in Dunshanbe, Tajikistan,....

c. 1990 (2/24): CIA Assistant Director Carl Davis launches a series of "black-ops" operations against the "Luciferian Crusade" after the death of several field agents in Sydney, Australia,....

c. 1990 (3/2): The 1990 Miss USA Pageant is Televised on CBS live from Wichita, KS as 51 Girls performed the Opening Number Song titled "Right in the Middle" with the Naval Air Training Command Choir, and then later on in the halftime production number 51 Girls performed "Sing Sing Sing" without the Naval Air Training Command Choir but in the end Carole Gist of Michigan won the title of Miss USA. Also on this day, Luciferian Crusade forces attack the Hoshikawa Institute in Kyoto, Japan, a training center for the Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)), fueling concern about "moles" in the agency,...

c. 1990 (3/15): Tucker Corporation unveils the "1991 Zeta" in Ypsilanti, Michigan, which Car & Driver magazine describes as "one of the worst cars designed ever..."

c. 1990 (3/21): South-West Africa People's Organization (SWAPO) guerillas begin entering into South Africa from Angola, sparking international attention,...

c. 1990 (4/1): CBS dismisses prominent sportscaster Brent Musburger one day before his final assignment for the network, the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship. Musburger would contract with ABC Sports later the same year.

c. 1990 (4/11): At Anaheim Stadium, California Angels pitchers Mark Langston (seven innings) and Mike Witt (two innings) combine to no-hit the Sacramento Rivercats, 1–0, for the first combined no-hitter in the major leagues since 1976. It is Langston's first start for the Angels since signing as a free agent in the off-season. Angels first baseman Wally Joyner makes an error in the fitth inning when he overthrows Langston on Pete O'Brien's grounder. O'Brien tries for second base‚ not realizing that catcher Simon Mah backs up the play, and he is out.

c. 1990 (4/20): Pete Rose pleads guilty to two charges of filing false income tax returns not showing income he receives from selling autographs, memorabilia, and from horse racing winnings also that date Brian Holman completed a perfect game after retiring 26 Oakland Oaks batters in an eventual 6–0 Seattle Mariners win.

c. 1990 (5/4): South African Defense Forces launch an offensive against SWAPO guerillas at Chetequera, Angola, amidst international condemnation,...

c. 1990 (5/10) South African Defense Forces push SWAPO forces into Cassinga, Angola, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. c. 1990 (5/27): Skyway Convention is cancelled due to a lack of interest and due to financial costs associated with the recession,....

c. 1990 (5/29): Tensions mount when World Trade Organization (WTO) in Vienna, Austria, warns Palestinian officials that their police jurisdiction doesn't allow for extradition and prosecution of criminals outside their borders,....

c. 1990 (6/2): At the Kingdome, Randy Johnson of the Seattle Mariners no-hits the Detroit Tigers 2-0. The no-hitter is the first in both Mariner and Kingdome history.

c. 1990 (6/3): Grandmaster Angel Cabales hosts the first "Escrima" match in Manila, Philippines, attracting fighters from across the globe,....

c. 1990 (6/8-7/8): FIFA World Cup is held in Leningrad, USSR, highlighting Cold War tensions, sparking international attention,....

c. 1990 (6/27) : Days of Thunder starring Tom Cruise is released in which Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise) is a young racer with years of experience in open-wheel racing. He is recruited by car dealership tycoon Tim Daland (Randy Quaid) to race for his team in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series.

c. 1990 (7/1): While no longer recognized as such, the New York Yankees' Andy Hawkins pitches a no hitter at old Comiskey Park. However, walks and errors lead to four unearned runs as the Chicago White Sox win 4-0. Hawkins pitches for the visiting team, and pitches only 8 innings since there is no bottom of the 9th.

c. 1990 (7/10): Six American League pitchers combine for a two-hitter and a 2–0 victory over the National League in a rain-delayed All-Star Game at Wrigley Field. Dallas Rangers second baseman Julio Franco drives in both runs in the 7th inning and is named MVP. Also on this day, Tesla-inspired rebels led by Ljubo Vujovic, Boris Mardesic, and William Terbo launch the movement to create a "Tesla-inspired technocracy" in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia,...

c. 1990 (7/14): British Prime Minister threatens to withdraw Great Britain from the European Union in a speech in Brussels, Belgium, sparking tensions throughout the region,....

c. 1990 (7/17): The Minnesota Twins turn two triple plays in a single game against the Iowa Oaks, yet still lose the game 1–0 on an unearned run.

c. 1990 (7/18): The 1990 Miss Teen USA Pageant took place at Biloxi, MS in which the pageant aired on CBS as the Opening Started as 51 Teen Girls sang "We Are Tomorrow" as the Opening Number Song whuch will later make it to the game's soundtrack of Mouse Davis Football 2002, along wit Madonna's Rendition of Vogue as sung by the Non-Finalists to Open the Swimsuit Competition and then All 51 Teen Girls (including the Non-Finalists) as well as the Reigning Miss Teen USA Brandi Sherwood sang 9.95 (orig. by Spunkadelic) in which also later made it to the Soundtrack of Mouse Davis Football 2002.

c. 1990 (7/19): Pete Rose is sentenced to five months in the medium security Prison Camp at the United States Penitentiary in Marion, Illinois and fined $50,000. Rose pleads guilty to two charges of filing false income tax returns not showing income he receives from selling autographs, memorabilia, and from horse racing winnings on April 20.

c. 1990 (7/31): Nolan Ryan of the Texas Rangers earns his 300th career win, against the Waco Navigators in the Texas Baseball League.

c. 1990 (8/3): Luciferian Crusade sleeper agent "Dragon Tears" launches an abortive attack against the Soviet Politburo in Moscow, triggering a massive international crisis,...

c. 1990 (8/10): "Flat-lining", the process of triggering near-death experiences becomes a popular fad, starting in Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union,....

c. 1990 (8/15): At Union City Stadium, Terry Mulholland of the Union City Colts no-hits the San Francisco Seals 6-0.

c. 1990 (8/25): In the fourth inning of a 14-4 victory over the Oakland Athletics at Tiger Stadium, Cecil Fielder of the Detroit Tigers, batting against Dave Stewart, hits a home run that clears the left-field roof. The home run is the third overall, and the first by a Tiger, to clear the left-field roof. Harmon Killebrew hits a home run over the roof in 1962 and Frank Howard in 1968.

c. 1990 (9/10): The California Music Channel debuted a New Game Show called Hollywood Teasers hosted by Entertainment Tonight's Robb Weller (Click this Link to See the Game in Action) however CMC's First Game Show ever and is a First Under a Merrill Heatter Production.

c. 1990 (10/4): South African Defense Minister Roelf Meyer calls for the establishment of a "racial militia" during talks in Johannesburg, South Africa,...

c. 1990 (10/29): White House Shootout is launched, backed by the Luciferian Crusade, primarily as a recruitment tool, causing it to be banned in 16 countries,...

c. 1990 (11/18): Australian entrepreneur announces the construction of the Pangaea Antarctic Resort near McMurdo Sound, during a press conference in Sydney, Australia, environmental groups voice their outrage,...

c. 1990 (11/24): Marina Tsvigun (a.k.a. Maria Devi Christos) is proclaimed spiritual advisor to the Soviet Politburo, sparking international attention in Moscow,....

c. 1990 (12/9) Battle of Orania; Carel Boshoff leads a last-stand offensive in Orania, South Africa, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1990 (12/20): ESPN aired a Special Episode of Cheer For The Holidays featuring Cheerleading and Vocal Drill Teams and among them includes the Vocal Drill Teams from the University of Illinois, Memphis State University and Mater Dei High School...

c.1991- INTERPOL police officials are told Agha Hasan Abedi, BCCI CEO, is helping to finance terrorist organizations, unfortunately, the same report claims that Abedi is "psychic"...

c.1991- "Cobra" agents Otto Ernst Remer and Herbert Schweiger begin recruitment of right-wing extremists during riots in Rostock, Dresden and Berlin, in the newly reunified Germany....

c. 1991: Mouse Davis Football '92 is Released from EA Sports with the UNAPFC License including all the teams and players for the PC, Sega and Super Nintendo.

c.1991- Stronnictwo Narodowe takes power in post-communist Poland. Described by many as "the Catholic answer to the Ayatollah", Maciej Giertych is the new President. The regime is theocratic and anti-semitic, and expresses a desire to export it's ideology throughout Central Europe.

c. 1991: M&M's announces the release of "Raisin M&M's" during a press conference in Newark, New Jersey....

c. 1991 The Defenders (Marvel Comics) emerges as the premiere team of the Marvel Universe...

c. 1991: R20: Galatic Airport anime series by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto and Gainax, makes its debut....

c. 1991: The Sum of All Fears by Tom Clancy becomes a New York Times bestseller, detailing a "Luciferian Crusade" plot to trigger a war between the United States and Soviet Union...

c. 1991 (1/13): Battle of Vilnius; Soviet troops battles against "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas in Vilnius, Lithuania SSR,...

c. 1991 (1/16): President Slobodan Milošević attempts a massive crackdown against the "Tesla Technocrats" in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia,...

c. 1991 (2/6): In a shocking development, General Susilo Bambang Kerbau announces his alliance to the "Luciferian Crusade" during a televised address in Jakarta, Indonesia,...

c. 1991 (2/7): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui uncovers an arms smuggling network by the "Luciferian Crusade" in North Africa,....

c. 1991 (2/9): ANC leader Nelson Mandela launches a 17-nation speaking tour calling for boycotts and divestment from South Africa, in an effort to force the apartheid government to accept peace talks in Paris, France,...

c. 1991 (2/10): Egyptian government officials announce the restoration of the Great Sphinx at Giza, Egypt, sparking international media attention,....

c. 1991 (2/15): World League for Freedom and Democracy (WFLD) establishes a base at Kyanpu, Japan, as a means to expand air operations against the Luciferian Crusade throughout Asia,...

c. 1991 (2/17): Dale Earnhardt won his First Daytona 500 in 1991 driving the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet for Richard Childress Racing. Also on this day, The Southeast Polk Ram Ladies with Lead Singer and Captain Jamie Solinger swept the Iowa Drill Team Championship in which she sings Buffalo Stance (orig. by Neneh Cherry) in a Jazz Routine along with a Kick Routine in which she sang (insert song name here)

c. 1991 (2/18): ESPN debuts a new Music Video Show called Ride Awake focusing on In-Car Cameras of Top NASCAR Drivers set to past Vocal Drill Team Performances, In It's First Episode the first song is "Only In My Dreams" performed by the Skylinettes of Skyline High School in Oakland, CA under Lead Singer Melaney Breault from the 1989 Golden State Drill Team Championships with the In-Car Camera of Tim Richmond driving the #25 Folger's Chevrolet.

c. 1991 (3/7): South African Defense Forces (SADF) launch attacks into Siabalengu, Zambia in an effort to push back against SWAPO guerillas,...

c. 1991 (3/11): The Wyoming toad (a.k.a. Baxter's toad) is declalred extinct by wildlife experts in Mortenson, Wyoming,...

c. 1991 (3/20): Serbian nationalist leader Slobodan Milošević, launches a right-wing resistance force against the technocratic regime in Sarajevo,...

c. 1991 (3/31): "Luciferian Crusade" propaganda proclaims that the "apocalypse shall begin starting at the Rhine River..."

c. 1991 (4/1): Tom Thunder IV creates a device which exploits the Biefeld-Brown Effect, effectively creating a device that repels gravity in Boston, Massachusetts; The device is almost immediately targeted by the Luciferian Crusade....

c. 1991 (4/8): Random Comics and its characters are purchased by Marvel Comics under the leadership of Jim Shooter

c. 1991 (4/12): Out for Justice popularizes the art of "Escrima Serrada" with the introduction of Grandmaster Daniel Inosanto to the big screen,....

c. 1991 (4/16): Fashion designer Ralph Matthews proclaims the idea of ear-piercings for infants and toddlers in Los Angeles, California,...

c. 1991 (4/22): British Tory MPs call for the restriction of Skyway jetpacks outside of metropolitan city limits, in London, England,...

c. 1991 (4/29): MP David Icke is named one of the "rising stars of the Labor Party" during a television interview in Leicester, England.....

c. 1991 (5/11): Battle of Goedgevonden; Eugène Terre'Blanche leads a massive offensive, backed by the "Luciferian Crusade" against Allied forces at Goedgevonden, South Africa....

c. 1991 (5/12): Nora Abille was a Lead Singer for the Encinal Jets Flight Crew when she sang "Baby I'm a Star" as the Flight Crew of Encinal High won the Kick Category in the 1991 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships the Jets will not win another Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship until 2007 when Jade Aganus took over singing that song.

c. 1991 (5/19): "Sadie's" restaurants announces expansion into China, Kuwait, Lebanon and South Korea, with 2,498 restaurants across the globe, sparking international attention,...

c. 1991 (5/23): The Further Adventures of Doctor Who ends its run with the final episode, "All Good Things..."

c. 1991 (6/1): Tom Thunder IV announces his research into cybernetics, for the U.S. Defense Department in Washington D.C., citing the threat of the Luciferian Crusade,...

c. 1991 (6/7): About 200,000 people attend a parade of 8,800 returning Persian Gulf War troops in Washington, D.C.

c. 1991 (6/11): President George H.W. Bush warns AOL,Yahoo, et al. that advertising by online gambling institutions are considered illegal, during a press conference in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1991 (6/18): President George H.W. Bush proclaims that development of oil resources in Antarctica would be essential to "international oil independence",...

c. 1991 (6/29): Police report "Otaku" gang violence in Los Angeles, California, sparking fears of a posible drug craze....

c. 1991 (7/23): House of Representatives members led by Pat Schroeder (D-CO)condemn efforts of the Bush administration to crackdown on hashish bars and a national registry of marijuana users....

c. 1991 (7/25): World League for Feeedom and Democracy (WLFD) call for an expansion of air operations in the Middle East from "Area 13" during hearings in Geneva, Switzerland,.....

c. 1991 (8/1): Tom Thunder IV warns of the dangers created by genetic research , during a press conference in New York City, New York,...

c. 1991 (8/6): During a terrorist attack at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York, General Robert Remus is exposed as an agent of the "Luciferian Crusade" sparking a national political scandal...

c. 1991 (8/9): Battle of Ventersdorp; Eugène Terre'Blanche leads a massive offensive, backed by the "Luciferian Crusade" against Allied forces at Ventersdorp, South Africa....

c.1991 (8/15): Large multidenominational crowds in Mosul, Iraq claim to see the Virgin Mary in a "Marian Apparition", sparking international attention,....

c. 1991 (8/17): Chronoteam (DC Comics) makes its hit debut with a time-traveling team consisting of Booster Gold, Rip Hunter, Jonah Hex, Animal Man, Cave Carson, Congorilla, and Dolphin....

c. 1991 (8/18): Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop is named chief spiritual advisor to the office of the Soviet Premier in Moscow, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1991(9/2): Police officials in Chicago, Illinois report the first reported "cosplay" gangs in Chicago, Illinois, sparking national attention,...

c. 1991 (9/9): The United States Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs and the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations announces an investigation of the Remus Scandal...

c. 1991 (9/22): Developer Sol Kirzner, a.k.a. "Sun King", announces plans for the construction of a $650 million resort, an effort to attract the rich to travel to Antarctica, during a press conference in Tel Aviv, Israel,...

c. 1991 (9/30): Senator Sam Nunn of Georgia (D-GA), Chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee, Announces that the Armed Services Committee and Senate Intelligence Committee will be investigating the Remus and fellow officers around him. Also they state to investigate the President and the White House.

c. 1991 (10/13): Bush Administration is scandalized after the U.S. Senate rejects nominee Clarence Thomas, amidst accusations by Professor Anita Hill in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1991 (10/27): Pitcher Todd Van Poppel leads the Oakland Oaks to the World Series, sparking national attention in Oakland, California as they defeat the Atlanta Crackers 1-0 in 10 innings as Dan Gladden (1) scored the Game Winning Run in Game 7 with Van Poppel taking the win while Alejandro Pena takes the loss...

c. 1991 (11/1): White House Chief of Staff George Walter Pearch (a.k.a. Wally George) is outed as a supporter of General Remus. He resigns in disgrace....

c. 1991 (11/7): United States Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney is forced to resign, he conveyed intelligence to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs Robert Remus...

c. 1991 (11/15): Doctor Who VII: Legacy, starring Malcolm McDowell, features the last appearance of Peter Davison as Doctor Who, makes its hit debut...

c. 1991 (12/1): Tom Thunder IV reports a series of underwater bases by the Luciferian Crusade near the region of Bermuda,...

c. 1991 (12/7): Guardian Moon's Spaced Out Adventures (FOX-TV) flops after low production values and confusing storylines,....

c. 1991 (12/8): ESPN aired another UDA Compliation Special called Thrills & Spills '91 featuring Auto Race Moments seen on ESPN set to Music from Top High School and College Vocal Drill Teams hosted by Ride Awake's Jeff Webb later installments included Bob Jenkins co-hosting with Jeff Webb beginning in 1993 to 1994 before Bob Jenkins went solo in 1995 until 1997, Beginning in 1998 Thrills & Spills is done without a Host.

c. 1991 (12/16): Serbian paramilitary groups launch attacks on technocratic regime supports in Joševica, Yugoslavia, sparking international attention; Also on this day, Christian fundamentalists led by Maureen Cox report seeing the Virgin Mary in a "Marian apparition" in Dallas, Texas, sparking national attention,....

c. 1991 (12/18): Swedish officials lift their ban on Skyway jetpacks nationwide, in a legislative vote in Stockholm, Sweden,....

c.1991 (12/20): The Vice President of the United States, Jack Kemp is connected to Remus by the Washington Post. Also on this day,
Peace talks regarding the war in South Africa occur, establishing a nationwide ceasefire.

c. 1991 (12/21): Serbian paramilitary group "Knindže" launches a massive attack on technocracy supporters in Bruška, Yugoslavia,...

c. 1992*: Lockheed, Pratt & Whitney, and BAe enter talks to use Starlite plastic in F-22 program.

c. 1992: Japan's Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI) announces that it is launching a "New Hydrogen Energy (NHE)" led by Hideo Ikegami, during a press conference in Tokyo, Japan...

c. 1992: Mouse Davis Football '93 is Released from EA Sports with the UNAPFC License with all the teams and players along with some classic teams and players with Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly is on the Cover

c.1992- "Luciferian Crusade" members led by Shoko Asahara obtain several nuclear weapons from the collapsing Soviet Union, including several "suitcase" bombs....

c. 1992: Police officials in Martensville, Saskatchewan, uncover a "secret cell" of the "Luciferian Crusade" sparking panic throughout Canada....

c. 1992 (1/1): Zail Singh of India is named the United Nations Secretary-General, promising a hardline against the "Luciferian Crusade" in New York City, New York....

c. 1992 (1/7): Yugoslav People's Army (YPA) members fire upon a European Union (EU) observer helicopter in Novi Marof, Yugoslavia,....

c. 1992 (1/15): In a controversial move, the U.S. Department of the Treasury announces that Martin Luther King Jr., will appear on the $20 bill, during a press conference in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1992 (1/26): Champions League Play Closed Out as the Havana Dolphins and the Dallas Cowboys took part in the Grand Final of Football the Super Bowl XXVI which will start for the next 3 years, Round 1 took place in Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, MN, the first time the Super Bowl was held in that city as Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman fired 4 TD Passes to beat Dan Marino and his Havana Dolphins 36-28.

c. 1992 (2/8-23): The XVIth Winter Olympics are held in Sofia, Bulgaria, amidst pro-democracy protests and civil unrest nationwide,...

c. 1992 (2/10): Foreign construction workers aboard a Fokker-50 plane, crashes en route to Antarctica, killing 46 people in the process,...

c. 1992 (2/12): Three female vigilantes, Fengbao (Storm), Ying (Hawk), and Zhanshi nuzi (Warrior Women), battle against the "Luciferian Crusade" in Shanghai, sparking international attention as the Yǒufú de sānchóngzòu ("Blessed Trio")....

c. 1992 (2/20): Conspiracy Theorist Jim Marrs writes the book Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy, which implicates the Luciferian Crusade in JFK's assassination. He claimed that J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI and CIA member George HW Bush were members of the cult and that they have infiltrated the US through secret cabals and networks. Also on this day, The Simpsons episode, Homer at the Bat airs featuring guest appearances by Roger Clemens (San Antonio Missions), Wade Boggs (Boston Red Sox), Ken Griffey, Jr. (Seattle Mariners), Steve Sax (Sacramento Rivercats), Ozzie Smith (Wichita Braves), José Canseco (Oakland Oaks), Don Mattingly (New York Yankees), Darryl Strawberry (Los Angeles Dodgers) and Mike Scioscia (California Angels). Also on this day, Senator Alan Keyes (R-MD) announces he will run against President George Bush for the Republican nomination,...

c. 1992 (2/21): European Union (EU) President Jose Cutileiro condemns the "aggressive actions" taken by the Yugoslavian government, during a speech in Brussels, Belgium,...

c. 1992 (2/22): Giorgio Armani announces plans for the construction of a $1 billion arcology in Antarctica, sparking outrage throughout the environmental community,....

c. 1992 (3/1): "Luciferian Crusade" members led by Yoshinori Watanabe launch a media campaign against the Diet in Tokyo, Japan, proclaiming the organization as "defenders of national honor"...

c. 1992 (3/11):Azanian People's Liberation Army (APLA) led by Matooane Mapefane launches a major offensive in East London, South Africa,....

c. 1992 (4/16): Detective Chow Lee a massive organ-harvesting operation being managed by the "Luciferian Crusade" in Homg Kong, erupting in a massive gun battle,...

c. 1992 (5/3) In Justice League of America (DC Comics) Hawkman (a.k.a. Katar Hol) betrays the group, leading the Thanagarian takeover of the planet,...

c. 1992 (5/6): Commission for Assistance to the Free World (CAFW) is established by President George H.W. Bush in Washington D.C., sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1992 (5/7): "Let's Go to the Arcade" single by Debbie Gibson, makes its hit musical debut, sparking the attention of the gaming community in Los Angeles, California...

c. 1992 (5/22): Japanese film director Juzo Itami is assassinated by members of the "Luciferian Crusade" during a rally in Tokyo, Japan....

c. 1992(6/5): Residents of Leka, outside of Trondheim, Norway, report the abduction of a child by an eagle, sparking international attention,...

c. 1992 (6/12): With the approval of President George H.W. Bush, Colonel Charles "Chuck" Sinclair leads a covert raid against Luciferian Crusade cells in the Peruvian Andes,...

c. 1992 (6/17): Boipatong Massacre; Inkhata Feedom Party(IFP) and African National Congress (ANC) forces clashes in the township of Boipatong, South Africa,....

c. 1992 (6/19): Superman Lives directed by Tim Burton, starring Christopher Reeve and Michelle Pfieffer as the Maxima, Danny DeVito as Mr. Myxlptlk sparks protest over its sexist treatment of women, with Maxima hunting for a mate,....

c. 1992 (6/20): "Dan & Dave" ad campaign is launched by Reebok, promoting the competition between U.S. decatheletes Dan O'Brien and Dave Johnson at the Barcelona Summer Olympics; Also on that day, Tucker Corporation announces that with its "1993 Elektra" the transformation of its feet of cars to a hybrid/ electric fleet starting within 5 years, in Ypsilanti, Michigan,....

c. 1992 (6/30): the series Agent Onatova begins to introduces Marvel universe characters. Particularly Black Widow as a recurring friend and ally against the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 1992 (7/4): In a nationally televised stunt, Evel Knievel jumps over the Statue of Liberty in a jet-powered vehicle in New York City, New York. Also on this day, Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui battles against the "Luciferian Crusade" in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia,....

c. 1992 (7/6-8): The San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers play a series of three doubleheaders at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers sweep the first doubleheader, the San Francisco Giants sweep the second, and the two teams split the third. The doubleheaders are part of a series that had been postponed because of the Los Angeles Riots.

c. 1992 (7/23): Una,The Cave Woman directed by Sam Raimi, makes its film debut, with the character "re-imagined" as a "warrior woman", winning appeal as a feminist icon,....

c. 1992 (7/25): German Bundestag rules that Skyway jetpacks are restricted to usage outside of metropolitan city limits in Berlin, sparking international attention,...

c. 1992 (7/25-8/9): The XXVth Summer Olympics take place in Paris, France, the second time the city has hosted the event since 1900, sparking international attention,...

c. 1992 (8/9): Making His Pacific Coast Football League Debut QB Mark Barsotti of the Fresno Raisin Fighters grabbed 5 Touchdowns (including 2 Passing Touchdowns to (insert player name here) in a 47-17 win over (insert team name here)

c. 1992 (8/21-23): Oxford Riots; "Fellowship" members clash with police and university officials at Oxford University, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1992 (8/23): The Sun publishes the first part of the Scandal that will later be known Squidgygate. This involves the Princess of Wales and her friend James Gilbey. The scandal eventually leads to the revelations of Prince of Wales, Charles is having an affair with Camilla Parker-Bowles...

c. 1992 (8/25): The 1992 Miss Teen USA Pageant took place in Biloxi, MS with 50 Teenage Woman singing the Opening Number titled "Follow Your Dreams" arranged by Tom Bahler, in addition the girls sang in a halftime production number with a mash up of Jam (orig. by Michael Jackson) and Vibeology (orig. by Paula Abdul) with additional vocals by Miss Teen USA 1991 Janel Bishop, but in the end Jamie Solinger representing Iowa won the title of Miss Teen USA.

c. 1992 (9/7): The Group APEX Kai was Formed by Anthony "AC" Lorenzo when he invited Andrew "Dru" Gapuz, Geoffrey "Geof" Lintao, Quincy "Q" Victoria and Leo Chan (the group's sole Chinese American member) to perform at a San Francisco benefit concert. Following a group split, AC, Dru and Leo began working as a trio and in 1995, added Errol Viray and AC's cousin Andrey "Drey" Silva. Also on this day, Ceasefire collapses after Afrikaner guerillas launch a brutal attack on Ciskei, South Africa, sparking international condemnation,...

c. 1992 (9/12): Action Bot syndicated animated series based on the toyline by Yamato Toys, is revived as a video game series, sparking international attention,....

c. 1992 (9/13): Vallejo Thundercats CB John Vlahos ran a 88 Yard Interception Return for a Touchdown in a 28-26 win over the Chico Jaguars.

c. 1992 (9/22): Yugoslavia proclaimed a "rogue state" after its delegation walks out of the United Nations in New York City, New York; Also on this day, Vice-President Jack Kemp is caught sleeping with a Playboy playmate at a GOP fundraiser in Los Angeles, California, sending the party into disarray,....

c. 1992 (9/27): Members of Earth First! are blamed for industrial sabotage at the Pangaea Antarctic Tourism Site on McMurdo Sound, killing 18 workers in the process,....

c. 1992 (10/3): Kosaku Shima launches a campaign to reform the economic struction for the "working salaryman" in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1992 (10/8): Columbus Day Riots; American Indian Movement (AIM) groups launch massive protests, disrupting ceremonies dedicating the 500th anniversary of Christopher Colombus landing in the Americas....

c. 1992 (10/10): SFM infiltrates into a cell of the Luciferian Crusade in Barrancabermeja, in the Santander Department. Three Luciferian agents captured alive, 5 dead.

c. 1992 (10/24): The Toronto Blue Jays clinch their first World Series championship with a 4–3 win over the Atlanta Crackers in Game 6. Dave Winfield's 2–out, 2–run double in the top of the 11th gives Toronto a 4–2 lead. The Crackers score one run in the bottom half of the inning and have the tying run on the 3rd when the final out is made. Jimmy Key wins the game in relief, and Candy Maldonado homers for Toronto. Blue Jays catcher Pat Borders, with a .450 batting average, is named the Series MVP. The Toronto Blue Jays finish the season without being swept in any series. It is the first team from outside the United States to win the World Series.

c. 1992 (10/22): Guns N' Roses performs a heavy-metal version of "Amazing Grace" on MTV, sparking national controversy by parents groups and religious organizations,....

c.1992 Presidential Election (note: first presidential election different than OTL) George H.W. Bush narrowly loses renomination to Maryland Senator Alan Keyes, darling of the conservative movement (note: no Iraq War, therefore no popularity boost); conservatives FAR more pissed at him going back on "no new taxes". California Governor George Deukmejian becomes his running mate. Democrats nominate New York Governor Mario Cuomo for President and Massachusetts Senator Paul Tsongas for Vice-President. The election is surprisingly won by independent candidate Ross Perot. His running mate was General Colin Powell, hero of the South African War.

c. 1992 (11/10): The Philippines wins its suit with the World Trade Organization (WTO) despite political pressure by the United States in New York City, New York...

c. 1992 (11/15): Japanese courts rule that Skyway jetpacks are to be regulated under the same laws as aircraft, during a ruling in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 1992 (11/27): Battle of the Network Stars (CBS-TV) starring stars of all 5 television networks, hosted by Pat Sajack, makes its hit debut. Also on this day, Guardian Moon: Space Battles video game is unveiled by Nintendo by Shigeru Miyamoto, becoming a major bestseller and arcade hit,....

c. 1992 (12/1): Tom Thunder IV reports a series of genetic accidents in Laguna Beach, California, fueling concern about the environment,....

c. 1992 (12/1) -1993 (3/22): Federal officials report the swarm of Africanized bees starting in New Orleans, Louisiana, sparking international attention and concern,.....

c. 1992 (12/7): Japanese officials announce the completion of the 1.2-kilometer arcology Kitakyushu; dubbed "Dragon City" due to its use of geothermal energy to heat and power the facilities,....

c. 1992 (12/12) Batman (DC Comics) has been transformed permanently into a vampire by Nocturna, after narrowly surviving an attack by Bane,...

c. 1992 (12/18): AARP members state that they support the protection of marijuana legalization by 72%, sparking national debate on the topic...

c. 1992 (12/22): Aerobics instructor Joanna Grenside is kidnapped in Harpenden, England, sparking national attention and concern,...

c.1993- Former President George H.W. Bush, former Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi and the Emir of Kuwait are assassinated by "Cobra" agents in Kuwait City, Kuwait, sparking international attention,....

c. 1993*: Sample of Starlite plastic stolen from Lockheed by Luciferian agent.

c. 1993- Cash-strapped Russia sells the Kaliningrad Oblast to Germany. It's slated to become a German state by 2000 and is renamed "Prussia".
Polish President Maciej Giertych condemns the action as an attempt to encircle "Holy Poland"...

c. 1993: Aoki Uru (“Blue Uru”) anime film by Yoshiyuki Sadamoto and Gainax, makes its debut....

c. 1993: IAEA officials report that highly enriched uranium (HEU) for 20 nuclear weapons was stolen from Soviet facilities in Kazakhstan at Baikonur and Alma-Ata, sparking international attention and concern....

c. 1993 (1/1): juror in the case of the sex scandal of Michael Mates announces that she can't serve in the jury pool, citing his role as a "Whovian",..

c. 1993 (1/16): Ljubo Vujovic, Boris Mardesic, and William Terbo lead a rally in New York City, New York calling for support for the "Tesla-inspired technocracy" in Yugoslavia; Also on this day, Chinese PLA units under Chan Ka-Kui begin operations throughout Indonesia in an effort to destabilize the regime of General Susilo Bambang Kerbau, as tensions mount throughout the Pacific Rim,...

c. 1993(1/25): In the first action of a major "Luciferian Crusade" offensive, operatives led by Aimal Qazi, launch a massive attack against CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1993 (1/31): After Both Teams had went 7-0 in Champions League Play the Dolphins and Cowboys Met Again in Super Bowl XXVII at the Rose Bowl as Troy Aikman fired 4 TD Passes to Outwit Dan Marino's Havana Dolphins 52-17 to Defend their Super Bowl Title back to Dallas.

c. 1993 (2/1): Tom Thunder IV theorizes that a series of earthquakes in Southeast Asia maybe the work of the Luciferian Crusade, utilizing technologies from Nikola Tesla's files,....

c. 1993 (2/14): Shannen McKean released her first album called "Days In The Bay" with her First Song which is the title song by McKean which hitted as a Single but made the Top 40 for 2 Months until April 10th.

c. 1993 (2/20): Yugoslavian officials refuse inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), during meetings in Geneva, Switzerland, sparking international tensions,...

c. 1993 (2/19): The 1993 Miss USA Pageant took place in Wichita, KS for the 4th and Last Consecutive Year when the pageant is televised on CBS as 51 Young Women sang "Dawning of a New Day" as the Opening Number

c. 1993 (2/21): Star Trek (PTN-TV) airs the final episode of the series, after 28 seasons on the air continuously, after the death of Gene Roddenberry, campaign are launched by fans to continue the series...

c. 1993 (3/2): Hasbro Inc. introduces the action figure toy line Star Brigade in New York City, New York, about an international space force that battles against the evil forces of the "Lunartrix Crusade"....

c. 1993 (3/12): "Luciferian Crusade" agents led by Dawood Ibrahim launch a series of deadly bombings in Mumbai, India, sparking civil unrest and tension nationwide. Also on this day, Yugoslavian officials announce that they will withdraw as signatories to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) during a press conference in New York City, New York,.....

c. 1993 (4/1): NASCAR Fans had played an April Fools Joke that 1992 Winston Cup Champion Alan Kulwicki died in a Plane Crash on that date after returning from an appearance at the Knoxville Hooters in a Hooters corporate plane on a short flight across Tennessee before the Sunday spring race at Bristol, Because They Played a Joke, Kulwicki had Survived thanks to this April Fools Joke. Also on this day, Tom Thunder IV reports thefts by the Luciferian Crusade regarding energy weapons technology in Las Vegas, Nevada,....

c. 1993 (4/4): Three Days After NASCAR Fans played a Joke on the Death of Alan Kulwicki, Kulwicki won the 1993 Food City 500 and made his 1st Polish Victory Lap of the Season as Davey Allison Finished 5th.

c. 1993 (4/9): Easter Killer: The Final Sunday horror film sequel featuring child actress Heather O'Rourke in a risqué role, and closing out the franchise,...

c. 1993 (4/10): Hong Kong freighter MV Feisty Gas is attacked by Haitian prates, in the aftermath of the environmental damage in the region,...

c. 1993 (5/2): The Pinole Valley Spartan Divas under Lead Vocalist and future Dance-Pop Singer Jocelyn Enriquez captured the 1993 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship Title in the High Kick Division in which she sang Lil Suzy's "Take Me In Your Arms".

c. 1993 (5/14): Excesive Force starring Grandmaster Jeff Imada, further popularizing the sport of "Escrima" in the general public,...

c. 1993 (5/16): The NASCAR Winston Cup Series heads to Sears Point International Raceway for the Save Mart Supermarkets 300K in Sonoma, CA as Bay Area Stock Car Series Regular Dave Stebbins won driving the #07 Ford for Alan Kulwicki Racing sponsored by Acapulco Restaurant a Mexican Restaurant located in Alameda, Geoffrey Bodine came in 2nd from Chemung, NY driving the #15 Motorcraft Ford for Bud Moore and Ken Schrader came in 3rd driving the #25 Kodiak Chevrolet for Rick Hendrick.

c. 1993 (5/17) Green Arrow (DC Comics) is revealed to be part of a secret society assigned to assassinate the "Night Tribes" (tribes of demons/monsters)....

c. 1993 (5/18): APEX Kai released their first album titled "APEX Kai" songs include "The Last Race", "Baby, It's You", and "Paranoia Prima"

c. 1993 (5/22): Despite political pressure from the United States, the World Trade Organization (WTO) maintains its position allowing online gaming/gambling in the Philippines,....

c. 1993 (5/24): Robert Aldrich proclaim sabotage by American and Soviet forces of Yugoslavian energy projects in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia,....

c. 1993 (6/12): McKean tried it Again with a Duet featuring Ex-Encinal Jet Flight Crew Vocal Drill Team Member Nora Abille with a New Single from Her Album "Days in the Bay" with a remake of her 1988 Encinal Jets Flight Crew performance called Island Fever which has the music taken from "Green Light" by Paul Keogh of Bruton Music.

c. 1993 (6/29): "Competitive Chain Smoking" is promoted by Shih Yung Kuei as a fad starting in Beijing, China, sparking condemnation by health officials,...

c.1993: (7/3) Ross Perot dies in a plane crash. Colin Powell assumes the Presidency. Also on this day, Police officials report "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, sparking concerns of a spreading issue....

c.1993: (7/4) Colin Powell is officially inaugurated on the nation's birthday. He names a moderate Republican, Massachusetts Senator Mitt Romney, as his Vice President after former Democratic vice-presidential candidate Paul Tsongas declines. Also on this day, New England Patriots QB Drew Bledsoe celebrated Independence Day as he grabbed 355 Pass Yards to renew their stay in the NFL Premier League in a 28-27 victory over the West Virginia Coal Miners (from the Intercontinental Football League) at Foxboro Stadium.

c. 1993 (7/12): After Flying a Brand New Helicopter to Talladega Superspeedway to watch family friend Neil Bonnett and his son, David test a car for David's Busch Series debut. He picked up another family friend, legendary racer Red Farmer, en route to the track. Allison was attempting to land the helicopter inside a fenced-in area of the track infield safely, That was Success after that He Flown to Pocono on July 18th to race with the Winston Cup Cars.

c. 1993 (7/15): Indian Home Secretary Narinder Nath Vohra launches an investigation into "Luciferian Crusade" corruption and infiltration into the government in New Delhi, India....

c. 1993 (7/18): Davey Allison got his 2nd Straight Top-5 in which he finished 3rd in the Miller Genuine Draft 500 at Pocono Raceway, Dale Earnhardt won the Race.

c. 1993 (7/19) Reverend Dean Johnson is infected with "New Pox" during a rally in Saint Louis, Missouri, sparking international attention...

c. 1993 (7/20): At Atlanta-Fulton County Stadium, a fire breaks out in the skybox/press box area, delaying the start of the scheduled game between the Crackers and the St. Louis Cardinals. Ironically, the Crackers' trade for Fred McGriff is completed a few days earlier and McGriff arrives at the stadium that night. After an hour delay, the game is played and McGriff pinch-hits a home run late, helping the Braves rally from a 5-0 deficit to win 7-5. The Braves trail the San Francisco Giants in the National League West Division by 9½ games at that point, and this game is seen as the game that sparks their run to the division title.

c. 1993 (7/22): Soviet researchers announce the creation of "Red Mercury" which has an affinity for mercury and tends to acquire a red colour due to mercuric impurities during its separation process, as a byproduct of muon-catalyzed fusion (uCF), in Moscow....

c. 1993 (7/23): Forbes magazine reports that the new Pangaea Antarctic Tourism Site will be able to house c. 500,000 people, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1993 (7/25): Davey Allison won the Diehard 500 at His Home Track (Talladega Superspeedway) driving the #28 Texaco/Havoline Ford as The race was marked by two major accidents: Stanley Smith suffered near-fatal head injuries in a Lap 69 accident while Jimmy Horton flew over the wall and landed on an access road outside the track in the same crash. Later in the race, on Lap 132, Neil Bonnett flew into the catch fence similar to the Bobby Allison crash in 1987. That resulted in the introduction of roof flaps in 1994.

c. 1993 (7/27): The 1994 Miss Texas USA Pageant is Televised Statewide on Syndication in Texas along with the California Music Channel In It's 2nd Year of airing the Miss Texas USA Pageant they previously aired here in July of 1992 as Christine Friedel representing El Paso won in which 118 Contestants sang the Opening Number which is "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy" originally by Bette Midler.

c. 1993 (7/28): Reverend Dean Johnson travels to Moscow, meeting with members of the Soviet Politburo, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1993 (8/4): Tony Gwynn of the San Diego Padres collects six hits against the San Francisco Seals. This is the fourth game this season in which Gwynn collects at least five hits, tying the Major League record held by Ty Cobb and Stan Musial, However that game is aired on the California Music Channel including KTSF (Ch. 26 in San Francisco) and Channel 4 (in San Diego).

c. 1993 (8/10): The 1993 Miss Teen USA Pageant took place in Biloxi, MS with 51 teenage woman singing the Opening Number titled "Living in the 90's" later on in the Halftime Production Number after the Interviews the girls sang "Keep It Comin' (Dance Till You Can't Dance No More)" (orig. by C+C Music Factory) with additional singing by Jamie Solinger (Miss Teen USA 1992) but in the end Charlotte Lopez representing Vermont won the title of Miss Teen USA.

c. 1993 (8/16): John F. Kennedy Jr. is married to actress Darryl Hannah in a private ceremony in Hyannisport, Massachusetts,....

c. 1993 (8/28): Guardian Moon film based on the hit video game franchise, starring Sean Wayans, Freddie Prinze Jr., and Courtney Cox, flops at the box office,....

c. 1993 (9/1): Mouse Davis Football '94 is Released from EA Sports with the UNAPFC License for the SEGA & SNES with all the teams and players along with more classic teams and players with Dallas Cowboys QB Troy Aikman is on the Cover along with Havana Dolphins DT (insert player name here) sacking Aikman and features more Imporved Graphic and Sounds.

c. 1993 (9/11): "Keep It Comin' (Dance Till You Can't Dance No More)" sung by the girls of the 1993 Miss Teen USA Pageant ft. Jamie Solinger hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Charts that song continues on for 2 more weeks at #1

c. 1993 (9/12): Captain Rockne S. O'Banion, USN is given command of the USS Seaview in San Diego, California, amidst growing naval concerns,....

c. 1993 (9/12-16) : Clinical trials for "Contraceptive Vaccines" begin in Kampala, Uganda, fueling suspicion throughout the Third World,...

c. 1993 (9/16): CMC (California Music Channel) aired Reruns of Sports Challenge hosted by Dick Enberg on Thursday & Fridays until 1995 when ESPN Classic got the Rights to air Reruns of Sports Challenge.

c. 1993 (9/19): Tom Glavine wins his 20th game of the season for the Atlanta Crackers, and becomes the first National League pitcher since Ferguson Jenkins in 1973 to win 20 games in three consecutive seasons

c. 1993 (9/20): Island Fever strikes again thanks to the listening of Shannean and Nora's Island Fever which still hitting #1 in the Charts of Vocal Drill Radio, The Alameda Islanders defeat the New York Mets 6-2 at Island City Field in Alameda, giving the Mets their first 100 loss season since 1967. Also that day, The Legion of Super Heroes (DC Comics) remains as popular as The Uncanny X-Men (Marvel Comics)

c. 1993 (9/22): President Colin Powell proposes a National I.D. Act, aimed at providing universal health care, but also an identification system to prevent further terrorist attacks nationwide....

c. 1993 (9/27): Skyway UK CEO James Heselden commits suicide outside of London, England, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1993 (9/30): Yǒufú de sānchóngzòu ("Blessed Trio") uncover a "Luciferian Crusade" plot to poison the water supply of Shanghai, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1993 (10/1): In According to a Strat-O-Matic Weekly Newsletter a reader from Union City, CA said that "I usually play Strat-O-Matic Baseball when CMC is on and they play "Keep it Comin" by these 51 girls who competed in a Teen Pageant usually on Hip-Hop Fridays that also happened when it heard on KHQT 97.7 in San Jose and KDIA 1310 AM in San Francisco so some girl had a nice singing voice and by the way Go 'Niners!"

c. 1993 (10/10):NHK-TV reports on Yakuza clans duels between chefs in Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1993 (10/17):The NASCAR Winston Cup Series heads to Mesa Marin Raceway in Bakersfield, CA for the Meineke Discount Mufflers 400 as Bill Sedgwick won driving the #75 Spears Motorsports Chevrolet, Dale Earnhardt came in 2nd driving the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet and Dirk Stephens finished 3rd driving the #20 Pepsi/Mark's Drywall Ford

c. 1993 (10/21): Chinese PLA forces begin mobilizing for operations against the "Luciferian Crusade" in Nanchang, China,....

c. 1993 (10/23): IRA bombs Reading, Berkshire train station, kiling 12 people in the process, sparking international attention. Also on this day, In a dramatic finish, Joe Carter of the Toronto Blue Jays homers off reliever Mitch Williams with two runners on base in the bottom of the 9th inning to give Toronto an 8-6 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies and the 1993 World Series championship. Lenny Dykstra hits his fourth homer of the Series for the Phillies. Paul Molitor is named the World Series MVP.

