In today’s society, there are so many things that we cannot trust like walking alone at night, rumors, and, of course, the government. But instead of peering into our laptops and phones through our cameras, how else could the government be spying on us?
Just a few years ago after hearing countless conspiracy theories about birds not being real, 22-year old Peter McIndoe started his company Birds Aren’t Real to spread awareness on how birds simply are government creations to spy on innocent civilians. After just a few months, people started following the Instagram account and buying Merch as they thought it was a funny use of satire, however, when McIndoe was interviewed by countless news stations he promptly told them this concept could not be further from satire.
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these shirts are interlaced with ANTI-GAMMA RAY micro-wired threads that DEFLECT any bird drone radioactivity. || Tag 3 people who you think needs protection and 1 of you patriots will be receiving FREE long AND short sleeve shirts with a bunch of stickers. it's a contest and the winner will be randomly decided on Nov. 12. I'm gonna put all your usernames in a hat and pull one out || all photography creds to the true patriot @tj.kc
Apparently, from 1959 to 2001 the government killed billions of birds and replaced them with drones that looked and sounded like those very same birds to spy on residents. McIndoe claims that he did not start the movement, he is a mere messenger pigeon to the values it provides to the public. The movement, in fact, started in 1979 when rumors from the White House came about on the matter of the mass genocide of birds due to the government wanting to spy on the common people.
The problem as portrayed by McIndoe in several interviews is that the media, political candidates, and legislatures are unwilling to take this concept seriously because it is simply an obscure concept and one that is difficult to get your head around. McIndoe’s team has been putting up media, billboards, ads, and posters to spread awareness, but until legislatures are willing to make changes and believe the movement, legislation will remain the same.
If you want to learn more about the movement or buy Merch to support the campaign please visit this link.