“Fear is a government’s greatest weapon. With it, they can convince a people that they need to abandon their freedom. In exchange, they get safety. Of course, you just trade one monster for another, but by the time the people realize this, it is too late.” --Victor Methos
Even 9/11 chief fund disbursement fraudster and exlusive psyOp lawyer says it’s time to kill this golden goose and divvy up the loot.
Kenneth Feinberg, a U.S. lawyer who has advised organizers for large U.S. GoFundMe campaigns — including one for dozens of victims of the 2016 Pulse Nightclub shooting in Orlando — said the Broncos should distribute the money as quickly as possible. “These programs are fashioned, and drafted and designed, and then within 60 to 90 days, get the money out, shut down the fund. Everybody try and move on as best you can after a tragedy,” Feinberg said in interview with CBC Radio’s Calgary Eyeopener.
Feinberg said the campaign should stop raising money now that the campaign has far surpassed its original goal of $4 million.But Hatton disagrees.
Advice to Hatton: Listen to Kenny: he’s done this before. Get out while the gettin’s good. Let it get too high and people will start getting resentful. Imagine if they find out the truth to this Canadian hockey 9/11 event.
Not sure if it’s really necessary to fake the donors to this already over-the-top psyOp, but some Czarnik’s family photo looks ‘shopped and the 19 yo laid off Newfie looks simmy.
All the stops on this one.
The immeasurable grief caused by a horrific bus crash in rural Saskatchewan — one that killed 16 people associated with the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team — has sparked a stunning, record-breaking wave of generosity from across Canada and around the world.
I still can’t tell who’s side Thorn is on. He may mean well but his confrontational almost violent attitude in and of itself may have been enough to get him arrested. The terms of his arrest seemed very dubious as well.