The victims of all psyOps are the thickest part of the truth onion. They are the one layer that makes peeling back any more of the onion to reveal there is nothing to the story difficult. They are usually the outer layer. They are usually the most complex and loud layer. If you can get past this layer with your fakeologist kryptonite, you will find the subsequent layers very thin and easy to see through.
One easy way to verify this thick layer (at least in the past) is to consult the SSDI. We find and have found that in the past the reported deaths in most or all psyops don’t get reflected in the number of recorded deaths in that jurisdiction. This simple discrepancy should be enough for most to dismiss any story of victims.
The most complete expose on vicsims (or simulated victims) is Hoi Polloi’s Vicsim Report at cluesforum.info…. This report goes through the complete list of “victims” reported on 9/11 and exposes them for the digital fraud that they are. Quite simply an assembly line of fiction writers and digital manipulators created and reported on lives that didn’t exist. While there may be exceptions to the rule, in general this process accounts for the majority of the reported vicsims.
So how long has this been going on? Here’s a series of videos that reports on the victims/vicsims of Columbine High School Shooting, Oklahoma City Bombing, and Virginia Tech Shooting. The same formula is used over and over again, worldwide.
Without this thick layer of the onion, we really have a very fragile story that can be boiled away quickly. Only then is the power of the hoaxsters taken away. If we concentrate on this layer in ALL our research, we will eliminate much work to get straight the point. If nobody dies, then there will be no charges, and no reason for any authority to even consider investigating the major false events that dominate our “news”. You wouldn’t expect our leaders to investigate a movie, would you?
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