Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Are You Awake Or Still Sound Asleep?

ODD Reality

Dramatizing Psyops Makes Them Real In The Mind

I already wrote about how I think the Sandusky Penn State Sex Abuse Scandal looked phony to me. Fakeopedia at fakeologist has one of the criteria for a fake staged event being if a movie gets a made about said incident you can bet it's indicating a staged fake event. The reason mostly being that the movie is there to sell you a story or propagandize people to have it in their minds that this story was real because a movie is based on a true story and you can't question that. Making a movie also reminds the "viewer" of the said event to reinforce in their minds and not let them forget that said event happened and it was real.

Well this movie is about the Sandusky Sex abuse scandal at Penn State and about Joe Paterno. It stars Al Pachino who has been a go-to actor for selling the public on bullshit such as the Godfather. Who knows how bad the mafia was but with a movie like the Godfather they sure had people believing the Mafia was like the wild west. I also feel like the mafia reminds me of the serial killers bogeyman that was there to terrorize people. Who knows how many serial killers were real or were just stories with crisis actors and the same thing with the mafia. Did the mafia really go around murdering people or did they just go around trying to bully people? Not saying they didn't exist but when you don't have to kill people and you can just scare people, it's probably a better idea. Also it feels like the mafia was there to function in place of a police state and then once the United States had paramilitary police in place, it was time to retire the mafia.


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Netflix Thinks 9/11 Truth Is HILARIOUS!

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Las Vegas Police Don't Count Las Vegas Mass Shooting Because It Was A Staged Event!

The Metropolitan Police Department boasted close to a 1% decrease in crime between 2016 and 2017 — but the data omits the October shooting at a music festival that left 58 dead and scores more injured.

Excluding the victims of the massacre of the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival, the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department last year investigated 141 murders with an 83% clearance rate, according to the department’s report, titled “LVMPD Shows Decrease in Violent Crime in 2017.”

The figure marks a 10.2% decrease in homicides and a 0.9% decrease in violent crimes — including rape, murder robbery and aggravated assault — from 2016.

Department spokesman Larry Hadfield said the deadly incident on Oct. 1 was excluded from the statistics due to federal reporting guidelines.

“Federally, you don’t have to report because it’s a mass casualty event,” he told the Las-Vegas Review Journal.

Director of Crime Analysis Patrick Baldwin said the Vegas massacre was “an anomaly” that would’ve prevented the department from accurately comparing year-to-year data.

The admitted omission of Vegas massacre sparked backlash when the report was first released earlier this year, prompting the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department to further clarify the numbers.

Las Vegas police tout drop in violent crime after omitting mass shooting from data | New York Daily News
This is what happened with the Virginia Tech Mass Shooting Staged Event. The FBI doesn't count the Virginia Tech Shooting in their data for Murders in 2007. Where are the 33 people that allegedly died?

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University FBI Murders For 2007

Yeah just 2 people murdered at Virginia Tech the whole year. Also I did a video on this a few years ago which YouTube has put a warning on and disabled comments and likes.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Crisis Actors Have A Long History

On February 21, Princeton history professor Kevin M. Kruse took to Twitter to remind America that it had seen these types of tactics before. His viral tweet shared a 1957 clipping from the New York Times about the “Little Rock Nine,” a group of black students integrating an all-white high school in Arkansas.

In the article, the NAACP repudiated false stories that it said had been circulating about the students. These included “that the Negro children were being paid to attend classes at the newly integrated school,” and “that the children had been ‘imported’ from the North.”

As with the Parkland students, the assumption underlying these accusations against the Little Rock Nine was that someone was manipulating them— they couldn’t possibly have wanted to do what they were doing.

Raymond Arsenault, a civil rights historian and author of Freedom Riders, says that in 1960, white supremacists started to lean into this technique of discrediting student activists by linking their actions to Northern interference. That year, black students held sit-ins across the South.