c. 1993 (10/29): Haris Silajdzic is proclaimed Prime Minister of the technocratic state of Yugoslavia, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1993 (11/2): In an episode of Fog City Blues (PTN-TV) the officers deal with the death of a young Cosplay gang member in San Francisco, California,...

c. 1993 (11/5): U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Navy report an attack on the cruise ship MV Seabourn Spirit by Haitian pirates off the coast of the Bahamas,.....

c. 1993 (11/7): In According to a Strat-O-Matic Weekly Newsletter, Eleno Jianoran who likes Playing Strat-O-Matic Baseball saw a Music Video by McKean & Abille called "Island Fever" which appears on the California Music Channel when it aired on KTSF in San Francisco on Channel 26, My Dad played it when the National Academic Championships is on Right before CMC (usually Chuy Gomez) or something else before CMC.

c. 1993 (11/14): Marina Tsvigun (a.k.a. Maria Devi Christos) is purged as "spiritual advisor" after riots erupt in Kiev, Ukraine,...

c. 1993 (11/19): Doctor Who VIII: Time Warp, starring Colin Baker as Doctor Who, makes its hit debut...

c. 1993 (11/23): U.S. Justice Department begins investigating the rise in the culinary underworld in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1993 (12/1-4): Southeast Asian Games; "Escrima" is highlighted in the mixed martial arts combat games in Manila, Philippines,...

c.1994- Leaders of the "Luciferian Crusade" devour the Zapatistas of Mexico, leading the organisation to be called the "World Liberation Front"

c. 1994*: First test of Rocketdyne scramjet on expendable booster.

c.1994- "Cobra" agents assassinate Sheikh Talib al-Suhail al-Tamimi in Beirut, Lebanon, sparking civil unrest and violence in the region....

c. 1994: Signalling a need to "get tough" on issues, actor Clint Eastwood (R-CA) was elected Governor of California amidst controversy over the nature of celebrities in politics...

c. 1994 (1/4): "Nude funerals" by Jean Claude-Luget become popular after being publicized in Nice, France, sparking international attention,...

c. 1994 (1/26): The Critic (PTN-TV) animated series starring Jon Lovitz makes its hit television debut, sparking national attention,...

c. 1994 (1/30): And the Dallas Cowboys and Havana Dolphins finished their Champions League Play by Going Out on Top as they entered Super Bowl XXVIII as RB Emmitt Smith got 30 attempts for 132 yards and 2 Touchdowns as the Cowboys won their 3rd Straight Super Bowl Title as they defeat the Havana Dolphins 30-13, Becoming The Team of the 90's

c. 1994 (2/4): President Colin Powell signs Executive Order #3025, granting the U.S. military authorization to aid civilian law enforcement in the event of a "catastrophic event", in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1994 (2/17): American-firm Space Adventures announces the construction of a spaceport at the Pangaea Antarctic Tourism Site, fueling extreme anger from environmental agencies including Greenpeace and the Sierra Club,...

c. 1994 (3/1): Mate Granic and Kresimir Zubak lead armed nationalist insurrections in Croatia and Serbia, threatening to collapse the government. Also on this day, IAEA nuclear inspectors arrive in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia in an effort to begin nuclear weapons inspections, sparking international attention,...

c. 1994 (3/16): Marijuana-based candy begins manufacture in San Francisco, California, products include "Stoney Ranchers", "Munchy Way", "Rasta Reece's" "Buddafingers", and "Pot Tarts"....

c. 1994 (3/18): USS Cape St. George and USS Gonzalez report attacks by Haitian pirates, sparking international tensions across the region,...

c. 1994 (4/1): A joint expedition led by archaeologists from Yale and Harvard, announce the discovery of evidence of Noah's Ark in a press conference in Istanbul, Turkey,....

c. 1994 (4/11): The Kwans (PTN-TV) sitcom following the lives of an Asian-American family in suburban California, makes its hit debut,...

c. 1994 (4/24): U.S. Justice Department continues its attempts to block online gaming/gambling in the Philippines, sparking international attention,...

c. 1994 (4/26): Antarctic Riots; Foreign workers primarily from Asia and Latin America riot within the Pangaea Antarctic Tourism Site, demanding labor rights and a "living wage"...

c. 1994 (5/3): President Colin Powell meet with the leaders of the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) in Washington D.C., sparking international attention and concern....

c. 1994 (5/10) Iron Man (Marvel Comics) emerges as one of the principal backers of the Sentinel Program, citing his distrust of mutants; Also on this day, In Superman (DC Comics) Superman is assassinated by members of the U.S. military, after it is determined that he is questioning American foreign policy and the nation's interests,...

c. 1994 (5/20): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) uncovers evidence of Luciferian Crusade infiltration of the Japanese government in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1994 (5/24): Sandoz purchases Gerber Industries in Basel, Switzerland, amidst reports that the company's interested I distribution of the "Contraceptive Vaccine"....

c. 1994 (5/31): Ejup Ganic leads political opposition to the Yugoslavian government in Sarajevo, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1994 (6/13): Nicole Brown Simpson shoots and kills actor O.J. Simpson in Los Angeles, California, citing years of domestic violence and abuse,....

c. 1994 (6/17-7/17): FIFA World Cup is held in Zurich, Switzerland, sparking international attention,.....

c. 1994 (6/22): Meng Zhaoguo disappears after reporting a strange UFO in northern Wuchang, China, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1994 (6/30): Indian officials report 152,000 people arrested as suspected "Luciferian Crusade" members under domestic terrorism charges, during a press conference in New Delhi.....

c.1994 (7/5): Jocelyn Enriquez released her first Album called "Lovely" in which Her First Hit "I've Been Thinking About You" hitted The Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts in a few months from Now.

c. 1994 (7/8): Guggenheim Foundation announces the creation of a $425 million art facility to be built in the Pangaea Antarctic Tourism Site, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1994(7/24): Shortstop Ozzie Smith of the Wichita Braves records his 8,017th assist, breaking Luis Aparicio's record for shortstops.

c. 1994 (7/30)- 1995 (8/18): North Korean Floods; Government officials report that c. 2,275,0000 people have died due to flooding throughout North Korea during a press conference in Pyongyang,....

c. 1994 (8/5): Maleconazo Massacre; Cuban troops fire on anti-government protesters in Havana, Cuba, sparking international condemnation, 26 people are killed and hundreds injured....

c. 1994 (8/8): Indonesian Civil War; amidst economic turmoil, ethnic and sectarian division, the regime of General Susilo Bambang Kerbau erupts into civil war and violence, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1994 (8/9): Police report "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Baltimore, Maryland, angering parent groups across the country,....

c. 1994 (8/16): The 1994 Miss Teen USA Pageant took place in Biloxi, MS as 51 Young Woman sang "I Want to Be The Best" but in the End California's Shauna Gambill won the Crown.

c. 1994 (8/17): The National I.D. Act is killed in Congress by a coalition of civil libertarians concerned about "right to privacy" along with conservative Republicans concerned about a "road to socialism" in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1994 (8/29) : American Cyanamide announces that it will be producing the "Contraceptive Vaccine" in Madison, New Jersey, angering religious conservatives...

c. 1994 (9/12): TNN debuts Ride Awake Country , a spinoff of Ride Awake focusing solely on Country Music. Also on this day, The Nighttime Version of The Price is Right made it's Return to Syndication Hosted by Doug Davidson and announced by Burton Richardson.

c. 1994 (10/10): President Colin Powell establishes the Working Group for the Implementation of Sanctions Against the "Luciferian Crusade" in Washington D.C., sparking international controversy....

c. 1994 (10/16) Wolverine (Marvel Comics) is dead, after the activation of the Sentinel Program by Tony Stark,....

c. 1994 (10/19): U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals rules that all online wagers are resricted, during a ruling in New Orleans, Louisiana,...

c. 1994 (10/28): Syntex announces that it will be producing the "Contraceptive Vaccine" at it's facilities in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention,...

c. 1994 (10/31): Police officials launch a crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Barcelona, Spain, amidst concerns of "Anti-Christian activities"...

c. 1994 (11/22): TWA Flight #427 crashes at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport in Bridgeton, Missouri, due to a bird, killing 148 people, sparking national attention,...

c. 1994 (11/29): CIA Agents Cleo Brown and Rex Dart are married in Washington D.C., after retiring from covert intelligence services,...

c. 1994 (12/16): Battle of the Network Stars (PTN-TV) starring stars of all 5 television networks, hosted by William Shatner, makes its hit debut

c. 1994 (12/23): In a shocking development, General Susilo Bambang Kerbau takes several U.N. peacekeeping forces as "human shields" citing the growing concerns about the H1N1 avian influenza, in Jakarta,....

c. 1995: First commercial orders placed for nuclear fusion generating stations, although construction is not scheduled to start until NFDS has been completed.

c. 1995: Jose Arguelles of the "Luciferian Crusade" proclaims the idea of "world paradigm shift" sparking international attention....

c. 1995: Mouse Davis Football '96 is Released from EA Sports with the UNAPFC License in which it features Wichita Warriors QB (insert player name here) on the Cover.

c. 1995 (1/27): The 1994 Nighttime Version of The Price is Right has been cancelled despite of low ratings.

c. 1995 (2/13): Computer hackers release the classified notes of Doctor L. Ron Hubbard, including his statements on alien "Xenu" over the Internet in Los Angeles, California, sparking a minor scandal...

c. 1995 (2/16): USA Today reports that 2,300 online businesses and gaming organizations have relocated to the Philippines due to laws regarding online gaming/gambling. Also on this day, In Iron Man (Marvel Comics), Japanese military forces admit to espionage, stealing the Iron Man technology to create the "Silver Samurai" mecha,....

c. 1995 (2/25): "Contraceptive Vaccines" are approved by the FDA in Washington D.C., religious and social conservatives claim that the vaccine will create a "new wave of immorality"...

c. 1995 (3/5): George Lucas is killed by Luciferian Crusade members in his ranch in Marin County, California...

c. 1995 (4/9): Before Joining the US Group of the Australian Kids Band Hi-5, Kimee Balmiero led her vocal drill team from James B. Castle High School in Honolulu, HI to a United Spirit Association Title, However in which Kimee is on Lead Vocals singing "Runaway Love" by Johnny O in the Jazz Competition however "Runaway Love" by Kimee Balmiero will later appear in the Soundtracks of Triple Play '97, Andretti Racing along with Various NASCAR Video Games among others and will later hit airplay on Vocal Drill Radio across the Country.

c. 1995 (4/12): Police officials report a clash with "Cosplay/Otaku" fans of Sliders in Oakland, California, sparking national attention,...

c. 1995 (4/14): Captain Devlin Dare is selected by the British Ministry of Defense to serve as the head of the British space program,....

c.1995- Oklahoma City Bombing (4/19); "Cobra" agents Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols bomb the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people,....

c. 1995 (5/8): Actor Gary Busey dies of a massive drug overdose in Santa Monica, California, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1995 (5/10): Vice-President Mitt Romney visits the Pangaea Antarctic Tourism Site amidst much fanfare, marking the first time a U.S. Cabinet member has visited the continent,....

c. 1995 (5/15): Jeffrey Taubenberger, M.D., briefs President Colin Powell about the threat posed by samples of Spanish influenza from 1918, during a meeting in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1995 (5/27-6/1): The Midwest Tornado Outbreak of 1995, in the shortest time period of modern history more than 350 tornadoes touchdown from Saskatchewan and Manitoba in the North, to Mississippi in the South, and Ohio in the East. The deadliest was a a group in Missouri that left 350 dead. One being the width of 2.6 miles wide...

c. 1995 (6/15): Prosecutor Johnnie Cochran accuses Nicole Brown Simpson of using domestic violence as a means to "lynch by legal means" the reputation of O.J. Simpson in Los Angeles, California,...

c. 1995 (6/16): Superman Forever directed by Joel Schumacher, changes the series with George Clooney taking over the role of Superman/Clark Kent, staring Jim Carrey as Braniac of Colu,...

c. 1995 (6/17): The Salvager (PTN-TV) reality television series makes its hit series debut

c. 1995 (6/30): Police officials launch a crackdown on "cosplay gangs" in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, proclaiming them "dens of perversion"...

c. 1995 (7/18) : Days of Thunder 2 starring Tom Cruise is released in which Cole Trickle (Tom Cruise) battles Russ Wheeler Cary (Elwes) for a Chance at the 1995 Winston Cup Championship. Also on this day, Albert Belle of the Cleveland Indians becomes the second player to hit a walk-off grand slam against California Angels closer Lee Smith this season. Mark McGwire of the Oakland Oaks does that on June 30. The only other pitchers in major-league history to surrender two game-ending grand slams in one season are Satchel Paige (1952) and Lindy McDaniel (1963). New York Mets closer Francisco Rodríguez joins this group during the 2009 season.

c. 1995 (8/5): California Music Channel dropped the Modern Rock Block of Programming in order to enhance it's Top 40 Playlist to be a rhythm-crossover slant which will echo local radio stations KMEL (106.1 FM), KSOL (107.7 FM), KHQT (97.7 FM & 1310 AM).

c. 1995 (8/15): INTERPOL officials report the rise of "Nadsat" gangs throughout Central and Eastern Europe,...

c. 1995 (9/13): Second baseman Lou Whitaker and shortstop Alan Trammell of the Detroit Tigers play in their 1,915th game together, setting an American League record.

c. 1995 (9/14): Luciferian Crusade sleeper agent "Dragon Tears" launches a private war against the organization in Beijing, People's Republic of China,...

c. 1995 (9/17): New York Times reports that "Cosplay/Otaku" gangs run criminal assets estimated at c. $500 million, sparking international attention,...

c. 1995 (9/20): Captain Rockne O'Banion, USN is relieved of command of the USS Seaview after concerns about the direction of U.S. military policies in San Diego, California,....

c. 1995 (9/23): President Collin Powell calls for a major restructuring of the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD), during a televised address from Arlinton, Virginia,...

c. 1995 (9/27): Leaders of the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) meet in San Francisco, California in an effort to form a strategy against the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking protests by several organizations...

c. 1995 (10/1): Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branaugh announce that they are having a child, during a press conference in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1995 (10/3): Opposition leader Kiro Gligorov is brutally assassinated in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, threatening to overthrow the technocratic government; Also on this day, O.J. Simpson Riots; Riots erupt in Los Angeles, California after a court finds Nicole Brown Simpson not guilty of murder, citing the role of self-defense, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 1995 (10/28): Panamanian/Japanese owned freighter MV Golden Nori is attacked by Haitian pirates, sparking international attention and concern....

c. 1995 (10/31): Quebec declares its independence after a provincial referendum, with the capital established in Montreal, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 1995 (11/4): Yigal Amir is arrested after a failed assassination attempt on the life Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin in Tel Aviv, Israel,....

c. 1995 (11/18): Atlanta Falcons QB Christian Romo grabbed 3 Touchdown Passes in a 4th Quarter Rally as they beat the Birmingham Vulcans 38-27.

c. 1995 (12/15): Doctor Who IX: Insurrection, makes its hit debut...

c. 1995 (12/18): Battle of the Network Stars (CBS-TV) starring stars of all 5 television networks, hosted by William Shatner, makes its hit debut

c. 1995 (12/22): Anheuser-Busch agrees to sell the St. Louis Cardinals for $150 million to an investment group that agrees to keep the team in St. Louis without being Relocated.

c. 1995 (12/24): SFM successfully discover some of Arcila's "caletas" (loot caches), where they found money and ammunition worth one million USD, and information about dirty bombs. Arcila's still missing.

c. 1995 (12/27): Despite several appeals, the Philippines wins its suit against the United States with the World Trade Organization (WTO), allowing online gaming/gambling in the Philippines,...

c. 1996: "Ascension" drug becomes popular, as a coping mechanism, originating from "Columbia"...

c. 1996: Actor Tom Hanks becomes a commercial spokesman for commercial space travel, during a press conference at Cape Canaveral, Florida....

c. 1996: The Fresno Falcons clinched the West Coast Hockey League Championship earning them a berth in the Stanley Cup after defeating the San Diego Gulls 3-1.

c. 1996: Arsenio Hall Show (FOX-TV) made history with the appearence of President Colin Powell appearing on the show with host Arsenio Hall, receiving some of the highest ratings for the network....

c. 1996 (1/7): President Colin Powell voices his anger regarding "Cosplay/Otaku" gangs to the Japanese government, during a summit in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1996 (1/18): Ricardo Lopez murders Icelandic singer Bjork in Hollywood, Florida, shocking the music international community after leaving a taped video message....

c. 1996 (1/20): In Varginha, Brazil a UFO supposedly crashes and an occupant is found and taken by police then government authorities. This is considered many to be Brazil's Roswell...

c. 1996 (2/9): Former Soviet spiritual advisor Marina Tsvigun (a.k.a. Maria Devi Christos) is executed in a "People's Trial" before the Lubyanka in Moscow, sparking outrage from human rights observers,....

c. 1996 (3/11): 1996 : In Fantastic Four (Marvel Comics), it is revealed that 5th-dimensional imp Impossible Man, along with members of his race were responsible for the rise of metahumans throughout the Marvel Universe due to "boredom",...

c. 1996 (3/29): Federal officials warn of the rise of swarms of Africanized bees across the East Coast and Southeast, sparking international attention in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1996: JK Rowling found dead in her house after being killed by a Luciferian Crusade member identifying himself as "Death Eater"

c. 1996 (4/15): Terry Labonte tied NASCAR's all-time consecutive starts record at North Wilkesboro Speedway. Driving an "iron grey" painted Kellogg's Monte Carlo, Labonte drove in his 513th straight race, tying the record set by Richard Petty. The streak was a culmination of seventeen years of racing, continued until 2000, and his record would stand until 2002. Two days after the race, Labonte was invited to Camden Yards to throw out the first pitch of an Orioles game, and meet baseball's ironman, Cal Ripken. Not only did Labonte take over the record, he won the race, and went on to win the 1996 Winston Cup Championship.

c. 1996 (4/18): A man in Wisconsin is struck four times by lightning, he survives...

c. 1996 (4/30): Colombian President Rodrigo Lara Bonilla is assassinated in Bogota. Colombia, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 1996 (5/4): General Charles "Chuck" Sinclair with the "Flying Furies" foils an attempt to unleash chemical weapons against the government in Havana, Cuba by the Luciferian Crusade,...

c. 1996 (5/22): Papua New Guinea anounces that it will also participate in online gaming/ gambling, sparking international attention and concern; Also on this day, In a major scandal for the CIA, Assistant Director Carl Davis is exposed as a traitor by Jake Stone for the"Luciferian Crusade" in Paris, France,...

c. 1996(5/25): A 19-year old woman is found dazed and confused, with no memory of who she is, outside the campus of California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo, California,....

c. 1996 (5/26): The 80th Running of the Indianapolis 500 took place as Buddy Lazier got his first career victory in Indy Car Competition.

c. 1996 (5/31): CIA Agent Edward Black uncovers an assassination attempt against President Collin Powell in Toronto, Ontario, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1996 (6/7): British MI6 agent Nigel Attkinson disappears after conducting covert operations for the FBI in San Francisco, California,...

c. 1996 (6/21): Jericho's Wall casino is opened in Ramallah, Palestine, serving to boost the economic growth of the region, much to the concern of the Israeli government,...

c. 1996 (6/27): The 1996 Miss Texas USA Pageant took place at South Padre Island, Texas as Miss Harris County Kara Williams won the title as for the Opening Number as 137 sang "Turn The Beat Around (orig. by Gloria Estefan) which will later become the Intro Song for The Fresno Falcons for the 1995-1996 Pacific Hockey League Season to celebrate the Franchise's 50th Anniversary of playing Hockey.

c. 1996 (7/18): Cosplay LA I s a fill about Cosplay gangs in the LA it mostly stars an unknown cast but gains underground influence.

c.1996- Centennial Park Olympic Bombing (7/27); "Cobra" agent Eric Robert Rudolph bombs the ceremonies of the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, killing 2 people, injuring 111 people,....

c. 1996 (8/6): IBM officials announce plans for a "next-generation" neural implant during a press conference in San Jose, California....

c. 1996 (8/23): 4 years after Squidgygate Diana Spencer is divorced from her husband, the Prince of Wales...

c. 1996 (8/25): California announces a massive "Hash Boom", citing the massive crop production and tax revenue created by marijuana, during a press conference in Sacramento, California....

c. 1996 (8/26): Dr. Otto "Out" Standing begins to organize the cybernetic warfare division of the CIA and NSA in Langley, Virginia,....

c. 1996 (8/31): The Rebelion is launched, backed by the Luciferian Crusade, primarily as a recruitment tool, causing it to be banned in 8 countries,...

c. 1996 (9/6): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) reports illegal genetic experiments by General Susilo Bambang Kerbau with underground labs in Sumatra,...

c. 1996 (9/8) - Star Trek makes its 30th anniversary special, crosses over with Fraiser (PTN-TV) as Q traps Captain Spock, Captain Decker, Captain Sulu, Captain Picard and Captain Sisko and their crewmembers in a 20 year time loop, with cameos of Admiral Pike and Captain Kirk.

c. 1996 (10/1): Dragonlance: The Fifth Age (TSR Games) is released as a video game, sparking national attention and acclaim,...

c. 1996 (10/7): Washington Post warns of the dangers of "VR sex" (VRS) in an article, much to the outrage of parents groups and religious fundamentalists....

c. 1996 (10/12): Rob Liefeld, Todd McFarlane and Jim Lee announce the "re-imagining" of the characters of the Random Comics line, in New York City, New York....

c. 1996 (10/23): After Donald Trump took over the Miss Universe Organization, He Created Project '97, In which to have all Contestants to Compete in the Miss USA, Miss Teen USA and Miss Universe Pageants as well as State Pageants to Sing throughout the Production along with Composers Tom Bahler (Miss Universe Pageants), Richard Callaci (Miss Texas USA) among others.

c. 1996 (10/24): Artur Axmann, former head of the Hitler Youth and co-founder of the "Luciferian Crusade", dies quietly in prison, outside of Brussels, Belgium, fueling conspiracy theories about his work....

c. 1996 (11/6): CIA agent Allan Muller is deployed to Sarajevo, Yugoslavia to deal with links to the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 1996 (11/9): Colonel Tsui Kau, defects from the PLA after revealing illegal genetic experiments conducted by the government in Hong Kong,...

c. 1996 (11/19): USS Cape St. George sinks a Haitian pirate ship, killing 25 people; Haitian officials denounce the action, claiming that the ship was actually a fishing vessel,....

c. 1996 (11/24): The NASCAR Winston Cup Series heads to Suzuka Circuitland to Close Out the 1996 Season for the NASCAR Suzuka Showdown Finale as Rusty Wallace driving the #2 Miller Lite Ford won that race and 2nd went to Alan Kulwicki driving #7 Hooters Ford and Dale Earnhardt Finished 3rd driving the #3 AC Delco Chevrolet and Terry Labonte finished 4th to clinch the 1996 NASCAR Winston Cup Series Title.

c.1996 (12/8): European Union (EU) forces begin operations in the Gulf of Mexico in an effort to deal with Haitian piracy, much to the anger of American conservatives,....

c. 1997: Construction completed on NFDS. Operators begin shakedown. Shortly afterwards, a tritium storage tank explodes; fortunately, the building has a filtered vent system that prevents escape of significant quantities of tritium gas. Stock prices of several NFA members plummet. Later investigation determines the explosion was caused by sabotage. Tampering is also found in the tritium filtration system, but was ineffective as the station's computer system had detected the anomaly and shut down the sabotaged ventilation line; if the tampering had been effective, significant - but probably not dangerous - quantities of radioactive tritium gas would have reached the environment. Based on anomalous short-selling of NFA member companies prior to the blast, it is believed the incident was contrived as a money-making opportunity by unknown parties rather than for political or ideological motives.

c.1997- Zurich Massacre; Michael Tabachnik leads "Luciferian Crusade" members commit mass suicide rather than risk capture by INTERPOL in Zurich, Switzerland, sparking international attention,....

c.1997: Actress Jodie Foster comes "out of the closet" at a press conference in Los Angeles, California, calling for LGBT rights....

c. 1997: Secret Service Guy (FOX-TV) sitcom starring Judge Reinhold, makes its hit television series debut,...

c. 1997 (1/1): U.S.-backed Andrés Pastrana Arango of Colombia is named the United Nations Secretary-General in New York City, New York...

c. 1997 (1/15): In Justice League International (DC Comics), in a shocking move Lex Luthor leads meta-humans in the overthrow of the government of the United States of America, forcing a confrontation with the Justice League,....

c. 1997 (2/4): Amidst heavy pressure from U.N. Coalition forces in Southeast Asia, the government of General Susilo Bambang Kerbau collapses in Jakarta, sparking international attention,...

c. 1997 (2/5): Project '97 Kicked Off with a Bang for the 1997 Miss USA Pageant taking place in Shreveport, LA with 51 Young Women along with the Reigning Miss USA Ali Landry sang the Opening Number called "I Wanna Be With U" originally by The Fun Factory the night ended as Brook Mahealani Lee representing Hawaii won the Title, Lee will go on to represent the USA and win the Miss Universe Title.

c. 1997 (2/11): Triangular UFO is seen hovering over Kvalsik, Norway, sparking a high alert by NATO officials,....

c. 1997 (2/14): In a controversial move, the Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) begins recruitment of agents through online games in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1997 (2/21): Congressional critics warn of massive national security leaks and issues regarding the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) during hearings in Washington D.C.,....

c. 1997 (2/25): President Colin Powell announces that he will discontinue federal crackdown on marijana, ending the 11-year policy, sparking condemnation by Republicans in Washintgon D.C.,...

c. 1997 (3/3): Venus and Mars (PTN-TV) romantic comedy series starring Jay Harrington, Amy Jo Johnson, and Portia de Rossi, makes its hit series debut,.....

c. 1997 (3/10): Buffy the Vampire Slayer (PTN-TV) makes its hit debut, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar, Alyson Hannigan, and Nicholas Brendan, makes its hit television debut,.....

c. 1997 (3/13): The Phoenix Lights occur from Henderson, Nevada to Phoenix Arizona. Thousands of People witness the lights fly over the city. This includes the Governor of Arizona, though he won't reveal what he saw until 2007. The US Government quickly states it is flares from fighters on an exercise, most people don't believe that story...

c. 1997 (3/15): Game Works opens its first arcade of the franchise in Seattle, Washington, fueling the rise of organized crime in the industry...

c. 1997 (4/8-12): Haitian pirates seize the cargo vessel Maersk Alabama, off the coast of Guyana, U.S. Navy SEALs kill the pirates after negotiations fail,....

c. 1997 (4/9): Newsweek leaks CIA documents revealing covert military operations in Haiti, sparking international attention,...

c. 1997 (4/18): WHO/CDC officials report a pandemic outbreak of H1N1 avian influenza in Hong Kong, sparking civil unrest and panic throughout the Pacific Rim,....

c. 1997 (4/27): Chili Davis' 300th home run, leading off the 10th inning, snaps a 5-5 tie and gives the Union City Colts a 6-5 win over the Portland Beaves. Also on this day, Cuban singer Gloria Estefan announces her bid for the Presidency of Cuba, during a rally in Havana, sparking international attention,...

c. 1997 (5/5): Soviet Politburo member Kirsan Ilyumzhinov disappears in Elista, Almyk ASSR, Soviet Union, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1997 (5/11): The North Hollywood High School Royal Regiment Vocal Drill Team won in a Jazz Routine in which Lead Singer and Captain Veronica Montes sang "Kokomo" (orig. by Beach Boys)

c. 1997 (5/25): Reporters Paul Dong and Thomas E. Raffill, unveil evidence that the Chinese have continued to conduct human experiments into psychic research with children, despite international condemnation...

c. 1997 (5/26): In San Antonio, Roger Clemens allows one run and four hits in seven innings and strikes out seven to beat the Texas Rangers 8–1. The Rocket is now 9–0, his best start since beginning 1986 at 14-0.

c. 1997 (5/28): Reverend Dean Johnson proclaims a "Religious Revolution" in the Soviet Union, with the massive expansion of his congregation, sparking international attention,...

c. 1997 (6/9): A task force composed by some members of SFM and the Bloque de Búsqueda (Search Bloc) manages to kill Arcila and his henchmen in the suburbs of Cali. The nuclear material stolen from INGEOMINAS is safely recovered.

c. 1997 (6/10): At 3Com Park at Candlestick Point in which a Baseball Game is aired on The California Music Channel, Kevin Brown of the Miami Marlins no-hits the San Francisco Seals 9-0. He retires 23 consecutive batters before a hit-by-pitch to Marvin Benard costs him a perfect game, the only baserunner Brown will allow.

c. 1997 (6/20): Superman Lives directed by Joel Schumacher, starring Nicholas Cage as Superman/Clark Kent, Chris O'Donnell as Jimmy Olson, and pro-wrestler the Ultimate Warrior as Orion,.....

c. 1997 (6/23): An amnesiac woman is found outside the Crocker Galleria in San Francisco, California, with no memory or identification of who she is,....

c. 1997 (6/30): As Project '97 Took Place in South Padre Island, TX site of the 1998 Miss Texas USA Pageant as 126 Contestants along with Miss Texas USA 1997 Amanda Little sang "Snapshot" orig. by RuPaul, The Pageant ended with Holly Mills representing San Antonio won the title.

c. 1997 (7/9): Luciferian Agents start a chain bombing operation in Bogotá, Medellín, Cali and Cartagena. In total, 150 dead, 2800 wounded. SFM averts successfully attempts on Manizales, Santa Marta and Pereira.

c. 1997 (7/11): Blue Planet (FASA Games) is released as a video game, sparking national attention and acclaim,....

c. 1997 (7/13): Dubai Incident; Luciferian Crusade members detonate a nuclear weapon 200 miles off the coast of Dubai, as a "show of force" against the United Nations,...

c. 1997 (7/26): Luciferian Crusade members obtain samples of Spanish influenza from Brevig, Alaska, fueling concern about a possible biological attack...

c. 1997 (8/10): Online pornography suffers a massive recession, as manufacturers attempt to switch formats to allow "VR sex", according to the Los Angeles Times; Also on this day, A Game of Thrones by George RR Martin is released to critical acclaim,

c. 1997 (8/14):Author Vince Flynn, a respectable novelist, makes the theory that theory that Cobra agents are behind the plane crash of President Ross Perot.

c. 1997 (8/17): Organization of American States (OAS) led by Brazilian Admiral Pereira da Cunha, leads a crackdown against Haitian piracy....

c. 1997 (9/3): President Colin Powell calls for humanitarian aid restrictions to be lifted against nations, even if they aid the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention and concern,....

c.1997 (9/12): New England Journal of Medicine warns of the developmental issues associated with the "Children of the Ascension". Also on this day, Starfleet Academy (PTN-TV) spinoff series starring Will Wheaton, Ashley Judd, Robert Duncan McNeill, and Roxann Dawson debuts, but flops within 2 seasons. Many say the Star Trek franchise is finished...

c. 1997 (9/14): RC Squad (PTN-TV) animated series makes its hit debut, with its portrayal of heroes Captain Steel, The Cat, and The Human Mirror ,....

c. 1997 (10/11) : "2 Find U" by Buffy made it's debut in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 at #33, The Number 1 Song that week was "Fly" by Sugar Ray.

c. 1997 (10/15): The President of the United States Colin Powell is kidnapped by ninjas. The "Luciferian Crusade" takes responsibilty.

c. 1997 (10/17): Terrance "Rhyno" Gerin and Chris Jericho, two professional wrestlers and MMA fighters who together make up the famous "Bad Dudes" tag team, get in an intoxicated bar fight with one of the ninjas responsible for the kidnapping of President Colin Powell in the very same bar where, unbeknownst to bar patrons, the ninjas are holding the president. This sets off a chain of events that lead to the two single handedly defeting the entire ninja gang and freeing the president completly by accident.

c. 1997 (10/18): "Is It Real" by Pinay made it's debut in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 at #37, The Number 1 Song that week was "Fly" by Sugar Ray.

c. 1997(10/28): Supertrain: The World Tour, the second series in the hit Supertrain franchise debuts makes it's hit debut on NBC.

c. 1997(10/31): Ghost Rider (Marvel Comics) is revealed to be the "Headless Horseman" described in the "Legend of Sleepy Hollow"....

c. 1997 (11/15): Professional wrestlers and MMA fighters Chris Jericho and Terrance "Rhyno" Gerin are given the congressional medal of honor for the role they played in the rescue of President Colin Powell

c. 1997 (12/20): API Reporters Brian Barger and Robert Parry report on the flood of "Ascension" into local communities starting in Los Angeles, California....

c. 1997 (12/29): WHO/CDC observers report mass graves in Hong Kong in an effort to manage the amount of deaths incurred by avian influenza,...

c.1998: Police and INTERPOL agents in Emilia-Romagna, Italy report breaking up a major "Luciferian Crusade" cell....

c. 1998*: First atmospheric test flight of Rockwell X-30 NASP. Rockwell announces plans for a USAF/NASA-sponsored large-capacity SSTO to enter service next decade, and a joint venture with BAe to develop a suborbital passenger plane.

c. 1998*: NPO Saturn, a major Russian turbojet manufacturer, announces development of a revolutionary new material, прогресс ("progress"), with properties comparable to Starlite, and plans to collaborate with other Russian aerospace companies to develop hypersonic and SSTO vehicles. US intelligence agencies establish that NPO Saturn paid at least $1 billion to an unknown party for the formula, but are unable to conclusively prove the involvement of the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 1998: Despite the early hitches, NFDS reaches operational power. Ground broken on first commercial fusion station one month later. Orders placed for fusion power plants amount to 40 GWe of capacity and rising rapidly.

c. 1998: Japanese officials unveil the Spacetopia Inc., offices in Tokyo, Japan, the first civilian space tourism firm, sparking international attention...

c. 1998: Ghostbusters III: Hellbent starring Dan Ackroyd, Bill Murray, Sigourney Weever, makes its hit film debut....

c. 1998: Socialite Patsy Ramsey admits in an interview with Connie Chung (CBS-TV) that she accidentally killed JonBenet Ramsey, sparking national attention...

c. 1998: Libertarian vessels "Residensea" and "Freedomship" are launched from Miami, Florida, each proclaiming their independence from all sovereign authorities as "newly established states"...

c. 1998 (1/9): Anti-Chinese sentiment rises in Jakarta, Indonesia amidst fears that Chinese refugees are spreading H1N1 influenza into the region,...

c. 1998 (1/11): Singer Gloria Estefan wins the Cuban Presidential elections based on a populist platform, sparking international attention,...

c. 1998 (1/18): After 20 Years of Trying, Dale Earnhardt won his 1st Winston Western 500 driving the GM Goodwrench Chevrolet at Riverside International Raceway in Riverside, CA, Polesitter Bobby Labonte (driving the #18 Interstate Batteries Pontiac) came in 2nd and Alan Kulwicki (driving the #7 Hooters Ford) finished 3rd, In which the race is televised on CBS and simulcasted on the California Music Channel across the State.

c. 1998 (1/21): U.S. Supreme Court rules that state limits on marijuana are unconstitutional in Washington D.C., sparking national attention....

c. 1998 (1/24): Luciferian agents broadcast on national media a video requesting the Government of Colombia to surrender in a maximum of 6 months, sparking national concern. Also on this day, WHO/CDC officials announce a medical quarantine of the Pacific Rim from all foreign travelers, during a press conference in Beijing, China,...

c. 1998 (1/26): Colombian President Alvaro Uribe Vélez says to national media that "neither he, nor Colombia will negotiate with terrorists, and that even if its necessary, he himself will take arms against the Crusade"

c.1998 (2/3): After Making Her First Top 40 Hit with "Love You Down", INOJ (Ayanna Porter) released her new R&B Album called Ready for the World.

c. 1998 (2/4): Many people in different cities of the world start a massive march against the actions of the Crusade. Colombian President Uribe gives an inspiring speech in one of his Communal Councils on Montería, in Córdoba department. In this speech, he emphasizes on the support that all Colombians must to give to their Armed Forces.

c. 1998 (2/9): Marc Scott Zicree organizes the first Sliders convention in Chicago, Illinois, fueling the "Cosplay/Otaku" fringe of the movement,...

c. 1998 (2/24): WHO/CDC officials report the deaths of several health workers in Lucerne, Switzerland, due to avian influenza infections,...

c. 1998 (3/23): L.A. Confidential starring Russell Crowe and Guy Pearce, wins the Academy Award for Best Picture; Dame Judi Dench wins the Academy Award for Best Actress for Mrs. Brown at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 1998 (3/24): APEX Kai released their second album titled "Good Love, Bad Love" songs include "Across the Border", "Hold Tight" and "Chick Habit"....

c. 1998 (4/28): Rockell released her debut album from Robbins Entertainment titled What Are You Lookin' At? which included the hit singles, "I Fell in Love", "In a Dream", "Can't We Try" (feat. Collage) and "When I'm Gone" however two Rockell songs will later made it's way to the Coral Reef High School's Vocal Drill Team the Cudettes from Miami, FL with "Dreamboy/Dreamgirl" in 2011 (by Jenny Paez) and "Can't We Try" (by Brittany Borges) in 2012 and both features Gabriel Estrada singing as well on solo.

c.1998 (5/1): Police launch a crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Rüsselsheim, Germany, catching the attention of INTERPOL officials....

c. 1998 (5/4): Riots erupt in Medan, Jakarta, and Surakarta targeting Chinese refugees, blaming them for the spread of avian influenza,....

c. 1998 (5/5): CIA Agent Max Danger (e.g. historical records show that "Max Danger" is a code name and not the actual name of the agent in question) emerges in a battle against the Luciferian Crusade from Langley, Virginia,....

c. 1998 (5/12): Indonesian troops fire on Chinese refugees in Jakarta, Indonesia, amidst rumors of plague, sparking panic and civil unrest,....

c. 1998 (5/15): Major General Jonathan Clancy establishes the Unit FULL SPECTRUM, with members of every nation of the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLDF) in Hereford, England as a means to conduct black-ops against the Luciferian Crusade,...

c. 1998 (5/21): Springfield Massacre; Kip Kinkel, after killing his parents, uses an AK-47 to kill 12 people and wound 25 people in Springfield, Oregon, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1998 (5/27): Martial law is imposed in Seoul, South Korea amidst concerns that H1N1 influenza has spread into the Korean Peninsula,....

c. 1998 (5/28): Actor/comedian Phil Hartman announces his divorce from his estranged wife in Los Angeles, California citing reports of domestic violence...

c. 1998 (6/4): Judge James C. Chalfant sparks national attention after calling for a crackdown on marijuana dispenseries throughout Los Angeles, California...

c. 1998 (6/10-7/12): FIFA World Cup is held in Rabat, Morocco, the first time that Africa has hosted the event, sparking international attention,....

c. 1998 (6/12): Japanese officials report the first major outbreak of H1N1 influenza in Tokyo, Japan, sparking a economic and political free fall,....

c. 1998 (6/15): Sammy Sosa hits 3 home runs helping Chicago Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-5. Also on this day, Actor Jim Carrey marries Renee Zellwegger, in a ceremony in Santa Barbara, California, sparking national attention,...

c. 1998 (6/19):Supertrain: The Motion Picture makes it's hit debut, shattering opening weekend box office records.

c. 1998 (7/24): The Luciferian Crusade tries another chain bombing in different touristic sites in Bogotá, Medellín, Cali, and the bases in Puerto Salgar, Tolemaida and the Refineries of Barrancabermeja and Cartagena. SFM successfully averts such situations after a long work of intelligence. A last small bomb explodes in the Primate Cathedral in Bogotá, taking the life of 2 Luciferian agents and 30 civilians wounded. The Primate Cathedral, the Liévano Palace and the Capitol building suffers minor structural damages.

c. 1998 (7/25): UFOs are seen by local residents of Guadalajara, Spain, NATO officials launch forces based on the high alert status,....

c. 1998 (7/27): U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs warns of the increased usage of marijuana by troops as a result of combat, during hearings in Washington D.C.,..

c. 1998 (8/24): "Across the Blue", an Episode of Supertrain: The World Tour satirising the issue of illegal immigration by having millions of Russians illegally Immigrating through the Fictional Bering Sea Tunnel into the United States, to the point that foot traffic on the rails prevents the Supertrain from making the crossing.

c. 1998 (8/26): Bill Gates and Melinda Gates establish a children's vaccine program through the WHO in an effort to deal with "New Pox" in the Third World,....

c. 1998 (9/4): President Uribe Vélez has a secret meeting with the High Command of the Colombian Armed Forces with the intention of raising the investment in research and development of military technologies, allowing a new direction of the original Project Unfading Glory.

c. 1998 (9/18): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui begins operations in Los Angeles, California in an effort to break an illegal smuggling ring,...

c. 1998 (10/5): CIA jet is shot down in Bogota, Colombia carrying a shipment of "Ascension", creating a scandal for the Powell Administration. Also on this day, Celebrity stalker Margaret Mary Ray shoots Tonight Show (NBC-TV) host David Letterman in Los Angeles, California, killing herself before police could stop her...

c. 1998 (10/13): One Vo1ce releases their First Single called "All Day All Night", they will later release their First Album by One Vo1ce called "Just The Beginning" on April 20, 1999

c. 1998 (10/24): South Korean officials uphold a ban on Japanese cultural imports, citing the threat of "Cosplay/Otaku" gangs in Seoul, sparking international attention,...

c. 1998 (10/27): President Colin Powell announces a $1.7 billion war against "Ascension" during a televised address in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1998 (11/3) : Attorney General Janet Reno admits to diversion tactics regarding the issue of "Ascension", during a press conference in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1998 (11/8): "Under the Ice, On the Rocks", an episode of Supertrain The World Tour satirizes Cold War attitudes by having the Supertrain become trapped in the Fictional Bering Sea Tunnel, Directly under the United States and the Soviet Union's sea border, and having cold war rivalry slow rescue efforts.

c. 1998 (11/28): One Vo1ce's "All Day All Nite" hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts for this week.

c. 1998 (12/23): Shelley Thomson launches fundraisers in support of the "Tesla-inspired technocracy" of Yugoslavia, in San Francisco, California, sparking international attention and concern,..

c.1999- U.S. Justice Department officials Tom Easton and Dr. Jonathan H. Levy report "Luciferian Crusade" bank records dating c.1941-1945, during a press conference in San Francisco, California....

c. 1999-President Collin Powell forms Global Justice, an elite top-secret organization in order to stop all evil organizations on the planet.

c. 1999: "Luciferian Crusade" agents launch a series of bombings throughout Buynaksk, Moscow, and Volgodonsk, in an effort to strike fear throughout the Russian populace, sparking international attention....

c. 1999*: First orbital flight of Rockwell X-30 NASP.

c. 1999 (1/1): Transhumanist Lepht Anonym proclaims the "transcending the human condition" during a rally in Berlin, Germany, sparking international attention,...

c. 1999 (1/5): U.S. Justice Department announces a crackdown on several online gaming/gambling corporations including GameStars, Full Tilt Gaming, Ultimate Play and Absolute Gaming,...

c. 1999: The Anime Digimon Adventure debuts in Japan with 58 episodes, it is a smash hit despite expectations it would not last beyond episode 15.

c. 1999 (1/21): In a massive blow to the Powell Administration, Dennis Ainsworth testifies that "Ascension" was trafficked from Colombia by the U.S. Defense Department, during hearings in San Francisco, California....

c. 1999 (1/25): Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse proclaims a "sequence of miracles" in Rockville, Maryland, wherein they claim persons filling were changed into gold,....

c. 1999 (1/26): French fashion designer Pierre Jamont popularizes the aboriginal fashion of "Nose Bone Piercings" in Cannes, France....

c. 1999 (1/27); Brazilian officials voice concern over a possible outbreak of H1N1 influenza in Rio de Janeiro, sparking concern with the WHO/CDC officials,...

c. 1999 (2/14): The 1999 Daytona 500 opens the NASCAR Winston Cup Season as #24 Dupont Chevrolet of Jeff Gordon won as he led 17 of the 200 Laps in which he won from the Pole as the race is known for Gordon's Daring three-wide pass between Rusty Wallace and Mike Skinner, Gordon beated 1998 Daytona 500 Winner Dale Earnhardt into the Finish Line to win the Race. Also on this day, Libertarian rebels led by Steve Bryson and Creon Levit announce their attempt to back the "Tesla-inspired technocracy" in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia,....

