Saturday, May 14, 2016

Government May Not Be Transparent...

Looks like John's got a case
of Saturday Night Fever.
...But The Corruption Is

Whilst perusing the internet, have you ever run across a teaser link that promises to show you John Travolta's lover or maybe 3 Surefire Methods for Losing Weight, or something that catches your interest and you follow the link to discover a news story that looks wholly legit and after all, the link was on a CNN or FOX News page, but you ended up reading something like this -- and only figured out later, not only is the news story bogus, but so is the site.

What kind of Twilight Zone phenomena is this? I've been seeing more and more of this lately. Totally bogus stories mixed in with lightweight articles about celebrities and athletes and politicians and pop stars. You might even know what I'm talking about.

There's a scene in The Invasion with Nicole Kidman where she finally realizes her worst nightmare has come true. That's the same expression I have on my face.

So who runs The name is suspiciously close to the well-known conservative religious site, WorldNetDaily, which is often flailed by the Obama press, the global press, the MSM, or whatever you want to call it. New World Order Media owns the copyright for the website, so I'd say it's an in-your-face communist operation. Pure disinfo designed to confuse people about the World Net Daily (WND) organization.

More suspicious disinfo on the About Us page at


World News Daily Report is an American Jewish Zionist newspaper based in Tel Aviv and dedicated on covering biblical archeology news and other mysteries around the Globe.

Our News Team is composed of award winning Christian, Muslim and Jewish journalists, retired Mossad agents and veterans of the Israeli Armed Forces.

We are based in Tel Aviv since 1988 where are published more then 200,000 copies of our Daily Report paper edition everyday.

Thank you for your interest in our newspaper and long live Israel!

At the bottom of the disclaimer on the WNDR site, it says: "WNDR assumes however all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any persons, living, dead, or undead is purely a miracle."

I can't help but wonder who would be
behind such unmitigated evil...
The statement lets them off the hook for any responsibility they may have for intentionally misinforming people. There is no banner on the WNDR site and there is reference to a number of bogus articles at the WNDR site but no attempt at an explanation. That is exactly what I don't like about Typically, they repeat mainstream lies, but this time, there was no such effort.

If you believe who they say they are, you're an idiot. There are linguistic cues and grammar mistakes that indicate an origin other than Israel. No email address, but there is an email form. No phone number, no address, yet I'm seeing this bogus stuff all over the place and it's linked to legitimate sites (Ha! What's legitimate anymore?). It's an epidemic and I'll bet somebody is making half a penny every time one of those bogus link buttons gets clicked. I'll suggest something else too: because of the easy confusion between the names, my guess is our current crop of gangster leaders is running a scam.

You know what? Who's to say all the bogus articles are lies? Maybe some of them are intended leaks. Like, the Smithsonian employee who was arrested for committing a sex act with a 2500 year old mummy. Check it out here.

It could be true, right? He was working late one night, he started feeling a little randy on his break, one thing led to another, and before you know it, he was inserting himself into history.

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