Titanic lost sub is fake news

It’s so obviously fake – with daily bulletins building tension, holding the viewers on the edge of their seats, while heroes are found to save the day and all will get out at the end to the cheers of the crowd.  It’s a rerun of the students stuck in the cave in Thailand (even featuring another student) – also a fake news drama which holds the audience on tenterhooks for days while wars are prosecuted, money is stolen and political fixes are made, unbothered by news ‘reporting’, or public gaze.

This one is so tedious based on the fake Titanic narrative.  It was the Olympic, Titanic’s sister ship that was sunk with name swapped, after a collision.  You can see icebergs for miles as they glow.   You only hit one if you want to.

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13 Responses to “Titanic lost sub is fake news”

  1. John says:

    I was thinking the same thing. If they have a convenient disaster they could ban anyone from diving on the wreck for safety reasons. This stops anyone from seeing that the official story does not fit the evidence. The level of fake news and manipulation and/or subliminal programming is off the scale at the moment. I think the plane crash and children surviving in the jungle is also probably a fictional event.

    • Tapestry says:

      They’re all classics taken from movie plots.

    • sovereigntea says:

      50 % of the printed copy of Daily Mail is devoted to the submarine farce ……

      Burying bad news from Ukraine

      and this

      UK debt soars to 60-year high – data

      The $3.28 trillion owed by the government is more than 100% of the country’s GDP, according to the Office for National Statistics

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        And the 0.5% interest rate hike which the Beeb admits is with the DELIBERATE intention of causing a recession

  2. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Yes, an obvious fake story like so many others now as you both point out

    Here is an alternative take:

    Page 32:
    “Which brings us to the end. The Titanic never sank at all. It was simply refitted and stored in Hamburg during the war, posing as the Imperator. So Robin Gardiner’s title is correct: Titanic: the Ship that Never Sank. Now that we are at the end of our investigation, you can notice that he told you the truth, while misleading you into thinking the Olympic sank instead. No, no
    ship sank that day. The whole story was a hoax, run as cover for a series of insurance scams far beyond the one he suggests.”

    There is a lot more in the essay. He does a thorough job

    • Tapestry says:

      Thanks Pete. It makes more sense – yet what of the Astor disappearance? Was he opposing the creation of the Federal Reserve?

      • pete fairhurst 2 says:

        He covers that in detail too Tap. Worth a look

        This is top if this site right now:

        “I am top-listing this old paper, for obvious reasons. I already proved there is no ship down there, so we know the new events are faked like the old ones. They made up this story to try to resell the old one, but it isn’t working very well. It is falling apart in all the usual ways. I have tacked on a few new comments at the end”

  3. pete fairhurst 2 says:

    Page 10

    “Which brings us to the next problem. In these stories, Astor is said to be among the richest men in the
    world at the time. But John D. Rockefeller was alive in 1912, and according to Wikipedia and Forbes,
    he was worth $400 billion in 1913. Astor is said to be worth $2.2 billion. So again, they can’t keep
    their stories straight. J. P. Morgan died in 1913 with a wealth of about $3 billion, and Rockefeller said
    “he wasn’t a rich man”. So we are supposed to believe the Astors had squandered their money since
    1850, when everyone admits they were the richest family in the US? That is very unlikely, since—like
    the Rockefellers—they were involved in banking. As bankers, they knew how to earn interest on their
    money, getting richer every decade. The Rockefellers had about a trillion by 1930, and have multiplied
    that by many times since then. Likewise, we may assume the Astors were worth at least 500 billion by
    1912, making the claim of 2.2 billion another grand lie. If Astor didn’t score at least $10 million on his
    life insurance policy alone, I would be very surprised.
    Do you have any idea how easy it would be for someone like Astor to hide out? These people have
    huge estates all over the world, so faking a death is no inconvenience at all. It isn’t like they have to
    never leave the house. Astor didn’t even need to travel by a public transport like the Titanic. These
    people have their own private ships, or can hire their Greek billionaire cousins to take them anywhere,
    with no questions asked by customs agents anywhere. The rules don’t apply to them, and they only
    admit their existences to start with because they want to see themselves in the papers. We may assume
    there are wealthy people that you have never heard of: they have never officially existed. They don’t
    have to fake their deaths because they have never officially been alive. My guess is it is these people
    that actually rule the world.
    Anyway, we can already see that the Titanic fraud looks like a con run by the insurance companies
    themselves. Best guess at this juncture is that Robin Gardiner was linked somehow to Lloyd’s of
    London, and they hired him to throw White Star Lines under the bus. Since White Star no longer
    exists, it can be the fall guy. So Gardiner makes them the bad guys, while continuing to whitewash or
    misdirect away from Lloyd’s, Astor, and many other parties. “

    • sovereigntea says:

      I’ll wager the Mellons were richer than JP Morgan too

      After the Revolutionary War, New York City was in a state of disrepair. But the city was determined to bounce back. Just months after British forces left U.S. soil, local merchants and lawyers came together to create a bank that would forever play a crucial role in the global financial system.

      Long before computers, industrial averages, or opening bells, New York City stockbrokers were changing the way the world does business. Twenty-four gathered under a buttonwood tree just steps from what was BNY Mellon’s original headquarters to sign a document that would soon lead to the formation of the New York Stock Exchange.

      The Bank of New York establishes a relationship with Baring Brothers, a British banking house. When Baring later made a substantial loan to the Bank in 1822, successful repayments improved the Bank’s financial position and set the stage for strong international ties.

      In the 1930s, The Bank of New York offers corporate trusts for the first time. In 1946, Mellon merges with the Union Trust Company to become Mellon National Bank and Trust Company. Today, BNY Mellon is a leading provider of trust services.


    • sovereigntea says:


      $46.6 trillion assets under custody and/or administration*

      $1.9 trillion assets under management*

      35 countries

  4. newensign says:

    I just wonder about those Senators who opposed the Fed. Reserve Act and were given complimentary tickets for the Titanic maiden voyage, what happened to them. Were they bumped off somewhere in the UK?

    • Tapestry says:

      Or just avoided paying taxes while living a quiet life out on their estates with new identites, after claiming life insurance.