Toronto is apparently having a record murder year. Question is, are any of them real or are we be attacked with intelligence created mayhem?
This very MS-paint like portrait features a black man aptly named Licorish. What immediately came to mind is this was an aptronym – I didn’t know the word but thought one must exist for this clearly deliberate literary device – An aptronym, aptonym or euonym is a personal name aptly or peculiarly suited to its owner.
Toronto police have identified a man shot to death in a Scarborough apartment building on Sunday. Cardinal Licorish, 23, of Ajax, was found suffering from gunshot wounds in a stairwell of the building at 4175 Lawrence Avenue East, at Kingston Road.
I’ve stated many times that I believe crime is actually decreasing for two fundamental reasons: the population is aging and new immigrants (younger) are less likely to step out of line and be thrown out of the country. Not to mention that most native born young are (now legally) stoned or busy playing video games.
The murder was also in public housing. Public housing has always been associated with higher crime, and if it’s faked, it easier to accept for the residents and public at large. Residents, grateful for the subsidy, are unlikely to speak out in any way. An ideal and likely place to stage any fake crime.
Not really fakeology (more psyopery), but an interesting discussion on the redefining of a word (and reorganizing and resyncing online dictionaries) to suit the NWO’s domination of the world economy, to the benefit of a few mega rich families instead of the masses.
Maybe Hitler’s Germany was the ideal economic model to redistribute national wealth to the people. Maybe replacing the descriptive words National Socialism with Nazism=antisemitism=mass murderers=enemy of humanity is the best way for the ruling class to keep any idea of resource sharing out of the public discussion.
This psyop has been going on for a hundred years. Only recently has it resurfaced with Trump, which is why the media works so hard
Further to Xilefelix’s theory that not all victims are sims, we have this (identical) twin story recirculating.
Identical twins are always useful in intelligence operations.
Hockey players had quite a few 9/11 stories. Must be to keep the Canadians interested.
Like most people in America, Jason Fitzsimmons watched the horrifying images of the terrorist attacks on television throughout the day. Fitzsimmons, an assistant coach for the Stingrays in 2001, learned that night from Concannon that Mark Bavis had been killed.
I offer this story up only as one that could be true.
The Guyanese community (from which I have a long time friend) was buzzing yesterday as this person was known to them.
The victim was the son of a my co-worker’s friend.
I know this is a few degrees of separation, but it’s (hopefully) the closest most of us will ever get to violent crime.
There’s only a few possible explanations in this community: sim, re-assigned/located, or really dead.
Latest rumors are that he was caught in the crossfire of a drive-by shooting.
This is a super busy road I travel daily, so many could identify this as possibly happening to them.
Police have identified the victim of a shooting who was found on the 410 in Mississauga. The death marks the region’s 23rd homicide of the year. Peel police say that on Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018 at approximately 12:55 a.m., Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) officers responded to reports of a single vehicle crash on the northbound Highway 410 near Courtney Park Drive.
Steve’s paranoia goes another level deeper. Should I be flattered by this new level of attention? I didn’t really know there were different types of quotation marks between the Americans and the British. For some reason I favor the American spelling of many words, simply because they look better to me. Many Canadians are stuck in between British and American isms, including me.