NYT accidentally publishes Ghislaine Maxwell obituary ahead of schedule
gmkarl at gmail.com
Sat Jul 25 12:00:58 PDT 2020
Zenaan below has bravely quoted a public death threat issued denianly by
the business mafia. These things are very common.
If you could cut through the deniability and make clear argument that it is
a death threat, it would be the job of the local authorities to stop it,
criminally charge the source of it, and protect the target. This rarely
happens as far as I am aware of.
Death threats are used when fear is preferred to actual death.
You could make progress on figuring out where the threat came from by
talking with the people who published the article. Trump and Hillary are
just towing the line, both.
There is proof inside many peoples' electronics. Proof that a marketing
group would contract development of a frightening virus. A virus that
responds to peoples' keystrokes and browsing habits, and changes what
people see on their devices. A virus that alters political behavior en
masse, for profit.
On Wed, Jul 22, 2020, 2:28 PM Zig the N.g <ziggerjoe at yandex.com> wrote:
> New York Times Accidentally Publishes Ghislaine Maxwell Obituary Ahead
> Of Schedule
> [cute pic not attached]
> NEW YORK, NY—Oops! The New York Times accidentally included Ghislaine
> Maxwell in its daily list of New Yorkers killed by COVID-19,
> the socialite's name on its website Tuesday morning.
> The glowing obituary called Maxwell a "generous, loving, austere
> childcare provider" who "will be missed by many of us elites." ...
> In other news, NY governor Cuomo is blazing an old new trail:
> Ceremony Honoring Governor Cuomo's COVID-19 Response To Be Held At
> Now-Vacant Nursing Home
> ALBANY, NY—A ceremony honoring Governor Cuomo's fantastic response
> to the
> coronavirus pandemic will be held at a convenient location: a
> nursing home upstate.
> Cuomo was awarded the United States Award for Disease Response
> by Dr. Anthony Fauci at the recently vacated venue.
> "We just had all this free space opened up," said Cuomo. "This is a
> new space to host all kinds of cool events. They've got a cafeteria,
> of available beds for a little shut-eye, and a room to play Bingo. I
> could get comfortable here."
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