"A lie’s true power cannot be accurately measured by the number of people who believe its deception when it is told, it must be measured by the number of people who will go out after hearing it trying to convince others of its truth.” -- Dennis Sharpe
Let no mass death (story) go un glorified or unpublicized, no matter how contrary to common sense it may be. I won’t spend more than a glancing moment on this story, except to say that if it’s promoted by the media, it’s likely fake. Add a GoFu$$Me and a warning like this, and you have a hoax formula for sure.
“What we urge everybody, just to be cautious not to approach the mother. She will be there. She don’t want anybody to take photos or talk to her, Just leave her alone let her grieve,” he said.
An amber alert, which has dubious origins, was issued via the new national cell phone override, at around 0030h. This sent a howl to all powered on cell phones in my house, sound off or not.
Maybe an hour later, the “national emergency” howl went off again, saying the emergency was over.
That’s twice we all had to resume sleepy time.
You decide if this was real. The interruption sure was, but the story seems, well, you know.
This was a gullibility litmus test to see how many believe it, how many don’t mind an alarm in the middle of the night, and finally, a way to get everyone talking about the same thing for the “family day” long weekend. Is the new amber alert alarm the new media that will get everyone paying attention to the same story?
Peel Regional Police say a homicide investigation is underway after an 11-year-old girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert was found dead. Const. Taryn Hill told CBC News that Roopesh Rajkumar was arrested after his daughter, Riya Rajkumar, was found dead.
Update: you can turn the alerts off. Mine are now.
Numbers used in this hoax are code-it may seem silly to most on the surface, but the hoax code is simply signings by the perps that in case other power elite were confused, that this is indeed a psyop. In this article, we hear the simvillain was taken down at Hwy 11 and SR3. We here that 383 (311) people called to complain about the late night alert. The mother went to 22 division to complain. The numerology is endless in this one. Other silliness include the confusion around the villain, his medical state, his hospitalization, his being transferred around. We get no details, simply confusion and then the story switches right back to emotional rather than logical. www.680news.com/2019/02/15/9-1…