Fakery close to home

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As mentioned before, it’s easy to dismiss psyops that happen in your own backyard.

It appears this fairly minor psyop has come to Canada. This story has not made much of an impression on the world stage. While it was implied Canadians were involved early on, it seems now the producers have had some time to create a few simExtremeists.

The usual demonization of Muslims is the simple theme. Radicalization of three boys of different ethnicities helps emphasize the multicultural flavor of Canada. The “it can happen to any young man” meme is born.

As usual, the imagery is fuzzy and unclear. The school picture goes a step further to blur out all the other children. The face of the simStudent is poorly inserted/created within the hoodie.

There are very few details of any of simSuspects.

Don’t expect any, as a sleepy public really only needs the broad strokes. The KISS rule applies to psyOps too.

Canadians in Algeria attack went overseas with 3rd man – Canada – CBC News www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/2013/04/02/algeria-attack-canadians-aaron-yoon-london-ontario.html…

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  1. aral sea

    I listened to this on CBC radio this morning and it seemed so fake to me. Three kids from three different cultural backgrounds in a small Canadian city become Muslim terrorists? Omar Khadr again?

    PS. The third kid is Korean who was in North Algeria. Subtle reference to North Korea who is again being demonized.

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