Fake News Meme Going Viral

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You've gotta give them credit.  The plot, the plan, the conspiracy - it's really well thought out, well funded - well executed.  Bravo!  It's like a well planned ballet.  In ballet, to acheive excellence, complete cooperation and syncrhonicity is required.  Look what I found in my Twitter today from some Big Lebowski zombie:

 

 

The 'fake news' in question was from a Zero Hedge article "Why the Elite Hate Russia" that was written by Global Intel Hub during the election, in order to counterbalance some of the "Russian Propaganda" coming from the CIA/Illuminati basement in rural Virginia (you know the location).  

They are moving so quickly to put the genie back in the bottle it's alarming.  The DOD originally created the internet initially for legitimate military purposes (secure communication) and as an aside wireless technology was developed during world war 2 and actively used in combat (field phones).  Anyway once the internet was 'released' it clearly was a mistake, but not something they could stop.  Even a Rockefeller himself admitted 'it would be better if the internet didn't exist:' 

First things first, read this article by a New Yorker reporter who seems to be a mainstream journalist that has actually investigated Russian Propaganda as it exists in the 'real' world, not as created by Rockefellers in USA in a Hollywood Studio:

I can report that the spokesman was an American man, probably in his thirties or forties, who was well versed in Internet culture and swore enthusiastically. He said that the group numbered about forty people. “I can say we have people who work for major tech companies and people who have worked for the government in different regards, but we’re all acting in a private capacity,” he said. “One thing we’re all in agreement about is that Russia should not be able to fuck with the American people. That is not cool.” The spokesman said that the group began with fewer than a dozen members, who came together while following Russia’s invasion of eastern Ukraine. The crisis was accompanied by a flood of disinformation designed to confuse Ukraine and its allies. “That was a big wake-up call to us. It’s like, wait a minute, Russia is creating this very effective fake-news propaganda in conjunction with their military operation on the ground,” the spokesman said. “My God, if they can do that there, why can’t they do it here?” PropOrNot has said that the group includes Ukrainian-Americans, though the spokesman laughed at the suggestion that they were Ukrainian agents. PropOrNot has claimed total financial and editorial independence.

Given PropOrNot’s shadowy nature and the shoddiness of its work, I was puzzled by the group’s claim to have worked with Senator Ron Wyden’s office. In an e-mail, Keith Chu, a spokesman for Wyden, told me that the PropOrNot team reached out to the office in late October. Two of the group’s members, an ex-State Department employee and an I.T. researcher, described their research. “It sounded interesting, and tracked with reporting on Russian propaganda efforts,” Chu wrote. After a few phone calls with the members, it became clear that Wyden’s office could not validate the group’s findings. Chu advised the group on press strategy and suggested some reporters that it might reach out to. “I told them that if they had findings, some kind of document that they could share with reporters, that would be helpful,” he told me. Chu said that Wyden’s office played no role in creating the report and didn’t endorse the findings. Nonetheless, he added, “There has been bipartisan interest in these kind of Russian efforts, including interference in elections, for some time now, including from Senator Wyden.” This week, Wyden and six other senators sent a letter to the White House asking it to declassify information “concerning the Russian Government and the U.S. election.”

The story of PropOrNot should serve as a cautionary tale to those who fixate on malignant digital influences as a primary explanation for Trump’s stunning election. The story combines two of the most popular technological villains of post-election analysis—fake news and Russian subterfuge—into a single tantalizing package. Like the most effective Russian propaganda, the report weaved together truth and misinformation.

Bogus news stories, which overwhelmingly favored Trump, did flood social media throughout the campaign, and the hack of the Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s e-mail seems likely to have been the work of Russian intelligence services. But, as harmful as these phenomena might be, the prospect of legitimate dissenting voices being labelled fake news or Russian propaganda by mysterious groups of ex-government employees, with the help of a national newspaper, is even scarier. Vasily Gatov told me, “To blame internal social effects on external perpetrators is very Putinistic.”

