Hoi, KHam, Rochello, Farcevalue, and El Sushi talk about the satellite hoax (it’s really just one big near shore big cable network).
Illusions are certainly related to fakeology.
Today I declare the climate science “debate” to be mostly an illusion. You think you live in a world in which there are climate science skeptics on one side of the debate, and climate scientists, plus their believers, on the other side. And you think they are talking about the same thing. That isn’t what’s happening. It’s mostly an illusion.I mean this literally. You perceive a debate, but that is mostly a shared hallucination.
This story is packed with fakery.
- No man in space
- No ISS
- I don’t think there are two Kellys
- Genes may be fake
Isn’t it amazing how much science is complete fiction, particularly when it comes to the heavens above? Will the collective ever figure this out so we can really start researching what’s up there?
I tried to tell my father I don’t believe much coming from the MSM, especially the NYT.
After their story on 9/11/01 featuring 19 Moslem tewwowists knocking down buildings, there’s really nothing more needed to prove they promote lies.
I mention 19 because I use this and other occult numerology to validate my claim of obvious storytelling.
The following story has so much more than 19 (billion) in it. I won’t go through every bit of psyop storytelling, but suffice it to say the founder of this “safe from NSA snooping” app is probably no more real in his character development than Bugs Bunny.
When Facebook bought WhatsApp for more than $19 billion in 2014, Jan Koum, a founder of the messaging company, arranged to sign a part of the deal outside the suburban social services center where he had once waited in line to collect food stamps.
More manufactured tech/science leaders:
Oh, and I do use and like whatsapp. I have no illusions of my lack of privacy there, and its ultimate purpose.