Daily Archives: March 18, 2015

Betsy and that Rock feller

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Betsy McSim goes over some of the curious 9/11 numerology distraction while repeating the “mass murder of 3000” and “the evil Rockefeller”  mantras.

I think she may even follow fakeologist as she addresses the reverse book covers.

Study her face and the fast edits and see if you see some sim qualities.  Perhaps she can address this in her next video (wonder why she is now forcussed on 9/11?)

Rockefeller GLOATS About 9/11 in 1967!: youtu.be/dWcARHV71bU

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Falling dead animals

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I never know what to make of these stories. I often think they’re code for something, but I haven’t found any patterns yet. This is another possibly fake story, a clue being the usual lack of real names cited. We need someone to call and find out from the “source” if this is a real story in any way.

Perhaps the story is conditioning our subconscious mind in some way. Birds/airplanes, the death counts, migration from Mexico to the USA. Why do they crash land in Idaho? Do any birds make it to Canada? Can Canadian officials confirm any of this? What kind of snow geese? Goodness knows we have too many Canadian geese. Any (fake) pictures to show of the birds of the mass incinerations?

About 2,000 snow geese migrating from Mexico to their Alaskan nesting grounds were found dead in Idaho, the state’s Department of Fish and Game announced Monday. Although testing is still in progress, officials believe that the deaths are consistent with avian cholera.

via ‘Basically, they just fell out of the sky’: 2,000 snow geese found dead in Idaho | Toronto Star.

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Audiochat – March 17, 2015

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Who? Ab, The Gulo, Delcroix

What? Ab tries again to clarify his Dallas Goldbug position with The Gulo, who hails from Norway

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Re-searing the images

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Reinforcing the myths of our lives takes many odd forms. Really, this is a very carefully veiled method of propaganda, but I doubt many would call it that.

They began collecting some of the images seared most deeply into public consciousness—the Hindenburg crash, the 9-11 attack on the World Trade Center, and the Titanic, to name a few.

via History’s Most Iconic Photos, Recreated in Miniature | WIRED.

Famous blogger Corey Doctorow at least posits:

It’s a funny kind of design fiction. It asks, what if all these real things were hoaxes?

h/t anonjedi

 

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