Saturday, March 31, 2018
Friday, March 30, 2018
The AA Morris The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast continues to reveal truths and uncover the lies and deception:
Title: AA Morris Presents The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast Episode 28
Time: 03/30/2018 09:08 AM EDT
Episode Notes: The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast Episode 28: The Eleventh Hour Aristocracy Part Four. Please visit www.aamorris.net for more. Thanks for listening.
Wednesday, March 28, 2018
John Discusses Culture Creation and it's Creators. Books referenced are Beyond Freedom and Dignity by B.F. Skinner, Cultural Patterns and technical Change and Culture and Commitment by Margaret Mead and Steps to an Ecology of Mind by Gregory Bateson
Hoaxbusters Call John Adams
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Hosted by: AA Morris
Title: AA Morris Presents The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast Episode 20
Time: 03/22/2018 12:02 PM EDT
Episode Notes: The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast Episode 20: The Apocalypse of the Two Johns The dollar sign is shepherding staff. Money is but one of many marks of proverbial Biblical Beast. Podcast inspiration link http://fakeologist.com/blog/2018/03/20/fac444-rollo-jesse-waugh-john-le-bon-john-adams/ Please visit www.fakeologist.com and www.aamorris.net for more.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Samsung has unveiled a bizarre new hypnosis experience that it claims will help you forget your favourite TV series – so you can re-watch it as though it ‘were the first time.’The firm’s Swedish site is offering a 23-minute online hypnotherapy tool dubbed Unspoil Me, which walks the viewer through a soothing audio session as swirling patterns play on the screen.The unusual marketing ploy is designed around Samsung’s QLED TV; while the hypnosis will work with other devices, the firm recommends re-watching your shows on the QLED TV for an ‘amazing binge-watching experience.’
Samsung reveals bizarre 'unspoil me' hypnotherapy site it claims can make you forget TV shows so you can watch them again | Daily Mail
After the mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, in February, the top trending video on YouTube wasn’t a news clip about the tragedy, but a conspiracy theory video suggesting survivor David Hogg was an actor. The video garnered 200,000 views before YouTube removed it from its platform. Until now, the company hasn’t said much about how it plans to handle the spread of that sort of misinformation moving forward. On Tuesday, however, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki detailed a potential solution. YouTube will now begin displaying links to fact-based content alongside conspiracy theory videos.
Wojcicki announced the new feature, which she called "information cues," during a talk with WIRED editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson at the South by Southwest conference in Austin, Texas. Here’s how it will work: If you search and click on a conspiracy theory video about, say, chemtrails, YouTube will now link to a Wikipedia page that debunks the hoax alongside the video. A video calling into question whether humans have ever landed on the moon might be accompanied by the official Wikipedia page about the Apollo Moon landing in 1969. Wojcicki says the feature will only include conspiracy theories right now that have "significant debate" on the platform.
YouTube Will Link Directly to Wikipedia to Fight Conspiracy Theories | Wired.com
Monday, March 19, 2018
The Proper Gander At Propaganda Podcast Episode 16 Endless Comic Book Con. Please visit www.aamorris.net for more.
Great critical analysis by AA Morris on the Culture Creation tool of Comic Books. Thank God Hoi Polloi writes innocent comics. This is a very addictive podcast.
The United States Navy’s newest submarine, the USS Colorado, went into service this weekend. In the Pentagon’s announcement Secretary of the Navy Richard V. Spencer called the vessel “a true marvel of technology and innovation.” But part of the 377-foot-long Virginia-Class submarine is operated with a 12-year-old Xbox 360 controller.Really? An Xbox controller to control a submarine? This shows to me that submarines are another war hoax concoction. No way a $40 Xbox controller is used for a submarine.
Thee USS Colorado is able to launch Tomahawk missiles at submarines and ships, but it can also be used to transport special operation troops and conduct surveillance. The Xbox controller is used to maneuver the photonic masts—sensors that have replaced telescopes in modern submarines. The Associated Press reports that this is the first attack submarine that uses a gaming controller.
The US military has used Xbox 360 before. For instance, to operate a high-energy laser gun for blasting drones and mortar shells.
Last September, The Virginia-Pilot reported that the Navy was beginning to replace $38,000 joystick-style controllers with $39.95 Xbox 360 controllers because the Microsoft-built devices are significantly cheaper, easier to replace, and require less training because many service members already know how to use them.
The idea to use Xbox controllers for Virginia-Class submarines reportedly came from Lockheed Martin’s “classified research lab” in Manassas, Virginia, known within the defense technology company as the Navy’s “Area 51.”