“Part of the reaction among white supremacists and the mainstream media in the South was that somebody must be putting these kids up to this,” he says of the sit-ins. “There was the myth that blacks were content as long as outside agitators from the North didn’t get to them.”
White supremacists also pointed to a conspiracy after terrorists murdered Freedom Riders Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, and James Chaney in 1964. When their bodies weren’t discovered for a month and a half, “the line from the white supremacists was that they had not been killed, they had just disappeared of their own volition, and the whole thing was a hoax,” Arsenault says.
This Isn’t the First Time Conspiracy Theorists Have Accused Student Activists of Being ‘Paid Actors’ |

The Measles Virus Was Breathed All Over New York City?

Measles has just visited the Big Apple, and public health officials are warning the city’s small unvaccinated population to be on guard.

Last Friday, the New York State Department of Health announced that an Australian tourist was confirmed to be carrying the viral disease days into their trip. Because exhaled measles can stay alive for up to two hours in the air or on surfaces, health officials have issued a precautionary alert for anyone who may have been exposed to the person as they traveled throughout the city and surrounding counties from February 16 to 21.

The locations where people could have been exposed to measles are:
  • La Quinta Inn, 31 W. 71st Street, New York, NY, between February 16 and the morning of February 19, 2018.
  • Oasis Bible Tours at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 5th Avenue, New York, NY, the morning of February 16, and the evening of February 17, 2018.
  • Watchtower Educational Center, 100 Watchtower Drive, Patterson, NY, between 12:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. on February 19, 2018.
  • Best Western Hotel, 1324 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY, from February 19 until 12:00 p.m. on February 20, 2018.
  • Comfort Inn & Suites Goshen – Middletown, 20 Hatfield Lane, Goshen, NY, from 4:30 p.m. on February 20 until 10:30 a.m. on February 21, 2018.
  • Excel Urgent Care, 1 Hatfield Lane, Goshen, NY, between 8:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. on February 21, 2018.
An Australian Tourist Breathed Measles Virus All Over New York City Last Week | Gizmodo
Another fear mongering story being promoted to scare the shit out of people in New York City and to promote the Measles vaccine. A story like this is so laughable. A guy comes into the New York City and starts breathing the measles virus all over the places he visits. Now everybody is fucked because this "virus" is all over those places visited. Reads like a movie script for some horror movie. Make sure to get your toxic measles vaccine too.

I don't believe viruses exist and it's just made up fear porn. See the fake AIDS or the fake Ebola virus. I don't believe Measles is that much different from a bad cold or getting sick. The symptoms are fever, rash and coughing. Seriously? How's that so different from getting sick from being unhealthy? Also Tim Fakeologist at has some good blog posts and audios on viruses being a bunch of bullshit.

Sunday, February 25, 2018

YouTube Aggressively Trying To Remove Videos That Expose Staged Psyops Now?

After reading this post from which talks about how Tim Fakeologist had one of his old videos on Psyop drills from 2013 flagged by YouTube, later on today I also I got a notice from YouTube telling me my Paris Terror Attack Crisis Actor video from 2015 was flagged and removed. Wow, I guess YouTube is now going to crack the whip and start taking videos down that expose these Psyops as staged events. I have a feeling this is the beginning of the end of my YouTube Channel.

Comparative Holographic Illusions


Thursday, February 22, 2018

Surviving Mass Shootings Runs In The Family?

Annika Dean survived last year’s mass shooting at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood airport by hiding behind a luggage cart. Her 14-year-old son Austin survived this week’s shooting at a Parkland, Fla., high school by hiding in a classroom.

“I am in disbelief; I really am,” Dean said in an interview with WPTV in West Palm Beach.

Her brother told her: “You’re one of the luckiest people on the planet or you’re one of the unluckiest,” she told WPTV.

She told him, “Both.”

Teen survived shooting at Florida high school. Unbelievably, his mother survived a mass shooting last year. | Washington Post

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Florida School Shooting Predictive Programming?

Nikolas Cruz, 19, massacred 17 people and injured dozens more in a bloody gun rampage at his former school in Parkland yesterday.

And many have noticed the tragedy is eerily similar to the track by the British rock legend – which is about a fictional school shooting.

The song – released on Bowie’s 2013 album The Next Day – includes lyrics like: “Valentine told me who's to go … The teachers and the football stars.”

Another line goes: “It's in his scrawny hands, it's in his icy heart.

