Daily Archives: July 11, 2013

9/11 and Quebec train hoax

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Advances in forensic science since the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks may help Canadian authorities identify the remains of dozens of people killed in what may be the country’s worst rail accident in more than 100 years.

Doesn’t take long to tie the two psyops together. Strike while the (psychological damage) iron is hot!

DNA From Bone Bits May ID Train Dead Using 9/11 Methods – Bloomberg mobile.bloomberg.com/news/2013…

I suppose the next logical question in our black is white world is “is DNA testing real?” Time research that one too.

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Can't clap now

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A man’s arm was severed while moving in the new cable ferry in western Quebec that will soon take drivers between Quebec and Ontario, Outaouais police say.
MRC des Collines police said the man, 33, was injured at about 11 a.m.

Even the smallest stories in the smallest places (in this case where my great grandparents landed) have magic numbers in them.

Worker’s arm severed on Quebec-Ontario Ferry – Yahoo! News Canada ca.news.yahoo.com/mans-arm-sev…

So is this message that they don’t want the new ferry?

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Ep48-Lac Megantic Hoax

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Showtime Saturday, July 13, 2013 9:11pm EDT

We talk with guests Aral Sea, Gabriel, and Peter Sheehan.

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9/11 simMastermind's vacuum silliness

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We know we can’t believe a word AP or Reuters writes, but now they’re getting ridiculous. Are they now in direct competition with the Onion?

Confined to the basement of a CIA secret prison in Romania about a decade ago, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the admitted mastermind of the 9-11 terrorist attacks, asked his jailers whether he could embark on an unusual project: Would the spy agency allow Mohammed, who had earned his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering, to design a vacuum cleaner?

via The CIA and a secret vacuum cleaner | Globalnews.ca.

h/t Banazir

For the record, I am positive that Khalid, and most of the other “detainees”, are sims.

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, upon capture.

Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, upon capture. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Bring on the sims

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Here’s the first story making mention of the vicsims of the train “disaster”. Toronto’s biggest newspaper doesn’t even attribute the story to anybody or any news organization. The source is “police say”. Is this reporting or storytelling? Doesn’t anyone want to put their name to this fiction?

The carnage was indiscriminate: young and old, white and black, men and women, early birds and night owls. Some died in their beds, others in the Musi-Café.

via Lac-Megantic derailment: Faces of

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the disaster | Toronto Star.