What the Nuclear Hoax Implies | Vexman’s Thoughts

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I would like everyone to consider what the nuclear hoax implies. Really, this could easily be the mother of all hoaxes of the twentieth century. Consider that the nuclear bomb was impossible to make. The science was not there. The theories were incorrect. The geniuses of all geniuses were fabrications. Not even a thousand billion dollars could produce the impossible – a weapon of apocalyptic proportions, that produces the heat of 10,000 suns. Just bollocks. The bomb never made anyone surrender. It never wo

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  1. vexman

    Well, your analysis of my online nickname is presuming that I’ve formed my nick ‘vexman’ as composed of two individual english words. And that would be a wrong presumption. Why is that so, you may ask. For one, ‘vex’ represents an english approximation of my actual nick, where only my closest friends would address me with it. It is actually and originally ‘veki’, which would be pronounced as ‘veky’ and has absolutely no correlation to the english term ‘to vex’ (as a noun). It is simply an abbreviation of my long first name, that is a very rare and not-so-common man’s name in the country where I currently live. As second, when entering digital arena I chose my nick as short and easy-to-remember name that would be used as my identity, and I’ve never even thought about anybody suggesting any correlation to some english term with it. Only after an incident at another forum, where ‘accused’ of more or less the same suggestion with my nick, did I check for the term ‘to vex’ and its meaning, which may be understood as normal in my opinion, since I’m not a native of any english speaking country. Since I’ve never even thought about things we’re just debating and kept my nick regardless of (then isolated) incident, you could conclude that there is absolutely nothing deliberate or hidden in the meaning of first part of my nick. I’m just surprised that you’ve made some judgments and suggestions based on your beliefs only, which in particular stands out from your usual contributions here.

    Since you’re asking if I’m with or against you, I should kindly refer you to my blog to check my posts and only then ask an obvious question. Presuming that it may be too much to ask of you, I’ll shortly answer – I’m following the path of truth only and do not take membership in no clubs. And by the way, who exactly are you referring to as ‘us’? Fakeologist long-time members? Truthers in general? Members with nicks chosen as not to raise your eyebrows?

    Not meant to be insulting, but I think you should judge people by their deeds rather than by their names/nicks.

    1. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

      If someone is presenting something in written form, then you judge them by their words, yeah ?

      Sorry Vex, I didn’t mean to come across as if I was judging you.
      I admitted I was being pedantic and was really only offering conversation.

      It wasn’t like I was saying ” Vexman is an agent!” Not at all . It was merely ”that name is a little funny sounding for me”.

      Sorry again. I didn’t mean to be a twat and was only really trying to make conversation based on reading your interesting post.

      1. vexman

        No need to apologize if you’re honest. To be openly suspicious is not always a virtue as I’ve learned in my experience, though 🙂 and as it can be read, vexman is not the only word I’ve written that is available to make your judgment about me. My deeds were mentioned as an attempt to write and blog about the fakery and hoaxes, as my last two linked posts can show, and that’s what I had in mind when suggesting you another kind of substance to judge me upon. But I regress, after all your posts here and my admiration of your photo analysis, I’d be more than happy to debate with you about something much more relevant than my nick. Let’s just say that if you knew my real name, you’d be begging me to use ANY nick instead.

        You’ve mentioned the word “excessively” in your previous reply – I used that term to stand for “more than usually”. Dictionary defines it as ” to a degree exceeding normal or proper limit”. Otherwise, I agree with you, “thinking too much” is how I was diagnosed on many occasions when talking to my folks or most of my friends about my worldview. But let’s be honest, in this crazy world of intrigues on steroids, any one of us simply has to use his brain more than usually to get any sense out of it. It definitely helps if you throw TV out of your life, for instance, I guarantee.

  2. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

    An ever interesting discussion.

    ” I believe “truther rookie” needs to re-contemplate the reality and simultaneously find a new “authority”, using his/her own brain excessively while maneuvering among shills, trolls, gatekeepers, false heroes and staged events ”

    I like the last bit, but should it be recommended to anyone to use their brain ”excessively ” ?
    Excessive to me suggests – more than is necessary or desirable. Certainly though, the point stands in that the one looking for a new ‘reality’ has to think more than the one who accepts the ‘reality’ they’ve been given. Many of us, I’m sure , have been accused of ‘thinking about things too much’ when we’ve put forward our findings to family and friends.
    In normal Civilised Societies’ ‘Mind’ , we do indeed think ” excessively” ( The messages back being things like ”Nevermind” and ”Keep Calm ” ).

    The truth is clear, I think. Civilised Society doesn’t want us to think very deeply about these things and hence such activity – being beyond the realms of ‘prevailing view’- can be dismissed as simply ‘thinking too much” – which is ‘bollocks’.

    On one further small point of pedantry. What’s in a name ?

    VEXMAN

    to vex to make (someone) feel annoyed, frustrated, or worried, especially with trivial matters.

    Call me old fashioned, but some of us actually read things and interpret them literally.
    ie VEXMAN is a negative idea, in my mind.
    Hey, it’s catchy, it’s from that computer-game isn’t it ?
    I used to be in a band called ”The Lonely”.
    I hated the name as I saw it simply projected negativity. I see calling yourself Vexman in the same way.

    It seems that vexing us is the very modus operandi of those in true power.
    All I wonder ‘VEXMAN’ is ‘are you with us or agin’ us ?’ Because the VEXMAN sounds just like what ‘they’ do.

    Regards.
    ( probably vexed and thinking excessively )
    Pedant ( Cambridge ).

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