“It's happening today.”

Producer Tony Visconti previously confirmed the song’s “scary” subject matter.

He reportedly said the song was “related to people who go postal – about people who acquire a gun and do awful things with it”.

There is no suggestion the song inspired the shooter to carry out the massacre.

But the tune’s eerie echo of yesterday’s events has not been lost on many.

The chilling lyrics to Valentine's Day by David Bowie

Valentine told me who's to go
Feelings he treasured most of all
The teachers and the football stars
It's in his tiny face
It's in his scrawny hands
Valentine sold his soul
He's got something to say
It's Valentine's day
The rhythm of the crowd
Benny and Judy down
Valentine sees it all
He's got something to say
It's Valentine's day

Valentine told me how he feels
If all the world were under his heels
Or stumbling through the mall
It's in his tiny face
It's in his scrawny hands
Valentine knows it all
He's got something to say

It's Valentine's day
Valentine, Valentine
Valentine, Valentine

It's in his scrawny hands
It's in his icy heart
It's happening today
Valentine, Valentine

It's in his scrawny hands
It's in his icy heart
It's happening today

Valentine, Valentine

The chilling similarities between the Florida shooting that left 17 dead and David Bowie’s 2013 song Valentine’s Day | The Sun


Monday, February 19, 2018

Technology And The Fragmented Society

John discusses the current and future state of our relationship with technology. Books referenced are Person/Planet by Theodore Roszak, Love+Sex with Robots by David Levy Alone Together by Sherry Tuttle and The Turning Point by Fritjof Capra.

Hoaxbusters Call John Adams

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Listen To Me Pretend Like I Know Things

Lies has some good videos like this but his masonic one eye YouTube Channel picture is still an issue of concern. Also his video on NFL CGI was total horseshit and provided a good laugh. I also interpret it as disinformation put out by Lies. This video at least is worth the time.


Monday, February 12, 2018

Abraham Lincoln's Secret Visits to Slaves

Shortly before the election of 1860, a man came upon a plantation near Marlin, Texas, some 20 miles southeast of Waco. Though nobody knew who he was, the plantation owner took him in as a guest. The stranger paid close attention to how the enslaved people working on the plantation were treated—how they subsisted on a weekly ration of “four pounds of meat and a peck of meal,” how they were whipped and sometimes sold, resulting in the tearing apart of families. Eventually, the stranger said goodbye and went on his way, but a little while later he wrote a letter to the plantation owner, informing him he would soon have to free his slaves—“that everybody was going to have to, that the North was going to see to it.” The stranger told the owner to go into the room where he’d slept, and see where he’d carved his name into the headrest. And when the slaveholder went and looked, he saw the name: “A. Lincoln.”

Abraham Lincoln's Secret Visits to Slaves | The Atlantic
This is so ridiculous that people will take this a fact. Absolutely hilarious reading this. We still have slavery, so the Civil War didn't end jack shit.

Sunday, February 11, 2018

Jay Dyer Bans John le Bon For Nuke Skepticism

Jay Dyer is a banning machine. Who won't this guy ban? Jay loves Censorship. Since he does, here's an idea for Jay Dyer. Why not do a video telling us what not to talk about on his YouTube Channel, Twitter Account and on his website. This way we can have a understanding of what Jay Dyer won't talk about because it will get banned.

Jay Dyer broadcast a live google hangout to discuss 'end times' prophecy and its use in social engineering. JLB decided to ask the live chat about the possibility that we are lied to about nukes. Jay responded by banning JLB from the chat. Why is Jay avoiding the Nuclear Question?

John le Bon

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Virtual Reality Will Affect Actual Reality

Since tech wizard Jaron Lanier made virtual reality popular in the 1990s, many claims have been made about its transformative power. Most of these have proved to be hype and VR remained little more than a fad, popular with video gamers. But in his new book, VR: Experience On Demand, Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of the Virtual Human Interactive Lab at Stanford University, insists that VR is at last coming of age, with new applications from conservation to the treatment of PTSD.

When National Geographic caught up with him by phone from Stanford, Bailenson explained how VR is now being used to raise awareness about climate change, help quarterbacks memorize plays for the NFL, and even help first 9/11 responders suffering from PTSD.

