Wednesday, April 17th, 2013. Filed under: Censorship False Flag Events media and politics Orwellian World
[Zen: OK. Let's get this straight. Now it turns out the 2 clips in
the original post of the Family Guy episode depicting the two scenes
about a disaster at the Boston Marathon WERE from the same episode!!!
They were just strung together out of sequence but the implication was
still loud and clear. (Even if they were different episodes it's still
very telling, but they way they've gone after any posts of these videos
now is purely Orwellian.]
Paul Joseph Watson: A scene depicting runners at the Boston Marathon
being killed and another depicting two bombs being detonated are
SEPARATE SCENES but they are in the SAME EPISODE.
This episode of Family Guy was broadcast 3 weeks ago.
The media is labeling this whole issue a “hoax” and Seth McFarlane is
calling anyone who talks about it “abhorrent,” when he’s the guy who
made a cartoon making light of killing Boston Marathon runners and
Hollywood Reporter article admits they are from the same episode.
“Turban Cowboy,” which premiered in the U.S. on March 17, culminates
with a scene depicting Peter Griffin accidentally blowing up a bridge by
dialing a terrorist’s cell phone. But in the video making the rounds
online, the cell phone scene is placed immediately after an unrelated
moment in the episode when Bob Costas, voicing himself, asks Peter how
he won the Boston Marathon. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live…
Thanks to: http://www.zengardner.com