Try this short and fun test to see how dumbed down you might be…
Who knows? You might even be (gasp!) a Sheeple!by H. Michael Sweeney Copyright © 2012, all rights reserved, Permission to duplicate in unaltered entirety with links in tact hereby given but please advise with URL via Comment or contact to proparanoid at century link net.
A Walleroo is a kind of kangaroo.
A Web Walleroo is someone who hops around a lot on the Internet but doesn’t do much besides leave an occasional footprint of their passing through the digital landscape. They hop in and hop out with the briefest of glimpses and seldom stick around to actually absorb messages intended for them. Even when they do, they tend to do nothing useful with the information, being quick to gather visual fluff and short ‘textual or video sound bites,’ but sloth to consider actual substance and knowledge that might challenge their dumbed down state of mind. Got to hop on to the next visual bite!
Why the test? Because I note that while I may post advice to 6,000 ‘friends’ in groups of alleged mutual interests on important topics, less than 5% tend to take note and check out the material offered, and of those (say 300), less than 2% will bother to like, share, repost, rate (page top), or retweet. So I was wondering… is my writing style that bad (mostly get 5 stars when they do rate it) or do I just have nothing useful to say… or am I simply friends to a lot of Web Walleroos.
You can help me answer that by taking the test (or simply tell me you think my messages are just no good). I can deal with rejection very well, thank you. I think…
So take the test: Don’t worry if a given answer seems low or high, as they are used in calculations in unexpected ways. Everyone has some level of interest in ‘fluff’ matters of personal interest and some level of interest in more serious matters. This test attempts to quantify and measure one’s degree of interest in these two areas, and thereby to indicate their standing as either (Web citizen) Netizen or Walleroo.
You also needn’t worry if the answer seems unflattering to your sensibilities, because you can easily change your score by simply becoming more involved with the things that truly matter in life. Remember Aesop’s fable about the Ant and the Grasshopper.
Moreover, like all such tests derived by people too smart for their own britches (that would be me), it is not ‘scientific,’ and assumes much not in true evidence. It may therefore not truly reflect your actual status any more than a Political Poll really reflects who is actually going to win an election.
Straws. We are all grasping for straws. But that’s what makes it fun, isn’t it? To see if we can actually catch a straw and find it the right one? Give it a go…
Test questions (pencil and pad in hand), First section:
If you don’t regularly watch TV at all, skip this section (good for you).
How many times a week to you watch a network news show> Jot the number down, and again a ways to the right of it to make a second column with the same number.
How many times a week to you watch a talking head news/political commentary show? Jot it down, then multiply by 2 and jot that down in the second column.
How many times a week to you watch a reality TV shows? Jot it, then multiply your answer by 3 in the next column.
How many times a week to you watch a celebrity gossip/entertainment/talent show? Jot and multiply by 4.
How many times a week to you watch a sitcom or late night host show? Jot and multiply by 5. Underline these answers and add the columns up and write down the answers.
Now, think hard about the years just prior to Sept. 11 attacks and look at the total number of times for all shows. Ask yourself if you think as you look at each category if you likely watched notably more television then, than today, about the same (+ or – 10%), or notably less?
If less, double the second column total and jot it down just beneath it. If the same, do nothing, we will use the number directly. If less, divide the multiplied number in half and jot that down (approximate whole number is fine).
This is your ‘TV Media Impact‘ Score, which reflects how much of a chance your opinions, attitudes, and ACTIONS are altered by television.
New section: draw a line
How many Web Social Networks do you belong to or blogs, groups or causes do you regularly visit on line? Jot it down
Beneath this, jot down the total number of times you log into or visit them each week in total. You may wish to use margin space to jot down each one and add them up if you can’t do it in your head.
Multiply the two numbers and jot it down in the second column.
What is a typical number of times you like, share, comment, or rate someone else’s post or blog in a week – ONLY those posts which are NOT about personal matters but are actually about causes and topical matters of a more serious nature externally impacting your life, the country, or the World. Jot it down in the second column.
What is the typical number of times you like, share, comment, or rate where the topics are more of personal interests of less serious nature than the above. Put it in the second column and underline for a subtraction.
Subtract the second from the first. If less than zero, use zero.
This is your “Social Media Impact score.”
