Pathetic 9/11 propaganda (The Interview)

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I have watched a few current movies (family commitments). I don’t know if it’s age or fakeology, but I can barely tolerate the 0;top” movies of the day. They are truly horrible in every way.

I watched the trailer for this movie and I wanted to run out of the theater.

There are so many elements of in this story, it really boggles the mind.

They have created a fake cyber attack story, evoking a fake terror event (), to create hype around a (real) movie, about a fake storyline (of course people can fathom that part) involving a fake dictator (Kim of North Korea) of a real country experiment to create poverty (I guess – I haven’t been there) to maintain a fake conflict and maintain a divided Korean peninsula.

The purported hackers behind the Sony Pictures cyber attack have issued a new warning, invoking the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks to scare people from seeing The Interview.

“Soon all the world will see what an awful movie Sony Pictures Entertainment has made,” the hackers who call themselves Guardians of Peace wrote on file-sharing websites. “The world will be full of fear. Remember the 11th of September 2001.”

Hollywool is so desperate it robs its own material from its to make movies. Of course this just reinforces by contrast the psyOps being real and movies being , but the intertwining maintains a sufficient blur in the subconscious to keep confusion high and understanding low.

via Sony hackers threaten 9/11 attack on movie opening | Toronto Star.

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2 thoughts on “Pathetic 9/11 propaganda (The Interview)

  1. ab Post author

    Another layer of this huge psyop onion:

    From feed.torrentfreak.com/~r/Torre…

    Yoon Mi-rae (real name Natasha Shanta Reid) is a US-born hip hop and R&B singer who currently releases music on the Feel Ghood Music label. In January 2013 as part of MFBTY (My Fans Better Than Yours), the 33-year-old hit the number 1 spot in the Korean Music Charts and in September reached the same heights on Billboard’s Kpop Hot 100 list with her song ‘Touch Love’.

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