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.
I facetiously asked in a past audiochat about the dark web, saying I didn’t see much evidence for it. I was speaking out of ignorance, but this post does a good job of educating.
I think many of you will be surprised to learn some new, less known facts about the internet, the digital wonderland of the 21st century. We all know that the internet is huge, right? It would take us months or even years to Google search and find every single existing internet page. But did you know that all that we can find with Google, Bing, Yandex or any other »classic« search engine represents only a small fraction of what the web offers? The small fraction is only the tip of the iceberg — a traditiona
Source: The Internet’s Dark Web | Vexman’s Thoughts
The best place to conduct a lie is where people can’t see. As above, so below, “space” and underwater.
With few able to check, these are great places to make up fiction, science fiction, as in Jules Verne, responsible for most modern fiction a century later.
Here’s a misdirection hoax story. Most that understand the Great Lakes know this story is impossible, but how many take it a step further and question how much of the submarine story is fake?
We know they exist on the surface, but once they go under water and out of sight, what exactly is going on? Is this where Hellyweird takes over?
Blue Moon is one of my favorite writers.
In the comments for Maarten’s recent post regarding the flying Yugo, the conversation turned towards the inevitable question of who would participate in such a ruse? My immediate guess is military personnel. No big headline, that, but it should be stated once again to ward off the suspicion that actual criminals may be involved. The people used in hoaxes have to be reliable, and the notion of a criminal being reliable long term doesn’t really add up, in my opinion.
Source: Who would do such a thing? | Piece of Mindful
If you like audio and want a better clue about North Korea, introducing radio vagabond. I intend to have Palle Bo on my broadcast to discuss his trip. Contact him to encourage him @
He did get rather upset at this story I hadn’t heard about. Anyone here think it’s real or timely propaganda?
I took my daughter to North Korea – or as they call themselves: Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. In this episode, you can join us to a crazy dictatorship where the supreme leaders seen as demi-gods. At the border both me and my daughter are getting the big search, we meet the locals and visit many of the biggest attractions in the capital, Pyongyang. The DPRK is a very interesting place to visit. In many ways, it’s a modern place and also it’s like stepping back in time. And it’s a pla
She goes topless and also blows your mind. Fantastic audio.