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Strangely-Worded News Articles.
#1
I've been noticing this for some time and felt that maybe it's just my contempt of the current lazy Journalism.
But there's been articles that seem to mock the reader or maybe even humour them with the use of a certain
wording exploit.

I'm kicking myself that I never collected the others that put me onto this, but the articles are out there and I will
search for them. They seemed to increased lately where (and I'm just making these two-up)... a guy crashes his
crop-spraying plane somewhere and the pilot is called Pete Fallen or a dog goes missing and its owner's surname
is 'Fleeing'! I know it sounds silly, but the tales are there.

I saw this one via a Tim Pool video and was surprised again that nobody has picked up on the strange facets
of this particular story. I hope other RN members can add to this thread with other accounts where names,
locations and similar anomalies indicate that the story holds an 'odd' slant to it.

Here's the outline of the incident :
Sydney, Australia. A drug-fuelled transgender male attacked customers at a local store with an axe.
The prison sentence was recently increased due to the victims demanding so.
(See here for the full article. The Guardian)

Fine, another crazy does something terrible. But look at the names of those involved.

"...Amati, who had recently transitioned to a woman, attacked Ben Rimmer and Sharon Hacker inside a 7-Eleven at
Enmore in January 2017 and then chased down nearby pedestrian Shane Redwood...'

'Hacker, Redwood' and 'Rimmer' (Merriam-Webster's definition: 'an implement for cutting, trimming, or ornamenting
the rim of something')... isn't this strange? In a different setting, wouldn't this story be found as suspicious?

The nearest I could get to Evie Amati was 'Amati' referred to a family of Italian violin makers, active in Cremona in the
16th and 17th centuries. But going out on a limb, the criminal's full name (without one of the 'e's) is an anagram of
'amative', a word meaning impassioned, fervent or romantic.

Maybe it's just me picking up on something that really isn't there, but I'm sure that among the many threads on our
Rogue Nation site, there are similar accounts where names and locations oddly coincide with the meaning of the
story.

Forgive me for my silliness, but I'll post them if more appear.
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(08-24-2019, 10:26 AM)BIAD Wrote: I've been noticing this for some time and felt that maybe it's just my contempt of the current lazy Journalism.
But there's been articles that seem to mock the reader or maybe even humour them with the use of a certain
wording exploit.

I'm kicking myself that I never collected the others that put me onto this, but the articles are out there and I will
search for them. They seemed to increased lately where (and I'm just making these two-up)... a guy crashes his
crop-spraying plane somewhere and the pilot is called Pete Fallen or a dog goes missing and its owner's surname
is 'Fleeing'! I know it sounds silly, but the tales are there.

I saw this one via a Tim Pool video and was surprised again that nobody has picked up on the strange facets
of this particular story. I hope other RN members can add to this thread with other accounts where names,
locations and similar anomalies indicate that the story holds an 'odd' slant to it.

Here's the outline of the incident :
Sydney, Australia. A drug-fuelled transgender male attacked customers at a local store with an axe.
The prison sentence was recently increased due to the victims demanding so.
(See here for the full article. The Guardian)

Fine, another crazy does something terrible. But look at the names of those involved.

"...Amati, who had recently transitioned to a woman, attacked Ben Rimmer and Sharon Hacker inside a 7-Eleven at
Enmore in January 2017 and then chased down nearby pedestrian Shane Redwood...'

'Hacker, Redwood' and 'Rimmer' (Merriam-Webster's definition: 'an implement for cutting, trimming, or ornamenting
the rim of something')... isn't this strange? In a different setting, wouldn't this story be found as suspicious?

The nearest I could get to Evie Amati was 'Amati' referred to a family of Italian violin makers, active in Cremona in the
16th and 17th centuries. But going out on a limb, the criminal's full name (without one of the 'e's) is an anagram of
'amative', a word meaning impassioned, fervent or romantic.

Maybe it's just me picking up on something that really isn't there, but I'm sure that among the many threads on our
Rogue Nation site, there are similar accounts where names and locations oddly coincide with the meaning of the
story.

Forgive me for my silliness, but I'll post them if more appear.

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#3
You aren't silly. Someone else pointed out odd names like this in a video, but I listen to so many of them it would be hard for me to remember which one.

Yes, I have come across weird names too, but after a slight eyebrow raised, it vanished from my conspiracy mindset as I further went down into the rabbit hole of the article.