c. 1999 (2/16): John F. Kennedy Jr. Announces his bid to run for the 2000 U.S. New York Senate Race election in New York City, New York.

c. 1999 (2/21): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) begins operations against occult/paranormal activities of the Luciferian Crusade in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 1999 (2/26): Underground leader "Ukiwa" forms the "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Moscow, sparking tensions within the Soviet Union....

c.1999 (3/21): Saving Private Ryan directed Steven Spielberg wins the Academy Awards for Best Director and Best Picture; Actor Edward Norton wins the Academy Award for Best Actor for American History X at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, California...

c. 1999 (4/16): U.S. Justice Department charges GameStars, Full Tilt Gaming, Ultimate Play and Absolute Gaming with fraud, illegal gambling, and money laundering, during a press conference in Washington D.C.,...

c. 1999 (4/27): Health officials report an outbreak of "New Pox" in Amsterdam, Netherlands, spread primarily through the narcotics community,....

c. 1999 (5/2): Jeff Gordon drove the #24 Dupont Chevrolet to Victory Lane for winning the California 500 Presented by NAPA Auto Parts at California Speedway in Fontana, CA. Also on this day, The NASCAR Winston Cup Series heads to Fontana, CA for the California 500 as Jeff Gordon driving the #24 DuPont Automotive Finishers Chevrolet for Rick Hendrick won that race, Rick Carelli finished 2nd in the #57 RE/MAX International Chevrolet.

c. 1999 (5/10): Eugène Terre'Blanche is tried as a war criminal by the Hague, for actions during the South African War,...

c. 1999 (5/12): Members of True Light Ministries are investigated by the FBI on suspicion of medical fraud, amidst accusations of political partisanship,...

c. 1999 (5/16): The Beverly Hills High School Sunburst captured the title in the Kick Division of the 1999 Golden State Drill Team Championships under Lead Vocalist Elizabeth Sroka with "Seven Minutes in Heaven"

c. 1999 (5/17): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Seoul, South Korea, sparking calls for martial law,...

c. 1999(5/22): Federal officials launch a massive crackdown on Africanized bees as reports place the bees as far north as Memphis, Tennessee, sparking national attention,....

c. 1999 (5/22-29): First World Escrima Tournament is held in Bacold, Negros, Philippines, with fighters from 6 countries,....

c. 1999 (6/1): The American actress Jennifer Lopez releases her debut album On the 6; the first single "If You Had My Love" reaches number one in U.S., Canada, and Australia. Also on this day,"Ririkan" (a.k.a. American Prairie Dogs) become popular pets, after displayed in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1999 (6/7) - Alec Baldwin, and his wife, Kim Basinger are killed in a car accident in Los Angeles, California, leaving their daughter, Ireland, to raised by Alec's brother, William.

c. 1999 (6/10): Jiang Zemin orders a complete state purge on the test subjects, scientists, and researchers regarding Chinese psychic experiments, sparking international attention and concern in Beijing....

c. 1999 (6/13): Steve William Fowkes begins the traffic of "smart drugs" through Bosnia-Hercegovina, sparking international attention,...

c. 1999 (6/18): National Geographic publishes photographs of China's "ghost cities", cities created in the aftermath of the massive deaths caused by H1N1 influenza, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1999 (6/19): Author Stephen King is paralyzed from the waist down after a car accident in Lowell, Maine. Drunk driver Bryan Smith commits suicide as a result of the news,....

c. 1999 (6/24): Seattle World Trade Center Massacre is launched, backed by the Luciferian Crusade, primarily as a recruitment tool months before the WTO protests, causing it to be banned in 12 countries,...

c. 1999 (7/5): Police officials in Paris, France report the rise of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs, fueling anti-immmigrant sentiment throughout the country...

c. 1999 (7/14): Police officials clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs at the University of Turku, Finland,...

c. 1999 (7/17): Ares Corporation begin testing the use of cyborgs for civilian law enforcement in Dallas, Texas, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 1999 (7/19): Captain Steel film starring Brock Lesnar, directed by Michael Bay, makes its hit debut,....

c. 1999 (7/22): Chinese officials erase and destroy all records mentioning Chinese psychic experiments, the names of any of the scientists or human test subjects, sparking concern throughout the scientific community...

c. 1999 (8/19) Superman (DC Comics) It is revealed that New Genesis was complicit in the destruction of Krypton, fearing that the Kryptonians played too much of a "wild card" against Apokolips,....

c. 1999 (8/31): Members of Unit FULL SPECTRUM uncover evidence that members of the Chechen Mafia are smuggling weapons to the Luciferian Crusade, including nuclear weapons, in Leningrad, USSR,....

c. 1999 (9/9): Hacker Slobodan "Simke" Simovic proclaims the technocratic regime a "hacker's paradise" during a press conference in Belgrade, sparking international attention; Also on this day, A cult called the Millennials has a massive group suicide near Slave Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. the death toll is 159...

c. 1999 (9/12): Stephanie Landwehr hitted #1 in the Pop Charts with "Let Forever Be" in which the music video was directed by Michel Gondry, and utilized ground-breaking video and film effects in its depiction of a young woman's nightmares played by Landwehr.

c. 1999 (9/24): Japanese police officials launch a massive crackdown on violence between chefs in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 1999 (9/25-9/26): Members of the True Light Ministries begin preaching about the "fractured nature of reality" in San Antonio, Texas, ...

c. 1999 (10/5): Angel (PTN-TV) starring David Boreanaz, earns the PTN-TV network the name "the network Whedon saved!"

c. 1999 (10/7): Garrett Stanley of Harvard, and Fei Li and Yang Dan of the University of California, Berkeley announce the creation of a "stimoceiver implant" that can record/play back information directly from the eye...

c. 1999 (10/8): During a HS Football Game, The Manatee HS Sugarcanes performed "You Bet Your Life It's Me" by Lead Singer & Captain Kendra Blaker and originally sung by Erica Gimpel (who played Coco on Fame) that song will later perform as a High Kick Routine and is also Sung by Blaker in the 2000 National Drill Team Championships to Grab 7th Place, But that gained National Attention to Sports Stadiums across the Country including the NHL's San Jose Sharks when they scored a Goal, MLB's San Jose Bees when the Bees won their Home Game, MLB's Sacramento Rivercats when a Rivercats player Hits a Home Run, NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers when they Steelers win their Home Game (despite the Steelers Does NOT have Cheerleaders), and so on which became a Crowd Anthem in Sports Stadiums being played in America. Also on this day, An episode of Supertrain: The World Tour satirizing the real life conflict in Colombia with a three episode story arc, in the first, the Train is delayed at the border, only to be hijacked by and forced to cross illegally.

c. 1999 (10/13): Aircraft Carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN-70) is attacked while docked at Tokyo, Japan; Luciferian Crusade members take credit, fueling tensions in the region,..

c. 1999 (10/14): Bad Dudes an arcade style "beat 'em up" game, where players fight ninjas and rescue the president, makes it's hit debut.

c. 1999 (10/15): The second episode of a three Episode story arc of Supertrain: The World Tour, in satirizing the real life conflict in Colombia by having the Train come under attack by Military tanks owned by the government of Colombia

c. 1999 (10/22): The third episode and final episode of the three issue story arc of Supertrain: The World Tour satirizing the conflict in Colombia, it's mad dash to the border as the main characters retake control of the train and try to save the passengers on board by leaving the country.

c. 1999 (11/6): Australia proclaims itself an independent republic after a national referendum, sparking international attention and controversy...

c. 1999 (11/17): Brian Litt, University of Pennsylvania, wins FDA approval for the use of "stimoceiver" implants to treat seizures in patients in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,....

c. 1999 (12/6): VOR: The Maelstrom (FASA Games) is released as a video game, sparking national attention and acclaim,....

c. 1999 (12/10): Doctor Who X: Nemesis, starring Arnold Vosloo as Doctor Who's young clone, features the last appearance of Colin Baker as Doctor Who as he sacrifices himself to save the planet Earth from the Daleks, flops at the box office...
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PART IV:

c. 2000: NASA officials announce lunar base construction completion for Project PLYMOUTH ROCK at a press conference at Cape Canaveral, Florida....

c. 2000: Deborah Lipstadt exposes historian David Irving as an agent of the "Luciferian Crusade" during a press conference in London, England....

c. 2000: Fletch Won directed by Kevin Smith, starring Chris Rock, makes its hit debut....

c. 2000*: US intelligence discovers Chinese J-XX advanced fighter development program has purchased the прогресс formula from NPO Saturn, and aims to develop a hypersonic atmospheric fighter.

c. 2000 (1/1): Y2K attack, Luciferian Crusade Attempt to hack computers at the dawn of the new millenium, through they fail, they manage to shut down power in Moscow, New York, Paris and Toronto for 3 hours, sparking international attention...

c. 2000 (1/2): Communist officials deploy the military to deal with "cosplay gangs" in Moscow, proclaiming them a "threat to socialist youth"....

c. 2000 (1/5): Human rights organizations condemn the USS John C. Stennis Carrier Strike Group using unmanned attack drones against Haitian pirates, sparking international attention,...

c. 2000 (1/8): In a AFC Wild Card Playoff Game with :16 Left, The Nashville Strummers received a Kickoff as Strummers RB Lorenzo Neal handed the ball to Frank Wycheck, who then lateraled the ball across the width of the field to his teammate, Kevin Dyson, who in turn ran the length of the field down the sideline for the game-winning touchdown (22-16). Controversy surrounded the play, hinging on whether Wycheck's pass to Dyson was an illegal forward pass, though the play was confirmed by instant replay review by referee Phil Luckett.

c. 2000 (1/21): Actor Cleavant Derricks is overwhelmed by fans in Los Angeles, California, during a press event at FOX-TV studios,....

c. 2000 (1/30): Trailing 23-16 with 6 Seconds Remaining in Super Bowl XXXIV, The Strummers who had no timeouts left and possession of the ball on the Rams' 10-yard line, had one final chance to tie the game. Strummers quarterback Josh Turner passed the ball to Kevin Dyson on a slant, but Rams linebacker Mike Jones came across the field and tackled Dyson perpendicular to the end zone. Dyson stretched out towards the goal line, but was only able to reach the one-yard line before being ruled down, However the Los Angeles Rams won Super Bowl XXXIV by Defeating the Nashville Strummers 23-16.

c. 2000 (2/4): "Cosplay/Otaku" fans of Sliders gather at the Oakland Coliseum in Oakland, California; violence erupts as Keith Damron and Paul Cajero proclaim that the "Sliders Is Dead!"....

c. 2000 (2/13): S Club 7 hitted #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Charts with the Song "S Club Party" despite the TV Series "S Club 7" is doing well on FOX Family Channel and the California Music Channel in the USA and BBC in the UK (as part of the CBBC on BBC Block).

c. 2000 (2/14): Indonesian officials announce a ban on "VR sex" (VRS) (a.k.a. Rancangan Undang-Undang Anti Pornografi dan Pornoaksi) in Jakarta, Indonesia, sparking outrage from civil libertarians,....

c. 2000 (2/16): German Chancellor Wolfgang Schäuble resigns from office after a massive bribery scandal are exposed in Berlin, sparking a massive shakeup in European politics,....

c. 2000 (2/28): Tensions mount between the United States and Canada, after arrests are made against Online Gaming CEO Calvin Ayre in Seattle, Washington, sparking international attention,...

c. 2000 (3/11): Peking Man; Chinese archaeologists uncover the remains of "Peking Man" in Zhoukoudian, China, sparking nationalist sentiment,....

c. 2000 (3/15) Green Lantern (DC Comics) The Green Lantern Corps is dragged into the Apokolips/New Genesis War, eventually serving as peace-keepers....

c. 2000 (3/18): 'N Sync hitted #1 with the Song "Bye Bye Bye" that song will stay at #1 on the Vocal Drill Radio Charts for for 5 Weeks before "Say My Name" by Destiny's Child took over on April 22nd.

c. 2000 (3/21): APEX Kai released their third album Titled "The Promise" songs include "The Love You Save", "It's So Easy" and "Jeepster"

c. 2000 (4/2): Digimon Adventure Season 2 deubts in Japan, it is very popular, however, it is noted for some very dark and controversial story arcs(through it had a light tone overall)

c. 2000 (4/10): Government collapses throughout Bolivia, after riots erupt in Cochabamba, in reaction to the WTO trying to impose privatization of the nation's water system,....

c. 2000 (4/11): The Los Angeles Dodgers edge the San Francisco Giants, 6–5, in the first game played at Pacific Bell Park in San Francisco. Shortstop Kevin Elster leads the Dodgers attack with three home runs. Also on this day, The Detroit Tigers sink the Seattle Mariners, 5–2, in the first game played at Comerica Park in Detroit.

c. 2000 (4/12-7/13): the Tokyo UFO Explosion occurs. Hundreds of UFOs are spotted by citizens over the Tokyo area...

c. 2000 (4/15): Violence erupts during the film premiere of Big Eyes, a film about the underground "Cosplay/Otaku" lifestyle,....

c. 2000 (4/23): J-Pop group Perfume hels promote the rise of Transhumanism in Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention,....

c. 2000 (5/6): "Another Dumb Blonde" by Hoku from the 2000 Nickelodeon movie Snow Day hitted the #1 Spot in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 this week, however that song will stay in #1 until the 2nd week of June.

c. 2000 (5/8)-2001 (7/19): Federal officials warn of the threat of Africanized bees as attacks are reported in Atlanta, Georgia, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 2000 (5/12): Adam Petty was practicing for the Busch 200 NASCAR Nationwide Series (then Busch Grand National Series) race at the New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon, New Hampshire. While entering turn three, Petty's throttle stuck wide open, causing the car to hit the outside wall and was injured for a few weeks.

c. 2000 (5/14) : All Female High School Show Choirs went 1-2 in the 2000 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships as the Diamond Bar High School Solitaire captured 1st Place with their rendition of Pat Breaker's "Heartbreaker" in the Jazz Division however the El Rancho Song & Dance's Rendition of Mariah Carey's "Butterfly" finished 2nd place while the Alameda Hornettes took third with their rendition of Madonna's "I'll Remember". Also on this day, Star Trek: The Movie premieres on PTN-TV, starring Kate Mulgrew as Captain Kathryn Janeway and Eric Roberts as the Romulan Commander, with a cameo appearance of Captain Sisko, after being shot to death by a phaser. This movie is a failed backdoor pilot.

c. 2000 (5/17): BrainGate Corp., is established in Palo Alto, California, providing "neural-linked" limbs, sparking international attention,....

c. 2000 (5/19): "Sadie's" announces that it will be expanding to Argentina, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Portugal, with 16,680 restaurants across the globe, in a press conference in Shreveport, Louisiana,....

c. 2000 (5/23): True Light Ministries begins establishing churches in Europe, starting in Edinburgh, Scotland, sparking tensions with the British government,....

c. 2000 (5/24) Actor Hugh Grant and model Elizabeth Hurley are married in a public ceremony in London, England, sparking international attention; Also on this day, CIA Agent Jake Stone prevents a strain of H1N1 avian influenza from being released in Sydney, Australia by the "Luciferian Crusade",....

c. 2000 (7/2): Full Tilt Gaming CEO Ray Bitar is indicted in federal court in New York City, New York,....

c. 2000 (7/8): 'N Sync hitted #1 with the Song "It's Gonna Be Me" that song will stay for 5 Weeks at #1 on the Vocal Drill Radio Charts until August 12th as "I Think I'm In Love With You" by Jessica Simpson took over as the #1 Song.

c. 2000 (7/9): Kenny Irwin Jr. might make a move following practice of the thatlook.com 300 at New Hampshire International Speedway but Tony Stewart won as the Race was shortened to 273 laps due to rain.

c. 2000 (7/23): Absolute Gaming (AG) CEO Brent Beckley is charged with fraud, racketeering, and illegal gambling, sparking international attention,....

c. 2000 (7/26): Action Bot syndicated animated series based on the toyline by Yamato Toys, is rumored to be the subject of movie adaptation in Hollywood, California,....

c. 2000 (8/5): Kenny Irwin Jr. Captured the Win for the Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in which the race e has the record for the fastest Brickyard 400, with only 2 cautions and an average speed of 155.912 mph.

c. 2000 (8/11): K-Pop Group Wonder Girls helps promote Transhumanism during a rally in Seoul, Korea, sparking international attention,...

c. 2000 (8/12): The Chief Cabinet Secretary announces that the Japanese Air Self Defense Force was scrambled several times during the UFO explosion...

c. 2000 (8/13): Marina's Fella novel by Samuel Lauranilla, makes its hits hit debut, becoming a major bestseller, further popularizing the art of "Escrima". Also on this day, BBC-TV reports on the many "ghost cities" created in the wake of the H1N1 influenza outbreaks from Shanghai, China,....

c. 2000 (8/14): Sheila Nirenberg and Chethan Pandarinath announce the creation of artificial eyes at Cornell University, sparking a revolution in cybernetics,....

c. 2000 (8/15): "Clothing-Optional Restaurants" are established by Brandon Limwood in San Francisco, California, sparking international attention; Also on his day, Nazca Lines are uncovered by a Peruvian expedition in the Nazca Desert of southern Peru, sparking international attention....

c. 2000 (8/17): Chef Anthony Bourdain seizes control of the culinary underworld in a brutal fight in New York City, New York,....

c. 2000 (8/19): Panic erupts throughout the Soviet Union after cult leader Farkhat Abdullayev proclaims the arrival of UFOs in Almaty, Kazakhstan SSR,...

c. 2000 (9/6): Radio and Internet broadcasts by General Susilo Bambang Kerbau are spread by supporters of the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2000 (9/8): A Clash of Kings by George RR Martin is released to critical acclaim

c. 2000 (9/11): Reverend Dean Johnson condemns the show Supertrain (NBC-TV) during an interview by Charlie Rose,....

c. 2000 (9/12): Leslie Chalkien promotes "Speed Sex" seminars in New York City, New York, sparking condemnation from conservative groups; Also on this day, Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui begins covert operations in San Francisco, California, in an effort to monitor activities of the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 2000(9/17): Press Your Luck hired Todd Newton as the New Host of The Game Show on CBS. Also on this day, Crimson Skies (FASA Games) alternate history video game makes its hit debut, sparking national attention and acclaim,....

c. 2000 (9/22): "Luciferian Crusade" agents launch a brazen attack against MI6 Headquarters with rocket launchers in central London, England, killing 8 people, injuring an additional 12, sparking fears of a renewed crisis...

c. 2000 (9/23): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui runs afoul of Mexican authorities after clashing with local authorities over an artifact targeted by the "Luciferian Crusade" in Mexico City, Mexico,....

c. 2000 (10/21): Alex R. Linder of Kirksville, Missouri launches the Vanguard News Network (VNN) as a voice for the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention and concern. Also on this day, Digimon 02 episode 12, "Dagomon's voice" airs, and is infamous for it's dark themes and references to Lovecraft mythos.....

c. 2000 (11/9): Manchester Prep (FOX-TV) soap opera starring Amy Adams, Robin Dunne, and Keri Lynn Pratt makes its hit debut, despite opposition by parents groups,...

c. 2000 (11/19): Luciferian Crusade Operative "Agent #53" launches a private war against the Luciferian Crusade in Satu Mare, Romania,...

c. 2000 (11/27): MP Deborah Grey is elected Prime Minister of Canada in federal elections, based on nationalist sentiment after Quebec's secession,....

c. 2000 (12/1): Petty Enterprises got a new Car Make by Dodge and putted Buckshot Jones in the #45 Georgia Pacific Dodge, Kyle Petty still in the #44 Hot Wheels Dodge and 2001 NASCAR Winston Cup Rookie of the Year Contender Adam Petty in the #43 with sponsorship from Vocal Drill Radio & STP.

c. 2000 (12/16): Celebrity stalker Dante Michael Soiu injures actress Gwyneth Paltrow in Beverly Hills, California....

c. 2000 (12/22): Supertrain 2000, the second film in the hit Supertrain franchise once again shatters opening weekend box office records.

c.2001- Tuncay Güney warns of "Luciferian Crusade"/ "Cobra" infiltration of the government in Ankara, Turkey, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2001*: USAF announces plans to develop "sixth-generation" manned hypersonic fighter aircraft using Starlite-based scramjets.

c. 2001: Wrestloid Baby anime series by Kenichi Sonoda and Jiro Gyu, makes its hit debut,....

c. 2001: Unbreakable 2 directed by M. Night Shyamalan starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson, makes its hit debut,...

c. 2001 (1/1): Colombian President Alvaro Uribe Vélez intends to be reelected, sparking national attention.

c. 2001: Digimon 02 episode 39 airs, revolves around the return of Dagomon as a major antagonist and starting a 5 part arc titled "Dagomon's Revenge" filled with many occult themes and references to the Luciferian Crusade...

c. 2001 (1/17): Impeachment proceedings against Philippine President Joseph Estrada, accused of playing Jueteng, end preeminently and trigger the second EDSA People Power Revolution or People Power II.

c. 2001 (1/20): President Donald Rumsfeld pledges military aid to India and Pakistan under the policy of "military humanitarianism" during his Inaugural Address in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2001 (1/25-1/26): Porto Alegre Riots; Riots erupt in Porto Alegre, Brazil over proposed legislation aimed at expanding free market trade throughout Latin America,....

c. 2001 (1/30): Senator Lamar Alexander (R-TN) states "online gaming violence is worse than gun violence" during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2001 (2/6): The Carlsbad Lancerettes under direction of Carrie Smith and Lead Singers Laura Nares (who sang Michael Jackson's "Rock With You" in a Jazz Routine) and Katie Thompson (who sang "I Fell In Love" with Nares and 2003 Captain Kristin Jones in a High Kick Routine) won the Jazz Competition but failed to make the cut passed the Semi-Finals in the High Kick Competition.

c. 2001 (2/14): Vojislav Kostunica proclaims the "Technocratic State of Yugoslavia" in Sarajevo, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2001 (2/18): Dale Earnhardt won his 2nd Daytona 500 driving the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet in the NASCAR Winston Cup Series.

c. 2001 (2/19): Ride Awake Country airs it's first episode on CMT after 6 years of being on TNN. Also on this day, 2001 (2/19): Transhumanist Belinda Silbert proclaims cybernetics as a "Bridge to Divinity" during a speech in Cape Town, South Africa,....

c.2001 (2/20): In a secret meeting, Colombian Armed Forces reveal to President Uribe and the Ministry of Defense Carlos Castaño the Viuda Negra (Black Widow): an APC capable of transporting the SFM and of act as a small base in cases where radio communications are difficult.

c. 2001 (3/4): Scientists at Brown University, outside of Providence, Rhode Island announce wireless, implantable, rechargeable, long-term brain-computer interfaces...

c. 2001 (3/11): Dale Earnhardt took a chance after strong finishes of 14th at Rockingham and 8th at Las Vegas, He Won the 2001 Cracker Barrel Old Country Store 500 driving the #3 GM Goodwrench Chevrolet by getting 6th Win in the Spring Atlanta Race for Richard Childress Racing.

c. 2001 (4/1): Neptune Advance Bionics announces calls for "Upgrade Your Ears!" at a press conference in Boston, Massachusetts,...

c. 2001 (4/1): Digimon 02 concludes with 51 episodes.

c. 2001 (4/4): Police officials report the rise of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Rome, Italy, sparking calls for stricter youth laws,...

c. 2001 (4/26): WHO/CDC officials report that c. 64.6 million people may have died nationwide due to avian influenza in China alone,....

c. 2001 (5/12): El Rancho High School's Vocal Drill Team (Song & Dance) had a Jazz Routine to "Dancing in the Street" that captured a Victory in the Large Varsity Jazz Category in the 2002 Golden State Drill Team Championships defeating the Carlsbad Lancerettes with Lead Singer Laura Nares (now under her Final Year) in which Laura sang "Tell Me Boy, Tell Me Girl" with Brett Bailey. Also on this day, A.J. Burnett of the Miami Marlins pitches an unlikely no-hitter, overcoming nine bases on balls to lead Miami over the (insert team name here), 3–0, at (insert ballpark here). It is the second no-hitter of the season and the 228th overall in the major leagues. Burnett strikes out seven and hits a batter, but his nine walks represents a record in a nine-inning no-hitter game. He is only surpassed by Jim Maloney, who strikes out 11 but gives up 10 walks in a ten-inning no-hitter on August 19, 1965, as the Cincinnati Reds defeat the Chicago Cubs, 1–0, at Wrigley Field.

c. 2001 (5/20): Hong Kong Riots; Riots erupt in Kowloon District of Hong Kong, after rumors of an alleged outbreak of avian influenza sparks a massive panic, and the imposition of martial law over the city,....

c. 2001 (5/22): Pope John Paul II condemns Transhumanist "anti-clerical" attacks on the Roman Catholic Church, during mass in Paris, France....

c. 2001 (5/25-6/2): Second World Escrima Tournament is held in Metro Manila, Philippines, sparking international attention, aired on ESPN-TV,...

c. 2001 (5/26): Shefket Musliu leads an armed insurrection against the technocratic government of Yugoslavia in Preševo, fueling ethnic and sectarian tensions in the region. Also on this day, The Cat film goes to theaters before the the Memorial day weekend. It stars Cameron Diaz as the Cat. The villian is a Luciferian Crusade stand in.

c. 2001 (6/13): An amnesiac is found outside of Omaha, Nebraska, with neither a record or memory of who he is, sparking national attention,...

c. 2001 (6/14): WHO/CDC officials meet in Shanghai, China in an effort to best coordinate humanitarian aid relief efforts for the region,....

c. 2001 (6/21): Days of Thunder III starring Tom Cruise (as Cole Trickle) and John C. Reilly (as Cal Naughton Jr.) was released, as the 2001 Movie had Cal Naughton Jr. joined Daland Racing driving the #47 Old Spice Chevrolet.

c. 2001 (6/28): 60 Minutes (CBS-TV) reports on the many "ghost cities" created by H1N1 avian influenza, with a report from Nanjing, China,....

c. 2001 (6/30-8/22): Yum Cola takes the "Cola Wars" to a new level by sponsoring "Space Races" wherein private space corporations attempt to race their crafts into orbit in White Sands, New Mexico,....

c. 2001 (7/3): The Coffee riots begin. These begins after Starbucks increase prices, and too many people are upset at overly hot coffee...

c. 2001 (7/16): Actress Angelina Jolie achieves celebrity status after her work treating the orphans of H1N1 avian influenza in Shanghai, China,....

c. 2001 (7/19): Former Defense MP Minister Jeffrey Archer is elected British Prime Minister in a controversial election, sparking international attention,...

c. 2001 (7/27): Justice League (DC Comics), in a shocking twist Captain Atom becomes the Monarch, in a storyline many claim has the Luciferian Crusade as a catalyst for his actions....

c. 2001 (8/3): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui battles against the "Luciferian Crusade" and its agents in Las Vegas, Nevada,...

c. 2001 (8/20): Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse holds the "God Loves America" Dinner in Washington D.C., warning that a "great tragedy" is about to befall the country, sparking national attention,...

c. 2001 (8/21): Researchers at U.C. Berkeley led by Bin He and Mitesh Patel theorize "hidden portions of the Internet" being utilized by members by underground organizations,....

c. 2001 (8/24): Rahowa: Racial Holy War produced by the Luciferian Crusade, begins distribution on black market and "Dark Web/Hidden Net" sites...

c. 2001 (8/25): Singer Aaliyah survives a plane crash while filming a music video on Abaco Island, Bahamas...

c. 2001 (9/5): President Donald Rumsfeld announces a major offensive against "Ascension", citing how 2 DEA agents purchased the drug across the street from the White House in Washington D.C.,..

c. 2001 (9/6): Yugoslavian sniper Vuk Gordic begins a series of assassinations for the Luciferian Crusade, targeting Global Justice (GJ) agents in Sarajevo,...

c. 2001 (9/12): Mouse Davis Football 2002 is Released from EA Sports for the PS2, XBOX among others with a soundtrack including songs by Miss Teen USA Girls including 9.95 (1990 Halftime Production Number), We Are Tomorrow (1990 Opening Number), One Step Ahead (1991 Halftime Production Number) among other songs including "Mathematics" by Mos Def and "Down For The Count" by Talib Kweli as well as the Theme Song to Mouse Davis Football 2002 performed by Jamie Solinger (Miss Teen USA 1992) as (insert team name here) QB Daunte Culpepper is now on the cover.

c. 2001 (9/14-9/16): Members of True Light Ministries report people receiving a "psychic blow" in recent days in Austin, Texas,...

c. 2001 (9/29): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui battles against the "Luciferian Crusade" after they attempt a crime spree in San Francisco, California,...

c. 2001 (9/30): Jennifer Morris is recruited by Global Justice (GJ) to serve as an agent in Los Angeles, California, in an effort to combat the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 2001 (10/6- 10/7): Mass conversions are reported by True Light Ministries in Trenton, New Jersey, many claiming to have suffered a "psychic loss"....

c. 2001 (10/12): Riots led by Cthulhupunk erupt at a film debut of Dagon in Madrid, Spain, sparking international attention,....

c. 2001 (10/14): Cyborg Team Alpha is unveiled by Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) at Atsugi, Japan in an effort to battle the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 2001 (10/22): Following the Final Lap 15-car Big Wreck (which included Bobby Hamilton and 2000 Winston Cup Champion Bobby Labonte) that gave Dale Earnhardt Jr. to win the 2001 EA Sports 500, ESPN2 aired that In-Car Camera featuring Bobby Labonte to the Lancerettes "I Fell In Love" on Ride Awake.

c. 2001 (10/24): Jew Killer is launched, backed by the Luciferian Crusade, primarily as a recruitment tool, the game is banned in 16 countries,...

c. 2001 (11/5): Professional wrestlers and MMA fighters Chris Jericho and Terrance "Rhyno" Gerin, who together make up the famous "Bad Dudes" tag team, who received the Congressional Medal of Honor for rescuing the president of the United States, are assassinated during a fight in Bangkok, Thailand. The "Luciferian Crusade" takes responsibility.

c. 2001 (11/17): Yugoslavian sniper Vuk Gordic assassinates several Global Justice (GJ) agents Thessaloniki, Greece,...

c. 2001 (11/22): Battle of the Network Stars (NBC-TV) starring airs its final presentation, hosted by Arsenio Hall

c. 2001 (12/11): Heinrich Romburg promotes "Prison Dating" as a fad in Dallas, Texas, sparking condemnation from law enforcement...

c.2002- During the height of the anti-globalisation movement, "Luciferian Crusade" leaders openly seize power in Many Third World and former Soviet Bloc countries such as Kazahstan, Taijikistan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Mongolia, Burma, Much of africa, Brazil, Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Cuba, Mexico and Vietnam.

c. 2002: Police and INTERPOL agents in Pescara, Italy report breaking up a major "Luciferian Crusade" cell....

c. 2002: U.S. Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center (SPAWAR) in San Diego, California report on the military application for muon-catalyzed fusion (uCF), warning of the dangers of "nuclear terrorism"...

c. 2002*: Rockwell YCS-1, a scaled-up version of the X-30 for orbital cargo delivery, begins atmospheric flight testing.

c. 2002*: Aviation Weekly publishes article claiming X-30 spaceframes have been repurposed in a black program as FS-1 orbital interceptor spacecraft, used in satellite inspection, satellite destruction, and rapid-response orbital reconnaissance, and possibly even ballistic missile interception. The USAF does not publicly respond.

c. 2002: Femme Femme Buccaneer science fiction anime series by Satoshi Urushihara makes its hit debut,...

c. 2002 (1/8): Digimon 03 starts revolving around malevolent Digimon known as the Seven Demon Lords.....raising tension among soccer moms......

c. 2002 (1/12): "Luciferian Crusade" agents, via the "World Liberation Front" (WLF) detonate a nuclear warhead in Jammu, Kashmir; Indian military forces launch a nuclear weapon at Islamabad, while Pakistan launches a nuclear weapon at New Delhi. According to WHO/CDC officials, c. 1,425,000 people dead, with 4,275,000 homeless and injured....

c. 2002 (1/20): Former World League for Freedom and Defense (WLFD) Agent Quentin Pasquini launches a raid against Global Justice (GJ) headquarters, claiming a "blood vendetta" against the Director,...

c. 2002 (1/24): Yugoslavian sniper Vuk Gordic assassinates several Global Justice (GJ) agents in Rotterdam, Netherlands,....

c. 2002 (1/25): President Donald Rumsfeld announces an additional $500 million to aid in the "War Against Ascension" during a speech in Los Angeles, California....

c. 2002 (1/27): Police officials in Hong Kong, launch a brutal crackdown on "VR sex" (VRS) rings in Kowloon, sparking international attention,....

c. 2002 (1/29): President Donald Rumsfeld warns of the dangers of "rogue states", citing directly Yugoslavia, during the State of the Union Address in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2002 (2/24-25): Los Angeles Lights; Residents throughout Los Angeles, California report seeing UFOs, becoming a major topic of discussion over the Internet,...

c. 2002 (2/15): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2002 (2/17): British and American troops are deployed into India and Pakistan, in an effort to aid humanitarian efforts of the United Nations, sparking international attention and concern. Also on this day, Project SANTA CLAUS begins training forces as young as 8-years old in Jakanja, Japan, much to the concern of Diet officials,...

c. 2002 (2/21-22): Centers for Disease Control launch campaign for vaccination against the "New Pox" in Atlanta, Georgia, sparking national attention,....

c. 2002 (2/22): True Light Ministries Celebrity Center is established in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2002 (3/10): Singer Anna Pauline agrees to a contract to perform daily at the Jericho's Wall in Ramallah, Palestine,....

c. 2002 (3/28): "Luciferian Crusade" Chairman Stefano delle Chiaie demands full political recognition and concessions before the United Nations in New York City, New York....

c. 2002 (4/3): Anti-war protests begin in cities across the globe including Washington D.C., Paris, London, New York City, Rome and San Francisco, as concern grows that U.S. military intervention is growing out of control,....

c. 2002 (4/15) Ahead of its shareholders meeting "Sadie's" announces free, unlimited Wi-Fi Internet connection at all of its restaurants with over 16, 858 restaurants worldwide, during a press conference in Shreveport, Louisiana,...

c. 2002 (4/18) President Donald Rumsfeld chokes on a potato chip and suffers minor injuries. Sale of chips goes up following this.

c. 2002 (4/19): Shogakukan Corporation, a Japanese mercenary outfit, establishes its headquarters in Roanupur, Thailand, taking advantage of the regional conflicts,..

c. 2002 (4/29): Former major league outfielder Darryl Strawberry is sentenced to 18 months in prison for violating the terms of his probation six times.

c. 2002 (5/12): Stephanie Landwehr teamed up with Destiny's Child to perform a new R&B Dance-Pop song called "My Heart Still Beats", The Music Video which adds a mix of her previous #1 Hit "Let Forever Be" and a Concert Performance of Beyonce's "Run The World" but with More Clones of Stephanie, Beyonce, Michelle and Kelly, However that Song Will Later Hit #1 in the Vocal Drill Radio Charts in 2 Months from Now.

c. 2002 (5/19): Hamas and Hezbollah Parties launch a fatwa against "VR sex" in Ramallah, Palestine, sparking international attention,....

c. 2002 (5/21): Project SANTA CLAUS, through the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) begins deploying agents as young as 12-years old into Rome, Italy to combat the Luciferian Crusade,....

c. 2002 (5/23): Police officials proclaim a "symbolic victory" after cracking down on 4 "VR sex" sites in Singapore, sparking international attention,....

c. 2002 (5/25): Cosplay Complex (PTN-TV)starring Larissa Wolcott, Carla Witt, and Tiger Darrow, makes its hit series debut, about the life of cosplay gang members...

c. 2002 (5/31-6/20): FIFA World Cup is held in Seoul, South Korea, sparking international attention and concern to tensions within the peninsula,...

c. 2002 (6/5): U.S. soul and R&B singer R. Kelly, is charged with 21 counts of having sexual intercourse with a minor after a videotape allegedly showing him engaged in sexual acts with an underage girl is broadcast on the internet.

c. 2002(6/7): WHO/CDC officials gather in Leningrad to discuss new strategies to battle the onset of the H1N1 influenza .....

c. 2002 (6/8): Police launch a crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Pittsburg, California, sparking national attention to the issue as "California's problem"...

c. 2002 (6/11): Beatles member Paul McCartney and model Heather Mills publicly breakup in London, England, amidst the paparazzi. Also on this day, American Idol (PTN-TV) hosted by Simon Cowell and Cyndi Lauper, makes its hit television debut,....

c. 2002 (6/20): Pop star Britney Spears, at only 20 years of age, is ranked by Forbes as the world's most powerful celebrity.

c. 2002 (7/10): Soviet Foreign Minister Vladimir Basmanov launches a national crackdown on immigration within the Soviet Union, angering international critics, in Moscow,...

c. 2002 (8/9): American secret agent Derek Kinney uncovers cells of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Prague, Czechoslovakia threatening to launch chemical weapons in the region,....

c. 2002 (8/12): Mouse Davis Football 2003 is Released for the Gamecube, PS2, XBOX among others with Marshall Faulk of the Los Angeles Rams who is on the Cover.

c. 2002 (8/23): "Luciferian Crusade" forces in Belgrade ambush a nuclear shipment bound for Dmitrovgrad, Soviet Union, sparking international attention...

c. 2002 (8/28): Sultan bin Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan seizes control of the United Arab Emirates in Dubai, backed by the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 2002 (8/31): Government collapses in Buenos Aires, Argentina, after the WTO tries to impose privatization of the nation's water system,....

c. 2002 (9/3): In an effort to crackdown on organized crime, Greek government officials announce a online gambling/gaming sparking international attention in Athens, Greece,...

c.2002- Day of Fire (9/11); "Luciferian Crusade" leaders detonate nuclear weapons in Leningrad and Washington D.C., sparking international chaos and civil unrest. Denver, Colorado is selected as the acting capitol of the United States federal government in the aftermath of the attack...

c. 2002 (9/14): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui foils a martial arts tournament organized by the "Luciferian Crusade" in San Francisco, California,...

c. 2002 (9/20): Luciferian Crusade members expand their contacts through the creation of several "Deep Web/ Hidden Net" sites and servers across the globe,...

c. 2002 (9/28): Police officials launch a massive crackdown on "cosplay gangs" in Melbourne, Australia, sparkng international attention; Also on this day, Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse leads a mass rally in Cincinnati, Ohio that "Reality has been fractured!"

c. 2002 (9/29): Global Justice agents (GJ) are ambushed by Luciferian Crusade forces in Taipei, Taiwan, killing 12 agents in the process,...

c. 2002 (9/30) Former Luciferian Crusade Operative "Agent #53" is secretly recruited by the WLFD at Villa Borghese, Sicily, with the promise to continue his private war,...

c. 2002 (10/1): The Hawaiian crow is declared extinct by wildlife experts in Honolulu, Hawaii, sparking concern for the environment,....

c. 2002 (10/10): Taking advantage of the chaos from the nuclear destruction of Washington D.C. and Moscow, Yugoslavian sniper Vuk Gordic assassinates several Global Justce (GJ) agents in Warsaw, Poland,....

c. 2002 (10/12): Police officials in Sydney, Australia launch a crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs, sparking civil unrest and violence....

c. 2002: Concert for World Peace (10/20); Amidst heavy security concerns the Queen led by Freddie Mercury reunited to perform in Central Park in New York City, New York to raise money for the victims of the "Days of Rage"...

c. 2002 (10/23): U.S. Department of Justice announces a crackdown on several "Luciferian Crusade" Internet sites and the VNN-TV network, during a press conference in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2002 (10/27): The 2002 World Series was won by the San Francisco Seals led by Barry Bonds in which he led the Seals to win Game #7 at AT&T Park as Bonds got a 3-run Double to RF from LF Garret Anderson in a 4-1 Victory in Game Number 7 of the World Series

c. 2002 (10/27-29): Vojislav Kostunica leads a delegation of Yugoslavian leaders in Cambridge, Massachusetts, proclaiming that the country will be a model of "international energy independence"....

c. 2002 (10/31)- "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas led by Islam Khasukhanov seize control of a nuclear submarine in Vladivostok, USSR, sparking international attention and concern....

c. 2002 (11/1): In a shocking development, Victoria Beckham, wife of soccer player David Beckham is kidnapped and held for ransom in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 2002 (11/16): Riots erupt in Foshan City, Guangdong, China, over suspected avian influenza outbreaks, causing many to consider martial law,...

c. 2002 (11/31): Digimon 03, the third and final season of the Original Series starting with Digimon tamers, finally concludes, ending 3 years worth of storyline, by then the antagonists of the series, more specifically Dagomon and the Seven Great Demon Lords are used to symbolize the "Luciferian Crusade" in anime circles.....

c. 2002(12/1): A Storm of Swords by George RR Martin is released to critical acclaim

c. 2002 (12/10): Concert is held in London, England featuring musical acts Queen, Beatles, Nirvana, and other acts in an effort to help the United Nations humanitarian aid efforts in India and Pakistan,....

c. 2002 (12/24): Colonel Tsui Kau (ret) uncovers illegal mutagenic drugs being used by Triads in Hong Kong,....

c.2003- WLF is condemned by the UN in a unanimous resolution, leading to massive tensions

c. 2003: Basketball player Yao Ming leads the Houston Rockets to the NBA Championship in Houston, Texas, sparking international attention,...

c.2003- Ministry of Justice is bombed in Moscow, Russia, WLF claims responsibility in a series of Internet broadcasts....

c. 2003 (1/26): The Carlsbad Lancerettes took Kristen Jones on lead singer replacing Laura Nares to capture both National Drill Team Championships in the Small Varsity Jazz & Hip-Hop Categories, Kristen sang "In a Dream" (orig. by Rockell) in the Small Varsity Jazz and in Hip-Hop she was Joined with Kaitlin Collins and Brett Bailey with No Doubt's "Hey Baby".

c. 2003 (1/27): FBI officials begin investigating True Light Ministries, suspecting that the organization is laundering money, in Quantico, Virginia,...

c. 2003 (2/12): Tomb of Tutankhamen is uncovered by Egyptian archaeologists, amidst rumors of a curse and alleged prophecies,....

c. 2003 (2/14): Yugoslavian officials demonstrate fringe technologies in Böblingen, Germany, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2003 (2/16): Dr. Otto "Out" Standing attempts to bring his sons into the covert intelligence work at the CIA in Langley, Virginia,....

c. 2003 (3/1): Glozel Expedition; French archaeologists in Ferrières-sur-Sichon, France uncover a strange artifact in an unknown language, sparking international attention,...

c. 2003 (3/8): Yum Cola launches the Yum Cola Grand Prix in Perth, Australia in an effort to define it against the other "Cola Wars" opponents,...

c. 2003 (3/18-4/7): Cuban Spring; Pro-democracy protests led by Manuel Vázquez Portal erupt in Havana, Cuba, demanding massive political and economic changes

c. 2003 (3/30): Soviet spiritual advisor Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop sparks controversy after proclaiming that "Women must worship men, in the same way that men must worship God...." during a television broadcast in Moscow,...

c. 2003 (4/1) : Digimon Tamers debuts in Japan, takes place in a different continuity/universe and revolving heavily around the collectible card game based on the series. Tamers head writer Chiaki Konaka was also the man behind Serial Experiments Lain and is reportedly a big fan of Evangelion. Distinguished for deconstructing both the Digimon and Pokemon genre, despite it not having any crossovers with the latter, it is one of the more darker and dramatic incarnations of the Digimon series as it is significantly more cerebral, psychological, technologically minded, and becomes one hell of a Cosmic Horror Story by the end. Like it's predecessors it is universally praised, especially for it's "unique" take on the Digimon franchise, but the two OVA side stories accompanying it both were critical failures, through Runaway Locomon has somewhat of a cult following.

c. 2003 (4/18) In Detective Comics (DC Comics) it is revealed that Commissioner Jim Gordon knows that Bruce Wayne is the Batman,....

c. 2003 (5/3): Canadian politician Darlene "Dar" Heatherington is kidnapped from her hotel in Great Falls, Montana, sparking international attention,...

c. 2003 (5/17): United Nations officials report that 15 million tourists visit Antarctica annually, 40,000 arriving on a daily basis, sparking international attention,....

