A modern call for a communist manifesto crackdown on the haters.
I avoided watching this agent provocateur unfunny troll, but too many family normies sent it to me.
I like IPS’ take.
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It is the anniversary of dropping an atom bomb on Hiroshima. But the Hiroshima narrative is a lie. We’ve reported at considerable length about how the whatever was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki didn’t have the kind of immediate destructive impact that is portrayed.
Mexico has its very own, never-ending internal drug war going on.
It behooves this site to ask: is El Chapo, with all his power to terrorize the state, a real person with real power?
Is it possible he’s a state invention to keep a police state-like control over the people?
Heavy gunfire consumed the streets of Culiacán on Thursday, as Mexican security forces struggled to fend off members of the Sinaloa cartel, once led by notorious drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Members of the cartel deployed across the city with military-grade weapons, a remarkable, live-streamed glimpse into their ability to overwhelm the state.
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If there was a poll of fakeologists, the number would be 100%.
Canadians are increasingly skeptical of the news they consume and struggle to distinguish fact from fiction or propaganda, a new survey suggested Thursday. The poll of more than 2,300 Canadians, conducted on behalf of the Canadian Journalism Foundation, found the number of respondents who question the validity of news reports has jumped 10 per cent in the past year, leading to high levels of distrust of both news stories and political figures.
Are the crime writers getting ready for a serial killer renaissance?
We’ve shown that serial killers are crime fiction – and work very well at frightening the people and providing endless writing opportunity.
The latest serial killer story in Toronto is likely pure imagination, hatched in London or Langley.
Are the intelligence agencies ready to reboot the meme?
Serial killer epidemic 2.0.
If you live long enough…you’ll see everything a few times.
According to author Peter Vronsky whose new book, Son of Cain: A History of Serial Killers from the Stone Age to the Present (Penguin Random House), the former mall Santa falls into the category of Ted Bundy, the Son of Sam and other infamous monsters. “There is no rule of thumb on serial killers,” Vronsky told The Toronto Sun. “It’s usually a combination of things, each guy is a cocktail of different things [that drives them to kill].”
More proof that WW2 saw Japan become an Anglo/American protectorate, and of course, a unwilling host to worldwide psyOps and propaganda.
It’s amusing that unlike phony cult leader Manson, they don’t bother aging their phony boogeymen. I guess they figure their people are too busy working.
As usual, no official names, referring to the media sources, indicators of a hoax.
It’s a strange story that a cult would want to kill random people. I thought cults were interested in recruiting and converting. The usual storyline is they kill themselves, after the cult leader has exhausted his supply of nubile female devotees, and decides everyone should suicide themselves when the believers start questioning.
Doomsday cult leader Shoko Asahara and several followers were executed Friday for their roles in a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subways and other crimes, Japanese media reported. The top Japanese government spokesperson confirmed Asahara’s execution but wouldn’t comment on the others. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said only that the justice ministry would make an announcement later Friday.
Further to our discussion on the phony nuke plant meltdown at Fuck-U-shima, we have this local overlay.
A Fukushima-scale meltdown at the Pickering nuclear power plant would exact a devastating human and economic toll on the province, causing 26,000 cases of cancer — nearly half of them fatal — and the evacuation of 154,000 homes in York and Durham regions and east Toronto. Some areas would be uninhabitable for 100 years. Losses from uninsured housing alone would be in the range of $125 billion.
Fakeologist.com is one of the very few places in the media world that supports the positive idea that the US government or evil forces do not kill, torture, or maim its own citizens. This may be naive or delusional to some, but without proof otherwise from their media, it’s the most likely scenario. Why does everyone else, including Adam (@34:00) and John (@48:00), leading “conspiracy” podcasters (that I support), continue to want to be live that their government is willing to sacrifice a few citizens for its evil ways?
Show us the proof, go claim 153news.net $100,000 reward, and we will reexamine our position.
Otherwise, you’re complicit in spreading fear porn, which is a danger to public health.
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.