New Section: draw a line
Now subtract Social Media from TV Media and jot it down as a single, middle column. If less than zero, use a minus sign and keep going. You can probably do the rest of it in your head from here on.
subtract one for each real-world (e.g., Greenpeace, Republican Party, Garden Club, Exercise Club membership) or Web cause to which you belong and made a cash contribution or pay a membership fee, or have to go somewhere to participate.
Subtract one more for each such group to which you have attended at least three meetings in a year, and subtract five more for each instance which required overnight travel.
Subtract five for each attendance at a protest rally or public forum/debate, and five more for overnight travel, and 10 more if you participated as speaker or open dialog with a speaker, and 10 more again if you had an unpleasant confrontation with Police or other participants as result (stern words or worse).
Subtract 25 for each Web site or blog page, Cause, or Group you personally created and manage on the Web which has to do with the serious type of matters.
Circle this last result, which your final score for determining your status: Netizen vs. Web Walleroo. Lower is better as you may by now have guessed…
0-5 You are a concerned and aware citizen.
The closer to zero, the more active and informed you are compared to others on the Web, and the more potent you are as activist both on the Web and in real life (they amplify your power in one with the other). you’ve probably Read at least one book each by Ayn Rand, George Orwell, Adios Huxley, and Hunter S. Thompson. You’ve read the Constitution and Bill of Rights and something by Thomas Jefferson SINCE school days, know at least two Constitutional Amendments for which you can correctly identify their number and purpose, and you know what Posse Comitatus refers to.
Now, if a negative number, you are a subversive radical
Yes, just like me, and as result you are probably being watched by one or more government agencies! Better read my book, The Professional Paranoid: How to Fight Back When Investigated, Surveilled, Stalked or Targeted by Any Individual, Group, or Agency. You tend to be a Truther and think the FED, Congress, the IRS, the UN, the Bilderbergers, the National Debt, and Terrorism are just forms of phony baloney. You have pet conspiracies you follow and probably believe in UFOs and mind control. GOOD FOR YOU! Right on all counts!
The larger the negative number, the more lists you are on with government, and the more likely you are to end up targeted by a Drone for surveillance, liable to actions sanctioned under the NDAA, have a FEMA Camp bed with your name on it, or likely to enjoy targeting with Political Control Technology (e.g., voices in your head, microwave assaults, street theater and gang stalking, etc.) You should use FOIA with all of the initialed Agencies of government to see how many files there are opened on you and what they are willing to tell you is in them. The more redactions you see, the more of a terrorist you are considered to be, and the more sophisticated resources they are throwing at you in order to keep tabs on you. In other words, THEY FEAR YOU! You are being a PATRIOT who questions government!
5-10 You are wishy washy on controversial matters, not terribly concerned that all the bad things out there can have too much impact on your life, but probably enjoy watching it all unfold, a form of entertainment. You join groups but don’t participate and probably don’t contribute. You sometimes shrug your shoulders and may catch yourself saying any of the following. ‘That may be true, but we can’t do anything about it.’ ‘As long as it isn’t me, I’m not sticking my nose where it don’t belong.’ ‘They probably know what’s best.’ ‘If you have nothing to hide, it shouldn’t matter.’ When you do choose to participate, it may be a contrarian remark or criticism, an attempt to change the subject.
10-25. You are a Walleroo! You should become more proactive in your beliefs, and perhaps should be taking a very close look at just what you do believe, and why. Challenge your beliefs to pass hard tests as proposed by those who believe contrary, and the truth may just set you free. This can alter (adjust) your priorities to be more in line with your true needs, which you’ve likely been hiding from yourself. You may even be that Ostrich with its head in the sand as the Lion approaches, hoping that if you can’t see the evil, it will not see you — like the Ravenous Blugblatter Beast of Traal, which is described in the Hitchiker’s Guide to the Universe this way…
The Ravenous Bugblatter Beast is so mind-bogglingly stupid that it thinks that if you can’t see it, it can’t see you. Therefore, the best defense against a Bugblatter Beast is to wrap a towel around your head.
More than 25? You are not only a Walleroo, but a Sheeple! You are probably perfectly content to buy whatever media and government hands you as Gospel, and tend not to care too much about scandals where they are caught lying to you, stealing your tax money, having sex with under age moist cigars, and the like. You are an adamant consumer of products and likely a staunch Republican or Democrat who accepts party line as the only line because that’s what your parents did.
