Conclusion to a really good series. Well done Mark.
I started this Columbine journey out wanting to know how they pulled it off, and it has only been over the last couple of days that I came to realize that Parker and Stone, whatever their real names, merely lent their images to the event, and that everyone in that school that day after the real evacuation was an actor. The cafeteria scenes were shot long before, as was the death shot. everything else was a TV show, perhaps a rehearsal for another TV show set for 510 days away, September 11, 2001.
Source: Columbine: Not a tear was shed for victims (Conclusion) | Piece of Mindful
I am a big Michael Moore fan. I fall for his ambush rich vs poor theme every time. My cognitive dissonance is very high when I read this 6th instalment in Mark’s excellent breakdown of the Columbine hoax.
Controlled opposition may be the most important part of any psyop, as good hoax management can literally set a lie in stone. A hoax need only survive one generation, which is around 20 years.
After that time, all is forgotten and forgiven.
This movie helped me realize that Michael Moore, film maker, is a spook and complete fraud. I watched it many years ago, and assumed it was a plea for gun control. Only later do I understand, thanks to the good company I keep here at this blog in the other writers and commenters, that each attempt to promote gun control results in a surge in gun sales. That is probably the objective. Even if armed, the American population in its deeply ignorant state is easily managed and presents no threat to the state.
Columbine: Not a tear was shed for the victims (Part six) pieceofmindful.com…