Weasel word of the day: Presumptive 

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Coronahoax 2020 has brought words to the public that I guarantee they’ve never used or even heard of before.

Weasel words is a fakeologist term given to any words that deliberately and probably legally skirt the truth. They mean whatever comes after them are words or a concept that you can choose to believe, if you’re so gullible.

1: based on probability or presumption the presumptive nominee 2: giving grounds for reasonable opinion or belief

Source: Presumptive | Definition of Presumptive by Merriam-Webster

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ricky
ricky
2 years ago

Hi Misom, I think you didn’t detect my sarcasm when using the term “black swan” in quotation marks. It’s only a useful term in explaining away well planned events as “accidents” to the normies. I’m hearing the term “act of God” a lot as well by the media. Although we know our overlords don’t have to wait to exercise their’ power, there is a definite strategy and patience being used, appearing to the public as happening organically and not being imposed from the top down. The gist of my post was that the public was ready to accept this new… Read more »

ricky
ricky
2 years ago

“Paranoid” doesn’t fit what I’ve heard from Misom. Measured and thoughtful are more accurate I think. I don’t know much about the Che Guevara “story,” but using vaccines as an increasing measure of control seems like it’s certainly being rolled out, mandatory vaccines are being pitched more and more as “common sense” in light of this “emergency.” I’ve long wondered what the excuse would be to re-structure the money system. It would have to occur out of necessity to counter a “black swan” event, lol! The media has prepared the public to perfection, they’re able to carry out jobs assisting… Read more »

misom
misom
2 years ago
Reply to  ricky

Hi Ricky and thanks for your thoughts. Absolutely, but why wait for a “black swan” when you have a “swan industry”? I mean why would any fraction of the powers wait for an accident to drive the whole thing into the complete and random destruction? I think actually that there are more than one swans underway. Here some thoughts I had: -If the u.s. want to hinder the “unification” of eurasia through the road-and-belt initiative they would want war with iran and therefore they would kill a very famous general who was on some peace mission in iraq – such… Read more »

misom
misom
2 years ago

Im also following these events unfolding having mixed and even conflicting hypotheses – partially because i am as you already know a lil bit oversensitive (aka paranoid). But i have the opportunity to be close to some events here in the heart of the financial scam-elites and started collecting my personal “red flags”. Here is one: A 32 year old woman allegedly died in Geneva on march 11th from the plandemic (thx Xile, always best humor around). But there is no publication of this death in the obligatory swiss (online) registry, not on the 11th, nor on the next days… Read more »

misom
misom
2 years ago
Reply to  Fakeologist

Hi Ab and thank you for your kind words.

xileffilex
xileffilex
2 years ago

This plandemic is the blackest of black box hoaxes. Nothing is verifiable. Any “expert” can say anything and off it goes… Any reference to numbers is meaningless. Anything can be made up.
The use of the word presumptive is the current equivalent of “appears to show” in the MSM description of all those phoney videos suddenly ’emerging’ after a HRDPAR which show nothing other than actors in fuzzy definition.

Stop press – triple presumption in Nova Scotia – I don’t think the NS health minister believes it as he reads out his script. Or perhaps it’s just his face…
globalnews.ca/news/6679577/cor…