Hate Crime Hoax | Glenn Loury & Wilfred Reilly

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Always interesting when hoax research goes mainstream.

Do people even want to hear this research, even when it comes from academia?

Good chat between to woke black academics.

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2 thoughts on “Hate Crime Hoax | Glenn Loury & Wilfred Reilly

  1. ricky

    It’s a good question and I think the answer is mostly no. That’s a conclusion I’ve sadly come to after watching NFL football on tv this year. Since becoming a fakeologist since around 2014, I stopped watching tv altogether, even before that I almost never watched since 2010. Now, since watching NFL games and commercials, (for betting purposes and a diversion, I know it’s rigged,”) It’s clear the corrosive nature tv has on the masses, the key is seeing things from a different perspective and for me it was a combination of the fakeology mindset and NO tv for a long time. Now, when I watch, the insidious nature of the programming becomes apparent. First it reinforces all the familiar bullshit stories we’ve come to understand are just hoaxes, over and over and over again in trailers for movies, commercials and tv series they’re pitching. They ridicule disbelievers and appeal to “experts” always. The new movies, series and gaming commercials are moving farther and farther away from what we experience in real life, and for regular tv watchers I’m certain it has an effect on their sense of what’s real and fantasy. It affected me in 2001 when the planes dissapeared into the towers, I knew intellectually that couldn’t happen but watching tv and seeing movies for so long allowed me to accept it as real, also I had a thought that the “Show” wouldn’t have a good climax without the towers collapsing, and the “Show” delivered. This chat was not what most people conditioned to watching tv would care about, they’re lost, for fakeologists, it’s not bad but they still buy into the big massacres, can’t stray from the reservation too far or you might lose all your’ “peer reviewed” credibility.

    1. gaia

      “The new movies, series and gaming commercials are moving farther and farther away from what we experience in real life, and for regular tv watchers I’m certain it has an effect on their sense of what’s real and fantasy.”

      Very good point; actually there is already widespread Transhumanism. Not being able to grasp reality anymore because it is overprinted with Clownworld fantasy in your brain makes you lose the basic abilities of a human being; you transitioned from it.

      Market leader in commercial image and video editing softwares Adobe, named after Adobe Creek, CA, just released their new product recently:

      “Introducing Adobe Aero: Step into a New Reality

      Immersive media is proving to be a powerful storytelling medium [indeed], and completely changing how we interact with the world around us. [unfortunately yes, see Ricky’s point]

      With augmented reality (AR), we can merge digital content with the physical world to create and deliver next-generation experiences. Everything becomes a creative canvas to the millions of people who want to tell their stories in new and exciting ways—artists can build deeper emotional connections and brands can connect in a more meaningful [??] way with their customers. With AR, the impossible become a new reality, and the only limit is our imaginations. [I agree and embrace this quote for ages, but only when it is clear it is fantasy]

      Today at Adobe MAX, we’re thrilled to debut Adobe Aero as part of Adobe Creative Cloud. Aero is the first tool that allows designers to build and share immersive experiences in AR—without any coding skills. It’s now available as a free mobile iOS app for phones and tablets.”

      Hence the need for Agenda 2020; we are and should be ahead of the Clowns. Use their methods to deweaponize them.

      In the end the ones with power are us.

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