I happened upon Eltotitoful’s Money News YouTube channel earlier this week and was amused see that every single video on this channel was focused on the U.S. Dollar (certainly and guaranteed) crashing on September 27, 2016. Conspiracy clowns have been promoting the economic collapse of the United States for a very long time. I remember reading Peter Schiff’s book “Bankruptcy 1995” in the early 90s and the gnawing dread it induced.
Did those predictions of armageddon happen? Nope.
The authors merely changed the numbers a bit, claimed various hindsight ‘proofs’, then created new prediction dates of the collapse, and predictably republish their books so the conspiracy clowns buy into the nonsense all over again, with a slightly lighter wallet.
Here is what the channel looked like on September 25th, 2016.
A new page has been added that takes a look at what the Bible would look like as a role playing game reference.
What happens to a psychic when they lose their super powers?
How can you tell when it happens?
Self-proclaimed Quantum™ psychic and anti-vaxxer Pam Ragland’s recent post gives some insight.
On June 13th, 2016, Leonard Duguay from Silverado Canyon went missing. The Orange County Register posted the story by June 21st to spread the information to help the search effort.
Pam Ragland shared the sheriff’s department missing person post to her FB followers the next day.
Psychics love missing person stories. They love the media attention and crave giving false comfort to vulnerable people in their most desperate hours.
Pam Ragland is a prime example and she has a very long history of inserting herself into local missing person stories to get herself in front of media outlets.
So what is different in the Leonard Duguay story?
Notice anything suspiciously absent from Ragland’s post?