Daily Archives: October 18, 2019

Variable vicsim count

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It’s been 18 years – you’d think they’d get the vicsim count consistent by now.

A victim of the World Trade Center attacks on 9/11 was newly identified, the New York City Officer of Chief Medical Examiner, announced Friday. This victim was the 1,645th to be identified, part of a continuing mission to identify all 2,753 people that were reported missing from the tragedy. The man’s identity is being withheld at the request of his family. DNA testing of remains found in 2001 were used to identify him. About 40 percent of victims from the disaster, 1,108 remain unidentified.

Source: New identification of WTC victim, 1,645th identified | 1010 WINS

Wiki says 2977

John Le Bon:

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IPS debunks Mandela

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The Mandela effect is a psyop, and Tim explains why.

MANDELA EFFECT DEBUNKED! The Misinformation Effect, Retroactive Interference, And Interrogator Bias

2019-10-15 by Tim Ozman

Web player: podplayer.net/?id=83972624
Episode: feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/69…

MANDELA EFFECT DEBUNKED! The Misinformation Effect, Retroactive Interference, And Interrogator Bias

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Is El Chapo Mexico’s Osama Sim Laden?

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Are there laws against showing dead bodies in Mexican or (our) media?

Mexico has its very own, never-ending internal drug war going on.

It behooves this site to ask: is El Chapo, with all his power to terrorize the state, a real person with real power?

Is it possible he’s a state invention to keep a police state-like control over the people?

Heavy gunfire consumed the streets of Culiacán on Thursday, as Mexican security forces struggled to fend off members of the Sinaloa cartel, once led by notorious drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Members of the cartel deployed across the city with military-grade weapons, a remarkable, live-streamed glimpse into their ability to overwhelm the state.

nationalpost.com/news/world/el…

Bloody photos available at the link.

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