This PropOrNot is clearly a Soros funded psy-op.  But it's amateurish, it's pathetic.  It's amazing people really believe this stuff.  But this is coming from a group of people who previously, just believed everything they saw on TV.  Now that they are 'surprised' Trump was elected, they are searching the net for answers, looking at sites they didn't look before (like Drudge, Zero Hedge, and many others).  They still doubt anything they see 'online' because clearly, TV is the only real authority for information, not 'the internets'.  

Facebook was their first attempt to seize control of the internet as a new social control mechanism, but that is largely failing.  Facebook does control a certain marginal percentage of the population but those with above room temperature IQ are not so susceptible for such easy manipulation.  So post-election they're going into overdrive.  Fortunately, part of the dichotomy we witnessed during the election was also in parallel with the 'digital divide' with those more 'technically savvy' people being pro-Trump (although this is a reality the perception in the MSM is the opposite, as Silicon Valley backed Clinton, this was only the billionaire class and liberals, women, minorities, and others - the majority of tech savvy computer users backed Trump).  This means that the 'establishment' that Trump defeated, they're not too technically savvy.  Sure, they can hire the best and the brightest with their money, but this too was a huge failure, as Clinton hired some unprofessional goons who allowed themselves to be taped in real time speaking about corruption and illegal activities for all to see.  So childish.  They can't even decide who is a good subcontractor!  Fortunately, globalintelhub.com wasn't listed on their list, but zerohedge.com is - and we are a major contributor.  Actually, ZeroHedge is the best 'real news' source of market info, maybe only in the same class as bloomberg (which is, a 'real news' agency although biased by a billionaire liberal owner).  

In the recent vote about Russian Propaganda, only a small few in the house voted against it.

On November 30, one week after the Washington Post launched its witch hunt against "Russian propaganda fake news", with 390 votes for, the House quietly passed "H.R. 6393, Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2017", sponsored by California Republican Devin Nunes (whose third largest donor in 2016 is Google parent Alphabet, Inc), a bill which deals with a number of intelligence-related issues, including Russian propaganda, or what the government calls propaganda, and hints at a potential crackdown on "offenders."

A quick skim of the bill reveals "Title V—Matters relating to foreign countries",  whose Section 501 calls for the government to "counter active measures by Russia to exert covert influence … carried out in  coordination with, or at the behest of, political leaders or the security services of the Russian Federation and the role of the Russian Federation has been hidden or not acknowledged publicly.”

The section lists the following definitions of media manipulation:


  • Establishment or funding of a front group.
  • Covert broadcasting.
  • Media manipulation.
  • Disinformation and forgeries.
  • Funding agents of influence.
  • Incitement and offensive counterintelligence.
  • Assassinations.
  • Terrorist acts.

 

As ActivistPost correctly notes, it is easy to see how this law, if passed by the Senate and signed by the president, could be used to target, threaten, or eliminate so-called “fake news” websites, a list which has been used to arbitrarily define any website, or blog, that does not share the mainstream media's proclivity to serve as the Public Relations arm of a given administration.

Curiously, the bill which was passed on November 30, was introduced on November 22, two days before the Washington Post published its Nov. 24 article citing "experts" who claim Russian propaganda helped Donald Trump get elected.

Anyone who is aware of how the world works (if you aren't, you can read a list of books here to see how the world really works, or checkout Splitting Pennies) should be extremely ALARMED by this!  Everyone has probably heard of the term 'wire fraud' -this was a catch all crime used by the FBI for more than 50 years to ensnare virtually anyone they wanted to convict for any crime.  Wire fraud is "financial fraud involving the use of telecommunications or information technology."

Which is a pretty broad, general definition.  So many criminals who they couldn't find evidence for their crimes, they would charge them with 'wire fraud' which was the bureaus goto law created for the purpose of convicting criminals without the need of 'smoking gun' evidence which was in many cases, like the JFK investigation, IMPOSSIBLE to find.  

