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NASA thought gatekeepers

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NASA’s biggest role is to gatekeep the wrong belief about the earth, space, and the stars, and to imprint this wrong theory in every child ever born.

I don’t know if Simon’s Tychos model is correct, but at least he has an alternative to the visual evidence we can all observe.

An interesting post on Hubble and Rhodes. I like the part about “recovering the United States.” Was it ever really lost?

“In the 21st century it is high time that independent thinkers break all ties to academia and begin forming our own parallel system of scientific development and achievement.”

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Why the smart are more deceived

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I’m going to have a stab at this one.

Smart people are enmeshed more than the average man with wild expectations foisted upon them from the cradle. To what financial or social benefit would be calling out lies and deceit serve? Adults already know in their deep subconscious that they are ruled by forces they cannot name or even point to. What parent would encourage their child to pursue truth over financial security, independence and acceptance?

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Psylock

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How can so many people keep quiet?

Those at the bottom can’t do anything with their knowledge and those at the top can’t say anything with their knowledge.

Does one need think further about why these lies are easily kept?

Remove fear, lose control

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This is a story about how when you remove fear from any group or religion you lose control.

It’s clear that people want to live in fear, or are at least so used to it that they cannot accept any alternative, no matter how much more beneficial it may be. Our controllers know this, and play to it in their stagecraft every day. They rule by fear. This is why we call these events psyops. They play to the most powerful motivator in your mind.

This is instructional for fakeologists, because we are the equivalent of media heretics. Heretics have a very grim history.

We don’t believe in the “hell” that is laid out for us by the controllers, and for that, we are rebuked.

In the end, we will prevail. Just like in this audio. Just like in this movie.

The story of Reverend Carlton Pearson, a rising star in the evangelical movement, who cast aside the idea of hell, and with it everything he’d worked for over his entire life.

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You need to make a choice

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Canadians, you have a choice:

Believe that there are radical young (MUSLIMS) out there willing to kill random strangers

=or=

that the people that rule over you are lying in a much bigger way than you could have ever imagined or are willing to accept.

There are no other choices in this matter.

You decide.

I do not wonder why option number 2 is so difficult for people to choose. The consequences are far more disturbing than accepting the less complicated option 1.

It’s difficult to be a dissenter

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Fakeologists take note.

It’s difficult to be a dissenter. We often feel the need to go along with what others in our group think, and neuroscience shows that this desire for conformity isn’t just the result of peer pressure. It is wired into our brains.

Source: How having power is like having brain damage: a new book explains why systems fail | Toronto Star

Crushing hope on 9/11

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Any leader that hints at sharing the wealth and helping the people will be targeted.

In Toronto, we had Jack Layton and Rob Ford actors that were similarly removed from the public scene.

These are my favorite type of posts. Good job Mark!

I think this is a widely-used model, not only in remote places like Chile, but in the United States as well. We saw John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and John Lennon all idealized, lionized, and then, like Allende, assassinated. All of these assassinations were fake, we now know. That is not the point – each man was but a scoundrel used to raise up our hopes for meaningful change and then to crush that hope.

That, to me, is the meaning of 9/11/73 – crushing hope. It is a common treatment used everywhere to control us, keep us in chains.

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They never give us enough information

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A common theme in all hoax/psyops is you never get enough information to form a resolution: both the official and alternative stories are always incomplete. This forces your brain to fill in the blanks, which helps you convince yourself that you’re right.

In essence, gaslighting, where they place conspiracy in the culture and then deny its there when you point it out, calling you crazy.

 

How to spot a fake event | Piece of Mindful

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This is an attempt to come up with a set of criteria by which we can judge whether a terrorist event is real or fake. I put together a list of behaviors by police, medical and news people. My idea is to take that tragic event and by objective standards judge it to have been real or staged. Because I wanted a two-column format, I ended up typing it out in Excel and then doing screen caps. I broke it down in to the crime scene, the police and medical responses, the behavior of news outlets, and the investig

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Our brains can’t tell truth

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Bad news for anyone who thinks 9/11 truth or any other truth will every get out. It’s also another strike against ” eyewitness” testimony. All witnesses to the 9/11 event were actors, and any real witnesses were simply witnessing what they saw on TV – which of course was a completely fictitious movie.

I accepted that I must have forgotten or lost a great deal but assumed that the memories I did have were essentially valid and reliable, and it was a shock to me when I found that some of them were not.

