The sports network of ESPN has some explaining to do.
Because Dan Patrick, one of their biggest, if not most popular radio stars is a key participant in the actor based reality, and he is most likely, a sworn member of the Jesuit order of the Knights Templar.
As a form of cruel mockery, the minion scribes of the ruling elites enjoy placing the secrets of their masters completely in plain sight, leaving them thoroughly unveiled. Once again, such is the case here, to the degree that one can almost detect the blatant calculation. There can also be little doubt, they are delighted no one has bothered to notice.
That is, until now. Continue reading “The Unmasking Of Yet Another Monkey Part II”
Perhaps one protests a bit too much, but this installment shall no doubt find itself heaped with quantum levels of scorn. Perhaps some ill-informed shill following this blog will earn his or her stipend of gift cards while assigned to the task of accusing the author of blatant racism.
But, this simply isn’t so.
One merely travels wherever the path of truth must lead.
And on this occasion, folks, the path shall lead right back to – where else? – America’s dream factory of Hollywood.
Scoff if you must, but Martin Luther King, the renowned civil rights leader, was portrayed by a host actor, and possibly the only actor of the era who could have successfully and credibly pulled it off.
Yes folks, there once was a dream.
But unfortunately, by the time one is done here, perhaps among the most epic of Hollywood dreams ever conceived – a fantastical dream made into official American history – shall be left shattered into fragments. Continue reading “The death of Kings and false prophets”
The year was 1947, and a morbid specter lingered over the neon sparkled boulevards of Hollywood, California.
1947 turned out to be a seminal year, not only for staged media hoaxes, but because it represented the birth pangs of a new government agency-CIA.
It was claimed an unknown actress, Elizabeth Short, was found dismembered in the wastelands just outside the environs of Los Angeles, California. Per official history, though a long and protracted investigation was conducted by the LAPD, and even suspects questioned, the murder was never officially solved. The publicized coverage of the case aroused a nationwide furor, and would later, not surprisingly, spur the publication of books and the production of Hollywood movies and television productions for decades to come.
In essence, the ruling elite Jesuit families that own Hollywood know that murder mysteries sell.
In many ways, what came to be known in American urban mythological lore as the Black Dahlia murder, represented the creation of a profitable vehicle for mainstream media distraction, a piece of intriguing theater that would not only appeal to the dormant morbidity hiding in the mass collective subconsciousness, but would serve to well draw the American public’s attention away from much more significant issues that somehow never got reported on the six and eleven o’clock newscasts, or appeared on the front pages of the major news periodicals of the day.
The answer as to why the LAPD was never able to collar any suspects in the case of the Black Dahlia murder will soon become self-evident. Continue reading “Hollywood Black Dahlia murder finally solved”