One’s natural instinct is to feel bad and demand a reaction from your rulers, ie. the government in the case of a tragedy. A hoax researcher’s first reaction is to call bullshit, and this little ditty has all the hallmarks of being fake. It’s been about 6 months since the Amanda Todd Hoax -so perhaps the public needs a refresher. Notice this event is on the exact opposite side of the country.
Check the video in the link of the “mother” of this vicSim. Her matter of fact demeanor and her description of “cutting down her daughter” who apparently hanged herself is beyond emotionless.
Same old patterns:
- bullied to the point of suicide
- Went through health system to remedy situation
- school System let her down
- justice system lets her down
- out of school system so school can’t comment
- pictures taken and circulated
- heartless school (students) continued to taunt and abandon her
- donation system set up – including the SPCA????
A Nova Scotia teen took her own life after she was raped by four boys and then endured a year-and-a-half of bullying by her schoolmates, the girl’s mother says.
Leah Parsons says her daughter Rehtaeh attempted suicide last Thursday and was taken off life support Sunday evening.
Other oddities: her name is “Heather” spelled backwards.
Her facebook page, as per psyOp protocol, is up immediately, complete with mother’s manifesto.
Her facebook “relatives” have contrived looking profiles and photographs. There is some believable depth to them – these psyOps are planned months or years in advance so much time is spent building vicRelative personas.
Now, I’ve mentioned this before – is teen suicide, rape, and bullying a real problem in Canada – and therefore worth creating a fake event – a noble lie – to make legislation and laws? Does the end justify the means?
My answer is NO. What’s yours?
It’s hard to believe fakery when the PM chimes in on a fake case. Is it possible he doesn’t get to know of the fakery? Unlikely. His simple commenting on the hoax makes the cognitive dissonance even stronger. Those that rule over us aren’t fooling around.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says as a father he is “sickened” by the alleged events that led to the death of 17-year-old Rehtaeh Parsons.