Fortunately, they aren't so powerful - they are unpopular, and seem to be a dying breed.  But we should prepare - we shouldn't hope!  We have to get on the offensive, this is what going viral is all about!

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Lyman54's picture

You don't hear much about pizza gate lately.

Alogon's picture

Fakenews is a covering for pizza so you can put in the fridge and hope no one finds it.

VWAndy's picture

    A public debate seems to be in order?  Thats how we find truths. Its why free speech was the first right stated. 

 You cant really ever prove a negative. But you can and should be able to prove up a possitive.

  The ones claimimg to know should never be given a pass.

  There are the things we can know and things we believe. The difference is the things we know we can prove. All the rest are beliefs.

 The truth can take questions until the cows come home and then some.  The lies not so much.

  When I think back at the number of stories posted on ZH that got trashed its a pretty impressive list. Thats the thing really. Its not the stories posted but how they fly or dont in the comment section.  The krugsters shit pretty much never has really stood up to any good questionning.

  Truth and Love is the way. Faith and force is how we ended up here.

orangegeek's picture

People burn their fingers when toast gets stuck in a toaster - 3M times a day worldwide, therefore it would be better if we never had toasters.

 

FUCK OFF ROCKEFELLERS!!!!!!!!!

LA_Goldbug's picture

That's why for me

X11 = Sept 11, 2001
"Fake News" = "BS News"
Obama = "Son of Lolo"

Don't play their game, counter it :-)

Dr. Bonzo's picture

....and the hack of the Clinton campaign chair John Podesta’s e-mail seems likely to have been the work of Russian intelligence services...

Multiple sources within the US deep state have already said this was an inside job. For someone allegedly "well-informed" you're not particularly well-informed.

PoasterToaster's picture
PoasterToaster (not verified) Dec 5, 2016 10:36 AM

"Fake news" will not replace "conspiracy theory" in scope or effectiveness.  They know their old means of suppressing inquiry and thought is starting to fail and they have no plan going forward.

Good.  Fuck those traitors.

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LowerSlowerDelaware_LSD (not verified) Dec 5, 2016 10:27 AM

Fake News: "Hillary Up by 12% One Week Out From Election. Everybody LOVES Her (So You Should Vote For Her)" - Washington Post.

DuneCreature's picture

While we are on this MSM fake news meme shit you might want to know:

We are all getting a slow nano aluminum lobotomy.

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4CB-GXDcto)

Or not so slow. .... Anyone else noticing that the Chemtrails are getting wider lately?

This IS getting bad! .......... I may have to send in my little green buddies.

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIMy5Q0BXEE)

Live Hard, This Attempted Murder Chemtrail Project Is About To Turn Into Full Blown Genocide, Die Free

~ DC v4.0

DuneCreature's picture

How does that help you if the aluminum enters through your sinuses?

The trick is to catch the aluminum before it gets to the blood brain barrier, correct?

Live Hard, I'm Not And Have No Doctor But I Do Follow Dr. Ms Creature's Advice And Take My Vitamins And Supplements, Die Free

~ DC v4.0

WillyGroper's picture

get "Minerals for the Genetic Code" by Charles Walters.

DocRAM was a pallbearer at his funeral.

best $ ever spent.  we're a battery...how do they work?  chemistry, positive & negative valence.  the minerals work in pairs (valance) to regenerate during sleep.  EMF is severely depleting us of minerals...along with the frankefood.   search cal/mag flux.  Dr. Jack Kruse, neurosurgeon that healed himself after realizing convential med fail.  look at his blog.  warning, getchur ovaltine decoder ring.

Someone here mentioned Kuru is helliary's malady.

There's a tidbit on page 289 re: kuru, Shiro Ishii - Area 731. 

