Audiochat-Paris Attack Hoax with Unreal

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We talk about the Paris Terror Hoax with our man on the ground, of Paris.

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John le Bon
6 years ago

Thank you for the show. As fakeology becomes more popular (albeit slowly and steadily) there will be more opportunities for our very own ‘foreign correspondents’ on the scene to give us their insights. I feel fortunate to have been able to hear Unreal’s take on things, given his proximity to the ‘event’. Statistically it seems plausible that Brisbane might soon host the ISIS world tour…

Black Dog
6 years ago

WE CAN NOW PROPAGANDIZE YOU. EVERYONE STAY IN YOUR HOMES. WE CONTROL YOUR AIRWAVES. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. No f***ing doubt … the sad reality is we cant and nor should anyone trust the f***ing media! Once a liar always a liar, end of discussion, now on to bigger things, like waking all these dumb f***ing people up! BTW Was there a simultaneous coincidental “drill” going on at the time there? This is crucial, and the smoking gun! Their calling card. Folks, if any government/ military/ what ever the f*** they are is having a “drill”, in your face,… Read more »

Unreal
6 years ago

@Kham, the plumb line is/was used in the construction industry (different from architecture) not for measuring the level, but for measuring hight and perpendicular angles. for leveling, water (always flat) is used and laser tools more often today. • in architectural planning, the scales are too big to use tools such as plumb lines for land surveys and urban studies. modern constructions like bridges for instance can span over distances as long as 17.2 km (10.7 mi) in Europe (Portugal), and even more elsewhere. these constructions are made with the water set as level +-0 in a straight line shore… Read more »

Curious
Curious
6 years ago
Reply to  Unreal

Sometimes a simple explanation tells more as a complicated one.

xileffilex
xileffilex
6 years ago

I’m seeing a few connections with France24 media channel The “witness” Charlotte Brehaut who produced an unbelieveable story of good luck and escape from the Petit Cambodge restaurant worked for France24 among the victims. …. Mathieu Hoche, a technician who had worked for FRANCE 24 since the channel’s launch in 2006. He was 37 years old and the father of a young child. A lover of rock music, he was one of the 89 people who lost their lives at the Bataclan. www.france24.com/en/20151115-g… And then we have this extraordinary tweet from Tom Burges Watson [is it another coincidence that another… Read more »

eviledna
eviledna
6 years ago

Pardon the pun, but funerals are dead easy to fake. Evoking such powerful emotions, they’re off-limits for fakery sleuthers. I studied one fake military funeral – one of just thousands over the years. It was a very grand affair, complete with horse-drawn hearse, military coffin bearers and military cortège. All pulled off with military precision. Including the interment of a coffin – containing god knows what – in the parish churchyard, with the long-standing village priest officiating. No one bar the hoaxers were any the wiser; possibly not even the priest was in on it. Why should they be? Without… Read more »

Hare Brain
Hare Brain
6 years ago
Reply to  eviledna

If most of the funerals are private, then I would think this is a fake event. To be crass and blunt, a funeral is somewhat of a popularity contest – you want lots of people there – it shows that the person mourned is a beloved individual. And you want to give the opportunity for people to say their last goodbyes. I would imagine faking a military funeral is quite easy, it’s basically a formula they can follow over and over. But faking a bunch of funerals for young death metal fans? That would require some effort and creativity. It’s… Read more »

xileffilex
xileffilex
6 years ago
Reply to  Hare Brain

But faking a bunch of funerals for young death metal fans? That would require some effort and creativity

There’s just a box, right? You won’t see open coffins, I can assure you.

Here’s another box
www.theguardian.com/notesandqu…

panaceatrust.org/open-the-box-…