The dramatic story of two Honolulu women who were lost at sea for nearly six months before being rescued by the U.S. navy played out on front pages and websites worldwide. But in the days since, inconsistencies in their account have come to light and some of their story has changed.
Not all hoaxes are bad news. These ladies look awfully well fed after supposedly dining on seawater and gruel.
The media complex once more plumbing the depths of gullibility.
Two American women lost at sea for five long months have been rescued after a broken mast and a disabled engine took them thousands of miles off course.
Jennifer Appel, 48, and friend Tasha Fuiava were found by a Taiwanese fishing vessel around 900 miles southeast of Japan, the U.S. Navy said Thursday. A Navy ship based out of Sasebo, Japan, rescued them on Wednesday morning Japan time.
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.
If this story is true, it just shows how images are easily grabbed off the internet and used for fake stories. Since no-one is checking, only someone related to the real person could let him know – then hope the media would propagate the true story. Of course, using a sim is much easier and free of complications.
A Mississauga imam who had his image used in a fake news article about mosques refusing to shelter victims of Hurricane Harvey says he’s never even been to Texas. A photo of Ibrahim Hindy of the Dar Al-Tawheed Islamic Centre was the main image of multiple hoax articles about an imam who refused to shelter non-Muslims displaced by Hurricane Harvey in their mosques.
Most of us are carrying high end camera equipment – let’s talk with each other and a few strangers and see how many people are awake.
As usual, I disagree with Rae that the (false) Jews are behind the media. Many calling themselves Jewish (again, representing the biblical false Jews of the end times) are in positions of power, but I have always contended that court Jews have always been put these blackmailable places to control them. Jews no more run the world than Moslems destroy it.
One of the biggest red flags of a fake story is when one of the media is a “witness”. 9/11 taught us that. Simulated witnesses are some of the most important actors in fake events, and when they are media, the red flag goes even higher.
This local story is suspicious, if only for this reason. A follow up story to make changes to the roadway is already out.
I’ve been biking to work year round from south Etobicoke to One Yonge St. for about eight years now, and when I strap on my helmet and head out, I don’t what I am going to see that day.
A 5-year-old boy riding his bike lost control somehow and fell into traffic on Lake Shore Blvd W. He was hit by a car. When I arrived the boy was still on the road, motionless, and people were pulling out their phones to call 911.
A man picked the boy off the road and put him on the sidewalk. I believe it was the man cycling with the boy. Others rushed to his side. The rest is a blur. The driver who hit the boy had gotten out of his car and was standing beside me on the bike path. He was beyond devastated. People tried to help the boy until the paramedics arrived. I don’t recall who started the chest compressions.
Others, including myself, tried to comfort the 29-year-old driver. A man on the path told me he saw the accident and there was nothing the driver could have done. The boy died later in hospital.
This “man” looks like every cute youtuber. I’m not sure Canada makes its own psyops. I think it’s cheaper to buy them from Tavistock or Ft. Bragg. Canada is smaller than California, so I doubt we spend too much, therefore we get minimal storyline and character development.
Since this made almost no impact on the Toronto (read Canada) media, I doubt much more will be said. We’re much more interested in the media capital of Canada in the Cheetoh colored oompa loompa.