As long as you can continue to enjoy your small World of pleasures you have defined for yourself (like the Grasshopper who preferred to play his fiddle than worry about things to come), you remain content. You have a towel wrapped around your head at all times, and will not even know what hit you when evil finds you. Now, hop off happily to the next bit of fluff, if I haven’t already lost you somewhere around the definitions – because if you are still reading this, I doubt we are talking about you, at all!
If you enjoyed this in any way, shape or form, I KNOW you will enjoy my companion post on calculating how much money the Federal Reserve has cost you personally. Its a bit more complex, but far more interesting and shocking in results.
- Dissent Without Permission: Will Protest Permits & Free Speech Zones Halt Or Hasten Rebellion? (corporategreedchronicles.com)
- Political Parties are Like Entertainment for the Compliant Sheeple (libertarianreview.us)
Between government conspiracy to disinform and lunatic fringe misinformation, how do you know what you NEED to know about Nibiru?by H. Michael Sweeney, copyright © 2011, ProparanoidPress, all rights reserved permissions to reproduce available on request to pppbooks at comcast (net)
Disinformation via Lunatic Fringe vs. Science Fact
Dateline Portland, OR August 4, 2011 Updated Aug. 29, 2012 (updates in red)
In an age where FEAR is a Political Control Technology applied with eager abandon by our own government through the 4th Estate (media), do we really need to have yet another Doomsday theory and all the disinformation, misinformation, and twisted derivatives that usually accompany?
Yes, if it’s true. Otherwise, Heaven forbid, thank you. I’ve had enough just dealing with JFK, much less all that has followed.
But as an investigator I like to think I’ve made significant inroads in major conspiracy fact finding. I pride myself for revealing what others have missed, and for exposing disinformation and misinformation along the way, generally bringing one (hopefully) closer to the truth. And that makes this the perfect time to state what media seems unwilling to admit: a cover up and the use of disinformation is only necessary when there IS a conspiracy. It is, in fact, proof of a conspiracy. So when the officially insane among us who dare to look at, talk about, or investigate a given conspiracy are labeled with the ‘medical term’ for our insanity as ‘conspiracy theorists,’ I have to say I prefer that insanity to instead ignoring the lies and inconsistencies in official accounts and accepting them as truth.
End of soap box speech. But I wanted you to understand, if one seeks to discover lies, the easiest place to start looking with success is government and media statements. When you become a conspiracy theorist and are labeled as mentally ill for your trouble, you’ve likely found exactly what you were looking for; truth. Liars label truthers as a means of discrediting them without having to deal with their contentions. They have to, because they fear the truth when it becomes too visible. And when the labeling tactics come right out of the Iron Curtain political control manual (labeling those who question government as mentally ill), you know the kettle is as black as it can be.
You are only allowed to think what they want you to think, or else your mind is sick. How sick is that?
Planet X, the Conspiracy
Google it if you wish, but if you read everything you can on it you will find as many kooky, half-baked, and downright impossible theories as you will scientifically sound. And yet your determination as to which is which may be less sound, because when it comes to conspiracies, the truth is often closer to the weird than the probable. There are reasons for that, but this is not the time and place to detail. The purpose of this article is to help one weed through the hype and find the most logical path to a credible theory about Planet X. I do think I’ve found that path, with reasonable proof of a conspiracy via cover up, to boot. It (gulp) does portend of Doomsday, to the point that perhaps I won’t put off seeing the movie, 2012, until 2013 after all ~ procrastinator that I am.
The basic elements of all Planet X theory is based in fact, though many of the disinformation sites out there will give you wrong facts, made up facts, or no facts at all, in order to discredit the remaining theories otherwise worthy of your consideration. These are common cover up ploys as seen in my 25 Rules of Disinformation. The basic true facts are these: There is a large astronomical body of some sort out there which is captive to our sun. It has been temporarily named Planet X. No one can precisely tell us what it is, where it is, where it is going, or if it is a threat… or they are unwilling to do so, despite having spent a hundred million dollars or more on custom space craft and programs for the purpose.
What they can tell us (but prefer not, it seems) is that:
- it is big… bigger than the Earth in mass by more than three hundred times.
- It is dark and does not reflect useful light, which is a bit of a problem, of course, if trying to find and define it.
- It is so big it tends to collect other bodies and objects as it travels, and is a bit like its own small solar system as result.
- It is, in fact, possibly a Protostar, a body of dense matter not yet dense enough to ‘ignite’ and become a sun. That could change.
- It is traveling through our solar system in an extremely elliptical orbit about 30 degrees off axis compared to the orbits of the planets.
