Elon Musk tends to back my view that the Tham Luang cave rescue was nothing but a hoax, or should I say ‘PR stunt’, that ironically wasn’t in fact from Musk’s point of view, even though he was accused of doing so, but more so for by the Thai government and the rescue teams than anyone else.
Musk’s Tweet seen below ‘…then I challenge this dude to show final rescue video.’
Seems suggest he knows there was more than greeted the public eye via the worlds owned and dominated by the elites MSM and that those behind it are lying about what truly took place down in the Tham Luang cave.
Musk then goes on to say; “You know what, don’t bother showing the video. We will make one of the mini-sub/pod going all the way to Cave 5 no problemo.”
Before going on to say that infamous line; “Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it.”
I for one really hope Elon Musk can and does produce the video he is proclaiming to make – as this serious matter needs to be brought to light. Footage has since surfaced, yet all we see are scores of rescuers perhaps hampering the way out of the two or three guys seen hoarding a stretcher board that were told held one of the trapped boys. Though everyone was walking as Elon Musk suggests.
Why are members of the rescue team (seen right) hiding their identities? Other “rescuers” can be seen coming out of the same place with these guys and with no need for masks or sunglasses. Surely they’d want their mum’s to see their faces, unless of course they had something to hide.
But what is more telling is Musk’s other Tweets as seen above; “Water level was actually very low & still (not flowing) – you could literally have swum to Cave 5 with no gear, which is obv how the kids got in. Huge credit to pump & generator team.”
He clearly reveals that the whole diving deep under water and for miles at that narrative – was total fabrication.
That after parts of the cave that may have been flooded due to flash-flooding, had been pumped empty enough for anyone to have swum ‘with no gear’ (without breathing equipment) and that the whole fiasco was made into a publicity stunt come-false-flag event, – that even to this day it is being bantered about that a movie is to be made and those involved earning mega bucks out of it.
Kind of reminds me of the 2010 Copiapó mining accident, also known then as the “Chilean mining accident”, which I also see as a ‘good-feel factor false-flag (for political reasons striking that region and country) that began on Thursday, 5 August 2010 with a cave-in at the San José copper–gold mine, located in the Atacama Desert 45 kilometers (28 mi) north of the regional capital of Copiapó, in northern Chile.
Not 13, but 33 men were trapped 700 meters (2,300 ft) underground and 5 kilometers (3 mi) from the mine’s entrance via spiraling underground ramps, were rescued after 69 days.
Now this in Thailand, on 23 June 2018, news broke-out that 12 members of the Moo Pa (Wild Boar) soccer team, aged 11–17, and one stupid coach, making 13, were trapped in the Tham Luang Nang Non cave in Thailand; it seemed to have all the hallmarks of a false-flag event and like the one I mentioned below that took place in India, – events that are planned way in advance and to then eventually take place “for real”.
I Google searched for ‘Thai Cave Rescue hoax’ or ‘false-flag event’ etc. and not one iota. I was surprised as I know there’s many other ‘watchers’ of world events who would be thinking along the same lines as me and also searching for information.
Am I the only one to be thinking along these lines?
Are Google, Twitter, Facebook etc. algorithms blocking or shadow-banning such key words as ‘hoax’ or ‘false-flag’ etc. connected to the Thailand rescue?
As why are we not seeing any results questioning the ‘official narrative’ and claiming it to be a hoax like what Elon Musk was perhaps suggesting in some of his Tweets? Even if you type in the title of this blog verbatim "Elon Musk – Was Tham Luang Cave Rescue A Hoax?" - which has since been updated and should easily be found by Goggle's search engines it will not be easily found, if at all.
For it wasn’t until Musk made those Tweets, especially the line about showing their own video, that he triggered my own doubts and sentiments.
For why is it we see no actual film footage of this incredible heroic rescue of 12 young boys and their very incompetent coach being ferried out of the caves?
Since the rescue it has come to light that the parents of these young boys were not even informed their children are going on such a road-trip and off to such caves.
How can this be possible?
Why would any parent let alone twelve families not be told where their children are?
It’s not until news broke about the “rescue” that they too were to learn about their own children’s fate.
More than 1,000 people have been involved in the rescue operation, including teams from China, Myanmar, Laos, Australia, the UK, the United States and even Israel.
These kind of “good-feel-factor” false-flag events are used by “rouge” governments and/or their agencies in times of political turmoil or economic uncertainty & discontent to either make themselves appear caring and good – whilst making others feel guilty complaining about ‘how bleak and difficult their lives really are' and to thank their lucky-stars they’re not one of the poor “13 victims” trapped in that cave!’ – It will also help raise millions of dollars in donations from the worlds gullible public and to guarantee government funding for the continuous need of them, the military and of course it’s “rescue forces” – and why they are ever-present within all of our communities – and more so in places like Thailand.
