“If we’ve all been born into a world of mass deception, then this world of illusion has become our reality, it is our normal.”
This post first appeared at Truthshock
Truthshock: the psychological condition induced by a barrage of Truthbombs. Oftentimes accompanied by distress, disbelief, and denial.
TruthShock. I did not appreciate when I created this blog how accurate, how prescient, how appropriate that title was. When I set out to create the blog I wanted to call it ‘The Forest’. Alluding to the well known quote; “One can’t see the forest for the trees”, which is alluding to the fact that when one is in the middle of ‘it’ it is difficult to see the whole, or to even realize there is a greater part. All one can see is the trees in their immediate vicinity, never realizing their reality is but a tiny part of a much greater whole. Thus one cannot see the whole Truth.
When I went to WordPress to create the blog I had no second choice, plan B, or back-up plan. I tried numerous variations of ‘The Forest’ and the quote it came from but they were all taken. I am unsure where ‘TruthShock’ came from. It just popped out. But frankly, it’s a much better title and descriptor than ‘The Forest’. It’s more direct. It’s grabs the attention. And more importantly, it’s true.
Continue reading Truth in an Age of Mass Deception
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There seems to be a great deal of confusion lately about the use of the word ‘hoax’ in regards to the latest traumatic mass casualty events. Events that have been demonstrably proven to be False-Flag actions. In particular the argument is that a Hoax ≠ False-Flag. Or that because real people actually died then it is not a hoax. To address this let’s first start by looking at the definition of ‘hoax’.
to trick or deceive (someone)
to trick into believing or accepting as genuine something false and often preposterous
a plan to deceive a large group of people; a trick:
to deceive, especially by playing a trick on someone
Websters 1828 Dictionary
Noun: Something done for deception or mockery; a trick played off in sport.
Verb transitive: To deceive; to play a trick upon for sport, or without malice. [A colloquial word, but not elegant.]
A hoax is a deliberately fabricated falsehood made to masquerade as truth. It is distinguishable from errors in observation or judgment, or rumors, urban legends, pseudosciences or April Fools’ Day events that are passed along in good faith by believers or as jokes.
Continue reading Hoaxes, Illusions, and False-Flags
Kevin Scott King
“The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organized habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society. Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. We are governed, our minds are molded, our tastes formed, our ideas suggested, largely by men we have never heard of. This is a logical result of the way in which our democratic society is organized. Vast numbers of human beings must cooperate in this manner if they are to live together as a smoothly functioning society.”
Edward Bernays. Propaganda (1928) First two paragraphs of Chapter 1.
I am tempted to begin every future article I create with the above quote. Read it again… slowly. Let it sink in, let it permeate your consciousness. Read it not as a disconnected third party, but read it with the realization that YOU, and everyone you know, are one of the ‘masses’. That we constitute the manipulated, the molded minds, the taste formed, and the ideas suggested. Read it with the understanding that it was not written by some idealistic, isolated academic but from someone who actually DID IT, and then literally wrote the book, the above book, on how to do it. I highly recommend reading the book. It’s a short book, fast read. Here is a free PDF. Here it is for $9.50 at Powells.com*.
*Note: I refuse to do business with Amazon. Powells normally has what I’m looking for. I also recommend for harder to find manuscripts trying Abebooks and Alibris.
Continue reading Engineering Modern Tribal Man
Kevin Scott King
Since Obama has been in office numerous mass shooting events have occurred. Particular ones of note:
- Fort Hood – Fort Hood, TX Round 1 – Nov 2009
- Gabbie Giffords, Tuscon, AZ – Jan, 2011
- Batman Shooting, Aurora, CO – July 2012
- Sandy Hook Shooting, Newtown, CT – Dec 2012
- Navy Yard Shooting, Washington, D.C – Sept 2013
- Fort Hood – Fort Hood, TX Round 2 – Apr 2014
- Charleston Church, Charleston, SC – June 2015
- Umpqua College Shooting, Roseburg, OR – Oct 2015
- San Bernardino Shooting, San Bernardino, CA – Dec 2015
Most have substantial and significant evidence of false-flag events, with the primary goal of pushing the Gun-Control agenda. But so far this has not been working. If anything it is backfiring. Every time one of these events occurs there is a spike in gun sales. So instead of making people afraid of guns, it’s making people afraid not to own one. The gun-control propaganda is not working as intended. I attribute this to several factors.
