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Monday, April 15, 2019

Crisis Actors Explained & An Ad

The Crisis Actor Fallacy

Many staged events use "crisis actors". For some reason, it's hard for many to accept this as a reality. Even though we've seen crisis actors on a regular and continuing basis, many are still in denial as to their existence. Is there any doubt that Robbie Parker from Sandy Hook is a crisis actor? How about Andy Parker and Chris Hurst from the Roanoke reporter shooting? What about Angel Colon from the Pulse event and all of the doctors from the hospital news conference? I could go on and on. We've even seen many ads advertising to hire crisis actors for upcoming roles. There are also even entire organizations dedicated to supplying crisis actors for their upcoming roles:
Anyway, what I'm getting at is crisis actors do exist. However, they don't exist for the reason many people think they do. Let me explain.
Staged events are fraudulent by their nature. The goals of the events may differ but each event has specific goals it needs to put into the mind of the public. Yes, many of the goals are anti gun. Many other goals are meant to demonize certain groups (ISIS, white nationalists,etc.). Some are set up to cause racial or religious division. You get the picture. The story line of each event is what drives the goals. The story line is sold to the public by the participants in the event. The story line is created by the string pullers but they remain behind the scenes. Here is the problem. When people are involved in mass casualty events or near death experiences, they generally don't want to talk to the media. They are traumatized. The day of the underwear bomber event, I got home and sat on my couch all day crying nonstop. I couldn't speak and definitely didn't want to appear on tv and that was for an event in which nobody died. Surviving victims may or may not take awhile to get over their trauma but the news cycle operates fast. When an event happens, the narrative must be sold immediately and not several days or weeks later when the surviving victims get over their trauma. This is the reason for the need of crisis actors.
When a staged event happens, the narrative must be sold to the public immediately. It needs surviving victims on tv right away telling their unbelievable stories. Hero stories grab the attention of the public. Also, near miss stories like having a bullet graze you or deflecting a bullet with a phone grab attention. Likewise, funny names and sexual deviance grab attention. The goal is to get the public to pay attention so that the public absorbs the narrative being spun for the particular event. This is why we have crisis actors. While crisis actors don't always do a good job and usual show zero emotion, they do the job the actual surviving victims don't. The crisis actors, reading cue cards, further the intended story line. They do so in a calm matter so that the listeners have the goals of the event impressed in their minds. Actual surviving victims would instead tell different stories. The surviving victims would not immediately be arguing to ban ar15's for example. They would not immediately call for metal detectors in schools. Instead, they would tell details of the event, some of which the string pullers want to keep secret. They would also blame the perpetrator and not the weapon. That can't be allowed to happen.
Now that I've explained the role of the crisis actor, here is the mistaken jump in logic that many take. If we have crisis actors at an event then it's a hoax where nobody was injured. While this initially sounds logical, it is not. We have had crisis actors at nearly every recent staged mass casualty event. Yet, many also have real victims. Without a doubt, Orlando Pulse and the Las Vegas concert event had both crisis actors and real victims. We can debate what this means. I see two opposing theories: 1) The events with crisis actors and real victims are drills where something goes wrong due to infiltration, or 2) These events were always planned to be mass casualty events without the knowledge of the crisis actors. However you slice it, the crisis actors were there to sell the narrative. They probably don't even know that real people were killed. Most likely they assume all the "injured" are just other crisis actors doing their jobs. Regardless, I have real disdain for these crisis actors who get paid to lie to the public in order to promote corrupt agendas. Anyway, keep this in mind before you label an event as a hoax because crisis actors are present. These events are psychological operations meant to deceive. You can't jump to any conclusions even if they seem very logical.
Kurt Haskell


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