Have you heard of Kabuki?
Kabuki is an art form rich in showmanship. It involves elaborately designed costumes, eye-catching make-up, outlandish masks, and arguably most importantly, the exaggerated actions performed by the actors. The phrases Kabuki theater, kabuki dance, or kabuki play are sometimes used in political discourse to describe an event characterized more by showmanship than by content.
A unique feature of a kabuki performance is that what is on show is often only part of an entire story (usually the best part). Therefore, to enhance the enjoyment derived, it would be good to read a little about the story before attending the show.
Fake War, Real Blood
In today’s walk with Lucy we talk about:
- The murder and mayhem of One-World War… III… Where it comes from, where it’s going and what it means to you,
- Examples of killer propaganda,
- What happened to Covaids?
- A new and improved reason for heart attacks,
And, in a non-shocking-twist: is this the truth behind the crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 that was shot down on 17 July 2014 while flying over eastern Ukraine?
A really good show, don’t miss it! (Says Lucy, not me)
“False flags have been a tool of psychopathic governments for so long because they are very effective as a tool against their citizens. The average person is at an enormous disadvantage when trying to comprehend the idea of attacking one’s self in order to blame it on a political rival to generate the pretext for going to war.”
“Almost all wars are started by false flag events. That is how it is done.”
Extracts from The Controlled Demolition of the American Empire (2020)