Tuesday 23 June 2015


Note that the date is correct.

Certain 'alternative' news sites have been more than disappointing on the Charleston Shootings.

Let us remember that these sites also got it wrong on the Arab Spring, Charlie Hebdo, Anders Breivik, the Mumbai attacks, Hampstead, the UK election etc. etc.

Some of these false flag operations are cleverly designed to appeal to the extreme prejudices of the 'alternative' writers.

The Arab Spring propaganda was designed to fool those who want a people power revolt.

The Anders Brevik saga was designed to fool those who have obsessions about race.

You cannot see clearly what happened in Charleston if you hate 'blacks' or hate 'whites'.

SO, who is getting it right?

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At 23 June 2015 at 12:30 , Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 23 June 2015 at 13:37 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very, very good video here Aang:



At 23 June 2015 at 14:59 , Anonymous Greg Bacon said...

When the House was debating last week on whether or not to pass the TPP, a SC church gets shot up, diverting attention and it passed.
Now the Senate is debating TPP and lo and behold, another horrible ISIS video pops up. Yes, it's just a coincidence.

At 23 June 2015 at 23:54 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paul Joseph Watson pissed me off with his analysis that Hampstead abuse was a hoax only a day or two after it broke. I never really liked him, or understood Alex's obsession with how good he was but I have to thank him though in some ways, as it was his report that brought the case to my attention. I took the opposite view to his instantly, as he just brushed it off with no investigation, very sloppy journalism, which put me off Infowars completely. I even wondered if he is some kind of MI5 disinfo agent and was told to say it was a hoax. Those kids were telling the truth, no doubt in my mind.

At 24 June 2015 at 10:26 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sadly, it seems that it is not only 'sloppy journalism' here, but a coerced position on the Hampstead Case. I'm not english, but the information - both official on newspaper and unofficial on news sites - gives the idea that there's something big - very big - been hidden there. Infowars, David Icke Forum and other sites, that have many thousand of unique visitors daily are nothing more than Gatekeepers. What they say is received by most of the people as the safe, common knowledge on strange or weird facts.

They let ''leak'' some point on various issues and they do it on purpose. While other topics - that seem to gather excesive attention - are ignored or treated as non-issues...

At 24 June 2015 at 10:34 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

... and I continue below:

I give anyone a little example. Go to 4chan forum and select /pol (Politically Incorrect) Subforum. You'll see insults against black people and discussions on the white race - I am white - that seem ironical as they are of the lowest quality.

Nothing wrong in all of this - anyone can have his/her own ideas in Democracies - but try to start any kind of political discussion not related to mass-shootings, 2nd US Amendment or useless racism...

Your posts will be most probably ignored. This lead to the hypothesis that people there is either so much brainwashed to waste thier time on the same topics forever, or some topics have some kind of automated response (human or not) while others are left behind with less replies.

I do not know the answer yet, but in either cases that particular subforum isn't just a gatekeeping site. It's something worst.

At 30 July 2015 at 19:58 , Blogger James R said...

Many, many thanks for all the links and other encouragement Aangirfan. My very few readers would presumably be all but none without your kindness. The readers are very welcome but it is the feeling of having (even briefly) done something that someone you look up to seems to think is ok, that is the giant thing. Thank you.


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