Thursday, November 24, 2022

Aaron Carter: The Suspicious Death of a Blatant Industry Slave

 

The death of Aaron Carter at the young age of 34 took everyone by surprise. But it also didn’t. That’s because the last years of his life were characterized by drug use, rehab stints, meltdowns, erratic behavior, and significant problems with his entire family. So, when TMZ reported that Carter was found unresponsive in his bathtub, the word “overdose” was immediately thrown around – as is always the case in these bizarre celebrity deaths.

Although an autopsy was performed on Carter, the cause of death was deferred pending a toxicology report (which could take months). Meanwhile, Carter’s body was cremated so there won’t be any opportunity for a “second opinion”.

One thing is for sure: People close to him ruled out suicide as a cause of death. His manager Taylor Helgeson told Page Six:

“He didn’t seem okay physically … [but] mentally, he was the most excited I’ve seen him in months. He was very intelligent and he was very conscious of what people wanted to see from him”

About Carter possibly committing suicide, Helgeson said:

“We had so much stuff going on and, you know, Aaron was a really prideful guy in his own right, too. That’s not his style.”

So maybe he died of an accidental overdose. After all, Carter did admit to being addicted to “huffing” and authorities stated that pill bottles and compressed air cans were found at the death scene. With these facts in mind, most would say “case closed”. But things aren’t that simple.

While Carter could have died due to an accidental overdose, he also could have been killed. I’m saying this because Aaron Carter literally said that the industry wanted to kill him.

In the following video, which was posted about four years ago, Carter asks his fans to urgently fund him so he can escape to an “undisclosed location”. Here’s the video.

In the video, Carter states that he is a “silent breaker for his brother who is a rapist”. He’s referring to his brother Nick Carter (part of the boyband Backstreet Boys) whom he accused of abusing him his entire life. In the past, Aaron Carter also accused his sister Leslie of abusing him (she died of an overdose in 2012).

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A tweet by Aaron carter.

In the video above, Aaron says that his family is now “after his life” and “setting him up”. He adds that Sony Records owes him millions of dollars and that they’re trying to kill him (Michael Jackson said the exact same things prior to his death). Then, he asks viewers to donate $100,000 so he can move to an undisclosed location where he is safe.

He adds that his realtor won’t sell his house because “they’re all involved in this” and that police are constantly sent to his house. At one point, the cops talked to him about a rope in his garage that could be used for hanging. Were they concerned about him? Or was it a threat?

No matter what the case may be, everything about Aaron Carter’s death reeks of occult elite shadiness.

Symbolic Death

Carter died on November 5th, 2022. Do you recall what happened exactly one year prior, on November 5th, 2021? Astroworld – the highly demonic concert where 10 people died as Travis Scott carried on performing. As explained in my article about Astroworld, the week following Samhein (Halloween) is, in occult circles, the most potent time for blood sacrifices. Every year, high-profile yet unexplained deaths occur during that time.

Other than the symbolic date, there’s the symbolic death scene. Aaron Carter was found in his bathtub. In 2012, Whitney Houston was found dead in her bathtub in equally mysterious circumstances. Like Carter, “drugs” were immediately mentioned to explain Houston’s death – who was becoming increasingly vocal against the industry. Almost exactly three years later, Whitney’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Houston was also found dead in a bathtub. It was a message.

Like Whitney Houston, Aaron Carter was an industry darling … until he wasn’t. And, like Houston, the industry turned on him and his life turned into a chaotic whirlwind of drugs and meltdowns combined with attempts at speaking out and breaking away from the industry. However, exactly like Houston, Carter was surrounded by shady industry people who kept him under control.

Only two days after Carter’s death, his label released his last album ironically titled Blacklisted.

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The album cover features a blatant one-eye sign. The occult elite is clearly telling you that Carter was “blacklisted” and now he’s dead.

The release of this album was not approved by Carter’s management and was described as “obscenely disrespectful” and a “heartless money grab”.

The album cover confirms that his label did not care: Carter was nothing but a slave to them.

Industry Slave

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This picture of a young Aaron Carter is rather symbolic. He’s being “hurt” by his brother and the industry as a whole.

