Category Archives: Magic numbers

Car crashes and vicsims

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This crash is just down the road from the police detachment.

I have a personal attachment to car crashes on Toronto roads because I spend most of my life on them.

When there’s a major car crash, I like to look. I like the pictures, and my new go-to video producer is the OPP Media/Propaganda Officer, who spends most of his day periscoping crash scenes.

As a fakeologist, it’s unavoidable that I ask if they stage major collisions to make a point. There are many reasons for this, mainly to control the narrative and use the “victims” to spread emotional messages that make one stop and question what they’re doing on the road.

There are enough bad drivers on the road to cause collisions. What if the victims or their families don’t want to play media (ie. what if they’re normal)? Then the impact cannot be used to send a message to the public. Message lost. Therefore, stage collisions and use crisis actors.

A 32-year-old man has been charged in connection with a five-vehicle crash on a major highway west of Toronto that killed a woman and injured several others late last month, provincial police said Thursday. Yasir Baig, of Mississauga, turned himself in to police late Wednesday evening, OPP said, and was charged Thursday with four criminal counts, including dangerous driving causing death and failing to remain at the scene of a collision. The crash happened at about 10 p.m. Jan. 27 on the Queen Elizabe

Source: Arrest made in fatal ‘horrific crash’ on QEW in Mississauga, provincial police say | Toronto Star

They served up this woman as the vicsim (19-hoax code). As a photographer, her facebook page looks more like a long list of social justice messages (a propos for the top down messaging of the day), and not a gallery of what one would expect from someone studying photography.

By contrast, there hasn’t been one story about my friend who died in a car crash 30km down the road from the above crash.

I still don’t know what happened, but his daughter told me his neck was broken. The only way I can see this happening is the airbag. How many stories do we read about the airbags of our vehicles breaking necks? Answer: very few or none. Is there an issue here? Food for thought, and worthy of investigation.

Types of Airbag Injuries

Link to villain, who even parked in a disabled parking spot.

Another admitted fake story

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Seems to be a new strategy-of-tension pattern in the Toronto hoaxes this week.

Create a fake story, then admit it’s fabricated, but not totally fake. This is a double fake as they say, and makes it harder to explain, even for me, that the whole story is a media fabrication.

I will highlight the ambiguous/weasel words, phrases, and numbers that give clues that none of this is true, including that the “mother” admits it’s fake.

A woman who gave birth to a baby in a North York home on Tuesday morning fabricated a story about finding it abandoned behind a nearby plaza, a police source tells CP24. Police initially said that the baby boy was spotted by a couple in a covered walkway behind a plaza near Keele Street and Lawrence Avenue at around 11 a.m.

Police said they were told the couple placed the baby in a hoodie and took him to a nearby home before calling 9-1-1.

That story, however, has since been debunked.

According to the police source that spoke with CP24, investigators have determined that the baby’s mother had kept her pregnancy a secret from her family and gave birth to the baby alone inside a home on Redberry Parkway on Tuesday morning.

The source said the woman, believed to be under the age of 20, called police as soon as she gave birth and made up the story about finding the baby behind the plaza.

The baby, which still had his umbilical cord, was taken to hospital via emergency run and was initially listed in serious but stable condition, though his condition was later downgraded to critical. The source told CP24 that it is their understanding that the woman received no medical care throughout her pregnancy. (to hospital is a British-ism)

“Right now the most important thing is to make sure that this baby gets the care that it needs to survive,” Const. David Hopkinson told CP24 earlier on Tuesday morning. “That is the only thing the officers will be concentrating on (right now). We will have plenty of time to investigate once that is done.”

Speaking with CTV News, a family member of the woman said she is a 19-yearold woman from Korea (Ab-North Korea perhaps?) who has been staying with family in the city.

According to Hopkinson, the mother was located by police on Tuesday afternoon. He said that police are getting her “the medical care she needs.”

The source who spoke with CP24 said that the mother is not likely to face criminal charges.

The source said that the woman was visiting family at the Redberry Parkway home at the time of the birth.

CP24’s cameras captured the woman, dressed in sweat pants and a red jacket, being escorted out of the home at around 1:45 p.m. and being placed into the back of an awaiting ambulance.

