Daily Archives: March 23, 2016

Show me your ears

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You’re right – I don’t believe it’s the same guy. 

You might not believe it, but the bald, bearded man in the photo below is former talk show host David Letterman.

Source: David Letterman unrecognizable in new retirement photo | Celebrities | Entertain

An ugly mind

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Miles Mathis brings up some interesting points, including more talk that the Industrialists run the CIA to make pseudo science and quakademics, all to extort money from the bewildered public. Lots of spooky talk.

The photo above is Russell Crowe as mathematician John Nash in A Beautiful Mind, from 2001. With hindsight even that date now looks like a red flag, seeing that 2001 is when the Matrix went into overdrive.

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Ford cancer care examined

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I’m not getting much support from my local contacts for my theory that the Rob Ford death was a hoax. This is understandable, since it is close to home. The closer a deception is to one, the less likely people believe they can be fooled.

One of the more nagging reasons for questioning Ford’s cancer story is simple: money. The Ford family has money, and lots of it we are told. Like Trump, he allegedly paid for most of his own political expenses out of his own pocket.

Why then wouldn’t he pursue treatments for his cancer at the best hospitals in the world? He has the money to go anywhere. Canada is known for universal mediocre health care. People don’t come from around the world to Toronto for cancer care last time I looked. We have a top ranked research hospital – Prince Margaret. Why didn’t he go there?

If all regular allopathic avenues don’t work, why not go alternative? Even Farrah Fawcett tried German new medicine (true or not who knows). Mexico has many therapies that aren’t allowed in the American world – like Gerson, that reportedly work for some.

Why not just lose weight? He was clearly morbidly obese during all his public appearances. Is there even a real validated image of him in recent months?

Remember, the Ford family has made his life, all of it from good to bad, public. Therefore, any speculation is fair game. If he was a private entity, then I’d ignore him and his life. I actually like Rob Ford, unlike the chattering classes, but like the average Joe (that’s me). I personally didn’t believe any of the stories being smeared on him, whether he played along with them or not. It’s logical I don’t believe this (ultimate) story either. Isn’t it a good thing to wish he was alive and not dead – ready for his new, private life away from the mess he made in public?

If I’m wrong, I intend no disrespect. Like all media stories, I don’t need to prove them fake – the media needs to prove they are true – since they lost my confidence a long time ago.

Rob Ford’s body will lie in repose at Toronto City Hall for two days next week.Ford’s family announced the details Wednesday for the ex-mayor’s funeral. The Etobicoke North (Ward 2) councillor will lie in repose at City Hall on Monday and Tuesday for the public to pay their respects.

Source: Rob Ford funeral on Wednesday | Toronto & GTA | News | Toronto Sun

Deconstructing synthetic terror

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Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? – Live & Recorded Episodes: Jaysanalysis.com… John and Myself(Chris) hav

Maple syrup and ice giants

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Great call,  featuring 9/11 around 2:50:50 with Kham and disinfo agent Greg.

I would have asked Greg one question: who told you to lie?

Dead Ford masks our dead reckoning day

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It is NOT a coincidence the Rob Ford death hoax story was released on the same day Canadians went another level into the debt hole, according to the new “budget”.  Where I live, I owe my share of  $616 billion + $295 billion.

When we can’t pay the interest, we will be surrendering “official” control of our resources. Lake Ontario will be owned sold to Coca-Cola. Our highways will be sold to European elites. This WILL happen. It’s their money system.

Psyops are a magician’s trick to distract from the real problems.

A key question swirls around the budget’s bottom line — how big will the deficit be, and how long will it take to erase it?The Liberal election campaign promise was to run “moderate” deficits of no more than $10 billion a year for three years before balancing the books again. But last month Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the deficits will be much larger than expected.Morneau said the government will post a smaller than projected deficit of $2.3 billion for 2015-16, down from the $3-billion deficit projected in November’s fall fiscal update.But he said that deficit will balloon to $18.4 billion in 2016-17 and $15.5 billion in 2017-18 — and that is before any new budget spending.

Source: Federal budget 2016: 5 things to watch for today – Politics – CBC News

Now some favorite distraction moments, while your pocket was being picked – NOTHING CHANGED!