As I discuss Jobs and the potential for some sort of psyOpery in his death, I often wondered about the parallels to a populist politician here in Canada, Jack Layton who died on 8/22/11.
Jack was a popular leader on the left, one who was quite possibly poised to become PM. While I am quite convinced now that the political arena is pre-planned and pre-arranged, one must wonder what the potential for fakery is in this situation.
What if in fact Jack Layton did not get sick, but was told that his role in the political drama was to rise to power, get the people and their hopes up, and then to exit the stage in a dramatic fashion? Is there much difference in getting a devastating cancer and starving yourself?
After all, our favorite (Hollywool) actors do it:
Would it be beneath someone who we are told has such respect for the “working man” that he would be put before us or co-opted later, all in the name of political theater?
These are questions only a fakeologist would ask. All respect to the Layton family if in fact he left this planet as we are told.
You must be aware that 9/11 forces us to ask these questions. We did not ask for 9/11. We did not ask to be deceived.