fam, that's been debunked for over a decade. Tis but a simple carnival trick. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3rhGctGl2Q
I was inquiring about real knowledge, preferably one with practical usage.
"Google’s Jigsaw unit asked our RAND research team to help answer a difficult question:1 How can we better detect the spread of conspiracy theories at scale?"
"Conspiracy theories circulated online via social media contribute to a shift in public discourse away from facts and analysis and can contribute to direct public harm" - The RAND Corporation... LUL
Full interview from 'Planet Lockdown' https://rumble.com/vg4inv-michael-yeadon-full-interview-planet-lockdown.html
The youtuber (the33secrets) is humorous. I wanted to see what folks here thought of him.
https://youtu.be/aiPloeZvBJo?t=885 Check out that bit. How would you diagnose him?
In the comment section, Ross posted --- "We should leave the UN simply because being in it is not in our best interest. The UN is a governing body that, in some cases is supreme to the US government. It is not required to abide by the constitution, and many of its objectives are contrary to the constitution. It is a perfect vehicle for those who want to dominate the world and so far, that is what it has been used for. That is not to mention the well documented corruption and dishonesty."
The newspaper trick has been debunked since 2009
Names of the individuals in the conversation were scrambled/Anagramed.
Gabe Hoffman is mentioned in this convo...
"(Washington, DC) Judicial Watch announced today that it and the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) received 301 pages"
Click on the "301 pages"
With the Altiyan Childs video called "X-Factor Winner Reveals World's Secret Religion" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZ4NTdSK5ac) going viral, I suggest a focused discussion on topics like: Freemasonry, Aleister Crowley, the Occult, and secret societies.