911 calls from Sandy Hoax and the 9/11 event

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Some 911 calls for you to consider. The first video illustrates what I believe are more like real 911 calls. The last 3, well, sounds like 0;B” roll outtakes from an acting service.

Go to the 2 minute mark of the first video for the best audio quote of the post.

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4 thoughts on “911 calls from Sandy Hoax and the 9/11 event

  1. tsisageya

    I’m guessing that from the time of television, we’ve all been screwed. Just like Jerry Mander said.

    I told you so…

  2. Herge Degrelle

    “A man may imagine things that are false, but he can only understand things that are true, for if the things be false, the apprehension of them is not understanding.” — Isaac Newton

    “I am a kind of paranoiac in reverse. I suspect people of plotting to make me happy.” — J. D. Salinger

    “This is a mournful discovery.
    1)Those who agree with you are insane
    2)Those who do not agree with you are in power.”
    ? Philip K. Dick, VALIS

    “Proverbs for Paranois, n°3: If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don’t have to worry about answers.”
    ? Thomas Pynchon

    To which I will add: if they can get you to FEAR the answers, they don’t even have to worry about the right questions.

    “The evolution of our consciousness causes the evolution of our DNA and vice-versa. That enables us to form higher and higher thoughts and start asking more introspective questions TO WHICH WE NO LONGER FEAR THE ANSWERS. And this is why you have millions of people waking up every day with new questions which they may not have had the day before, all a part of this global rise in consciousness and unity-consciousness towards a new humanity that starts to have a new understanding of who we are as a species, as divine co-creators of all that IS. I know this sounds a little wishy-washy, but what’s exciting is that through my work and my research and my travels I’m fortunate to meet with some really incredible people, scientists and inventors who have created things that boggle the mind and make me realize that nothing is as it seems and we have to constantly strive to keep an open mind to be able to absorb this information, because it is far beyond what we have been taught at school.” — Michael Tellinger



    “To have an ‘open mind,’ to be allowed to think in leaps and bounds is a fairly recent concept.” — Clint Richardson

    “There are thirty-two ways to write a story, and I’ve used every one, but there is only one plot – things are not as they seem.” ? Jim Thompson



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