When I interviewed Jaron Lanier, the pioneer of VR, two decades ago, he was ecstatic about its potential. Recently he said the digital “hive mind” threatens to lead us into “social catastrophe.” Which is right?

Jaron is a great colleague of mine. He and I have published papers together and we talk a lot about VR as a tool to make people better, for collaboration and expression. The thing to remember is that VR is a medium. Just like the written word, just like video, and it all depends on what we do with it. Throughout his long, amazing career, Jaron has been someone who pushes us to use technology for good, to think about how to use avatars to make people more collaborative, to reduce prejudice, and increase productivity.

One of the bold claims you make is that VR can help save the planet. Describe the thinking here, and how an experiment on the island of Ischia, in Italy, is helping combat ignorance about climate change.

Climate change science is very abstract, so it’s hard for a person to fathom a world in which there are extreme weather events and higher sea levels and how it’s going to affect his or her daily life. So what we did in Ischia was take a marine site that scientists have been studying for decades, which shows how carbon dioxide is destroying coral and degrading the food web.

I can’t bring the entire world to Ischia to show how CO2 degrades ecosystems. But with VR, I can bring Ischia to people. So we produced a seven-minute journey that shows how all the oceans will look like in about 50 years, based on this one site in Ischia. Using this VR model, people get to be a scientist, explore the effects of CO2 on various species in the ecosystem and organically learn by doing.

We’ve tested it in high school and college classrooms; thousands of people go through it at different museums. We have a permanent installation at the San Jose Tech Museum and we’ve brought it to the U.S. Senate, where senators and congressmen and congresswomen can experience it. I can confidently say that this simulation increases knowledge about climate change by showing them, viscerally, how it is going to affect us all.

How Virtual Reality Affects Actual Reality | National Geographic
This reminds me of this 9/11 VR video. Experiencing reality through virtual reality even though it's a fake reality:

Reality Check VR

USA Gymnastics Sex Abuse Scandal. Theater For The Mind?

Usually I don't read Miles Mathis because I see him put disinfo into his papers and also he gets sidetracked into other topics instead of the focus of the title of his papers. This paper has some good points which I highlighted below about the USA Gymnastics Sexual Abuse Show Trial. I think all these Sexual Abuse Scandals emerging is being put out there for bringing all of American Institutions down and creating more distrust in the United States. These celebrities are perfectly willing to be shamed in front of the unwashed masses. They enjoy the duping delight they derive from events like this.

Here's a masonic pic (one side of face lit up) I found of one of the main gymnast accusers Aly Raisman. This is why I think this is part of a display of Masonic Theater too. Masons love putting on a show. I could also see this being a form of masonic hazing. Masons hazing fellow masons in public. Also what about this as being a way to normalize pedophilia? Showcase people with problems molesting young women and how we have to accept these types of people eventually because of the frequency of these sex abuse cases happening.

In case you don't know, a doctor for the US Gymnastics Team has recently been sentenced to 175 years in jail for molesting young female gymnasts. As terrible as that sounds, there is a very good possibility it isn't true. Why do I say that? Well, because the reports of the trial of this Larry Nassar don't make any sense. My first clue was this quote from the judge at his sentencing:

I've just signed your death warrant.

This Judge Rosemarie Aquilina also said “I wouldn't send my dogs to you, sir”.

That all sounds like theater, since real judges don't talk like that. They actually aren't allowed to, and if she had said that at the end of a real trial, she could be removed from her seat and disbarred. Talk like that from a sentencing judge is cause for an appeal, which is why real judges don't say things like that.They don't want to give an appeals court reason to find bias. But a statement like the first one is way over the top, since it isn't even true. When I first read the headlines, I thought, “Oh my God, she gave this guy the death penalty!” That is what the words mean, after all. But if we read closer, she didn't sign his death warrant at all. She allegedly put him away for life, but that is completely different.

