The shooting late Tuesday at YouTube’s San Bruno, Calif., headquarters takes the cake for skulduggery and fakery. The storytellers claim that an “Iranian” woman by the name Nasim Aghdam, walked into the company’s HQ and shot and wounded three before “shooting herself.” So far, the only images of the event show employees filing onto the streets.
Note: We will use this article for updates on this event.
- An Iranian Muslim woman — several demonization birds with one stone. Boasts of serving in Iranian army.
- A vegan. Yes, a vegan, and an animal rights activist. For the dumb dumbs, this translates into a “fanatic.” Yes, society needs to keep an eye on “fanatics.” I can guarantee that we will hear the mentally ill pre-crime narrative soon enough.
- Had an anti-anal-sex video on her website. The narrative translates to anti-sodomy, or gay “hater.”
- She had a “manifesto.” Yes, of course, a manifesto. They all have that.
- Her many videos of late have been described as “paranoid.” Yes, of course, paranoid. In a similar manner, this brainwashing implant is designed to make the more reasonable things “Nasim” said — seem to be nuts.
- The now familiar narrative that police had an encounter before the shooting.
- She was angry about YouTube demonetization and censorship. Translation: Shut your trap about this or garner suspicions. If you complain about censorship, you are a terrorist now. YouTube can now say, “We told you about these people.”
This event is similar to that of the man who — out of the blue — shot up Comet Ping Pong and Pizza when the heat was coming down too heavy on Pedogate.
Those who have looked at the videos describe “Nasim” as creepy and unnatural. Apparently, they don’t realize that this is coming from the CGI (computer-generated imagery), pixel world. It’s very disturbing that people can’t distinguish CGI from reality. In fact, this one is quite poorly done, perhaps as another test of public gullibility.
The “Nasim Aghdma” videos are definitely worth an examination. Look at the fake-looking cutout images. The woman’s head is badly Photoshopped and then put onto the torso. You can see an elongated neck. What human being has such noticeable non-uniform and huge throat ligaments? The skin colorization is nonsensical, especially for someone living in sunny California. There is a clear line across her neck where skin tones don’t match. What’s being conveyed with the multiple Star of Davids in the background? What’s with the mechanical sounding voice? Watch the video frames skip. Enlarge to full screen view.
Nasim’s hokey work out video below. If you slowed this frame by frame, you would see gaps in the film. Why? CGI? Note the double shadows.
Nasim showing off her giant, surreal, giraffe neck.
Update: New terminally absurd Nasim Aghdam video shows up- jumping up-and-down in a dance-like gig before the Israeli flag.
Nasim advises, “Don’t trust your eyes.” – revealing the method. Notice all the frame skips- Very buggy looking CGI. I think it is the same crew that did Elliott Rodgers’ persona.
Per usual scrubbed but here is screenshot;
“Acting crazy” Nasim Aghdam. In-your-face CGI. Enough said. Are we really being asked to believe this apparition has 11,000 YouTube subscribers?
Meet CGI Saya.
TNN Takeaway: The character of “Nasim Aghdam” would really be quite comical, if it wasn’t part of the serious demonization and psyops implant campaigns.