Good topic to dig into.  I'll bring any names I come across in the future to this thread, for sure.
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(08-24-2019, 08:08 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: You aren't silly. Someone else pointed out odd names like this in a video, but I listen to so many of them it would be hard for me to remember which one.

Yes, I have come across weird names too, but after a slight eyebrow raised, it vanished from my conspiracy mindset as I further went down into the rabbit hole of the article.

Good topic to dig into.  I'll bring any names I come across in the future to this thread, for sure.

Thank you... it's like the Jeffrey Epstein and the Robert Epstein stuff coming together. Dr. Robert Epstein has been
accusing Google of its bias for years, but only lately as it really surfaced.

But in regards of the odd surname in articles, I do believe there's something to it.
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#5
I was watching a David Attenborough documentary YESTERDAY about Bio-Luminescence in DEEP SEA CREATURES...
The Chief Scientist on the Deep Seas Research Boat they used was called.... (Prof.) Haddock!

I shit you not.

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(08-24-2019, 09:14 PM)gordi Wrote: I was watching a David Attenborough documentary YESTERDAY about Bio-Luminescence in DEEP SEA CREATURES...
The Chief Scientist on the Deep Seas Research Boat they used was called.... (Prof.) Haddock!

I shit you not.

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#7
Ninurta flagged up another one of these anomalies in a Yahoo post provided by Mystic Wanderer in the 'Shout Box'.

'...Five people were taken to Tallahassee Memorial HealthCare for treatment.
Interim Police Chief Steve Outlaw said at a news conference "you can't help but wonder" whether the anniversary
of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks was a factor in the attack, but police found no evidence of any connections...'
LINK:
............................................

Weirdly after posting the above offering, I went to peruse the latest news for today Thursday 10th Sept 2019
and noticed this headline on the BBC website on UK news.

'Rape convictions at lowest level since records began.'

Wondering why this article portrayed in the manner the headline suggests, I clicked onto a ink in the article titled
'Why are rape prosecutions falling?' and discovered another one of these strange names.
It's from April of this year.

'...Police and prosecutors are asking complainants in rape cases to agree to hand their phones over or face the
prospect of prosecutions being dropped - something victims' commissioner Baroness Helen Newlove has said is
"unlikely to do anything to help reverse the fall in prosecutions for rape and sexual violence"...'

Strange!
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#8
After President Trump's Twitter account was deemed a public place for access, the smug
media and gang of four ticked it off as a win. However, its now been decided that U.S. Rep.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez cannot block anyone in her account.

But the Judge's name is the important factor for this thread!


Quote:Ocasio-Cortez Set to Testify in Lawsuit Challenging Blocking of Twitter Follower.

'U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-New York, a federal judge has determined, has agreed to
testify in Brooklyn federal court in a lawsuit brought by a former New York state assemblyman who
was blocked from her @AOC Twitter account.

At an evidentiary hearing Thursday, Senior U.S. District Judge Frederic Block of the Eastern District
of New York said Ocasio-Cortez should testify before the case, which was filed in July, moves forward.
The Daily News reported that Block at the Thursday hearing said “I think she needs to testify here.”

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Block and Blocker.

Ocasio-Cortez’ lawyer Joseph Sandler of Sandler, Reiff, Lamb, Rosenstein & Birkenstock confirmed that
Ocasio-Cortez would testify in the matter, without further action from Block. A date for her testimony had not
been set as of Friday, according to Sandler.

Former New York State Assemblyman Dov Hikind, D-Brooklyn, who runs an organization called Americans
Against Anti-Semitism, sued in July after his verified Twitter account was blocked by Ocasio-Cortez’ verified
Twitter account.

Hikind’s lawyers argue that he was blocked “purely because of his speech in support of Jewish values and Israel,”
making the case a First Amendment question, according to court documents and attorney Jacob Weinstein, who
is representing Hikind.

Ocasio-Cortez, who has said people are only blocked from her Twitter account for harassment, in her answer to
the complaint last month asked for the suit to be dismissed with prejudice...'
Law.com

Somewhere out there in the cosmos, somebody sitting on Thanos' throne must be giggling right now.
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#9
I think this falls under the thread heading!

It's sometimes difficult to understand the creation of a story and why it seems that most of them are outlandish.
We tend to perceive the written word in the terms of being true -to some point, and have a thought-process behind
them that also lends to the credibility of the story.

The general public will tend to read an article and form a conclusion from the headline alone, that self-made deduction
may alter slightly as they continue through the piece and it's found that by the first paragraph, if the storyline differs wildly
from their initial belief, they move onto another piece of news.
Hence, the headline needs to be eye-catching.