US Navy’s Newest Attack Submarine Is Partially Operated With a 12-Year-Old Xbox Controller | Gizmodo
Saturday, March 17, 2018
New and amazing podcast. Every episode is worth listening to multiple times. I'm really impressed with AA Morris and his talking style. This is one of the best critical thinking podcasts and critical analysis of culture creation and media fakery podcasts around. AA Morris also has a great sense of humor and I enjoy the New Jersey/New York City accent. Not many people can do a monologue format podcast but AA Morris is really good at it. You can learn a lot from AA Morris. It's well worth the time listening to every episode even multiple times.
Friday, March 16, 2018
Hosted by: Chris from OK
Title: John Adams Afternoon Commute
Time: 03/16/2018 12:50 AM EDT
Episode Notes: New Age, Veganism, The Aquarian Conspiracy, Bill Gates, Beyond Beef, The Earth Charter, Agenda 21, Depopulation, The Bates Method, Raw Meat. Hoaxbusterscall.com
Episode MP3: http://recordings.talkshoe.com.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/TC-90337/TS-1241657.mp3
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Monday, March 12, 2018
Sunday, March 11, 2018
John Talks About The Conditioning Process for Creating Humans Who Would Accept Fakery as Real. Books Mentioned are The Plug In Drug by Marie Winn, The Lonely Crowd by David Riesman, The Disappearance of Childhood by Neil Postman, Pentagon of Power by Lewis Mumford, Culture Against Man by Jules Henry and War and Anti-war by Alvin and Heidi Toffler.
Hoax Busters Call John Adams
Friday, March 9, 2018
Costco is selling food kits that can feed a family of four for up to a year.What a fucking Psyop and fear porn.
The kits range from $1,000 to $6,000 and include a mix of grains, fruits, vegetables, proteins, and dairy.
Many of the items have a 25-year shelf life, such as the freeze-dried broccoli, green beans, corn, and dehydrated apples. Others, like the instant lentils and instant black beans, can last up to 30 years.
The most expensive kit, at $5,999.99, contains 600 cans of food and can feed four people for a year, based on a per-person diet of 2,000 calories a day, Costco says. The cheapest kit, at $999.99, contains 96 cans and can feed one person for a year on a diet of 1,200 calories a day.
"Enjoy the comfort in knowing you have the essential foods your family will need to survive an emergency or natural disaster!" Costco says on its website.
Don't want the neighborhood to know you're stocking up for the apocalypse? Costco says the food is "packaged discreetly for privacy in shipping."
But the packages are huge, weighing about 1,800 pounds, according to one customer who reviewed the product on Costco's website.
One anonymous reviewer called the Thrive-branded $3,999.99 kit "end of the world as we know it insurance."
Another person said it was "worth every penny."
Other items in the kits include egg noodles, quick oats, cornmeal, elbow macaroni, potato chunks, and freeze-dried banana slices, blueberries, and carrots.
Costco is selling $6,000 doomsday-prepper food kits that can feed a family of 4 for a year | Business Insider
Thursday, March 8, 2018
Saturday, March 3, 2018
I already mentioned how YouTube gave me a strike to my channel because I'm allegedly violating community guidelines with a crisis actor video I posted from the Paris Attacks. It was a video from 2015 and YouTube removed it and gave me a strike. I posted about it here and how I suspected my channel is going to be brought down soon by YouTube. Now it's been 6 days and YouTube already delivered a second removal of a YouTube video with another account strike. The video is from the Virginia Shooting back in 2015 which showed a Police Chief talking about a "planned" car chase. So now that's two videos posted back in 2015 taken down in one week and I know the end is coming. So which video will YouTube take down next and put the final nail in the coffin?
I also noticed Ab Fakeologist had his channel shut down this week as he mentioned. Chris Kendall on this past week's Hoax Buster's Call said he now has two strikes on his YouTube account from "violating community guidelines" and those videos were removed. So I predict the Hoax Busters Call YouTube is coming down soon. There is this channel John Adams started, so hopefully the old Hoax Busters videos can be uploaded there.
Today’s White House sounds like it’s full of drama, but it’s nothing compared to the one created by Aaron Sorkin in ‘The West Wing’, which ran for seven seasons between 1999 and 2006. Many fans of the show have since wished that Jed Bartlet (Martin Sheen) could really be their President – funny considering the writers seemed to dream up a bunch of storylines that have subsequently come true. Did they know something we didn’t? Here are 10 of the best.
N.B. Unsurprisingly, there are lots of spoilers.
