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Did you know Aylan's body was moved for maximum emotional impact?
Not many people know that Aylan's body was actually moved from where it was found (between the rocks), to a place where the photographer could take the best picture possible, for maximum emotional impact.
It's hard to imagine someone doing such a sick thing in order to achieve maximum effect from a single image, but for "them" is more than justified. It's not the first time that one image changed the course of events in history.
Engineered or even completely fake pictures, supported by equally fake stories, are key for gaining the support of the masses for, usually, military actions against sovereign countries.
And for those who are not photographers, the deep emotional impact that a single image can cause may not be fully understood.
More importantly, those who don't know how mind control works, the following detail was clearly overlooked: Aylan's body was not only moved, but also carefully placed so that it will trigger hidden subconscious memories from our childhood. What am I talking about?
I'm sure everyone saw Pinocchio when they were children. Maybe you even remember that at some point near the ending, Pinocchio and his father were crossing the sea when a whale shattered their boat.
What you may not remember — though the image surely remained in your subconscious mind — is that his father found him near the shoreline, laying face down in shallow water, with his arms on each side of his body, with palms facing upwards.
This is exactly how Aylan was positioned, so that you will unknowingly associate the two tragedies, hence achieving maximum emotional impact:
The story of Aylan and his family is also fake
As tragic as Aylan's death is, basically the whole story created around him is false, including his name.
The boy's name is not Aylan Kurdi, as the main stream media reported, but Alan Shenu.
Alan and his family lived in Turkey for three years, which was most of Alan's life (not in Syria as the MSM falsely reported), and Aylan is the Turkish equivalent of the name Alan, while Shenu is the actual family name. People in Turkey called them ‘Kurdi’, because they were Kurds.
The Independent reported that, in his short life, Aylan "had only known fear," which is yet another lie.
He lived almost his entire life in Turkey (where it is peace) with his family, where they had food and free housing. His father, Abdullah Shenu, even had a job in Turkey.
Alan Shemu aka Aylan Kurdi (left) with his father and brother, in Turkey
The main stream media also reported that the family has applied for asylum in Canada and got rejected, which was proved to be yet another lie.
According to the WSJ, the father (which, again, had a job in Turkey), wanted to go to Europe to get his teeth fixed:
"Ms. Kurdi, speaking Thursday in a Vancouver suburb, said that their father, still in Syria, had suggested Abdullah go to Europe to get his damaged teeth fixed and find a way to help his family leave Turkey. She said she began wiring her brother money three weeks ago, in €1,000 ($1,100) amounts, to help pay for the trip."The WSJ also notes that Mr. Kurdi gave two different accounts of his rescue:
"Mr. Kurdi gave different accounts of what happened next. In one interview, he said he swam ashore and walked to the hospital. In another, he said he was rescued by the coast guard."Conclusion
Aylan's/ Alan's death is a tragedy, nobody can deny that, but before allowing yourself to be emotionally manipulated to the point of supporting the invasion of another country, think about the thousands of children that will die as a result.
The lies of the main stream media should also be a huge red flag.
References: Weasel Zippers; The Muslim Issue;