Update: Alison doesn’t want to do an interview; she’s upset that I analyzed her Xmas card photo and labeled it fake before I mentioned anything about the photos and videos of Brittany. I always take promoted media as fake to start, it’s the less promoted web sites and media that I tend to dig into and question.
Interesting story for fakeologists tired of the flat earth: dig your teeth into this highly promoted story of the past year.
Brittany Maynard, My Undead Niece – In October 2014, a story flooded media outlets everywhere around the world about the tragedy of Brittany Maynard, a 29-year-old with an aggressive brain tumor known as a Glioblastoma multiforme, who had decided to commit assisted suicide in Oregon under Oregon’s “Death with Dignity” law.
This story was promoted to “start a conversation” or “drive a wedge” into the public divide on assisted suicide laws.
Could this lady really be the aunt? Is she controlled opposition? I don’t know, in fact, her family picture she says is real looks (badly) photoshopped.
Her blog looks like she’s on the good side, with many memes that we promote here as characteristic of psyOps.
My abiding interest is to expose the criminal cabal which has taken over the bench and bar in Colorado, as well as nationally. As part of this effort, I have located mob plants within the Colorado Supreme Court, and investigated “psy ops,” fictitious tragedies our government stages on an ongoing basis, to control, engender fear, and induce citizen acquiescence in its systematic extirpation of the people’s constitutional rights.
Inspired by this email:
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I just wanted to suggest you have Allison Maynard as a guest on your radio show to discuss the Brittany Maynard right to death hoax (www.cbsnews.com…). In case you don’t know the story, Brittany Maynard was this young woman who was supposedly diagnosed with some sort of terminal cancer and chose to kill herself rather than face what was ahead for her. The MSM here in the US were hyper-focused on this story and were cheering for her death and how brave she was to kill herself. Anyway, this woman Allison is actually her aunt, and I first encountered her over at memoryholeblog.com… Right after Brittany’s supposed death, Allison commented that she was her aunt and thought the whole thing was a hoax (Allison’s brother is Brittany’s father, but there was a divorce and some sort of estrangement of the families, so much so that in the wikipedia entry, they don’t even mentioned that the fake dead Brittany is survived by her father). Anyway, I just found Allison’s blog where she posted all the research on this–you can read it here: therealcolorado.blogspot.com… I never really believed the story about Brittany, since the MSM was promoting it so much and kind of figured it was some sort of brainwashing attempt to get us to kill ourselves if we get a serious diagnosis–I guest as some sort of cost-saving measure for Obama care. And her death has been used to pass some sort of right to kill yourself law in California. Anyway, I’ve been in touch with Allison and she indicated that she is very much interested in getting more attention for her research and in doing radio shows. Her contact information is at the blog.
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