First, a little background information: Reptilians, Draconians, Reptoids, Lizard People, Saurians are some of the names given to a humanoid intelligent reptile species that supposedly co-inhabits our world. These creatures may, or may not, be alien in origin. Some suggest that hey are native to our world and are a evolved form of dinosaurs, and that their species is far older than humanity. Many believe that these creatures can shapeshift to a human appearance and use this ability to run the world from positions of power and influence ( the Babylonian Brotherhood ). Followers of these conspiracy theories have accused just about every person of influence and power of being a member of this species and an active participant of the reptilian illuminati. These reptilian theories cross many of the conspiracy categories and you will see a few varying examples of them in the eBook.
The following article appeared on the "Your news Wire" website March 7, 2017 and was authored by Baxter Dmitry.
Justin Bieber “shapeshifted into a reptilian” while greeting fans who had waited for him to arrive at Perth Airport, Australia, according to hundreds of witnesses who took to social media and were interviewed by local press after the incident.
One witness, interviewed by news outlet Perth Now, said that “all hell broke loose” in the airport after Justin Bieber shapeshifted in front of his fans. “There were girls hiding in toilets, crying. Guys were running for the exits, jumping in taxis to get out of there.”
Perth Now briefly published an article about the incident on Sunday featuring multiple interviews with witnesses, however within an hour of publication the article was taken down and scrubbed from the internet – but not before alert readers captured screenshots of the article and proof that it appeared on Google.
Perth Now has not responded to questions about why they deleted the article from their website, or if they were acting under outside orders.
Screenshot of the article published by Perth Now – and deleted swiftly after publication.
It would not be the first time a news outlet or social media platform was forced to censor content relating to celebrity reptilian shapeshifting, with Twitter notorious for deleting tweets and user accounts whenever a famous figure is seen in reptilian form by members of the public.
“Golden age of shapeshifting reptilian sightings”
The Perth Now article quoted witnesses that saw Bieber with eyes “with a black stripe down the middle” and “big scaly claws that were lashing out angrily.”
One traumatized fan with tickets for Bieber’s upcoming concerts claimed she “won’t be going to any now, no way.“
Perth Now is a legitimate online news magazine published by the WA Sunday Times newspaper. Perth Now categorically deny any association with the reported story and replied to enquires with this response: "Ben Martin, head of digital content for Sunday Times said “I’m sad to say that we did not publish that piece. After a thorough search of our CMS there was no mention of this story." The "YourNewsWire" report also states that the incident was covered by local media. I am an Australian living in the city of Melbourne. I can tell you that if such an event had occurred it would have been plastered all over the Australian media. It was not. As for the publisher of this article there has been widespread criticism of YourNewsWire for publishing fake stories, Google banned the site from its advertising network, in response to a 'NY Sunday Times’ investigation that clearly exposed YourNewsWire as a fake news publisher. I think it's pretty clear that this theory is very, weird, fake news; but that does not lesson it's value as a conspiracy theory, most conspiracy theories ( not all ) are complete fabrications, it's just that some are more believable than others. A conspiracy theory is about expressing a dissatisfaction with the norms and expectations of society, it is a rebellious reaction to the constraints of society and a means of breaking free of those constraints. Wether or not the theory is factual or fabricated doesn't really matter. As a matter of fact, the greater the sense of fantasy that a theory can generate the more heightened the feeling of escape can be and thereby the more attractive and popular a conspiracy theory can become. For instance, did you know that a poll of Americans in 2013 by Public Policy Polling indicated that 4% of registered voters (±2.8%) believed in Reptilians. That equates to roughly 12 million people in the USA alone.