Continue reading Exposing Obama’s Next BIG False-Flag… Before it Happens
Or how mass media manipulates thoughts and opinions through popular culture
Kevin Scott King
In the spring of 1993 Tim-Berners Lee releases what we know as the World Wide Web… royalty free. For all intents and purposes this is the ‘Internet’ for most people. The introduction of the WWW creates an explosion of data and information sharing across the globe. People of like interests could easily find one another and share data… and they did, at an unprecedented level. This sharing of information is a godsend for any persons whose interest lie in obscure or hard to find subjects. This is particularly important for those who research controversial subjects, like those of a conspiratorial nature. But regardless of what subject, be it obscure or common, this new ability to find and share information easily and quickly, rapidly accelerated research. And hence was a boon for harder to research subjects, especially those in which parties are not keen on the ‘facts’ becoming common knowledge. Such as acts of gross criminality at the governmental and political level; murder, fraud, theft, false-flags… also labeled as ‘conspiracy theory’.
Continue reading The Real Truth of the X-Files…
Kevin Scott King
I started this article thinking I was going to list out the numerous deceptions and real issues that not just threaten residents of the USA, but humanity itself, the very health of the planet. I had written out almost 40 and realized I had many more to go. In fact I had already created categories; Financial, Governmental, Health, Technology, Environmental. The point of this article is not to list the numerous real issues that are a threat to us all. Nor is to create another Top Ten list of things to be AFRAID of!! Michael Snyder has that market covered. It’s real easy to sell fear. It might be the #1 product sold on American TV. And Alt/Truth media is just as guilty of selling fear as the MSM.
However many of these issues are very serious, and we all should be genuinely concerned, there is justification for being afraid. But we must not live our lives in fear. We’ve already lost if we do, and this is why fear is so heavily sold, marketed, pushed, advertised. And yet we must face these issues. Not just face them; we must address them, resist them, overcome them. We each must decide where to focus our energies. So then where do I, you, we focus? What is the most pressing issue of our time? What is the greatest deception? What is the greatest threat to humanity, to life on earth, to the planet itself?
Continue reading The Greatest Lie: How propaganda through mass media spellbounds us all
Kevin Scott King
One method I use to try and ascertain what the truth is from any narrative is what I call the Possible-Probable test. The first question I ask myself; “is what I just heard/read/seen possible?” And at this point my definition of possible is very very broad, in affect I’m willing to stretch to accept that something is possible. I’m trying to keep an open mind, I’m trying to be unbiased and neutral. With an emphasis on ‘trying’. Therefor I am reluctant to use the word impossible, until I am thoroughly convinced it is.
As an extreme example. If you randomly select one person from the world’s population could they run the 100m dash in under 10 seconds? It is possible, but improbable. In fact so improbable, so unlikely, that you could safely answer ‘No’. Now change it to 20 seconds. 30 seconds. The probability changes radically with each 10 second interval. Now let’s take two cases of alleged shooters from Sandy Hook and San Bernardino. Many have claimed that Adam Lanza and Tashfeen Malik were physically incapable (impossible) of carrying out their supposed feats of shooting. I beg to differ. Not impossible. Difficult, hard to move, slow… yes. Improbable? Yes. But realistically possible. If a young malnourished Somali boy can handle an AK-47, I’m confident these two could gear up and handle the weight for the short amount of time they were supposed to have been active. For the record I don’t think either did any shooting. I just disagree with the line of reasoning that it would have been impossible for them to do so. Hence I would not use it when trying to make my case for a false-flag.
Continue reading False-Flag Terror Research: The Coincidence Theorem