#Amberalert s are fake

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So what could the reason be?

  • part of a forever-plan to destabilize and sow fear into the public psyche
  • they want everyone to turn off their phone at night to save power
  • they want to see how many people actually believe them
  • they are testing a new ad delivery system that you cannot block
  • to create a divide between authority worshipers and “deniers”

Either way this one woke me up at 2:02. It turns on the phone screen and lights up the room. Luckily mine only went off once and the sound was muted. Don’t ask me how I managed to ignore it for another hour’s sleep.

As usual, this story is completely unbelievable and without evidence.

Authorities in Ontario say two teens who were the subject of an Amber Alert have been located. Police say the 13-year-old and 15-year-old were found safe after they were last seen in Toronto at about 7 a.m. Wednesday. They say a suspect is in custody and no one else is being sought in connection to the Amber Alert.

Source: Amber Alert in Toronto ended after missing teens found safe | CBC News

Update: I slept through the first alert @11:32p and the other @12:22a. Three alerts to destroy most people’s sleep. I may have to rethink using my smartphone as my backup alarm clock.

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2 thoughts on “#Amberalert s are fake

  1. ab Post author

    Good call John.
    Mute or silent doesn’t work on the cell phone for this alert. There is no app to block these “presidential texts”. The only solution is to turn off your phone, which isn’t practical for those that receive business messages or like to autodownload podcasts in the middle of the night. The noise is as loud as the videos have them, as the alerts don’t respect volume settings either. I suppose rooting your phone could block this system based subroutine.

  2. gaiagaia

    There is no more text in the link than what you already shared?

    And who is “The Canadian Press”, is that the legal birth name of the reporter who wrote this pathetic piece or is it an automagically gene-rated report where they just put a general name on?

    I think we need to report this, where is typoerror? Muted, I guess…

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