There is some new information regarding the coronavirus’s psychological operation which has recently availed itself.
While perusing medical journals at the local library, I discovered an entry in the AMA (American Medical Association) Encyclopedia. On page 1051, of the 1989 edition, it clearly states that the symptoms which the MSM has associated with the coronavirus are synonymous with nothing more than the common cold.
Unfortunately, there is no corresponding online link to be found, at either Google books or elsewhere, and all such links to the specific encyclopedic edition, previously cited, have either been scrubbed or flooded out with “official” information designed to directly contradict the published findings of the AMA.
There is also an article from the UK’s Daily Mail, which reports that US health officials, associated with John Hopkins University, prior to the outbreak in Wuhan, China, met to participate in what was described as a “tabletop exercise simulation” (dubbed 201 i.e. Agenda 21), for the purpose of testing and monitoring the responses of governments, in cooperation with multi-national corporations, and the reactions of the general public to a hypothetical pandemic.
Nevertheless, on to the subject-at-hand.
Sometimes, however briefly, the curtain of Post-Modern Reality Simulation is pulled away.
For those of you who may have considered the coverage of the Kobe Bryant event in the last installment to have been all-too-brief, what follows shall more than whet your appetites.
Admittedly, even to those who’ve become familiarized with the strange and occulted concepts discussed here, the following mainstream news story will seem even stranger, perhaps, even bizarre.
The story in question involves Rob Pelinka, the general manager of the “late” NBA legend Kobe Bryant’s former team, the Los Angeles Lakers, and his revelation of what appears to have been a dubious, and even bizarre narrative.
Everyone shall also learn of the stunning results of an investigation into the testimonies of each of the so-called witnesses of the alleged crash of Bryant’s Sikorsky aircraft. The alleged witnesses are two men who claimed to have heard the low hovering vehicle carrying NBA legend Kobe Bryant just before it reportedly crashed.
Regarding the Laker’s general manager, Pelinka is reported to have revealed personal knowledge of a dinner meeting between Laker’s star Kobe Bryant and Hollywood actor Heath Ledger to a captive audience.
Turns out, there’s only one problem with Pelinka’s account: Ledger was alleged to have tragically died, six months prior, from a drug overdose. Continue reading “Laker Legend’s dinner with a Dead Man?”