It ain't just nano...mycoplasma (crystalline brucella bacterium) in all of us now, courtesy Dr. Ishii.  He makes mengele look like a piker.

silica/silicon the cement that holds the brain together.  diets high in silica, magnesium, calcium, normally do not have hight aluminum & therefore are excused from the scourge of Alzheimer's.  silica is a natural aluminum deterrent found in all tissues.   page 134.

we used to get it in grains, now not so much.

another good reference. i've chatted w/Dr. M.   he was nailed with a smart meter last week.  his work has also been scrubbed.  you should see how the emf/nano work in conjunction.  http://www.sammilham.com/

in addition to stealing the worlds oldest strains of grain in Iraq & replacing with monSATAN, there was also a battery that ran on lemon juice, bones of giants...on the 33rd parallel.

All Risk No Reward's picture

"Bioavailable."

Get **BIOAVAILABLE** calcium.  Guess what?  It isn't easy to do anymore.

Got raw milk for $16 a gallon?

Can you juice your own carrots?

Pasteurization males calcium boUNavailable. Consume pasteurized milk all day long and your body will just excrete it as it sucks calcium out of your bones to maintain its desired homeostasis.  You are supposed to be blind to this fact, thinking that you are loaded with "calcium."  It just isn't what your body can use - and they don't seem to mention that, do they?

Go to Google Books and search the book "A Terrible Mistake" for the word "enzyme."

You will find that the Debt-Money Monopolist Mega-Corporate Fascist paid scientists were working on enzyme disruption as a key method of attack.

If you don't know that enzymes pretty much run everything in your body, from all hormone and all neurotransmitter production to unzipping, zipping, and repairing your DNA, then you are ripe to be victimized.

Combine this focus on enzyme warfare with the concept of "silent weapons for quiet wars" and you just might have discovered another Art of War tactioc being deployed by the Debt-Money Monopolists against the general population they've already enslaved to inextinguishable debts.

1. Enzymes in the food supply have been destroyed.

2. The building blocks of enzymes in the body have been removed from the food supply or left in the food but made bioUNavailable.

3. Both of the above have been replaced with toxins.

And you know this isn't the case for your masters - the Debt-Money Monopolists who are so entrenched in society their product is likely in your front pocket right now.

Enzymes.  Optimize your body's enzymatic function and your quality of life can only improve - porbably dramatically.

 

WillyGroper's picture

you can juice carrots & drink raw milk till hell freezes over.

both are only as good as the mineral uptake from the soil & feed.

ever heard of sweet bread?  most cows, even grass fed don't have it.

directly proportional to mineral uptake & therein lies the bioavailability.

All Risk No Reward's picture

Hi Willy,

Excellent point.  This Debt-Money Monopolist maze has so many dead ends and only one real solution that has billions of dollars spent annually to keep it occulted from the masses.

WillyGroper's picture

miffed was 1 of 3 that saved my bacon. 

just pass'n it on.

a precious gem she gave me was K.  K1, K2, MK7.

calcium deposits in the soft tissue without it...K gets it in the bones & teeth.

ever wonder why dumbass dr's tell'n wimmins to take calcium w/o K?  agenda...they only know what they've been taught.

eatchur brassicas.

WillyGroper's picture

you can get plenty of enzymes with sprouts.  a full spectrum supp is best as opposed to just protease, amylase, lipase.

your body needs 7 different kinds of calcium depending on average saliva/urine ph under load averaging over a period of at least 1 week to determine which calcium/s you're deficient in.

bioavailabilty is way overused. 

mincol.   dailymfg.com

All Risk No Reward's picture
Minerals act as co-factors for enzyme reactions. Enzymes don’t work without minerals. All cells require enzymes to work & function. They give us our vitality....

Read More at divinehealthfromtheinsideout.com/2012/05/the-role-of-minerals-in-the-body/ © Divine Health Minerals act as co-factors for enzyme reactions. Enzymes don’t work without minerals. All cells require enzymes to work & function. They give us our vitality....

Read More at divinehealthfromtheinsideout.com/2012/05/the-role-of-minerals-in-the-body/ © Divine Health • Minerals act as co-factors for enzyme reactions. Enzymes don’t work without minerals. All cells require enzymes to work & function. They give us our vitality....