Below is a fine example of a “good-feel-factor’ story that also captured the worlds media; that took place in Bangladesh in 2013 – this time the fake rescue operation was used in order to take the spotlight of those really behind the tragedy that killed 1200+ people, that mainly women died as a result of the collapse.
And again it was done to make “us” and especially the downtrodden Indian people – to ‘feel lucky to be alive’ and so they’re to stop demanding higher wages and expecting better living conditions.
The world’s media widely reported that a woman (Reshma Begum seen right) had been pulled alive from the ruins of an eight-storey building that collapsed in a suburb of Bangladesh’s capital, Dhaka, - 17 whole days before the alleged rescue to place.
Yet what’s even more remarkable is how is it possible she lay hidden and unheard for all this period of time in the world’s worst building collapse, – the building floors almost pancaked on top of each other; – creating plumes of dust far into the sky, with tons of mountain-like piles of glass, bricks, cement with twisted wire lay strewn all over the place. Yet this young girl not only survived for 17 days and with little or no water at all, her “Purple-robe” dress and attire remained in pristine condition, and all within hours of the bulldozers being sent in to totally flatten the whole area. It was the final day for this "miracle" to happen!
It begs the question; “How is this possible?”
Well it wasn’t!
Soon after this ‘good-feel-factor’ created "miracle" it was revealed to have been a hoax.
Despite this new evidence the “official narrative remains the same”.
It was in another Mirror news article that revealed this hoax – headlined; “Bangladesh clothes factory disaster miracle branded a HOAX by colleague of woman rescued.” The miracle rescue of a worker 17 days after the Bangladesh clothes factory disaster has been branded a HOAX.
Millions of people around the world reacted with great joy as pictures from the fake media MSM showed sewing machinist Reshma Begum being lifted from the rubble in which 1,221 died. But, a Sunday Mirror investigation by Simon Wright 30 Jun 2013 revealed doubts over the “rescue” as Reshma Begums’ Landlady and a male colleague claims she arrived home safely – and got out with him on the day the nine-story building collapsed in April 2013.
The survivor, who says he was working alongside her on the third floor, declared: “We escaped together. We both walked away from the rubble. We spent two days in hospital but then she vanished. The next time I saw her was on TV 17 days later. They said it was a miracle. But it was a fake.”
Reporters there were also told by survivor Reshma’s landlady that she had escaped the collapse on the day it happened and had been treated at the nearby Enam hospital.
People who live on streets around the factory described how they were mysteriously forcibly evacuated from their homes the day before 19-year-old Reshma’s rescue and allowed back the next day with no explanation.
Anti-government campaigners insisted the rescue was staged by the authorities to combat the wave of bad publicity that engulfed the country’s £1billion-a-year garment industry after the Rana Plaza factory collapsed in Dhaka.
At the same time a 24-hour ban was imposed on the filming of the ongoing rescue operation.
Investigative reporter Shishir Abdullah said: “She did not show any signs of having been trapped beneath tons of rubble for 17 days.
“She said she had to claw her way through bricks and debris to reach water in dead victims’ rucksacks, but her hands and fingernails did not show the marks you would expect.
“Also her eyes were wide open when they pulled her out and she did not appear to be sensitive to the bright sunlight. The sari she wore was not ripped or torn and appeared clean.
“People were suspicious but the government made a huge fuss of hailing it as a miracle. People were taken in. Everyone was fooled.”
A week ago, illiterate Reshma was paraded at a government press conference in a new job as an ambassador for a five-star Dhaka hotel, where she is being paid £600-a-month – 10 times the average salary.
She reacted angrily to suggestions of a hoax, saying: “Where I was, you were not there. So you have no idea.” Officials then banned further questions. It has been claimed Reshma was given the job after turning down the offer of a new life in the US.
Fake News is Old News
Many of us who have long known the MSM have always thrived on “Yellow Journalism”, now referred to as “Fake News”, – that when we see certain stories hit the headlines and within minutes the worlds media working in prefect sync and regurgitating the same non-questioning script and narrative, we hold back in believing the headlines – as we can often see through all the smoke and daggers.
Like other fake news stories something is always amiss; take what was meant to have happened on 9/11, not one piece of CCTV footage has ever surfaced identifying the alleged passengers of the alleged “four planes” said to have been hijacked by a bunch of lunatic terrorists from the middle-east on 9/11 and flown into the WTC, Pentagon and a field in Pennsylvania – yet why is there no CCTV footage showing us the “normal” day-to-day running of the airports involved?
The passengers arriving, going through check-in, passport-control, security, eating, drinking, talking on the phone, going to the toilet, shopping etc. – airports are saturated with CCTV though we have been led to believe no footage exists. And begs the question how can you ever prove those “passengers” were ever there at those airports?
Had some kind of other fracas taken place, such as an argument between a passenger and security staff working at the airport, that say ended up in a physical fight and arrest, then you could almost guarantee the CCTV footage would have been used by the police as evidence of what really happened and the media for a sensational story.
