August 1, 2012 in World
The past two days, I have written about how I use the three different types of news sources, Mainstream Media (MSM), Alternative Media (AM), and News Predictors (NP), to determine where truth resides for a given story. I assume that when these three produce an intersection of information, at least that part of the story is accurate.
Monday, I looked at the theater shooting in Colorado. It is an obvious conspiracy.
Tuesday, I wrote about the potential collapse of the fiat currencies, specifically, the euro and the dollar. This will happen. The only outstanding issue is what will trigger it.
Today, I look at how the three types of sources help us ID the UFO at the Opening Ceremony for the Olympics.
NP pointed to the Opening Ceremonies for months. They reported on the potential of a false flag event, using a dirty bomb that includes a project blue beam holographic image of UFOs attacking.
Therefore, they were among the first to point out the UFO-looking item floating over the fireworks Friday evening.
This was a blatant intersection of information as all three types of news sources reported that a UFO was flying over the fireworks at the opening ceremony.
MSM was careful about how it reported it. No MSM reporter claimed to have seen the UFO. However, the story was too big to ignore, so they had to give it a mention. And, they actually used MSM footage. In this case, it came from England’s daily, The Telegraph.
Those who have followed MSM UFO reports know what comes next.
MSM’s agenda is to deny the existence of life outside of Earth. Any report of something different must be put aside and disproven. Angels aren’t real. ETs don’t exist. Life on Mars isn’t possible. God only exists to create fear. Quantum physics is pseudo-science.
Therefore, when MSM reports a story that contradicts the previous paragraph, that story is the setup. It gives believers evidence for their beliefs with the primary intent of ripping it away from them at some point in the future.
They call their agenda “balanced reporting.”
This happened a few months ago when there was a buzz in AM about the UFO being shipped across the country on a flatbed.
MSM picked up the story. They said it wasn’t a UFO. It was a new drone, manufactured in California, on the way to Patuxent Naval Air Station in Maryland. It was more cost effective to ship it than fly it.
This happened again with the UFO at the Opening Ceremony. Huffington Post, which portrays itself as AM but acts more like MSM, came out with a story containing this headline. “Olympics UFO Was Definitely Our Blimp: Goodyear.”
The story included pictures and quotes that didn’t quite support the headline.
Goodyear U.S. public relations manager Doug Grassian said, “”I can definitely tell you we were up in the air for the entirety of the opening ceremonies. I can’t speak to what else was in the air, but the blimp was certainly up there during the fireworks. Because we’re not a sponsor of the Olympics, we had to take the Goodyear branding off of it. You probably just see blue and yellow with no words on it.”
If you read carefully, you see that Grissian said the blimp was “definitely in the air” and “you probably just see blue and yellow.”
He never said that the image in the video was the Goodyear blimp. In fact, he implies there may have been something else up there.
I understand that for those who believe, no proof is necessary and for those who don’t believe, no proof is possible. Therefore, I’m not attempting to prove or disprove the ship in the video was or was not from Goodyear.
I’m only saying that the intersection of information certainly points to that object in the video as still being unidentified.