Some bad fakery here.
Did anyone here think Norm was funny?
More Operation Chaos to me, selling bad or mediocre art as good, causing severe cognitive dissonance.
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You don’t need a crystal ball to forecast psyOp events, but we did mention this last week.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been taken to an intensive care unit one day after being admitted to hospital due to the novel coronavirus. He was taken to the ICU after his COVID-19 symptoms grew worse, his office said on Monday, adding that he is conscious and does not need ventilation for now.
It’s clear this is overtaking 911 to be the biggest psyop of our time.
Extraordinary events need extraordinary happenings. I don’t like to make predictions but I think we’re going to need at least one or a few high-profile Corona deaths to really drive this baby home.
I also said that Trump will win in a landslide before this all began if nothing catastrophic occurred.
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Alex Jones is not Bill Hicks. Similar look, maybe same producer/Kevin, but the two men are not the same person.
I agree with Miles Mathis on this one, and not sure why almost every truther promotes that the two are the same person.
Through the Somersets, we can link the McKennas to the Hamilton and Hicks-Beach families. Think David Icke and “comedian” Bill Hicks. You didn’t think Hicks got famous for being funny, did you? No, because he wasn’t. He was just obnoxious. He was tapped to control the opposition, like McKenna and now Carrey. Remember, for some reason never explained, Bill Hicks first got famous in England. Britain’s Channel 4 currently ranks him #4 of the 100 greatest stand-up comics. Hmmm. I guess now you know why. Hicks was sold as the new Lenny Bruce, which is apropos since I have previously outed Bruce in the same way. The Hicks-Beach family goes back to the Baronets Hicks of Beverston Castle. The 1st Baronet married a Paget, daughter of Lettice Knollys. We have seen that last name many times in my papers, always linking us to the Riches.
That’s Bill Hicks on Letterman in 1993. If you watch that, not only will it help you see who Hicks really was—apasty upper-class asshole with no timing—but also you will never think he is Alex Jones again. As I have said before, they may be related through the Jones-Hicks families of the peerage, but they aren’t the same person. Not even close.
Oh, and of course Hicks faked his death. He had to because his project wasn’t going anywhere. He is actually more promotable now he is dead, since he is easier to edit. Alive, it was too obvious he wasn’t funny and wasn’t who he was sold as.
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That’s why they’re taken from the masses. It’s simply to mimic the Jesus archetype.
I thought of this when I read a message from someone I work with.
Man he was my idol growing up as a kid from LA! I can’t stop thinking about him I loved him
Good Kobe helicopter discrepancy video.
Kobe, NBA 9/11 official hoax spokeshole.Like all (sports) actors, he had a pile of prose attributed to his likeness.
I hear older and wiser people talk about the attack on Pearl Harbor and the Kennedy assassination and how drastically those events affected them. For my generation, the tragedy of September 11 paralleled that of Pearl Harbor. We will be talking about the devastating effect this day had on our country, and our lives as individuals, for years to come.
Tracy McGrady : He Used To Say I Wanna Die Young
GQ (2010) – Kobe Bryant Is In It to Win It
“when asked in a CBS interview what he wanted his legacy to be in 50 years, Bryant said he wanted to be known “as a person that was able to create stories that inspired their children and families to bond together.”
I have a sync story, and I don’t think I even believe in sync.
While sitting in a Japanese restaurant today, I quizzed Ken, the Japanese chef, if he thought Kobe beef was worth the 300% premium over my filet mignon.
He reviewed levels of Japanese beef, and said it was very high quality, 50% marbled, but some found it oily.
He didn’t think it was worth the premium.
Not even an hour later a guest sitting to my left muttered that Kobe Bryant was “dead”.
I then read on Wickedpedia that he was named after that famous beef. Really.
Let the DCP thread begin.
NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter were among five people killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday, a source confirmed to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Bryant was 41.
Unreal has a great comment from the discord:
" Could someone put up and connect the red yarn threads on the wall connecting Koybie to the why. Please? "– @JamieManwoody You might be new to Fakeologist? Most that come onto this server would be familiar with the concept of a media hoax (fake/fabricated news) which i do presume you are as well (JamieMW). – The Kobe Bryant death hoax is a perfect example of a prominent media hoax. The main objective of such hoaxes is to deliver a planned dose of misery and fright for the general population. In this case they bury a star which is an opportunity to occupy public attention even longer by setting up a long-haul campaign of profiteering both economically and in terms of media following & trust. – So-called stars are built up in the media often to the very purpose of being taken away to great public distress. – In order for news to be newsworthy and the Elite establishment to be in the public limelight, high-profile “star” celebration is very effective to achieve goals of media coverage and impact. Kobe Bryant well fit into a known hoax model that in FAK terms would be the DCP – the Dead Celebrity Program. – Of course, very few on this site are new to the DCP (Dead Celebrity Program), and the list of case studies rather long. Recent fake celebrity deaths would include George Michael, Prince, David Bowie, Robin Williams, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Whitney Houston, Steve Jobs, Michael Jackson, Amy Winehouse, Heath Ledger… The list is long. – Fakeologist blog : Dead Celebrity Program category fakeologist.com/blog/category/… – Fakeopedia* : Dead Celebrity Program fakeologist.com/fakeopedia/ind… —
* would be useful to correct the Fakeopedia page title that gets the "Dead Celebrity Program" wording and concept wrong (Death of Celebrity Person). A dedicated DCP fakeologist forum thread to better outline the main concept would be a useful addition equally
Oh not not Neil!
This has been a bad week for death – starting last Friday, we had the “death” of the leader of an elite “terrorist” group in Iran – a general who may have had the edge in any Iranian leadership change.
Then we had the 63 Canadians plus others on a Ukranian plane all die in a holocaust of plane wreckage in Tehran. This crash was like all the other very unlucky and unlikely Ukraine crashes – no details, plenty of confusion, no way to know what happened.
Next we had one of the best drummers in the history of the instrument and definitely in Canada die of brain cancer – I didn’t even know he was sick! This looks a lot like Rob Ford’s instant cancer – www.livescience.com/47902-rob-… – Gord Downie’s brain cancer www.cbc.ca/news/health/gliobla…. Apparently he died January 7 – and they waited until now (late Friday afternoon 1/10) to let us all down.
Add to that a major weather storm for the weekend – pre-announced on MONDAY – and we have a MISERABLE return to work week to start the year!
I will add this post to fakeologist.com when it’s back up – it’s being moved to a new server on the same host.
Let’s hope Neil is in the DCP – and that the band gets a big sales boost. Will Rush return in 18 months with a new drummer for a reunion tour? Mrs. Fakeologist says Alex has arthritis and can’t really play – but at least he’s alive. Time will tell – even though it stands still.
If you’re done producing music, best to die quickly to keep raking in the dough. If you can’t die naturally, and why would they, it’s best to simulate the death for the same future riches.
You can’t stop the music, even when its creator has shuffled off this mortal coil. That’s evident in the makeup of our Halloween-spooky ranking of highest-paid dead celebrities, where nine musicians grace the list of 13, up from just six a year ago.