Daily Archives: August 4, 2013


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Time to invent a new term for what this blog and its readers are: fakeoligists. Those that study fakery.

It sure beats conspiracy theorist.

fake[ feyk ]
verb (used with object)
1. prepare or make (something specious, deceptive, or fraudulent): to fake a report showing nonexistent profits.
2. to conceal the defects of or make appear more attractive, interesting, valuable, etc., usually in order to deceive: The story was faked a bit to make it more sensational.
3. to pretend; simulate: to fake illness.


Our website can now be accessed at fakeologist.com. Our backup site that I’ll try and keep synced is at fakeologist.wordpress.com

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So who is missing still at Lac Megantic?

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Looks like the fakists running the Quebec train crash hoax are settling on 47 and 38 (=11) for their final numbers.

On the day that last body was found the head of the Quebec provincial police’s crime scene investigators, Steven Montambeault, cried during interviews as he described sights and smells that he said will haunt him forever.
The number of bodies found could still change, even if the search is over, Lapointe said. The coroner’s office, meanwhile, said it has identified 38 of the bodies and will work to identify the rest.

More ridiculous over the top silly stories about “crying during interviews” (let see them) to tell you how to react.

What are the names of the missing vicsims? Don’t they need any of the public’s help to find them?


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Explaining Lac Megantic fakery

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The psyOp writers consult fakery sites as part of their job. Apparently they’ve noticed that most are aware that crude oil could not possibly produce fake mushroom cloud nuclear (fake) style imagery.

Enter their cover story to extinguish that fakery inconsistency.

“I’m not an expert in this domain, but it seems that the crude oil reacted in an abnormal way,” Ed Belkaloul told reporters in Lac-Megantic.

“That’s why we took samples — to know exactly what the ingredients are in this crude oil and to know why the railcars blew open like this.”

Lie upon lie.


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