• light
  • dark
conspiracy realists

conspiracy - "a secret plan by a group to do something unlawful or harmful." reality - "possessing actuality, existence, or essence." theory - "an idea used to explain a course of actions." conspiracies are created daily and by their nature are obscured by denial, half truth, deception and subterfuge. here we explore the details of conspiracy theory, conspiracy reality and all that may exist in between!
group membership permissions:
open (public) group

who can see this group?
(show / hide) more from this group

share using

liking what we do here?

this site is advert free. your donations assist with keeping us online - click below to help us meet our technology costs


Daily Mail Caught Spreading Lies About 'Sargon Of Akkad' - Claiming He Supports Child Abuse!

    ura soul
    Daily Mail Caught Spreading Lies About 'Sargon Of Akkad' - Claiming He Supports Child Abuse!

    I'm not a huge fan of most political figures, of government or of many 'intellectuals' - but I do take notice where fake news is generated which is so obvious that it would be idiotic to not pay attention.. Especially when it is mainstream sources who millions pay attention to and especially when the claims are about serious crimes. That's exactly what appears to have occurred with Sargon of Akkad here, with the Daily Mail's agents literally stitching together quotes, out of context, to make it seem like this man - who is currently a UKIP political candidate, is a child abuser!

    It doesn't really get any more perverse and sick than for a mass media corporation to deliberately and knowingly lie about someone to as many people as possible and literally accuse them of being a child rapist! If no-one picked them up on this then the result could be that he loses his children, could be jailed or could even be killed by the public who think he is a threat to children! In reality, the following video picks apart the fake quote published by the Daily Mail and other details to show that their agents have knowingly and with malice, sought to mislead the world and falsely accuse him of serious crimes!

    I am no legal expert, but I suspect there could be quite serious criminal charges brought against those involved at the Daily Mail here.

    However, I also note that he apparently DID say that he 'Wouldn't even rape' a woman on Twitter in the context of a discussion on rape and then tried to just hand wave it away as being 'just a twitter' chat. Well, his statement needs to be seen in context, but I'm pretty sure he won't be able to find a context that doesn't make him sound like a 15 year old boy pushing childish taunts around online. Maybe one day adults will figure out what balanced maturity really is.


    Wishing you well

    Ura Soul