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I'd like feedback on my Hub: Is The Pulse Club Orlando Shooting a Hoax, Staged o

  1. hinazille profile image86
    hinazilleposted 5 months ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Is The Pulse Club Orlando Shooting a Hoax, Staged or 100% Real?. What can I do to improve? Thanks!

    Please note: I understand the topic is controversial, and I do not intend to offend anyone, I'm only asking questions that are resonating with a lot of people who have researched into the official story a little.

    I'd appreciate your input on why this may be classed as Not Featured as it is not spammy, pornographic, abusive or offensive or of low quality. Thank you in advance!

  2. Rupert Taylor profile image95
    Rupert Taylorposted 5 months ago

    Full disclosure - I didn't read the whole thing but I'm sure you are onto something.

    It's clear to me that the Pulse shooting, like the Moon landing, was faked in a Hollywood sound stage under the direction of the Lizard people. It's part of a vast conspiracy by the Illuminati to pollute our precious bodily fluids and turn us all into socialists.

    Like John McCain says it was all Obama's fault for being born a Kenyan Muslim, although, of course, it didn't happen - that whole Pulse thing not the African birth. But, no doubt Obama was to blame for it not happening or happening, or something.

    Anyway, I was having a lovely chat with a man from the Grassy Knoll when that nasty guy in the white coat cornered me with his gigantic syringe. Gotta say "Bye" for now.

    1. Jean Bakula profile image97
      Jean Bakulaposted 5 months ago in reply to this

      I think the thought that this attack is a hoax is only resonating with you. That's what the problem is.

      1. hinazille profile image86
        hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        I know this is not the case. Many veterans & other gun owners as well as those present at the scene are questioning the official narrative too, but I am not here to convince you of a single thing.

        If you prefer to swallow the official story the MSM is spreading hook, line & sinker, that is your right. Just like it is my right to question what I feel could be a set up.

    2. FatFreddysCat profile image93
      FatFreddysCatposted 5 months ago in reply to this

      Post of the day!!

  3. psycheskinner profile image81
    psycheskinnerposted 5 months ago

    Telling people their deceased family members don't exist isn't "controversial", it's just cruel.

    1. hinazille profile image86
      hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

      I never said people did not die, in fact I would not put it past the government to sacrifice a few hundred (or thousands or millions) of innocent people to achieve an end goal.

      When you make comments like this, it's blatantly obvious that you have not read the hub - i am asking a series of questions that many want to know the answers to - i am not a lone wolf.

      We absolutely should question what the MSM & government tell us, they are here to serve us, we are not there to serve their agendas.

      Also I know all about cruelty - like the fact that millions of innocent women, children, elderly have been massacred, abused, raped for over ten years now in Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Pakistan, Africa....which these very governments we are questioning had an active hand in.

      My heart bleeds for these innocent kids, their families who have done nothing wrong, they simply exist in this world and that seems like reason enough for them to be slaughtered.

      So yes, to answer you guys, I am not apologetic that I may hurt someone's feelings by simply asking questions, as not doing so makes us complicit in the governments agendas.

      Please remember, we have brain cells for a reason, not simply to follow the crowd, but to critically think. if there is nothing to hide, no discrepancies & all these questions can be answered, then why be offended?

      1. Rupert Taylor profile image95
        Rupert Taylorposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        "... like the fact that millions of innocent women, children, elderly have been massacred, abused, raped for over ten years now in Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Pakistan, Africa ..." So why do you present this as a fact without question? It also comes from main stream media and government sources that you suggest have some sort of hidden agenda. My brain cells tell me you are being inconsistent.

        1. hinazille profile image86
          hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

          This is an absolute fact not disclosed by MSM but by alternative, independent media, as well as countless eye witness testimonies from people who have seen their villages and towns and the people in them blown to smithereens. In many cases, veterans who come from the wars in those countries will tell you the same thing. It's not even debatable, it's happening before our very eyes. Abu Ghraib. Palestinian prisoners in israeli jails. The Gaza strip. This is a discussion for a different thread sir.

          1. Rupert Taylor profile image95
            Rupert Taylorposted 5 months ago in reply to this

            Why don't you put eye witness testimonies in quotation marks as you do when describing the people who saw events unfold at the Pulse club? You have zero credibility in your suggestion this tragic event might be a hoax. But there is no point in arguing with you. You are in your bubble of ignorance and no rational argument will penetrate that. There are plenty of cooky websites were your disturbing views will find resonance. I suggest you take your nutty views there.

    2. lisavollrath profile image89
      lisavollrathposted 5 months ago

      Well, aside from being incredibly offensive and completely exploitative, the article relies heavily on second and third hand accounts, and social media "research" that isn't corroborated, and may not even be factual. People post all sorts of crazy photos and ideas. That doesn't make them true, or worthy of repeating.

