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Zack has great insight into fakeology in addition to all his numerology. Here is an interesting section on reporters – who may actually be sims.

According to CNN, Ruby Dee passed away peacefully in her sleep at her New Rochelle, New York home. The source of this reporting is Michael Livingston, who is still living, and she is not. The article is written by “Alan Duke”.

Michael = 4+9+3+8+1+5+3 = 33

Livingston = 3+9+22+9+5+7+1+2+6+5 = 69

Alan Duke = 1+3+1+5+4+3+11+5 = 33

Perhaps this is an insight into how the media works, on just about EVERYTHING! Perhaps they have their agents out there, ready to go at all times, ready to help spread the gospel of lies and deception that is what our mainstream media amounts to, and as a result, our level of understanding, on just about all events and issues. It is everything, from Ruby Dee, to the Iraq War, to 9/11. If you pay attention to who is writing the articles for CNN, you’ll see names such as Alan Duke, Peter Bergen, Michael this, Robert that, Stephen someone, and on and on. Yes, people have these names, but these mainstream reporting sources have a disproportionate number of “33” names. The reason for this is because it is part of something larger, something that is exposed, at least in part, on this very blog.

via free to find truth: 66 | Ruby “66” Dee’s Curious June 11 Death.

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Will this 9/11 comment persist?

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9-11 Conspiracies- Social Media And Their Enduring Appeal - Discovery News 2014-06-12 21-25-05I often like to post comments to bring doubters to this site. My comments almost always are ghosted or get deleted. If you’re feeling frisky, head on over and leave a comment. Note your results. Take a screenshot.
Here’s a lamestream media site that doesn’t even post the video in question.

Over the past week, a video claiming to prove that no planes actually hit the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, circulated widely on Facebook and other social media. Despite a self-evidently absurd premise (thousands of people saw the event, both on television and in real life above them in Manhattan), the video now has been seen almost 3 million times.

via 9/11 Conspiracies: Social Media And Their Enduring Appeal : Discovery News.

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