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  • in reply to: THE JOE COX MURDER – BIRSTALL UK 16TH jUNE 2016 #714782

    CaroleThomas: seems to have six toes on each foot
    Fri June 17, 12:08:13pm
    CaroleThomas: eagerly anticipating Simon’s model
    Fri June 17, 12:08:37pm
    Vespadouglas: @CaroleThomas hehe . She certainly does .
    Fri June 17, 12:41:24pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas @Vespadouglas I have just enlarged the feet on Fireworks… 6 Toes it is
    Fri June 17, 12:41:54pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas AND i EAGERLY await the SS model
    Fri June 17, 1:02:17pm
    CaroleThomas: @anounceofsaltperday If she has only six fingers visible too ( hard to make out but possible) we have a putative 666?
    Fri June 17, 1:03:23pm
    CaroleThomas: ^rather 6 digits ( including thumb!)
    Fri June 17, 1:06:10pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas rod sterling drools
    Fri June 17, 1:08:28pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas JC should be relatively easily uncovered in her next role then
    Fri June 17, 1:14:43pm
    Carolethomas: Interesting initials there – yep, we certainly are in the Twilight Zone ( cue creepy music)
    Fri June 17, 1:18:26pm
    CaroleThomas: She must be a small giant or an Ecuadorian Waorani
    Fri June 17, 1:22:24pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas i confess that i think the fallen angel model has legs
    Fri June 17, 1:23:13pm
    anounceofsaltperday: that the Giants are the offspring of fallen heavenly beings and the daughters of Eve
    Fri June 17, 1:46:12pm
    CaroleThomas: Metaphorically?
    Fri June 17, 1:47:49pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas I take the model literall
    Fri June 17, 1:47:52pm
    anounceofsaltperday: y
    Fri June 17, 1:56:25pm
    CaroleThomas: René Descartes walks into a bar. Bartender asks if he wants anything. … René says, “I think not,” then disappears.
    Fri June 17, 1:57:57pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas no wonder i view aldohol as the staff of life
    Fri June 17, 2:09:17pm
    CaroleThomas: ethanol has long been used in emergencies for detoxifying people poisoned with methanol, which, apart from in cheap booze, is found in traces in junk food – so let’s raise a glass to Decartes
    Fri June 17, 2:11:54pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas he was such a linear thinker…. your methanol comment is the reason i don’t drink spirits
    Fri June 17, 2:14:11pm
    EvilEdna: Jo “Six Toes” Cox.. Whereas son Cuillin is pictured with no fingers. Fairy sure those “Battle of the Thames” pictures are fake. Fauxtos of Cox aboard a “Stay-In-Europe” boat, taken day before “killing” (and never showing her face). All photoshop fakes. — study the child’s hands – (he has none)
    Fri June 17, 2:16:17pm
    Fri June 17, 2:17:05pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @EvilEdna no hands…. confirmed by me
    Fri June 17, 2:17:10pm
    CaroleThomas: Tad irresponsible to put a handless kid into dinghy like that – how’s he going to hold on?
    Fri June 17, 2:17:30pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @CaroleThomas they have faith in the Lord
    Fri June 17, 2:22:34pm
    CaroleThomas: @EvilEdna How does it work with the census on a houseboat? Any idea?
    Fri June 17, 2:23:13pm
    CaroleThomas: @anounceofsaltperday They have probably made the requisite sacrifices to Poseidon, never fear!
    Fri June 17, 2:24:00pm
    EvilEdna: Nathan Cullen, Canadian New Democrat MP., choking up unconvincingly. Paying tribute to late friend Jo Cox. Wonder how he knew her? She was MP 3,000 miles away for barely 12 months.

