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A video clip calling card showing the range and also results of hyper-realistic fight/ terrorist assaults. Could these exact same impacts and stars be used for hoax occasions or incorrect flags? Clearly the tools are there to be used permanently or wicked … the question is … are these tricks being used in just what several believe are hoax occasions carried out by federal governments to regulate their topics?

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7 Comments on Flat Earth: How to Hoax

  1. Nathaniel Poppingcorn // 8th Aug 2016 at 9:43 pm // Reply

    Had to be something like that in Boston, unless Jeff “Lambshanks” Baumans’
    femoral artery was cauterized nearly instantaneously by the firecracker
    smokebomb.

  2. Divided Thoughts // 8th Aug 2016 at 9:44 pm // Reply

    When i was in the Army we did our Infantry training like that when we had
    the chance. I did it at the mount range before deployment as well.
    Thankfully im out and not dealing with all that nonsense. I enlisted to
    goto war over a lie. And i see it clearly now.

    • Curious Life of a Flat Earther // 8th Aug 2016 at 9:47 pm // Reply

      My brothers served in Navy and Marines…they feel the same way. Thanks for
      the comment

  3. the Truth is stranger than fiction... // 8th Aug 2016 at 10:19 pm // Reply

    “stress inoculation”, translation: Desensitizing soldiers to the fact that
    they are no longer being trained to engage in warfare against other
    military forces, but rather engage “enemy combatants” who look like
    ordinary civilians, in urban environments, and becoming numb to the carnage
    and chaos of doing “patrols” where the identity of the enemy is unclear. In
    short, Storm Trooper training…

    • Curious Life of a Flat Earther // 8th Aug 2016 at 10:21 pm // Reply

      Well said…I was astounded by the term “stress inoculation” as well. Storm
      Trooper is good analogy….well they told us in movies what they are doing
      🙁

  4. Jared Wheeler // 8th Aug 2016 at 10:24 pm // Reply

    Welcome to combat medic training.

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