Daily Archives: August 8, 2016

Decommissioned truthers

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Simon explains yet another piece of the 9/11 psyOp – 9/11 truthers who disappear from the scene in a violent or awful way.

Here we go again… The alleged suicide – on August 1, 2016 – of the “Victor Thorn” entity (aka Scott Makufka) adds another pathetic note to the string of “suspicious / violent deaths of 9/11 truthers & whistleblowers”. This continuous /relentless / predictable / and very, very boring saga scripted by the ‘intelligence’ agencies seems to be working well (for them). No one dares question the premature, violent death of a “fellow truthseeker”, right?

Of course, we ‘conspiracy theorists’ (read: true / independent & honest freethinkers) are all meant to shit our pants at the (silly) idea that we might also be ‘killed off’ / or ‘suicided’ (in one way or another) some ugly day.

Source: View topic – “Victor Thorn”…decommissioned • Cluesforum.info

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Fake tartar

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As someone who has an egg allergy (thanks to vaccines?), I can identify with this story. I can also identify fakery – and this story is over the top ridiculous.

Typically when a waiter mixes up an order, he can expect a scowl and a lousy tip. But a Sherbrooke, Que., waiter faces a possible criminal prosecution after he served salmon tartare to a customer with a severe seafood allergy.Sherbrooke police arrested a 22-year-old man Wednesday on suspicion of criminal negligence following an incident in May that left Simon-Pierre Canuel in a coma after the beef tartare he ordered turned out to be salmon.

He had left his EpiPen in the car, so his partner, a medical resident, and another diner who was a doctor laid him on the floor to administer mouth-to-mouth resuscitation while awaiting an ambulance.

Source: Waiter could face criminal charges after serving salmon to customer with seafood allergy | National Post

Canuel, who lives in Gatineau, Que.,

Gatineau, across the river from our capital, Ottawa, is spook central. Lots of good jobs there! Of course, there’s no reason to believe the name in the story is a real taxpayer.

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