    Fri June 17, 2:24:49pm
    CaroleThomas: @EvilEdna Saw that too and was confused. Thought at first we had an American MP!
    Fri June 17, 2:26:37pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @EvilEdnaexactly… and i think we can assume that we can count the number of constituents he is friendly with on the fingers of one nephilim hand
    Fri June 17, 2:28:37pm
    EvilEdna: @CaroleThomas God knows about houseboats and censuses. Guess it’s still a permanent residence? Is that supposedly her “old Dutch barge” in the Six Toes photo?
    Fri June 17, 2:39:32pm
    EvilEdna: @anounceofsaltperdayHaha! Her official website is a bit fluffy. Like she always knew it was only a fleeting job. Nonhocapito wonders the same on cluesforum: — “Hey failed actor/trusty agent, mind doing one year as PM until we pretend-kill you to guarantee we stay in the bloody EU? Great! Let’s get to work. Your name will be…”
    Fri June 17, 2:40:35pm
    CaroleThomas: There’s something weird about this picture ( apart from the supernumerary toes). Poor Hubby can’t afford an iPhone 6 – The figure of JC is fuzzy and blurred. Plus her right thigh seems to be rather elongated ( or is it just perspective?) The way she is tilting her head downwards but peering up gives her a decidely vixen-like look too. F(c)oxy lady!
    Fri June 17, 2:44:28pm
    anounceofsaltperday: @EvilEdna@CaroleThomas here is the biblical explanation of the JC666pretendkilling …

    Fri June 17, 3:22:41pm
    CaroleThomas: @EvilEdna is she saying she wasn’t on the boat with them? This is from her Twitter feed.
    Fri June 17, 3:27:30pm
    CaroleThomas: @anounceofsaltperday will watch video later ?
    Fri June 17, 3:30:37pm

    <—– can one of you fakeologist’s put this video into savechat for me please ….. cheers
    Fri June 17, 3:33:13pm
    CaroleThomas: @ro11o Would if I could, but don’t know how?
    Fri June 17, 3:33:45pm
    CaroleThomas: Interesting tidbit from JC’s blog ”
    I am a huge President Obama fan. I worked on his first campaign in North Carolina in 2008, ”
    Fri June 17, 3:50:07pm
    ro11o: Im logged into savechat fucked if i know how i can post this fucken vid i did with JLB earlier today…….
    Fri June 17, 3:51:05pm
    ro11o: <—– wheres the PDF / book Fakeologist for DUMMIES
    Fri June 17, 3:51:36pm
    CaroleThomas: Ab, where are you when we need you??
    Fri June 17, 3:58:19pm
    CaroleThomas: I imagine it’s quite a challenge bringing up two kids under six on a houseboat while working as an MP. Especially if one child has no hands.
    Fri June 17, 4:00:06pm
    CaroleThomas: There are some rough types on houseboats as well as bohemians – artists, clowns and puppeteers
    Fri June 17, CaroleThomas: @EvilEdna Toujours cherchez la femme!
    Fri June 17, 4:10:54pm
    EvilEdna: Hehe! There’s not even a marriage recorded in BMDs between a Cox and a Leadbeater (Jo’s maiden name). Last Cox-Leadbeater union was in Staffordshire in 1953. So maybe it was an overseas union between our Jo & Brendon? Or maybe an unofficial ‘new age’ ceremony? Aboard their Dutch barge? Hitched while Tethered at Tower Bridge?!
    Fri June 17, 4:11:45pm
    CaroleThomas: @EvilEdna btw good research on the census details and the mysterious “homme” at her side Paul LEE Hay
    Fri June 17, 4:12:31pm
    CaroleThomas: Curiouser and curiouser – does the toothpaste factory exist at least?
    Fri June 17, 4:55:25pm
    CaroleThomas: When was Jo’s hubby Brandan born?
    Fri June 17, 5:18:28pm
    CaroleThomas: The meaning of Cox as in Coxswain – keeping the vessel on course – has some resonance in the case of Jo Cox Boatdweller and MP keeping Britain on a steady pro EU course
    Fri June 17, 5:19:20pm
    CaroleThomas: Cox as a surname could be related to the Welsh “coch” meaning r
    Fri June 17, 5:22:01pm
    CaroleThomas: “red” -
    Fri June 17, 5:22:25pm
    Fri June 17, 5:27:28pm
    EvilEdna: Here’s Helen (Jo) Cox, on the electorals, living under her married name with parents Gordon & Jean Leadbeater, and sister Kim, at 48 White Lee Rd, Batley, W.Yorks, WF17 8AD. Again, no sign of hubby Brendon Cox?? And here’s number 48, the parental home..
    Fri June 17, 5:33:16pm
    CaroleThomas: I just found out that Hubby maybe was misbehaving – allegedly?
    Fri June 17, 5:34:28pm
    CaroleThomas: Also strange – the different spellings of Hubby’s name – Brandan, Brandon, Brendon???
    Fri June 17, 5:36:40pm
    CaroleThomas: ^A good Yorkshire lass cohabiting with Mum and Dad – nothing to see here!
    Fri June 17, 5:37:25pm
    EvilEdna: Brendan is almost simmy, isn’t he! The Guardian was inviting staffers at Save the Children to share their own experiences.. “Has Brendan behaved inappropriately towards you, too?!”
    Fri June 17, 5:40:46pm
    CaroleThomas: 66 countries! Please not!
    Fri June 17, 5:42:30pm
    CaroleThomas: Merlin! Are they kidding us?
    fakeologist: http://savechat.fakeologist.combetter threaded and saved chat
    Fri June 17, 5:46:39pm
    CaroleThomas: @EvilEdna It’s either simmy or simian – they might be monkeying with us!
    Fri June 17, 5:50:35pm
    CaroleThomas: So what is our scenario? Romeo Brandon(sp?) goes out on a dinghy with mistress and handless love children whilst betrayed wifey Helen huddles in Yorkshire hovel with elderly parents packing toothpaste into boxes? Works for me?
    Fri June 17, 5:58:12pm4:03:18pm

