The Rise of the Crisis Actor Conspiracy Movement



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Over the past 10 years, a growing online community of conspiracy theorists and hoaxers known as “truthers” has come to question the official narratives behind every mass shooting that is heavily covered by the media. A common thread in these theories is the government’s role in staging the tragedy with the help of mainstream news, in order to manipulate the general population. In this continuously recycled narrative, the death and destruction of the tragic event is faked, and victims and their families are “crisis actors,” who are performing a role in order to elicit sympathy that can then be used to advocate for new gun laws, or anti-terror surveillance that restricts Americans’ freedom. The commitment to these narratives has escalated to the point where victims are frequently harassed, mocked, and even threatened in retaliation for their supposed deception.

We meet some of the proponents of false flag theories, including Side Thorn, a conspiracy theorist in Texas who has been confronting survivors of the Sutherland Springs mass shooting, as well as Tony Mead, administrator of the largest Facebook community dedicated to False Flag narratives, and Wolfgang Halbig, a former school administrator who made a name for himself with the claim that no one died at the Sandy Hook shooting. We also talk to people targeted by hoax theories, like Lenny Pozner whose son Noah was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting, David Hogg, who was accused of being a “crisis actor” for his calls for gun control after the mass shooting at his high school in Parkland, Florida, and Frank Pomeroy, whose daughter was killed in the Sutherland Springs shooting.

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Vietnam – Rise And Rise Of Caodaism



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A growing number of people in Vietnam are turning towards religion
as the country’s economy embraces capitalism and brings huge
social changes. Church and temple attendance have gone up in
recent years, but one religion in particular is becoming very
popular. Caodaism, an indigenous religion influenced by Eastern
and Western religious traditions, is enjoying particular
popularity among the Vietnamese because of its mix of Buddhist,
Taoist and Christian thought.Its rituals incorporate many aspects of the world’s major religions, including Hinduism, Islam and Christianity.
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HANOI, VIETNAM RECENT
exterior of church
“Divine eye” with Vietnamese flag
two young village girls
cu and pull out from “Divine Eye”
exterior and interior of church
pillars
tourists
worshippers
vs icons
start of noon mass
parishioners entering for mass
choir and traditional folk musicians playing
parishioners praying
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The Rise Of The Pauls (Official Music Video) feat. Jake Paul REACTION!!



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The New Life Church At Jacksonville Praise Team-Let It Rise by William Murphy



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The New Life Church At Jacksonville Praise Team. Overseer/Senior Pastor: The Honorable Bishop Dr. Billy W. White, Sr. “You will love this church!” Address: 8247 Ramona Blvd.West, Jacksonville, Florida 32221

“Still I Rise” – Portland Symphonic Girlchoir



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Still I Rise composed by Roseanne Rosephanye Powell sung by the Portland Symphonic Girlchoir with soloists Jenny Miller and Leah Burian. Conducted by Roberta Q. Jackson, piano Rodney Menn, drums Brandy Hutchinson. Performed at Zion Lutheran Church in Portland, Oregon on May 13, 2017.

Rise Up O Men of God arr. Kenneth Jennings



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Sung by the Plymouth Men’s Chorus of First Plymouth Church, Lincoln Nebraska on July 27, 2014. Tom Trenney conducting.
Rise up, O men of God!
Have done with lesser things.
Give heart and mind and soul and strength
To serve the King of kings.

Rise up, O men of God!
The kingdom tarries long.
Bring in the day of brotherhood
And end the night of wrong.

Rise up, O men of God!
The church for you doth wait,
Her strength unequal to her task;
Rise up and make her great!

Lift high the cross of Christ!
Tread where His feet have trod.
As brothers of the Son of Man,
Rise up, O men of God!

Mighty Chariots of Fire – “I Will Rise Again”



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An inspired performance by this most venerable New Orleans gospel troupe from the Jo “Cool” Davis’ Annual Christmas Concert of December, 2007. With Joseph Carter, Jr. & and Joe Midnight – lead vocals; William Walker – guitar & vocals; Joseph Carter Sr., Lester Simms & Clifton Thomas – background vocals; Donald Ray Johnson – lead guitar; Everett Sanders – bass guitar, & Jeff Davis – drums. Video by David Julian Leonard

Mystery Missing Bodies Cheshire Graveyard Rise News Alum Creek Reservoir Columbus Ohio April 10



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Where are the bodies?

Caskets rose from the graveyard. They do it every so often. This event seemed timed with Easter.

The mystery is: where are the bodies? Why would people bury caskets with no bodies?

This is a beautiful old cemetery, but it is generally buried under the water. It is in Cheshire, Ohio, and belonged to the Cheshire Church. The church is gone, but some of the lovely stones remain.

Many news crews, CBS NBC ABC FOX TV, came to watch. Helicopters circled.

At times authorities worry about arsenic in the drinking water and the recreation area.

Later they announced that remains were found in some of the caskets.