SORCHA FAAL : Who is she?

United States
September 21, 2007 8:55am CST
This woman is suppossedly a Russian scientist with a PH.D. She recently wrote an article that appeared in Pravda explaining the meteor strike in Peru with a really wild conspiracy theory about a "war" going on between President Bush and the USA's top military leaders. Our military leaders, according to Sorcha Faal, shot down a satellite so Bush could not use it to target Iran! Yeah, right. Here is an url with some information. http://www.zetatalk.com/index/sorcha.htm Put sorcha faal in the myLot search engine at the top of the page and search the web. Let me know what you find. She writes really well and has to be a skilled psyops disinformation specialist who could give Tom Clancey a run for his money if she only admitted she was writing fiction. What do you have to say about Sorcha Faal?
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
21 Sep 07
This conspiracy theory would be a little more believable if she had said the democrats shot down the satellite, instead of the military leaders. I did a search, gnosticliberation website and several others came up, but nothing that pins her down. My impression is that this is a made up name and someone is doing the writing using this name. This individual has a very vivid imagination. It wouldn't be the first time someone did that.
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• United States
21 Sep 07
It could be an intelligence agency disinformation campaign. I think her stuff is that good. It is just almost believable and would fool people if published in the right places. Anyway, she could always right thriller fiction. I do think she is about as good as Tom Clancey. Maybe it's him? Or someone like him having fun?
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• United States
21 Sep 07
There are any number of people right here on myLot that would believe this stuff, and whoever it is could do very well in the fiction department. I do think someone is having fun, at least I hope this is the case. It would be scary to think they actually believed that stuff.