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Death is an evolution

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What are we to make of this story?

Is it put out just for advanced 9/11 researchers, like us hoax/fakeologists?

Are we to subconsciously realize there is no hope in what we are doing, so we should start planning our evolution into the grave?

Discuss.

9/11 conspiracy theorist and investigative journalist Michael Ruppert has reportedly committed suicide.

The 63-year-old former narcotics investigator with the LAPD shot himself after his radio show, according to an announcement by author Carolyn Baker who was a guest on his final broadcast on Sunday.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/artic…

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Not evil, just wrong

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Andrew and his guests may not understand media fakery, but they do understand the concept of spreading this difficult subject of questioning 9/11. What would a fakeologist flyer look like? Let’s design one. Brainstorm here.

Worth a listen.

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* Show Notes: noliesradio.org/archives/80068

* Podcast Feed: NO LIES RADIO » 911 Free Fall Category Feed noliesradio.org/archives/categ…

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Blackout where between 9 and 11?

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Reporting from Canadian psyOp central:  Power out at 9 and back by 11? Are you kidding me? Look at this vague reporting that wasn’t even proofread for typos:

A power outage caused by a “transmission issue” affected “tens of thousands” of residences and businesses in mid-town Toronto and the city’s west end Tuesday night.

Those affected spent nearly three hours in the dark before power was restored shortly before 11 p.m., according to HydroOne, the utility firm that serves areas outside Toronto.

HydroOne spokeswoman Marylena Stea said the firm supplies power to Toronto Hydro, and had a “transmission issue” with one of its facilities.

BLACKOUT PHOTOS: Take any photographs Tuesday night that caught the city in a darker light? Post your favourites to#StarPhotos

Neither the cause of the issue or specific number of utility customers affected is immediately clear. Stea said HydroOne is investigating.

Torontonians told the Star power went out before 9 p.m., with Toronto Hydro at one point suggesting the affected area ranged north of Dupont to Lawrence and west from Yonge St. all the way to edge of Mississauga.a

via Broad power outage ends in Toronto | Toronto Star.

Better link with some alleged pictures: www.torontosun.com/2014/04/15/…

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