The life and career of Aaron Carter could not be more typical of an industry slave. Surrounded by people who were already in the industry – including his mother with whom he had endless problems – Aaron began performing at age 7. He soon landed acting gigs with Nickelodeon and Disney – two factories of child stars who turn into industry slaves.

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During the height of his career, Carter went out with high-profile child stars such as Lindsay Lohan and Hilary Duff. The elite likes to see its slaves go together.

While his life as a teen heartthrob appeared to be a dream come true, it was later revealed to be a horrific nightmare. As seen above, Carter accused several people of raping him while he was still a child – including his own brother, sister, backup dancers, and an unnamed “older woman” in his family. Sadly, I have a feeling that there were more.

This horrific trauma is exactly the “groundwork” necessary to create a dissociative MK slave. Later in his life, he showed all of the “symptoms” of it. In 2022, things got incredibly blatant.

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In March of 2022, Carter got a massive face tattoo of a butterfly – a symbol representing Monarch programming.

Carter said that he got the tattoo to “honor” his sister who died in 2012 – the same sister he accused of abusing him when he was a child. Therefore, this tattoo actually references the trauma that led him to become an industry Monarch slave.

About a month later, he went into classic MK-slave meltdown mode.

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In April 2022, Carter shaved his head on IG Live.

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Then, he posted a (heavily filtered) picture of him with … butterflies on his face.

This head-shaving incident is highly reminiscent of Britney Spears’ MK meltdown of 2007 where she infamously shaved her hair in front of cameras. Appropriately enough, Carter went on to compare himself to Spears.

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His profile pic: A sad clown with a one-eye sign. Symbolic.

Two days before his death, Carter posted this final tweet.

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His tweet appears to be in response to Kanye exposing his “personal trainer” as an MK handler who threatened of institutionalizing him and drugging him out of his mind.

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Was Aaron Carter trying to connect with Ye because he was caught in a similar situation and was also trying to break free? Whatever the case may be, he was found dead two days later. In his bathtub. Two days later, an album called Blacklisted was released featuring a one-eye sign. What else do you need to know?

In Conclusion

Everything about Aaron Carter was typical of an industry slave. As a child, he tasted the spoils of superstardom while also suffering through the horrific abuse that comes with it. As the years went by, this exploitation inevitably took its toll. The trauma and abuse end up creating a broken adult who acts erratically, sporadically melts down, and is prone to heavy drug usage.

Like many other slaves, Aaron started having moments of clarity after age 30. He attempted to stop using drugs and sought to break away from the industry’s control. In 2022, he went viral for his butterfly face tattoo and head-shaving incident. While he was mercilessly mocked on social media, these events were actually calls for help from an industry slave.

Like so many other slaves, he was found dead at a very young age and drugs were immediately cited as the cause – without any proof. While he could have been huffing cans of compressed air while taking a bath, we probably shouldn’t forget words that Aaron said himself not too long ago:

“They’re trying to kill me off.”

Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

 

The Daily Messenger: Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation:

Thanksgiving, the holiday, has NOT A THING TO DO with Indians, or Euro settlers and genocide. That's all a bunch of bull, as much as any of the propaganda of the 20th century has been.

Lincoln had just been re elected in the midst of a terrible civil war. He was grateful. He fully expected to be kicked out and replaced by his timid former general McClellan. So, he made it a day of thanks.

OF GIVING THANKS FOR OUR BLESSINGS.

All the rest you hear about is total nonsense taught by the hate whitey campaign, sweeping over the world. 

DB

The year that is drawing toward its close has been filled with the blessings of fruitful fields and healthful skies. To these bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget the source from which they come, others have been added, which are of so extraordinary a nature that they cannot fail to penetrate and soften even the heart which is habitually insensible to the ever watchful providence of Almighty God. …

No human counsel hath devised nor hath any mortal hand worked out these great things. They are the gracious gifts of the Most High God, who, while dealing with us in anger for our sins, hath nevertheless remembered mercy. It has seemed to me fit and proper that they should be solemnly, reverently and gratefully acknowledged as with one heart and one voice by the whole American people.

