9/11 is the primary reason this site exists.
When I see a reference to 9/11 in a place that it doesn’t belong or doesn’t readily make sense, I puzzle over it. They use any excuse to bring up 9/11. It’s used for trauma based mind control.
Serial killers have been questioned on this site. Why is it that they have gone out of fashion? Have we medicated the evil streaks out of men? Or is it more likely they were the psyop of the decades back in the 65s to early 80s? Like all writing styles, I suppose they go in out of vogue.
Canada has had two big serial killer stories. Clifford Olson and Paul Bernardo. While perusing Clifford Olson’s wickedpedia page, I noticed a reference to 9/11 that I remember from the past but made little of it.
Olson made many bizarre and false claims, including that the United States had granted him clemency for providing information about the September 11 attacks and that the hearing had no jurisdiction over him because of that. Under Canadian law,
Now often on multiple choice questions, you have 4 answers. One if correct, one is almost correct, one is wrong, and one is ridiculous. Clearly, the 9/11 reference is ridiculous. So why, if the entire Olson story is a hoax, put it in?
I imagine it’s the ultimate 220;tag” for those in the know. It’s the ridiculous clue that is the proverbial slap in the face to the targets of the hoax, you.
It may be a stretch to simply assume most or all serial killers are psyOps based on these simple tags, but perhaps they make far more sense when reviewing the bizarre and ridiculous storylines that occur around these equally bizarre characters.
I’ll keep looking through these fakeologists lenses at these superstar media crime stories. You should too. Comment if you find anything. Let’s blow the lid off on the supercriminal stories.