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.
The power of the fake person, multiplied! Curator Karen Patterson puts a fake outsider artist in the museum and artist David Levine puts on a museum show about the fake crowd. We hear from a 1937 radio play that featured both Orson Welles and the first fake crowd ever broadcast on the radio. And backstage on our Radiotopia live tour, your host turns to fellow ‘topes Roman Mars and Helen Zaltzman for help deciphering an unexpected laugh. PLUS!!!! The long awaited return of ToE’s original extra
I agree with Mark here, again. I also agree that Dave McGowan was a limited hangout – a good one.
I also think CNN quickly morphed into a psyOp/hoax crime storytelling network, especially in the evening, starring Larry King. I know it had me fooled for years.
One of the most sensational murder cases of last century concerned six-year old girl JonBenét Ramsey, found dead in the family basement in Boulder, Colorado on December 25th, 1996. Coming as it did on the heels of the OJ Simpson trial, it served to capture the public’s attention for several years. Just last week (originally written 11/2016) a local station was revisiting the crime here in the Denver radio market.
In episode 141 David talks with Brian Friedman, a New Orleans journalist, in his quest to find out whether Meredith McIvor, the woman who took the blame for the plagiarism of Michelle Obama in Melania Trump’s RNC speech, is real. She has rarely been heard from. The last time was 10 years ago when Donald Trump blamed errors in two of his books on the woman he called his ghost writer. Friedman is not just concerned about whether the Trumps have an imaginary friend to blame things on, but also how