I do therefore invite my fellow citizens in every part of the United States, and also those who are at sea and those who are sojourning in foreign lands, to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November next, as a day of thanksgiving and praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the heavens. And I recommend to them that while offering up the ascriptions justly due to Him for such singular deliverances and blessings, they do also, with humble penitence for our national perverseness and disobedience, commend to His tender care all those who have become widows, orphans, mourners or sufferers in the lamentable civil strife in which we are unavoidably engaged, and fervently implore the interposition of the Almighty Hand to heal the wounds of the nation and to restore it as soon as may be consistent with the divine purposes to the full enjoyment of peace, harmony, tranquility and union.

In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Seal of the United States to be affixed.

Done at the City of Washington, this Third day of October, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three, and of the Independence of the Unites States the Eighty-eighth.

 

Wednesday, November 23, 2022

First Trans Representative in New Hampshire Arrested After Stalking Woman, Violating Restraining Order

 

The first openly transgender person elected to public office in New Hampshire has been jailed on charges related to stalking a victim who had a protective order against him. Stacie Laughton’s arrest comes just days after he was re-elected to the New Hampshire House as a Democrat.

Laughton, born Barry Charles Laughton Jr., was arrested on November 12 after his most recent violation of a stalking order that had been placed against him by an unidentified woman in his community in July. Laughton, 38, had contacted the victim over social media.

According to the Hudson Police Department, this is not the first time Laughton has violated his restraining order. In August, Laughton had similarly attempted to make contact with the victim, and was arrested in September for the violation. He was released from custody shortly after.

There was virtually no media coverage of his September arrest, which likely meant voters were unaware of it ahead of the November 8 elections, during which Laughton ran for re-election as a Libertarian Democrat candidate in Nashua’s 4th Ward.

Laughton placed second out of four candidates, securing him a seat in the House of Representatives. New Hampshire has the largest state House in the country with 400 representatives, and all three top finishers in the race took seats.

In addition to his recent stalking order violations, Laughton is on bail for a 2021 arrest in which he was charged with misusing the Nashua 911 emergency system.

Between May and July 2021, he sent seven texts to Nashua 911, prompting police officers to respond to his address. On each occasion, they determined there was no emergency. At the time, Laughton denied sending the texts and claimed that he was being “spoofed” by an unknown perpetrator.

He also complained that media coverage of the arrest was making him look bad.

Facebook Covid vaccine Fat-Checkers are funded by vaccine companies

 https://www.bitchute.com/video/DqoiOkfTgmlo/

Smart Meters are your own personal surveillance

 https://www.bitchute.com/video/mEffvaM4F6SP/



 

LAST 48 HOURS NEWS AGAIN IN FULL

 LAST 48 HOURS NEWS AGAIN IN FULL:
First up tonight, the WalMart killer. This morning we broke the news that a WalMart manager went postal in a bloody attack on his coworkers. Anyway, before we could get our lefty talking heads on to whine about about gun control it turned out the shooter was black. Since this is a responsible network news channel, this is the last you'll ever hear of this story. Over to you Tom.

Thanks Diane. Next tonight, the guy throwing rocks at a gay bar. When we covered this yesterday we told you the LGBTDisney+ community was under attack, and you should let them rape kids. If you saw the CCTV pictures, though, you'd have thought "he throws like a bender", and you'd be right. Police described that the man in custody as being 'guilty.
Guilty and extremely gay'.

Thanks Tom. And finally, the man who shot up a gay bar in Colorado isn't a MAGA Republican like the whole media told you after all, he's a schizo tranny. And we can't even call him 'he' any more. Again, you'll never hear about this story [beat] ever again. [roll music] Goodnight.

 



Tuesday, November 22, 2022

Killing us all as fast as possible

 https://www.bitchute.com/video/YaWFesuTmGSO/

The ease of deception

 https://www.bitchute.com/video/NhgshA3B5F2t/

Illuminati High Priests...Blood Sacrifice...Rituals...Devil Worship

https://www.bitchute.com/video/ioVxlgVGkd7D/ 

 

Tax filing websites have been sending users’ financial information to Facebook

ajor tax filing services such as H&R Block, TaxAct, and TaxSlayer have been quietly transmitting sensitive financial information to Facebook when Americans file their taxes online, The Markup has learned.