- It takes about 3,650 years to make its own orbit. There are historical evidences of its passing.
- It is so big that it causes wobbles and other anomalies in planets it comes near (specifically, Pluto, and Uranus, and perhaps EARTH).
- Such proximity can be harmful to the well being and structural integrity of a planet, and in turn, any life on said planet.
- It is on its way toward us as you read, scheduled to visit a sky near you next year, give or take.
- Exactly when, how close, and to what end, is where the theories come in.
- Because the answers are scary, an organized conspiracy to cover up exists.
Finding the Path
I was started on the path by a international client to my security/privacy consulting services. I tend not to get too excited when there is a new conspiracy to consider. I don’t enjoy exercising my insanity all that much, I guess. Rather, if anything, I tend to take a look at it in hopes of proving it invalid, assuming I look at all (Ostrich Syndrome). Disproving is much easier work in the long run, I assure you, where true. You can’t prove a negative hypothesis, but you can prove misinformation, when so. Trouble was, his informational starting points were solid. He gave me a name, and associated facts to get me started.
The start of the path is one John DiNardo
While no astrophysicist, DiNardo has credentials sufficient for me to find him credible on the topic: High School Physics Teacher with a degree in Science Education, and a background in electronics, and an ex-Marine electronics specialist. Someone who who understands critical thinking, logic, and principles of scientific study, someone trained not to jump to conclusions, demand proofs which can be tested, and test them. Moreover, in listening to several of his many radio interviews I found him very careful to provide only acceptable, verifiable resources and to go well out of his way to insure there was no misunderstanding of meaning. Better still, things he said which I thought might be challenged, could not.
That was me demanding proofs, and testing. He was right every time when I checked his points. Kudos, JD.
First waypoint: a USAF satellite and the Pioneer series of deep-space craft
His start takes us next back in time to 1983, and the early 1800s, and even thousands of years earlier. But the key points easiest to grasp and illustrate were in 1983. Two newspaper articles which concretely prove the existence of Planet X and start us on the trail to proof of a conspiracy by means of cover up and disinformation. A New York Times article detailed the launch of a multinational (US, Netherlands, Britain) $80M Infrared Astronomical Satelite specifically to attempt to locate, identify Planet X, and ascertain its trajectory. The article IS worth your brief reading.
It points out that Mount Palomar’s observatory was already tracking the Pioneer shots as they approached Pluto to judge any variation in their trajectories due to the existence of an inbound Planet X, and that the satellite was specifically constructed to find the dark ‘planet’ (compute the approximate mass and location based on gravitational effect). It also points out that Planet X has been thought by astronomers to exist because of orbital anomalies of Pluto and Neptune for roughly 200 years, anomalies only possible if impacted by a strong gravitational pull of something very large an relatively near. The article is remarkably uncensored and ‘open’ in content, detail, and style compared to all that has since followed. Someone rendered Planet X news into a black hole.
The second article was exactly 11 months later, to the day, in The Washington Post. By comparison to the former, it is brief, sans much detail, and contains at least three demonstrable falsehoods from official sources, and clear tones attempting to minimize importance. It is almost an apology for existing. The cover up starts here, it seems. The first article already well defined Planet X and its path and destination, and as being part of the Solar System, and states that scientists are “so sure of the 10th planet, they think there’s nothing left but to name it.” But the official quoted in the second article wants us to think it is another galaxy far away, and not inbound.
“It’s not incoming mail, I want to douse that idea with as much cold water as I can.” “I believe it’s one of these dark, young galaxies that we have never been able to observe before.” That from the man overseeing the launch and operation of the USAF Satellite, Dr. Gerry Neugebauer.
Second Waypoint: mysterious deaths
Remember the first article? The two Doctors quoted extensively in the article who were quite open and forthcoming with information, are dead. Some mystery suitable for our flavor of insane thinking do, unfortunately, exist, though certainly with ample plausible deniability, a key element of any good cover up. Dr. Robert S. Harrington died of Cancer while on a field trip tracking Planet X in 1993, attempting to prove it was inbound. Yes, he had recently been diagnosed with cancer, and was engaged in fighting it. No, it was not advanced to the point where it was debilitating, or near terminal, or he would not have undertaken such a field trip.