c. 2003(5/18): MP Zohra Othman is exposed as a "Luciferian Crusade" sympathizer during parliamentary elections in Belgium....

c. 2003 (5/25): The 2003 Indianapolis 500 Took Place as Gil de Ferran who drives the #6 for Team Penske won that event

c. 2003 (6/5): Government collapses in Conarky, Guinea amidst WTO and World Bank attempts to privatize the nation's water system; Also on this day, Rogue Global Justice (GJ) agent Baek Suk-hoon holds a train hostage in Seoul, South Korea, demanding that the government acknowledge the "illegal actions" of the organization,...

c. 2003 (6/6): Government collapses in Tirana, Albania, after the World Bank and WTO try to impose privatization of the nation's water system,....

c. 2003 (6/10) Green Lantern (DC Comics) A Green Lantern ring is granted to a Chinese PLA soldier, much to the concern of the members of the Justice League,...

c. 2003 (6/19): Members of the Unit FULL SPECTRUM uncover a plot to detonate VX chemical weapons at Festa Junina, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in a plot to raise world oil prices,....

c. 2003 (7/3): Police officials in Sao Paulo, Brazil clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs outside the barrios, creating support within the lower classes,....

c. 2003 (7/12): Violence erupts during the film premiere of The San Fran Tokyo Gang, a film about the underground "Cosplay/Otaku" lifestyle,....

c. 2003 (7/27): Oakwood Mutiny; "Luciferian Crusade" members launch an abortive coup attempt led by General Gerardo Gambala in Manila, Philippines, sparking civil unrest and panic in the Pacific Rim...

c. 2003 (8/19): Jessica Simpson releases her third studio album "In This Skin". The album would later go triple platinum in the U.S. and would produce the hit single "With You".

c. 2003 (9/6): Oprah! hosted by Oprah Winfrey, discusses the issue of whether "VR sex" (VRS) is considered cheating, on her show in Chicago, Illinois,....

c. 2003 (9/13): Police report a growing "Otaku/Cosplay" gang problem in Japantown of San Francisco, California, sparking national attention...

c. 2003 (9/17): In the small town of Waseca Minnesota, a young woman is found outside the home of a girl who was abducted in 1999. She has no recollection of anything before three months prior...

c. 2003 (9/20): Domestic Goddess (ABC-TV) cooking show hosted by Rosanne Barr, makes its hit debut,...

c. 2003 (9/22): "Luciferian Crusade" forces claim responsibility for the theft of highly enriched uranium (HEU) at the Pitesti Institute in Bucharest, Romania....

c. 2003 (9/27): Reports of "Luciferian Crusade" infiltration of highly sensitive sites is reported by the CIA and NSA during hearings in Denver, Colorado,...

c. 2003 (10/3): A man sells a signed air guitar for $2,300.00 dollars American on eBay...

c. 2003 (10/5): Vallejo Thundercats K Chris Griffith scored 3 Field Goals in a 23-20 win over the San Jose Bolts at Spartan Stadium in San Jose, CA.

c. 2003 (10/6): CIA and FBI officials report Hezbollah, al-Gama’a al-Islamiyya, Islamic Jihad, al-Qaeda, Hamas operating in "Luciferian Crusade" backed regimes....

c. 2003 (10/9): Local Italian television stations report "teenage assassins" operating in Rome, Italy, sparking concern by human rights organizations,...

c. 2003 (10/10): French political activist Bernard-Henri Lévy calls for WLDF nations to negotiate with the "Luciferian Crusade" during a rally in Paris, France....

c. 2003 (10/29): Counter Terror 2010 military based virtual-reality environment goes online, sparking international attention over the graphic violence,....

c. 2003 (10/31): Members of the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico in an effort to develop a strategy for a crackdown on the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 2003 (11/2): Arrested Development (FOX-TV) makes its hit debut, starring Jason Bateman, Michael Cera, and Will Arnett,....

c. 2003 (11/6): Soviet spiritual advisor Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop sparks international protests upon a visit to Berlin, Germany,....

c. 2003 (11/8): Filipino professional boxer Manny Pacquiao is named the official celebrity sponsor of Yum Cola in Las Vegas, Nevada,...

c. 2003 (11/9) Global Justice (GJ) are suspected in a break-in at the office of the Chinese Defense Minister in Beijing, China, fueling tensions between the countries,...

c. 2003 (12/3): Heiress Rachael Noros achieves fame through charity work across the globe...

c. 2003 (12/8): Greek government officials expand the parameters of legal restrictions on online gambling/gaming to ban all electronic games in Athens, Greece,...

c. 2003 (12/16): Washington Post reveals documents proving that the Global Justice (GJ) has engaged in the practice of warrantless wiretapping, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2003 (12/19): Senators Carl Levin (D-MI), Olympia Snowe (R-ME), Chuck Hagel (R-NB), and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) voice outrage over the unconstitutional practices of Global Justice on American soil,...

c.2004-WLF guerillas take President Vladimir Putin hostage in Moscow, Russia in an effort to "break" international will against the organization,..

c. 2004: Musical band The 440 Alliance emerges providing much-needed optimism for many people, with their debut in Los Angeles, California...

c. 2004*: Rockwell YCS-1 completes first orbital flight.

c. 2004 (1/2): European Union and NATO officials inspect the nuclear facility at Krško, confirming fears of a nuclear weapons program,....

c. 2004 (1/8): World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) officials begin deploying troops into "Area 13" (Dubai, UAE) in an effort to contain the threat of the Luciferian Crusade in the Middle East,...

c. 2004 (1/14): Sino-Vietnamese Border Crisis; conflict erupts between China and Vietnam over the rise of Chinese refugees crossing the border into Vietnam,.....

c. 2004 (1/16- 1/21): Mumbai Riots; Martial law is imposed over Mumbai, India after food riots erupt amidst shortages caused by the 2001 nuclear attacks,...

c. 2004 (1/21): Guardian Moon's Revenge video game is unveiled by Nintendo by Shigeru Miyamoto, becoming a major bestseller and arcade hit,....

c. 2004 (1/25): President Donald Rumsfeld states in a national television broadcast,"I have the authority, both from the Constitution and the Congress, to undertake this vital program..." from the White House in Washington D.C., in regards to the Global Justice (GJ) wiretapping scandal...

c. 2004 (1/27): WHO/CDC officials report a second pandemic outbreak of H1N1 avian influenza starting in Hong Kong, sparking civil unrest and panic throughout the Pacific Rim,.....

c. 2004 (1/29): Senator John Edwards (D-NC)is scandalized after a VRS-tape of him with Rielle Hunter emerges in Hillsborough, North Carolina,...

c. 2004 (2/1): The Carlsbad Lancerettes decided to hire the Lead Vocals of Sydnee Hines with a Jazz Routine to "It's My Life" by Talk Talk (which released 20 years ago and will be later covered by No Doubt a year ago) but fell short to Los Alamitos High School, But won in the Hip-Hop Division with "Too Close" ft. Brett Bailey

c. 2004 (2/3): Manhunt directed by David Fincher, starring Brian Cox and Christina Applegate makes its hit film debut. Also on this day,"Cosmetic Limb Amputation" is popularized by fashion guru Laura Smith in New York City, New York...

c. 2004 (2/4): Washington Post reports that contrary to claims of Global Justice (GJ) officials, warrantless wiretapping efforts yielded few, if any Luciferian Crusade agents, sparking national outrage,....

c. 2004 (2/12): Poultry sales are banned throughout the East Coast after infections of H1N1 avian influenza are reported in Baltimore, Maryland,....

c. 2004 (2/14): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui battles Yakuza and "Luciferian Crusade" members over possession of mystical items in San Francisco, California....

c. 2004 (2/26): Luciferian Crusade guerillas launch a suicide attack against the "Area 13" base in Dubai, fueling tensions in the Middle East,...

c. 2004 (3/2): Otaku Unite! film directed by Kevin Smith covers the rise of cosplay gangs across North America and Western Europe,...

c. 2004 (3/9): Poultry farmers along the American East Coast are forced to kill most of their birds, after the Department of Agriculture reports a case of H1N1 avian influenza outside of Charleston, South Carolina,....

c. 2004 (3/17-18): Anti-Serbian violence erupts in Srebennica, Yugoslavia, sparking tensions within Yugoslavia,....

c. 2004 (3/23): Reverend Dean Johnson leads a rally outside the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington D.C., proclaiming the need for "God's Soldiers"...

c. 2004 (3/26): Soviet military forces launch air strikes against the "Luciferian Crusade" at Tajoura Nuclear Research Center outside of Tripoli, Libya, sparking tensions throughout the Middle East...''

c. 2004 (3/31): Federal officials warn of the threat of Africanized bees as attacks are reported in Phoenix, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada, sparking national attention and concern,....

c. 2004 (4/5): Ares Corporation announces a contract with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), for cybernetic weapons testing and development; Also on this day, Underground hackers Denis Shestakov and Sourav S. Bhowmick uncover a Luciferian Crusade server in Singapore, which is immediately seized by the Chinese government,....

c. 2004 (4/8): Project SANTA CLAUS is turned over to Global Justice (GJ) in an effort to combat the Luciferian Crusade in Italy, fueling resentment towards the organization,...

c. 2004(4/19): Tensions mount when World Trade Organization (WTO) in Vienna, Austria, reaffirms a ruling that Palestinian police jurisdiction doesn't allow for extradition and prosecution of criminals outside their borders,....

c. 2004 (4/20): Former Luciferian Crusade Operative "Agent #53" assassinates U.S. Ambassador Kevin Anderson in Paris, France, launching a massive INTERPOL manhunt,....

c. 2004 (4/27): Chef Gordon Ramsay launches a brutal war to eliminate the competition in the culinary underworld of London, England...

c. 2004 (5/10): President Donald Rumsfeld tries to assure the American public, that Global Justice is not "mining or trolling through the millions of phone calls of innocent Americans..." during a press conference in Washington D.C.,....

c. 2004 (5/19): Fatty film based on the life of actor Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle, starring Chris Farley, makes its hit debut,....

c. 2004 (5/23): Chef Gordon Ramsay establishes himself as the underworld chef suis in London, after a bloodbath, eliminating rival chefs,....

c. 2004 (5/25): The controversial series finale of Supertrain: The World Tour, debuts, infamously ending with the titular Supertrain being destroyed by a terrorist dirty bomb, in what is widely seen as the darkest plot twist in television history. Also on this day, Achaea, virtual reality site is created by CEO Matthew Mihaly is established as a means to distribute "virtual high"....

c. 2004 (5/26): The Pittsburgh Pirates' Daryle Ward hits for the cycle in the Pirates' 11-8 victory over the (insert team name here). It is done 23 times in Pittsburgh history and 243 times in the majors since 1882. Ward joins his father, Gary Ward, to become the first father-son combination in major league history to hit for the cycle. The senior Ward accomplishes the feat on September 18, 1980, for the Minnesota Twins. Also on this day, Actress Halle Berry is attacked by war veteran Greg Broussard while in West Hollywood, California, sparking international attention....

c. 2004 (5/26-27): U.S. and Soviet forces capture "Luciferian Crusade" forces outside of Tashkent, Uzbekistan, during an abortive attempt to hijack Soviet nuclear materials....

c. 2004 (5/28): Police officials report the spread of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in San Jose, California, triggering fears of "racial-profiling"....

c. 2004 (6/1): Heiress Rachel Noros establishes with Playing for Change, Heiress Records in an effort to help young musical artists enter into the musical recording industry in New York City, New York,....

c. 2004 (6/7): 5 Years after Kendra's "You Bet Your Life Is Me" Gaining Attention as a Crowd Anthem, Ride Awake did the same with a Speedrush Segment when that song ("You Bet Your Life It's Me") which features Mark Martin (who went on to win the Race) in a Wreck that involves 19 Cars at Dover on Sunday.

c. 2004 (6/17): Government collapses in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania, after the World Bank and WTO try to impose privatization of the nation's water system,....

c. 2004 (6/25): Centers for Disease Control report an outbreak of "New Pox" in Raleigh, North Carolina from tourists in London, England, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2004 (6/28): "Wheatgrass Diet" is promoted by health guru Gangaram in Hollywood, California, sparking national attention,....

c. 2004 (7/4): The Las Vegas Blackjacks (WAC-Pro League) ignited fireworks as QB (insert player name here) grabbed 343 Passing Yards and 3 Touchdowns in a 28-23 win over the San Diego Chargers awarding an upgrade to join the NFL Premier League at Qualcomm Stadium.

c. 2004 (7/10): Ex-S Club star Rachel Stevens sets a world record for completing the fastest promotional circuit in just 24 hours- including a run for the charity Sport Relief. American Idol winner Fantasia becomes the first artist in history to debut at number-one on the Hot 100 with a first record.

c. 2004 (7/19): Health officials report "intestinal tape worms" being used as weight loss supplements in Beverly Hills, California, sparking national attention,...

c. 2004 (7/24): Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones is killed in Hollywood, California after an attack by stalker Dawnette Knight at a restaurant....

c.2004 (7/26) After a contentious primary season, Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman narrowly defeats Wisconsin Senator (and fellow Connecticut native, incidentally) Ralph Nader on the first ballot. Chicago Mayor Carol Mosely Braun, who's support for Lieberman allowed him to take the nomination, is in turn nominated for the Vice-Presidency, the first time a female has had that distinction in American history.At the conclusion of the divided convention, incumbent President Donald Rumsfeld leads Lieberman in the polls by twenty points.

c. 2004 (8/9): Mihama Disaster; Nuclear meltdown takes place in Fukui Prefecture, Japan, sparking civil unrest and panic,....

c. 2004 (8/13-29): The XXVIII Summer Olympics take place in Cape Town, South Africa, hosted by President Nelson Mandela, sparking international attention. "Escrima" is brought into the Summer Olympics, after its rapid spread in popularity across the globe. Regie Sanchez of the Philippines wins the Gold Medal in the Men's Division. Rochelle Quirol of the Philippines wins the Gold Medal in the Female Division.

c. 2004 (8/25): Francis Fukuyama condemns the dangers of the Transhumanism movement, during a lecture in Berkeley, California,...

c. 2004 (8/28): Totally Radical (PTN) sitcom series taking place in the 1980s, starring Linda Cardellini, Jonah Hill, and Michael Cera, makes its hit series debut,....

c. 2004 (9/1): Ares Corporation begins the use of cybernetic animals as "living weapons" for covert military operations for the U.S. military,....

c.2004- (9/3)The Rumsfeld reelection campaign takes a stunning hit after a cybernet video goes viral where an unnamed citizen, when questioned on who he will vote for come November, replies "Well, didn't Rummy let Washington get nuked?" The effect kills whatever lead Rumsfeld had left by that point, and the race will be too close to call until Election Day.

c. 2004 (9/7): Confessions of an Heiress by Rachel Noros, detailing her story of her fight for aid to the Third World, and her concerns about the environment,....

c. 2004 (9/14): United Nations officials report that the "Luciferian Crusade" is conducting illegal biological experiments using human subjects in Yugoslavia, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2004 (9/15): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) battles against the "Luciferian Crusade" after an attack on their headquarters in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 2004 (9/18): Real-Chicky, synthetic chicken is introduced by the Monsanto Corporation in Saint Louis, Missouri, in an effort to alleviate the need for chicken amidst poultry shortages across the globe,...

c. 2004 (9/25): Anti-GMO protesters against "Real Chicky" begin chanting "Fake Food!, All Chemicals!, Fake Food..." in Saint Louis, Missouri,...

c. 2004 (10/10): "Necronomicon" Cthuluhupunk album by Nox Arcana, makes its hit debut in Germany, sparking riots at several concert venues,...

c. 2004 (10/12): Carrie Slaughter, along with a large mute wearing a gas mask dubbed "Frank", are seen hunting for "splatterpunks" (serial killers)...

c. 2004 (10/14): The NASCAR Winston Cup Series heads to Mesa Marin Raceway for the StarNursery.com 400 as Jimmie Johnson won that race driving the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet

c. 2004 (10/27): The Boston Red Sox complete a four-game sweep of the St. Louis Cardinals to win the World Series for the first time since 1918. Also on this day, Soviet officials blame the economic downturn for the Soviet Union on the economic trade policies of the United States, Japan, and Western Europe,....

c. 2004 (10/28): U.S. Secret Service launch a nationwide crackdown on online gambling, announcing the arrest of several organized crime figures in Denver, Colorado,...

c. 2004 (10/29): "Luciferian Crusade" Chairman Stefano delle Chiaie dies peacefully in his sleep, despite numerous attempts by intelligence agencies to assassinate the leader, signalling the legitimacy of the organization. Also on this day, WHO/CDC officials report a massive flood of Chinese refugees flooding into the Mekong Delta region of Vietnam, sparking civil unrest and tensions,...

c. 2004 (10/31): Transhumanist James Hughes publishes Citizen Cyborg, which proclaims the idea that democratic societies must respond to the rise of Transhumanists,...

c.2004 (11/2)- 2004 Presidential Election; Despite his strong law-and-order stance in a time of uncertainty, President Donald Rumsfeld is narrowly defeated at the polls by Senator Joe Lieberman, a very hawkish Democrat. Also on this day, Jerry Springer (D-OH) wins the U.S. Senate race in Ohio, sparking national attention and controversy....

c. 2004 (11/4): Roberto Fiore is chosen in secrecy as the Chairman of the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention and concern amongst the various world governments....

c. 2004 (11/28): Transgender person Rita Henderson is shot and killed in Boston, Massachusetts, after being invited by an VRS (e.g. virtual reality sex) partner who was unaware that Henderson was a male transvestite,...

c. 2004: (12/3) Donald Rumsfeld is assassinated by Maxime Brunerie, a Cobra agent of French nationality. Rumsfeld's VP, Pat Buchanan, will serve as Acting President until January 20 of next year, when Lieberman is scheduled to be inaugurated.

c. 2004 (12/3-12/17): Science Team Ichi and Cyborg Team Alpha are a part of a mission into North Korea that results in the destruction of the nations nuclear weapon production and assassination of Luciferian Crusade leader Doctor Yusef Alafa, AKA Doctor Nuke.

c. 2004 (12/17): Reverend Danny Nalliah and Daniel Scot launch a massive campaign against the rising tide of refugees from China, India and Pakistan, during a rally in Sydney, Australia....

c. 2004 (12/9): "Luciferian Crusade" member James Cumings in Belfast, Maine while attempting to build a nuclear weapon,...

c. 2005: NASA ARES-1 is launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida, first Mars manned expedition launched....

c. 2005: Welcome to the Neighborhood (ABC-TV) reality television series makes its hit series debut, challenging views on race, sex, gender, et al.,..

c. 2005: Awesometown (FOX-TV) starring Adam Sandberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer, makes its hit television series debut,....

c.2005: Los Angeles Bombings; "Luciferian Crusade"/ WLF members launch a "false-flag" operation whereby Kevin James leads Jamiyyat Ul-Islam Is-Saheed (a fake Islamic terrorist group) into bombing several military bases and the Israeli consulate in Los Angeles, California...

c. 2005 (1/4): U.S. troops are deployed into Bolivia after the government collapses in La Paz, Bolivia due to WTO and World Bank plans for privatization of the water system,....

c. 2005 (1/9)- Jamie Lynn Spears launches a campaign in an effort to promote youth chastity in Shreveport, Louisiana, sparking national attention,...

c. 2005 (1/12): Actor Chow Yun-Fat leads a telethon to aid relief efforts regarding H1N1 avian influenza broadcast from Shanghai, sparking international attention,...

c. 2005 (1/17): "Luciferian Crusade" agents led by Jose Ernesto Beltran Quinonez, smggle a nuclear weapon across the U.S. border at San Diego, California. Also on this day, Police officials in San Jose, California launch a crackdown on "cosplay gangs", stating that they are a "threat to youth...."

c. 2005 (1/18): Secretary of State John R. Bolton proclaims Yugoslavia an "outpost of tyranny" during Congressional hearings in Washington D.C.,....

c. 2005 (1/22): CIA and FBI officials identify several "Luciferian Crusade" agents from Iraq and the People's Republic of China....

c. 2005 (1/26): Global Justice (GJ) run afoul of the KGB and Soviet officials after being caught at a "Liberty Village" in Derevko, Siberia, sparking tensions with the agency and the Soviet Union,....

c. 2005 (1/31): "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs clash with Soviet Communist officials in Moscow, sparking international attention and concern. Also on this day, Riots erupt in Spain, France and Luxembourg over the proposed American takeover of the Arcelor Corporation,...

c. 2005 (2/1): President Joseph Lieberman appoints Lieutenant Scott Michaels as head of the "CyberComm" for the U.S. Defense Department in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2005 (2/10): Prince Charles marries Camillia Parker-Bowles. Camilla becomes Duchess of Cornwall...

c. 2005 (2/11): The Elves of Fahmeh fantasy based virtual-reality environment goes online, sparking international attention, with celebrity endorsements by Orlando Bloom, Richard Dreyfuess, and Natalie Portman. ....

c. 2005 (2/27): Outbreak of avian influenza is blamed for the deaths of 32 people in Managua, Nicaragua. Nicaraguan officials claim that the disease is part of an American biological weapons strike,...

c. 2005 (2/28): "Beyond the Sea" Cthulhupunk album by the Dark Moor, makes its hit debut in Spain, sparking international attention and the condemnation of Roman Catholic officials,....

c. 2005 (4/2): Yugoslavian sniper Vuk Gordic assassinates several Global Justice (GJ) agents in Prague, Czechoslovakia,....

c. 2005 (4/4): "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas led by Richard Poplawski battle with police officials in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,....

c. 2005 (4/18): Before a select Diet Committee in Tokyo members of Cyborg Team Alpha are questioned on actions of their group and S.I. (Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi)

c. 2005 (4/19): Pope Benedict XVI launches an encyclical in the Vatican City, stating that Roman Catholics reiterating the ban of Roman Catholics from the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention...

c. 2005 (4/29): American secret agent Derek Kinney is apparently killed after preventing an assassination attempt on President Joseph Lieberman in a Capitol Rededication ceremony in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2005 (5/1): Joanne and Nancy Karl promote the Interplanetary Spacecraft Convention in Los Angeles, California, proclaiming it for a "new generation",....

c. 2005 (5/7): Japanese police officials clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Kawasaki, Japan, sparking international attention,....

c. 2005 (5/11): David Levy unveils life-like "Love Doll" droids in Maastricht, Netherlands, sparking international attention,....

c. 2005 (5/18-25): Sovogda Incident; 12 Global Justice (GJ) agents are captured by Soviet Spetsnaz agents, after battling against Luciferian Crusade forces at a Siberian nuclear facility in Sovogda, fueling embarrassment for the agency,....

c. 2005 (5/21): The All-Girl Group Cabin Crew (Kate Eloise Whitfield, Keeley Malone, Sarah Merry, and Ex-Carlsbad Lancerettes Kaci Yamanaka and Shelby Meddock) got their first Top 40 Hit with "Waiting For a Star To Fall" (orig. by Belinda Carlisle) which hitted at #1 in the US Pop Charts just like what Belinda Carlisle did with her followup from "Heaven is a Place on Earth" back in January of 1988, However the Music Video of this 2005 Song by The Cabin Crew uses the Same Music Video IOTL. Also on this day, Security officials led by Dennis Richardson call for close monitoring of the many refugees from China, India and Pakistan as "possible health and security risks" before the Australian Parliament,...

c. 2005 (5/25): Carrie Underwood wins the fourth season of American Idol.

c. 2005 (5/27): Massive algal bloom devastates New England and Canadian waterways from Nova Scotia to Buzzard's Bay, Massachusetts, sparking international attention and concern; Also on this day, Thaksin Shinawatra, the Prime Minister of Thailand, shocks international community with the belief that the avian influenza was created in an effort to control the Third World and disrupt Asia's rise to power,....

c. 2005 (6/9): Aer Lingus Airbus and a U.S. Airways Boeing 737 collide midair over Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, killing 363 people,...

c. 2005 (6/10): Superman Triumphant directed by Bryan Singer reboots the franchise, featuring unknown actor Brandon Routh as Superman/Clark Kent, Kevin Spacey as Lex Luthor, the film makes its hit debut,....

c. 2005 (6/16): Action Bot syndicated animated series based on the toyline by Yamato Toys, is revived as an online VR cartoon series and game in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 2005 (6/17): Vigilante Nightbane, (a.k.a. Robert Lawson) begins operations in the city of Detroit, Michigan...,

c. 2005 (7/7): Transhumanist leaders led by Betty Dodson, hold a rally in Montreal, Quebec, proclaiming "Love Doll" droids and "VR sex" as a means to end STDs,...

c. 2005 (7/10): Yugoslavian Ambassador Michael D. Antonovich proclaims "Global Energy Independence" during a speech before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York,....

c. 2005 (7/21): "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas detonate 4 bombs in sequence across London, England, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 2005 (7/26): WHO/CDC officials report that suicide rates in China have exploded due to the plague in, especially amongst those c. 18-25 years old,...

c. 2005 (8/1): Government officials launch a massive crackdown on "Nadsat" youth gangs in a nationwide network from Moscow, Russia,....

c. 2005 (8/5) : It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (FX-TV) starring Andrew Dice Clay, Haley Joel Osment, Candace Cameron, Xzibit, and UFC fighter Chael Sonnen.

c. 2005 (8/6): Vice President Carol Mosley Braun of Illinois, is in attendance of the Hiroshima Peace march, the first American official at the event in it's history...

c. 2005 (8/21): Tatsunoko Corporation announces the deployment of cybernetic weapons systems for the Tokyo Police Department, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2005 (8/29): "Carpathia-A Dramatic Poem" album by the Cthulhupunk band the Vision Bleak in Germany with the single "Kutulu",...

c. 2005 (9/3): Police officials in Brisbane, Australia launch a crackdown in "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs, sparking national attention,...

c. 2005 (9/15): San Jose Bolts QB Mark Gottas placed 4 touchdown passes in a 56-7 win over the Sacramento Cougars.

c. 2005 (9/19): Global Frequency (WB-TV) starring Michelle Forbes, written and produced by Warren Ellis, makes its hit television debut,....

c. 2005 (9/29): Australian government officials announce that they will increase their humanitarian aid by 300% during a press conference in Sydney, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2005 (10/1): Riots led by Cthulhupunk enthusiasts erupt at the film debut of The Call of Cthulhu in Salt Lake City, Utah and Seattle, Washington, sparking national attention and concern,..

c. 2005 (10/2): Yugoslavian sniper Vuk Gordic assassinates several Global Justice (GJ) agents in Budapest, Hungary,...

c. 2005 (10/2): Police officials launch a crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay gangs" in Frankfurt and Heidelberg, Germany....

c. 2005 (10/13): Japanese officials announce that they will increase humanitarian aid to China, during a press conference in Tokyo, Japan, sparking international attention,....

c. 2005 (10/18): "Luciferian Crusade" agents send a video message threatening to detonate a nuclear weapon in Boston, MA and Philadelphia, PA...

c. 2005 (10/20): Violence erupts during the film premiere of The Otaku Princess, a film about the underground "Cosplay/Otaku" lifestyle,....

c. 2005 (10/26): The Chicago White Sox won their first World Series after 88 Years as they defeat the Houston Astros 4 games to 0.

c. 2005 (10/28): Police officials clash with "Otaku" gangs in San Francisco, California, amidst the debate over civil liberties,...

c. 2005 (11/5) Berkeley Student Riots; "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs clash with police on the U.C. Berkeley campus, sparking a new student movement in Berkeley, California...

c. 2005 (11/15): All-female group Danity Kane is formed on MTV show Making The Band.

c. 2005 (11/21): WHO/CDC officials report a drop in AIDS/HIV infection rates, particularly in the First World. Health officials attribute this to the rise in "VR sex", articularly amongst youth, sparking international attention,...

c. 2005 (11/22): MP Roland Koch is elected German Chancellor in federal elections in Berlin, Germany, sparking international attention,....

c. 2005 (11/23): MPs Miranda Devine and Greg Sheridan call for a crackdown on riots in Melbourne and Sydney, Australia, calling them "threats to national security"

c. 2005 (11/28): On the one year anniversary of the death of Rita Henderson, members of the LGBT community hold rallies highlighting the dangers of VRS encounters. The largest rallies are held in San Francisco, Boston, Los Angeles, and New York,....

c. 2005 (12/16): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Mandaluyong City, Philippines, sparking calls for martial law,...

c. 2005 (12/22): Kurdistan declares independence from Iraq, with the capital declared in Hewler; Turkey and Israel voice their concerns about the move,...

c. 2005 (12/30): Soviet officials report a major crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Lvov, Ukraine, sparking international attention,....

c. 2005 (12/31): Yum Cola launches its "Year of No Limits" ad campaign in Atlanta, Georgia, as a means to differentiate it from the other participants in the "Cola Wars",......

c. 2006*: First operational Rockwell CS-1 delivered to the Air Force, followed shortly by the first for NASA.

c. 2006: Italian Ministry of Economic Development anounces that it has invested $2.5 billion into the research of Franco Scaramuzzi regarding muon-catalyzed fusion (uCF), during a press conference in Rome, Italy....

c. 2006: HALO directed by Peter Jackson, produced by Guillermo del Toro, makes its hit film debut....

c. 2006: Rendezvous With Rama directed by David Fincher, based on the novel by Arthur C. Clarke, makes its hit debut....

c. 2006: Not Another High School Show (COM-TV) by Mike Bender, makes its hit debut, spoofing teen dramas,...

c. 2006 (1/1): After solving problems concerning an important timeskip and solving the problem of converging major plotlines, A Feast for Crows was released after some delay. The Book was originally supposed to be called A Time of Dragons and released as one volume, but was told to split into two by a friend.

c. 2006 (1/25): Soviet Colonel Oleg Khintsagov sells Soviet nuclear weapons to the "Luciferian Crisade" in Tblisi, Georgia SSR, sparking tensions throughout the Soviet Union...

c. 2006 (1/29): New York Times reports on the deadly history of "the New Pox", on the 40th anniversary of discovery of its outbreak,....

c. 2006 (2/3): Japanese officials announce that they will reopen trade routes with China, despite concerns regarding H1N1 influenza, sparking international attention,.....

c. 2006 (2/7): "Luciferian Crusade" agent Jose Ernesto Beltran Quinonez is captured in Mexico City, Mexico after trying to smuggle a nuclear weapon across the U.S./Mexican border....

c. 2006 (2/19): Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)) reports that the Luciferian Crusade is launching an effort to obtain mystical artifacts across the globe in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 2006 (2/23): Military forces led by General Renato Miranda overthrow the civilian government in Manila, Philippines, backed by the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking civil unrest and panic across the region....

c. 2006 (2/25): Icelandic government announces a ban on "VR sex" in Reykjavik, Iceland, sparking protests by civil libertarian organizations...

c. 2006 (3/5): Brokeback Mountain directed Ang Lee, wins the Academy Awards for Best Picture and Best Director, at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, California,....

c. 2006 (3/6): British reporter David Clark, The Guardian, warns that "Luciferian Crusade" members are "winning the hearts and minds" of people with their attacks on the economic crisis.....

c. 2006 (3/19): Celebrity Elizabeth Shue is scandalized after a virtual reality (VR) sex session is released on the Internet,....

c. 2006 (3/20): Japan defeats Cuba 10–6 in the championship game of the 2006 World Baseball Classic. After falling behind 6–1 early in the game, Cuba pulls back to within one run entering the ninth inning before Japan closes the door. The championship game of the first international baseball tournament open to players from Major League Baseball features teams that, combined, have only two players on a Major League roster.

c. 2006 (4/3): Professor Eric R. Pianka shocks the scientific community, advocating the distribution of an airborne Ebola virus to wipe out 90% of the world's population, during a lecture in Houston, Texas.

c. 2006 (4/9): Cabin Crew Released their 2nd Single by adding a Vocal Version of Indian Summer by The Rippingtons with Main Vocals by Sarah Merry and Kaci Yamanaka.

c. 2006 (4/13): fighting erupts in the Karakoram Mountains, as Chinese refugees attempt to cross into India, to receive humanitarian aid relief, but are turned away by Indian troops,....

c. 2006 (4/14): CIA officials report a secret nuclear agreement between the "Luciferian Crusade" supporting states of Venezuela, Cuba and Iran...

c. 2006 (4/21): Controversy takes place as the online gaming/gambling RapeLay is released in Tokyo, Japan with explicit and violent "VR sex" (VRS)....

c. 2006 (4/22): The Night adult/sexual virtual reality environment goes online, amidst controversy over the graphic sexuality and concerns of "online rape"...

c. 2006 (4/29): Shogakukan mercenaries battle against the Luciferian Crusade in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, sparking tensions throughout the region,...

c. 2006 (5/4): Colombian Armed Forces reveal in a secret meeting to President Uribe and Ministry of Defense Miguel Arroyave the Arpía (Harpy) MKII which is inspired on the original Arpía, a modification of a Huey chopper, but with the capability of providing an air commlink with the Viuda Negra.

c. 2006 (5/5): Doctor Who, reboot to the Doctor Who movie franchise, directed by Russell T. Davis, starring David Tennant as the Doctor, Billy Piper as Rose Tyler and Eric Bana as the alien warlord Nero, makes its hit debut; Also on this day, CIA Agent Jake Stone prevents the "Luciferian Crusade" from obtaining the names of covert agents across the globe, during a gun battle in Shanghai, China,...

c. 2006 (5/6): Kathy Glass and Harry Robbins proclaim an "Alien Apocalypse" in Humboldt County, California, amidst reports of UFO and Bigfoot sightings throughout the region,....

c. 2006 (5/8): South African President Jacob Zuma resigns after accusations of rape are exposed in Johannesburg, South Africa,....

c. 2006 (5/9): British Tory MPs call for a ban on "VR sex" (VRS) led by MP David Cameron, before the House of Commons in London, England,...

c. 2006 (5/22): Global Justice (GJ) agent is shot and presumed murdered in Hong Kong, China, sparking tensions between the agency and the Chinese government,....

c. 2006 (5/25): Euston Agreement; WLDF leaders gathered in London, England attempt to spell out the differences between political opposition and the beliefs of the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 2006 (5/30): Former Luciferian Crusade Operative "Agent #53" is implicated in an assassination attempt on the life of President Joseph Lieberman in Baltimore, Maryland,...

c. 2006 (6/2): Actor Matthew McConaughey and Penelope Cruz are married in a ceremony in Austin, Texas, sparkng international attention,....

c.2006 (6/9-7/9): FIFA World Cup is held in Cape Town, South Africa, sparking international attention, amidst heavy security,....

c. 2006 (6/17): Shogakukan mercenaries clash with members of Global Justice (GJ) in Angkor Wat, Cambodia,....

c. 2006 (6/25): 2006 FIFA World Cup Scandal; Declan Hill uncovers evidence that Ghana and Italy have rigged the World Cup Soccer matches in Cape Town, South Africa, sparking civil unrest and concern...

c. 2006 (7/1): While Taking a Breaking from doing Country Music Parodies, Cletus T. Judd released a New CD focusing on Parodies of Vocal Drill & Other Stuff titled "Stock Car Slamdown (Vol. 1)" which includes parodies of the 2003 Carlsbad Lancerettes Song "In a Dream" called "Not a Race (I Won)", "Waiting for a Car to Crash" (which is a Parody of "Waiting for a Star To Fall" by Belinda Carlisle and later Cabin Crew) and added new lyrics to 2 Classic TPiR Cues by Score Productions from the 1976 Package to this CD and they are "Stock Car Stalker" (The Bean Stalker) and "The Ballad of Carl Edwards" (Starcrossed) however "The Ballad of Carl Edwards" and a much bigger chart peak then 2004's hit "I Love NASCAR" however it hitted #33 in The Pop Charts and is also the Rally Song of the #99 Car of Carl Edwards in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series.

c. 2006 (7/26): Local blue-collar gangs support "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in battles against the police in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Also on this day, Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Mexico and Ecuador sign in Lima, Peru, the Treaty of Lima, to improve their technologies together with the goal of finding new cells of the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2006 (7/27): U.S. Secretary of State John Bolton voices his initial distrust in the Treaty of Lima, during a speech at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, citing the collapse of the 2005 Bolivian government's collapse and the 2005 attempt by the Luciferian Crusade to smuggle a nuclear weapon across the U.S./Mexican border....

c.2006 (8/1): Lee Seung-Yeop became the third player in baseball history to hit 400-career home runs before the age of 30. The others are Sadaharu Oh and Alex Rodriguez.

c. 2006 (8/6): Sterling D. Allan begins lobbying for international support for the technocratic state of Yugoslavia, sparking international attention,....

c. 2006 (8/10): President Liebermann is informed of genocide plot in Japan.

c. 2006 (8/15): Christina Aguilera releases her third studio album Back to Basics, and debuts No. 1 on the Billboard 200, becoming her second number one album since her debut, selling 346,000 copies in its first week. Back to Basics is the first studio album in four years since Stripped (2002).

c. 2006 (8/18): Escape From Earth directed by John Carpenter, starring Kurt Russell, the last film in the Snake Plissken-trilogy, makes its hit debut,....

c. 2006 (8/26): Police officials in Berlin, Germany launch a crackdown on "cosplay gangs", proclaiming them a "threat to the social order..."

c. 2006 (9/1-2): Soviet authorities launch a brutal crackdown on "Nadsat" youth gangs in Kondopoga, sparking national attention,....

c. 2006 (9/7): Heiress Rachel Noros is arrested outside the United Nations in New York City, New York after leading a protest calling for the elimination of Third World debt,....

c. 2006 (9/16): Talkshow with Spike Feresten (PTN-TV) hosted by Spike Feresten, makes its hit television debut,....

c. 2006 (9/18): Rachel Ray emerges as one of the top female leaders of the culinary underworld in New York City, New York,....

c. 2006 (9/22): Time Tunnel (SCIFI-TV) starring David Conrad, produced by Kevin Burns and Jon Jashni, makes its hit debut,...

c. 2006 (9/23): NATO and INTERPOL officials report that the Luciferian Crusade has established ties with the government in Sarajevo, including the purchase and development of nuclear weapons,...

c. 2006 (9/27): Tensions mount as medical officials in Seattle, Washington report several cases of H1N1, influenza, fueling tensions against the Asian- American community,...

c. 2006 (9/28): Celebrity Amanda Bynes releases a virtual reality (VR) sex session for sale, in an effort to boost her career,....

c. 2006 (9/30): Cash Explosion airs it's Final Episode it will be replaced with a New Game Show by the Ohio Lottery Called Make Me Famous, Make Me Rich with David McCreary hosting which debuts in Syndication Statewide to Ohio. Also on this day, Hirofumi Tanaka begins marketing "spirit phones" in Tokyo, Japan allegedly with the ability to contact beings in the spirit world,...

c. 2006 (10/1): Fantastic Four (Marvel Comics) has the Reed Richards/Victor Von Doom rivalry being seen as an analogue to the Thomas Edison/Nikola Tesla rivalry,...

c. 2006 (10/3): Yugoslavian officials led by Miloje Blagojevic announce that they will detonate a nuclear weapon in defiance of "Soviet and American imperialism" during a press conference in Sarajevo,....

c. 2006 (10/6): United Nations Security Council passes resolution condemning Yugoslavia for its nuclear weapons program, along with its state support for terrorism, in New York City, New York,....

c. 2006 (10/8): Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse proclaims the "New America" campaign in Baltimore, Maryland, sparking national attention,...

c. 2006 (10/10): Police in New York City, New York report the outbreak of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs, sparking national attention and concern. Also on this day, "The Tragic Treasury" Cthulhupunk album by the Gothic Archies, makes its hit debut in New York City, New York,

c. 2006 (10/16): Thomas Cappelen Malling is appointed head of the "Ninjatroppen" by King Harald V in Oslo, Norway, amidst tensions with Global Justice (GJ),...

c. 2006 (10/21): U.S. Secretary of State Zell Miller warns the United Nations General Assembly that the government of Yugoslavia has strong ties to the Luciferian Crusade, In New York City, New York,...

c. 2006 (11/4): Singer Hillary Duff is hospitalized in Orlando, Florida after being attacked by stalker Maksim Myaskovskiy, sparking national attention. Also on this day, Luciferian Crusade forces train in Belgrade, Sarajevo, et al., despite stern warnings by the United Nations Security Council in Geneva, Switzerland,.....


c. 2006 (11/7): Scandal erupts after it is revealed that the online game/gambling Left Behind: Eternal Forces is released, promoting a violent Christian fundamentalist views. Also on this day, Pilots and employees for United Airlines claim to see a UFO over O'Hare International Airport, In Chicago, Illinois. Employees alert federal authorities to the fact an unlit saucer shaped craft is flying over the busiest airport in the country...

c. 2006 (11/13): British MI5 reports that "Luciferian Crusade" agents are threatening to use nuclear weapons against Great Britain, sparking civil unrest and panic nationwide....

c. 2006 (11/17): Africanized bee attacks in Charleston, South Carolina spark international attention, with environmentalists warning that the autumn bee attacks are proof of a global warming event,....

c. 2006 (11/21): WHO/CDC reports a drop in teenage pregnancy and abortion rates natinwide. Medical officials report that this is due to the rise in teenage "VR sex" nationwide, during a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia...

c. 2006 (12/3): British police officials report heavy "Otaku/Cosplay" gang activity in London, England, seizing control of several ferries....

c. 2007: Austin Trey Bernard is arrested by FBI and local officials leading a cell of the "Luciferian Crusade" in New Orleans, Louisiana, which is seen as a major victory for the Administration...

c. 2007: Police and INTERPOL agents in Rignano Flaminio, Italy report breaking up a major "Luciferian Crusade" cell...

c. 2007: MySpace becomes the largest social-networking site across the globe, with over 1 billion known subscribers worldwide....

c. 2007: Kevin "The Truth" Durant leads the Trailblazers to the NBA Championship in Portland, Oregon....

c. 2007: British soccer star David Beckham of the Los Angeles Galaxy, sparks a massive "Soccermania" craze in Los Angeles, California....

c. 2007*: BAE HyperSonic Passenger Transport (HSPT) completes first flight tests.

c. 2007 (1/1): Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan is named the United Nations Secretary-General in New York City, New York...

c. 2007 (1/10): Some fronts of the FARC guerrillas surrender their weapons. The main reason was the "wrong direction that the Secretariat was taking". President Uribe says that "finally Colombia is winning the war against the Luciferian Crusade", and announces that is time to take the war to a new level.

c. 2007 (1/19): Palestinian officials cite gambling and casino rights as proof of the "central right of sovereignty" before the United Nations in New York City, New York,....

c. 2007 (2/4): Carlsbad Lancerette Juli Yamanaka revived Kendra Blaker's "You Bet Your Life It's Me" in which they Gave the Lancerettes their Small Varsity Jazz Title in the 2007 National Drill Team Championships, However that song is Featured in NASCAR 08 Video Game with the ESPN License as well as Ride Awake and also used when the San Diego Padres (MLB) win their Home Game at Petco Park and the San Francisco 49ers (NFL) win their Home Game at Candlestick Park.

c. 2007 (2/17): Author Warren Ellis writes about his experiences at the "Seclimine Drug Shack" through virtual reality, in an effort to experience "virtual highs" in Rolling Stone magazine,...

c. 2007 (3/1): Cardinal Gianfranco Girotti warns Roman Catholics that membership in the "Luciferian Crusade" is expressly forbidden in a mass in Rome, Italy....

c. 2007 (3/6) European Union calls for strict enforcement of laws against "VR sex" (VRS) during hearings in Brussels, Belgium,....

c. 2007 (3/17): Many Japanese papers release information that Cyborg Team Alpha member Hideki Fuji, had special devices implanted to allow ease dropping.

c. 2007 (3/21): Chief Cabinet Secretary announces that Hideki Fuji's abilities are not meant to be used on the public and only certain targets. The Opposition Leader then Questions, "Whose choice is it for the targets?"

c. 2007 (4/3): Hilary Duff releases her first album in 3 years, "Dignity". The album explores electronic and dance, and was praised by critics for its lyrics, musical style, and its time of release. Dignity proved to be a big influence on the subsequent "electronic" music movement.

c. 2007 (4/4): Lissette Álvarez, Willy Chirino, Jon Secada, Paquito D'Rivera, Boncó Quiñongo, and Amaury Gutiérrez lead anti-government demonstrations in Cuba,....

