hoi.polloi wrote:At this point, none of the news feels right to me. A debate has started in the Egypt event thread which - to me - describes our present conundrum.
It's nigh fruitless to pursue an image. You said it yourself before Simon. 9/11 and 7/7 may have been our latest greatest opportunities to point out the development of the simulation software before it's developed so far that it's reliably used for every single news article in the world besides "local lost puppy", know what I mean?
Although we are definitely aware of being in the age of media fakery, as you say, the power of generating fake images has now exceeded everybody's ability to discredit them - even if a hundred million people were constantly discrediting the images on a minute-by-minute basis. So you see we are already in the stage of media oversaturation and the truth is hidden behind anything that isn't immediately local to your person.
Our hope of convincing others of new evidence of the fakery technology is no longer in finding the most extraordinarily brazen examples of fakery that make us cringe - for it underestimates the state of the technology. (And indeed, we probably missed a great deal of fake people like perhaps Aaron Russo or Peter Joseph or other suspicious entities that may be sims and passed by our radar years ago while we were distracted by the obvious fakes of 9/11 or Columbine or whatever).
On the other hand, our layperson abilities will soon be overshadowed by the satanic deception technology until we are unable to adequately display the difference for people between a real photo and a stream of hundreds of "news event" photos about an event that never actually took place. This seems to be happening right now.
The dilemma is: do we concentrate on an event-by-event effort as we are doing now, while drawing parallels to 9/11 and 7/7 and the Apollo missions in the hopes of getting people to understand how easy it is to trick people about events that never happened, or do we have some other strategy to employ? Perhaps both?
Hoi, I think a good strategy would be to stay alert, especially if, in the near future, images / events depicting UFO's start appearing more frequently in the mainstream media. Because then the revelations by Serge Monast (Blue Beam Project) start to become more plausible. Will the 'space show' be the ultimate point in the journey of fakery? who knows, but I think it best we stay on the ball here or Monast's chilling prophecy may become reality....
"If you cannot see, if you cannot learn, if you cannot understand, then you and your family and friends will succumb to the fires of the crematoria that have been built in every state and every major city on earth, built to deal with you. No one is safe in a totalitarian police state!"
http://educate-yourself.org/cn/projectb ... ul05.shtml