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April 27, 2017  

The Conspiracy Guy #22: Further revelations from SHATTERED reveal that the "Russian hacking" meme was contrived by Robbie Mook and John Podesta within 24 hours of Hillary's concession speech and that she wanted the press to report that she lost because of the FBI (James Comey), the KGB (the old name for the Russian Secret Police) and the KKK (Trump's white nationalist supporters) to deflect responsibility from her own inept campaign. There was no "Russian hacking" and the DNC emails reached Julian Assange via Seth Rich and Craig Murray, as has been long known. Google now reports that it will employ new programs to suppress "fake news" and "offensive links", as though Google had privileged access to truth. Most of the stories the mainstream has been reporting over the last six months have turned out to be false but have been endlessly repeated by the mainstream, where the alternative media has been publishing more accurate and complete information. The chemical attack blamed on Syrian President Assad being another case in point, where there is no good reason to believe he did it and every reason to believe he did not. The looming war with North Korea may be motivated--at least, in part--to sink the 7th Fleet, whose sailors and ships are contaminated with radiation from Fukushima. We are living in a false reality of fake reports, where Google and other major search engines are going to do their best to make sure that the truth about major events never reaches the public. 

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