Former VP Joe Biden bites the dust (Part II)

Former VP Joe Biden bites the dust (Part II)

It bears repeating – but when one endeavored to begin this blog for the purpose of focusing on the sinister deceptions of the mainstream and alternative media, it was not wholly anticipated, though not thoroughly unexpected, that a certain renowned personality in the mainstream news industry and featured in this blog’s maiden installment, would go on to figure so prominently in helping to perpetuate such blatant deceptions.

Such, however, are life’s never ending and unfolding discoveries.

In part one, concerning the identity of the host actor portrayed former American Vice President Joseph Biden, one left off with an intuitive speculation that the Rockefellers, perhaps the most renowned family of American merchant bankers of the last century, and our man of interest, news anchor Brian Williams, had colluded – perhaps facilitated through genealogical relations – to create the living myth of the political character known to American history as Joe Biden.

Turns out – one’s educated and intuitive speculation did, in fact, materialize into solid and corroborative hypothesis. Continue reading “Former VP Joe Biden bites the dust (Part II)”

This is how American idols are made

This is how American idols are made

“In the future, everyone will be world famous for fifteen minutes.” – Andy Warhol, while appearing in a program featuring an exhibition of his work at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden in 1968.

For many, the concept of fame is at once elusive, and yet simultaneously, insatiable and beguiling – to be loved, adored, and admired by millions of strangers – to the extent those in dogged pursuit are willing to sacrifice their priceless integrity for its treasures of material spoils.

In the post-modern age, one finds that the concept of fame has been compromised, not so much predicated on meretricious achievement, but rather, considerably more superficial and ulterior factors.

With this installment, one shall feature a demonstrative, but brief portrait, of an individual whose quixotic pursuit and rather unlikely eclipse of glorious fame, however short-lived, was no doubt manufactured for reasons other than inherent talents.  Continue reading “This is how American idols are made”

Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (Part I)

Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (Part I)

Admittedly, when research began for this installment, one balked.

To slowly come to the realization that perhaps one of the most fascinating artists from the past may not have been who he claimed, an artist that truly appeared to have represented the last gasp of genuine rock and roll rebelliousness, felt as if a moribund shroud had begun to blot out whatever glimmers of hope still existed.

Then again – one began to reason the with the cold and objective observations of an investigator – why should the subject of this installment exceptionally differentiate from any other examined in the past? After all, despite the anti-establishment image this star born character came to the world cloaked in, the “late” Kurt Cobain was, after all, and like any other, merely another corporate product, created and marketed by the global commercial system.

Still – what a product he was!

But, as one shall soon observe, the influence, and deliberate guiding hand of a powerful, executive Hollywood figure featured before here at Newsspell, shall once again prove to have played a most prominent role.
Continue reading “Suicide of teen spirit smells like a hoax (Part I)”