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: The importance of STORIES and the path we're on #546426

    Well, I do realize the utmost importance of understanding idealism, of course – therefore the importance I attribute (and think is evident) to stories for the human existence. I do also consider, however, that there is a tangible and concrete existence outside the human realm that influences it and affects it. We exist before culture, ideas, thoughts… even before a notion of “I”… so does the world, whatever it is. The world needs no observers, no “experiencers” to exist, but it may exist for us to experience (that is a different matter altogether).

    You say there is “tangible and concrete existence outside the human realm(mind?)”

    And “the world needs no … “experiencers” to exist”

    Can you please expand or elucidate what you mean by that?

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: The importance of STORIES and the path we're on #545812

    I agree with your doubts and conclusion above and can’t really understand the intended connection with my quote, I’m afraid. When I wrote «it is a matter of slicing reality to eliminate as many untruths as possible.», I included in the understanding of “untruth” any events that may be used as a foundation for whatever assertion. It is not limited, in my opinion at least, to the results of falsehood, but also to the causes.

    This quote of yours goes to the heart of the matter for me because it is an assertion or mission statement if oy like, that implies some sort of philosophical or epidemiological stance.
    It is useful to clarify our different stances from the getgo otherwise we end up talking at cross-purposes, each of us making good points but feeling not quite understood by the other:-)
    (Cont. in next comment to be posted later)

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: The importance of STORIES and the path we're on #545555

    it is a matter of slicing reality to eliminate as many untruths as possible.

    Imagine you had the most credible, intelligent, well-meaning person in the world tell you something about what happened the previous day. I am talking about someone you personally trust.
    Would you believe him?
    Consider the following scenarios:
    A loving father tells his daughter that Santa brought the presents under the Christmas tree.
    A wife gives her husband a full description of a bankrobber, but the CCTV footage clearly shows she was mistaken. Her memory had played tricks with her due to careless and suggestive questioning by an inexperienced police officer.
    Your friend studies history and writes a history book on the history of Portugal. he fact checks everything but his manuscript gets shortened by the editor and with it the subtelties of his narrative are lost. Before he can explain this turn of events to you, he dies in a car accident. You take his account as the gold standard because you don’t know what was left on the cutting floor.
    It seems to me to be problematic to establish the “reality” of any past events beyond the “knowing” that something must have happened.

    What is your philosophical stance on epistemology, Armunn? I now consider myself philosophically an idealist ( not like Berkeley) and see fakeology as a pathway towards this view of the world.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: The importance of STORIES and the path we're on #543707

    Hence the focus and effort applied on grabbing the reins of History: to control it is to shape the reference points for the stories (fables, myths).

    Or could it be the other way round? The stories (fables, myths) shape the reference points for history?

    We’ll have to thrash it out on an audio-chat, me-thinks:-)

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: The importance of STORIES and the path we're on #543593

    I guess it all depends on the difference between history and records Of history – but we know all about that at this site;-)

    Miles Mathis lays it all out in his inimitable style:

    Click to access history.pdf

    History is the autobiography of a dude named Victor – but reality still exists. The question is where!

