Pretty awake group roundtable (with a little too much Fetzer but fun to hear new voices)
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Update 10/28/14: www.thestar.com/news/gta/2014/…
Oddities: the lawsuit document on scribd is oddly unclear. There’s not much of a virtual footprint of his lawyer, who either specializes in insolvency or everything. He has a sim like quality in the one picture I’ve found so far. I want people to be aware that the OJ trial taught us that an entire court room drama can be portrayed successfully as real, on TV, using real actors. It’s quite possible that in Canada, to save money, they don’t even use real people to act out the drama. Why bother when you can use poor courtroom artistry to represent the fiction? This lawyer was also involved in the BP Sunrise Propane media event, which could have easily been a hoax itself. Of course the numerology is fun too.
Jian Ghomeshi is suing the CBC, his former employer of 13 years, for defamation, breach of confidence and punitive damages, after he was allegedly fired over concerns about “possible negative public perception” of his sex life, according to a $55-million lawsuit filed at 4 p.m. Monday.
A new Monday, a new story.
Toronto (Canada?) woke up to not news of their favorite politician and the election day, not the Ottawa Shooting Hoax, but of one of their cherished government broadcasters being fired for slapping his monkey around a woman’s nether regions.
About two years ago I started seeing a woman in her late 20s. Our relationship was affectionate, casual and passionate. We saw each other on and off over the period of a year and began engaging in adventurous forms of sex that included role-play, dominance and submission. We discussed our interests at length before engaging in rough sex (forms of BDSM). We talked about using safe words and regularly checked in with each other about our comfort levels. She encouraged our role-play and often was the initiator.
I have three ways of looking at this promoted story, in order of preference :
If you have no idea who this person is, here’s his most famous media event that went global:
I thank Mother Fakeologist for bringing this story to me before it “exploded” yesterday. I chided her for knowing more about this media darling than her own son. Of course she is totally unsubscribed to my broadcasts and blog, and cannot listen for more than a few minutes to my fakeologist viewpoint.
Note: this story follows the same template as the past Rob Ford story. Same newspaper thestar.com, same “investigative” reporter Kevin Donavon, same unnamed sources, same no criminal charges. Is it possible that this is a psyop economizing on players?
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All good psyOps have official investigators and whistleblowers to keep real people from getting involved. Simon summarizes many of the 9/11 investigators and their strange demises.
It looks like no one knows WHEN EXACTLY these supposed “9/11 martyrs” showed up at Heaven’s door. Funny, innit? In any case, Deborah Simon’s “uncertain date of death” appears to be a hallmark of the various alleged “truthers & whistleblowers” who get “mysteriously whacked” – a ploy clearly designed to instill anguish / terror amongst honest / independent researchers. It is nothing but an extension of the emotionally-charged “vicsim” ploy – which has served the 9/11 perps quite nicely to this day – and it appears that Phil Jayhan plays along with these ‘pre-packaged’ / boringly rehashed cointelpro schemes. In any case, Jayhan’s own antics of late (dodging any questions regarding Debbie in crass & clumsy fashion) are more than telling – and rather amusing, if you ask me!