Take this one below. A lady struggles with severe asthma and when particular aromas trigger certain allergies, her breathing
can be supposedly severely effected enough that hospital care may be needed.

But this isn't really an interesting story in the larger scheme of things and so it needs something to give it a connection with
the time of year, the way we conduct ourselves around the Christmas period, offering a sense of empathy to someone
dealing with a weakness and a peripheral connection to the latest disease that is effecting the world.

The lady has had a fruitful life and enjoyed athletic hobbies ranging from charity-running marathons, becoming a Scottish
diving champion -which involved overseas travel, and other pastimes that indicates a life that her asthma had little effect
on.

But to make the story unusual or attention-grabbing enough, it needs that certain twist that will make it worthy of being
in a newspaper or on a website dedicated to entertaining and acquiring customers. So the headline must draw the reader
straight in by using all the connections mentioned above.



Quote:Woman allergic to Christmas almost killed by trip to garden centre

'A woman who is so allergic to the smell of Christmas that she almost died after a festive trip to a garden centre sparked
a near-fatal asthma attack has revealed how lockdown has made it easier for her to avoid triggers.

Now 58, Anne Murray, who lives near Lanark, Scotland, has been allergic to traditional Yuletide spices like citrus and cinnamon
–and has had to avoid mince pies which contain orange peel since she was a child.
Even the briefest exposure to them could spark her asthma –a condition which claimed the life of her mum, Mary, as well as her
childhood best friend, who died at just 18.

This time of year, as the nation strings up decorations and feasts on mince pies and mulled wine, can be particularly dangerous
for Anne –one of the few people who welcomes the Tier 3 Covid restrictions her area is living under. Engineer Anne, who lives alone,
says that the measures not only lower the risk of her exposure to Covid-19, but also to the festive fragrances which could kill her...'
(More in the link..)

I found this article on the 'MyLondon' website that I go to in order to look at how many stabbings took place in the English capital.
The composition of the tale intrigued me, especially the information accompanying the photographs, (Collect/PA Real Life).


Pamediagroup
Quote:Who we are
We are a diverse portfolio of specialist media companies spanning news & information,
data, technology, marketing and communications. Our flagship brand, PA Media, is the
national news agency for the UK and Ireland.

We provide customers across the media, sport, corporate, betting and public sectors with
the broadest range of content, products and services to inform and entertain their audiences.


So this is about entertainment, this is about offering you a product that will please, anger or sadden an audience. It isn't about
delivering accurate important information that may impact the lives of who reads the articles, it's about customer-service.

Now... where is my reality? I left it around here somewhere...
(Wanders off away from the internet!)
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#10
Beginning to believe some stories are printed as signals to certain interest groups.  ("When a story about X appears on this website or page Z of a certain publication . . .")  Because some of the stories are just too absurd or banal to justify printing.

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(12-14-2020, 04:10 PM)F2d5thCav Wrote: Beginning to believe some stories are printed as signals to certain interest groups.  ("When a story about X appears on this website or page Z of a certain publication . . .")  Because some of the stories are just too absurd or banal to justify printing.

Cheers

I totally agree with this and one can only wonder who those 'interest groups' actually are!
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(12-14-2020, 11:00 AM)BIAD Wrote:
Quote:...

Anne –one of the few people who welcomes the Tier 3 Covid restrictions her area is living under. 

...

So does Anne also have some condition that prevents her from simply keeping herself at home and allowing Society to continue on at it's normal pace? Some condition that requires society to grind to a halt because she individually simply cannot avoid her own front door?

Inquiring minds want to know... but alas, the article is silent on that salient bit of data.

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“The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people.”

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(12-14-2020, 05:15 PM)Ninurta Wrote: So does Anne also have some condition that prevents her from simply keeping herself at home and allowing Society
to continue on at it's normal pace? Some condition that requires society to grind to a halt because she individually
simply cannot avoid her own front door?

Inquiring minds want to know... but alas, the article is silent on that salient bit of data.

I strongly believe the middle-aged female gave us a subtle clue to why she brought her distress to a marketing
company and why it really needed telling.

'...Engineer Anne, who lives alone, says that the measures not only lower the risk of her exposure to Covid-19,
but also to the festive fragrances which could kill her...'


