Hi folks, I'm back! The library has been closed for quite some time over Christmas break. Even before then I didn't know quite what to post, because even though a lot has been going on, I don't feel qualified to say much about it. I suspect both the truck attack in Germany and the assassination in Turkey were staged events, but it's getting more and more difficult for me to discern what the motivation behind that would be, and ... frankly I'm tired of dissecting these events to see what's real and what isn't, because ultimately the result is the same. Terror. These events are being used to terrorize people. And if they are being showcased in the mainstream media, the mainstream media has some part in producing that kind of divisive terror in others. All I can say is, "don't fall for it." Divisiveness and fear are the last things we need on this planet, and they are the main tools for the bad guys to seize power.
Regulars who come to my website know that I've been doing a lot of investigation into something called the "Mandela Effect." A film called "Shazaam" starring Sinbad as an incompetent genie is one of the most convincing cases, to me, that this phenomenon involves more than just shoddy memory. What if there were thousands of people who don't even know each other, who are convinced they've seen a movie that doesn't even exist? That's the subject of this fascinating article from the New Statesman: The movie that doesn’t exist and the Redditors who think it does
I vaguely remember that movie myself, but I wouldn't swear to it because I haven't seen it. Anyway, I hope you all had a great Christmas, and if I don't get back to my blog for New Year's, I hope you have a happy and safe weekend! :)
(On an entirely unrelated matter, I just read this compelling article about Pizzagate. If you don't know what that's about [elites and their involvement in child trafficking and abuse], this post is a good place to start.)