A person of colour becoming PresidentFollowing conversations with their political consultants, the writers partly based their upstart Latino Senator-turned-Democrat Presidential nominee Matt Santos (Jimmy Smits) on a then-unknown politician by the name of Barack Obama.
Originally, Santos was going to lose the final season’s election to the Republicans, but the liberal-leaning staff couldn’t quite bring themselves to do it. Two years later, the first non-white commander-in-chief was elected for real.Nominating a Hispanic Supreme Court Justice
When Jed Bartlet nominated Roberto Mendoza to be the first Hispanic Supreme Court Justice, he faced an uphill battle to get him confirmed by the Senate, especially when he was arrested and publicly criticised certain branches of the legal profession.
Nine years after the Mendoza episode, in May 2009, President Obama nominated Sonia Sotomayor as his Supreme Court justice. Despite some Republicans voting against her (they included John McCain, current Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell and Trump’s Attorney General Jess Sessions), she was confirmed 68 votes to 31.The press spokesperson giving terrible briefings
Donald Trump’s former press secretary Sean Spicer became something of laughing stock thanks to his car crash White House media appearances, lashing out at reporters and frustrating Democrats with his obfuscation of the facts.
But Josh Lyman (Bradley Whitford) was just as bad on ‘The West Wing’ when he had to fill in as spokesman, calling one journalist’s question “stupid” and sarcastically talking about the President’s secret plan to fight inflation.A US journalist is kidnapped and killed by terrorists
In one of the show’s more eerie predictions, a season three episode depicted a reporter being kidnapped by rebels in the Congo and subsequently dying during an ambush.
The reason it was so on the nose was because it aired on 6 February 2002, just a couple of weeks after journalist Daniel Pearl was kidnapped in Pakistan. The show had been written the previous December – on 21 February, a video was released showing Pearl being beheaded by his captors.
Shouldn't this alone deter people from considering being transgender or question it at least?There's a massive price tag on being transgender in Australia.
For some, the cost of surgery and treatment for gender dysphoria will crack $100,000.
The ABC's new podcast The Signal has been following one woman's effort to find the money she needs to transition, while living below the poverty line.
Stand-up comedy has been Cassie Workman's main income for the past seven or eight years.
Normally, it's just enough cash to scrape by, but recently she's also been diverting as much as she can towards an estimated $85,000 in medical, administrative and incidental costs associated with her transition to a woman.
That includes everything from surgery to taxis home at night, because of the elevated risk of assault for trans women.
The hidden $100,000 price tag on being transgender | ABC.net.au
While reporting on the war in Syria, Russian state television included footage from a realistic video game, presenting it as the real thing. This was the second time in four months that the Russian government, knowingly or not, tried to pass off video games as footage of real events. Russian TV viewers quickly spotted the bogus footage.Russia’s state-run Channel One network ran a segment on the country’s “Defender of the Fatherland Day.” As the segment covered the work of Su-25 “Frogfoot” ground attack pilots in Syria, including one killed earlier this month in combat, the network briefly cut to footage from the realistic first person shooter Arma 3. The footage can be seen here, at the 4:59 mark.
Back in November 2017, Russia’s Ministry of Defense argued that U.S. forces were providing military escorts to ISIS forces, preventing attacks by Russian and Syrian forces. Some of the footage Moscow presented as proof actually came from the iOS game “AC-130 Gunship Simulator”According to the BBC, Channel One has tried to explain away the goof by saying the Arma footage wormed its way into the network’s video archives after an unrelated segment on video games. Unlike in November 2017, when the Ministry of Defense was selling an unfounded conspiracy theory, this latest gaffe seems to be a simple mistake or bad editing.
Thursday, March 1, 2018
Continued @ AA Flight 77 and Steve Irwin’s death: The eight videos people search for but can’t find on the internet | The SunTHERE’S no shortage of people seeking out macabre videos of harrowing
Such is the level of interest in cases like the 1974 on-air suicide of US news
reporter Christine Chubbuck, two movies are due for release this year that
tell her tragic story.
And there are plenty of other events captured on film that are extremely
sensitive and forever sealed from the public eye.
This is to protect the families of the victims and prevent them from being
However, this doesn’t stop individuals from searching the web for these clips.
We reveal the top eight videos that people still search for but can’t find on
1. Steve Irwin’s deathOn September 4, 2006, Aussie wildlife expert Steve “The Crocodile Hunter”
was killed by a stingray that stabbed him several times with its deadly
sharp tail, piercing his heart and leaving him to bleed out.
