Funny thing about the truth: it never has to remember, it is simply and transparently self-evident.
Lies, on the other hand – among other sinister elements – are opaque veils which require a near-photographic sense of memory to keep quilted together, an ability which most do not possess, including those employed by the MSM.
Rather than delivering news and information, the true business of the MSM is the formulation of perception management. Their job, primarily through repetition, is to make the public believe in stories which, when put under the glare of objective scrutiny, often prove to be massive deceptions.
Time and again, the MSM are prone to the retelling and even refashioning of their deceptions, and they will stick to the task at hand, no matter how absurd those particular deceptions happen to appear. Oftentimes, those charged with the responsibility of retelling deceptive stories are caught in blatant contradictions, contradictions which cannot be undone by any amount of media spin.
Such proves to be the case, when put under greater scrutiny, with the grand story of Barbara Olson – alleged to have occurred on that fateful day of September 11, 2001. Continue reading “9/11 “victim” Barbara Olson still Alive?”
Former US president “George H.W. Bush” is rumored to have once uttered, “If the American people knew what we have done, they would string us up from the lamp posts.”
In fairness, though this quote is often sourced to an alleged interview conducted by former White House press correspondent Sarah McClendon, there appears to be no first- hand account or documentation – a common discovery when sources of such well-repeated historical anecdotes are investigated – which corroborates Bush’s remarks or that such an interview between the former US president and McClendon ever took place.
Nevertheless, remarks of this kind serve to provide ample and dramatic illustration of the sinister methods of subversive operation employed by the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families, and are particularly applicable when considering the grand implications of Post-Modern Reality Simulation.
Unlike the unconfirmed remarks of “George H.W. ‘Poppy’ Bush” however, both the results and the source of the published research that follows are certainly and without question well-substantiated.
The conclusions revealed in this installment will undoubtedly, even to those considered loyal readers and visitors, seem highly controversial and, perhaps, even met with no small measure of incredulous outrage.
So be it! Continue reading “Actors Starring as 2020 Presidential Candidates? Part II”