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    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: The importance of STORIES and the path we're on #543409

    Talking about stories, Armunn, have you come across the claims made by the new chronologists who dispute the contents and dating of events narrated in our history books?
    When we speak of Romulus and Remus, are we speaking of flesh and blood people? Does this statue make them seem more or less real? Was the statue made in the time officially quoted or was it made later? is it a fake? What is a fake? Does it matter? Who cares? Are Romulus and Remus real platonically? Is that the only reality that matters? Can we really grasp anything abstract outside of a narrative?

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    in reply to: The Cruelest Hoax of All: Beginning Reading Instruction #227138

    Thank you for posting this Richard.
    Very thought-provoking.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Concave Earth #39340

    Tom, I’m really enjoying your musings on the concave earth and I hope I will have more to add soon:-)

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: 9/11 Artwork [predictive or post event] #10609

    What a great find, Carys! It’s so spooky to watch. The waiter with the tray reminds me of the Supertramp album cover.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Aha-moments – sowing the seeds of fakeology #10568

    Hey Tal,
    I totally agree with you. That’s my strategy too.
    Just get frustrated sometimes as nobody where I live seems to be on my wavelength. That’s why I am really grateful to Ab that he has opened up this forum so that we all don’t feel so alone.
    I like to point out strange coincidences too. But it seems to me that so many people have the attention span of a gnat for any topics that don’t directly affect them. All we can do is perform a sort of “fakeology acupuncture” and through the skillful application of significant “needle pricks” we might get some to “awaken”. A collection of needlepricks – this is what this forum topic is all about:-)

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Aha-moments – sowing the seeds of fakeology #10556

    Nice illustration of “pious fiction”.
    Names and stories fabricated to channel money out of your pocket.
    H/t Johan Backes

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: What Jew call me? | Zionist scapegoat Redux thread #10494

    Johan, I really like your thread and I am researching into a related area myself.
    I’m not quite ready to write much at this point but I believe the so-called “Jews” are pivotal to much that has come down to us in terms of written histories, thereby framing our outlook on the world.
    Thanks again for starting this well thought-out and researched thread.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Is mathematics our reality? #10493

    ^Great links and comments, Carys, Tom and Banazîr:-)

    I’ve struggled for quite some time to understand the mechanics of precession – as conventionally laid out, concave earth notwithstanding – and I finally found this explanation using a dining room table to be quite lucid. Mathison also links the precessional numbers with worldwide ancient artifacts.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Lockerbie images 1988 #10491

    The Maid of the Seas was already in a bad condition in 1980.

    Scroll down to last comment.

    Classic Photo: Pan Am Boeing 747-100 Maid of the Seas

    Ready for the scrap heap, maybe? Kill two birds with one stone. interesting name that too – Maid of the Seas. Shades of Isis and Mary.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Aha-moments – sowing the seeds of fakeology #10475

    CREEPY Creed of the Psyop warrior in their own words (I think they have drunk their own Kool-aid)

    Throughout history, in war and peace, I have played many roles.
    I am inspiration.
    I am motivation.
    I am intimidation.
    I am deception.
    I am…PSYOP.

    I was the inspiration for Hannibal to take his elephants over the Alps.
    I was the motivation in the words “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” and “Remember the Alamo”.
    I was the intimidation of the sound of Gideon’s trumpets.
    I was the deception used against the Trojans.
    I was and I am…PSYOP.

    I rode with Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Genghis Khan and Sun Tsu.
    I saw action in both World Wars and in Korea and Vietnam.
    I helped bring a speedy victory in Just Cause and Desert Storm.
    I brought the hope of peace to Haiti, Somalia, Bosnia, Kosovo and Afghanistan
    I was and I am…PSYOP.

    I was the “talking tanks” asking the Nazi soldiers, “why die for a lost cause?”
    I was the leaflet which told the Japanese to “Cease Resistance”.
    I was the Commando Solo broadcasts to the Taliban warning them that,
    “we will destroy those who harbor terrorism.
    I was and I am…PSYOP.

    I bring the light of truth where before lay the darkness of lies.
    I deliver hope to those who are in despair.
    I bring fear to those who believe their actions are without consequence.
    I was and I am…PSYOP.

