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]“Death” of “Amy Winehouse” alias “Lady Gaga” was an illuminati joke about the “Death” of “Osama Bin Laden” alias “Hussein Obama II” alias Barry Soeto
Posted: 02 March 2012 09:45 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 12 ]
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She thinks its also cute to cover ONE of her eyes in every picture taken of her - why? Because we all know that is an Illuminati symbol, with a history in pop culture long before GaGa ever showed up.

...except all the pictures used in that video?

Even painting each other’s features on their faces still didn’t make them look like the same person! LOL

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Posted: 02 March 2012 04:01 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 13 ]
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LastProphet - 02 March 2012 09:10 AM

proving there is no gap in either “Gaga”‘s or “Winehouse”‘s teeth and how the gap in the teeth was digitally inserted in the videos.

You do realise that there may just possibly have been more than a couple of people to have seen these celebrities in person, right?  Where digitally altering their appearance is a tad more tricky?

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Posted: 02 March 2012 05:16 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 14 ]
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Accipiter - 02 March 2012 04:01 PM
LastProphet - 02 March 2012 09:10 AM

proving there is no gap in either “Gaga”‘s or “Winehouse”‘s teeth and how the gap in the teeth was digitally inserted in the videos.

You do realise that there may just possibly have been more than a couple of people to have seen these celebrities in person, right?  Where digitally altering their appearance is a tad more tricky?

Oh, but that’s just it.. *nobody* meets those people in real life, because they don’t exist, they’re just things the Illuminati put up on the television for the masses…

 

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Posted: 02 March 2012 06:06 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 15 ]
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LastProphet - 02 March 2012 09:10 AM

But this video that has not yet been removed is more than enough proof by showing how the faces overlap.

Yeah, Photoshop is pretty good like that.

Ear matching never fails, never. It is considered the same or more accurate than fingerprint.

I didn’t see any “ear-matching” in that video.

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Posted: 03 March 2012 04:40 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 16 ]
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Why don´t conspiracy sleuths use their brain grains for something usefull?
They all think they are oh so very smart, but can only come up with BS.

What a waste.
Get a life or get out.*

* And yes I mean that litterally…

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Posted: 03 March 2012 10:12 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 17 ]
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Unfairly Balanced - 03 March 2012 04:40 AM

Why don´t conspiracy sleuths use their brain grains for something usefull?
They all think they are oh so very smart, but can only come up with BS.

What a waste.
Get a life or get out.*

* And yes I mean that litterally…

Fair point! I wonder why such people find these paranoid delusions more attractive and emotionally rewarding than turning that investigative brain power towards traditional journalism.

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Posted: 03 March 2012 10:34 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 18 ]
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Or finding the cure for -insert your favourite disease-
Or work on better crops to feed the world.
Or whatever…

Instead they rather attack those who really try to find solutions.

 

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Posted: 03 March 2012 03:14 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 19 ]
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Well, see the problem is that these people often *cannot* function normally. A lot of them suffer from Apophenia, which basically causes them to think unconnected things are really connected. To the average person, such faulty connections are easily dismissed as absurd, but for sufferers, they look at the ‘links’ between things, and wonder why nobody else sees them, even though it’s clear as day to them. This leads into several behaviors that we have seen from the conspiracy nuts that lurk here.

They often think that people just need to *see* the connection, to have it pointed out to them, and they will understand. “See? It’s a squirrel? And here’s a firetruck! Now do you believe?”

This same set of faulty connections also applies to their verbal skills, resulting in bizarrely-constructed sentences. Words have warped meanings for them. “Don’t doubting because the Illuminati unlearn!”

Of course, after enough people point out that theyr’e the only ones who see the connections, they develop this messianic need to inform everyone. “The Iluminati kill everyone who reveal their secrets, but I am posting to every single message board I can find!”

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Posted: 19 March 2012 12:13 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 20 ]
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“The Iluminati kill everyone who reveal their secrets, but I am posting to every single message board I can find!”

Which strengthens their believe they are on a mission even more, they need to get it out in the open before whoever is chasing them catches up.

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Posted: 20 March 2012 02:08 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 21 ]
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“The Iluminati kill everyone who reveal their secrets, but I am posting to every single message board I can find!”

I have never killed any one of them.

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Posted: 21 March 2012 07:01 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 22 ]
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Unfairly Balanced - 20 March 2012 02:08 PM

“The Iluminati kill everyone who reveal their secrets, but I am posting to every single message board I can find!”

I have never killed any one of them.

hmmm

shut eye

Going back to what Robin brought up…... Having lived with someone with such thought processes for several years, I can attest that they also seem to live in their own little reality bubble.  They truly believe that what they think is happening/has happened to them and in the world is absolutely true.  They can have their actions recorded on video and yet when they say something odd happened (“The town mayor and four of his friends had me over for dinner Tuesday night.”)the will stick to that belief even when shown the evidence that there was NO WAY such a thing could have happened. (They were in a hospital ward 500 miles away that entire week.)

They will merely ‘invent’ reasons why your evidence must be faulty.

The truly scary thing is that these people can be utterly convincing to a newcomer because the newcomer senses that the ill person believes whole-heartedly in what they are saying.  Superficially, they appear to be warm, rational, normal people.  If the newcomer only has a casual contact with the person, it can be some time (if ever) before they start to notice the little signs that something is “not quite right.”  gulp

I won’t go in to how they begin to invent persecutors in order to explain missing evidence of what they are saying… shut eye

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