      Also, the article should be in the Conspiracy Theories category, not North America Political & Social Issues.

      1. hinazille profile image86
        hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        The article does not rely on second and third hand accounts, actually all the screenshots you see I researched myself and took the screenshots both from active fb and Twitter posts and from cached pages.

        I don't feel asking questions is offensive or exploitative.

        Thank you in any case about the category suggestion.

        1. lisavollrath profile image89
          lisavollrathposted 5 months ago in reply to this

          A first hand account would be you, on the ground in Orlando, telling people what you saw. Taking screenshots of other people's FB and Twitter posts is second hand---you're simply repeating what other people have said, without corroboration, taking it as truth.

          I can't help but notice that you've asked for feedback on this hub, but are arguing with everyone who provides it. If you don't want the feedback, don't ask for it.

    3. calculus-geometry profile image87
      calculus-geometryposted 5 months ago

      HubPages features all kinds of ridiculous conspiracy theory and vile "truther" articles.  I even found one on a niche site.  I'm not sure why this one isn't passing, although I'm not saying it or any of the others ought to.

      1. hinazille profile image86
        hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        I think the status has perhaps been changed now. Thank you for your input!

    4. Copper Man profile image84
      Copper Manposted 5 months ago

      You might edit the title to fit on one line for starters.

      Then edit the text down to a readable 500 to 1000 words.

      1. hinazille profile image86
        hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        Good point about the title. Most of my other titles are over 65 characters too though and doesn't seem to be a problem...

        Also the word count...I have my own blog and from doing seo research, it seems longer articles are preferred?

    5. Marisa Wright profile image93
      Marisa Wrightposted 5 months ago

      I'd be willing to bet it's because it's in the wrong category - Conspiracy Theories is where it belongs.

      1. hinazille profile image86
        hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        Thank you for your input, I think you are right...I did not see that category, but according to the definition of conspiracy theory, this hub would be a better fit there!

    6. Jesse Drzal profile image81
      Jesse Drzalposted 5 months ago

      Want a good category for this? Garbage can.

    7. NateB11 profile image91
      NateB11posted 5 months ago

      I honestly cannot tell you why your article hasn't passed QAP and why it's not featured. If you cannot get the article featured here I suggest you publish it elsewhere; on your own blog if you have one, or another site that is receptive to the kind of examination that you are offering in the article. It's a good piece and a good examination of the issue; it offers a viewpoint that should be put out there to balance out the media hype that, as usual, tells us nothing.

      There are sites that openly accept varying points of view and are likely to let you publish this work. There is one in particular, if you want to know the name of the site I'll message it to you.

      1. hinazille profile image86
        hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        Thank you for your kind words! I would love to know the name of the site you mention.

        I feel it absolutely necessary to put a legitimate alternative view out there, because what the mainstream media is telling us is just not correct. It makes absolutely zero sense. Reminds me of that quote which is something along the lines of 'a lie is half way around the world and the truth is still tying it's shoe laces'. Why is it so hard to question the status quo? We need to!

        1. NateB11 profile image91
          NateB11posted 5 months ago in reply to this

          I absolutely agree. The status quo must be questioned. And we definitely shouldn't trust mainstream media, which is owned by a handful of corporations and pushes particular agenda and leaves out many issues and information and spins everything to favor their agenda and, by the way, their candidates for public office. Believe me, you learn a lot more from looking at what the media doesn't cover than by just following blindly what they dish out.

        2. NateB11 profile image91
          NateB11posted 5 months ago in reply to this

          It looks like you got it published, I saw it among your articles on your profile. Congratulations. I had sent you a message about an alternative site to publish it but it looks like the problem was resolved here and you got it published.

          1. hinazille profile image86
            hinazilleposted 5 months ago in reply to this

            They were allowing me to publish it, just were limiting it's reach by classing it as Not Featured. But even that, has been resolved. I still will look into the site you messaged me, thank you!

            I do agree with your above comments 1000%. Since the day I found out that the 'different' news corporations are owned by a handful of people, I look at near enough every news piece with a different angle.

            Corporations, mainstream media, government work in harmony to prevent the people from getting any real information....I think the correct term is DISinformation actually. Thank you for your insights!

    8. psycheskinner profile image81
      psycheskinnerposted 5 months ago

      So if you were at your child's funeral and someone accused you of being a childless "crisis actor", you would say "thank you for questioning the status quo"?

      No, because its an a$$hole thing to do.  Some of what we call the "status quo" is just reality.  Questioning that those 50 people really lived is like being a flat Earther, but sadistic as well as stupid.

      The terrorist killed them, but you are going the extra step of trying to suggest the never even lived.

      It's not okay.

      1. Jesse Drzal profile image81
        Jesse Drzalposted 5 months ago in reply to this

        It's beyond not ok. It's repulsive.

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