Strange John le Bon didn’t mention this.
I choose fake on this one.
I thought it had been a while since the US had an event. We’ve had plane, train, and bus crashes, perhaps time for unregulated custom made stretch limos?
Lots of fakery to sink your teeth into here. Some crystal clear photos, which is different from past phony stories.
Remember, local news media outlets, especially in small towns, are cut back to the advertiserless bone. How does the UK based Daily Fail get such a complete report from so far away?
Four sisters and their husbands are among 20 people dead after a limousine taking them to a surprise 30th birthday careened through a junction, hit two pedestrians and then plunged into a steep ditch. Abigail Jackson, Mary Dyson, Allison King and Amy Steenburg – whose birthday they were en route to celebrating – all died alongside husbands Adam Jackson, Robert Dyson and Axel Steenburg in the crash, which happened around 2pm on Saturday in upstate New York. In total 18 people inside the limo – a grou
Guest of MM on this one.
Multiple movies to follow.
As I’m sure many readers have already surmised, the feel-good story of the year, which involved the “successful rescue” of a Thai soccer team from a flooded underground cave, was a massive hoax. Like virtually all of the major (and increasingly minor) news stories these days, this was a work of fiction from start to finish.
That said, I thought it is worth dissecting the script a bit, as there is some incremental value to be gained from unpacking this Intel disaster
I may have to switch the name of the site.
The word fake has been completely diluted since Trump.
Here’s a fake story about a fake storyteller.
The script writers are putting almost no effort into their tales these days. This one is so generic it’s simply a placeholder.
Toronto police have arrested and charged a Hamilton man after a “threatening” Facebook post from a fake profile suggested there would be a mass shooting at a downtown Toronto nightclub. The man, 27, has been charged with conveying false information with intent to alarm, and failure to comply with probation. He appeared in a Toronto court on Saturday.
I didn’t get a chance to see an iceberg while in Newfoundland this month, but tis the season for them as summer peaks.
Icebergs are real, but is the famous 11 ton video real or are we dealing with CGI?
Icebergs melting is a normal thing in the summer. Linking it to the “climate change” hoax is just to reinforce the business model built around it.
If anyone speaks Danish that can place some calls to Greenland to see what’s going on up there, let’s hear a call.
I haven’t followed this story closely, but it was the #1 story on the major media for many days. Coincidentally, it’s about football, and football has the world’s attention now.
I heard many strange twists to the story on the radio this week, including the idea that they weren’t going to release the names of the rescued children until everyone was rescued. The poor parents would just have to wait to see who one the rescue lottery.
There were other anomalies that the media had no answer for, to leave the world stuck in puzzlement. Fakeologists may leave them below.
Like the 33 Chilean miner story years back, this is a good news story for the most part. It is a made for TV drama to distract the world.
Be sure that the movie is already in the can, and will be released in a theater near you in time for Christmas.
The 25-year-old assistant soccer coach who took 12 schoolboys into the flooded Tham Luang cave in Thailand has been criticized by some for his actions, but the parents of the boys are calling him a hero for keeping their boys alive. Ekapol Chantawong, or coach “Ake” as he is known to his players, took members of the Wild Boars soccer team into the cave more than two weeks ago. Eight of the 12 boys trapped have been rescued from the cave, but five others, including Chantawong, are still inside
Not too many hoax videos anywhere.
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.
Doug Ford may become Premier today.
I think the whole Ford family feud is an act.
They don’t even bother to put his house on MLS. They don’t even do a good sign job, and the family business is a label company!
Read all the media around his “death” and be satisfied with yourself that it makes more sense that Rob Ford is just sitting laughing in his condo somewhere around town at this whole charade.
If you choose to believe that the family business is in trouble as the media reports, then their family was ripe to be co-opted by the powers that want to help steer the election in there direction.
When a story is a hoax it’s impossible to know all the details. It’s okay to guess, and that’s what I like to do.
For those that vote today, vote carefully.
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.
Brad McNamara, Wack’s strength and conditioning coach and friend, describes Wack as a “gentle giant” who had talent on and off the ice.
“He wasn’t just a hockey player, an amazing young man, but he was also very talented as well,” he said.“He tried to evolve not just as an athlete, but he also evolved into an amazing videographer.”
Wack had an Instagram account devoted to his photography with 1,800 followers, one of whom is Riley Bagley, an amateur photographer from Missouri.
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.
Unless the shoemaker’s children go barefoot, we should expect some amazing video coming from the world’s leading purveyor of such.
A woman who believed she was being suppressed by YouTube and told her family members she “hated” the company opened fire at YouTube’s headquarters in California, wounding three people before taking her own life, police said. Investigators do not believe Nasim Aghdam specifically targeted the three victims when she pulled out a handgun and fired off several rounds in a courtyard at the company’s headquarters south of San Francisco on Tuesday, police said.
Amusing hoax language – obfuscation and vagary.
But a law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation told The Associated Press that Aghdam had a longstanding dispute with the company. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the case, said Aghdam used the name “Nasime Sabz” online.
Staying current with the psyOp:
A website in that name decried YouTube’s policies and said the company was trying to “suppress” content creators.
“Youtube filtered my channels to keep them from getting views!” one of the messages on the site said. “There is no equal growth opportunity on YOUTUBE or any other video sharing site, your channel will grow if they want to!!!!!”
… Then even this “only in dreams” story is no doubt too good to be true… to be real.
It’s the sort of thing we’ve all dreamt of as our heads loll at our desks during hour six of a soul-killing nine-to-five, but for Illinois’ Scott Foster, the fantasy became real. The 36-year-old accountant, dad of two, and rec league hockey player was called up as the Chicago Blackhawk’s emergency backup goalie Thursday night and blocked seven shots to secure the team’s win against the Winnipeg Jets.
He wore #90.
Our hero has mysteriously gone quiet and is not doing any interviews.
Since Friday, Foster has declined to talk any more about his sudden fame. A representative for Golub Capital’s (Foster’s employer) New York-based public relations firm said it fielded several requests for interviews and is turning them all down.
If this story is true then it fits my idea that even government officials don’t actually know the true phony story. They are just as in the dark as everyone else, meaning they are compartmentalised too. At most, government organizations would only need one person to do the bidding of those that create the folk stories.
The media never investigates stories, they are simply fed the stories from the hoax creators unfiltered.
During Hawaii’s mistaken missile alert, even 911 operators were checking CNN to see if attack was real
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
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.