It's about discovering any allergic-reaction to the Mistletoe... mistletoe and -dare I say, a strong muscle-oiled male
to witness any possible sensitivity. Even when it comes to a single woman with the gasps spending Christmas alone,
one may use an anchor as a tool to get one's boat floated!
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(12-14-2020, 05:52 PM)BIAD Wrote:
(12-14-2020, 05:15 PM)Ninurta Wrote: So does Anne also have some condition that prevents her from simply keeping herself at home and allowing Society
to continue on at it's normal pace? Some condition that requires society to grind to a halt because she individually
simply cannot avoid her own front door?

Inquiring minds want to know... but alas, the article is silent on that salient bit of data.

I strongly believe the middle-aged female gave us a subtle clue to why she brought her distress to a marketing
company and why it really needed telling.

'...Engineer Anne, who lives alone, says that the measures not only lower the risk of her exposure to Covid-19,
but also to the festive fragrances which could kill her...'


It's about discovering any allergic-reaction to the Mistletoe... mistletoe and -dare I say, a strong muscle-oiled male
to witness any possible sensitivity. Even when it comes to a single woman with the gasps spending Christmas alone,
one may use an anchor as a tool to get one's boat floated!
tinywhat

Unscented muscle oil, of course...

And I strongly recommend she doesn't eat any more mistletoe - it's VERY bad for the health... but allows us to find out just who the good kissers are, if properly employed!

That reminds me - I really need to find my bronze knife so I can go out and gather some more mistletoe from the oaks... the oak don't really NEED it, now do they? And now that the leaves are down, it's easier to spot!

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“The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people.”

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(12-14-2020, 08:37 PM)Ninurta Wrote: ...That reminds me - I really need to find my bronze knife so I can go out and gather some
more mistletoe from the oaks... the oak don't really NEED it, now do they?
And now that the leaves are down, it's easier to spot!

And that's the excuse you're going with...?
A sharp knife and disappearing into the leaf-less woods on a supposed mission... that's the one
you're going with?

Tomorrow's headline on Ninurta mountain:
Another Countryside Rambler Disappears, Law Enforcement Baffled.
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I've missed a few since this thread was first started, but my Missus spotted this one.



Quote:India: Rescuers try to reach workers trapped in tunnel as relatives push for answers over deadly glacier collapse
By Neville Lazarus
India reporter and producer @nevilleskynews
Sky News:

Neville Lazarus?!
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(02-12-2021, 01:42 PM)BIAD Wrote: I've missed a few since this thread was first started, but my Missus spotted this one.



Quote:India: Rescuers try to reach workers trapped in tunnel as relatives push for answers over deadly glacier collapse
By Neville Lazarus
India reporter and producer @nevilleskynews
Sky News:

Neville Lazarus?!

I saw this story online. They aren't expecting anymore survivors.  What a tragedy.  tinycrying
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(02-12-2021, 05:40 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
(02-12-2021, 01:42 PM)BIAD Wrote: I've missed a few since this thread was first started, but my Missus spotted this one.



Quote:India: Rescuers try to reach workers trapped in tunnel as relatives push for answers over deadly glacier collapse
By Neville Lazarus
India reporter and producer @nevilleskynews
Sky News:

Neville Lazarus?!

I saw this story online. They aren't expecting anymore survivors.  What a tragedy.  tinycrying

I believe that what @BIAD is pointing out is that they are trying to rescue folks from a near-certain death out of a hole, sort of like the raising of Lazarus... being reported by... Lazarus.

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“The nature of psychological compulsion is such that those who act under constraint remain under the impression that they are acting on their own initiative. The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. That he is not free is apparent only to other people.”

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(02-12-2021, 07:02 PM)Ninurta Wrote:
(02-12-2021, 05:40 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote:
(02-12-2021, 01:42 PM)BIAD Wrote: I've missed a few since this thread was first started, but my Missus spotted this one.



Quote:India: Rescuers try to reach workers trapped in tunnel as relatives push for answers over deadly glacier collapse
By Neville Lazarus
India reporter and producer @nevilleskynews
Sky News:

Neville Lazarus?!

I saw this story online. They aren't expecting anymore survivors.  What a tragedy.  tinycrying

I believe that what @BIAD is pointing out is that they are trying to rescue folks from a near-certain death out of a hole, sort of like the raising of Lazarus... being reported by... Lazarus.

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Yes, Daddy, I know what his point was. My point was that it is a tragic story.  I'll stop speaking off topic.
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(02-12-2021, 08:32 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: ...I'll stop speaking off topic.

You mean...?

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(Now I'm confused!)
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