David comment on the story mentioned above, and I’m taking the liberty of offering it as a Post, so that everyone can read it. I’m very grateful that he took the time to shed light here on this deeply disturbing article. Please, take the time to read his words! ~J
Jean, PressCore has been passing out blatant disinformation for years. What they do is to spin stories that turn them back around in favor of the power elite. In this case, the elite created a false flag event to attempt to secure more power and control, and it failed miserably. Now they want to create intrigue that distracts people from what really happened.
Part of how this disinfo works so well is it feeds people who are open-minded about conspiracy theories new stories to chew on. The stories have the “veneer of plausibility.” What they also invariably do is introduce glaring errors into the document that most people who believe it never bother to follow up on. Then it goes viral, and other disinfo agents then point out the easily-revealed errors, showing it’s a hoax. The people who believe in “conspiracy theories” are then further discredited, usually very sarcastically.
I have followed and tracked this for some time. PressCore has repeatedly done this and is not to be trusted in any way. It’s not as frequent as “Sorcha Faal” on whatdoesitmean.com and EUTimes.net — where it is astonishing in either case that these sites have had so much longevity — but it appears to be written by the same people.