Forsyth, the oldest identified fatality of the Toronto van attack, was a vivacious woman who was struck down as she returned from her daily walk to the shops and to feed birds and squirrels.
Friends at the North York Seniors Centre where she lived for more than 20 years described a fiery old lady whose deafness did not discourage her from taking control of conversations, and whose years of bladder cancer treatment could not keep her from her regular visits to the slots at Casino Rama.
Fakeologists don’t harrass, but we mock the creators from a distance even though harassment stories are also also phony.
Yonge Street Tragedy
-The family of one of the victims in the Yonge Street tragedy reports some media are harassing the family
-Toronto Police request that all media respect the privacy of those involved
This is a story about how when you remove fear from any group or religion you lose control.
It’s clear that people want to live in fear, or are at least so used to it that they cannot accept any alternative, no matter how much more beneficial it may be. Our controllers know this, and play to it in their stagecraft every day. They rule by fear. This is why we call these events psyops. They play to the most powerful motivator in your mind.
This is instructional for fakeologists, because we are the equivalent of media heretics. Heretics have a very grim history.
We don’t believe in the “hell” that is laid out for us by the controllers, and for that, we are rebuked.
In the end, we will prevail. Just like in this audio. Just like in this movie.
The story of Reverend Carlton Pearson, a rising star in the evangelical movement, who cast aside the idea of hell, and with it everything he’d worked for over his entire life.