“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
Welcome to Master Fake Theater, where I post some of my favorite audios into the Fakeologist feed. While I can’t vouch for all the content, I post some of my favorite audios for you to consider.
Here is episode #1.
I posted this in the Fakeologist Audio feed so those that catch the podcast automatically can easily listen. This is a fixed up version of what Brian posted on youtube.
I’ll be posting more of Brian, Justin (RIP), and James’ work in the days to come. With the lack of 9/11 audios anywhere these days, it’s instructional to go into the archives. Little if any of the research has been superseded by anything new today.
It’s really essential listening for any new 9/11 researcher. As 9/11 approaches again, listen in and learn not to celebrate the Nutwork’s annual death worship day.
Are the crime writers getting ready for a serial killer renaissance?
We’ve shown that serial killers are crime fiction – and work very well at frightening the people and providing endless writing opportunity.
The latest serial killer story in Toronto is likely pure imagination, hatched in London or Langley.
Are the intelligence agencies ready to reboot the meme?
Serial killer epidemic 2.0.
If you live long enough…you’ll see everything a few times.
According to author Peter Vronsky whose new book, Son of Cain: A History of Serial Killers from the Stone Age to the Present (Penguin Random House), the former mall Santa falls into the category of Ted Bundy, the Son of Sam and other infamous monsters. “There is no rule of thumb on serial killers,” Vronsky told The Toronto Sun. “It’s usually a combination of things, each guy is a cocktail of different things [that drives them to kill].”