And if you think the 175 years also seems like theater, you aren't alone. It is unprecedented, and that is admitted in the accompanying literature. For example, go to the Wikipedia page for this case and you will find a long backstory, which includes previous offenders in gymnastics. One of these is former coach James Bell, convicted of molesting three gynmasts in 2003. He is allegedly serving 8 years.Note that is 8 years, not 175 years. You will say 8 years in jail is nothing. But go spend a month in jail and then get back to me.
Another curious thing we are told is that at the sentencing the judge read aloud a letter Nassar had written to the court after pleading guilty, in which he accused the girls of lying and said “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned”. Yeah. And you believe that? You believe that guys already in prison write letters to the court like that, jeopardizing their own trials? I guess he just wanted another hundred years in jail or so. You don't write informal “letters” to the court. You might petition the court through your attorney for some reason, but those petitions are not public and would not be read in court by a judge. Such an action would be considered highly unusual—or insane—by any appellate court and might be reason for tossing the whole trial. The appellate court might also recommend the judge for a psychiatric evaluation.

Nassar's sentence is also weird, since we are told he was sentenced to 40 to 175 years. Well, which was it? And what is the spread based on? If you went to the doctor and he told you you had 10 to 100months to live, you would say, “Thanks, Doc, but that isn't really helpful.” It looks to me like these numbers are being published to add to the confusion. Most people will read this stuff and just give up trying to understand any of it, which is what they want. They don't want you understanding anything,they want to just accept it and move on.

Next, we find the prosecuting attorney is actually the Assistant Attorney General of Michigan, Angela Povilaitis. Is anyone involved here not Jewish, I wonder? Povilaitis is a prominent Lithuanian/Jewis hname. Just look it up. But regardless, it is strange to see this trial in Federal(circuit) court, prosecuted by the State Attorney General's office. I don't really understand why the Attorney General would be involved in such a case. Yes, the case became very high profile, but only because the media turned it into their usual circus.

Which brings us to the way this case hit the headlines. Although Nassar wasn't charged for these crimes until November of 2017, in February of that year three former gymnasts went on 60 Minutes to air their claims. Others went on Twitter under the #MeToo hashtag accusing Nassar. This isn't the way it is done in the real world. The procedure is to go to the police and hire an attorney. Both will tell you to keep the charges out of the media until after the trial—at which time it can be publicized all they want. But normally such girls don't want any publicity either before or after the trial, because they don't want people to know that nasty man had his finger up their wazoos. It should be very embarrassing, but curiously we don't see that here. These girls couldn't wait to talk about it
Judge Aquilina has also had her own syndicated radio talk show,Ask the Family Lawyer. Pretty strange for a circuit court judge. She was also in the Michigan Army National Guard, where she was the first female member of the Judge Advocate General's Corp. This links her to Kelly once again,as you see. She has published two novels with pretty strange titles: Feel No Evil and Triple Cross Killer.That last one came out in 2017, and it is about a serial killer who diverts Santa letters to himself.Intrigued? As usual, we find ourselves being pulled down the same old rabbit hole. Even the most skeptical must be seeing the lay of the land by now. Also, if you thought Aquilina was Spanish, you are wrong. Her father is given as Maltese and her mother as German. That already looks like a clue,since if we go to Wikipedia on the question, we find this: “In the time before World War II many Jews fleeing Nazism came to Malta as it was the only European country not to require visas of Jews fleeing German rule”. So my guess is Aquilina is also Jewish.
Which brings us to the fact this was filmed at all. Cameras used to be prohibited in courtrooms, but  Ias I showed in my O. J. Simpson paper, that severely limited the propaganda value of these fake CIA trials. So any time you see a trial filmed and released nationally, you can be sure it is a CIA/Hollywood project
So am I saying the girls just flat-out lied? Yep. But you have to understand they don't see it that way.They think they are part of a movie about women's rights, you see. That is how it was sold to them.They were probably told that bad guys like this really do exist, so it is important to educate people about it. And, since Nassar isn't really going to jail, no one is hurt here: they aren't lying, they are just part of a fiction. A morality play. I assume a lot of the middle level players in these projects justify their actions like that. I don't think the directors do, since the directors know the know the score. They know why this is going on, and it isn't to educate anyone. It is to mess people up on purpose. But I don't imagine these girls are that evil. They are simply being manipulated, like the rest of us
Why I think the whole USA Gymnastics Fracas is Fake | 


Markus Allen Needs To Release His Archive Of Audios

Markus Allen from had some good talks with Chris Kendall at and with other like minded people. I know his audios go back to 2008, but it's hard to find many of those audios on the internet. I'm sure a lot of people would like to hear some old Markus Allen audios from back in the day. This one with Adam Curry was good because we learned Adam Curry comes from a family that works in intelligence. Markus Allen if your reading this could you consider releasing the whole archive of Truth in 7 Minutes Audios going back to when your first started in 2008???

