“Fear is a government’s greatest weapon. With it, they can convince a people that they need to abandon their freedom. In exchange, they get safety. Of course, you just trade one monster for another, but by the time the people realize this, it is too late.” --Victor Methos
I called a snakeologist today and asked a few questions about Canada’s big psyOp of the week, the SSSSnake psyOp.
Needless to say that his information only confirms in my mind that we are dealing with another fake event. Now how much is fake? Be clear that an exotic animal store probably exists. A funeral was probably held. Interviews were really conducted. All events that can be easily constructed like a movie, complete with actors. A psyOp is a composite event, and because it mixes reality with fakery, it is very difficult to discern which parts are manufactured.
Everytime I get alerted to a MSM article on fakery, I am always disappointed when I read through it. Here is a fairly incoherent article equating those that research the Hadfield/ISS space hoax to be nutters.
It took less than two months after the beloved astronaut Chris Hadfield’s return from space for Earth to prove once again that it’s not worth coming back to.
In an article in this month’s issue of Blacklock’s Reporter – an Ottawa-based, subscription-only news service apparently run by a group of uppity hobbits – there is a Woodward-and-Bernstein-style exposé on how Mr. Hadfield allegedly had a team of PR experts running the social-media campaign that shot the Canadian astronaut to international fame.