All of us transfer experiences to some extent, and at times we are not sure whether an experience was something we were told or read about, even dreamed about, or something that actually happened to us.

There is, it seems, no mechanism in the mind or the brain for ensuring the truth, or at least the veridical character, of our recollections. Our only truth is narrative truth, the stories we tell each other and ourselves — the stories we continually re-categorize and refine. Such subjectivity is built into the very nature of memory and follows from its basis and mechanisms in the brains we have. The wonder is that aberrations of a gross sort are relatively rare and that for the most part our memories are so

Source: How you can remember a moment when you weren’t even there | Toronto Star

Life is good, but agitprop is a silent killer

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I notice the same tension with my aging parents. They’re so much harder to reach I don’t even want to bother.

Mark writes on this well.

The only negative is not about them. They are like almost everyone in this regard. They seem to be caught up in the flow of tragic events. I could not help but notice a negative backdrop, as if they presume to be the last generation before cataclysm. The planet is going to hell. It is a universal sentiment, and wrong. The planet is in flux, a constant state, and will continue to change, but will not self-immolate. Humans will adapt and survive far into the foreseeable future and beyond.

As I like to say, sit back and relax and get ready to enjoy Canadian wine.

Further, the “me too” psyop that followed the Harvey Weinstein hoax appears to have hit its mark … universal victimhood. Women are victims of men rather than active participants in life. Sure there is some grabbing and groping, often inappropriate but not devastating to the human psyche. Women know that men watch them, want them, and they like it that way. Their job appears to be allurement and enticement, allowing them to pick and choose which advances they will entertain and which not. They don’t actively seek male attention. Like men, they like fantasy but then step back before fingers get burned.

They don’t have to seek attention. They only need to manage it. It might be a game of dare, but it is one that almost everyone plays, even in the retirement homes. It makes life so much more enjoyable.

The pedophilia and rape regimes that have been the focus of news are fake … but I emphasize again that pedophiles and rapists are real. Murder is real, and happens every day, but for purposes of agitprop is blown out of proportion into fake mass shooting events, and prior to that fake serial killers. The same applies to pedophilia and rape … these things are real, so always watch your back. But for agitation purposes they are waaaay overblown.

The object appears to be that constant state of tension we feel all about us. Pessimism about the future and fear about the present … this seems the norm. It is no way to live. It is what the overlords want, as it keeps us distracted and prevents us from engaging our brains. I am not the first to notice that these hoax mass shootings easily fall apart on close examination. I also notice that very few people seem capable of exercising the critical judgment necessary to do that examination.

So the message here is optimism. Life is as good as we want to make it. It offers a thousand ways to be happy, and an equal number if paths towards pessimism, anger, and agitation. It is a choice. It is within our power to be happy, or not.

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Dark web

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I facetiously asked in a past audiochat about the dark web, saying I didn’t see much evidence for it. I was speaking out of ignorance, but this post does a good job of educating.Deep web - scheme

I think many of you will be surprised to learn some new, less known facts about the internet, the digital wonderland of the 21st century. We all know that the internet is huge, right? It would take us months or even years to Google search and find every single existing internet page. But did you know that all that we can find with Google, Bing, Yandex or any other »classic« search engine represents only a small fraction of what the web offers? The small fraction is only the tip of the iceberg — a traditiona

Source: The Internet’s Dark Web | Vexman’s Thoughts

Truther trap

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It’s us against a trillion dollar entity in this psy-war. With such an uneven playing field, is it possible to win?

Paul says we have to adjust our strategy, since they are all the time. 

On one hand 

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Another great comment.

On the one hand, U.S. Intelligence is so vast, has such reach and power, that they can organize and pull off the biggest shooting hoax (by # of victims) anyone’s ever seen. Coordinating tens of thousands of extras and support personnel. And they can do CGI like no one’s business. They can morph faces in real-time to the point that they’re almost indistinguishable from the real person.

Don’t be a truth preacher 

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Another good comment from POM. 

What you shouldn’t forget, Vexman, is everything we do here is HOBBY. Other people gather and play sports, others read the Bible, others go fishing, others solve crossword puzzles together, we do this. That is what this is; a hobby. Our hobby is analyzing stories that are told to us and showing and sharing information that they are wrong; lies, misdirections, etc. And yes, that is a serious thing. But there is no contradiction between a hobby, a pastime, as this is, and being serious about it. If you love skydiving as a hobby, I assume you take your hobby very seriously…

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