And they can take away Lora Hubbel’s Facebook while they’re at it…

You can click on it for Lora’s link. Especially those you who have signed her petition. There may still be time to change your mind.

21 Replies to “And they can take away Lora Hubbel’s Facebook while they’re at it…”

    1. Anonymous

      I’ve often wondered whether LeMut was about to blow the whistle on the pseudoscience at the core of the DIANA project. His “suicide” definitely seemed suspicious.

      Regarding the links between these international government boondoggles and the occult, Lora is far from the first to raise the issue. That opening ceremony for the Gotthard Base Tunnel sparked a global controversy.

      https://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantreport/opening-ceremony-worlds-largest-tunnel-bizarre-occult-ritual/

      1. Pat Powers Post author

        I hate to point it out, but one conspiracy theory website does not a global controversy make.

    1. Anonymous

      After wasting $15 billion on 17 years of construction to stroke their globalist egos, I’d guess they barely gave a thought to wasting $10 million on an hour of satanic rituals.

      They could have just canceled the tunnel and had 1,500 of those ceremonies instead. Then they wouldn’t have had to commemorate the nine workers who lost their lives so people could get from southern Europe to northern Europe 45 minutes faster.

      June 8, 2000: German hit by a boring bar that fell 700 2,300 feet.
      March 12, 2002: South African buried by excavation material.
      April 2, 3003: German hit by a rock.
      September 11, 2003: Austrian crushed by a toppling cable drum.
      January 21, 2005: One Italian and one Swiss hit in a mine train collision.
      November 23, 2006: German crushed by a mine train.
      June 24, 2010: German catapulted from an inspection train.
      July 16, 2012: Italian fell from a scaffold.

        1. Anonymous

          The reported production cost for the ceremonies was 8 million euros, which is the current equivalent of 9.85 million dollars. Seek Google.

          1. Anonymous

            Even when proof is presented, you are still the conspiracy theorist. Since it’s not their truth, it’s not real. What a wild video.

            Many Republicans were called conspiracy theorists when they pointed out the situation with Cambridge Analytica. The hypocrisy is incredible.

            1. Anonymous

              I’ve never understood how “conspiracy theorist” is supposed to be put-down. People conspire all the time.

          2. Anonymous

            It’s not the money, it’s the “satanic ritual” part. You equate “weird” and “stupid” with “satanic pagans ILLUMINATI ZOMG” and it reveals more about you than it does anyone else.

            1. Anonymous

              I haven’t said anything about any illuminati, and this is what standard pagan devil-worship looks like (though usually not on a scale this large).

              1. Ike

                Seen a lot of “pagan devil-worship”, have you? Well versed in Alpine folklore? Modern Dance?

  1. Anne Beal

    That opening ceremony strikes me as something put on to be as awful as possible, as offensive as possible, to see if the assembled guests would actually applaud it.
    And they did.

    1. Ike

      “I don’t understand this culture or their traditions, so I’ll just project my own biases on their celebrations and expression in a vain attempt to make myself feel superior rather than ignorant.”

      1. Anne Beal

        Did you look at it?? It’s absolutely ridiculous.
        My ancestors came from that part of the world and that’s no culture or tradition I am familiar with .

      2. Anonymous

        I understand this culture well enough, so I’ll just project my own biases onto their standard pagan devil-worship in a successful attempt to make myself feel sane rather than loony.

        Some cultures are better than others, and this is the kind of “celebration” the builders of Babel might have held if they’d finished the tower.

        1. Anne Beal

          I understand the culture well enough to have learned that Switzerdeutsch is incomprehensible, and so was this production. Maybe that’s the point: to confuse everybody else.

    2. Pat Powers Post author

      I didn’t understand it either. I think sometimes they get a little arty over in Europe.