Category Archives: Deception techniques

Covid lies Tinkerbelling loudly

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The Tinkerbell effect is an American English expression describing things that are thought to exist only because people believe in them. The effect is named after Tinker Bell, the fairy in the play Peter Pan, who is revived from near death by the belief of the audience.

en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinker…
The illusory truth effect (also known as the validity effect, truth effect, or the reiteration effect) is the tendency to believe false information to be correct after repeated exposure.

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Also, don’t trust what the NYTimes says

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Since it’s a well known CIA fed Project Mockingbird operation.

While Fakeologist can’t guarantee results, we can and will talk about disinfo and try and sort out what’s real and what’s not.

We always start out with fake, and work our way up to real. Not the reverse.

via POM

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The Gentleman’s Guide To Forum Spies (spooks, feds, etc.) 

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Good reading.

COINTELPRO Techniques for dilution, misdirection and control of a internet forum..   There are several techniques for the control and manipulation of a internet forum no matter what, or who is on it. We will go over each technique and demonstrate that only a minimal number of operatives can be used to eventually and effectively gain a control of a ‘uncontrolled forum.’

Source: The Gentleman’s Guide To Forum Spies (spooks, feds, etc.) – Pastebin.com

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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

Speaking of fake volcano smoke

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I used to eat these specials up. I never considered the fact that the setup crew would be 10x more at risk than the performers. Even soundstage setup indoors can be dangerous to workers.

Imagine doing it over stinky, scorching lava!

Here’s wake the fuck up people:

THE NIK WALLENDA “MASAYA” VOLCANO TIGHTROPE WALK HOAX EXPOSED

Original link

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Mechanics of deception

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Interesting discussion on lying to yourself.

Apparently creative people lie more because they’re able to tell stories better.

Liar, Liar, Liar

2020-02-17 by NPR

Episode: play.podtrac.com/npr-510308/ed…

We all lie. But what separates the average person from the infamous cheaters we see on the news? Dan Ariely says we like to think it’s character — but in his research he’s found it’s more often opportunity. Dan Ariely is a professor at Duke University and the author of the book, The Honest Truth About Dishonesty: How We Lie to Everyone — Especially Ourselves. We spoke to him in March 2017.

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Is El Chapo Mexico’s Osama Sim Laden?

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Are there laws against showing dead bodies in Mexican or (our) media?

Mexico has its very own, never-ending internal drug war going on.

It behooves this site to ask: is El Chapo, with all his power to terrorize the state, a real person with real power?

Is it possible he’s a state invention to keep a police state-like control over the people?

Heavy gunfire consumed the streets of Culiacán on Thursday, as Mexican security forces struggled to fend off members of the Sinaloa cartel, once led by notorious drug kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Members of the cartel deployed across the city with military-grade weapons, a remarkable, live-streamed glimpse into their ability to overwhelm the state.

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Bloody photos available at the link.

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Simulation is good – when you admit it

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It’s evil if you don’t.

Hands-on learning is fundamental in many workplaces and at St. Michael’s hospital in Toronto, the operating room is no different.

Inside the Allan Waters Family simulation lab, everyone from nurses to anesthesiologists can practise everything from routine procedures to life-saving surgery.

www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto…

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