Many former NFL players have also been actors.
Joe Namath, O.J. Simpson, and several others, have all taken turns starring on Hollywood’s silver screen.
Now however, former all-Pro and NFL Hall of Famer Jim Brown can be added to that hallowed list.
Though, after his retirement from the professional gridiron, the illustrious Brown starred in a string of mostly execrable films, most of you may not be aware, Mister Brown has also starred in another well-recognizable role.
And, though Brown has portrayed this particular character for several ongoing decades, many have never realized, the former NFL running back remains hidden behind the mask of one of American history’s most renowned Civil Rights activists, a well-documented historical figure who also twice campaigned for the presidency of the US corporation. Continue reading “NFL’s Jim Brown also a Jackson?”
Emotionalism is rendered meaningless in the face of objective analysis.
For the substance of any analysis which is underscored by empirical, historical, and even forensic evidence to be considered fully, one must be willing and even determined, like any disposable detritus, to cast the impediments of one’s emotional attachments aside.
Nevertheless, for the majority – time and again – feelings and emotional connections ultimately contain greater consideration; especially, it would seem, when it comes to an in-depth analysis that, most likely, could be construed as an overt and even personal criticism of their favorite Hollywood or mass media celebrities.
Blind adoration is often the result of such childish attachments to celebrity idols.
For a time, at least, there was no bigger media celebrity – or so he proclaimed – than the ‘King of All Media’, Howard Stern.
The celebrity known as Howard Stern is merely another media character operating under a pseudonym.
It turns out, “Howard Stern” is a pseudonym for a prominent European royal, someone who – in the past – has shown himself to be more than familiar with the concept of post-modern reality simulation. Continue reading “American “King of All Media” European Royal?”
This installment is my Christmas present to all those loyal readers who have repeatedly returned to discover yet another world shaking revelation at Newsspellcom.org.
And please, believe it folks, one may want to take a deep breath before removing the bow and unwrapping this gift. For, what one shall discover lying beneath the colorful wrapping may change your entire perception of reality – perhaps forever!
The more youthful among one’s loyal readers may certainly not recall, but the Ed Sullivan Show represented the most iconic television production in the entire history of the medium. For millions of Americans during the era of the 1950’s and 60’s, Sullivan’s variety hour was perceived to embody the essence of American family entertainment. Even Sullivan’s benign image was such that his show could endure the searing controversy of having featured the risque and hip swiveling Elvis Presley and the mop top Beatles with their loud guitars, and transform what was initially perceived to be dissonant and shocking into a slice of warm apple pie Americana.
But behind the mask of Sullivan’s televised image lurked dark secrets, which until now, many have not bothered to unlock.
As loyal readers know, Newsspellcom.org is always on the search for buried treasure. And the secret treasures buried underneath the carefully conceived all-American image of Ed Sullivan are filled with troves of shining gold. In doing research for this particular installment, one began to truly piece together a more complete picture of the intricate web of deception and nepotism in the American entertainment industry.
Believe it folks, the true identity of Ed Sullivan’s host actor not only opened a clear vista to his close family relationship to other prominent entertainers, but not surprisingly a vital link to the royal bloodlines of the thirteen ruling elite Jesuit families. Continue reading “Actors in history’s grand stage play (Part XVI)”