The data, sent through widely used code called the Meta Pixel, includes not only information like names and email addresses but often even more detailed information, including data on users’ income, filing status, refund amounts, and dependents’ college scholarship amounts. 

This article was copublished with The Markup, a nonprofit newsroom that investigates how powerful institutions are using technology to change our society. Sign up for its newsletters here.

The information sent to Facebook can be used by the company to power its advertising algorithms and is gathered regardless of whether the person using the tax filing service has an account on Facebook or other platforms operated by its owner Meta. 

Each year, the Internal Revenue Service processes about 150 million individual returns filed electronically, and some of the most widely used e-filing services employ the pixel, The Markup found. 

When users sign up to file their taxes with the popular service TaxAct, for example, they’re asked to provide personal information to calculate their returns, including how much money they make and their investments. A pixel on TaxAct’s website then sent some of that data to Facebook, including users’ filing status, their adjusted gross income, and the amount of their refund, according to a review by The Markup. Income was rounded to the nearest thousand and refunds to the nearest hundred. The pixel also sent the names of dependents in an obfuscated — but generally reversible — format.

TaxAct, which says it has about 3 million “consumer and professional users” also uses Google’s analytics tool on its website, and The Markup found similar financial data, but not names, being sent to Google through its tool.

TaxAct wasn’t the only tax filing service using the Meta Pixel. Tax preparation giant H&R Block, which also offers an online filing option that attracts millions of customers per year, embedded a pixel on its site that gathered information on filers’ health savings account usage and dependents’ college tuition grants and expenses.

TaxSlayer, another widely used filing service, sent personal information to Facebook as part of the social media company’s “advanced matching” system, which gathers information on web visitors in an attempt to link them to Facebook accounts. The information gathered through the pixel on TaxSlayer’s site included phone numbers, the name of the user filling out the form, and the names of any dependents added to the return. As with TaxAct, specific demographic information about a user was obfuscated but still usable for Facebook to link a user to an existing profile. TaxSlayer has said it completed 10 million federal and state tax returns last year. 

The Markup also found the pixel code on a tax preparation site operated by a financial advice and software company called Ramsey Solutions, which uses a version of TaxSlayer’s service. That pixel gathered even more personal data from a tax return summary page, including information on income and refund amounts. This information was not sent immediately upon visiting the page but only when visitors clicked drop-down headings to see more details of their report. 

Even Intuit, the company that runs America’s dominant online filing software, employed the pixel. Intuit’s TurboTax, however, did not send financial information to Meta but, rather, usernames and the last time a device signed in. The company kept the pixel entirely off pages beyond sign-in.

“We take the privacy of our customers’ data very seriously,” Nicole Coburn, a spokesperson for TaxAct, said in an email. “TaxAct, at all times, endeavors to comply with all IRS regulations.” Angela Davied, a spokesperson for H&R Block, said the company “regularly evaluate[s] our practices as part of our ongoing commitment to privacy, and will review the information.”

Megan McConnell, a spokesperson for Ramsey Solutions, said in an email that the company “implemented the Meta Pixel to deliver a more personalized customer experience.” 

“We did NOT know and were never notified that personal tax information was being collected by Facebook from the Pixel,” the statement said. “As soon as we found out, we immediately informed TaxSlayer to deactivate the Pixel from Ramsey SmartTax.” 

After The Markup contacted TaxSlayer, spokesperson Molly Richardson said in an email that the company had removed the pixel to evaluate its use. “Our customers’ privacy is of utmost importance, and we take concerns about our customers’ information very seriously,” she said, adding that Ramsey Solutions “decided to remove the pixel” as well.

Rick Heineman, a spokesperson for Intuit, said the company’s pixel “does not track, gather, or share information that users enter in TurboTax while filing their taxes,” although Intuit “may share some non-tax-return information, such as username, with marketing partners to deliver a better customer experience,” like not showing Intuit ads on Facebook to people who have accounts already. The company said it’s in compliance with regulations but has modified the pixel to no longer send usernames.

“This is appalling”

Mandi Matlock, a Harvard Law School lecturer focused on tax law, said The Markup’s findings showed taxpayers “providing some of the most sensitive information that they own, and it’s being exploited.”

“This is appalling,” she said. “It truly is.” 