Read More at divinehealthfromtheinsideout.com/2012/05/the-role-of-minerals-in-the-body/ © Divine Health

Minerals act as co-factors for enzyme reactions. Enzymes don’t work without minerals. All cells require enzymes to work & function. They give us our vitality....

Good soil is 45% minerals, yet our soils today are quite lacking due to synthetic fertilizers, mono-cropping and more. In the US our soils contain 86% less minerals than they did 100 years ago (based on a study done in 1992)....

The Role of Minerals in the Body...

Read More at divinehealthfromtheinsideout.com/2012/05/the-role-of-minerals-in-the-body/ © Divine Health

The Role of Minerals in the Body...
http://divinehealthfromtheinsideout.com/2012/05/the-role-of-minerals-in-...

Pro-tip - include fireplace ashes in your garden soil.

The Bankster enzyme conspiracy...

WillyGroper's picture

http://www.aglabs.com/soiltesting.html

biz was built on Carey Reams RBTI research.

their products are magical for crops.

conductivity...the transplant formula for plants & seeds works differently for well vs distilled water.

mineral content in the water retards conductive charge.  i could not believe the germination rate when i used distilled on my latest cole crops.

All Risk No Reward's picture

Here's phone booth into the matrix... 

Live to 110 Podcast #90 Most Health Issues Stem from Copper Dysregulation PART 1 with Morley Robbins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ga9QQyxSRK4

Live to 110 Podcast #91 Copper Dysregulation Part 2 with Morley Robbins
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fv1bDqfU7Pg The Science of Mineral Balancing https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nq_KrvwfacA Misled & Misfed - Morley Robbins Reveals The Conspiracy Against Your Health & Wellness! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZzFYWxfVkg

Also investigate Nutrition Balancing by Dr. Lawrence Wilson.  He uses a special hair and symptom anlysis (not even close to simple replacement therapy!) in order to determine the cellular state of stress and oxidation ration.  This then guides the supplementation recommendations.

He is also a big proponent of safe and cost effective detoxification methods.  The mix of reduced cellular vitality and increasing toxic load as we age doesn't usually end well.

You can search for "nutrition balancing testimonials."  I would only consider the people who have actually tried the program, though.  Lots of people have an experience-free opinion, but they don't stack up against actual results.

And no, Big Pharma isn't going to actively MINIMIZE THEIR PROFITS by telling you how to be healthy.  That's not how Big Pharma CEOs clock in $10,000,000 annual compensation packages, people.

THINK!

 

 

 

 

DuneCreature's picture

Hey, Willy and ARNR

Many thanks to both of you. ... I'm chewing through this info now.

I'm glad I back checked this thread one more time. Good stuff.

Live Hard, Catch You All Out In The Future Somewhere, Die Free

~ DC v4.0

techpriest's picture

In chemistry, there are many processes which are more "equilibrium" than "one way." Certain supplements (internal) or sorbents (external) will pull harmful chemicals away from you or away from critical organs. Also, I'm guessing you don't eat much packaged food, which is a good thing since flour in packaged food often has sodium aluminum phosphate added as a decaking agent.

Among other things, I average 2 aspirin or less per year, as I've found most headaches come from modern processed foods, the wrong types of light (the typical American building has too much blue light), and of course, the American work ethic of maintaining unnatural sleep cycles with caffeine. When I do get headaches, drinking a lot of water with a little lemon juice goes a long way.

WillyGroper's picture

RBTI: lemon juice, cationic.  no other food has this action in the bod.

one of the best things you can intake...only lemon juice has it.

http://rbtiworld.com/

Carey Reams, like V.E. Irons were both jailed for their nutritional recommendations.  search'm.

DuneCreature's picture

Thanks both of ya.

I have an emergency, Ill be back and study up.

Live Hard, Time To Disappear, Die Free

~ DC v4.0

Skiprrrdog's picture

Its those damn weaponized Amish...

