Daily Archives: April 17, 2018

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When? Tuesday, April 17, 2018 2000h EDT

Chris from South Florida talks about fakeology.

If you’d like to do a one-on-one interview, feel free to contact me.

We also talked about the Parkland High School shooting hoax.

Kicking it up a notch part 2

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Another example of how the idea of crisis actors, staged ICE capstone events, #HRDPAR, #NDNGH is catching on and has to be confronted head on by the powers that be. Even if this case is also staged, will real laws be passed?

The parents of two children killed at Sandy Hook elementary school in 2012 sued Alex Jones, the host of InfoWars, who had derided the shooting as fake and possibly staged by the government.

Source: Sandy Hook families sue InfoWars’ Alex Jones | The Star

Humboldt Hockey Hoax:H3:Last call for donations

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Looks like they’re listening to Kenny Feinberg after all.

In just two days, on Wednesday, the online donation page will be closed and taken offline.

That foundation will aim to support players, employees, families and volunteers of the team, but also first responders, emergency services personnel, teams, athletes, related organizations and communities affected by the crash and its aftermath.

Source: Online donations for Humboldt Broncos hockey team will close in two days | The Star

Sprocket lives another day!

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I think this is real.

Got me thinking that in our relatively peaceful life in the Western world, we’d have very little “news” to spread other than the odd birth, death, and weather report if not for the manufactured fear porn story.

Glad Sprocket survived.

The video shows a dog ambling around a snowy backyard. She suddenly bolts as heavy branches crash to the ground where she was standing just seconds before, a result of the ice storm and heavy winds that punished Toronto on Sunday.

Source: ‘Holy cow, that was close’: Dog narrowly escapes falling branches in East York backyard | The Star