Jan. 23, 2017 FBI Raid on CDC Is Fake ~
Created by "Sorcha Faal" CIA Disinfo Site Run by David Booth
[Editor's Note: I haven't taken the time to look at the web site of 'Sorcha Faal' for maybe 10 years. I had assumed that most people knew by 2006 that it was CIA-connected disinformation and very few people were reading it, but I was wrong. They have a much larger Alexa traffic ranking that I had imagined which tells me lots of naive, gullible, and not-too- bright people continue to read the absurd fantasies posted there with abandon and apparently never stop to notice that NONE of the grave predictions or 'dangerous' and 'crisis' developments supposedly taking us to the brink of extinction with each and every article - "as reported by Sorcha to her Russian Subscribers" - ever come true. I took a look at the Wayback machine and see that David Booth put the site online in 2004. He originally posted a photo of 'Sorcha Faal' as a very pretty brunette 'reporter' of about 28 years old, but converted her - first from living in a convent - into declaring her to be a nun somewhere after 2007, and now refers to "her" as an entire religious order (of unknown affiliation) which is currently led by 'Mother Superior Sister Marie Theresa' the "73rd Sorcha Faal of the Sorcha Faal Order, Elected as Mother Superior 3 February 2007" who is considerably uglier than the woman Booth originally posted as being "Sorcha Faal" I guess the more insane and outlandish the rhetoric is, the greater and wider the readership grows. In the radio interview I did with Don Nicoloff in 2009 debunking Sorcha Faal (see below), Don mentions that Dr A. True Ott did a lot of research on "Sorcha Faal" and claimed that there were multiple writers concocting fantasy news stories posted at whatdoesitmean.com web site, all using the same pen name of "Sorcha Faal."
Excerpt from Wikipedia Deletion Log Discussion on Sorcha Faal:
The reports are barely notable or spoken of in the press except as objects of fun - all the reporting is "look at the silly thing!" and none of the citations in the article is actually about the site. There is no actual information available on the source of the reports; the article contains no actual information about the reports except that they exist and some press makes fun of them in passing mentions. There is nothing about the person or organisation writing them. There isn't enough notability nor verifiable reliably-sourced information here for an article - David Gerard (talk) 09:33, 12 June 2016 (UTC)"
From the "Sorcha Faal" whatdoesnitmean.com web site:
Sister Maria Theresa is the 73rd Sorcha Faal of the Sorcha Faal Order, Elected as Mother Superior 3 February 2007
“Conspiracy theorists concentrate their time on transmuting the "base matter" of current events,
official stories, propaganda and public relations into the gleaming golden truth buried within.
They do this through the very right-brained activity of uncovering and inventing connections between disparate elements.
They create story-systems to understand and explain events - essentially a religious activity. For whatever reason,
it’s much easier for us to deal with our internal contents by projecting them into the world around us. These
outward signs inevitably become carriers of the archetypal content and psychodrama latent in the seeker.
Conspiracy theory also overcomes the strictures of literalism and the problems of simplistic thinking by experimenting
with multiplicity of meaning. Ordinary events, people and signs become symbols bristling with complex, malleable, even contradictory meanings.
Mystery is revived and idealized. Facts become more than the sum of their parts. Theory becomes poetry and even theology.”
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