Nothing like front page news to bring up sagging Shake a spear sales.
Concidentally, I was going to go to a play this year. Mrs. Fakeologist vetoed it earlier, saying this year’s lineup was awful. Maybe she was right.
This story also helps reinforce the idea that there will be security checks in every public space, including grocery stores. Buy your scanner shares today.
At about 6:45 p.m., Stratford police received a call that explosives had been placed “at the Stratford Festival,” prompting the speedy evacuations of both the Festival and Avon theatres.
Monday’s bomb threat was the first time in the Stratford Festival’s years of performances that an opening night was cancelled. While protests in 2006 by a coalition of anti-poverty groups resulted in additional precautions, the performers still took to the stage as scheduled.
At an evening media conference, Stratford Festival officials shared plans to enhance its security measures, including the possibility of hiring additional security personnel and bag checks.
I don’t really know what to think of the MM blowout on the two previously mentioned blogs, but I do know that he has the best summaries and conclusions on #HRDPAR #NDNGH anywhere.
I love the conclusions – perhaps the only part you need to commit to memory when explaining these things to non-believers.
And again, the reason they are running these fake shootings is threefold:
1) They are preparing the public for the installing of body scanners at all public places, including all schools, sporting and entertainment events, casinos, and—very soon—grocery stores. I predict that soon after the body scanners are installed in schools, we will see a spate of fake grocery store shootings. As proof of the first part of that, note that Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick
immediately went on TV and said that schools “have too many entrances and exits”. Obviously,he wants to limit the entrances, so that he can place body scanners there. But ask yourself if that makes sense from the point of view of fire safety. Do you want to block off most exits?
2) This is part of the longrunning [and partially declassified] Operations Chaos and Cointelpro, by which the public is kept in a constant state of fear. This fear has many benefits for the governors, including the swelling of Intel, military, police forces and jails. This fear also keeps gun sales astronomically high. Some tell you these events are run to promote gun control, but that is misdirection. Have you seen any meaningful gun control lately? No, any real gun control would cut into their sales, so you won’t see it. The governors know they don’t need to do anything about gun control, since these events are faked. The governors know that because they are faking them. This fear also keeps sales of many others products brisk, since frightened and divided people spend far more money on compensating products than social and happy people. Social and happy people can entertain themselves, with sex, conversation, and simple inexpensive games. But divided and frightened people require a slew of new drugs, potions, porn, media, cosmetics, and surgery to get them through the day.
3) The New Yorker has already posted a piece on the “Ordinary Terrorist”. Here is the subtitle: The notion of a regular person committing horrific acts of violence, such as the Santa Fe High
School shooting, for petty human reasons is terrifying in itself. Surely you can see through that. More fear creation. Everyone is a potential terrorist. Don’t just be afraid of really bad guys, be afraid of everyone. Be very afraid of the boy next door who mows your lawn or sits your cats. And—especially—be afraid of men and boys. This is an important part of the project to split the sexes. Make women terrified of all men and boys. Joined to the Men-are-Pigs project also now in high gear—where every famous man is allegedly groping or raping all the womenaround him—these two projects are incredibly powerful. But only if you believe them.
Another psylly psytory to try and normalize the idea that coroners, parents, and doctors mix up dead and dying patients all the time. Do the psy writers really think that the public perceives authorities as bumbling idiots?
This story meant to offset the unbelievablely bad hockey hoax body mixup.
Medicine Crane questioned the worker about the nose ring. “He just looked at me and said, ‘Oh, it could have been while the vehicle was rolling around and, like, got stuck in her nose.’”
“That was what his answer was. And I was just trying to make sense of it.”
Good cut for GoFundMe. The Toronto Van Attack hoaxsters set up their own swindleraising foundation to avoid fees. My guess is the actors will get far less than $500K each – I’m sure the corporations used to set up the scam will get the lion’s share and only dispense a small monthly annuity. Wouldn’t it be great if one of the actors squawked over their pittance?
“The GoFundMe campaign raised $15.175 million, approximately,” said Garinger. “After the deduction of fees charged by GoFundMe, the net amount the memorial fund anticipates receiving from the donated monies is … right around $14.7 million. Read more: St. Albert Humboldt committee to announce legacy campaign details later this month Humboldt Broncos face off against Saskatchewan league in trademark fight for #HumboldtStrong Humboldt Broncos returning for 2018-19 hockey season “One hundred pe
On a side note, a Jr. Fakeologist noted that one of the cuter vicsim hockey player’s instagram profile picture changed – after he “died”. It now includes his girlfriend. I’m sure they can come up with a suitable lie to explain that, but it was creepy to see “dead” people’s virtual lives change after the fact.
Toronto police say nine people have died and 16 are injured after multiple pedestrians were struck by a white van in Toronto Monday afternoon. Police said the incident happened around 1:30 p.m. in the area of Yonge Street and Finch Avenue.
Another example of how the idea of crisis actors, staged ICE capstone events, #HRDPAR, #NDNGH is catching on and has to be confronted head on by the powers that be. Even if this case is also staged, will real laws be passed?
The parents of two children killed at Sandy Hook elementary school in 2012 sued Alex Jones, the host of InfoWars, who had derided the shooting as fake and possibly staged by the government.
A semi-trailer slammed into a bus carrying a youth hockey team in western Canada, killing 15 people and injuring 14 in a catastrophic collision that left a country and its national sport heartbroken. The crash sent shockwaves through the team’s small hometown.
Looking at the above picture makes any thinking person wonder how did two vehicles end up like this if it’s a T-bone crash? Do the skid marks match? Not at all. I’ve got plenty of tractor trailer crashes and none look like this.
Don’t bother looking at the details, we have the personal stories pouring out the media orifice now to take you off point.
The Gofundme is going quite well. The team photo, as is normal for suspicious stories, is of a resolution I’d attribute to a Kodak disc camera (remember those? I do – I worked in a photo lab and the picture quality was awful).
Most camera phones have a resolution thousands of times better. Why can’t we have a detailed picture? The answer is because detailed faked composites can be blown up and picked apart by the fakeologist community.
I thought to myself today as I left the grocery store, being hit up for non-existent pocket change (I’m mostly digital money), how much money minor hockey costs – perhaps up to $5,000/year per player. Transportation costs must be heavy in the rural provinces. If they are raising real money, as in this gofundme, could this be one more possible reason to stage an event?
One of the first media sites to feature the story was the Washington Post, which references the Associated Press as a source. This coincides with the theory that most of these stories are American created psyOps, and are fed to their outlets.
At least 15 people are dead after a crash between a tractor-trailer and a bus carrying a Canadian junior hockey league team, a tragedy that struck at the heart of a tightknit city in rural Saskatchewan and immediately echoed through the hockey world and beyond.
At least one (real/unreal) commenter wondered why it was on the front “page” of an American outlet, and was quickly made the most lambasted comment.