Softening people up for the upcoming drill? Be afraid shitizens! Buy your firewalls! Protect yourselves from the upcoming cyber attack! Duck and cover, computer style!
I suppose having the dump trucks line up the same day would have been too obvious, but it appears that the school will be replaced by one costing 10x that of a normal school and that the demolition crew is sworn to secrecy. Even if none of this were true, it still should make the average person question whatever happened at Sandy Hoax.
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Warning: Don’t read this website, or other “conspiracy” websites. You may want to off yourself after.
Like the other researchers, he is wary, or perhaps that should be weary, of delving into the darker recesses of the conspiracy world.
“The minute you get into the JFK stuff, and the minute you sniff at the 9/11 stuff, you begin to lose the will to live,” he told the audience in Cambridge.
For me it’s quite the opposite. After learning what “they” have been up to this past lifetime or so, I’m relieved to know that most or all of the evil and fear they’ve been spreading is false. Now I want to live and help others live even more!No tags for this post.
Another incident, another anti-bullying-on-the-road website, with so many suspicious aspects, including a funeral at what I call the psyOp funeral home, a “twin” brother (like the twin ass-tro-not Mark and Scott Kelly), a non-citizen “rapper” who is held in federal jail, no details of the charges (court details), fuzzy pictures from Youtube.
Jose Renteria was sentenced to three years and four months for the hit-and-run that claimed the life of the Ajax boy, according to media reports. The Ecuadorian rap artist had pleaded guilty to dangerous driving causing death and failing to remain at the scene.
Does this site seem like it was created by the family, with a tagline like this?
Justice Advocacy for Children Over Unruly Drivers and Bullies
Very interesting page worth a look from the Book of Knowledge: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Index_of…
- Airborne leaflet propaganda
- Astroturfing / Astroturf PR: fake grassroots
- Atrocity story
- Bandwagon effect
- Big lie
- Black propaganda
- Card stacking
- Code word
- Communist propaganda
- Corporate image
- Corporate propaganda
- Cult of personality
- Disinformation: providing false information
- Dog-whistle politics
- Enterperience: fusing entertainment and experience together
- Euphemisms, as done deliberately to advance a cause or position (see also Political correctness)
- Front organization
- Glittering generality
- Homophobic propaganda
- Information warfare: the practice of disseminating information in an attempt to advance your agenda relative to a competing viewpoint
- Junk science
- Lesser of two evils principle
- Loaded language
- Marketing: commercial and business techniques
- Media bias
- Media manipulation: the attempt to influence broadcast media decisions in an attempt to present your view to a mass audience
- Misuse of statistics
- News management: PR techniques concerned with the news media
- News propaganda
- Plain folks
- Propaganda film
- Public service announcement
- Revolutionary propaganda
- Self propaganda
- Social marketing: techniques used in behavioral change, such as health promotion
- Sound science
- Rebuttal: a type of news management technique
- Transfer (propaganda)
- Video news release
- Weasel Word
- White propaganda
- Yellow journalism
h/t Jan Erik
As referenced on last night’s call, we have this little gem that I consulted the wicked book of knowledge on:
By the occultic numbers
- 106 cars
- 33rd car derailed
- 11 cars had propane
- 3 cars of caustic soda
- 3 cars of toulane
In this article, the writer and former lobbyist/association head wondered, on the 33rd anniversary of the event, when the next big rail disaster would occur. He didn’t have to wait too long…we had the Lac Megantic psYOp/hoax half a year later.
The Toronto papers (and I suppose other worldwide media) sends their reporters to Cuba to cover the latest book in the 9/11 fairy tales. It’s being written on the fly. There certainly is no need to hurry this OJ-style, completely fictional trial. The longer they can delay it (timely justice is ignored in this case, conveniently), the longer they can carry this lie into the next generation of beLIEvers.
There have been months of pre-trial motions in the case, and there are still months of debates to go. Martins hopes the trial will start in the fall of 2014. Defence lawyers say that is wildly ambitious.
Great post by Simon on the 9/11 memorials, including the one in New Jersey where apparently the opening ceremony was canceled due to lack of interest. If there were real victims, then by extrapolation there would be real families, numbering into the 10s of thousands. Surely if even 10% of them showed up, you could have got a bit of a crowd? Where’s Bob McIlvaine when you need him?
Reflecting Absence into the Empty Sky
You may already know that the two big memorial pools at Ground Zero are called “Reflecting Absence”…
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I think Stackpot’s correct in labeling this predictive programming of some sort.
based on this video:
this is the author’s profile:
(33 videos!) plus all the usual conspiracy type channels to make you think he’s on your side (and/or a kook).
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As 11/22 bears down on us, it’s amazing how well oiled the media machine that THEY own works. Right down to the timing of the release of his book (10/22), we see how framing the debate and controlling the propaganda/opposition works.
Here’s a throw-away interview with an author who may be involved in helping create the conspiracy theories of today. While I am sure psyOp divisions have stacks of authors creating fiction, I am also sure the publicly known authors must consult to assist in selling what’s popular.
This article (in clearly controlled Al Jazeera, who the average human might think would be on the opposing side of the Western media – ha! think again!), demonstrates how conspiracy theory research is a dead-end, do-nothing waste of time. Move along curious people, there’s nothing to see here. In fact, this author states that it’s down right dangerous to look into this!
Q. Reddit has made headlines recently in terms of people banding together in an online forum to solve things — the Boston bombings is one example, I know there have been others — I’m wondering if you have any thoughts on this crowd-sourcing approach and how the Internet drives theories?
A. I think the Internet is beautiful when it brings together facts. I think the Internet is dangerous when it brings together theories.
To borrow a line from Adam Curry on noagenda.com, thank you for your courage fellow fakeologists! You’re doing daring work!
ps: There seems to be a record number of books being propagated these days on JFK. Is this going to be the last major kick at the JFK conspiracy can for them?No tags for this post.