Loyal readers and regular visitors have by now no doubt recognized, that the MSM, when reporting on the latest government sponsored crisis simulation drill at Squirrel Hill synagogue, attempted to connect the event to other such prominent “live” exercises performed in the recent past.
No doubt too, everyone has noticed the prevalent social and political narratives that were sewn together into a neatly wrapped and smoothly distributed all-purpose propaganda package.
There was one characteristic which differentiated Squirrel Hill from other so-called “live” crisis drills, however.
More than anything, and rather than making even the most vague attempt to solemnly prove a violent shooting had taken place at Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill Synagogue, the MSM’s coverage seemed to resemble a corporate infomercial, advertising the virtues of the continued establishment of the US corporate security state.
And although it was merely implied by the various crisis actors contracted by Homeland Security, this infomercial stressed the need for specific and greater security measures, despite the fact a spokesperson for Homeland Security stated Squirrel Hill had been visited in March of 2018 by agents from her department to perform various “security assessments” and also to instruct the local participants for a scheduled “live” crisis drill simulation.
Meaning folks, Homeland Security is actually telling the public that this recently reported “live” shooting at Squirrel Hill Synagogue, like the alleged Kennedy assassination, was performed and filmed months before and only presented to the public as a current events news story when deemed expediently necessary by the official principals and perpetrators.
Upon perusing CNN’s on-scene coverage of this event, one happened to have noticed that one of the most renowned and award-winning Hollywood actors had been a participant, an actor who the author positively identified as having formerly portrayed the 36th (3 6’s/666) US president.
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