On Monday, after TaxAct was contacted by The Markup for comment, the company’s site no longer sent financial details like income and refund amount to Meta but continued to send the names of dependents. The site also continued to send financial information to Google Analytics. Also as of Monday, TaxSlayer and Ramsey Solutions had removed the pixel from their tax filing sites and TurboTax had stopped sending usernames through the pixel at sign-in. H&R Block’s site was continuing to send information on health savings accounts and college tuition grants.

How the Meta Pixel tracks users

Meta makes the pixel code freely available to anyone who wants it, allowing businesses to embed the code on their sites as they wish. 

Using the code helps both Facebook and the businesses. When a customer comes to a business’s website, the pixel might record which items the customer browsed, say, a T-shirt, for example. The business can then target its ads on Facebook to people who looked at that shirt, allowing the business to find an audience that may already be interested in its products.

Meta wins financially, too. The company says it can use the data it gleans from tools like the pixel to power its algorithms, providing it insight into the habits of users across the internet. 

The strategy has been successful for Facebook. In 2018, the company told Congress that there were more than 2 million pixels across the web — a massive data-harvesting operation most internet users never see. 

“The practice is ubiquitous,” said Jon Callas, director of public interest technology at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, who said he was left in “shock but not surprise” at The Markup’s findings. 

Some of the sensitive data collection analyzed by The Markup appears linked to default behaviors of the Meta Pixel, while some appears to arise from customizations made by the tax filing services, someone acting on their behalf, or other software installed on the site.

For example, Meta Pixel collected health savings account and college expense information from H&R Block’s site because the information appeared in webpage titles and the standard configuration of the Meta Pixel automatically collects the title of a page the user is viewing, along with the web address of the page and other data. It was able to collect income information from Ramsey Solutions because the information appeared in a summary that expanded when clicked. The summary was detected by the pixel as a button, and in its default configuration, the pixel collects text from inside a clicked button. 

The pixels embedded by TaxSlayer and TaxAct used a feature called “automatic advanced matching.” That feature scans forms looking for fields it thinks contain personally identifiable information, like a phone number, first name, last name, or email address, and then sends detected information to Meta. On TaxSlayer’s site, this feature collected phone numbers and the names of filers and their dependents. On TaxAct, it collected the names of dependents.

The data collected by the matching feature is sent in an obfuscated form known as a hash, which Meta states is used in order to “help protect user privacy.” But the company can generally determine the pre-obfuscated version of the data. In fact, Meta explicitly uses the hashed information to link other pixel data to Facebook and Instagram profiles. 

This pixel feature was turned off by default when The Markup set up a test pixel attached to a business account but could be turned on by clicking a toggle during setup.

When TaxAct sent dollar amounts like adjusted gross income to Meta, they were transmitted as parameters to a “custom event,” which are sent only if the pixel is configured beyond the default by a website operator or another application the website operator adds to their site. TaxAct did not respond to questions about whether and why it configured the pixel in this manner.

 https://www.theverge.com/2022/11/22/23471842/facebook-hr-block-taxact-taxslayer-info-sharing

 

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

Jesuit Infiltration into America

Poland, NATO say missile strike wasn’t a Russian attack

 

PRZEWODOW, Poland (AP) — NATO member Poland and the head of the military alliance both said Wednesday that a missile strike in Polish farmland that killed two people appeared to be unintentional and was probably launched by air defenses in neighboring Ukraine. Russia had been bombarding Ukraine at the time in an attack that savaged its power grid.

“Ukraine’s defense was launching their missiles in various directions and it is highly probable that one of these missiles unfortunately fell on Polish territory,” said Polish President Andrzej Duda. “There is nothing, absolutely nothing, to suggest that it was an intentional attack on Poland.”

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, at a meeting of the 30-nation military alliance in Brussels, echoed the preliminary Polish findings. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, however, disputed them and asked for further investigation.

The assessments of Tuesday’s deadly missile landing appeared to dial back the likelihood of the strike triggering another major escalation in the nearly 9-month-old Russian invasion of Ukraine. If Russia had targeted Poland, that could have risked drawing NATO into the conflict.

Still, Stoltenberg and others laid overall but not specific blame on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war.