Canada has 27? vicsims in the 9/11 hoax. I stumbled upon this memorial walk quite accidentally, as there was one small directional sign at the end of an off ramp that tipped me off. Google found the location, which is helpful, as there wasn’t even one more sign on the road leading to the lake where the site is located (that I noticed). There was no parking, and when near the park, there were again no signs leading to this memorial. It was like they didn’t want it found or noticed. If any real people died, then the families should be at least annoyed that such a place is ignored or kept out of the way.
Here are some pictures I snapped. Note the “weeping Norway pine” which reminded me of Charlie Brown’s Christmas tree.
I’m not sure if I missed a few posts or I got them all. Many of the plaques looked shoddily made, with shoddy details of what should have been highlighted achievements of real people.
This is a question I get a lot, especially from female readers. It is a variation of a question I get from many readers male and female, who are looking to keep one or two of their old heroes/heroines. In short, they want to know if anyone will be left standing after I finish outing everyone. The short answer to that is NO, there won’t be anyone famous left. No one who you see on TV or read about in magazines or see at TED talks or see in major films will be left. None of the big dogs of the alternative media will be left, either. And almost no one you have come across on Youtube will be left. They are all plants. A few of the old guys may survive, like Thoreau or, say, Joan of Arc. And a few of the marginal characters on the internet may survive, especially if they aren’t being promoted by any major sources of funding. But the media being what it is, you can now just assume that anyone with a major publisher, a major award, a major grant, or any connection to either political party or the government is a mole. If they were telling the truth or leading you in the right direction, they wouldn’t have any of those things.