A 9/11 quake for Japan: could they fake a quake? Wouldn’t everyone notice? What if they just said there was a quake – but nobody really felt it, save a few liewitnesses?
Surely the fakers don’t have the gall to fake an earthquake? Forget earthquake machines (fake conspiracy candy), all that it takes is the media to say there’s one and who’s to say that everyone who didn’t feel it wasn’t paying attention? A few liars, fake scientists, a few half demoed buildings and you’ve got a story!
At least two people were killed and 45 injured by a magnitude-6.5 earthquake that knocked down houses and buckled roads in southern Japan on Thursday night.
Doesn’t an earthquake easily qualify to be a big lie?
A big lie (German: große Lüge) is a propaganda technique. The expression was coined by Adolf Hitler, when he dictated his 1925 book Mein Kampf, about the use of a lie so “colossal” that no one would believe that someone “could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously.” Hitler asserted the technique was used by Jews to unfairly blame Germany’s loss in World War I on German Army officer Erich Ludendorff.
Mein Kampf was ghost-written by a Jesuit priest named Father Staempfle.1 Hitler the dunce was the tool of much more cunning men. .. . Hitler had only one talent: he was a good public speaker and knew how to harangue the masses. As the son of a Civil Servant, Hitler could have obtained a good job in Vienna had he been inclined to work.