The woman was not in handcuffs, though she was being escorted by multiple police officers.

The area around the plaza was cordoned off for most of the day but police cleared the scene at around 2 p.m., shortly after the woman was taken into custody.

A worker at one dry cleaning business with a door facing onto the walkway where the baby was falsely reported to be found previously told CP24 that investigators reviewed surveillance footage but did not see any baby being left in the walkway.

The Children’s Aid Society is awaiting instructions from police and will attend Humber River Hospital, where the baby is receiving treatment, once notified.

At that point, the CAS will formally “apprehend” the baby.

“Ensuring the safety of the child has to be the primary concern.” Children’s Aid Society of Toronto CEO David Rivard told CP24. “If the mother is listening please come forward. We will do all we can to support you and ensure the child remains safe.”

Police previously said that the baby was crying when it was first transported to hospital. (Ab-the most pedantic and emotionally basic line in the whole story – what? a newborn that cries?!)

Source: Young mother fabricated story about finding abandoned baby after birth, police source says | CTV Toronto News

You can apply the same critical eye to local stories (perhaps written in London or Ft. Bragg) to see similar hoax codes.

Lunch Atop a Skyscraper

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I’ve never heard of or seen this photo – but apparently it’s the subject of a doco from a while ago (link below).

There’s much controversy about who/what/where/how, but I can’t find much on the web disputing the fact that it’s a composite photo.

I’ve posted many other photoshopped images of people standing in impossible places, but this one must have used other techniques back in its day.

Usual clues: 11, floor 69, etc…

A new documentary explores the mystery figures in “Lunch Atop a Skyscraper,” a symbolic photograph of Depression-era New York, as well as the identity of its photographer.

Source: ‘Lunch Atop a Skyscraper’ Uncovered – The New York Times

h/t Jr. Fakeologist

11 again

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11 is a hoax code marker, masonfitti.

Donald Trump is on the inside, even if you think he’s on your side.

Eleven is the main character on a trending show, Stranger Things.

If you think this is by accident, then you need to learn how numbers are used to code each and every story in the media.

While I don’t think numbers have any special powers, perhaps the hoaxsters think they can be used for psychological control.

220 alligators

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We go almost every year, and the only alligator we ever saw was in the Peter Pan ride – and it’s actually a crocodile.

This story, signed by magic numbers, is itself a croc. Who wouldn’t sue Disney and start an organ donor foundation and a lighthouse instead? These are not normal reactions, which makes sense because we are not dealing with real people.

The sims march on….

According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, more than 220 of the animals were removed from the location between May 2006 and August 2015. After that 10-year period, the number of captures and removals increased to more than 40 in a single year, June 15, 2015, to June 15, 2016. The child was killed June 14, 2016, and the following year removals more than doubled to 83.www.thestar.com…

Hookers, blow, subs and nukes

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There’s so much fakery in this story I don’t know where to begin.

Psyop writers must get fun assignments here and there.

Nine British servicemen have been thrown off a nuclear submarine at the centre of a sex probe, after testing positive for cocaine while on duty.

In one of the worst scandals to hit the Navy, the crew from HMS Vigilant – which carries the Trident nuclear deterrent – were sent home and kicked out of the service after the class A drug was found in their blood.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5025485/HMS-Sex-Cocaine.html…

H/t noagendaplayer.com…

What DCP is all about

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Even though the numbers are marked with spookery (11), I think the idea is right. Dying (while on top – and promoting your upcoming death for a couple of years beforehand) is great for business.

TORONTO — Fans of the Tragically Hip flocked to the band’s music as they mourned the death of singer Gord Downie, which drove a huge boost in sales, streams and radio play.

Eleven albums by the Kingston, Ont., rockers climbed onto the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the week that ended Oct. 19. It was the previous day that Downie’s family announced the Hip frontman had died.

Overall sales for the band’s catalogue spiked 1,000%, rising to a combined 11,000 equivalent units from 1,000 units the previous week. The chart is tallied by Nielsen Music and is based on both physical and digital sales along with a calculation of on-demand streams.