c. 2007 (4/6): Mexican secret agent Roberto Maniquis (a.k.a. "Guerrero") begins covert operations in Austin, Texas, amidst tensions between the two countries,....

c. 2007 (4/7): Soviet spiritual advisor Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop proclaims during a television broadcast that avian influenza is a "hoax", that the Roman Catholic Church as a "corrupt and degenerate institution", and to have evidence of a global conspiracy by chemical companies across the globe,....

c. 2007 (4/16): Yangtze Disaster; Corruption and an absence of environmental laws is blamed for the pollution of the Yangtze River at Chongqing, cutting off the water supply for c. 3.2 million people,...

c. 2007 (4/20): DEA officials announce a crackdown on "virtual highs" across the Internet, during a press conference in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2007 (4/28): Police officials launch a crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Melbourne, Australia, fueling civil unrest and panic,....

c. 2007 (5/1): Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick calls for the arrest of the vigilante "Nightbane", despite heavy support from the public,...

c. 2007 (5/13): The Encinal Jets Flight Crew now under Music Director Jay Jianoran (on his Sophomore Year) and coach Amanda White (of the Music Group The Clarences) captured their first Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship after 16 Years Trying when they the 1991 Golden State Drill Team Championship under Captain Nora Abille as she sang in a High Kick Routine to "Baby I'm a Star" as 16 years from now Aganus sang "Baby I'm a Star" to capture the 2007 Golden State Drill Team Championship, Jade Aganus also sang INOJ's "Love You Down" in a Jazz Routine with Jazz Aguon to Capture the Jazz Competition Title.

c. 2007 (5/15): "Otaku/Cosplay" imitators of the vigilante "Nightbane" begin to patrol the streets of Detroit, Michigan, embarrassing police officials; Local City Council members announce that those persons caught wearing costumes will be arrested and jailed,...

c. 2007 (5/16): Dominique Strauss-Kahn is elected President of France, amidst controversial elections in Paris,....

c. 2007 (5/26): Republic Airlines Embraer 170 and a SkyWest EMB 120 Turboprop collide over San Francisco/Oakland International Airport, killing 27 people, sparking national attention,....

c. 2007 (6/4): CIA officials warn that Adnan Gulshair el Shukrijumah has begun trading nuclear weapons information and technology to the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 2007 (6/8): Heiress Rachel Noros is arrested outside of the World Bank in Washington D.C., demanding an end to Third World debt,....

c. 2007 (6/19): Robert F. Kennedy Jr. condemns efforts of mandatory vaccination for "New Pox" during a rally in New York City, New York,....

c. 2007 (6/25): Kremlin Krusade is launched, backed by the Luciferian Crusade, primarily as a recruitment tool, the game is banned in 18 countries,...

c. 2007 (6/26): Soviet Foreign Minister Vladmir Basmanov announces the establishment of "People's Self Defense" units , citing the danger posed by Chinese refugees,...

c. 2007 (6/29): London Nightclub Bombing; "Luciferian Crusade" members bomb the Tyger-Tyger Club in London, killing 8 people, sparking international attention....

c. 2007 (7/13): California State Sheriff's Department launch a crackdown on "Otaku" gangs in Sacramento, California......

c. 2007 (7/31): Afrikanner AWB guerillas launch an attack against a nuclear facility in Pelindaba, South Africa, sparking fears of an escalating international world crisis....

c. 2007 (8/4): Ares Corporation is contracted by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) to provide cybernetic weapons systems for the department, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2007 (8/5): Chinese Ministry of Justice reports a massive explosion in prostitution in major cities including Nanjing, Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong, fueled by refugees from rural provinces entering the cities,...

c. 2007 (8/10): Chinese PLA officer Chan Ka-Kui uncovers a "Luciferian Crusade" cell in Paris, France, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2007 (8/22): Operation Straight Up Scandal; U.S. military officers are revealed to have distributed through the Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) online games such as Left Behind: Eternal Forces to promote violent Christian fundamentalist views....

c. 2007 (9/11): Chinese officials report rising suicide rates due to the plague, during a press conference in Beijing, fueling concern about the direction of the country.

c. 2007 (9/19): Luciferian Crusade cells hit in Sarajevo after a unmanned drone is deployed from the U.S.S. Seaview in the Mediterranean Sea,...

c. 2007 (9/21): Police officials launch a crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Sydney, Australia, sparking national attention....

c. 2007 (9/26): CIA Agents Cleo Brown and Rex Dart voice concern that cybernetics is being exploited, turning people into "living weapons" during hearings in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2007 (10/6): After Make Me Famous, Make Me Rich got cancelled, Cash Explosion returns with David McCreary hosting with Cherie McClain and Sharon Bicknell which debuts in Syndication Statewide to Ohio.

c. 2007 (10/10): Billionaire Greg Arnell disappears while globe-trotting in Southeast Asia, sparking rumors or his murder,...

c. 2007 (10/15): Drew Carey becomes the New Host of The Price is Right replacing Bob Barker after 35 Years, Rich Fields is the Announcer on that Show since 2005.

c. 2007 (10/23) Residents of Marksville, Louisiana report a mysterious rain of freshwater fish, sparking attention across the Internet,....

c. 2007 (10/29): An amnesiac adult male is found wandering the streets of Vienna, Austria, claiming to be American, but with no record of memory of how he got there,...

c. 2007 (11/19): Fitness guru Richard Simmons comes out of the closet as being gay in a press conference in Chicago, Illinois,....

c. 2007 (11/20): Smugglers of the Galaxy science-fiction virtual reality environment goes online amidst controversy over interspecies bisexuality, and graphic violence, becoming a major hit,....

c. 2007 (11/30): Police are forced to battle against "Otaku" gangs in San Francisco, California, sparking anger from civil rights organizations,....

c. 2007 (12/2): Heiress Rachel Noros offers to sell a virtual reality (VR) tape to Playboy, if the funds are used to help finance avian influenza research....

c. 2007 (12/14): United Nations officials call for international aid in helping to deal with the flood of Chinese refugees into Southeast Asia, during a press conference in New York City, New York,....

c. 2007 (12/16): One Vo1ce's "Thru The Fire" made their Debut at #36 in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Charts from the 2007 album "Lovin' Life"

c. 2007 (12/20): Jamie Lynn Spears leads a rally in Washington D.C., calling for youth to "pledge their virginity to God" sparking national attention and controversy,....

c. 2007 (12/27): World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) forces monitor elections in Kenya, amidst concerns of Luciferian Crusade interference in the region,...

c. 2007 (12/29): After weeks of political pressure (and, to a lesser extent, acknowledging the limited reach of the NFL Network), the National Football League allows that network's broadcast of the game between the Oakland Raiders and New York Giants to be simulcast nationally on league broadcast partners CBS and NBC. The Raiders would win the game 38-35 to become the first team in NFL history to go undefeated in a 16-game regular season. (The teams would meet again later in Super Bowl XLII, where the Giants won the NFL title and prevented the Pats from going 19–0.)

c. 2008: Tensions mount throughout Asia after the Indian National Institute of Advanced Studies announces that it has created muon-catalyzed fusion (uCF)facilities at Chennai's Indian Institute of Technology, the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre and the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research....

c. 2008: Japanese researcher Yoshiaki Arata warns of the military applications of muon-catalyzed fusion (uCF) during a press conference at Osaka University, Japan, escalating tensions across the globe....

c. 2008: The Sound of Young America (MTV-TV) talk show hosted by Jesse Thorn, makes its hit television debut....

c. 2008 (1/3): Luciferian Crusade forces take members of a United Nations peacekeeping force hostage in Nicosia, Cyprus fueling tensions in the region,...

c. 2008 (1/8): International media attention begins to investigate the stories of "teenage assassins" after a series of murders in Venice and Rome,...

c. 2008 (1/9): Riots erupt in Rangoon, as Burmese officials warn of the dangers of a H1N1 avian influenza outbreak within the refugee camps,....

c. 2008 (1/11): Ze'ev Drori is named Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, promising a greater role for technocratic development,..

c. 2008 (2/6): Military Religious Freedom Foundation (MRFF) announces the distribution of 1 million copies of Left Behind: Eternal Forces, in an effort to promote its Christian fundamentalist views in Alexandria, Virginia.....

c. 2008 (2/7): U.S. military forces report a missing squadron of F-18s while on patrol off the coast of Bermuda, raising the military alert for the region,...

c. 2008 (2/21): Luciferian Crusade forces launch a surprise attack on NATO headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, fueling doubt about the Lieberman Administration and it's ability to protect its allies,....

c. 2008 (2/22): Billboard and the World Peace One Foundation begin calling for musical artists across the globe to help efforts to end the "War on Terror"...

c. 2008 (3/8): A online organization called the "King Joffrey Foundation" located at the website www.itsonlyfiction.com emerges--it's goal it's to "vindicate" Joffrey Lannister, one of the more despised characters in all of fiction, citing the character's actions as "fun" and "amusing".

c. 2008 (3/12): Government collapses in Accra, Ghana, amidst attempts by the World Bank and WTO to impose privatization of the nation's water system, sparking international attention,...

c. 2008 (3/27): The Chicken Crossed the Road by David Ray Griffin, becomes a bestseller, popularizing the conspiracy theory that avian influenza was created solely to disrupt Asian power

c. 2008 (3/29): Celebrating the 50th anniversary of their move to Los Angeles, the Dodgers play an exhibition against the Red Sox at their first Los Angeles home, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, losing 7–4 before an announced crowd of 115,300.

c. 2008 (4/1): Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch begin campaigns against the "child assassins" in Italy, calling them a "human rights disaster"...

c. 2008 (4/5): Monsanto Corporation creates the commercial mascot "Becky Pecky" to promote "Real-Chicky" amidst its unpopularity,....

c. 2008 (4/18): "Mil y Una Caras" (a.k.a. "1,001 Faces") battles a cell of the Luciferian Crusade in Columbia, Missouri,....

c. 2008 (4/29): Ripper (PTN-TV/ BBC-TV) in a Anglo-American production by Joss Whedon, starring Anthony Stewart Head, the origins of "Giles" is explored,....

c. 2008 (5/4): The National Security and Homeland Security Presidential Directive (NSDP-51) is signed into law by President Joseph Lieberman as a means to create a "continuity of government" in the event of a "catastrophic event" in Washington D.C.,....

c. 2008 (5/9): Redbelt starring Grandmaster Daniel Inosanto and Chiwetel Ejiofor, directed by David Mamet, makes its hit film debut,....

c. 2008 (5/11): Jay Jianoran took the Flight Crew under Music Director to a Second Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship with Captain Rebecca Sotello in which she sang Toni Basil's "Over My Head" with Lauren Boone in a Jazz Routine, however Amanda White chose that song and said "Wow, I Prefer Toni Basil because this could be a good chance at a Victory for the Flight Crew and hopefully blow up the Carlsbad Lancerettes.", However the Lancerettes finish 3rd in a Jazz Routine with another 1980's hit called "Message In a Bottle" after the team lost 14 Seniors from Last Year.

c. 2008 (5/18): Indiana Jones & The Garden of Eden starring Kevin Costner as the brother of Indiana Jones; Sean Connery as Henry Jones Sr., and Michelle Yeoh as a Chinese PLA soldier,...

c. 2008 (5/25): Danica Patrick won the 2008 Indianapolis 500 in which she became the first female driver to win the 500.

c. 2008 (5/29): The Politburo of Soviet Union is informed that a nuclear storage bunker near Gori, Georgia SSR is short of 18 nuclear bombs...

c. 2008 (6/2): When Women Rule the World (FOX-TV) reality TV/game show makes its hit debut despite condmenation by women's groups including the National Organization of Women (NOW),.....

c. 2008 (6/10): Star Trek (PTN-TV) is relaunched under the helm of director and executive producer J.J. Abrams in Hollywood, California. The series gains the highest television ratings in several decades....

c. 2008 (6/17): Sichuan Riots; Riots erupt in Sichuan Province, after government corruption is blamed for the poor quality of school construction, leading to the deaths of thousands of children in the region after a minor earthquake,...

c. 2008 (7/14) Terrorist Crazy Bomba launches a series of attack against the city of Detroit, Michigan, forcing the deployment of the National Guard into the area,..

c. 2008 (7/16): "Realitism" is elaborated by Julia Butterfly Hill in Berkeley, California, condemning the growing addiction of youth to virtual reality and droid activity,....

c. 2008 (7/18): Northern white rhinoceros is declared extinct by wildlife experts in Gatamba, Congo, sparking renewed calls for environmental protection. Also on this day, American Medical Association (AMA) reports that "virtual highs" can be utilized to aid addicts in dropping their addictions, during a press conference in Boston, Massachusetts,...

c. 2008 (7/24): Vice President Carol Mosley Braun temporarily becomes Acting President as President Lieberman is put under anesthesia for a surgery to remove polyps from his intestines...

c. 2008 (8/3): Kaci Yamanaka decided to Leave the Group Cabin Crew to Concentrate on Cheering for the Carlsbad Lancerettes under her sister Lani Yamanaka.

c. 2008 (8/12): Venezuela, Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, and Bolivia sign the Treaty of Lima.

c. 2008 (8/25): Followers of Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse warn that the country is "being transformed into a police state..." Also on this day, CIA Agent Max Danger (e.g. historical records show that "Max Danger" is a code name and not the actual name of the agent in question) emerges in a battle against the Luciferian Crusade from Langley, Virginia,....


c. 2008 (8/19): "Continent" album by Cthulhupunk band The Acacia Strain, makes its American hit debut, in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 2008 (9/2): Private detective/vigilante, dubbed by the press "the Reaver" (a.k.a. Gabriel Jones) begins operations in Kansas City, Missouri against the Luciferian Crusade,....

c. 2008 (9/3): The NSC informs President Lieberman of the missing nukes. He is quoted as saying, "Good God, they'll use it." Also on this day, Transgender model Isis King launches the "We Are Love" campaign for the safety of LGBT VRS users on the PTN-TV network, spawning threats of boycott by conservative organizations....

c. 2008 (9/4): Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick resigns in the aftermath of the "Crazy Bomba" incident, and the seemng nobility of the police to contain "Nightbane"..,

c. 2008 (9/10): The Treaty of Lima creates the Latin American Defense Initiative, which intends to strengthen the bonds between Latin American countries. Meanwhile, Argentina, Chile and Panama sign the Treaty of Lima.

c. 2008 (9/11): On the anniversary of the "Day of Fire", Programmer Eric 'Sigvatr' Vaughn releases the online video game Luciferian Bloodlust in Los Angeles, California, becoming a major bestseller...

c. 2008 (9/13): Nanjing-Hainan region devastated by a 9.1 earthquake, killing thousands of people, creating a massive humanitarian crisis for the government,...

c. 2008 (9/21): tensions mount as Indian troops battle against Chinese refugees along the Sumdorong Chu Valley, Arunachal Pradesh, sparking international attention,....

c. 2008 (9/26): Communist officials launch a brutal crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Dzierżązna, outside of Lodz, Poland, ...

c. 2008 (10/2): Currency Wars based on the anti-Semitic and racist tracts by Song Hongbing, is broadcast as a series of episodes over the Internet by Luciferian Crusade,.....

c. 2008 (10/14): Shogakukan mercenaries clash with the Luciferian Crusade in Bangkok, Thailand, sparking calls for martial law,...

c. 2008 (10/26): Hiroshima is pounded by a massive typhoon, causing massive flooding and sparking civil unrest and panic throughout Japan,...

c. 2008 (10/31): Japanese hacker Satoshi Nakamoto is killed after revealing how to create "Virtucreds" (e.g. untraceable virtual cash) in Tokyo, Japan,....

c.2008 (11/14): "Luciferian Crusade" agents agents are captured by German GSG and BND agents in Kosovo, attempting to trigger a war in the Balkans...

c. 2008 (11/16): The 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series closed at Auto Club Speedway for the Los Angeles Times 500 as Carl Edwards won driving the #99 Office Depot Ford but Jimmie Johnson finished 15th to Capture the 2008 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Title.

c. 2008 (11/20): Julianne Hough announces that she would not be returning for the foreseeable future to Dancing with the Stars in order to further her country music career.

c. 2008 (11/24): Transgender mayor Stu Rasmussen of Silverton, Oregon, calls for federal legislation protecting LGBT persons on VRS sites with the "We Are Love" campaign,...

c. 2008 (11/30): Police in Kawasaki, Japan clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2008 (12/11): Former Indonesian dictator General Susilo Bambang Kerbau launches a series of armed insurrections backed by the "Luciferian Crusade" in Sumatra, in a desperate bid for power,....

c. 2008 (12/13): The North Hollywood High School Royal Regiment finished 2nd in the 2008 LAUSD Band & Vocal Drill Team Championships with Lead Singer and Captain Jo-ie Atchison Dangerfield performing many songs from Chicago ("Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is", "The Inner Struggles of a Man", "Another Rainy Day in New York and "25 or 6 to 4") in which they get a free ticket to the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships in May.

c. 2008 (12/15): "All Nightmare Long" single by Metallica, returns the band to the Cthulhupunk genre, the genre of music they created,....

c. 2009*: BAE HSPT enters regular service.

c.2009: Vatican officials uncover evidence that Bishop Richard Williamson of Edinburgh, is a member of the "Luciferian Crusde" sparking an international scandal....

c. 2009 (1/1): Major League Baseball launches the MLB Network at 6 PM ET. Commissioner Bud Selig greets viewers at the channel's official inception.

c. 2009 (1/3): Luciferian Crusade officials establish a "Virtucreds" system, allowing the organization to make completely untraceable financial transactions across the globe,....

c. 2009 (1/14): Indian workers launch a massive protest regarding the working conditions of workers at the Pangaea Antarctica Tourism Site, sparking international attention,....

c. 2009 (1/16): Africanized bee attacks in San Diego, California spark international attention, with environmentalists warning that the autumn bee attacks are proof of a global warming event,....

c. 2009 (1/18): Inscriptions for candidature to the Presidency of Colombia are closed - Candidates: Alvaro Uribe Velez/Francisco Santos (National Unity Party -Partido de la U-), Antanas Mockus Sivickas/Sergio Fajardo (Green Party), Piedad Córdoba/Jaime Castro (Liberal Party), Alejandro Ordóñez/Miguel Gómez (Conservative Party). Elections will be held in October, sparking national attention.

c. 2009 (1/27-2/1): Belem Riots; Martial law is declared in Belem, Brazil, as environmentalists and anti-corporate protesters clashed in 4 days of riots,...

c.2009: (1/29) FBI agents arrest Bryant Neal Vinas after selling information about the New York transit system to "Luciferian Crusade" agents in Long Island, New York....

c. 2009 (2/5): Thomas Cappelen Malling calls for the expansion of the "Ninjatroppen" at the behest of King Harald V in Oslo, Norway,....

c. 2009 (2/9): Singer Chris Brown is arrested after allegedly beating singer Rihanna, at her home in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention,...

c. 2009 (2/15): Preacher (HBO-TV), series based on the comic by Garth Ennis, starring Jason Patric, and Elizabeth Banks makes its hit series debut,...

c. 2009 (2/22): New York Times reporter Alex Wright uncovers evidence of "Darknet", a hidden Internet network being utilized by the Luciferian Crusade through servers across the globe,...

c. 2009 (2/25-27): "Cobra" forces lead a mutiny within the Bangladeshi military, sparking a civil war in Dhaka, Bangladesh...

c. 2009 (2/28): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Dundee, England, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2009 (3/3): Major League Baseball 2K9 is released by Visual Concepts and 2K Sports for Microsoft Windows, the Xbox 360, Sony's PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2 & PlayStation Portable, and the Nintendo Wii. 2008 Cy Young Award winner Tim Lincecum of the San Francisco Seals appears on the cover as well as serving as MLB player consultant for the popular video game.

c. 2009 (3/21): U.S. State Department warns that Yugoslavia is suspected of "economic terrorism" because of its research into fringe technologies,....

c. 2009 (3/23): Japan wins the 2009 World Baseball Classic with a 5–3 victory over Korea in ten innings. Ichiro Suzuki hits a two-run single in the top of the tenth inning with two outs for the winning runs. Daisuke Matsuzaka is the tournament's Most Valuable Player for the second time. Dice-K posts a 3–0 record with a 2.45 ERA in the tournament.

c. 2009 (3/26): Tesla Motors led by Martin Eberhard, Marc Tarpenning and Ian Wright, unveil its first electric vehicle for the market in Detroit, Michigan, in an effort to promote Yugoslavian trade and commerce,...

c. 2009 (4/13): Celebrity Tia Tequila is killed in West Hollywood, California by a crazed stalker, sparking calls for anti-crime legislation...

c. 2009 (4/15): "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas spark panic throughout the MIddle East, proclaiming to have obtained sizable amounts of "red mercury" in Riyadh....

c. 2009 (4/27): WHO/ CDC officials warn that H1N1 avian influenza has reached a new threshold of destruction, during a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia,...

c. 2009 (4/29): WHO/CDC officials that the avian influenza outbreak has passed a new threshold, during a press conference,....

c. 2009 (5/1): In a large poll found on asoiaf.westeros.org, 35% of fans claimed to agree with www.itsonlyfiction.com, sending shock waves throughout the fandom..........

c. 2009 (5/15): Doctor Who Into Darkness, starring David Tennant, Billy Piper and Robert Downing Jr. as the villian, John Harrison, makes its hit debut...

c. 2009 (5/17): Kristin Shellhammer took over as the New Coach for the Encinal Flight Crew however Captain Jessica Yang performed in a Jazz Routine to Madonna's Over & Over and gave a 3-Peat for Encinal High School under Music Director Jay Jianoran on his final year before heading to an Adult Program at Alameda High School to win the Jazz Division of the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship knocking out Rosary High School out and Lead Singer Amanda Crandall.

c. 2009 (5/25): NATO and Soviet officials report that Yugoslavian officials have detonated a nuclear weapon at Vinca, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2009 (5/26): WHO/CDC officials report another wave of suicides amongst youth c. 18-25 years old in China, citing the growing death tools caused by avian influenza, during a press conference in Beijing,...

c. 2009 (5/28): Christopher Handley Scandal; Cadet Christopher Handley, USN is placed under arrest for trafficking "obscene material" for possession of manga and anime in San Diego, California, sparking international attention,....

c. 2009 (6/11): With the score tied at 3 in the tenth inning at Progressive Field, the Cleveland Indians' Shin-Soo Choo singled sharply up the middle straight toward a flock of seagulls who were lounging in center field. Los Angeles Angels centerfielder Coco Crisp misplays the ball when it deflects off a seagull flying away. On the play, Mark DeRosa scores the winning run for the Indians.

Also on this day, WHO/ CDC report that the avian influenza epidemic has entered a new phase as a weapon, during a press conference in Atlanta, Georgia,...

c. 2009 (6/15) In Austin MN, a man is recorded being struck by lightning a record 6 times on a video camera.

c. 2009 (6/15-16): WHO/CDC officials meet in Yekaterinburg, Soviet Union to discuss the means to deal with the H1N1 influenza, sparking international attention,....

c. 2009 (6/19): Reverend Thomas Allen Larousse and his wife, Kathy, lead a televised rally in Lawrence, Kansas, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 2009 (7/9): Police launch a crackdown on "cosplay gangs" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, sparking national attention and controversy. Also on this day, MP Jim Saleam calls for massive restrictions against immigrants during an "Australia First" rally in Sydney, Australia,...

c.2009: (7/27) Daniel Patrick Boyd and several members of a "Luciferian Crusade" cell are arrested in New Bern, North Carolina....

c. 2009 (8/11): IAEA officials report that up to 6 Pakistani nuclear weapons are missing from the military arsenel, despite imposition of martial law in Islamabad...

c. 2009 (8/18): World Destruction: Brotherhood of Resistance is launched, backed by the Luciferian Crusade, primarily as a recruitment tool, causing it to be banned in 22 countries,...

c. 2009 (8/20): Chinese PLA begin deploying cybernetic weapons systems for civilian police usage in Hong Kong, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2009 (8/23): Figure skater Brian Boitano is murdered in San Francisco, California after angering several culinary underworld figures,...

c. 2009 (8/24): 8.9 earthquake devastates Istanbul, Turkey, humanitarian efforts are hampered by the devastation of roads and highways into the region,....

c. 2009 (8/28): United Nations' Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women launches a call for the elimination of Filipino online gaming/gambling and Japanese anime/manga, before the General Assembly in New York City, New York,...

c. 2009 (8/30): MP Kosaku Shima is elected Japanese Prime Minister in parliamentary elections, sparking international attention...

c. 2009 (9/1): Adriel Hampton (D-CA) is named the successor to Ellen Tauscher (D-CA) after a special election for the 10th Congressional District in Modesto, California, sparkng national attention,....

c. 2009 (9/6): Rick Kurkijan debuted a Texas Version of the California Music Channel called CMC Texas, The Channel is Co-Owned by Kurkijan and Miss Texas USA Executive Producer Al Clark, It's First Program was the 2010 Miss Texas USA Pageant in which is won by Kelsey Moore, However 110 Competitors took part in which they girls sing Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" which is the Opening Number to that Pageant as the Pageant took place in Houston, TX and is simulcasted across the Country on Vocal Drill Radio.

c. 2009 (9/13): Catalunya declares independence from Spain, with the capital declared in Barcelona, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2009 (9/14): Government collapses in Algiers, Algeria after the World Bank and WTO force the government to begin privatization of its water system,....

c. 2009 (9/17) : Arrested Development (FOX-TV) Lucielle Bluth (Jessica Walter) fakes her own death in order to avoid prosecution for tax evasion,...

c. 2009 (9/18): After Guiding Light gets cancelled on CBS after 57 Years on TV, That Show replaced with another 1st run episode of The Price is Right until October 2nd.

c. 2009 (9/22): Singer Jewel is killed by celebrity stalker Michael L. Kozelka in Stephenville, Texas, sparking national attention and concern...

c. 2009 (10/5): Let's Make A Deal Revived on CBS with Wayne Brady Hosting.

c. 2009 (10/9): Near Davenport Iowa, a local police officer, Jeff Shuttlesworth, stops a van with a busted tail light. In attempting to get the van to pull over the officer proceeds to chase the van across state borders and is joined by law enforcement from Illinois. The van eventually crashes. Thee police officers see why the van ran, it had a nuclear device in the back of it destined for Chicago or some city...

c. 2009 (10/10): Police officials report the spread of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Adelaide, Australia, sparking calls for a national crackdown,...

c. 2009 (10/14): New Zealand proclaims itself an independent republic after a national referendum, sparking international attention and controversy.....

c. 2009 (10/15): Britney Spears's "3" debuted at number one on Billboard Hot 100. This is her third number one on Billboard Hot 100 and the first non-American Idol related single to debut at number one since Lauryn Hill's "Doo Wop (That Thing)" occupied the penthouse on November 14, 1999.

c. 2009 (10/16): Cell horror film based on the Stephen King novel, starring John Duggan, Melissa Perez, and Christian Bale, makes its hit debut, featuring a zombie apocalypse spread through cellphone use,....

c. 2009 (10/18): Elections for Colombian presidency. Results as they follow:

First Round:

Alvaro Uribe Velez/Francisco Santos (National Unity Party -Partido de la U-) 39%
Antanas Mockus Sivickas/Sergio Fajardo (Green Party) 38%
Piedad Córdoba/Jaime Castro (Liberal Party) 13%
Alejandro Ordóñez/Miguel Gómez (Conservative Party) 10%

Second Round (The Second Round allows the two first winners to compete in a second election if no one reaches a full half plus one -mitad más uno- ratio. In this case, National Unity Party and Green Party are selected for this second round of elections):

Alvaro Uribe Velez/Francisco Santos (National Unity Party -Partido de la U-) 49%
Antanas Mockus Sivickas/Sergio Fajardo (Green Party) 51%

The president of Colombia in 2010 - 2014 is Antanas Mockus Sivickas (which is a major plot point here, because of the different approach that he will take against the Crusade, using a policy of carrot and stick against the full stick of Uribe's policies)

c. 2009 (10/24): INTERPOL agents raid a meeting of various European factions of the "Luciferian Crusade" in Budapest, Hungary, fueling concern over the stability of the organization....

c. 2009 (11/17): Justin Bieber made his Music Debut by Releasing his first album titled "My World"

c. 2009 (11/22): 132 Girls Competing in the Miss California USA Pageant and performed in a Music Video-Hybrid Opening Number in which they sang Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me" complete with the Girls who are Competing shown in the Opening Credits in a pageant hosted by The Insider's Chris Jacobs and is televised on Syndication Statewide however in the Nicole Johnson (representing Sherwood) won the title despite CMC airing live coverage of the Ford 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway however Nicole Johnson took her first walk as the New Miss California USA as "Against All Odds" sung by Jade Aganus (UC Santa Cruz) and Brandi Milloy (Tarzana) and with Backup Vocals by the Rest of the Cast., Other Songs performed by the girls are "One Step At a Time" (Paige Jainee - First Commercial Outro), "Summertime Summertime" (Louise Wu, Korrina Rico and Jade Aganus - Swimsuit Competition), "Beautiful Life" (Jessica "J-Rob" Robinson - Swimsuit Competition), "Love You Down" (Jade Aganus w/ Allie Ibarra, Brittany McGowan and Karina Riojas - Swimsuit Competition), "Reminisce" (Brittany McGowan - Commercial Outro #2), "Time (Clock of My Heart)" (Cierra Jackson - Commercial Outro #3), "Romantic" (Nia Sanchez and Nicole Johnson - Commercial Outro #4), "When I Dream About You (Jade Aganus & Alexandra Ibarra - Final Pre-Commercial Music Video), "Shine On" by Cyndi Mizelle (Evening Gown Production), "It's Not Over" (Lisa Chan - Final Commercial Outro), However All Songs from the Pageant would later appear on a Special Episode of The Price is Right saluting Super Bowl XLIV which aired on February 5th (2 Days before Super Bowl XLIV).

Nicole Johnson won Miss California USA 2011 along with the Rest of the Top 5 Shown in this Picture

c. 2009 (11/25): Intel Corporation announces the creation of a next-generation "neural implant" in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, sparking the attention of computer hackers worldwide....

c. 2009 (12/15): FBI raids the house of William Young, the owner of www.itsonlyfiction.com, which is quickly shut down under the guise of the site promoting "murder" and "sodomy". Young claimed that this violated his constitutional rights........

c. 2009 (12/16): 7.8 earthquake devastates Sumatra, Indonesia, killing thousands of people, creating a humanitarian crisis for the region,....

c. 2009 (12/17) Global Justice agent Yang Kyu-tae reports that the Luciferian Crusade is planning a major offensive attack from Seoul, South Korea,...

c. 2009 (12/24): A Time for Dragons, renamed A Dance of Dragons, was released to much Critical Acclaim but overshadowed by the controversy involving itsonlyfiction.com. However, with a movie coming out soon, fans couldn't be more excited...
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PART V:

c. 2010: Arranged Marriage (CBS-TV) reality television series, makes its hit debut, social conseratives condemn the show as "an insult to the institution of marriage..."

c. 2010: The Reggie Watts Show (COM-TV) starring Reggie Watts makes its hit series debut...

c. 2010 (1/2): "TiK ToK" by Ke$ha tops the U.S. Billboard Hot 100

c. 2010 (1/9) : Police officials report a massive illicit gambling scene controlled by the Triads , especially in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing,....

c. 2010 (1/20): Despite a 4 year delay, A Time for Dragons was released to much excitement

c. 2010 (1/26): The Latin American Defense Initiative launches the CONDOR satellite, which is used to find weather readings and secretly find jungle cells of the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2010 (1/27): Celebrity Scarlett Johansson is scandalized after a virtual-reality (VR) sex session is released over the Internet, sparking international attention,...

c. 2010 (1/31): Taylor Swift becomes the youngest country music artist and also youngest person to win the Grammy Award for Album of the Year for her album Fearless. Swift also wins three more awards that night for Best Country Album (Fearless), Best Female Country Vocal Performance ("White Horse"), and Best Country Song ("White Horse").

c. 2010 (2/6): Beyoncé played to a sold out crowd of 60,000 people in São Paulo, Brazil at Morumbi Stadium.

c. 2010 (2/9): Shanghai Riots; Anti-rich/ anti-foreigner riots erupt in Shanghai, fueling isolationist sentiment within the populace,...

c. 2010 (2/10): President Mockus divides part of the budget destined for Project: Unfading Glory between an upgrading of actual technology and to bring presence of the State in regions affected by the chain bombings or the Crusade and for policies that allow the defected members of the guerrillas and the Crusade to return to a civilian life, previous detailed intelligence for the Latin American Defense Initiative.

c. 2010 (2/11): U.S. Naval officials sentence Cadet Christopher Handley is sentenced to prison for 6 months for possession of "oaku/cosplay" materials in San Diego, California,...

c. 2010 (2/12): The remake of the 1985 song "We Are The World" for victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake debuts during the opening ceremonies of the 2010 Winter Olympics on NBC-TV.

c. 2010 (2/12-28): The XXIst Winter Olympics are held in Pyeongchang, Korea, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2010 (2/15): Internet activist Julian Assange leaks classified information about the World League of Freedom & Democracy (WLFD) over the Cybernet, sparking an international intelligence crisis...

c. 2010 (2/18): The charity single "We Are the World 25 for Haiti" debuted at #2 on Billboard Hot 100 singles chart with 267,000 digital downloads and debuted at #1 on Billboard Hot Digital Songs chart.

c. 2010 (2/24): The "Gosei Tenshi" cult, backed by the Luciferian Crusade begins operations in Tokyo, Japan, antagonizing the Super Science Team Ichi (a.k.a. Sūpāsaiensuchīmu Ichi (S.I)),...

c. 2010 (3/3): DC Presents (DC Comics) reveals that Theodore Roosevelt led the first active team of superheroes in the 1890s, in a storyline by Seth Grahame-Smith,...

c. 2010 (3/4): Edward E. "Doc" Gold begins assembling a team of explorers and adventurers from across the globe, after emerging from the jungle in Manaus, Brazil,....

c. 2010 (3/5): Colombian Police in alliance with the INTERPOL captures in Pereira (Risaralda department) Alias "Chiquito" and alias "Peinilla" 2 members of SKIN, a human-trafficking organization working with the Luciferian Crusade and the Yakuza, freeing 5 girls in the process, which were going to be sold as sex-slaves. "Chiquito" and "Peinilla" agreed to colaborate with Colombian justice in exchange for less years in prison.

c. 2010 (3/6-7): Global March for India's Missing Girls; March led by Nyna Pais-Caputi is launched in San Francisco, Melbourne, Kuwait, Delhi, Mumbai, Jamshedpur and Pondicherry, condemning the practice of female infanticide in India,....

c. 2010 (3/10): Chef Jamie Oliver launches a series of attacks on the culinary scene in Los Angeles, California, sparking international attention. Also on this day, CSI: L.A. starring William Forsythe, Eddie Cibrian, and Tom Amandes, makes its hit series debut,...

c. 2010 (3/18): Golf star Tiger Woods is scandalized after a VRS-tape of him with stripper Dita Von Teese is released on the Internet in Las Vegas, Nevada,...

c. 2010 (3/23): The National I.D. Act is passed by President Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) amidst concerns about the issue of national security, universal health care, gun control, and rising terrorism by the "Luciferian Crusade"; Also on this day, Fast food chain Chicky Cheeks files for bankruptcy citing rising health care costs, but primarily poultry shortages,...

c. 2010 (3/24): Representative Nick Lavesseur (R-NH) leads a rally in Nashua, New Hampshire, proclaiming that "otaku/cosplay" gangs are proof that "Two nukes weren't enough" regarding Japan, sparking international attention,...

c. 2010 (4/3): Nobumoto Industries announces the sale of cybernetic weapons systems for bounty hunters and private security firms in Tokyo, Japan,...

c. 2010 (4/6): British Tory MPs led by David Cameron call for a ban on anime/manga as a "Dangerous Cartoon" before Parliament in London, England,...

c. 2010(4/10): "Luciferian Crusade" agents assassinate Polish President Lech Kaczynski in Smolensk, fueling tensions with the Russian government,...

c. 2010 (4/14): Edward E."Doc" Gold launch a private war against the Luciferian Crusade, after the organization launches a genocidal attack against Akakor,...

c.2010: (4/23) "Luciferian Crusade" agent Zarein Ahmedzay acts as a suicide bomber during the rush hour subway commute in New York City, New York, killing 106 people in the process...

c. 2010 (5/1): Pvt. Bradley Manning, U.S. Army is accused of leaking classified information to the "Luciferian Crusade" in Minneapolis, Minnesota....

c. 2010 (5/12): supermarkets report "poultry runs" as chicken, duck, and other poultry products start shrinking in supply,....

c. 2010: Game of Thrones: The Movie released. A lot of critics panned it and GRRM hated it, it only won enough to pay for the expenses in the box office and plans for the sequel and an movie franchise was abandoned.

c. 2010 (5/16): Jay Jianoran took over his job as the new Music Director for the Alameda Hornettes but with Lead Singer and Captain Debbie Gee and Co-Captain and Alt. Lead Singer Nina Manno both Seniors hitted first place in the Jazz Competition ending the Flight Crew (Encinal High School's Vocal Drill Team under Captain Allie Villa) dominance in the Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championship as Debbie Gee sang a Debbie Deb song in a Jazz Routine to "When I Hear Music" while Nina Manno (Daughter of AHS Teacher Tony Manno) sang Cynthia's Change On Me in a Kick Routine. (Video Bonus how Debbie led the Class to turn the Tassels in the 2010 Alameda High Graduation)

c. 2010 (5/27): Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is forced to resign after revelations of affairs with underage prostitutes is exposed in Milan, Italy....

c. 2010 (5/28): South African government officials announce a nationwide ban on virtual reality (VR) citing them as a "moral disease" during a press conference in Johannesburg, South Africa,....

c. 2010 (5/29)-26 year-old Emily Thorne is named director of Global Justice in order to clean the organization up after being scandalized for its unethical means. The organization becomes a special-ops organization responsible for capturing LC agents.

c. 2010 (6/1): Australian government protests Japanese whaling efforts near the Pangaea Antarctica Tourism Site, during a press conference in Melbourne, Australia,....

c. 2010 (6/4): Colonel Oleg Khintsagov is under suspicion by the GRU as he was the officer in charge of the bunker when the nukes went missing...

c. 2009 (6/6) Nick Fury: Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Marvel Comics), it is revealed that Nick Fury is actually a life model decoy (LMD) droid which has gained sentience, thus explaining how he hasn't aged since WWII,..

c. 2010 (6/8): Philanthropist/adventurer Edward E. "Doc" Gold Jr. arrives in New York City, New York amidst much fanfare, after the death of his father Edward Gold Sr.,....

c. 2010 (6/11-7/11): FIFA World Cup is held in Tunis, Tunisia, sparking international attention and heavy security,....

c. 2010 (6/16): Eskrimadors action film starring Kerwin Go, further popularizes the Filipino martial arts in Hollywood, California,...

c. 2010 (6/18): In an effort to combat the threat of the Luciferian Crusade, Global Justice (GJ) launches an unmanned drone against Belgrade, Yugoslavia, sparking, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2010 (6/19): Katy Perry's "California Gurls" reaches the top of the US charts.

c. 2010 (6/21): Los Angeles, CA; New Orleans, LA and Chicago, IL become the first municipalities to require National I.D. for use on public transportation....

c. 2010 (6/27): Global Justice (GJ) agents are scandalized after the discovery of KGB operations in Hoboken, New Jersey and Yonkers, New York, sparking tensions between the United States and Soviet Union,...

c. 2010 (7/14): Edward E. "Doc" Gold battles a terrorist attack by a criminal calling himself "Tlaloc, God of Thunder and Lightning", blacking out much of the New York area,...

c. 2010 (7/17): Shogakukan mercenaries are hired by the U.S. government to sabotage Colombian presidential elections, fearing the rise of the regional power,...

c. 2010 (7/24): Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov praises the KGB moles of Global Justice as "national heroes" before the Politburo in Moscow,....

c. 2010 (7/26): Televangelist Benny Hinn is scandalized in Orlando, Florida, after revelations of an affair with fellow evangelist Paula White, sparking national attention,....

c. 2010 (8/5): MI6 Agent "Miss Fear", (e.g. historical records show that "Miss Fear" is a code name and not the actual name of the agent in question) emerges in London, England,...

c. 2010 (8/6): In Detroit, the Angels' Torii Hunter got ejected for arguing a strikeout. In a fit of rage, he threw a bag of balls on to the field. The next day, he was suspended four games.

c.2010 (8/7-12): SFM raids a SKIN illegal organ harvesting facility in Leticia (Amazonas Department) which planned to send organs worldwide. Meanwhile, President Mockus takes posession of the Presidential Band in an eccentric possesion ceremony which shows dummies of a stick and a carrot, anthropomorphic representations of his policy against the Crusade and the different outlaw forces.

c. 2010 (8/13): Norwegian "Ninjatroppen" special forces clash with Global Justice (GJ) agents in Oslo, Norway, fueling tensions against Emily Thorne,....

c. 2010 (8/18): Global Justice (GJ) agent Natalie Green is actually a Soviet KGB mole, Yulia Obrychski, sparking international tensions between the United States and Soviet Union,....

c. 2010 (8/23): Guardian Moon Saves the Galaxy is released by Nintendo, becoming a major bestseller for PC and VR systems,...

c. 2010 (8/25): DEA officials, in a press conference in Washington D.C., report the sale and distribution of "Trance" as a "virtual high"

c. 2010 (9/3): Mexican secret agent Roberto Maniquis (a.k.a. "Guerrero") exposes a conspiracy by the Luciferian Crusade in Austin, Texas, sparking international tensions between Mexico and the United States,...

c. 2010 (9/5): CMC Texas aired Live Coverage of the Miss Texas USA Pageant from Houston for the 2nd Year hosted by Mandy Jaye Jeffries and Crystle Stewart as 99 Girls Representing of the Texas as Ana Rodriguez representing Central Laredo won the Crown as Executive Producers Al & Gail Clark along with TV Director Nick Maston got another 80's Opening Number Song originally by the Pointer Sisters called "Jump For my Love" and is sung by 100 Girls that consists of all 99 Contestants including Rodriguez, Nicole Golyer and Kathryn Dunn in which she competed in the Miss Texas-America Pageant last year as well as Miss Texas USA 2010 Kelsey Moore.

c. 2010 (9/8): Central America, and Mexico sign the Treaty of Lima. CONDOR satellite detects unusual activity in Bogotá's outskirts. The Colombian Armed Forces were sent to investigate the area.

c. 2010 (9/12): Amidst concerns about pollution and contamination, the French government seals the Lascaux Cave Paintings in Lascaux, France,...

c. 2010 (9/18): Police officials report the spread of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs into neighboring San Mateo, California....

c. 2010 (9/20): SFM raids a building in the sector of Almacentro in Medellín, detecting a secret lab of the Crusade where they were doing chemical and biological weapons. President Mockus is surprised by the technological advances reached by the Crusade and vows to invest more in research and development to make better equipment, weapons and ultimately protection against this new menaces. Some homeless people were freed, but put in quarantine because of some strange symptoms associated with a strain of the New Pox that hasn't been discovered, sparking world concern...

c. 2010 (10/1): The unusual activity in Bogotá's outskirts was some sort of "training center" based in the ideals of the Luciferian Crusade. There, the Armed Forces found a million USD worth weapons and ammunition, and a log about some experiment called "Sangre Negra" (Black Blood). Some analysts link the events in Almacentro and the log found between the weapons. 30 people captured.

c. 2010 (10/17): Harley Morenstein emerges as the head of the culinary underworld in Montreal, Quebec, sparking international attention,...

c. 2010 (10/15): A defected column of the FARC tells the Government about "a nasty and monstrous experiment realized by agents of the Crusade in Colombia". The Ministry of Defense classifies the information immediately and sends the defectors under Witness Protection and temporal quarantine.

c. 2010 (10/20): President Mockus inaugurates the Selvatic Road Network (Red Selvática de Carreteras), which unites the selvatic departments of Colombia (Amazonas, Caquetá, Putumayo, Vaupés and Guaviare) with the rest of the country and Tabatinga in Brazil. Meanwhile, Bogotá's Mayor Gustavo Petro abolishes the bullfighting events within the city's limits. Bullfighting riots start, rioters attack the Palacio Liévano and the Transmilenio bus network.

