I have a personal attachment to car crashes on Toronto roads because I spend most of my life on them.
When there’s a major car crash, I like to look. I like the pictures, and my new go-to video producer is the OPP Media/Propaganda Officer, who spends most of his day periscoping crash scenes.
As a fakeologist, it’s unavoidable that I ask if they stage major collisions to make a point. There are many reasons for this, mainly to control the narrative and use the “victims” to spread emotional messages that make one stop and question what they’re doing on the road.
There are enough bad drivers on the road to cause collisions. What if the victims or their families don’t want to play media (ie. what if they’re normal)? Then the impact cannot be used to send a message to the public. Message lost. Therefore, stage collisions and use crisis actors.
A 32-year-old man has been charged in connection with a five-vehicle crash on a major highway west of Toronto that killed a woman and injured several others late last month, provincial police said Thursday. Yasir Baig, of Mississauga, turned himself in to police late Wednesday evening, OPP said, and was charged Thursday with four criminal counts, including dangerous driving causing death and failing to remain at the scene of a collision. The crash happened at about 10 p.m. Jan. 27 on the Queen Elizabe
They served up this woman as the vicsim (19-hoax code). As a photographer, her facebook page looks more like a long list of social justice messages (a propos for the top down messaging of the day), and not a gallery of what one would expect from someone studying photography.
By contrast, there hasn’t been one story about my friend who died in a car crash 30km down the road from the above crash.
I still don’t know what happened, but his daughter told me his neck was broken. The only way I can see this happening is the airbag. How many stories do we read about the airbags of our vehicles breaking necks? Answer: very few or none. Is there an issue here? Food for thought, and worthy of investigation.