Going back to Elon Musk’s Tweets; and where he states; “Sorry pedo guy, you really did ask for it,” – and his other Tweet seen left; “Bet ya a signed dollar it’s true”. Is Musk referring to some information he has gained on British cave expert Vernon Unsworth?
For who in the right mind, especially someone as ‘smart’ as Elon Musk, would dare call someone a paedophile if they had no inkling of evidence or proof? If neither of those reasons then some misinformation or rumours were the source?
Nevertheless, even if Musk’s emotions did run high in replying to the attacking comments made by Unsworth, Musk Tweeted what he did with such conviction that he seem to mean every word he said, as otherwise why offer to make a bet?
There was then outrage to Musk’s Tweets and on the 17 July 2018 he apologised for calling Unsworth, a caver crucial to the rescue of the Thai boys’ soccer team a “pedo,” accepting that the Tweet to his 22.3 million followers was unjustified.
Musk took full responsibility for his badmouthing of Unsworth after noting that he leveled the baseless public allegation of paedophilia in “anger after Mr. Unsworth said several untruths & suggested I engage in a sexual act with the mini-sub.”
Is this truly the reason this great genius of a man did a 360 degree turn and now referring to himself as being a total idiot and liar?
Why the sudden U-turn and attack on himself?
Who got to Musk?
Not really, as this was rumoured as being the case, but as soon as the price in Tesla may have dropped over 3 percent, they soon rose to over 4 percent following his apology.
No, I believe he has been gotten-too in some way or another for highlighting the worldwide epidemic of paedophilia that permeates throughout the world in every worldwide government, its institutions and their societies in general.
Thailand’s a well-known haven for paedophiles who come from all parts of the world to be able to participate in such illegal activities – as even though it is against the law in Thailand it seems to be more openly tolerated.
Yet virtually every single country “elites” are involved in paedophile activities. The vast majority of victims are never reported and charges never made. You only have to look at Jimmy Savile and why no one reported him. And whenever someone may have, it was covered-up by the police. The BBC knew all about what was going on and the industry itself, like that of Hollywood, TV and the music industries, paedophilia has always been rife and still is to this day.
The Church, other religions and similar groups and institutions are riddled with them.
And for those who don’t believe the MSM is full of created fake news stories, in interesting twist Brian Harvey, ex-front singer of the UK 90’s fame band E17, which sold over 22 million records, has recently revealed evidence of ‘fake news’ stories in which he too had been a victim of the Milly Dowler phone-hacking scandal.
He has recently resurfaced after being locked in his home for almost five years and mainly in fear for his life. He has made many videos of himself protesting outside New Scotland Yard and 10 Downing Street, as he feels his case was not dealt with correctly or nor was he compensated the same that others had been by the courts. See the links to hear his full story.
On 21 March 2002, Amanda Jane “Milly” Dowler, was a 13-year-old English schoolgirl, reported missing by her parents after failing to return home from school. Following an extensive search for her, her remains were discovered in Yateley Heath Woods in Yateley, Hampshire, on 18 September.
Dowler’s murder played a significant role in the News of the World phone-hacking scandal. In 2011, media reported that News of the World reporters had accessed Dowler’s voicemail after she was reported missing. The resulting outcry from the British public contributed to the closure of the newspaper and led to a range of investigations and inquiries into phone hacking and media ethics in British media.
In the above video titled ‘Brian Harvey Ian Cutler Documentary rough cut (Episode 1)’ he interviews those involved in some of the fake news stories created by the media. The News of the World was just unfortunate to be exposed as there are many other media outlets doing very much the same and always have done.
The Camera Assassin is a book by Ian Cutler and Eddie Chatmam. "Confessions of a gutter press photojournalist" - where Cutler spills the beans about Rupert Murdoch and the News of the World covering 40+ fake stories that he personally worked on and all with Murdoch’s blessing.
Cutler challenges Rupert Murdoch to sue him if he is lying and for exposing the truth behind the lies he printed in the News of the World and the Sun newspapers.
Cutler also appeared and gave evidence to the Leveson Enquiry in October 2011, author Peter Burden said: “While preparing a second edition to my book (News of the world? Fake Sheikhs & Royal Trappings), I was approached by former News of the World photographer Ian Cutler who provided graphic examples of ‘stunting’ (i.e. faking) pictures and of simply inventing and ‘casting’ stories for the paper in conjunction with other journalists.” – “It was clear that the over-riding requirement for any story printed by the paper was impact, not truth, and this ethos had driven editorial policy for the last few decades at least.”
It wasn’t until January 2012, and after Cutler had given his evidence, that it was reported Surrey Police and other police forces knew soon after Dowler’s death that News of the World staff had accessed her mobile phone messages, but did not take issue with this. Instead a senior Surrey officer invited newspaper staff to a meeting to discuss the case.
So there you have it, more fake news, as in my opinion the Thailand cave rescue was a hoax and now turning into a circus parade.
What’s your take on the matter?