Fathead Slim's picture
Fathead Slim (not verified) Dec 5, 2016 10:09 AM

This meme illustrates why the pulp fiction newspaper's days are over. Not too long ago, say,30 years ago, there were still independent newspapers with real editors who adhered to a few policies that kept their newspaper's integrity intact. In those days no competent editor would have allowed a story like this one to be published.

Attribution policies required that their writers, particularly in articles which made accusations against people or other news organs, identify by name the people making the accusations. This "group of independent analysts" has been given a name, but the people being quoted are anonymous. WaPo is acting very irresponsibly at best. At worst, they are acting in concert with people who gladly risk fomenting a war in order to forward a political agenda.

Skiprrrdog's picture

Speaking of misinformation and manipulation, where is Jill Slime?

Skiprrrdog's picture

 Even a Rockefeller himself admitted 'it would be better if the internet didn't exist'

'...it would be better if POLITICIANS didn't exist'

 

Fixed it...


A Nanny Moose's picture

Frankenstein playing out, all over again. They created a creature they can no longer control, and do not like it.

ThanksChump's picture

Representatives should be conscripted. If they put up a fight, they get the appointment. The more they resist or the better they argue against an appointment, the higher their post.

 

That's how you get non-psychotic government.

jomama's picture

Even the ones you voted for?

HANGEMHIGHER's picture

It's the Russians I tell ya, the Russians, Russians, Russians, Russians, Russians, Russians.

Only kidding, it's Washington.

847328_3527's picture

"Honey, would you like some Fake News with your cereal this morning? There's a copy of the NYT on the doorstep."

SummerSausage's picture

The "fake news stories" about Trump were 90% negative and came from the DNC via traditional news outlets.  Pravda on the Potomac and Hudson were behind them all.

The NYT should put a disclaimer in all articles that major shareholder Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim make billions from the government Obamaphone contract that was recently expanded to include free phones for illegals.  Look up Tracphone, Lifeline and Carlos Slim.

Skiprrrdog's picture

Freaking Latrinos...we need to build a wall...

PT's picture

I see fake news.  It's everywhere.  It's on the TV.  It's in the newspapers.  It doesn't even know that it is fake!!!

mister0_1's picture

A massive web of information and misinformation coming at you at light speed is next to impossible to decode, let alone share with others before the next blast of BS comes your way.

Sad, but true.

nmewn's picture

Yes it is difficult to decode before the next blast comes along, usually within the hour, often times to cover up something that came that same hour. Usually I just yell SQUIRRELS!!!...lol.

However I like to think we (as a whole) have that ability as humans, the capacity to separate the unimportant BS from the vital & critical. Of course this is all filtered through our own lens, our individual perceptions and biases of the world as we find it around us, based on past knowledge of known-knowns.

So its always nice when something thought to be true comes along that proves to be false, one can pause for a moment, go back and reassess what flowed from that now known falsehood and correct their own trajectory through time & space.

An example I like to use is piracy (as in buccaneers) where people have preconceived notions as to whether they were good or bad, lawful or unlawful. Yes, they stole gold & jewels and murdered & raped but where did that "booty" come from originally and didn't that involve murder & rape in order to acquire it? It is interesting that Sir Francis Drake is thought of as a criminal (a pirate) by the Spanish and yet a great explorer and patriot by the English.

For their own reasons of course, both correct somewhat but neither revealing the entire truth ;-)

Creative_Destruct's picture

"An example I like to use is piracy"....Yep. One person's pirate is another person's hero.

The "truth" and what is "fake" depends on perspective and agenda.

Want a good laugh and contrary indicator? Install the PropOrNot plugin into Chrome and see how many things are supposedly "Putinist Propaganda"... the YYY....YYY's are EVERYWHERE ( I see Putin's... they're EVERYWHERE)

Cynicles's picture

The  US education system has been commandeered for the purpose of producing a never ending generations of dumbed down (useful) idiots brainwashex to "know" what is "right". 

These are the sheeple, to be part of thier eager, yet subservient,   herd.  No opposition, leaves them free to do as they desire; dissenters will be eliminated.