Yet while on his field trip in Australia, he ‘died of cancer.’ Well, that’s after at least one report that he died of ‘an accident,’ but I’ve not been able to track down that report as mentioned off-hand in an otherwise non authoritative source. Benefit of the doubt, except that…
The other Doctor in the article, Dr. Thomas C. Van Flandern, also died of Cancer in 2009. Nothing quite so distinctively mysterious in his case, perhaps, except that… one other scientist working on revealing Planet X died of Cancer in 2006. Dr. Giacomo Giampieri was an Italian Astrophysicist who was barely 40 years old. I must tell you that there is nothing in the way of evidence to say these were murders, or imply it directly. Yet, it is, of course, the kind of facts that you start with when investigating for possible conspiracy, just like any good Policeman wanting to insure there was no foul play.
But I’m also compelled to tell you that it is a fact that CIA has been known to employ a specific methodology to induce cancerous tumors in targets. I’ve written of their use of radioactive discs in my various books, as have others. While it is not a very fast way to kill someone, it certainly offers plausible deniability, and tends to take them out of the picture well before they succumb. This, the unlikely eventuality that someone near death from cancer would tramp off to the Outback on a strenuous quest, and the odds that all three scientists should coincidentally die of the same cause in opposition to all actuarial table math… leaves us with a question mark which weighs toward wondering if they are not signs of a cover up/conspiracy in the foulest-of-play form. We do not know, but we are required to consider it.
Third Waypoint: Tactical Distraction; Comet Elenin
Another disinformation tactic commonly used is to distract from one story by creating a ‘bigger’ story. I use ticks because it isn’t always truly bigger, but simply hyped as such. If you can somehow confuse the new story with elements of the old story, you end up with a win win disinfo effort. Now that DiNardo has been getting a lot of radio interview time and the Planet X conspiracy is taking root in the Web, comes forward the Comet, Elenin, just in time to be useful as disinformation fodder. IT IS A COMET. It has no properties of Planet X. Yet the Web is awash with inference and claims that they are one and the same. They even go out of their way to describe it as ‘The Dwarf Star,’ which is a Planet X descriptor, and talk about it having captive ‘moons’.
Moreover, scientific data is being trotted out to equate Elenin with the kind of catastrophic effects (fears thereof) foreseen for any pass by of Planet X near to Earth. Pole shifting earthquakes, weather upheaval, magnetic storms, etc. Elenin is already ‘here’ for all practical purposes, whereas Planet X, is yet distant in space and time. But you can see through this smoke screen with some basic logic. They point out for example that earthquakes are happening and are synchronous with Elinin and thus ‘proof’ it is Planet X. But wait. Look at the WHOLE of earthquakes and you find them happening constantly. So no matter what event you want to relate an earthquake to (e.g., an Obama speech,) you can find multiple correlating earthquakes that day.
I in fact took the first speech by Obama for which I could ascertain the time – a press statement on economic matters for Aug. 2, 2011, 12:15 ET, the very day I’m writing this. As it is now 3:24 PM, Pacific, he has already spoken, and so I undertook a look for quakes. There are already 19 quakes today (and ‘yesterday’ across the International Time Line), posted (more may exist and not yet be posted). All but two are near or greater than 5.0 in magnitude and of the general strength as used as ‘evidence’ in the Elenin trash. One was closer to 4.0, and one closer to 7.0. THREE of the 4.0-5.0 category were actually within an hour of his speech, two before, and one after… which means we should ask President Obama never again to speak, via Eleninian fuzzy logic, which chooses to focus only on those facts which sound like they have a bearing, and ignoring the balance of information which contradicts that assumption. Feel free, if you wish.
But let’s make it simpler: comets have virtually no mass for their size and are barely solid objects, and thus have non of the properties of Planet X. PERIOD.
Meanwhile, NASA, normally prone to flood the Web with pictures of all things astronomical, fails to include ANY images for Elenin in their Elenin library, making it easier for wild claims about accompanying moons and the like a’la Planet X. You can find NASA images of Hale Bopp, a lesser comet but of similar conspiracy theory fame (Heaven’s Gate Cult, another mind control thing variously tied to CIA/DOD), but you can only find amateur images, faked images, and artwork depicting Elenin on line. Why, I wonder, is that? Someone prefer us not to have factual information at hand?
Comets come and pass all the time, often relatively close, and not one of them has been called a dwarf star (rightly so), nor accused of causing massive disruptions on Earth of the sort posed for Planet X. The Web is awash with this nonsense, and it smells like a disinfo campaign by professional cyberwarriors, to me. It fits the same pattern seen time and again with all major conspiracies and cover ups. We are a stupid people to swallow the hook, line, sinker, rod, and reel. Only the disinfo angler gets to walk away unscathed.