Two of his colleagues, who were filming for a documentary, Ocean’s Deadliest,
captured the whole incident including the moment he was pulled back onto the
All video footage was destroyed on the request of Steve’s family.
But millions of people still continue to search the internet for his death
2. Osama bin Laden raidOn May 2, 2011, US Navy Seal Team Six conducted a raid on Osama bin Laden’s
compound in Pakistan.
Bin Laden was shot and killed along with four others in the compound.
US military officials said that the navy seals who carried out the operation
were wearing digital cameras mounted on their helmets that covered the
But the head of the CIA Leon Panetta admitted there was a 25-minute blackout
during the live feed of the raid.
The absence of footage of the raid has led to serious doubts conflicting
reports about what happened in the compound.
No physical evidence of Bin Laden’s death has been released.
All Freedom of Information Act requests have been denied.
3. American Airlines Flight 77On 9/11, Flight 77 was hijacked and flew into the Pentagon.
The 2001 incident was recorded by numerous security cameras at the facility.
There are 85 video tapes that potentially captured the attack on film but only
one has been released.
The US government claimed it was the only video that the plane is actually
visible in and refuse to release the rest.
What a joke. If it's a real event then show the people the evidence it's real. Nothing to hide, nothing to fear. Show me it's real otherwise it's iffy to me whether anything happened except theater and stagecraft.
Last spring, Vince McMahon appeared both on his own show, the World Wrestling Federation’s ‘RAW IS WAR’ on TNN, and on his competitor’s, World Championship Wrestling’s ‘MONDAY NITRO’ on TNT, and declared himself owner of both. And maybe the number of folding chairs thrown at wrestling matches will decrease now that maverick Extreme Championship Wrestling has itself folded. The wrestling wars of the 1990s have simmered down, but they left behind a body count.
Half a dozen active wrestlers and wrestling personalities died during the ratings war, mainly between the World Wrestling Federation and World Championship Wrestling, as punishing road schedules, painkillers, and ever more fantastic stunts were offered to television audiences hungry for the spectacle of gladiators.
The action may be scripted, but the deaths are real. They rose as the stakes got higher.
“These things have happened over the past 15 or so years,” says Dave Meltzer, who runs the Wrestling Observer, a “sheet” of inside wrestling information, but “really escalated in the last three or four years.”
Brian Pillman was the first major post-Nitro casualty. He had wrestled on the first-ever Nitro match for WCW, and then, after an injury, spent a brief time in ECW to build momentum for his leap to the WWF, where his character wrestled with his own personal demons. Formerly a high-flying wrestler, Pillman suffered an ankle injury that forced him to change his style to straightforward brawling and his character to a loose cannon. Like many other wrestlers with nagging injuries, industry insiders say, he abused prescription painkillers.
On October 5, 1997, just before the PPV event Badd Blood, he was found dead in a hotel room in Bloomington, Minnesota, thanks to a heart attack brought on by heart disease and possibly complicated by prescription drugs. The WWF responded by hyping an interview with Pillman’s widow, Melanie Pillman, the next night on Raw.Everything’s Fake but the Deaths | The Village Voice
The most spectacular wrestling death in 1999 was that of Owen Hart of the WWF. While the WCW was well-known for repackaging old WWF wrestlers and concepts and selling them to new fans, the WWF also took a few jabs at its competition. The WCW often had its main event star Sting descend via cable from the rafters like a superhero. Once in the ring, he would clobber opponents with a baseball bat. The WWF, riffing on the storyline, dressed accomplished technical wrestler Owen Hart as the comical Blue Blazer and started sending him down from the rafters as well.
The joke soured on May 23, 1999, during a PPV event, when Hart fell from the rafters to the ring in Kansas City’s Kemper Arena. The lights were down, so the audience did not see Hart fall, but they did watch him get carried backstage, where he died while the event was still under way. While online fans were alerted to Hart’s death immediately, the thousands of people watching the show live were not told of Hart’s backstage death, and the show went on. The next night, on Raw, a “memorial” episode featured heartfelt statements by wrestlers. The WWF also sent a busload of wrestlers and cameras to Hart’s funeral, and eventually sent a bundle to Hart’s family, which received a huge settlement, reportedly $18 million.
This article is from 2001 but I think it's very relevant to the rampant professional wrestling deaths that are alleged to have taken place. What I noticed with these deaths is that they coincide with Vince McMahon admitting in Federal Court back in 1993 during his WWF Steroids trial, that professional wrestling is scripted. What this did was deflate the appeal of wrestling. Once it was on record it was admitted as fake by a major wrestling promoter it was now official.
