Daily Archives: November 22, 2018

Rob Ford Death Hoax Update

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He’s no JFK, but his official death was on a 22 – 3/22, and he too had the elite fake his death.

I have an acquaintance that does business in Ford’s neighborhood.

I told him to be on the lookout for Rob Ford, as I am sure, having hoaxed his death (with the power elite of Toronto’s orchestration), he’d drop in from time to time on his or his family’s home.

Apparently a neighbor approached my contact and mentioned to him, out of the blue, that good news, Rob Ford isn’t dead.

My contact, initiated in fakeology, wasn’t surprised to hear that.

I’ll try and get more details as time passes.

In the meantime, John Tory, our blueblood mayor, was re-elected this month in a cake-walk. Note that he couldn’t get elected dog catcher with the Fords competing. Now, it’s his throne to give up at will, all thanks to his cronies who made the deal with the Fords (older brother Doug was given the Premiership of the province).

More here.

55 years old and JFK Hoax is solidified history

One of the greatest and first hoaxes made for TV, the JFK assassination hoax is set in cement as official history.

Click my JFK category and read my research from the past years.

Read JFKTV to get the best summary of the JFK Hoax from Blue Moon.

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DNA comment 

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DNA is a fraud science. 

I like this little summary comment of it. 

 The DNA fingerprint test uses gel electrophoresis to group what they call microstellites and which are parts of parts of parts of the original DNA multiplied via PCR. It’s a picture with a pattern on it which has to be compared to another picture. The patterns are never the same. Even the patterns of the same DNA from a different test. They claim to have a database with numbers representing the patterns but they don’t tell how they obtain the numbers. Magic? So a couple of numbers covers the entire human DNA? The entire test was never scientifically tested. There is no competition for better testing. Nobody ever claimed to make better DNA-fingerprints, so they must be 100% perfect already, right? In real science you repeat the measurement many times to get the error rate. They never do. So they make no errors, right? All you can read about it in Wikipedia is so full of holes, I’m wondering anybody can take this seriously. I already explained many times, it is like looking for differences in two similar pictures. You can only find the differences. If you don’t find any, it does not mean they aren’t there. DNA of a worm is 99% the same as ours, so how do they find differences between humans based on a couple of numbers saved in a database? You say, it worked in your case so it must be true. If you’ll ban me now, fine. 

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