Fourth Waypoint: Silence
What the ****?
Scientists for hundreds of years have been wondering about Planet X with solid evidence it exists, some of it thousands of years old. We spend enough money to put 4,000 kids through a year of college on satellite designed to figure it out… and watch two deep-space craft to get more evidence… and the rock gets so close that a scientist is taking his own portable telescope to the Outback to watch it in person… which also means it is so close that it is starting to reflect light… which also means that it MUST be heading in our general direction (incoming mail, after all)… AND NOT ONE NEWSPAPER OR SCIENCE ARTICLE BRINGS THE SUBJECT UP? No. Instead, however, whole groups spring up to ‘debunk’ and discredit the deceased, and whole new (and considerably wilder) theories involving aliens, ancient cults and religions — and poser Planet X comets — pop up to sidetrack the path seeker.
And, Mt. Palomar goes black about course deflections of the deep-space craft well before their guys die off. Meanwhile a bit of official disinformation on said deflection seeks to rewrite physics to account for the deflections, and fails to even describe the location and times of the deflections, because that would show their rewrite was bogus. The scientific paper, The Anomalous Trajectories of the Pioneer Spacecraft, is totally bereft of useful data for review of their findings (very atypical of scientists), and is a joint paper written by people from several government funded entities: Jet Propulsion Laboratories (they monitored the craft), Los Alamos National Laboratory (they worry about physics a lot), and the Aerospace Corporation, a major contractor in the project. Authoritative sources, it would seem.
So why do they come up with three different explanations, one of which requires us to believe both ships sprung a leak in thruster fuel, and one of which rewrites physics? The third tries to blame it on faulty data, about as lame as leaks. What galls me is that this report was then passed along and commented upon in various media resources as if it was an outstanding and thorough job. Excuse me, the thing is hardly 20 short paragraphs! All that, and the fact that they rely heavily on government money, gives me significant pause.
Why? Because THAT, is how a cover up is effected. And all that mess and confusion is why I wrote this article! When scientists, academia, media, and government all clam up and, worse, all start slandering truth and truth sayers… the cover up is in evidence. Throw in some mystery surrounding the deaths, and it starts to form a time-honored pattern in cover ups. When those who remain silent depend (largely) on Federal budgets and grants… or when the nasty ‘national security’ blanket descends on one’s work and findings, it is easy to squelch the truth. When most of Media is controlled by military contractors and a few civilians (e.g., Murdoch, Gates,) it is easy to police the squelch. Thus only free thinking independents like DiNardo dare come forward.
But unless free thinking individuals listen to them, it is to no avail. Only you can answer if that be the case, or not. Are you free thinking, or manipulated?
Path’s final destination: EARTH?
That’s the big question. It’s not IF Planet X is real, or not, it clearly IS real. It’s not if Planet X is inbound, or not, it IS inbound. The question is WILL IT COME CLOSE ENOUGH TO CAUSE HARM, and if so, WHEN, and to what EXTENT? At this point, because the scientific community is not forthcoming, and media is not seeking, and government is pretending to know nothing, I’m tending to stick with listening to Dr. DiNardo.
Their silence speaks volumes about the possibility that the answer is not one we would hope to hear. Fortunately, listening to Dr. DiNardo is easy to do. He points out, that because of these same silences, not even he is able to give a solid answer. He can only estimate. He has. And I for one hope he is wrong. Because if he is right, I’d better check out a copy of 2012 right away, or just plan to watch the main event in real time and save the rental money for… nothing.
I’m not including any Related Articles as I might normally do, as the ones I trust are already linked, above. There are so many questionable Web pages out there on Planet X that I simply don’t want to take any more time trying. I got frustrated trying, because so many of them had bogus facts or errors which made them strawman material. I can’t tell you how many seemed to deliberately get names and other factoids wrong. Forgive me, please.
Added material… not exactly an article, but a video featuring material from a BBC documentary which revealed Nibiru, and which explains what our paranoid government has preferred to cover up in a conspiratorial effort to ‘protect us’ from (something), we must presume. It explains why many people around the World have seen two suns in the sky at sunrise and sunset, and many other phenomenon that otherwise simply made no sense. FASCINATING to watch.