c. 2010(11/1): The San Francisco Seals won the 2010 World Series as they defeated the American League Champion Omaha Capitols led by Ryan Howard in Game 5 by a Final Score of 3-1, The Game saw a Rematch of Game 1 Between Former Cy Young Winners Cliff Lee (Omaha) and Tim Lincecum (San Francisco). Also on this day, Led Zeppelin announces its intentions of playing to close the 2014 edition of the Concierto de Conciertos (OTL Rock al Parque: www.rockalparque.gov.co)

c. 2010 (11/5): Member Miguel Gómez (Conservative) from the Chamber of Representatives files an impeachment for President Mockus and Mayor Petro because their policies don't bring swift results against the Crusade. Meanwhile, more members of the FARC are defecting. The Secretariat agrees to meet with President Mockus at a neutral location to start a peace agreement and the opportunity to create a new political party.

c. 2010 (11/8): Armenian nationalists are captured by Spetsnaz guerillas, attempting to sell nuclear weapons material to "Luciferian Crusade" forces in Yerevan, Armenia SSR,...

c. 2010 (11/9): Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox leaders throughout Europe claim to see the Virgin Mary in a "Marian Apparition", sparking international attention,....

c. 2010 (11/20): OCESA Colombia plans to bring Michelle Santos for a concert.

c. 2010 (11/21): Alexis Swanstrom did sing realize as One of the Commercial Outros in the 2011 Miss California Teen USA Pageant which aired on the California Music Channel, Swanstrom would later went on to win the Pageant.

c. 2010 (11/24): Christina Aguilera made her theatrical film and musical debut as the lead character Ali Rose in Burlesque. Co-starring Cher and directed by Steven Antin, the film went on to gross over 90 million worldwide and earn Aguilera a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song.

c. 2010 (11/25): Two FARC's defectors killed by the strange disease known as the Black Blood. Luciferian agents claim responsibility for this act.

c. 2010 (12/7): Robert Boyce proclaims that he has been poisoned by radioactive materials from the Soviet government, during a press conference in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia,....

c. 2010 (12/8): Reports show that the True Light Ministries is investing heavily in Uruguay for its conversion efforts,....

c. 2010 (12/24): In a hastily done news report, the Secretariat of the FARC announces an official surrender. Chiefs of state in all world praise President Mockus, which says: "In this day, at the eve of Christmas, Colombia will start a bright new era." Representative Miguel Gómez says that the surrendering was staged.

c. 2011: Italian researchers Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi, University of Bologna announce the creation of the next-generation in muon-catalyzed fusion (uCF), sparking international attention...

c. 2011: Despera anime film by Chiaki J. Konaka, directed by Ryutaro Nakamura makes its hit debut...

c. 2011: Actress Lindsay Lohan dies of a heart attack in Beverly Hills, California amidst rumors of drug complications....

c. 2011 (1/3): Ecuadorian President Felipe Mantilla announces that his government will start a "purge from within", to clean his offices of any personnel with links to the Luciferian Crusade, after a chain bombing in Quito and Guayaquil, similar in operation to the chain bombings that happened in Colombia.

c. 2011 (1/4): Civil rights attorney Doug Chan (D-CA) is appointed by Gavin Newsom (D-CA) as Mayor of San Francisco, California, becoming the first Asian-American mayor in the city's history,....

c. 2011 (1/5): Chain bombings in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Belo Horizonte (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Caracas (Venezuela), Asunción (Paraguay) and Santiago (Chile). The Luciferian Crusade claims responsibility, sparking international concern...

c. 2011 (1/7): Police launch a massive crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Los Angeles, California, sparking accusations of "police brutality". Also on this day, U.S. military officials clash with Shogakukan mercenaries in La Paz, Bolivia over an attempt to monitor the ALBA alliance,....

c. 2011 (1/9): The Crowning Song for the 2011 Miss California USA Pageant which is originally by Boyz II Men which is "On Bended Knee" sung by the 2011 Miss California USA Girls with solos by Jade Aganus and Kaitlyn Le hitted #1 for the First Time knocking out the theme song to Disney's Shake It Up by Selena Gomez in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Countdown.

c. 2011 (1/10): In a secret meeting, the countries that signed the Treaty of Lima agree that "they need a new ally in the United States". Meanwhile, Colombia offers the services of INDUMIL to the signing countries to improve their technology.

c. 2011(1/11): Kristin Shellhammer took over as the New Coach for the Alameda Hornettes Vocal Drill TeamTrevor Hoffman, the all-time saves leader (601), announces his retirement. San Diego Padres P Trevor Hoffman retired from Baseball after leading baseball's career in saves

c. 2011 (1/14): Communist authorities launch a brutal crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Budapest, Hungary, with claims of "counter-revolutionary" behavior....

c. 2011 (1/16): After Jade Aganus sang one more song in the 2011 Miss California USA Pageant along with Kaitlyn Le with "On Bended Knee" after Alyssa Campanella being crowned as the Miss California USA, Jade Aganus made her first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start at Riverside International Raceway for the Running of the Magic Mountain 500 but Porscha Coleman got her 1st NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Road Course Win in Her Career driving the #42 CurbWest Records Chevrolet.

c. 2011 (1/24): Metropolitan Police launch a massive crackdown on "cosplay gangs" in London, England, sparking debate on civil liberties nationwide,....

c. 2011 (2/1): Irish officials expel a delegation of Soviet officials after reports of KGB espionage in Dublin, Ireland,....

c. 2011 (2/2): The Oregon Trail film is released, starring Ian McShane, Powers Boothe, Keith Carradine, and Brad Dourif...

c. 2011 (2/10): Anonymous LatAm announces that there is a thick Luciferian Crusade network infiltrated in the Latin American countries. Three weeks later, three cyber activists (Robbie Macrory, Jessica Weiss, and Paula Ramón) are killed in Montevideo (Uruguay), another three in Valparaíso (Chile) and finally another three in Rosario (Argentina). Detectives note the trend of three, and link this crime to the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2011 (2/11): Super Bowl Disaster; "Luciferian Crusade" forces detonate a nuclear weapon at the Super Bowl between the New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas; killing c. 2,226,114 people according to WHO/CDC officials, sparking civil unrest and panic nationwide. Also on this day, Televangelist Benny Hinn files for bankruptcy, after his television ministry is cancelled over alleged violation of his "morality clause" of his contract in Orlando, Florida,....

c. 2011 (2/12): Three more deaths by the Black Blood disease, two in Bogotá and one in Medellín. Colombian Ministry of Health starts periodic quarantines in the main cities.

c. 2011 (2/15): President Mockus announces that the Ministry of Health in an alliance with the Colombian Institute of Immunology, directed by Dr. Manuel Elkin Patarroyo will resequence the Black Blood disease agent and bring a vaccine.

c. 2011 (2/17): Followers of General Susilo Bambang Kerbau launch a failed attempt to disrupt the online gaming in Manila, Philippines, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2011 (2/21): South Korean Global Justice (GJ) agent Jung Seung-won is arrested while in Belgrade, Yugoslavia,...

c. 2011 (2/24): U.S. Justice Department launches a crackdown on the threat of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Washington D.C., citing them as a source of increased criminal behavior,...

c. 2011 (3/1): A cell of the Luciferian Crusade takes the facilities of RCN Televisión (a Colombian private channel) and broadcasts a video-communique where they not only claim responsibility about the Black Blood virus, but also make threats against the Government of Colombia and the Colombian Institute of Immunology if they find the vaccine. Dr. Patarroyo says after watching that: "Es un virus... ¡¡Es un virus!! ¡A trabajar muchachos! (transl: "It's a virus... It's a virus!! Let's get to work guys!") which becomes sort of a battle-cry against the Crusade. President Mockus inaugurates an hospital which is planned to serve the population of the department of Chocó...

c. 2011 (3/6): Celebrity Sean Penn shocks the entertainment community by espousing the idea that Monsanto created the avian influenza in order to destroy Asia,....

c. 2011 (3/7): Green Party politician and activist Ralph Nader is found dead in an alleyway in New York City, New York sparking national attention....

c. 2011 (3/9): Edward E. "Doc" Gold foils a plot by the Luciferian Crusade to trigger a nuclear war with a nuclear device in Mecca, Holy Republic of Arabia,....

c. 2011 (3/18): 2011: It is announced that the Baseball Hall of Fame honors ″Talkin' Baseball″ composer and singer Terry Cashman this summer as part of induction weekend, 30 years after his song that pays homage to Willie Mays, Mickey Mantle and Duke Snider becomes a ballpark favorite. The 69-year-old Cashman performs his ballpark anthem once again during ceremonies on July 23, the day before Roberto Alomar, Bert Blyleven and Pat Gillick are inducted.

c. 2011 (3/20): Various posters in the way of the British "Keep Calm" posters help the Colombians to keep working. Nobody claims responsibility of that posters, but Mayors of Bogotá, Medellín and Cali thank whoever put them.

c. 2011 (3/29): President Mockus inaugurates another hospital in Mitú (Vaupés Department). Meanwhile, President of Venezuela says in a speech on live television that the Treaty of Lima "is causing more trouble than what they try to solve, and that Latin America needs a stronger integration".

c. 2011 (3/31): San Francisco Seals fan Bryan Stow is beaten in the Dodger Stadium parking lot by two men in Los Angeles Dodgers gear after the Dodgers defeat the Seals 2-1 in the season opener. Stow is left with brain damage, prompting an outpouring of support for the victim that includes rewards totaling more than $200,000 for information leading to the suspects' arrests.

c. 2011 (4/3): INTERPOL reports "Tesla's Secret" scam being used over the Internet, based in Sarajevo, sparking international tensions,....

c. 2011 (4/4): The Connecticut Huskies defeated the Butler Bulldogs 53-41 to capture the NCAA College Basketball title at Reliant Stadium in Houston, TX as Connecticut Completed a Season-Ending 11 Game Win Streak That Began with the Big East Tournament.

c. 2011 (4/6): Actor Jackie Chan dies from complications related to H1N1 influenza, in a equally shocking development, it is learned that the actor has donated $56.1 million to the WHO/CDC relief efforts regarding the disease....

c. 2011 (4/10): Venezuela creates the ALBA (Alternativa Bolivariana para las Américas -Bolivarian Alternative for the Americas-) Nicaragua retires from the Treaty of Lima and signs the ALBA, Bolivia sign both treaties.

c. 2011 (4/13): Edward E. "Doc" Gold uncovers a cell of the Luciferian Crusade in Cairo, Egypt, using illegal technology and weapons,...

c. 2011 (4/26): Colombian Senate approves the use of marijuana for medical purposes in the Hemp Law, causing the "God Riots", in which fundamentalist Catholics attack various government institutions. The Catholic Church in Colombia disapproves both the Hemp Law and the Riots. 3 people captured; Also on this day, Balwanth Siddique launches an exclusive bodyguard service in Paitala, India, as a service for the reconstruction efforts,...

c. 2011 (4/29): Prince William of Wales marries Carly Massy-Birch after the Wedding William becomes Prince William, Duke of Cambridge...

c. 2011 (5/1): The 2011 Golden State Drill Team Championships were held as the Jazz Competition held down to the Wire with 2 One Vo1ce Cover Songs finished in a 1-2 Victory as "Always On My Mind" by the Alameda Hornettes won under lead singer Arielle Siem but with "All Day All Night" by the Carlsbad Lancerettes they finished 2nd under Lead Singer Lani Yamanaka and for paying the Penalty they will have the right to use this year's song for Next Year. Also on this day, In a group speech for International Labor Day, the different Presidents of the countries that signed the Treaty of Lima say that the goal of the Treaty is a Latin American integration, which implies that the mentioned countries need "more workforce and ideas than ever". Meanwhile, Uruguay and Brazil detect Nicaraguan mole agents.

c. 2011 (5/4): INTERPOL officials report that organized crime syndicates have moved much of their operations online during a press conference in Amsterdam, Netherlands....

c. 2011 (5/5): Celebrations for the Cinco de Mayo in Mexico end in riots. 5 people captured. It's implied that the riots were instigated by fundamentalist Catholics regards the visit of President Mockus of Colombia. Both presidents Mockus and Quadri imply to strengthen the relationships between both countries and to inject more trust in the good faith of the Treaty of Lima.

c. 2011 (5/11): Communist officials launch a crackdown on "cosplay gangs" in Tanvald, Czechoslovakia, sparking international attention,...

c. 2011 (5/14): Transhumanists clash with police in New York City, New York at Parsons School for Design, sparking media concern over the rising subculture; Also on this day, Global Justice (GJ) launch unmanned drone attacks against Luciferian Crusade members in Sumatra, Indonesia, in a classified mission,...

c. 2011 (5/20): 3 more victims of the Black Blood disease in the frontier between Colombia and Ecuador. Ministries of Health in both countries exchange information and establish border quarantines to avoid the disease to spread.

c. 2011 (5/25): Scotty McCreery wins the tenth-season competition of American Idol, becoming the second country music-focused artist (behind Carrie Underwood) to win. Runner-up Lauren Alaina is also rooted in country music. Days later, both sign lucrative contracts with Mercury Nashville Records. Also on this day, Scandal erupts as a VRS-tape of actress Rebecca Gayheart is uploaded onto the Internet in Los Angeles, California,...

c. 2011 (6/1): The Colombian thrash metal band Ekhymosis sign with Nuclear Blast Records. Ethereal (a goth metal band, also from Colombia) obtains a Latin American record, which allows them to be known in the North American metal scene, with praises from European critics. Also on this day, Wired magazine writer Adrian Chen uncovers "the Silk Road", a covert website for illegal transactions created by the Luciferian Crusade,...

c. 2011 (6/3): An amnesiac woman is found wandering the streets of Bloomington, Indiana, with no memory or identification, sparking national search effort to determine her identity,....

c. 2011 (6/4): The Luciferian Crusade starts a series of attacks in the main cities. Special Forces Mongoose answers with counter attacks to known nodes of the Crusade. A Nicaraguan mole agent, Julien Benda is captured, raising the suspicion among the Treaty's signing countries.

c. 2011 (6/6): President Joseph Lieberman authorizes "Cybercomm" operations to observe and attack "Deep Web/Hidden Net" sites during a briefing in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2011 (6/10): Anonymous Nicaragua leak some documents regarding the relationship of some high members of the government with the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2011 (6/18): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Sacramento, California, sparking calls for a stricter laws regarding youth.....

c. 2011 (6/19): Rosary Pom Squad's Rendition of "Do You Miss Me" fell down to #3 after spending 7 weeks at #1 as "E.T." by Katy Perry took over the #1 Charts This Week in the Vocal Drill Radio Top 40 Countdown.

c. 2011 (6/20): The Treaty of Lima summon a special meeting of Presidents. Meanwhile, there are three more dead by the Black Blood.

c. 2011 (6/21): Reverend Danny Nallian calls for the expulsion of Chinese, Indian and Pakistani refugees, citing the as "threats to Australia's future" in Sydney, Australia,..

c. 2011 (6/24): Chef Jamie Oliver is killed by police in Los Angeles, California, after attempting to instigate a "culinary revolution"....

c. 2011 (6/25): Colonel Oleg Khintsagov manages to escape from the KGB and GRU...

c. 2011 (6/27): Soviet Spetsnaz forces capture "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas attempt to steal nuclear material from Chisinau, Moldova SSR, sparking concerns about the nuclear safety of the Soviet state....

c. 2011 (6/28): Los Angeles, California Attack; a Colombian freighter carrying a nuclear warhead by the "Luciferian Crusade" detonates in the Port of Los Angeles, California, fueling panic and civil unrest across the Western United States as WHO/CDC officials report c. 1,896,809 people killed. FEMA officials report being immediately overwhelmed. Earlier that day In a Interleague Baseball Game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim, The Los Angeles Angels defeated the Memphis Chicks 11-5 as Erick Aybar got his 5th Home Run of the Season.

c. 2011 (6/29): Actor Dean Cain emerges as a hero, after helping victims of the Los Angeles Disaster, sparking international attention. Film crews from CSI: L.A. shut down production in order to help victims of the Los Angeles Disaster, sparking national attention,....

c. 2011 (6/30): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Manama, Bahrain, sparking calls for martial law and spreading tensions in the Middle East,...

c. 2011 (7/1): Medical officials in Saint Petersburg, Florida report a case of "spontaneous human combustion", sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2011 (7/4): Film production crew of Julia Roberts helps provide food and shelter for victims of the Los Angeles Disaster, transforming one studio into a impromptu shelter in Studio City, California; Also on this day, A commando group of the Luciferian Crusade invades the American Embassy in Colombia and tries to spoil the 4th of July celebrations. Special Forces Mongoose disable the attacks with an unveiled technology that "attract" the bullets. This is the first public reference to the Special Forces Mongoose, until now a secret.

c. 2011 (7/8): Deutsches Heer officials establish Bundshammer (Federal Hammer, hope it's appropriate.) at Koblenz, Germany, in an effort to combat the "Luciferian Crusade", sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2011 (7/15): President Mockus and the Minister of Defense of Colombia recognize in public the existance of the Special Forces Mongoose. Newspapers around the world talk about Colombia's secret weapon. President Mockus just say: "Excuse me. That is OUR stick, not only Colombia's. Every country signing the Treaty of Lima can train with our counsel its own special corps."

c. 2011 (7/28): Representative Lamar S. Smith (R-TX) launches the "Protect Our Children" campaign in San Antonio, Texas, calling for for a crackdown on "otaku/cosplay" gangs nationwide,...

c. 2011 (8/4): Luciferian agents raid Bogotá from the air, combining carpet bombing and parachutes. Between the aeroplanes coming and the inland defense, there are 300 dead in both sides. The Battle of Bogotá would endure for 3 weeks. The Congress and Government were moved to Rionegro, Antioquia department. Also on this day, in a speech before the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), presidential candidate Mitt Romney condemns proposed legislation for LGBT persons on VRS sites as a "slippery moral slope"....

c. 2011 (8/7): In Rionegro President Mockus gives a mourning address comparing the Battle of Bogotá with the Battle of Boyacá, as a sign of a new time for Colombia and the nearing of the main goal which is the destruction of the Luciferian Crusade, "once and for all"

c. 2011 (8/9): Chinese Hyperinflation; with spiralling international debts, depressed work force due to the plague, and a tight command economy, the Chinese yuan suffers from hyper-inflation similar to the Weimar-era Deutschmark,...

c. 2011 (8/10): Edward E. "Doc" Gold uncovers a plot in Tunguska, by the Luciferian Crusade, aimed at resurrecting Ghengis Khan (a.k.a. Temujin)...

c. 2011 (8/12): Special Forces Mongoose raids some Luciferian bases in the Amazon region, there they discover some papers regarding the Black Blood.

c. 2011 (8/20): Special Forces Mongoose receives praises from the public. Colombian animation studio Conexión Creativa announces two productions: one regarding the Liberation Campaign (the Independence of Colombia) and another about the Special Forces Mongoose fighting the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2011 (8/30): Mouse Davis Football 2012 is released from EA Sports with RB Peyton Hillis of the Atlanta Rebels who is in the Cover.

c. 2011 (9/2): Singer Beyone performs "God Bless America" in New York City, New York, becoming a national hit,....

c. 2011 (9/4): With 123 Girls singing the Opening Number to the 2012 Miss Texas USA Pageant titled "We Got The Beat" as the Pageant aired here on CMC Texas, Brittany Booker won the Title however in the Opening Number of That Pageant Booker representing Houston is Wearing a Black Long Sleeved Leotard with the Miss Texas USA Logo along with 122 Other Contestants wearing Long Sleeved Colorful Leotards with the Miss Texas USA Logo emblazoned on that Leotard. Also on this day, Special Forces Mongoose hijack a rogue network which contained information about weak points in Colombian military bases. They relate this documents with the Black Blood information.

c. 2011 (9/6): With Bogotá being reconstructed, the Government and Congress of Colombia moves back to the city. Some of the damages done by the Crusade are classified as "unrepairable", because of the historic quarter (La Candelaria) being near to destroyed, due to the Government locations. President Mockus chooses to wear a special issued Presidential Band with a black stripe in the yellow side of Colombia's Flag in comemoration of all the victims.

c. 2011 (9/9): Police officials report the rise of "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in New Delhi, India, sparking calls for a crackdown on the "criminal element"....

c. 2011 (9/10): Various actors and actresses collaborate in the reconstruction efforts. Meanwhile, in the Immunology Institute, Dr. Patarroyo reveals the first positive results of a vaccine against the Black Blood strain of the H1N1 virus.

c. 2011 (9/15): Bogotá, being reconstructed, has the first Peace and Friendship Parade, in the celebrations of Love and Friendship Day, as a sign that everything is getting better.

c. 2011 (9/17): With Katy Perry's fifth single from Teenage Dream, "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)", she completed 69 consecutive weeks inside the top ten, more than any artist in history.

c.2011 (9/24): "Lovecraft Machine" album by Venezuelan Cthuluhupunk musician Zardonic makes its hit debut, with the single "Cthulhu", sparking international attention,....

c. 2011 (9/30): Senator Ted Cruz (R-FL) survives an assassination attempt in Miami, Florida after investigating Operation SANTA CLAUS and its links to Global Justice,...

c. 2011 (10/11): Japanese officials announce the continuance of whaling at the Pangaea Antarctica Tourism Site, despite international pressure and protests in Tokyo, Japan,....

c. 2011 (10/13): INTERPOL and WLDF forces launch a crackdown on "Ascension" barons in Mexico, Colombia and Ecuador....

c. 2011 (10/15): Gulf of Mexico Disaster; Tensions between the United States and Mexico increase amidst an algal bloom infecting the entire Gulf of Mexico, sparking international attention,...

c. 2011 (10/18): President Mockus reveals the Project Unfading Glory, stating that the Special Forces Mongoose have been revealed for not only greater glory of Colombia but of the world. Meanwhile, President of Nicaragua Fabio Gadea Mantilla start an invasion of the Archipelago of San Andrés.

c. 2011 (10/22): Large multidenominational crowds in Alexandria, Egypt claim to see the Virgin Mary in a "Marian Apparition", sparking international attention,....

c. 2011 (11/4): The vaccine tested by Dr. Patarroyo results positive in humans, but too expensive (http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/vaccinati...ion_qa_pub.htm )needing a collaboration effort with international institutions.

c. 2011 (11/6): Colombia starts its stand against the Invasion of San Andrés. The Navy deploys the ARC Caldas, ARC Providencia and ARC Júbilo to San Andrés shores.

c. 2011 (11/8) Mountaineers in Menlung, Nepal report seeing the Yeti, sparking international attention across the Internet,....

c. 2011 (11/9): A Treaty of Lima's commission, led by President Mockus go to Managua to expect an answer from the Nicaraguan President.

c. 2011 (11/11): Scientists from the University of California at Davis announce they have made a chickenasaurous. This is made by inject a chicken embryo with dinosaur DNA...

c. 2011 (11/12): Luciferian Crusade's agents kidnap the Treaty's comission in a hotel in Managua. Meanwhile, Anonymous LatAm hacks the Luciferian Crusade servers to leak information about the complete infiltration of the Nicaraguan government by the Crusade.

c. 2011 (11/15): FARC guerillas in Colombia begin the sale of nuclear materials to the "Luciferian Crusade" through Venezuela....

c. 2011 (11/19): Communist officials launch a brutal crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs nationwide, starting in Moscow, sparking international condemnation,....

c. 2011 (11/20): Eight days later, the Presidents still being kidnapped. VP Fajardo from Colombia starts a special recon mission to deploy the SFM (Special Forces Mongoose)

c. 2011 (11/22): After Jimmie Johnson winning his 5th Sprint Cup Title, Ex-Carlsbad Lancerette Shelby Meddock celebrated her birthday by writing and performed a song in tribute to the 5-Time Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson the song is titled "The 48 Boy" which is also the official fight song for the #48 Team for Hendrick Motorsports and is played by the team and crew before every race in which she recorded for Curb Records (later Gault-Curb Records).

c. 2011 (11/23): Chinese Peoples' Liberation Army (PLA) launches a brutal crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Beijing, China as "counter-revolutionary".....

c. 2011 (11/24): Anonymous Colombia reveal that the representative Miguel Gómez (Conservative, Bogotá) is an mole-agent of the Luciferian Crusade. Gómez escapes to Managua once has been discovered, being protected by members of COBRA, an armed branch of the Crusade, never seen or heard in Colombia before.

c. 2011 (11/30): Interpol issues a capture order for Miguel Gómez, now exiled in Nicaragua. The SFM, under orders of VP Fajardo starts the operation Doble Jaque (Double Check), to free the presidential comission and dispatch the Luciferian operatives.

c. 2011 (12/24): President Mockus gives a speech in national television informing that Colombia is going to run for the election to host the FIFA World Cup in 2014, and hopes the madness of the Luciferian Crusade to end before that.

c. 2012: In Election (Marvel Comics) a controversial move Norman Osborn is elected President of the United States, Wilson Fisk is named his Chief Advisor

c. 2012 (1/1): "Welcome to 2012!" these are the words of Karel Mirado, a scientist which resides between Norway and Colombia, and offers in the New Year's Eve some of his inventions for the Treaty of Lima's supporting governments. Mirado's motives remain a mystery, but President Rousseff, of Brazil (which holds the Treaty's presidency now) greet every technological step to thwart the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2012 (1/6): Thomas Valone is accused of inciting acts of "technological terrorism" in an effort to blackmail countries into supporting the technocratic state of Yugoslavia,....

c. 2012 (1/9): International tensions mount after defector Zeljko Mihajlovic reveals that Yugoslavian scientists have developed ICBM capability, to agents in London, sparking tensions throughout the region,....

c. 2012 (1/10): Lucía Martínez in Asunción, Paraguay assures that he had seen the face of the Virgin Mary in a leaf. Lots of believers come to see the miracle.

c. 2012 (1/15): Miguel Gómez, former Colombian representative gets the INTERPOL red circular for plotting against the nations of Colombia and Nicaragua.

c. 2012 (1/16): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Al-Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, proclaim the creation of "Otaku Island", spreading tensions in the Middle East,...

c. 2012 (1/20): FIFA's president Joseph Blatter says in a globally televised speech that Colombia, Brazil and South Africa will compete to be the host country for the World Cup 2014

c. 2012 (1/31): The Apartadó Seizures affect ten more people. Dr. Llinás states in a top secret meeting that the television signals are being altered by patterns that induce seizures. President Mockus order a crackdown in every televised station and secretly informs every president signing the Treaty of Lima of this research.

c. 2012 (2/5): President Dilma Rouseff, from Brazil, inaugurates the Center for Advanced Weapon Development, in association with the Mirado Corporation, based in Norway, to help the region "to fight against the Crusade in every branch of technology and science as possible."

c. 2012 (2/8): The Houston Rockets defeated the St. Louis Spirit 103-96 as Chase Budinger scored 22 Points for the Rockets in this NBA Game.

c. 2012 (2/10): The Treaty of Lima's leaders had a meeting in Brasilia to unify formally the ALBA initiative with the Treaty and give a formal entity to South America. The new ALBA (spanish for "dawn") initiative will work in 3 phases: first phase will deal with basic problems of poorer countries, second phase will strengthen the military and financial relationships, and by 2020 the third phase will conform a new political entity representing all of South America or even Latin America.

c. 2012 (2/13): Governor Shintaro Ishihara launches a nationwide campaign to ban anime/manga materials nationwide, in an effort to break "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs, sparking international attention,...

c. 2012 (2/17): Singer Selena Gomez releases the hit single "Out of the Flames", dedicated to the victims of the Los Angeles Disaster, sparking international attention,....

c. 2012 (2/23): Communist forces launch a brutal crackdown on "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Gdansk, Poland....

c. 2012 (2/29): Transhumanist Ray Kurzweil proclaims the rise of a "New Humanity" during a rally in Moscow, Russia, sparking international attention and concern; Also on this day, CIA agent William McField-Bent is arrested by Nicaraguan military forces, on charges of espionage and "counter-revolutionary actions"....

c. 2012 (3/7): Colombia deals an agreement with the Mirado Corporation to open a Science Team, the first in Latin America. President Mockus calls it "Team BLAST", which means Bureau of Logistics, Assault, Stealth and Tactics. "The Science Team BLAST hopes to be the right hand of the Special Forces Mongoose, and to excel in the development of very high technology, of the likes that Colombia never hoped to see, lest to develop." Karel Mirado, CEO of Mirado Corporation agrees to "not only serve to world peace but for the greater good that is the mankind uniting their bodies, minds and souls to defeat the enemy".

c. 2012 (3/23): Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Manama, Bahrain, sparking calls for martial law and spreading tensions in the Middle East; Also on this day, Police officials led by Lieutenant Iko Taslim launch a massive raid against the Luciferian Crusade in Jakarta, Indonesia,....

c. 2012 (3/26): Cells of the Luciferian Crusade depose the current President and convert Nicaragua in a satellite state for the Crusade's activities in Latin America. The new Nicaraguan Head of State Jelena Petrovic says that with the technological power that offers the Republic of Yugoslavia to its allies, Latin America will be theirs again.

c. 2012 (3/29): Police officials launch a massive crackdown on "cosplay gangs" in Vancouver, British Columbia, with the city proclaimed a "mecca" for the "cosplay gangs". Also on this day, Chilean officials open Easter Island for archaeological study in Valparaiso, Chile, sparking international attention,...

c. 2012 (4/1): The Cobra Poraos of Brazil engage in combat with Luciferian Crusade's cells in Manaos. 2 wounded and 3 captured by the Brazilian Special Forces.

c. 2012 (4/2): The Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Kansas Jayhawks 67-59 to capture the NCAA College Basketball Title at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA as Doron Lamb scored 22 Points for the Wildcats. Also on this day, U.S. military officials report that Soviet SA-7 missiles are being given to the "Luciferian Crusade" at Managua, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2012 (4/5): A series of bombs rip through the University of Southern California at 12:00 AM at noon killing 155 students and staff members in Los Angeles, California, it is traced back to members of the Luciferian Crusade, sparking international attention...

c. 2012 (4/6): Natahlia Ramos, a actress who studies at the University of Southern California (USC) retracts her statement that she will be leaving the show House of Anubis to focus on college. Instead she returns to the show in it's third season. The show has been described as "Egyptian Mythology meets X-Files and High School Drama in a modern setting". She will reprise the role of her character, who is the lead role on the show, and says that her decision to not go back to college for that year was due to fear of her life in light of the recent tragic events at USC.

c. 2012 (4/8): The Bellaire Belles under lead vocalist Anna Hiran won the 2012 Lone Star Vocal Drill Team Championship in which the Belles sang "Heavy Cross (orig. by The Gossip) in the Jazz Competition

c. 2012 (4/18): Near Lake Mille Lacs, Minnesota, USA an ATF bust leads to the largest shipment of illegal weapons, from handguns to rocket launchers, and illegal animals, like tigers, and other animals not allowed in the US...

c. 2012 (4/22): On Arrested Development (FOX-TV) Byron "Buster" Bluth (Tony Hale) sparks a national scandal after sleeping with an aide to the U.S. Vice-President,....

c. 2012 (4/26): The Special Forces Mongoose agents in Managua start to gather information about Petrovic and her moves in Nicaragua. They gather also intelligence about former President Gadea which is missing.

c. 2012 (5/1): The Team BLAST has as its first mission to extract the Special Forces Mongoose members that got trapped in Managua. They have three weeks to assemble.

c. 2012 (5/2): At Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Jered Weaver of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim no-hits the San Diego Gauchos 9–0 in a Cross League Match between an MLB Team vs. Pacific Baseball League. Weaver strikes out nine and allows only two baserunners: Chris Parmelee, who strikes out in the second inning but reaches on a passed ball, and Josh Willingham, who walks in the seventh. The no-hitter is the first against the Gauchos since Yankees P David Wells' perfect game in 1998 at Yankee Stadium in New York.

c. 2012 (5/6): The 2012 Golden State Drill Team Championships took place as the Hornettes-Lancerettes Battle continued this time with Hornettes sticking with what the Lancerettes chose from Last Year (All Day All Night) with new Lead Singer Holly Staten while the Lancerettes went with "Here I Go (Falling In Love Again)" with new Lead Singer Camille Posard however the Hornettes won again but the Hip-Hop Competition took place with the Hornettes going with "Try Again" with Lead Singing by Isabelle Lino while the Lancerettes went with "When U Think About Me" with Posard on Lead Singer, Carlsbad won but the Hornettes came in 3rd forcing Fremont High School's Featherettes from Sunnyvale, CA to Finish 2nd, However the High Kick Competition occured as the Hornettes went with Kai's "Say You'll Stay" with Holly Staten on Vocals but finished 6th to the Homestead Equestriettes from Cupertino, CA with Sarah Healy singing to "If You Buy This Record" originally by The Tamperer, as for the Carlsbad Lancerettes they finished 3rd place with a Duet by Posard and Next Year's Captain Katie Park singing Rockell's "When I'm Gone". Also on this day,The Yamanakas were founded by Kaci Yamanaka with New Group Members consisting of Sisters Lani Yamanaka (former Carlsbad Lancerette), Juli Yamanaka (of ABDC's Kaba Modern) and Brother Bret Yamanaka in which they should work on their First Album.

c. 2012 (5/11): Cosplaygirl film directed by Simon Pegg, starring Ami Ferreira makes its hit debut...

c. 2012 (5/20): Team BLAST extracts successfully the SFM units in Managua. Colombia unveils the Mantarraya (Manta Ray) a boat with ground-to-air/ground-to-ground defenses and nanotech painting which allows an "invisible" look.

c. 2012 (5/22): Soviet spiritual advisor Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop proclaims that at least "80% of the human race is insane" during a rally in Krasnoyarsk, sparking international controversy,....

c. 2012 (5/28): Police officials report a culinary underworld rise of Grace Lee, backed secretly by celebrities and politicians in Manila, Philippines,...

c. 2012 (5/29): Angelique Mahan (D-CA) of San Francisco, California is appointed Lieutenant-Governor, after Gavin Newsom resigns from the office in Sacramento, California. Mahan, the first African-American and openly LGBT person in the post, promises to bring concensus building to the office...

c. 2012 (5/30): President Mockus presents to the Latin American Heads of State the Team BLAST and the people behind its technology in a top-secret meeting: Dr. Raúl Cuero, nanotech expert; Dr. Rodolfo Llinás, neuroscientist, Dr. Manuel Elkin Patarroyo, immunology expert and Dr. Karel Mirado, expert in heavy machines. "They are the core of the Team BLAST, and officially part of the Unfading Glory project".

c. 2012 (5/31): Chef Mario Batali loses temper on television, claiming that "Real Chicky" tastes "more like @$% than anything resembling meat...." while on the Today Show (NBC-TV)

c. 2012 (6/6): Actor Jim Carrey marries Jenny McCarthy in a ceremony in Las Vegas, Nevada, sparking international attention,...

c. 2012 (6/6-7): WHO/CDC officials meet in Beijing, China in an effort to best coordinate humanitarian aid relief efforts for the region,....

c. 2012 (6/8): Cells of the Luciferian Crusade attack various cities in Latin America. Meanwhile, intelligence agents uncover a Luciferian Crusade mole training center in Santa Cruz, Bolivia.

c. 2012 (6/10): Louise Wu's rendition of Corina's "Summertime Summertime" with Korrina Rico and Jade Aganus from the 2010 Miss California USA Pageant became the theme to the NASCAR Summer Series on TNT starting with the Pocono 400 presented by #NASCAR at Pocono Raceway in a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race.

c. 2012 (6/15): In the wake of the New Cold War, Vice-Chairman Martin Algarra establishes connections with the organization known as Global Justice to open a branch in Latin America because "the methods are not extreme enough to deal with the Crusade, and Nicaragua is a sample of this fact"

c. 2012 (6/27): Students of the Faculty of Fine Arts in the National University of Colombia and the Los Andes University offer themselves to restore and open a second wing in the Heroes Monument (Monumento Los Héroes OTL in Bogotá, more info here in Spanish: http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monumen..._(Bogot%C3%A1)) dedicated to the fight against the Luciferian Crusade and the veterans of the Defense of San Andrés

c. 2012 (6/30): The Los Angeles Rams decided to stay in the NFL Premier League after Starting QB Sam Bradford led the Rams by scoring 5 Touchdowns (including 3 Passing to Anthony Zidek in a 42-14 win over the PCFL's Vallejo Thundercats at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA. Also on this day, Lookin' For Love romantic comedy starring Ashley Lane makes its hit debut,...

c. 2012 (7/9): ESPN2 aired another Ride Awake Speedrush set to the Lancerettes When I'm Gone as Denny Hamlin and Kyle Busch took part in a 14 Car Wreck in Saturday's Coke Zero 400 at Daytona International Speedway

c. 2012 (7/12): ESPN2 had another Ride Awake Speedrush focusing on the Hornettes and this rendition of Kai's "Say You'll Stay" (which is a Kick Routine with Staten on Vocals) with another big one with Roush Fenway Racing's Greg Biffle and Matt Kenseth.

c. 2012 (7/23): In Living Color (FOX-TV) starring Jennifer Bartels, Josh Duvendeck, Jermaine Fowler, Kali Hawk and Milton "Lil' Rel" Howery, makes its hit debut,...

c.2012 (7/27): Youth launch the "Step Up Revolution" in Miami, Florida, combing flash mob activities, dancing, and social activism across the globe. Also on this day, During the Opening Ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Olympics Jasmine Breinburg sang an Endless Medley of Songs from the 1960's to the Present including songs by The Who (My Generation), David Bowie (Starman), New Order (Blue Monday), Soul II Soul (Back to Life (However Do You Want Me) and so on, that gained National Attention however Breinburg will later sign with Curb Records in One Month from Now.

c. 2012 (7/27-8/12): The XXXth Sumer Olympics are held in New York City, New York, amidst heavy security and protests, sparking international attention,...

c. 2012 (8/2)- Russian entrepreneur and Transhumanist Dmitry Itskov proclaims the creation of a "Avatar" body during a press conference in Moscow, sparking international attention,...

c. 2012 (8/5): Actress Ellen Page narrowly survives a knife attack by a celebrity stalker in Toronto, Ontario, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 2012 (8/10): Tourists flock to Pangaea Antarctica Tourism Site after reports of a UFO sighting near McMurdo Sound, sparking international attention,...

c. 2012 (8/12): Colombia releases the Cascabel MK II, which now has two spaces for small artillery (miniguns), for use by all the ALBA[1] countries.

c. 2012 (8/16): Transhumanist Kristinn Thórisson leads the creation of AIs in Reykjavik, Iceland....

c. 2012 (9/2): Only 114 Contestants competed for the title of Miss Texas USA 2013, In Which Brittany Booker along with the 114 Girls sing Gina G's "Just A Little Bit" in which is the First 90's Cover Song using as the Opening Number of the Miss Texas USA Pageant since the 2000 Miss Texas USA Pageant as Carissa Blair (Miss Texas USA 1999) along 104 Girls who competed for the Title of Miss Texas USA 2000 sang "Man I Feel Like A Woman" but in the end Ali Nugent took home the Title.

c. 2012 (9/6): U.S. military forces uncover a "Luciferian Crusade" training base in northern Nicaragua, outside of Managua, sparking tensions between the government,...

c. 2012 (9/12): National Security Council (NSC) warns President Lieberman that Yugoslavia has developed "Cybernetic warfare" capability, during a briefing at Camp David, Maryland,....

c. 2012 (9/12-13): Global March for India's Missing Girls; March led by Nyna Pais-Caputi is launched in San Francisco, Melbourne, Kuwait, Delhi, Mumbai, Jamshedpur and Pondicherry, condemning the practice of female infanticide in India, bringing worldwide attention to the cause....

c. 2012 (9/19): In Celebration of Vocal Drill Radio's 30th Anniversary all stations aired the Very First Hour of Vocal Drill Radio from 30 years ago September 19, 1982 followed by music from the early years of VDR by Kim Carnes, Marty Balin, Huey Lewis and The News, Sheena Easton, The Pointer Sisters, Cliff Richard, Alabama, Olivia Newton John, Pat Benatar, and others.

c. 2012 (9/22): Seattle Bombing; "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas bomb the Seattle Space Needle, killing 12 people, including Senator Scott White (D-WA), sparkng calls to cancel the presidential elections....

c. 2012 (9/23) - The Nashville Strummers won an OT Game in Week 3 of the NFL by Defeating the Detroit Lions 44-41 as Singer as Rob Bironas kicked a 26 Yard Field Goal to Claim the Victory for the Strummers. Also on this day, President Joseph Lieberman labels Nicaragua a state sponsor of terrorism, citing its support for the "Luciferian Crusade", much to the anger of Latino/Chicano voters nationwide,....

c. 2012 (9/27): After concerns are brought up by the Italian government, Project SANTA CLAUS is shutdown officially by Global Justice (GJ) in Italy; Emily Thorne will claim that the sacrifice of the program allowed the Luciferian Crusade to establish roots in Sicily,...

c. 2012 (9/28): The Alameda Hornets take on the Encinal Jets in the 58th Island Bowl in which the Hornettes and the Flight Crew as they sing in a Kick Routine under lead vocalists Jayla Velasquez (Flight Crew) and Holly Staten (Hornettes) to Jocelyn Enriquez's Make This Last Forever the Jets went on to defeat the Hornets 22-15. Also on this day, Green Day performs for a sold-out audience at the historic Fillmore in San Francisco, California, sparking national attention,....

c. 2012 (9/29): Show of Peace; Artists gather in Beiing, China in an effort to promote international peace efforts, musical artists include Calvin Harris and Phillip Phillips...

c. 2012 (10/1): World Peace One Foundation holds its first concert in Syracuse, New York, featuring artists Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson, Rihanna, PSY, Carrie Underwood, Chris Brown, Calvin Harris, Demi Lovato and Phillip Phillips....

c. 2012 (10/5): Chinese officials led by Defense Minister Jia Ta Chan launch a massive campaign to build up its military, citing the threat of the Luciferian Crusade in Beijing,..

c. 2012 (10/8): Radio personality Alan Jones announces his plans to become Prime Minister, with a rally in Sydney, Australia proclaiming "Decent Australia"...

c. 2012 (10/10): South Asian residents of San Jose, California proclaim the rise of a female vigilante dubbed "Daṇḍa dēnē vālā" (a.k.a. "Avenger"). Also on this day, Vigilante "Huntsman" (a.k.a. Greg Arnell) launches a war against the "Luciferian Crusade" in Seattle, Washington,...

c. 2012 (10/11): Billboard changes its Hot Country Songs from an airplay-only chart to one that reflects both airplay and music downloads, similarly to the Hot 100. The airplay-only methodology is transferred to a new chart called Country Airplay. As a result of the new methodology, Taylor Swift's "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" – which had previously peaked at No. 13 – rebounds back up the chart and becomes the first No. 1 single under the new methodology. In the process, the song becomes the first to top both the country and Billboard Hot 100 charts since "Amazed" by Lonestar in March 2000 and – with nine weeks at No. 1 – is the longest running chart-topper on the country chart since "Almost Persuaded" by David Houston in 1966. The song also is the longest-running No. 1 country song ever by a female artist, topping Connie Smith's "Once a Day" (which logged eight weeks at No. 1 in 1964-1965).

c. 2012 (10/18): President Mockus gives a national televised speech regarding the achievements in the battle against the Luciferian Crusade, and promises a new technological era for the Armed Forces of Colombia.

c. 2012 (10/23): Transhumanist Bruce Sterling proclaims London, England the "world capitol for transhumanists". Also on this day, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Written by Frank Miller and Directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring Thomas Jane as Batman, and Jon Hamm as Superman, debuts smashing box office records.

c. 2012 (10/26): The Honeybee Trio performs for U.S. troops as part of the USO tour efforts in San Francisco, California, sparking national attention to the group,...

c. 2012 (10/28) : San Francisco Seals Manager Bruce Bochy led the Seals to the 2012 World Series title as they beat the Detroit Tigers 4 games to 0, The Seals are a Great Powerhouse when they won the 2010 World Series.

