Category Archives: 9/11

PG9.5 – The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast

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AA talks 9/11 and all our favorite fakeologist topics.

9/11 photo fakery continues

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…and seems to get even worse over the years.

September 11, 2001 is a day that still strikes sadness and fear into the hearts of Americans, especially those who resided in New York City during the deadliest terror attack in U.S. history. Almost 3,000 people lost their lives on that fateful day when two hijacked planes crashed into the Twin Towers.

Source: Chilling 9/11 photo shows moments after plane struck Twin Towers – AOL News

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Synched Out removed from Youtube •

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As Youtube revises history, we can try and restore it.

Share via here, reslio sync,,…, and your solution below.

“911 ACTORS” removed from Youtube

My video “911 ACTORS” was removed two days ago from my Youtube channel for some unspecified “inappropriate content”.
Of course, my “SYNCHED OUT” video was removed (twice) from my YT channel several years ago, as described in this thread.
So this is only the third time that my videos have been censored by YT – in more than a decade. Not too bad, I guess…

Source: View topic – Synched Out removed from Youtube •…


Trump knows vicsims

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Trump has taken away the word fake.

Two days after Donald Trump claimedthat he “lost hundreds of friends” at the World Trade Center as a result of the 9/11 attack, his campaign continued to ignore a Daily Beast request that he name even one.

With silence comes the possibility that Trump told the most reprehensible lie of the campaign, just a few breaths from when he called both Sen. Ted Cruz and Jeb Bush liars.

By his math, Trump is trying to tell us that at least one in 10 of the 2,983 who died on 9/11 were his friends.…

H/T Napoleon Wilson

How fake news affects people

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Our psyOp writers/culture creators wield great power with their fake stories. Real people are affected and do things marketers could only dream of making happen.

Sarah Koenig talks with Lexi Belculfine, who tries to explain why she and her peers had such a loud, excited reaction to the news of Osama Bin Laden’s death, a much more visibly emotional reaction than people over thirty. (5 minutes)

Source: Sunday Night, State College PA