    I am that voice that tells the enemy to surrender or die.
    I am the shadow of doubt that makes the enemy question their actions.
    I am that power of influence that despots despise.
    I was and I am…PSYOP

    I am the broadcast of reason over radio, television and loudspeaker.
    I am the light of truth in print media, leaflet, newspaper, handbill or poster.
    I am the force multiplier that wins my country’s wars.
    I was, I am and I will forever remain…PSYOP.


    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Aha-moments – sowing the seeds of fakeology #10471

    The likely PSYOP star of all time was born in China in 500 BC.
    His name was Sun Tsu.

    Sun Tsu, recognized as one of the greatest military tacticians of all times, strongly advocated the use of psychological warfare as a force multiplier. Sun Tsu wrote that:

    To capture the enemy’s entire army is better than to destroy it; to take intact a regiment, a company, or a squad is better than to destroy them. For to win one hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the acme of skill. To subdue the enemy without fighting is the supreme excellence. Thus, what is of supreme importance in war is to attack the enemy’s strategy. Next best is to disrupt his alliances by diplomacy. The next best is to attack his army. And the worst policy is to attack cities.

    Sun Tzu understood that given the opportunity, an adversary will surrender to a superior commander prior to conflict. In order to have a chance to be that superior leader, PSYOP must be coordinated and included in initial planning and implemented prior to conflict. If hostilities begin, proper PSYOP implementation can end the conflict earlier than otherwise expected. PSYOP is a force multiplier and resource saver.

    An expert on Sun Tzu reveals the strategies and gives examples from modern warfare. He mentions Operation Desert Storm as an example of how the USA used “The Art of War”.

    This effort by The History Channel is one on which the speaker in the previous video collaborated.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Aha-moments – sowing the seeds of fakeology #10468

    Psyops are not new inventions.
    If armies used them in the past, why disbelieve the fact that they are currently in use?

    Perhaps one of the earliest examples of Psychological Warfare was attributed to “Alexander the Great of Macedonia. Alexander had conquered most of the known world during his reign. With each region he conquered he left behind soldiers to keep control of the newly conquered area. Eventually, there came a point when Alexander realized that he had stretched his army too thin and was now in danger of losing to a large opposing force. Alexander’s only option was to retreat and regroup forces with the armies he left behind. However, to do so would certainly incite the opposing force to pursue him and very possibly capture or defeat his now smaller army.

    What now?
    Time for an eensy-weensy PSYOP.

    Alexander knew that if he could intimidate the opposing force they would be scared to follow his army. Alexander instructed his armorers to make several oversized armor breastplates and helmets that would fit “giants”, men 7 to 8 feet tall. As Alexander and his forces withdrew during the night they left behind the oversized armor. The oversized armor was of course found by the opposing force who then believed that they had come close to engaging in a battle with giants. A battle that they surely would have lost. The oversized armor coupled with the stories they had heard from travelers of the savagery of Alexander’s army caused enough doubt and fear that they elected not to pursue Alexander’s army.

    OK – maybe not so eensy-weensy after all!

    This psyop contains all the ingredients of its modern mimics- a dash of fear, a hint of weirdness and a big dollop of BS.

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Aha-moments – sowing the seeds of fakeology #10446

    Psychopaths realize at an early age that they are different, and that they should act as everyone else does in order to be accepted into society. They learn to mimic what they see others do, but they can never understand why they should act this way.

    When I talk about the hoaxes perpetrated on us on a daily basis, some of my friends just can’t believe people could be such blatant liars.
    Well some people are different to the rest of us ( think Jimmy Savile and his “charity work”, Rolf Harris and his “public service” film warning against child abuse, and Tony Blair with his Weapons of Mass Distraction – arghhhh)
    The bad news is that some people can pull off huge hoaxes glibly and show no remorse even when they are caught out.
    The good news is that if we know the signs to look out for we can spot them.
    They used to be termed the morally insane or the morally depraved. Today the are called sociopaths or psychopaths.

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    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

    in reply to: Aha-moments – sowing the seeds of fakeology #10439

    It would be so great if a President admitted that the US government implants false stories into news reports. Maybe then people would be more open to the possibility of media fakery.
    Oh wait a moment, one US “misunderestimated” president did just that.

    “I would say the best moment of all was when I caught a 7.5 pound largemouth bass in my lake.” –on his best moment in office, interview with the German newspaper Bild am Sonntag, May 7, 2006

    Whatever reality is, it's not that.

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