Was The Price Worth It, Bob?

Was The Price Worth It, Bob?

Considering the wider scope of American popular culture and entertainment, television game shows – along with their close siblings daytime talk shows and soap operas – represent the lowest common denominator.

Nevertheless, there is a lot more to the former host of one of America’s longest running game shows, The Price is Right, than initially meets the eye.

Who is Bob Barker, and how is it he remained – for so long – America’s favorite and most beloved, if not premiere, game show host?

While possessing a smooth baritone resembling a trumpet muffled in silk accompanied by a gleaming smile and gregarious manner, Barker was, for decades, the gold standard against which all competitors in the business of game show hosts were measured.

Would you, therefore, become shocked to discover “Bob Barker” was yet another fabricated television character who was about as real as Mister T., the Six Million Dollar Man and Columbo (an installment on that television character is coming next – and is not to be missed!)? Continue reading “Was The Price Worth It, Bob?”

“Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory Part II

“Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory Part II

Within the barb-wired boundaries of our growing American police state, those capable of free thought, penetrative analysis, and genuine creativity are considered revolutionary threats and, perhaps, even domestic terrorists.

And why?

In this age of forced conformity, the very act of free thinking is considered to be more dangerous and ominously threatening than a well-tossed Molotov cocktail.

That is why, communities of mindless trolls – routinely compensated with gift cards and other petty blandishments from gutter rat weasels connected to law enforcement and the blue lodge local mason halls – are recruited and deployed online to perpetrate false claims and to hurl puerile taunts consisting of psychologically-driven derision against those classified as potential threats to the tyrannical status quo.

But their pathetic and cowardly motivations – while backed by the force of arms – are transparent as glass.

For now at least, such rigidly conformist mentalities – infantile imbeciles lacking the capacity to think for themselves and capable only of mindlessly taking orders from so-called authority while unquestioningly obeying the whimsical dictates of ill-conceived laws, rules and regulations – have proved useful to the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families.

In the end, however, they will reap the ultimate reward of their short-sighted folly.

Finally, when they’re not needed anymore, they will all be deemed disposable and then quickly discarded.

At any rate – as they say – on with the show!

Incredibly, there is more to the story of Andy Warhol’s host actor.

Therefore, one felt an additional installment regarding this subject matter was necessary.

Further research into the stunning array of historical figures portrayed by the actor known as Dennis Hopper AKA “Jack” Kennedy has opened an entirely new vista into the post-modern concept of the actor-based-reality.

In the last installment, it was revealed that Hopper was a hidden Hollywood family relation of Jack Nicholson AKA Prince Henrik of Denmark and, also, the hidden brother of pop star Gordon Sumner AKA Sting of 1980’s rock/pop act the Police.

Added to that, it turns out, Hopper has another hidden family member, Hollywood actress/singer Michelle Phillips, who also portrayed a key member of the seminal 1970’s pop group, Abba.

Perhaps more incredibly – and out of the blue (pun intended) – was the discovery His Highness, Prince Henrik of Denmark AKA Hollywood icon Jack Nicholson, the hidden brother of Dennis Hopper AKA “JFK”, has also portrayed a renowned classic rock star once dubbed “The Godfather of Grunge”.

Here’s another stunning revelation loyal readers can expect to find in this installment: It turns out rock/pop act “the Police” was not only managed by a gentlemen with ties to “The Company” located in Langley, Virginia, but their band moniker derived from insider agency slang terminology for the CIA.

But, during the incipient MTV era of the 1980’s, which corresponded with the band’s popular ascendance, the public was also unaware the band’s official biography is a complete fabrication and, both “Sting” and lead guitarist, “Andy” Summers (the twisted folks at CIA love to dangle clues before the general public towards whom they hold nothing short of the most malevolent contempt), were rock star characters portrayed by host actors with genealogical ties to “Jack Nicholson” and, by extension, the Danish royal family.

Continue reading ““Artist” Andy Warhol’s Death Hoax Factory Part II”

The Hollywood “Duke” Goes To Washington

The Hollywood “Duke” Goes To Washington

Though the subject of this installment isn’t what loyal readers were expecting or hoping to see, rest assured, a Newsspell exclusive concerning the Nipsey Hussle event – with an angle no other alternative news source has explored – will be published very soon.

And while remembering patience is a virtue folks, you won’t want to miss this!

Meanwhile however, is there anyone out there who still doesn’t believe most of the politicians “elected” as either representatives, senators and even presidents aren’t actors?

Before addressing the definitive answer to that question, consider that the US government is a corporation; its primary business and fiduciary responsibility is to serve the commercial interests of its major stockholders, the thirteen, ruling elite Jesuit families. The government’s profit is drawn from the collection of taxes, and the employment of experienced actors has become the most surefire method to ensure the public is perpetually convinced greater tax expenditures are always necessary to solve “problems” that are routinely manufactured solely for the sake of monetary exploitation.

Most likely, a number of one’s loyal readers may not be familiar with the former American congressional Speaker of the House of Representatives from the state of Massachusetts, “Tip O’Neill”.

Nevertheless, the story of his long career as a political actor in the nation’s capitol is remarkable, because Mister O’Neill’s character is yet another pertinent example of the actor-based-reality.

Turns out, Mister “O’Neill” was portrayed by one of Hollywood’s most legendary screen actors.

Not only that folks, but the current governor of Massachusetts, Charlie Baker, is also a character fabrication, and portrayed by a former high-profile television late-night talk show host who is also a well-known and award-winning Hollywood movie director. Continue reading “The Hollywood “Duke” Goes To Washington”

A Trip Down Elton’s Yellow Brick Road

A Trip Down Elton’s Yellow Brick Road

Sorry folks, but the author duly apologizes for making his loyal readers wait for so long between installments. Though it may be the Christmas season, rest assured, in lieu of unwrapping gifts, one has been busy with a novel’s manuscript draft which shall soon become a new science fiction/alternative history/thriller, slated for release on Amazon in May 2019, entitled Sky Parlor.

Oh, and of course, one has also been diligently compiling research for this latest installment which shall, no doubt, garner its share of vitriol from naïve naysayers, paid shills, and garden variety online gang stalkers.

Yes folks, Elton John, perhaps the most iconic of classic rock and pop show stoppers, is not who you think he is. Though his considerable musical gifts cannot be denied, there exists copious empirical evidence the man known as Elton has spent decades leading the general public down the yellow brick road, straight to the man behind the curtain who pulls the levers of the music and entertainment industries.

Only, no one has bothered to pull back the curtain and dared to look, that is until now. Continue reading “A Trip Down Elton’s Yellow Brick Road”

Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part X)

Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part X)

What do an 1980’s American exercise icon, a Hollywood actress, and a famous congressional representative from the sunshine state of California have in common?

Why, a great deal, it turns out.

One fact bears repeating; all politicians at the highest levels are portrayed by actors.

And, in the case of Nancy Pelosi, congressional representative from the sunshine state of California, this certainly proves to be no exception.

While the elite ruling families continue to manufacture ruses to rob the proletariat of their tax dollars, the common man, in the hope that something, anything, may change in their particular favor, chooses to keep voting for clowns donned in make-up and prosthetic disguises. These actors are hired by the ruling elite families to act as proxies to aid and abet in the perpetuation of their criminal economic and political pyramid scheme.

These actors, while posing as the people’s so-called political representatives, are both liars and frauds.

Believe it, folks. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part X)”