Survival in the archon realm

Unbelievable Truth Part 2

In part 1, I used a BBC article on Pizzagate and fake news to demonstrate a favourite trick which the archon use. To make us believe a lie, they simply surround it in truth.

Before I move on to explaining the unbelievable truth in part 3, I would like to make a few other observations about the BBC article.

Firstly, you will vary rarely see the MSM or any politician accusing other politicians of paedophilia. Because it is so ingrained into the system within all parties, it is not in any of their interests to accuse each other of it. If the truth came out their whole system would come tumbling down.

The archons representatives did not plan for the pizzagate story to break. The reason that it did break was that, grassroot members of the Republican party started researching it. The research went viral online and within the party before the gatekeepers higher up could use the mainstream media to shut the story down.

Secondly, I have found that people are very tribal when it comes to politics. Their party is more important than the truth. A Democrat reading this discussion would dismiss it immediately, whereas if I kept the article the same but switched the parties so that it was about a Republican paedophile ring, he would, likely, have no problem reading it.

This goes even further that I have noticed that when people read an article that they generally disagree with, they will stop reading when they feel that the author gets something wrong. However, if they were reading and article which they generally agree with, even if they notice the author getting something wrong, they will often carry on reading.

With this attitude, I put to you, do you know anyone on this planet who gets everything right? I’m guessing not, so does that mean you should dismiss everything, everyone says as wrong, because no-one is perfect?

Also, to grow as a person, reading only articles which you agree with is pointless, it is the articles which you disagree with which are going to challenge you more and help you grow.

Thirdly, after reading the BBC article back in 2016, I spent about a week researching all the Republicans allegations about pizzagate, I followed each allegation to its source and whilst, after the week, I was pretty sure that there was a lot of truth in the allegations, it is only fair to say that I found no concrete evidence as most of the evidence was either circumstantial or it’s trail led to quotes from “an anonymous source at the F.B.I.” or similar. I also found no concrete evidence that the Republicans allegations were wrong.

It was, however, a very interesting journey, leading to all sorts of dark places such as the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, and in my view, there was definitely enough circumstantial evidence to warrant an investigation into John Podesta, his brother and the Pizza shop owner amongst others. Don’t wait up for an investigation however. If the allegations are true then John Podesta would have had F.B.I. bodyguards with him whilst committing the crimes, so the authorities would have known all about it anyway and chose to do nothing.

Finally, we saw, in the BBC article, how by quoting someone rather than stating facts, news stories are able to put lies out as the truth. You should always be very wary of any article that quotes another publication.

If you read in the Guardian for example “The Sunday Times is reporting that …”, ask yourself the question why are they not stating it as a fact but instead reporting that another paper is saying it? Do they know it to be a lie but they are covering their asses?

I have even seen circular ass covering, where Source A reports “Source B is reporting that {lie}”.

Then when I go to Source B to see how they substantiate the lie,  to find that source B reports “Source C is reporting that {lie}”.

I then follow the chain to source C, it reports that “Source A is reporting that {lie}”

None of the three sources are actually substantiating the lie and you will go around in an infinite loop, from A to B to C and back to A again if you try and find the root of the lie.

It would be very difficult for the press complaints authority to punish any of these three sources for lying as none of them actually are, they are all reporting a true fact that another source has said whatever the lie is.

There are, of course, other reasons for one news source referring to another. Maybe they want to show why they think the article which they are linking to is wrong, maybe it adds credibility to their story, for example a local paper quoting a national news outlet, maybe it is only one part of the argument which they are putting forward and they don’t have space to include all the reasoning for that one point or maybe it’s just a lazy journalist who is following the current trend od quoting other news sources rather than showing the true source of the ‘facts’.

So, now that I have laid the groundwork, we shall continue with part 3, where I will explain one of the archons most important tricks; the unbelievable-truth.

First published on 27th April 2020 with the following introduction:

Unfortunately, we are still stuck in the middle of politics and the press this week (and next).

We are, however, laying the foundations to the archon trick, known as the unbelievable-truth.

Think of it this way, if you are studying maths then you first have to learn the basics of how to add, subtract, divide and multiply before you can move on to the fun stuff such as algebra or integration. What! Am I the only one who loves a good integration?

Most relevant to what is happening in the world today, is the section where I discuss reading articles which you disagree with.

Until next week.

I leave you in love.