This feedback brings up a good point that I enjoy discussing: what is the point of the psyOp? For me, it’s always fear and money, and testing the gullibility of the masses. It’s always about testing control mechanisms, to fine tune herd management of the future.
The Challenger simulated disaster was one I remember where I was: pulling into the parking lot of a university that I would later quit from, since I really didn’t see the 220;science” in any of my courses. Not sure if this “disaster” had an effect on me, but I’m sure somehow it did. They all do, subconsciously, even if you DO understand fakeology.
Let’s help Jack with his question (keep ’em coming):
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I’m thoroughly enjoying what you’ve created here. For those of us with the cognitive ability and the courage to discern reality from manufactured reality, the information you disseminate on your site is greatly appreciated.
A short while back, you posted research from ‘cluesforum’ on the crew of the spaceshuttle ‘Challanger’, which I found to be especially revealing.
In the case of at least 5 of the so called ‘astronauts,’ the photographic evidence alone is undeniable. When that evidence is added to the mountains of statistical and coicidental impossibilities, the case is closed, in my opinion.
Although It’s not difficult for me to see what should be blatantly obvious to most anybody who’s willing enough to look, I am somewhat unclear as to the objective of this particular psyop.
Would you or someone else with insite on this matter enlightening me please.
Perhaps this was discussed at some point and I missed it…if so, I apologize.