c. 2012 (10/29): Transhumanist Giuseppe Vatinno condemns the Roman Catholic Church of attempting to "stifle human evolution" in Rome, Italy; Also on this day, Philippa Ross, great-granddaughter to James Ross voices her opposition to international exploitation of the Ross Sea for economic purposes; Also on this day, rumors begin floating throughout Southeast Asia that General Susilo Bambang Kerbau is dead, amidst riots in Jakarta, Indonesia,....

c. 2012 (10/30): Global Justice (GJ) launches an unmanned drone attack against the Luciferian Crusade in Santa Prisca, Nicaragua, killing 25-30 civilians in the process, sparking international outrage....

c. 2012 (11/5): Chef Anthony Bourdain is arrested in New York City, New York after evading law enforcement for years, sparking international attention,...

c. 2012 (11/6): The Presidential Election of 2012 is a close race but Democrat Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and incumbent Vice-President Carol Mosley Braun looses to Former Vice President Mitt Romney. The Romney/Johnson Ticket wins over the ...

c. 2012 (11/8): Africanized bee attacks in Santa Fe, New Mexico spark international attention, with environmentalists warning that the autumn bee attacks are proof of a global warming event,....

c. 2012 (11/11): At Candlestick Park during a Division 1 Football Game after Alex Smith suffered a concussion in the second quarter, throwing a touchdown with blurred vision before exiting the game. He was replaced by Colin Kaepernick as the San Francisco 49ers as they slam the Arizona Firebirds led by QB Aaron Rodgers 31-24 in overtime

c. 2012 (11/14): President-elect Mitt Romney warns of the dangers of the "rogue state" of Yugoslavia, during a speech in Boston, Massachusetts,...

c. 2012 (11/20): Massive algal bloom devastates the area of Bondi Beach, NSW Australia, sparking a massive evacuation of the area, sparking national attention; Also on this day, Right-wing radio talk show host Harold Parker begins publicizing the theory that Global Justice (GJ) is threatening to overthrow the democratic governments, and replace them with an "Alliance for Freedom" from Salt Lake City, Utah,...

c. 2012 (11/28): Soviet Youth Guard members clash with American Drill Team members during a concert in Moscow, proclaiming them a "dangerous counter-revolutionary cult"...

c. 2012 (11/30): Soviet Foreign Minister Oleg Sukhovin voices concern about the actions of Global Justice (GJ) in Moscow,....

c. 2012 (12/10): Governor Shintaro Ishihara launches a massive crackdown, banning all anime/manga in Tokyo, in an effort to break the "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs,....

c. 2012 (12/17): President-elect Mitt Romney announces his selection of U.S. Army General Larry Hama as U.S. Secretary of Defense in Washington D.C.; Also on this day, Supporters of General Susilo Bambang Kerbau and the "Luciferian Crusade" launch a failed siege against Cyberjaya, Indonesia, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2012 (12/20): Prague Declaration; Members of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) proclaim that they will declare the need for "unconditional surrender" from the "Luciferian Crusade" sparking international attention,....

c. 2012 (12/21): After Losing in the Season 8 Finale of So You Think You Can Dance (FOX-TV) to Melanie Moore in 2012, Sasha Mallory decided to work as a Choreographer for a High School Vocal Drill Team.

c. 2012 (12/22): Four Cities Massacre; Petrograd (USSR), Paris (FR), London (UK) and Shanghai (PRC) are destroyed by agents of the "Luciferian Crusade", fueling a global panic, as millions are killed in largest attack since the Super Bowl.....

c. 2012 (12/23): Marie-Ségolène Royal is sworn in as President of France, the first female president of the country, after the death of President François Hollande. Also on this day, Prince Charles is now King though he hasn't take a name yet. The nuclear device was detonated close to Buckingham palace, it was a small but powerful tactical nuclear device designed for battlefield use. He has remnants of the intelligence services finding whom of Parliament was not in the city thankfully it was on Christmas recess he asks MP Liam Fox to form a government...

c. 2012 (12/24): The Soviet General Secretary orders the KGB Chairman and the Defense Minister to kill or capture all Lucfierian Crusade leaders. The Soviet President orders the Spetsnaz to find Colonel Oleg Khintsagov and kill him. Also on this day, A partially destroyed Big Ben rings at noon the day after the nuclear devastation; Also on this day, At Christmas Eve, the ALBA countries meet to establish a proper agenda to ease the unification of economy and military in all Latin America.

c. 2012 (12/25): Zeitgeist movement founder Peter Joseph found dead after airing an episode of his series Culture in Decline revolving around the Luciferian Crusade. Also on this day, The King, now King George VII, Charles takes the name of his Grandfather a wartime king, live from Windsor Castle tells the British peoples that they will recover and that if Big Ben can ring then the United Kingdom and England can bounce back...

c. 2012 (12/25-26): Massive algal bloom devastates the area of Englewood, Florida, sparking a massive evacuation of the area, sparking national attention,...

c. 2012 (12/26): The Interim Coalition Government is lead by Prime Minister Liam Fox, with chief advisor Adam Werrity,...

c. 2012 (12/28): "Non, je ne regrette rien" (No, I Regret Nothing!) single is performed by Marion Cotillard from Marseilles, France become a national anthem for the French in the aftermath of the "4 Cities Massacre"....

c. 2012 (12/31): Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi is voted out of office by the Board of Supervisors, Paul Miyamoto takes his place as acting-Sheriff in San Francisco, California....

c. 2013: Restaurant chain McDonald's switches to a 1980s format/style, tapping into the nostalgia people for a "simpler time"....

c. 2013 (1/1): After almost 4 Years, The Wrath of Winter was released to much Critical Acclaim...

c. 2013 (1/6): Surprise with Jenny McCarthy (NBC-TV) hosted by Jenny McCarthy is aired from New York City, New York, in an effort to "rebuild the entertainment industry" after the "Four Cities Massacre"....

c. 2013 (1/7): Hundreds of peoplle are hospitalized in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo after a massive algal bloom, sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2013 (1/13)- Hacker and Internet activist Aaron Swartz is assassinated in Brooklyn, New York, after investigating links to the 2012 presidential elections to the "Luciferian Crusade"...

c. 2013 (1/15): The British government orders the complete destruction of all Lucferian Crusade fronts and anything LC related in the UK....

c. 2013 (1/17-21): Windsor Castle Event; In a sign of national unity, King George VII launches the largest televised concert from Windsor Castle. Highlights include Freddie Mercury leading the audience in a rendition of "God Save the King"; The Beatles singing from the rooftop of Windsor Castle "Imagine", "Get Back", "Across the Universe", and "Hey Jude!"...

c. 2013 (1/18): "Fthagn!" single by the Cthulhupunk group Saille, makes its hit musical debut in Belgium and the Netherlands, sparking international attention,...

c. 2013 (1/23): Greenwall Foundation testifies before the United Nations Security Council that biologically-enhanced and cybernetic soldiers constitute war crimes under the Geneva Convention, in New York City, New York,...

c. 2013 (1/25): Matt Damon Live! (ABC-TV) hosted by Actor/comedian Matt Damon, music by Sheryl Crow and with Andy Garcia as sidekick, makes its hit television debut....

c. 2013 (1/27): The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series opens the Season at Riverside International Raceway for the Magic Mountain 500 presented by Six Flags as Tony Stewart makes his 1st Road Course win of the Season driving the #14 Old Spice Chevrolet.

c. 2013 (1/28): Police officials in Nashville, Tennessee launch a massive crackdown on "cosplay gangs" proclaiming them an "assault on traditional values"....

c. 2013 (2/1): United Nations and World Trade Organization (WTO) officials report in a press conference in Geneva, Switzerland, a massive spike in sugar prices across the globe, attributed to the actions of the Luciferian Crusade across the globe,...

c. 2013 (2/3): The 49ers decided to Play "You Bet Your Life it's Me" by Juli Yamanaka for their 6th Super Bowl Ring but they lost in Super Bowl XLVII to the Havana Dolphins under head coach John Harbaugh 34-31 to be known as the Harbaugh Bowl (despite his Father Jim Coaches the 49ers), QB Joe Flacco was the MVP however the play was interrupted for 34 minutes because of a 22-minute partial power outage at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, LA.

c. 2013 (2/4-5): "Luciferian Crusade" guerillas attack U.S. and Soviet embassies in Algiers, Algeria, escaping through Jebel Boudoukhane into neighboring Tunisia, sparking iternational attention and concern...

c. 2013 (2/6): New Zealand files an official protest against the Japanese government over whaling conducted in the Pangaea Antarctica Tourism Site, sparking international attention; Also on this day, Xochitl Moreno, leader of the Nicaraguan Resistance is killed in Managua, sparking regional concern.

c. 2013 (2/10): Artists led by Katy Perry and the World Peace One Foundation, gather in Hollywood, California calling for an "end to the culture of violence"....

c. 2013 (2/11): Bill O'Reilly and Matt Drudge call for a boycott of Marvel Comics due to their Election storyline, being seen as an attack on the conservative policies of President Mitt Romney,....

c. 2013 (2/12): Yugoslavian officials detonate a nuclear weapon at Vinca, sparking international attention and concern, in light of the country's support for the "Luciferian Crusade".....

c. 2013 (2/15): Cheylabinsk Incident; "Luciferian Crusade" forces are blamed for the destruction of Cheylabinsk, USSR, killing c. 1,130,132 people according to WHO/CDC officials....

c. 2013 (2/16): Defense Minister Vladimir Zhirinovsky warns Premier Vladimir Putin that the Chelyabinsk Disaster was an "American attack", fueling tensions between the United States and the Soviet Union in Moscow...

c. 2013 (2/18): The Further Adventures of Guardian Moon is released by Nintendo, becoming a major bestseller for PC and VR systems,....

c. 2013 (2/19): CIA and NSA officials report that Yugoslavian hackers launched a "cybernetic attack" against Apple, Facebook, and Twitter, during a press conference in Washington D.C.,....

c. 2013 (2/24): Jimmie Johnson won the 2013 Daytona 500 driving the #48 Lowe's Chevrolet for Hendrick Motorsports. Also on this day, Batman: The Dark Knight Returns sweeps the Academy awards, winning a record 12 awards.

c. 2013 (2/25): National Security Council (NSC) briefs President Mitt Romney, that Yugoslavian weapons and technology is ending up in the hands of the "Luciferian Crusade", in Washington D.C.; Also on this day, Soviet officials claim to have found the remains of Noah's Ark near Mount Ararat, Turkey, sparking international attention and concern. Also on this day, Government officials led by Interior Minister Ogmundur Jonasson, announce a ban on most virtual reality (VR) systems nationwide in Reykjavik, Iceland, citing the massive amounts of pornography,...

c. 2013 (3/2): The program "The Country Top 30 with Bobby Bones," hosted by Austin, Texas, radio personality Bobby Estell (aka Bobby Bones), debuts in syndication.

c. 2013 (3/3): Tensions mount as anti-American demonstrations take place in Leningrad, fueling tensions between the United States and Soviet Union. Meanwhile, also on this day,"Luciferian Crusade" guerillas launch an abortive attack on the U.S. Naval Shipyard in Norfolk, Virginia in an attempt to target the aircraft carriers docked there USS Dwight D. Eisenhower, USS George H.W. Bush, USS Enterprise, USS Hary Truman, and USS Abraham Lincoln. Also on this day, The 3rd Race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series took place at Avondale, AZ for the Subway Fresh Fit 500 as Carl Edwards won driving the #99 Subway Ford out of Columbia, MO...

c. 2013 (3/4): The FIFA has announced that Colombia won the assignation to host the World Football Cup.

c. 2013 (3/5): Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez dies after being infected with a fatal "artificial" man-made cancer for 5 months. Bioweapon traced back to Luciferian Crusade agents operating in the United States. Also on this day, 2013: Major League Baseball intends to expand the use of instant replay for the 2014 season and will be studying over the course of this year which calls to review and how to do it. League officials plan to visit Miami during the World Baseball Classic and various spring training sites to examine camera angles and other factors that will help them develop a plan.

c. 2013 (3/10): A Facebook Group has made a Petition to Bring Cash Explosion by Converting It from Statewide Syndication from Ohio to National Syndication has been supported quietly which gained national attention in order to Support the move to National Syndication. Also on this day, The 4th Race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series took place at Las Vegas Motor Speedway for the Kobalt Tools 500 as Matt Kenseth celebrated his 41st Birthday with a win driving the #20 Dollar General Toyota. Also on this day, Massive algal bloom devastates the area of Sarasota, Florida, sparking a massive evacuation of the area, sparking national attention,...

c. 2013 (3/13): Chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff Admiral James "Sandy" Winnefeld announces his intention to retire, he asks that his successor is General Marcia M. Anderson. Also on this day, Anti-refugee riots erupt in Melbourne, led by followers of Reverend Danny Nalliah, fueling accusations of human rights abuses by the Australian government,...

c. 2013 (3/19): At AT&T Park, the Dominican Republic blanked Puerto Rico, 3–0, to complete the most dominant championship run in the brief history of the World Baseball Classic. The Dominican team, managed by Tony Peña, capped a 8–0 unbeaten run to become the first undefeated champion team in the tournament. New York Yankees second baseman Robinson Canó earned MVP honors, after batting an average of .469 (15-for-32) with two home runs and six RBIs, while Tampa Bay Rays closer Fernando Rodney finished for his seventh save to extend his own Classic record. The losing team would congratulate the winner on the field, a sportsmanlike and uncommon gesture in MLB playoff games.

When the California Music Channel and MLB Network covered the Championship Game of the World Baseball Classic, Domincan Republic won their 1st World Baseball Classic Championship as they capped a 8-0 Unbeated Run to become the First Undefeated Chapionship Team in the Tournament.

c. 2013 (3/21): Police officials led by Lieutenant Hu Lau launch a massive raid against the Luciferian Crusade in Hong Kong, China,...

c. 2013 (3/24): Anti-American demonstrations erupt in Nizhny Novgorod, as rumors float around the Internet about the Chelyabinsk Disaster. Also on this day, The 6th Race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series took place here at Auto Club Speedway for the Auto Club 400 as 16 Drivers made special schemes to honor the Sound of California but in the end Kyle Busch driving the #18 Toyota saluting Vanessa Marie Rangel and Her Cosmetics Company (Vanessa Marie Cosmetics) won the Auto Club 400, That Gave Busch his 25th Career Win in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series beating Dale Earnhardt Jr. driving the #3 Chevrolet saluting Louise Wu (who sang the theme music to NASCAR on TNT's Summer Series called “Summertime Summertime” (orig. by Corina) which also one of the Songs in the Swimsuit Competition in the 2010 Miss California USA Pageant since 2012) came in 2nd and Joey Logano finished 3rd driving the #22 Ford carrying Sponsorship from AAA Southern California.

c. 2013 (3/25): CurbWest Records completes the work on the Vocal Drill Team-Style Project by creating a supergroup led by Pinoy-American Recording Stars One Vo1ce and will feature more than 500 Vocal Dance & Drill Team Members (mostly from High Schools), This Could be the First All-Star Recording for CurbWest Records.

c. 2013 (3/27): Actress/political activist Ashley Judd (D-KY) announces her bid for the U.S. Senate in Louisville, Kentucky, sparking national attention...

c. 2013 (3/29): President Mitt Romney is exposed as being a "Luciferian Crusade" agent in Washington D.C., fueling civil unrest and panic in major cities.....

c. 2013 (3/31) : At Minute Maid Park the Houston Astros made their return to Major League Baseball after a (insert number here) years of being in the Southwest League as they started with a bang as they defeat the Dallas Rangers 8-2. This is the 4000th Victory for the Astros the first six years they were known as the Colt 45's.

c. 2013 (4/1): Football Fans in Havana were shocked as this Super Bowl MVP is now a Los Angeles Ram as Starting QB Joe Flacco who led the Dolphins from winning Super Bowl XLVII signed a $44 Million Contract with the Rams., Gloria Estefan who owns the Dolphins said "The Good News is not an April Fools Joke but our offers were more than fair."

c. 2013 (4/2): Armies of an unknown force and the Luciferian Crusade clash in Paramaribo, Suriname.

c. 2013 (4/5): The FIFA groups are distributed like this:

Group A

Colombia
Switzerland
Turkey
England

Group B

Argentina
Cameroon
Brazil
Germany

Group C

Ghana
Italy
United States
Honduras

Group D

Philippines
Spain
Japan
Chile

Group E

Russia
South Korea
Australia
Saudi Arabia

c. 2013 (4/6): The 7th Race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series heads south of the Border to Tijuana, Mexico for the Pemex West of the Border 500 as Tony Stewart won driving the #14 Old Spice Chevrolet, Jimmie Johnson got a 7th Place Finish retaining his lead in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Point Standings.

c. 2013 (4/12): Cameron Hayley of Calgary, AB will race in 2 Events in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series at Vernon, BC (on July 13) and Saskatoon, SK (July 17), However he would look forward to race in San Jose This Week driving the #44 Cabinets by Hayley Toyota in the Bay Area Stock Car Series.

c. 2013 (4/13): Massive riots escalate. Romney claims that the documents "exposing" him are false. Also on this day, Stephanie Pereya shocked her Vocal Drill Team from Clear Brook High School as the Celebrities won the 2013 Lone Star Vocal Drill Team Championship in the Kick and Jazz Categories as She Sang in a Kick Routine to "What U Did 2 Me (orig. by Rockell) and a Jazz Routine to "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" (orig. by Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers in 1956 & Diana Ross in 1981)

c. 2013 (4/14): Anti-American demonstrations erupt in Moscow, as rumors float around the Internet about the Cheylabinsk Disaster as an "American attack"...

c. 2013 (4/15): Gary Johnson, not a Luciferian Crusade agent himself, resigns and supports the protests against Mitt Romney. Also on this day, Anti-American demonstrations erupt in Leningrad, as rumors float around the Internet about the Chelyabinsk Disaster as an "American attack". Also on this day, Police officials in Zhejiang, China report online syndicates controlled by the Triads, taking control of the traffic of "virtual highs". Also on this day, Australian Prime Minister Andrew Bolt Announces plans for the privatization of medical care during a speech in Melbourne, Australia,...

c. 2013 (4/20): The armies in the 4/2 attack reveal themselves as Global Justice. Defense Secretary of the ALBA is meeting with the representative of Global Justice there, Martín Algarra.

c. 2013 (4/26): Riots escalate, SWAT and National Guard called in to disperse the anti-Romney protestors. Also on this day, Global Justice (GJ) in a major miscalculation launches an attack against an alleged Luciferian Crusade cell in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, killing 18 civilians in the process, video footage appears on CNN-TV and BBC-TV; Also on this day, Sujit Chakraborty launches a vigilante war against the Luciferian Crusade in Assam, India,...

c. 2013 (4/27-28): Power to the Peaceful Concert; Michael Franti and Brent Turner, launch a massive concert featuring gospel singer Evangelia Ward-Jackson, heavy metal/punk bands Poor Luckies, Haunted by Heroes (HXH), singers Emme, Amber Lily, Rossana Schneider and Swoop Unit, and the Honeybee Trio is held in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California, calling for an end to national hostilities,...

c. 2013 (4/30): Leaks from an unknown source is broadcasted all over major American news outlets showing the underhanded tactics used by the NSA's PRISM program in combatant the Luciferian Crusade.......

c. 2013 (5/1): The Movement (DC Comics) sparks international controversy with its storyline of an underground movement fighting against Global Justice and the Luciferian Crusade,....

c. 2013 (5/4): The restaurant chain "MacPollo" starts to experiment with Chickenasaurus to avert the worldwide absence of poultry.

c. 2013 (5/7): Justin Verlander of the Atlanta Crackers got lucky by striking out 13 batters in a 6-5 win over the Portland Beavers. Also on this day, Senator John McCan (R-AZ) proposes an "Alliance for Freedom" consisting of democracies as an alternative to the United Nations, during a speech in Phoenix, Arizona,...

c. 2013 (5/10): Luciferian Crusade forces led by Malik Bayu launch an attack on a Buddhist ceremony in Borobudur, Indonesia....

c. 2013 (5/11): The Rockridge Chorale led by Devi de Sam Lazaro, featuring Baritone Nikolas Nackley, performs at the Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C., as part of a concert to promote peace across the country. Vice-President Gary Johnson attends the concert,.....

c. 2013 (5/12): The Song "Give Peace a Chance" before by One Vo1ce along with more than 500 Vocal Drill Team Members (including Carlsbad Lancerette Katie Park, Alameda Hornette Holly Staten, and Katie Russell of the Rosary Vocal Squad of Fullerton, CA) across the West Coast performed for the first time in the 2013 Golden State Vocal Drill Team Championships in order to support the eliminate the threat of a civil war in America

c. 2013 (5/13): The Video "A Message to the US Military" goes viral on Youtube, telling US troops and National Guard to deflect.....it is spread by Anonymous hacktivist movement.

c. 2013 (5/16): Video causes mutinies among the military and defections, some even join the anti-Romney protests.

c. 2013 (5/17): Latin musical band Lumogui, led by Luis Morales releases its hit singles "Forgiveness" and "Asi" to critical acclaim in San Francisco, California, sparking international attention,...

c. 2013 (5/18): Anti-American demonstrations erupt in Samara, as rumors float around the Internet revelations about President Mitt Romney come to light...

c. 2013 (5/19): Anti-American demonstrations erupt in Chelyabinsk, as rumors float around the Internet revelations about President Mitt Romney come to light...

c. 2013 (5/20): Nancy Pelosi, and 71 members of the US congress and half of the US senate, including both Ron and Rand Paul, call for resignation of Mitt Romney; Also on this day,NSA employee Edward Snowden disappears from his home in Hawaii...

c. 2013 (5/21): Edward Snowden reappears in Hong Kong, reveals himself to have been behind the leaks to expose an alledged disregard in the NSA for constitutional rights. He applies for Asylum in Iceland, sparking international attention..........

c. 2013 (5/23): 2013-Global Justice agents Tori Vega and Alex Russo destroy an underwater base of the Luceiferian Crusade in the Pacific Ocean, off the coast of Los Angeles, California,...

c. 2013 (5/25): After delays due to the "Four Cities Massacre", the film Django Unchained directed by Quentin Tarantino, starring Will Smith and Christophe Waltz makes its hit film debut....

c. 2013 (5/26): 2013: Arrested Development (FOX-TV) airs its final episode after 10 seasons, sparking national attention,....

c. 2013 (5/27): Romney, still insisting his innocence, flees from the capital after army sent to White House mutiny, creating a breach for protestors to march onto it. Windows of WH broken and vandalized.

c. 2013 (5/28): Nancy Pelosi sworn in as interim president and Ron Paul sworn in as interim Vice President. New elections promised in 120 days. The entire history of the Luciferian Crusade involvement in America is exposed. The announcements were be on all the media, looping so that everyone on every shift would be able to sit down or fall down in the vicinity of a television screen, PC monitor, iPad, or a radio and try to assimilate the shocking truths hidden from the masses for so long......

c. 2013 (5/30): Romney resurfaces in a video, he claims the Luciferian Crusade has framed him for their crimes and have taken over America. There were threats from a "Romney supporters" on the Internet saying they would start an armed coup and more riots if the interim government dosen't fall in weeks. Most of these were discovered to be spambots. But the chaos is just beginning...........

c. 2013 (6/1): Geek Loves Punk indie film directed by Julie Kerr is released nationwide to critical acclaim, signaling a post-Hollywood entertainment industry,...

c. 2013 (6/5 to 9/12): José Pékerman, coach of the Colombian football team announces a series of friendly matches to develop strategies, which are with teams in Europe and South America, in the following order:

Colombia (COL) vs Manchester United (ENG) (finish: COL 3 - MAN 4)
Colombia (COL) vs Dynamo (UKR) (finish: COL 2 - DYN 1)
Colombia (COL) vs Estudiantes de la Plata (ARG) (finish: COL 0 - EDP 1)
Colombia (COL) vs Chivas USA (USA) (finish: COL 3 - CHV 2)

c. 2013 (6/11): Right-wing radio personality Harold Parker warns of an alleged secret force within the government calling itself "Brothers' Keepers" during a radio broadcast in Salt Lake City, Utah,...

c. 2013 (6/14): U.S. military forces report the presence of "Luciferian Crusade" forces in Managua, Nicaragua despite the assurances of President Fabio Gadea Mantilla,...

c. 2013 (6/15): "Rocket Girl" musical single by Haunted by Heroes makes its it musical debut in San Francisco, California,....

c. 2013 (6/23): Gault-Curb Recording Artists The Yamanakas made a Big Hit with Molly Hatchet's "Flirting with Disaster" which made airplay across the United States and in Canada.

c. 2013 (6/24): Failed assassination attempt is made on President Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) in Washington D.C. Although the President is injured, Vice-President Ron Paul (R-TX) assures the nation that the presidency was never threatened,...

c. 2013 (6/25): Shelby v. Holder; U.S. Supreme Court rules that the National I.D. act is constitutional, and that federal identification can be required at all election poll sites. The ruling angers many in the NAACP, the ACLU, and the Electronic Freedom Foundation (EFF).

c. 2013 (7/1): Chattanooga Lookouts 3B Brandon Inge scored a game winning home run in the 10th to beat the Union City (CA) Colts 5-3. Also on this day, Soviet leaders led by Premier Gennady Zyuganov launch a massive nationwide crackdown on LGBT persons as "counter-revolutionary elements" in Moscow,....

c. 2013 (7/3): South Korean government officials establish the formation of "Gwanchalja" (a.k.a. "Watchers") in an effort to gather intelligence regarding the Luciferian Crusade in Seoul, South Korea,...

c. 2013 (7/5-7/7): Mirapuri World Peace Festival is held in Mirapuri, India, in an effort to foster international peace efforts across the globe.

c. 2013 (7/6): Friendly matches between teams in the rest of the world:

Argentina (ARG) vs United States (USA) (finish ARG 2 - USA 1)
Ghana (GHA) vs Portugal (POR) (finish GHA 1 - POR 0)
Cameroon (CAM) vs Italy (ITA) (finish CAM 3 - ITA 3)


c. 2013 (7/7): "Give Peace a Chance" performed by One Vo1ce along with an All-Star Cast of Vocal Drill Team Members captured the #1 Spot in the Charts on Billboard Magazine

c. 2013 (7/10): Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov launches a crackdown on VRS sites, citing them as "dens of criminal behavior" in a speech before the Politburo, in Moscow,...

c. 2013 (7/13): Glee (FOX-TV) star Cory Monteith is found dead in a Vancouver hotel room at 12:45 AM after a violent break-in, cause of death is forced overdose of drugs by the assailant that broke into his hotel room, he was apparently gagged and bound into a chair and was forced to consume a fatal amount of drugs in the incident

c. 2013 (7/15): Hostess products files for bankruptcy, amidst fears of rationing and the rise in sugar prices across the globe,...

c. 2013 (7/18): CIA Agent Max Danger (e.g. historical records show that "Max Danger" is a code name and not the actual name of the agent in question) emerges in a battle against the Luciferian Crusade from Langley, Virginia,....

c. 2013 (7/19): Asian-American band Kamikazee and singer Kitchie Nadal, make their hit musical debut in San Francisco, California,...

c. 2013 (7/20): Memphis Chicks 2B Drew Sutton hits for the cycle in a 3-2 win over the San Diego Padres.

c. 2013 (7/23): Princess Caroline (e.g. Carly Massy-Birch), Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to twins Anne and George, amidst pomp and circumstance in London, England. Also on this day, "Summer Heat" musical single by the Jeggings makes its hit debut in San Francisco, California,...

c. 2013 (7/24): Global Justice agent Sam Puckett, flying a F-18, bombs a Luciferian Crusade Nuclear weapons plant in Pyongyang, North Korea. The plant is completely destroyed. Also on this day, British Prime Minister Liam Fox announces a nationwide ban on virtual reality (VR) sex sites, claiming that they are a "moral cancer" during a press conference in London, England,...

c. 2013 (7/26): All the Glee cast, along with 1 million fans worldwide hold a candlelight vigil for Cory Monteith

c. 2013 (7/27-8/6): Singers from around the world including Ayumi Hamasaki, Girls Generation, Momoiro Clover Z and AKB48 gather in Hiroshima, Japan in an effort to promote peace efforts across the globe, helping to reduce tensions in the face of the "Luciferian Crusade",...

c. 2013 (7/28): DC Comics announces the introduction of the character "The Flaming C", based on the popular skits by Conan O'Brien, in a surprise announcement in San Diego, California,...

c. 2013 (7/30): 2013- Global Justice agents Alex Russo, Tori Vega and Teddy Duncan rescue singing superstar Taylor Swift, who was being held hostage by Luciferian Crusade operatives in Tehran, Iran. The Crusade was planning to brainwash Swift into becoming a spokesperson for the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2013(7/31-8/3): Donald Trump launches a convention in Arlington, Virginia as presidential candidate. Sheriff Joseph Arpaio is named as his vice-presidential candidate. Many media observers note the lack of ethnic representation.

c. 2013 *(8/4): The Music Video to "Give Peace a Chance" made it's debut for the first time and Feature One Vo1ce along with Other Vocal Dance & Drill Members performing in Kaleidoscopic Style Dance Patterns similar to the Routines of Busby Berkeley.

c. 2013 (8/7): Bogotá's mayor Gustavo Petro finishes the studies for the first line of the MetroMilenio underground system. The MetroMilenio will enter in services in 2017, and the first line will cover from the locality of Kennedy (South of Bogotá) to the 187 Street through all the 7th Avenue.

c. 2013 (8/7-8/11): Nancy Pelosi and Ron Paul launch the Unity Campaign in Madison, Wisconsin, launching the first coalition ticket since 1856...

c. 2013 (8/11): True Light Ministries reports that it has purchased newspapers covering the entire Western Hemisphere, sparking international attention and concern; Also on this day, Jai Singh Chopra launches a series of counter-terrorist operations against the Luciferian Crusade in Mumbai, India,...

c. 2013 (8/15): WHO/CDC officials report an outbreak of H1N1 avian influenza in Seoul, South Korea, fueling calls for quarantine,...

c. 2013 (8/16) Late Night With Matt! (ABC-TV) Talk Show Host Matt Damon starts the comical segment "Where Romney?" in the manner of "Where's Waldo?"; Also on this day, Police clash with "Otaku/Cosplay" gangs in Times Square in New York City, New York, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 2013 (8/24)-Singer Miley Cyrus is found dead in her Nashville home, the victim of an apparent cocaine overdose.

c. 2013 (9/1): Sugar Riots; With sugar prices continuing to rise, United Nations and World Trade Organization (WTO) officials report riots across the Third World, during a press conference in New York City, New York,....

c. 2013 (9/11): A joint operation between the Special Forces Mongoose and the Team BLAST results in the thwarting of a plan to destroy the Colpatria Tower. USD 15.000 worth of explosives were confiscated.

c. 2013 (9/14): 8.75 Earthquake hits Suva, Fiji, killing 8 people, and countless property damage to the region,.....

c. 2013 (9/16): 2013-Global Justice operative Payson Keeler foils an attempt to kidnap and brainwash actress Jennifer Lawrence by the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2013 (9/21): Global Justice head Emily Thorne proposes the idea of "extraordinary rendition" to President Nancy Pelosi at Camp David, Maryland, during a secret meeting with her national security team,....

c. 2013 (9/21-23): World Peace Day; Musical artists including Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and others in 12 countries perform in an effort to end the political violence occuring due to the "War on Terror". For many the concerts serve as a means to reflect on the situation they are currently....

c. 2013 (10/1): Dr. Rodolfo Llinás finally finds the source of the Apartadó seizures. It is revealed to be a previously unknown weapon of Luciferian technology that creates photosensitive epileptic seizures.

c. 2013 (10/3): It is discovered a man has been living in the popular Mall of America for nearly 10 years. Also on this day, Global Justce agent Lily Truscott locates and kills master Luciferian Crusade terroist leader Arkan in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

c. 2013 (10/4): Mexican secret agent Roberto Maniquis (a.k.a. "Guerrero") foils an assassination plot by the "Luciferian Crusade" against President Nancy Pelosi in Austin, Texas; Also on this day, Global Justice head Emily Thorne and U.S. President Nancy Pelosi sign a classified agreement for "extraordinary rendition" of suspected Luciferian Crusade members to the underwater military prison dubbed "Project NEPTUNE" off the Atlantic Ocean Continental Ridge,....

Also on this day, The cities selected to be hosting the different groups will be:

Group A: Bogotá (Nemesio Camacho Campín Stadium)
Group B: Medellín (Atanasio Girardot Stadium)
Group C: Cali (Pascual Guerrero Stadium)
Group D: Manizales (Palogrande Stadium)
Group E: Barranquilla (Metropolitan Stadium)

c. 2013 (10/7): Vigilante "Klāngkhụn" (a.k.a. "Nighthawk") emerges in Bangkok, Thailand in an effort to combat the threat of corruption by the "Luciferian Crusade"....

c. 2013 (10/10): The Soviet General Secretary Ivan Melnikov announces the death of the man whom supplied the nuclear devices to the Luciferian Crusade Oleg Khintsagov...

c. 2013 (10/12)-Global Justice agent Alex Russo steals a device made by the Luciferian Crusade to steal all US nuclear codes.

c. 2013 (10/21): Christian fundamentalist James Dobson warns that the country is fallen with regards to "Christian values" during a television broadcast,...

c. 2013 (10/23): Millions of people across the globe wait in line for the sale of "e-Wooster" personal home droids by the Ares Corporation,...

c. 2013 (10/26): KFC is interested in using the Chickenasaurous as a part of a new chicken item...

c. 2013 (11/1): singer Kelly Clarkson survives an attempt by the Luciferian Crusade to kill her in Dallas, Texas when Global Justice agent Jade West stops a young woman who was brandishing a 9MM pistol.

c. 2013 (11/2): "Denim And Leather" album by the music group Denim And Leather, makes its hit debut in San Francisco, California, sparking international attention,....

c. 2013 (11/3): Soccer star Alex Morgan poses for Playboy, shocking the world and causing unrest.

c. 2013 (11/5): Election Day; In the first special presidential election in American history, citizens turn out in record numbers in an effort to choose between the Unity ticket of Pelosi/Paul and the Independent ticket of Trump/Arpaio, amidst heavy media scrutiny,...

c. 2013 (11/9): Hurricane Chenier makes landfall in Norfolk, Virginia, causing a massive humanitarian crisis for FEMA officials,...

c. 2013 (11/18): "Riot Girlz" album by Riot Girlz makes its hit musical debut in Atlanta, Georgia, considered a voice of "Girl Power messages,....

c. 2013 (11/19): Grenzschutzgruppe 9 (GSG-9), Germany's anti-terrorist unit begins deploying cybernetic weapons systems in Berlin, Germany,...

c. 2013 (11/23): Fire erupts at the Manguinhos refinery in Guanabara Bay, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, forcing the immediate shutdown of oil production at the plant. OPEC officials announce a spike in the price of oil due to the reduced oil production capabilities,....

c. 2013 (12/4): Secretary of Defense Brian Nobel privately talks with the President and NSC over a course of action over the possibility of Luciferian Crusade infiltration of GJ.

c. 2013 (12/13): According to testimonies from survivors of the Luciferian Crusade attacks on the University of Southern California, the attacks on April 5th, 2013 were not done by the Luciferian Crusade members spontaneously, but someone in the university acted as a mole. Also on this day, The Mirado Corporation creates the first Llinás Machine, to nullify the stimuli that provokes the Apartadó Seizures.

c. 2013 (12/20): Senator Gary Cass (R-TN) warns supporters "Anti-Christian hysteria" is becoming "deadly" during a speech in Memphis, Tennessee,...

c. 2013 (12/24): Chinese officials led by Chan Ka-Kui launch a massive crackdown on the Luciferian Crusade in Beijing, China,....

c. 2014 (1/3)-Global Justice agents Jade West and Bailey Pickett, flying F-35s shoot down a Luciferian Crusade plane that was trying to drop a nuclear weapon on New York..

c. 2014 (1/4)-In response to Global Justice's foiling of their plan to nuke New York, the head of the Luciferian Crusade vows to kill any Global Justice agent and their families "by any means necessary."

c. 2014 (1/5)-Global Justice head Emily Thorne says that Global Justice will cut off the head of the Luciferian Crusade and stop it once and for all, stating, "If they want to go to war, we'll bring hell to them. This just became personal."

c. 2014 (1/13)-Singer Katy Perry is rescued by Global Justice agents Tori Vega and Sam Puckett from a Luciferian Crusade attempt to kidnap and brainwash her. The agents kill two LC operatives in a shootout.

c. 2014 (1/20)-Global Justice agents discover and foil a Luciferian Crusade attempt to overthrow the U.S. government and replace it with a fascist state.

c. 2014 (1/22): K-Mart closes its doors for good after filing for bankruptcy and failing to find matching investor funds, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 2014 (1/29): President Nancy Pelosi warns the nation that Luciferian Crusade-supporting nations such as Nicaragua, Yugoslavia, North Korea, et al. will be the targets of the United States and the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLDF) during the State of the Union Address in Washington D.C.,....

c. 2014 (1/30): Soviet officials led by Premier Gennady Zyuganov announce the boycott of the Winter Olympics in Duluth, Minnesota. Poland, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Romania, Albania, and Hungary make similar announcements, citing the "pro-LGBT propaganda and rape..."

c. 2014 (2/2)-the Minnesota Vikings beat the Baltimore Ravens 24-13 to win the Super Bowl.

c. 2014 (2/4): Police officials led by Colonel Iko Taslim launch a massive raid against the Luciferian Crusade, uncovering massive corruption within the government in Jakarta, Indonesia....

c. 2014 (2/7)-The Winter Olympics open in Duluth, Minnesota.

c. 2014 (2/11): 2014-Global Justice agents Jade West and Alex Russo discover a Luciferian Crusade missile base beneath the Atlantic Ocean just outside of Miami. They promptly destroy the base and kill 4 LC agents.

c. 2014 (2/12)-Skier Lindsey Vonn wins gold in the Women's Downhill at the Winter Olympics.

c. 2014 (2/14)-While scuba diving, explorer Jessica Patterson discovers the Lost City Of Coranado in Baja Mexico; Also on this day, My Black Son (FOX-TV) sitcom makes its hit series debut, despite complaints from the NAACP for "racial insensitivity".

c. 2014 (2/23)-the US hockey team beats Canada 6-5 to add the men's ice hockey Olympic gold to the US women's gold 3 days earlier.

c. 2014 (3/1)-Country singer Carrie Underwood announces a run for Congress in Oklahoma.

c. 2014 (3/3): Protesters in gather in Geneva, Switzerland, protesting against Global Justice, as "just another tool of American militarism..."

c. 2014 (3/5): Veterans of the War of San Andrés produce (Para Los Niños (e.g. "For the Children")) a documentary supporting the Luciferian Crusade and its actions in Nicaragua

c. 2014 (3/6): Many Llinás Machines are installed in every television network in all ALBA countries; Also on this day, Pakistani officials led by Aamir Khan announce that they are conducting human experiments to create a "super soldier" during a press conference in Islamabad, Pakistan,...

c. 2014 (3/8)-Singer Lady Gaga dies in Los Angeles, California.

c. 2014 (3/12)-The Los Angeles County Coroner confirms that Lady Gaga died of AIDS, causing outrage and controversy all across the world. Also on this day, Global Justice head Emily Thorne announces a "Global Security Threat Level" system before the United Nations Security Council in New York City, New York, sparking immediate criticism from civil libertarians and religious leaders,....

c. 2014 (3/13): Senator Alec McComb (MD) and his Senate Select Appropriations Committee begins an formal investigation of Global Justice activities in the US. Also on this day, Taylor Swift marries Zac Efron in LA, shocking the world.

c. 2014 (3/18): Representatives of the major powers talk to discuss a plan in case GJ is ever overtaken by the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2014 (3/19)-Actress Jennifer Lawrence admits she's bisexual, causing worldwide controversy...

c. 2014 (3/20)-Conserative blogger Mike Nelson declares Carrie Underwood as the Conservatives new superstar and endorses her bid for Congress.

c. 2014 (3/22)-Ron Paul causes major controversy when he says off the record during an interview on Fox News, that all gays and lesbians "should be thrown in the oven like the Jews in '42." Paul dosen't know that the camera was on the whole time. Outrage spreads quickly.

c. 2014 (3/23)-Ron Paul is forced to resign as Vice President. President Pelosi names Minnesota senator Amy Klobaclar is the new Vice President.

c. 2014 (3/24): The news media has agreed, the Unity Ticket is dead. The major political parties of the US return to bickering as before...

c. 2014 (3/25): Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh condemns the choice of Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-WI) as Vice-President as the "Vagina Monologues", sparking national controversy,....

c. 2014 (3/26)-Even Fox News says the Republicans can't save themselves.

c. 2014 (3/30): Christian fundamentalist preacher Franklin Graham warns of "feminazism" during a rally in Virginia Beach, Virginia,...

c. 2014 (4/1): Governor Jesse Ventura (I-MN) condemns Emily Thorne during a rally in Minneapolis, proclaiming that "Democracy cannot survive while hiding secrets..."

c. 2014 (4/5): The Luciferian Crusade attacks various Colombian fishing ships near the Archipelago of San Andrés. The SFM is sent to defend the ships.

c. 2014 (4/13): German wildlife officials in Oggersheim, report bizarre behavior from storks seen as a "tribunal of storks", sparking national attention,...

c. 2014 (4/18): South Korean military forces led by Kim Nam-kyung warn of actions by the Luciferian Crusade in Incheon, South Korea, sparking tensions in the region,...

c. 2014 (4/19): British wildlife officials report strange behavior from sparrows in London, England seen as a "tribunal of sparrows", many attribute to the nuclear destruction of 2012; Also on this day, The Prime Minister of Norway asks the Parliament to suspend financing the Global Justice in order to fund the current healthcare plan in his nation.

c. 2014 (4/26): The Team BLAST captures the leader of a small Luciferian cell in Cali, Cauca Valley department. He is found saying something about a "Great Awakening".

c. 2014 (4/29): United Nations Commission on Human Rights (UNCHR) condemns Global Justice in a 1,200-page report citing extra-judicial killings, torture, death squads, and "collateral damage"....

c. 2014 (5/3): GJ Forces remove the Prime Minister of Norway citing Luciferian Crusade links to the prime minister.

c. 2014 (5/4): Former Coral Reef Cudette Talia Taboada made #1 with a remake of George Thorogood's "Gear Jammer"; Also on this day,Due to the Prime Minister's removal, mass protest breaks out all over Norway, Oslo has the most in the whole nation.

c. 2014 (5/7): The Storting, Norway's Parliament in a rare form of unity declares that GJ's actions unconstitutional and illegal.

c. 2014 (5/8): Norway's King in a rare political motion asks that GJ forces leave hi nation and let them determine their own future.

c. 2014 (5/13): Financial Times calls for an "Alliance for Freedom" in an editorial in New York City, New York,...

c. 2014 (5/14): President Nancy Pelosi revamps economic sanctions, but allows humanitarian aid for nations deemed Luciferian Crusade supporters by the Global Justice and her national security advisors,....

c. 2014 (5/19): Senator McComb meets with President Pelosi and the Director of GJ, he states he won't back done on his investigation...

c. 2014 (5/20)-Actress Jennifer Lawrence confirms that she is having a relationship with pro soccer player Alex Morgan, causing outrage and controversy across the world.

c. 2014 (5/24): Sweden, Iceland, Denmark, Iceland, and Finland support Norway's demand on GJ.

c. 2014 (5/24-28): Tensions mount between the United States and Soviet Union, after Soviet Premier Nikolay Kharitonov clashes with U.S. President Nancy Pelosi, regarding Global Justice actions in Yugoslavia, citing them as "unilateral actions"....

c. 2014 (5/25): U.N. Secretary-General Ashraf Ghani condemns the actions of Global Justice (GJ) during a speech before the United Nations Security Council in New York City, New York, citing the situation in Norway,....

c. 2014 (6/1): Right-wing radio personality Harold Parker points to the actions of Emily Thorne and Global Justice (GJ) as proof that the organization is planning to overthrow democracy, during a broadcast in Salt Lake City, Utah,...

c. 2014 (6/10): President Mockus convinces Mayor of Bogotá Gustavo Petro to convert the MetroMilenio in a MagLev train network which will connect all Colombian cities with points to link with the rest of the ALBA countries. The MetroMilenio will now finish in 2019, with the Bicentennial celebrations of the Battle of Boyacá.

