"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
As I live in Italy (which yesterday closed ALL schools for two weeks due to the Coronavirus mass hysteria) I have been wondering this last few days: WHY Italy? WHY has Italy been picked as the prime European “target” for this global hoax? And has this choice of Italy as the European Coronavirus “epicentre” been predicted (as usually is the case with these worldwide hoaxes) by anyone in the entertainment industry? The answer is yes: a world famous cartoon character has. This time, however, it is not The Simpsons (who, as we all know, blatantly “predicted” the 9/11 hoax – and many other major psyops): it is the universally-famous French cartoon character Asterix.
My original post here is already 5 years old – and I still think there is something to Simon’s post. Whether or not we can find the actors all these years later, and whether or not those at the very least dopplegangers are the original actors is uncertain. It doesn’t change the fact that the whole space shuttle program was yet another chapter in the long running NASA space hoax program.
IPS revived the story on his excellent podcast on the Corona Virus Hoax and the hoax code 33.
He highlights this video of what I think is Mike Smith, 34 years later – so called flight commander. Original Link
Skip to 11:00 here in this old archive to see if you think it’s the same guy.
The whole vid is worth watching – these are clearly actor-nots, chosen for their ability to further the whole reason for NASA – space fakery, trying to keep children interested in math and science (a noble lie I suppose).
At 11:17 he touches his ear – was this an itch or a sign/signal that he was going to lie?
I’ve posted these on faketube as all the vids are likely to be taken down, save the NASA one.
Starsnotfar432 reminds me of Chris of hoaxbusterscall.co – not afraid to make a phone call.