After this wrestling experienced a decline. Steroids were regulated and certain wrestlers had to stop taking steroids or were suspended for taking steroids. Wrestlers bodies weren't as big as the roided 1980s wrestlers. Look up how Hulk Hogan slimmed down after having to stop taking Steroids. Wrestlemania IX shows a slimmer Hulk Hogan than ever seen before or how Ultimate Warrior was rumored to be replaced because his stopping of steroids made his muscles smaller. That's what steroids do. You stop taking them and if you still lift weights, you half muscle definition but it's smaller than on roids.
I could go on about other wrestlers bodies suddenly getting smaller because there are tons of examples.
With the admission of wrestling being scripted and no more steroids to make wrestlers look Godlike, I think Vince McMahon and other wrestling promoters came up with faking deaths of wrestlers to bring a level of realness back to the "sport". Around the second half of the 1990s a lot of wrestlers started dying all of the sudden. Whether from drugs or other causes, there was a surge in wrestler deaths and it hasn't stopped since. So maybe these deaths are designed to bring interest back into a admitted scripted/fake wrestling.
If they can fake celebrity deaths they can certainly fake wrestler deaths. Also I think the fake deaths serve a masonic philosophical purpose. Aaron Franz talks about this on his Secret Societies and The Truth Movement Transistor Radio podcast episode.
The one death that stands out to me as the most media driven is the Owen Hart death. I highlight in the above article how Owen Hart's fall from the rafters wasn't seen by those in the arena and of course not by cameras because the lights in the arena went dim. I mean come on, that's a real easy way to pull off a magic trick.
Also why did this article have to say the deaths are real? Aren't they supposed to be? Are there any admitted faked deaths ever? Why the need to say they are real then? Or maybe they can be fake too since we are talking about a "sport" that revolves around scripting and fakery.
The Chief Executive of the Freemasons has admitted that there is a secret handshake, but anyone caught doing it outside the society would face ‘disciplinary action’.This article is absolute masonic bullshit. You can always spot masonic handshakes, the hidden hand and other masonic gestures from the "elite" political actors. Masons aren't hiding jack shit. It isn't a secret. Look up pictures of Stalin doing the hidden hand or the Popes. The masonic handshakes, signs and other hand gestures are in our face. I like how the first rule in Freemasonry in to lie your ass off about what goes on. I guess the oath is so important that the masses must not know the bullshit masonic stuff is floated right in front of their face.
Today, the Freemasons put a full page advertisement in a number of national newspapers today saying they should stop being ‘undeservedly stigmatised’ and saying that they are a victim of discrimination.
It came after The Guardian wrote an article claiming that there were two lodges set up in Westminster that MPs and journalists were secretly operating in.
Dr David Staples, the Deputy Grand Master of Ceremonies for the United Grand Lodge of England, told Metro.co.uk: ‘I think enough is enough and The Guardian article was the straw that finally broke the camel’s back.
‘The clear influence that they want people to believe is that in Westminster there are groups of MPs who are meeting up and discussing nefarious things, which is totally false.
There are no MPs and no journalists who are members in Westminster.’
He said that membership went underground in the second world war after the Nazis demanded membership information and sent as many as 200,000 Masons to the gas chambers.
Dr Staples admitted that there is a secret handshake, but it is ‘absolutely forbidden’ to use it outside of their masonic circles.
He said: ‘We have a handshake that we use in ceremonies, but there is a lodged disciplinary system if they use it outside of the organisation.
‘It is part of our history and traditions from when the Freemasons were created.
‘There are different handshakes based on the level of Mason you are at so there’s lots to remember.’
‘We do not tolerate people talking about it in anyway and in the 22 years that I have been a Mason nobody has given me the handshake outside of their Masonic lodges.’
He also admitted that he may ‘not have been on top form’ when he spoke to the BBC early this morning and avoided the question regarding the secret handshake.
When someone joins the organisation, Dr Staples said that each member goes through three ‘degrees’; Entering Apprentice, Fellow craft and Master Mason, with a different ceremony to upgrade each level.
You can apply online or be recommended by an existing member to be a Freemason, and women have their own lodges
Dr Staples added: ‘I have been a member for 22 years since I joined at University and what I really enjoy about it is the breadth of people that you meet.
‘When I joined I was meeting people who were 40 or 50 years older and I learnt from their life experiences and we take people from all different walks of life, races and faiths.
‘What I am asking people to do is to come and talk to us and speak to people who are actually members of the organisation.’
Freemasons definitely do have a secret handshake but they won’t tell us what it is | Metro.uk