c. 2014 (6/12)-Luciferian Crusade operatives explode a dirty bomb in Red Square in Moscow, killing 450 people. Also on this day, Residents of Birmingham, England report a mysterious rain of frogs over Sutton Park, sparking attention over the Internet,...

c. 2014 (6/15)-the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the LA Kings 5-4 to win the Stanley Cuo 4 games to 3.

c. 2014 (6/19): 2014-the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the Miami Heat 119-118 to win the NBA title in game 7 of the NBA Finals.

c. 2014 (6/20): Grumpy Cat: the Movie is released, starring Kate Upton and Seth Green. It is a smash...

c. 2014 (6/23): British military armory is destroyed in South Wales Coalfield, killing 290 people, mainly civilians in the process,....

c. 2014 (7/3)-The film adaptation of the 1980's tv show Supertrain, starring Channing Tatum, Jennifer Lawrence and Daniel Craig debuts. It becomes a massive hit.

c. 2014 (7/4): Meat shortages are reported across the globe, due to economic instability, the lack of poultry alternatives, and the spike in agricultural prices, according to the United Nations and World Trade Organization in New York City, New York,.....

c. 2014 (7/8): Conservatives led by James Dobson and Tom Riner (R-KY) warn of the "Gestapo tactics" of Global Justice in a rally in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2014 (7/13): Football riots begin at the World cup in Bogota, Colombia when the teams for Japan and Brazil have a tight game that is only won in the last seconds of the game. Also on this day, England beats Argentina 3-2 in extra time to win the World Cup on 2 goals by Danny Welbeck.

c. 2014 (7/15): The New York Times reveals that Senator McComb has a campaign war chest if close to $500 million dollars for the 2016 presidential election...

c. 2014 (7/21): Facing political pressure from policy makers, President Nancy Pelosi announces to focus defense spending on the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD) and Global Justice (GJ) in Washington D.C.,...

c. 2014 (7/22): Millions of people across the globe wait in line for the sale of the latest generation of "e-Wooster" personal home droids by the Ares Corporation

c. 2014 (7/30): Senator McComb is revealed to be secretly financed by the Luciferian Crusade and was going to be President if the plot to overthrow the government succeeded. It was also revealed he owns slaves and has a 13 year-old wife. He is promptly arrested and thrown into jail.

c. 2014 (8/8): Hal Lindsey, American Family Association (AFA) states,"It's understandable why people think Pelosi is the Whore of Babylon..."

c. 2014 (8/20): 2014-former Olympic gold medal winning swimmer Michael Phelps wins the special election for McComb's Senate seat.

c. 2014 (8/22)-An investigation by CNN reveals LC influence on many members of Congress. This prompts President Pelosi into announcing an investigation of Congressional corruption.

c. 2014 (8/23)-GJ head Emily Thorne says in an interview on CNN, that while GJ somestimes does have to kill LC agents and spy on people, GJ does have morals. She admits to denying requests by foreign governments to kill or spy on people without any evidence that they are connected with the LC. She admits that sometimes she feels guilty about some of GJ's covert operations. But she reminds everybody that if not for GJ, the LC would have ruled the free world by now. She also promises to disband GJ when the filth of the Luciferian Crusade is washed off the face of the earth. Also on this day, In The Mud blue-collar drama starring actress Jessica Lawrence, makes its hit debut, makes its hit debut,....

c. 2014 (9/1): Due to growing drought conditions fires erupt throughout the Midwest, starting in Hinckley, Minnesota,...

c. 2014 (9/10): Global Justice (GJ) announces that member state nations should raise their security levels during a press conference in Washington D.C., sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2014 (9/12)-A GJ SR-71 reconnisance plane flown by Kelly Parker with navigator Mandy Hill uncovers LC chemical weapons plants being built in North Korea. Also on this day, President Nancy Pelosi speaks before the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, New York calling upon the nations to support the efforts of Global Justice and the World League for Freedom and Democracy (WLFD), sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2014 (9/16)-An airstrike by GJ F-35's destroys the LC chemical weapons plants in North Korea. President Pelosi vows that those who aid LC will suffer grave consequences. Also on this day, Israeli Foreign Minister Anne Bayefsky suggests the need for an "Alliance for Freedom" during a speech in Tel Aviv, Israel,...

c. 2014 (9/23): Kaylie Cruz: FBI (CBS-TV) makes its hit series debut with its gritty portrayal of law enforcement,....

c. 2014 (9/24): British MP Liam Fox outlines his support for military actions outlined by U.S. President Nancy Pelosi, during a speech before the House of Commons in London, England; Also on this day, Senator Sarah Palin (R-AK) condemns the actions of Global Justice (GJ) Chair Emily Thorne stating,"Miss Thorne seems determined to collaborate with the Commies to save Europe, but is doing nothing about America...." during debate on C-SPAN-TV,....

c. 2014 (10/1): Senator Sarah Palin (R-AK) calls upon the International Criminal Court (ICC) (e.g. "the Hague") to "reign in the madness of Global Justice (GJ) during a Republican fundraiser in Austin, Texas..." Also on this day, Midnight Love biopic based on the life of R&B singer Marvin Gaye makes its hit debut starring Jamie Foxx,...

c. 2014 (10/3)- GJ F-35'S and LC SU-47's battle in the skies over Seattle. In the end, GJ proves victorious over the LC in the battle.

c. 2014 (10/7): Anti-war demonstrations against the political and military efforts of President Nancy Pelosi are held in Cincinnati, Ohio, sparking national attention and concern,...

c. 2014 (10/11): "Luciferian Crusade" supporters of General Susilo Bambang Kerbau launch a violent series of terrorist shootings, killing 29 in Jakarta, Indonesia,.....

c. 2014 (10/6): "Payson" music album by female singer Payson makes its hit debut with hit singles "F.Y.I." and "Tall Glass of $%&S" in New York City, New York, sparking international attention,....

c. 2014 (10/15): Princess Caroline, Duchess of Cambridge, visits New York City, New York with twins Anne and George, sparking international interest,...

c. 2014 (10/16): Tensions mount throughout Europe after a Global Justice (GJ) unmanned drone attacks an alleged Luciferian Crusade cell in Rostock, Germany, killing 23 people in the process,....

c. 2014 (10/31): Anti-war demonstrations are held in 300 cities across 16 countries across the globe, condemning the policies of President Nancy Pelosi's administration as the "drumbeat to war"....

c. 2014 (11/1): Amidst election scares, threats of nuclear terrorism, civic corruption, et al., General Motors and Ford announce that they are going bankrupt in Detroit, Michigan,...

c. 2014 (11/3): After a 7.9 earthquake hits Alaska, several million gallons of oil spill from a leak in the Trans-Alaskan Pipeline into the Denali National Park, sparking a massive environmental disaster,....

c. 2014 (11/4): "Austin Tucker" album by Austin Tucker makes its hit musical debut, with hit singles "So Unprofessional" and "Bromance" in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 2014 (11/5)-The Democrats, in mid-term elections, take both the House and Senate. Country singer Carrie Underwood wins a seat in Congress. Just call her Congresswoman Underwood now!

c. 2014 (11/7)- "Black Friday'-Luciferian Crusade operatives hijack and fly a plane into the Capitol buliding, killing 1,255 people. Also on this day, Vancouver Riots; Riots erupt in Vancouver, British Columbia after police attempt to breakup an anti-war demonstration, 5 are killed after rubber bullets are deployed indiscriminately against the crowd,.....

c. 2014 (11/9)- Global Justice head Emily Thorne is unhurt when an assault is launched by LC operatives on GJ headquarters in Bayonne, New Jersey. 13 GJ agents lose their lives and 8 LC operatives are killed. Thorne declares that the assault, coupled with the tragic events of 11/7, means that the LC fears the retribution of GJ.

c. 2014 (11/10)-Singer Demi Lovato says on the Today show that she supports Global Justice and the US governments efforts to vanquish the Luciferian Crusade off the faces of the earth. She also,on behalf of all her celebrity friends asks everyone to pray for the victims of 11/7 and the attack on GJ headquarters

c. 2014 (11/12)-Global Justice agent San Puckett foils a Luciferian Crusade attempt to poison the water supply of Philadelphia.

c. 2014 (11/13): Prestige Oil Spill; Liberian oil freighter Prestige runs aground off the coast of Galicia, Spain, spilling several hundred thousand gallons of crude oil into the waters, triggering a small environmental disaster,...

c. 2014 (11/30): "Jim Jackson" makes his hit musical debut in Los Angeles, California, with hit singles "Human Nature" and "Lady in My Life"; Also on this day, Musician Taylor Swift makes their best-selling album "I'm So Hot", creating a huge crossover fan base,....

c. 2014 (12/8)- Singer Demi Lovato is murdered outside her New York apartment by an obsessed fan, causing the world to act in grief and outrage.

c. 2014 (12/13)-Millions of people jam Central Park in New York to mourn slain pop star Demi Lovato. Best friend Selena Gomez sings "Give Peace A Chance" and Taylor Swift calls for everyone to live life in peace.

c. 2014 (12/14)-New York Police and Global Justice announce that Demi Lovato was not slain by an obsessed fan, but by an agent of the Luciferian Crusade.

c. 2014 (12/17): U.N. Secretary-General Ashraf Ghani condemns the actions of Global Justice (GJ), stating that they are "infringing on the basic human rights of those they oppose, simply for expediency...", citing reports by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, in New York City, New York...

c. 2014 (12/20)- Luciferian Crusade agent Missy Heier is slain during a shootout with Global Justice agents in Boston. Global Justice confirms that Heier was the person who murdered pop star Demi Lovato, but the hunt continues for the true mastermind behind the killing.

c. 2014 (12/24)-The Christmas Eve Massacre-Luciferian Crusade operatives blow up the United Nations building in New York City, New York,...

c. 2014 (12/25)-Luciferian Crusade leader, the mysterious "Issa' interrupts all worldwide TV broadcasts to warn the world that 2015 will bring apocalypse around thw world unless they surrendered to the Luciferian Crusade, stating that the attacks on the UN building and the Capitol "were just the beginning." Global Justice and all free governments vow that 2015 will bring the Luciferian Crusade's downfall in response.

c. 2015 (1/3)-Global Justice agents Alex Russo, Payson Keeler, and Jade West capture a Luciferian Crusade scientist who was responsible for making the bombs that destroyed the Capitol building and the UN building in Belgrade, Yugoslavia.

c. 2015 (1/4): With the deaths of American political leaders in the Christmas Massacre; Wall Street panics with a massive loss of confidence, causing the stock market to collapse; President Allen Roberts orders an immediate closure of the stock exchange in an effort to prevent panic selling,...

c. 2015 (1/7)-A former LC agent reveals on the Today Show (NBC-TV) that Liberace, Michael Jackson, Howard Hughes, Lindsay Lohan, and Joe Frazier wre all supporters of the Luciferian Crusade. He then reveals that Donald Trump has been secretly bankrolling LC cells in the United States.

c. 2015 (1/8): It is revealed that the claims of the "former Luciferian Crusade" are false, and that he is simply a supermarket clerk from Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Records will show that MSNBC-TV Reporter Geraldo Rivera paid $1.5 million in an effort to gain exclusive broadcast rights to the story, scandalizing the network,....

c. 2015 (1/9)-Global Justice agents take out a base where the Luciferian Crusade launched attacks against America.

c. 2015 (1/10): Conspiracy theorists Alex Jones, Drake Bailey, Benjamin Fulford, along with David Wilcock and David Icke all condemn the Global Justice front as a "blueprint" for the "New World Order" and that they are the "true face" of the Luciferian Crusade. Also on this day, In the chaos of the Luciferian Crusade attacks, Yugoslavian Ambassador Nicaolae Zmaj is named Secretary-General in Geneva, Switzerland, backed by the Soviet Union and People's Republic of China,....

c. 2015 (1/11)-Global Justice head Emily Thorne responds to the conspiracy theorists by saying "We are the good guys. We are not trying to overthrow governments. We exist only to protect democracy."

c. 2015 (1/12)-Wisconsin congresswoman Jessica Peterson announces that she will run for President, stating "It's time for America to become the beacon of light for all the world again." At 35, she would become the youngest President ever.

c. 2015 (1/15)- 2015-Luciferian Crusade operatives capture an oil well off the Gulf of Mexico, causing oil prices to skyrocket.

c. 2015 (1/16): Riots erupt in Tokyo, Moscow, Paris, London, Dublin, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Cologne, Bonn, Gothenburg, Florence, Oslo, Rotterdam, Istanbul and Cairo amidst profiteering by oil companies using the crisis as a means to boost corporate profits...

c. 2015 (1/20)-Global Justice agents retake the oil well before the LC operatives could blow it up. The world breathes a sigh of relief.

c. 2015 (1/22)-A group of billionaires announce that they are going to invest in a return to space for the US. They are going to fund, in cooperation with NASA, a planned mission to the moon sometime in 2015 or 2016.

c. 2015 (1/25): Riots erupt in Davos, Switzerland protesting the military actions of Global Justice (GJ), amidst concerns over violations of human rights,....

c. 2015 (1/26)-Adventurer Jennifer Patterson announces that she and a team of aquanauts has found the lost city of Atlantis off the coast of Spain. Scientists confirm the find, causing worldwide excitement.

c. 2015 (1/30)- A reward of $1 billion is offered for information leading to the capture or death of Luciferian Crusade leader Issa. Global Justice vows that it will not rest until Issa is either behind bars or six feet under.

c. 2015 (2/2)- Global Justice head Emily Thorne shocks many when she re-activates herself for active duty, stating that she personally will lead the manhunt for Issa. Thorne assembles a team of GJ's best operatives for the mission, codenamed, "Operation Huntress."

c. 2015 (2/15)-In a dramatic nighttime raid in the island of Sicily, Global Justice agents , acting on information from a SR-71 flight, locate Luciferian Crusade leader Issa in a compound. A GJ mission lead by GJ head Emily Thorne, and backed by Navy SEALS, SAS operatives, Israeli Mossad agents, and F-18's launched by the Navy and GJ, is launched. The team finds Issa in the compound, and she and her followers fire back. In the ensuing firefight, Issa and many of her followers are killed by GJ agents and SEALS. A LC response team, carrying chemical weapons is destroyed by GJ F-18's. In a bombshell, Issa is revealed to be a woman named Lucy Jones. Jones was a British heiress who disappeared 9 years ago. President Pelosi, in a speech to the nation, calls the raid a triumph of American spirit, but warns the world that the LC is still a threat to the free world.

Also on this day, Protests arise in United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Republic of Ireland, the United States, Canada, Australia, South Africa, Syria, India, Russia, South Korea, Japan, and Antarctica amidst concerns about the massive violations of civil rights and heavy-handed tactics of Global Justice (GJ). Global Truth Movement, founded by Canadian Socialist Michel Chossudovsky and American Progressive Stephen Lendman--both left-leaning figures with ties to conspiracy theorists and major conspiracies such as HAARP being a government weapon to use against used against "rogue states", with the power to alter the weather, disrupt regional electrical power systems, and modify the Earth's magnetic field, as well as potentially trigger earthquakes and affect people's health and the 9/11/2002 nuclear attacks in Leningrad and Washington D.C. pulled off as a "False Flag" by the government and blamed on the Luciferian Crusade. The goal of the Global Truth Movement is to "expose" the sinister workings of the Global Justice Movement

2015 (2/16)-Presidential candidate Jessica Peterson praises the Global Justice mission and the end of Issa, but calls on the government to stop war-mongering. However, she gives her full support to Global Justice, saying that the organization is doing the right thing for the free world. She also asks if Italy knew a known terrorist was living on it's property.

2015 (2/17)- The Luciferian Crusade responds to the killing of it's leader Isaa by saying that if you kill one of them, they will kill 5 of yours. Issa's second-in-command Archer is named the new leader of the LC. He calls on all LC operatives to wage a blood war with GJ and the free world.

c. 2015 (2/18)-The President of Italy calls Jessica Peterson an idiot and says it knew nothing about Issa hiding out in Sicily.

c. 2015 (2/28): Final episode of the long-running series Good Luck Charlie becomes one of the most watched shows according to Nielsen ratings,....

c. 2015 (3/10): Showtime begins negotiations to hopefully adapt Game of Thrones as a TV series...........

c. 2015 (3/15): 2015: The Global Truth Movement is endorsed by Infowars.com

c. 2015 (3/20): Berlin Riots; Global Justice (GJ) is condemned after it is discovered that the organization used drones against civilian targets within the European Union, including Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, and Greece,....

c. 2015 (3/21): David Icke, Steve Beckow and Wes Annec endorses the Global Truth Movement

c. 2015 (3/26): Bulgaria, Romania, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union, announce that they will not accept the role of Global Justice (GJ) within their territories,...

c. 2015 (3/29): Jai Singh Chopra prevents the detonation of a nuclear weapon by the Luciferian Crusade in Mumbai, India,...

c. 2015 (4/2): Drake Bailey's movement. "The Universal Voice", endorses the Global Truth Movement

c. 2015 (4/3): Typhoon devastates Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, sparking a humanitarian crisis in the region,....

c. 2015 (4/6): Conservative Leader Kathleen Parker warns of the "end of Christian America" during an appearance on FOX-TV, citing the tactics of Global Justice (GJ),...

c. 2015 (4/7): More Than BFF makes its hit debut, starring Josh Taylor in his first major film role,....

c. 2015 (4/21): American Idiot film based on the musical by Green Day and Billy Joe Armstrong makes its hit debut,....

c. 2015 (4/30): Soviet leaders condemn the World League for Feeedom and Democracy (WLFD) for its tactics before the Politburo in Moscow, fueling tensions with the United States,...

c. 2015 (5/1): Director Oliver Stone endorses the Global Truth Movement

c. 2015 (5/5): Mediaroots.org's Abby Martin endorses the Global Truth Movement

c. 2015 (5/12): Right-wing radio personality Harold Parker warns that the government under President Nancy Pelosi is being manipulated by Emily Thorne and the members of Global Justice (GJ) during a radio broadcast in Salt Lake City, Utah,..

c. 2015 (5/13): GOP Chairman Gary Bauer proclaims that "Jesus Christ would approve of torture..." during an interview on CNN-TV,...

c. 2015 (6/6): First Convention of "Global Truthers" draws 100,000 people, sparking International Attention...

c. 2015 (6/9): Minority Whip Newt Gingrich (R-GA) urges "America must rediscover God" during a rally in Atlanta, Georgia, sparking national attention,...

c. 2015 (6/16): Right-wing radio personality Harold Parker proclaims that Global Justice (GJ) is it of control and is threatening to override the Second Amendment, during a radio broadcast in Salt Lake City, Utah,...

c. 2015 (6/21)-Polls show that Jessica Peterson has a big lead over her rivals in the Presidential race.

c. 2015 (6/26): Riots erupt in Thessalonika, Greece amidst reports of human rights violations by Global Justice (GJ), sparking international attention and concern,....

c. 2015 (7/25): Kill Em' All horror film, based on the Metallica album, makes its hit film debut, directed by Robb Zombie,....

c. 2015 (7/26) -California governor John Barnett announces that he will run for the Republican nomination for President, shocking many. Barnett promises to bring values and honesty back to America.

c. 2015 (7/27): Ted Pike proclaims that efforts to maintain Emily Thorne are part of a "Socialist plot to destroy America..."

c. 2015 (7/28): Oil tanker MV Tasman Spirit runs aground, off the coast of Karachi, Pakistan, spilling several hundred thousand gallons of crude oil into the waters, causing a massive environmental disaster,....

c. 2015 (8/1): Clybourne Park film based on the play by Bruce Norris, directed by Tyler Perry starring Angela Bassett, Samuel L. Jackson Jr., and Forrest Whittaker, makes its hit debut,

c. 2015 (8/5): Amidst concerns over the actions of Global Justice, Soviet Premier Gennady Zyuganov launches an oil embargo against the nations of the European Union, during a conference in Paris, France,...

c. 2015 (8/5-15): Screen Actors Guild (SAG) launches a strike protesting the rise of Internet actors/providers and non-union outlets, in Hollywood, California,....

c. 2015 (8/7): Senator Sarah Palin (R-AK) warns of "death panels" created by Global Justice (GJ) against American citizens, during a rally in Anchorage, Alaska,...

c. 2015 (8/13): Chinese scientists led by Zhen Shun Guo and Yuen Man Fung warn government officials that cybernetic soldiers have a capability for rebellion in Beijing,...

c. 2015 (8/15)-Protests against the Soviet government begin in Moscow, demanding free rights.

c. 2015 (8/16)-Soviet deputy minister Vladimir Petrov calls the Soviet system a dying policy in a speech to the Politburo.

c. 2015 (8/17)-Soviet premier Gennady Zyuganov dies after suffering a major heart attack in his Moscow home. Deputy minister Vladimir Petrov is named his replacement.

c. 2015 (8/18) -A massive rally in Red Square demands that Free elections be held in the Soviet Union to decide the future course of the government.

c. 2015 (8/19)-New Soviet premier Vladimir Petrov promises the Soviet people that he will seek fair rights for the Soviet people. He also vows to work with the Americans to bring about peace on earth.

c. 2015 (8/25): Former V.P. Carol Mosley Braun accuses Emily Thorne of being a "war criminal" in an editorial in the Chicago Tribune, pointing to the "extraordinary rendition" and the cases of incursions into allied nations (e.g. Germany)....

c. 2015 (9/1) Global Justice (GJ) unmanned drone shoots down Aeroflot Flight #279, killing 106 passengers, including Politburo member Boris Yeltsin over the Sea of Japan,....

c. 2015 (9/2) U.S.S. John Stennis and U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt are decommissioned after concerns about the military worthiness of large capital ships is placed into question by Congressional leaders,...

c. 2015 (9/4): Hurricane makes landfall in Recife, Brazil, sparking a humanitarian crisis for the region,....

c. 2015 (9/14): KGB officials arrest opposition leader Gennady Gudkov in Moscow, citing his links to Global Justice (GJ), fueling tensions between the United States and Soviet Union,...

c. 2015 (9/15): News website DalNews goes online, becoming one of the largest news sites on the Internet, starting in Daly City, California,...

c. 2015 (9/18): Soviet Premier Vladimir Petrov expels the American diplomatic delegation, accusing them of being Global Justice (GJ) spies and citing them as the "military wing of American imperialism"....

c. 2015 (9/23): U.N. Secretary-General Nicolae Zmaj condemns the actions of Global Justice (GJ), calling Emily Thorne a "war criminal guilty of crimes against humanity..."

c. 2015 (9/30): Actor Leonardo Di Caprio dies in a helicopter crash outside of Venice, Italy, while attending a film shoot, sparking massive media coverage and mourning across the globe,..

c. 2015 (10/8) : Floyd Brown, FOX-TV news commentator, states,"Does President Pelosi simply hate Christianity?... Does she hate the United States.. or Both?" during a broadcast in New York City, New York,...

c. 2015 (10/12): Citing the U.S. oil corporations, Soviet Premier Vladimir Petrov condemns American foreign policy as "an attack on the Russian people"...

c. 2015 (10/17): Hurricane Wendy makes landfall in Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, disrupting travel throughout the region; Also on this day, Alabama Chainsaw Massacre directed by Uwe Bolls makes its hit film debut, despite accusations of the film being "torture porn".....

c. 2015 (10/26): 11/22/1963 film based on the Stephen King novel, starring Morgan Freeman, Woody Harrelson, and Diane Lane, makes its hit debut, featuring a time-travel plot to prevent the JFK assassination,...

c. 2015 (11/1): Video is leaked on the Internet of and through various VR sites of torture committed by Global Justice against members of the Luciferian Crusade, from sites in Yugoslavia, Nicaragua, and Indonesia,....

c. 2015 (11/2)-The leaked video is proven to be a hoax perpetrated by the LC to discredit GJ.

c. 2015 (11/8): Alan Nunnlee (R-MS) proclaims a "Crusade to Save America" in Meridian, Mississippi, sparking national attention,...

c. 2015 (11/15): Soviet Military leaders inform GJ representatives that certain parts of Soviet territory is off limits in Lausanne, Switzerland. The Soviets inform them that any action inside their nation will result in dire consequences. Also on this day, Global Justice arrests University of Southern California graduate Catherine C. Fournier after she confesses to being a mole for Luciferian Crusade agents in the 4/5/13 incident. After interrogations through waterboarding she claims that she helped when approached by the Luciferian Crusade in order to "scare" House of Anubis star Nathalia Ramos into not leaving the show because she claimed she had a vision of the future where her "favourite couple" in that show would "split up" as a result of Nathalia leaving and replaced by something "very shallow" so she claims she had to do that to ensure that they stay "together forever". Fournier was deemed insane and placed into a mental asylum for the rest of her life.

c. 2015 (11/20): Miami Riots; Riots erupt in Miami, Florida protesting against the actions of Global Justice (GJ), sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2015 (12/3)-Soviet premier Vladimir Petrov is assassinated in Moscow. The people of the Soviet Union begin to protest and demand democracy.

c. 2015 (12/4)-Gennady Gudkov is mysteriously installed as Soviet Prime Minister. Gudkov immediately dissolves the Politburo and announces free elections in March.

c. 2015 (12/6): Bust of Nefertiti from Tell el-Amarna, Egypt is uncovered by an Egyptian archaeological team, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2015 (12/11)-Emily Thorne announces the unthinkable-the Luciferian Crusade has infiltrated and seized control of Global Justice. Thorne says most of her top agents fled and took all of the important documents and equipment before the LC could reach them. She also vows that the LC will fall and good will triumph in the end.

c. 2015 (12/14): Chinese Military high command issues the same warning as the Soviets in Brasilia, Brazil ...

c. 2015 (12/21)-Predident Nancy Pelosi and her cabinet are killed when a LC missile strikes the White House. Fears are now that the LC has conquered Global Justice, they may overthrow the US government. Also on this day, Jump 1980s period comedy starring Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis, makes its hit debut,....

c. 2015 (12/22): House Speaker Allen Roberts becomes President of the United States. He is joined by Defense Secretary Nobel whom was late to attend the cabinet meeting. Former Global Justice agents and US forces defend Washington from Luciferian Crusade agents. They are successful in turning back the threat.

c. 2015 (12/24): Soviet Defense Minister Marshal Bukarov has and Soviet motorized troops take the Kremlin and lock down Moscow. He has removed the Premier and take office as General Secretary. He orders a national state of emergency and orders all elections temporarily off. "The Soviet people may have freedom, but not in situation like this!"

c. 2015 (12/31): Soviet Nuclear forces remain under the control of Loyalist forces...

c. 2016 (1/2)- Emily Thorne says that the LC is attempting to start World War 3.

c. 2016 (1/4): Marshal Bukarov states the USSR's nuclear forces are under control.

c. 2016 (1/6): Millions of people across the globe wait in line for the sale of the latest generation of the "e-Wooster" personal home droids by the Ares Corporation,...

c. 2016 (1/9)-Emily Thorne forms the Alliance for Freedom. She also wants to talk to Bukarov.

c. 2016 (1/14): Soviet Representatives, including Marshal Bukarov, arrive for talks with Alliance representatives. The Soviets want to let their own people pick their destiny without any outside interference from LC or any other body.

c. 2016 (1/16) -President Roberts condemns the LC for seizing control of GJ. He says that he hopes Emily Thorne can get an alliance of world powers to fight off the LC once and for all and says that she has his full support. Also on this day,The Soviets agree to join the Alliance for Freedom, as they found out the financing papers are forged in an attempt to weaken the Soviet state at once; Also on this day, Julian Assange, Wikileaks, reveals video evidence of "aggressive interrogation" of Luciferian Crusade suspects at Project NEPTUNE. One video shows a suspect loaded into an airlock and being forced to experience atmospheric pressure changes until he is bleeding out of every orifice. A second video shows inmates water boarded....

c. 2016 (1/21): Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi calls for the immediate arrest and imprisonment of Emily Thorne for "crimes against humanity" during a speech before the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland,....

c. 2016 (1/25)-Taylor Swift shocks her fans with her new music video, which features her grinding naked with 2 men and a woman, causing controversy.

c. 2016 (2/2): Right-wing radio personality Harold Parker warns that "unless Emily Thorne is sacked from Global Justice (GJ), the Lucies will win!" during a radio broadcast in Salt Lake City, Utah,...

c. 2016 (2/3): Senator John McCain (R-AZ) proclaims that the "Alliance for Freedom" is the only way to preserve democracy against the Luciferian Crusade, during a conference in Sedona, Arizona,.....

c. 2016 (2/12): Rick Scarborough announces his "Mandate to Save America" during a speech in Austin, Texas, sparking international attention and concern,...

c. 2016 (2/24): Lithuanian nationalist Rolandas Paksas is arrested and tortured by Soviet forces in Vilnius, Lithuania SSR under orders by Soviet Premier Petrov...

c. 2016 (2/25): Governor Jesse Ventura (I-MN) leads a rally for the Global Truth Movement in Minneapolis, Minnesota, attacking Global Justice as "gangsters in Brooks Brothers suits..."

c. 2016 (2/27): German Chancellor Angela Merkel calls for a criminal trial for the criminal misconduct of Emily Thorne before the Hague, during a speech in Berlin, Germany, citing the attack on Rostock,....

c. 2016 (3/3): President Allen Roberts announces in a televised address from Washington D.C., that the country has been forced to default on its loans, further worsening the world financial crisis,...

c. 2016 (3/7): U.S. Army General David Petraeus is nominated by Republican leaders as a possible replacement for Emily Thorne over Global Justice (GJ) resources, now named Alliance for Freedom, in Washington D.C.,....

c. 2016 (3/8): Governor Jesse Ventura (I-MN) demands that 250,000 documents be released regarding Global Justice (GJ), fueling support for a possible presidential bid,....

c, 2016 (3/13): European Union (EU) announce that Emily Thorne is banned from travel to any of the nations of the European Union (EU) after a ruling by the Hague, the International Criminal Court (ICC),....

c. 2016 (3/19): My Two Moms (CBS-TV) sitcom starring Candace Cameron and Jodie Sweetin, makes its hit series debut, despite threats of boycott by the Family Research Council and Church of Latter-Day Saints,....

c. 2016 (3/22): Soviet leaders condemn President Allen Roberts and the Alliance for Freedom as "a threat to the security and stability of the world, acting solely at the whim of the U.S. government..."

c. 2016 (3/29): Czechoslovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal and France announce their formal withdrawal from the Alliance for Freedom in a press conference in Brussels, Belgium, citing the "reckless and haphazard policies of Emily Thorne..."

c. 2016 (3/30): The Daily Dirt (MTV) becomes one of the most popular shows, with its focus on the excess of young celebrities and billionaires,...

c. 2016 (4/1): Ted Olson, President of the Family Research Council (FRC) proclaims that "We must support a Christian ticket, to redeem this country...."

c. 2016 (4/29): Warsaw Riots; Riots erupt in Warsaw, Poland over the policies of Global Justice (GJ), as supporters and opponents clash in a massive street battle, sparking calls for martial law,....

c. 2016 (5/16): True Light Ministries purchases the Los Angeles Times in a major deal, securing a massive network for Christian fundamentalists; Also on this day, Turkish nationalists launch riots in Istanbul, Ankara, another major cities demanding the withdrawal of the Alliance for Freedom,..

c. 2016 (5/21) : Amidst concern over the threat of the Luciferian Crusade, the U.S. Pacific Fleet is consolidated at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii,...

c. 2016 (5/28): Guadalajara Riots; Riots erupt in Guadalajara, Mexico over the rise in food prices and food shortages across the globe, sparking international attention and concern...

c. 2016 (5/29): Private Dancer sexually charged thriller starring Chloë Grace Moretz, makes its hit debut,...

c. 2016 (6/2): In a speech given to the Alliance of Freedom by Emily Thorne in Chicago, the "truthseeker" Mu Lam sneaks into the building and tries to shoot Emily Thorne....through he is taken down by Guards he manages to shoot Emily Thorne................

c. 2016 (6/8): Canadian leaders led by PM Michael Duffy announce an end to the "Open Borders" policy, during a speech in Ottawa, Ontario,...

c. 2016 (6/15): Meiji-Sanriku Disaster; 27,000 people are killed after a 9.1 earthquake occurs near Honshu, Japan, triggering a tsunami, fueling a massive humanitarian disaster,....

c. 2016 (6/23) -Airwolf ; Movie version of the 1980's TV show "Airwolf" starring Jennifer Lawrence as Stringfellow Hawke, Taylor Lautner as her friend Charlie Santini, Bruce Willis as Dominic Santini, Matt Damon as Michael Coldsmith Briggs III, and Daniel Craig as Dr. Moffett makes a blockbuster debut at the box office.

c. 2016 (7/10): Soviet Premier Vladimir Petrov accuses "Homosexuals spreading the plague for Israeli-American interests...." during a rally in Red Square, fueling fears of a crackdown,....

c. 2016 (7/22)-Emily Thorne is reported missing.

c. 2016 (7/24): Archaeologists uncover the remains of Macchu Picchu, Peru, sparking international attention to the lost Incan culture,...

c. 2016 (7/25)-Emily Thorne is discovered half-conscious and bleeding in a warehouse in Chicago. She is immediately taken to a hospital.

c. 2016 (8/5): According to a poll, 53% of Americans support the Global Truth movement, sparking international attention there are also an reported 5 million Global Truthers worldwide, sparking further tensions...........

c. 2016 (8/5-8/21): The Summer Olympics are held in Madrid, Spain, amidst heavy security and protests against Global Justice (GJ). King Juan Carlos I launches the ceremonies under tight guard....

c. 2016 (8/24): Chuck Baldwin warns his congregation that the Alliance for Freedom represents a "clear and present danger to liberty" during a speech in Pensacola, Florida, citing the 2014 Norwegian situation,...

c. 2016 (8/31): Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International report c. 75,000-125,000 suspected LGBT persons have been rounded up by the Polish government for "re-education camps"....

c. 2016 (9/16): U.N. Secretary-General Nicolae Zmaj warns that Global Justice (GJ) committed an "illegal war and breached both the spirit and letter of the U.N. Charter..." during a speech in Geneva, Switzerland.

c. 2016 (9/20): I Married My BFF (FOX-TV) sitcom starring Bridgit Mendler and Debby Ryan makes its hit debut, sparking a debate about race and gender relations in America,...

c. 2016 (9/22) -Charlotte In Charge starring Ayla Kell, makes its hit television debut on CBS.

c. 2016 (9/24): LA Vice (NBC-TV) crime series starring Miguel Lopez, makes its hit debut amidst criticism over the show's violence and graphic language. Also on this day, The Book of Mormon film based on the musical by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, starring Zoe Saldanna, makes its hit debut,...

c. 2016 (10/11): Polish and Hungarian governments announce crackdowns against suspected LGBT members as "foreign agents"..,

c. 2016 (10/16): True Light Ministries organizes rallies in support of the Global Truth Movement in Washington D.C., sparking national attention,...

c. 2016 (10/21): Polish pro-democracy leader Jakob Rakiewic is arrested in Gdansk, Poland as a "suspected paediophile and homosexual..."

c. 2016 (10/22): The Testament of Mary film based on the play by Colm Tóibín, makes its hit debut, amidst protests by Christian fundamentalist groups,...

c. 2016 (10/26): Right-wing radio personality Harold Parker blames the economic troubles facing the country on the "socialistic policies of Pelosi, and the hamstrung policies of a government unwilling to fight with both fists,..."

c. 2016 (10/29): Vampire Queen starring Ashley Lane and Josh Taylor, launches the controversial but highly profitable horror film franchise,....

c. 2016 (10/30): Using his facilities and resources, Edward E. "Doc" Gold is credited with deflecting an asteroid from hitting the planet, earning him praise as a "national hero",..,

c. 2016 (10/31): Sikh leader Dalip Singh Saund announces a call for peace between Hindus and Sikhs in Mumbai, ending years of sectarian violence,....

c. 2016 (11/2): Floridan Lawyer and Global Truther Louis "Frankeinstein" Leo IV, who heads the radical "People Over Politics" activist group, leads 25,000 Global truthers on a "March Across Corruption" across America the stated goal of which is to expose the corrupting influence of money and special interests in governance and public policy making; to provide a forum for people to organize and speak out against corruption; and to educate the public about the consequences of corruption. Some people believe that the real goal of a Nationwide March across 48 states was to "incite rebellion" against the Global Justice Movement.

c. 2016 (11/4): Concurrent marches held across America, some of the state governors and various mayors in major US cities more wary or outright hostile of the Global Justice Movement plan to welcome the nationwide march when they arrive in their respective state. Sparking international attention...

c. 2016 (11/8)-Republican congresswoman Jessica Peterson defeats Democratic challenger John Barnett to become President of the United States. At 35, Peterson becomes the youngest President in history. Peterson promises that America will become the great power it once was again. She also vows to crush America's enemies "by any means necessary." Peterson's running mate is Minnesota congressman Michael Nelson.

c. 2016 (11/30): "Lauren Tanner" album by Lauren Tanner makes its hit musical debut, with hit singles "Aloha, Babe!" and "XOXO" in Los Angeles, California,....

c. 2016 (12/2): Soviet Premier Vladimir Petrov warns newly-elected President Jessica Peterson that, "We will not entertain any broach of Soviet territory or sovereignty, by either the United States or it's associates, including Global Justice..." during a televised address in Moscow,...

c. 2016 (12/3): Indian officials announce the launch of ISRO Aakashagami-1 in Sriharikota, India, as a symbol of the resurrection of the country after the terrorist attacks in 2001,...

c. 2016 (12/27): In a dedication ceremony in Hollywood, California, the leaders of every major production company dedicate a monument to the victims and survivors of the 2011 nuclear disaster....

c. 2016 (12/29): National Right to Life, Americans United for Life, and Citizens for Life lead a rally in Washington D.C., proclaiming that America lost its "divine protection" when it allowed abortion on demand....

c. 2018 (3/5): After a staggering delay of 5 years, the final A Song of Ice and Fire Novel, A Time for Wolves is finally released

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George H.W. Bush/ Jack Kemp: January 20, 1989- January 20, 1993
Ross Perot/Colin Powell: January 20, 1993-July 3, 1993
Colin Powell/Mitt Romney: July 4, 1993-January 20, 2001
Donald Rumsfeld/Pat Buchanan: January 20, 2001-December 3, 2004
Pat Buchanan/Ezola Foster : December 3, 2004-January 20, 2005
Joseph Lieberman/Carol Mosely Braun: January 20, 2005-January 20, 2013
Mitt Romney/Gary Johnson: January 20, 2013-May 27th, 2013
Nancy Pelosi/ Ron Paul: May 28th, 2013- March 23rd, 2014
Nancy Pelosi/Amy Klobaclar: March 23rd, 2014- December 21st, 2015
Allen Roberts/?: December 21st, 2015- ?
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Here is another item to show that the ATL is actually pretty badass. I give you Street Hawk (ABC-TV):

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1985 (1/4): Motorcycle enthusiast Jesse Smith is recruited by the U.S. Justice Department to battle crime on the streets as "Road Eagle" starting in Los Angeles, California,....
Wow! Certainly that will open a trend about "hobby" heroes in TTL
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Wow! Certainly that will open a trend about "hobby" heroes in TTL
(in the most desperate sounding voice possible) Hey!!! Street Hawk was a legitimate show like Baywatch Nights and Knight Rider......
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(in the most desperate sounding voice possible) Hey!!! Street Hawk was a legitimate show like Baywatch Nights and Knight Rider......
Mm... Now I remember, that Street Hawk was a guy clad in black?
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Mm... Now I remember, that Street Hawk was a guy clad in black?
With a motorcycle that shot lasers....
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With a motorcycle that shot lasers....
Whoa, I think I remembered him... and that's an excellent addition to the TL. BTW, I think I'll finish the World Cup today, so soon we'll have that update and the Second Short Story: Karel Mirado

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Here are a few PODs based on some British series:

1969 (9/21): Father Joseph O'Reilly uncovers a series of computers controlled by the Luciferian Crusade in Dresden, East Germany,....

1969 (11/2): Luciferian Crusade members launch an attack on NATO weapons research facility in Strasbourg, France,...

1969 (12/7): Vatican Intelligence Services prevent an assassination attempt against Queen Elizabeth II in London, England,...

1998 (9/29): British MI6 Agent "Jerry-68" steals a Soviet fighter bomber from Baikonur, in an attempt to prevent a major arms race between the United States and Soviet Union,...

2013 (1/5): British MI6 Agent "Jerry-68" sneaks a "broken arrow" (e.g. lost nuclear weapon) out of the polar region of the Soviet Siberian airspace,....

2013 (2/16): Failed assassination attempt on PM Robert Runciman in Ottawa, Ontario. Questions arise as to whether the Luciferian Crusade was involved in the cat tack...

2013 (3/16): British MI6 Agent "Jerry-68" uncovers evidence of an orbital nuclear weapon from detonating, as a EMP weapon by the Luciferian Crusade,...
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Something that just came to mind. After looked at Cracked.com, one universe that seems to follow the same rules as the ATL, and has as much gunplay is the Quentin Tarantino universe.... Any thoughts on this observation?
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Something that just came to mind. After looked at Cracked.com, one universe that seems to follow the same rules as the ATL, and has as much gunplay is the Quentin Tarantino universe.... Any thoughts on this observation?
I haven't thought that, but yes, this ATL has not only our "Abrams-esque", but bits of Kill Bill (maybe because Katanas are Just Better?) and another movies of the Tarantino-verse. How about going to that direction?
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Dear all!:

Sorry for the delay, but RL and work issues had me a bit disconnected of this TL, but as always, I'm back on track, let's see the matches...

Group A

(insert date here) Colombia-Turkey (2 : 2)
(insert date here) Switzerland-England (1 : 3)
(insert date here) England-Turkey (2 : 1)
(insert date here) Colombia-Switzerland (2 : 1)
(insert date here) England-Colombia (1 : 0) - Colombia, Turkey and England classify
(insert date here) Turkey-Switzerland (1 : 1)

Group B

(insert date here) Cameroon-Brazil (2 : 3)
(insert date here) Germany-Argentina (1 : 1)
(insert date here) Brazil-Argentina (3 : 3)
(insert date here) Cameroon-Germany (2 : 3)
(insert date here) Brazil-Germany (3 : 2) - Brazil, Germany and Argentina classify
(insert date here) Cameroon-Argentina (1 : 4)

Group C

(insert date here) US-Italy (1 : 3)
(insert date here) Honduras-Ghana (3 : 2)
(insert date here) Italy-Ghana (4 : 0)
(insert date here) US-Honduras (3 : 1)
(insert date here) US-Ghana (2 : 2) - Italy, Ghana and the US classify
(insert date here) Honduras-Italy (1 : 3)

Group D

(insert date here) Philippines-Japan (1 : 3)
(insert date here) Chile-Spain (2 : 2)
(insert date here) Japan-Chile (2 : 1)
(insert date here) Philippines-Spain (1 : 2)
(insert date here) Japan-Spain (3 : 2) - Japan, Chile and Spain classify
(insert date here) Philippines-Chile (1 : 2)

Group E

(insert date here) Russia-Saudi Arabia (2 : 2)
(insert date here) Australia-South Korea (2 : 3)
(insert date here) South Korea-Saudi Arabia (4 : 2)
(insert date here) Russia-Australia (1 : 1)
(insert date here) South Korea-Russia (2 : 1) - South Korea, Russia and Australia classify
(insert date here) Australia-Saudi Arabia (3 : 1)
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EDIT: Initial phase matches ended, for now, no stars at the moment, but don't worry... the second phase of the World Cup starts in the next update...
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I haven't thought that, but yes, this ATL has not only our "Abrams-esque", but bits of Kill Bill (maybe because Katanas are Just Better?) and another movies of the Tarantino-verse. How about going to that direction?
I can certainly go with that idea. It would certainly explain the lack of gun control measures, and it explains many of the pop culture twists as well. China and Japan are definitely seeing more gunplay in the ATL. I can see martial arts being more influential and widespread.
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I can certainly go with that idea. It would certainly explain the lack of gun control measures, and it explains many of the pop culture twists as well. China and Japan are definitely seeing more gunplay in the ATL. I can see martial arts being more influential and widespread.
Can we talk about combining Martial Arts as we know them with technology? (Not only genetics or cibernetics)
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Can we talk about combining Martial Arts as we know them with technology? (Not only genetics or cibernetics)
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