I know that some people have come to doubt my sanity due to my belief that mainstream media outlets are sending coded messages to a select group of people via symbolism and wordplay in their stories. Well, for those who think I need to take my meds and have a good lie down I'll offer you an example that might convince you I'm actually onto something after all.
But first, some context: One thing I've realized is that when it comes to newspapers, the layout is extremely important. The way to see what the occult elite who own and control the MSM are actually up to is to look at each page or spread zif it's a painting and you're an art critic. Then you start to see patterns that are invisible to the vast majority of other readers, who actually believe the foundational claim about journalists fearlessly supplying information that they need to know. So they take in each little section independently and don't join the dots, so to speak.
If you apply your arty wanker eye to the big dailies you'll soon realize that subtextual meaning is regularly conveyed from the combination of symbolism and wordplay in seemingly unrelated stories in the same issue, often on the same page. The occultist flogs who run the Failing Terrorgraph absolutely love this trick and frequently use it on their covers. Here's a good illo related to Shane Warne. Please check it out.
With that in mind, consider this.