Elvis may indeed not be dead.
Daylight Savings Time,The Manhattan Project, Nukes Don’t Exist, Caffeine Buzz, The Holonet, The Courts, Judges, Attorneys, The Law, The System, The Sheriff don’t give one rats ass about your happy slave behind, Interdependence, Hippies, Vietnam, Canker Sore Cure, Farmers Markets, The Bates Method, Self Sufficiency, Statism vs Religion, Sam Harris vs. Redneck Philosophy, Is Elvis Still Alive? How the hell do we really know for sure? I’m mean, come on…how do you REALLY know? How can you be so sure?REALLY???….hoaxbusterscall.com
Chris also talks about the holoweb. http://www.jimstonefreelance.com/russiasnowdengame.html
While the above site is another jew-bash fest and believes in sim-Snowden, it is an interesting concept that they could be presenting different websites to different people. That in itself seems to be an engineering feat that’s mostly unnecessary. I believe there is ghosting and other ways to alter and block different pages, but I’m not sure to what extent there is a parallel internet to keep people away from sites they may consider dissenting.
An airline thriller author weighs in on the missing plane:
I think the flight deck was compromised. The terrorists turned the transponder off. They told the captain to fly the plane toward a different city. Hong Kong comes to mind, but they could have turned back to Singapore, or head anywhere in range with one mission in mind: Create another 911 event.
Fakeologist’s theory is that most of the top writers of psyOps are in fact known authors who spend their days and nights writing fiction that the public actually buys. Those most successful authors are probably at the top of the pay scale due to their ability to attract an audience.
Must be hard for the writers of psyOps to keep quiet, seeing their work go viral, worldwide, and public. Perhaps this writer was told to speak to add to the disinfo, as more and more people are taking to the new view of fakeology in media.
Here’s most likely a fake story, based on real situations.
“This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are either the product of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.” via www.redlandsfortnightly.org/pa…
Iit’s easier to write a fake story, then to actually go out and find a real case. A fake story can fit your narrative perfectly, without having to mold or shape a real situation and get permissions. Sadly, the bottom line is you are being lied to.
Two years after his Cuban wife left him, John-Barry Livingstone is left with more than a broken heart.