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I SAID that I HAVENT been keeping a file, hardly more than making mental notes browsing thread headlines (ever since I wrapped up my It Came From The Internet series).
This isn't my job, I dont even make $15 a year doing this let alone $15,000 per month as many of the anti-Trump persuasion do.
So quit being a chump and actually deal with the contents that I did go to the trouble to dig up for you.
What evidence do you have and what allegations have been proven?
Okay, now you're just being a pest trying to bait me into tooting my own horn so you can then assert I'm all ego.
But yeah never did see you debunk or even weaken any one of the many pieces that went into that. My sig there are the capstone you better get to work if you have a leg to stand on.
You'll dismiss that piece for being on Infowars and think that makes you look good when you cant even tackle the info in it. Oh, and completely dodge the video. LOL
Pathetic. Now go ahead and get the last word with some derail BS as you always do. Your goal of wasting my time I will not fall for as my time actually matters.
originally posted by: tadaman
a reply to: introvert
And you cant contest what has been offered. SO our argument stands. Thats how it works.
originally posted by: IgnoranceIsntBlisss
a reply to: theantediluvian
True or False: Silicon Valley was all in against Trump during the campaigns?
ONDON—Over the past 24 hours, seven people have checked into hospitals here with telltale symptoms. Rashes, vomiting, high temperature, and cramps: the classic signs of smallpox. Once thought wiped out, the disease is back and threatening a pandemic of epic proportions.
The government faces a dilemma: It needs people to stay home, but if the news breaks, mass panic might ensue as people flee the city, carrying the virus with them.
A shadowy media firm steps in to help orchestrate a sophisticated campaign of mass deception. Rather than alert the public to the smallpox threat, the company sets up a high-tech "ops center" to convince the public that an accident at a chemical plant threatens London. As the fictitious toxic cloud approaches the city, TV news outlets are provided graphic visuals charting the path of the invisible toxins. Londoners stay indoors, glued to the telly, convinced that even a short walk into the streets could be fatal.
This scenario may sound like a rejected plot twist from a mediocre Bond flick, but one company is dead set on making this fantasy come to life.
While Londoners fret over fictitious toxins, the government works to contain the smallpox outbreak. The final result, according to SCL's calculations, is that only thousands perish, rather than the 10 million originally projected. Another success.
Of course, the idea of deluding an entire city seems, well, a bit like propaganda.
"If your definition of propaganda is framing communications to do something that's going to save lives, that's fine," says Mark Broughton, SCL's public affairs director. "That's not a word I would use for that."
Then again, it's hard to know exactly what else to call it. (Company literature describes SCL's niche specialties as "psychological warfare," "public diplomacy," and "influence operations.") The smallpox scenario plays out in excruciating detail how reporters would be tapped to receive disinformation, with TV and radio stations dedicated to around-the-clock coverage. Even the eventual disclosure is carefully scripted.
originally posted by: theantediluvian
That's your evidence that Trump is standing in the way of the technocratic "techo immortality agenda?" I'd say that many of them just think Trump is an absurd douche, like a lot of smart people do. And most of these folks don't like chaos either.
originally posted by: Kettu
a reply to: theantediluvian
Ante, that's to complicated for a lot of the Trump followers here...lol
Otherwise I would have to assume that you and others are on the wrong side of stupid.