No let up to strategy of tension despite coronavirushoax

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The strategy of tension psyop, where crime appears rampant and random, is used to keep the public at large in fear and the police budgets high.

We hardly need in coronavirushoax times, but hey, they have to keep their psyOp division busy too.

Here are two stories in Toronto that appear random, violent, and laced with 9 and 11 hoax code. There’s a story for each side of the city.

They also are simulated at 3:30 – a masonfitti sign to indicate hoax.

Story 1:

A Brampton man who died after what police are calling an “unprovoked attack” has been identified as 22-year-old Surajdeep Singh.

“Surajdeep Singh was a young man with a bright future,” Peel Regional Police Supt. Martin Ottaway said in a news release Friday.

“He was simply trying to return to his residence from his place of worship, when he was the victim of an unprovoked attack that tragically took him away from his family.”

Emergency services were called shortly after 3:30 p.m.

Story 2:

According to investigators, the victim, now identified as 45-year-old John Wheeler, was waiting outside an apartment building at 1350 Danforth Road, located north of Eglinton Avenue East, shortly after 3:30 a.m. when he was approached by two male suspects.

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