Monday, September 30, 2013

Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? - Live & Recorded Episodes:

Hoax Busters: Conspiracy or just Theory? - Live & Recorded Episodes:

149-Hoax Busters: The Economical Slave

The Slave Grid, Drills on 9/11, 7/7, Boston Bombing, Aurora, Sandy Hook Hoaxes and Street Theater, Giant Beetle Toe Invasion,Alex Jones, Fryscraper,Rollo joins the call for the petrol report...

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Fake Witness "John Weaver" More Horrible Acting and Fake Crying - Washington D.C. Shooting Hoax

Watch the guy look down and read his script. No tears either. More of the piss poor acting that is common in these fake media events.


Tuesday, September 17, 2013

AP Reports on the Washington Navy Yard shooting a day before it happens.

Police, FBI: Shooter reported in military building at Washington Navy Yard; multiple victims SUNDAY, 15 SEPTEMBER 2013 23:31 ERIC TUCKER AND BRETT ZONGKER, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Police work the scene on M Street S.E. in Washington, where a gunman was reported in a military building at the Washington Navy Yard Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. Shots have been fired and employees directed to a shelter. Police and federal agents from multiple law enforcement agencies responded to the scene and streets in the area were closed. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) WASHINGTON - Several people were injured in a shooting Monday morning at a building at the Washington Navy Yard, the U.S. Navy said, and authorities searched for an active shooter. A defence official, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak during an active attack, also said there were at least several injuries. The Navy said shots were fired around 8:20 a.m. (1220 GMT)...Link to Article

I made a few calls to the Associated Press:

The first call is Howard Goldburg 212-621-7932, second call is to Eric Tucker, the reporter 202-641-9000(Washington AP)

UPDATE: They "corrected" the timestamp. Here's the cached original

Sunday, September 8, 2013


Preparing music that is emotionally and psychologically satisfying to a target audience is not as simple as it might seem. A review of some Army documents indicates that the United States PSYOP radio stations in Afghanistan constantly looked for feedback to improve its product. Early reports indicated that the speakers on the radio broadcasts sounded like “old men with bad Afghan accents.” Just as an attractive young lady might be added to a radio show in the USA as a “disk jockey,” PSYOP planners changed the Afghan radio line-up and added a young female.

The listeners also complained that the PSYOP music was too modern. I suppose it was like trying to capture the attention of older Americans with hard rock and rap music. The PSYOP planners went on a buying trip throughout Afghanistan and purchased more traditional folk music. This music had not been played on Afghan radio since before the Soviet invasion. The music brought the Afghans back to a happier time prior to the rule of the Taliban. The U.S. military discovered that the music helped the Afghan people to believe that better times were coming. This growing hope and faith in the future of Afghanistan was vital to later PSYOP efforts.

General Tommy Franks mentions hearing music in Afghanistan after the Coalition victory in his autobiography American Soldier, Harper-Collins Books, NY, 2004:

A young entrepreneur in a baseball cap stood at his packing crate kiosk peddling music cassettes. From the speakers of his boom box, a woman singer was belting out a soulful Pastun love song, accompanied by tabla drums and double-reed flutes.

The Taliban had banned music as a blasphemy. Now, they and their al Qaida allies were on the run, dead, or sitting in prison camps – and music had returned to the streets of Kabul.

“Sounds like freedom to me” I said.

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