Friday, February 9, 2018

Proof Super Bowl 52 Was Scripted?

There are predictions, and then there are scarily-accurate-weirdly-prescient-can-you-see-the-future predictions.

Sheil Kapadia, who covers the Eagles for The Athletic Philadelphia and hosts the Birds with Friends Podcast, gave one of the most precise predictions to come true in recent memory on Feb. 2, two days before the Super Bowl.

He predicted that with 2:16 left in the fourth quarter of a close game, the Patriots would have the ball and that Brandon Graham would come up with the decisive sack fumble.


"I think it's gonna be a game in the fourth quarter with both these teams," Kapadia said. "I think like you that the Patriots are going to get the ball with 2:16 left on the clock. That's when I think the guy you mentioned earlier on this podcast, Brandon Graham, is heard from. I don't know if he'll be rushing from the inside, if he'll be rushing from the edge.

"I think Fletcher Cox will be in Tom Brady's face. He'll step, he'll have nowhere to go. Brandon Graham will come up with the sack-fumble, the Eagles will recover, and the Patriots dynasty will come toppling down."

Of course, Graham did come up with the decisive strip-sack of Tom Brady, and the play's snap happened with exactly 2:16 left on the game clock.

That Youtube video was posted on Feb. 6, so I was initially skeptical that maybe the podcast was recorded after the game. But as you can see on Stitcher, iTunes and SoundCloud, the prediction was clearly made on the "Superb Owl Week - Prediction Time" episode which was posted on all three sites on Feb. 2. The prediction happens in the last three minutes of the podcast.

Eagles Writer Predicts Brandon Graham's Game-Winning Strip Sack to the Exact Second | Sports Illustrated

Sunday, February 4, 2018

Jay Dyer Was On Alex Jones

I did not know Mr. Jay Dyer appeared on Alex Jones and Infowars. Yeah nothing to see here. Just Jay Dyer hanging out with obvious controlled opposition Alex Jones. How does one get on Alex Jones without being controlled opposition or at least a Freemason since all who appear on Alex Jones have ties to the occult if you some digging.

Jay Dyer

Friday, February 2, 2018

Thomas Jefferson Owned a Qur’an

Two hundred and three years ago this month, President James Madison approved the act of Congress purchasing Thomas Jefferson’s private library. Intended to restock the Library of Congress after its previous holdings were destroyed by British arson during the War of 1812, the transfer of books from Monticello to Washington also highlights a forgotten aspect of religious diversity in early America.

Among the 6,487 books that soon traveled north, Jefferson’s 1734 edition of the Qur’an is perhaps the most surprising.

Historians have attributed the third president’s ownership of the Muslim holy book to his curiosity about a variety of religious perspectives. It’s appropriate to view it that way. Jefferson bought this book while he was a young man studying law, and he may have read it in part to better understand Islam’s influence on some of the world’s legal systems.

Why Thomas Jefferson Owned a Qur’an |

Virtual Reality Church

The first time D. J. Soto strapped on an Oculus Rift and stepped into virtual reality, he felt like the ancient prophets must have felt—arriving in the promised land that would fulfill his destiny. It was a summer Friday in 2016, and the virtual world he was visiting, AltSpaceVR, was just a year old. Billing itself as a free social network in virtual reality, AltSpaceVR allows its users to toggle between 2-D and 3-D, using a virtual-reality headset or a computer monitor to explore the space. When Soto entered, he found a virtual world that was practically empty: just a few avatars attending quiz shows or cheesy comedy performances. Still, the young preacher was electrified.

This Pastor Is Putting His Faith in a Virtual Reality Church |