If you’re done producing music, best to die quickly to keep raking in the dough. If you can’t die naturally, and why would they, it’s best to simulate the death for the same future riches.
You can’t stop the music, even when its creator has shuffled off this mortal coil. That’s evident in the makeup of our Halloween-spooky ranking of highest-paid dead celebrities, where nine musicians grace the list of 13, up from just six a year ago.
This channel has lots of nonsense, but if you buy into the DCP, there isn’t much to choose from on YouTube and elsewhere. Worth a listen.
Does anyone know who this IPS/Tim guy is or where he’s based? He is well spoken and has many good callers.
Rob Ford is a real Toronto man, part of the Ford political family. I doubt he died, but his persona was sacrificed for his brother, who became Premier, the highest office in our province. This was part of an orchestrated deal with the WASP establishment here, whose man got the second biggest office, mayor of a Toronto. It’s from here John Tory will springboard into the Premier’s office, when Ford is done after a term or two.
Toronto may not have played psyops politics before, but the American style Fords after embraced it whole (David) Hog(g).
Hellyweird repeats what works, including the DCP Dorothy Stratten death hoax. Miles Mathis explains.
That’s because Louise IS Dorothy. It reminds us of Sharon Tate later pretending to be her little sister Patti Tate, doesn’t it? It also reminds us of Nicole Simpson later pretending to be her little sister Denise Simpson.
What other similarities to those events do we find? Well, we find actors and directors involved. Again,Dorothy was engaged to Bogdanovich at the time of her death. Sharon Tate was married to Roman
Polanski. Nicole Simpson was married to an actor who had many directors and producers as friends.
Just a coincidence? Nope. These Hollywood directors love to pass off fiction as fact: it is their job, and they are relatively good at it. They fooled me for years and they probably fooled you. It doesn’t take much, since we don’t look too closely at these events. We take them as we get them. Or, we used to.
But why? Why fake her death? That’s easy, too: because she was about to get married and didn’t want to be in the limelight anymore. She and Peter didn’t want to have to deal with Playboy fans following Dorothy around all the time, asking for autographs and pinching her ass. She was so famous she would be guaranteed no privacy for years. So we see the same reason they faked Marilyn Monroe’s death.
Basically, they wanted privacy and this was the only way they thought they could get it. Peter wanted to make a wife and mom out of Dorothy, so she needed to shed her reputation as a centerfold and shed it fast. Plus, Hefner was no doubt glad to go along with the ruse, since it would add to his publicity as well. I think that issue is still one of the highest selling of all time.
Any leader that hints at sharing the wealth and helping the people will be targeted.
In Toronto, we had Jack Layton and Rob Ford actors that were similarly removed from the public scene.
These are my favorite type of posts. Good job Mark!
I think this is a widely-used model, not only in remote places like Chile, but in the United States as well. We saw John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King and John Lennon all idealized, lionized, and then, like Allende, assassinated. All of these assassinations were fake, we now know. That is not the point – each man was but a scoundrel used to raise up our hopes for meaningful change and then to crush that hope.
That, to me, is the meaning of 9/11/73 – crushing hope. It is a common treatment used everywhere to control us, keep us in chains.
Even though the numbers are marked with spookery (11), I think the idea is right. Dying (while on top – and promoting your upcoming death for a couple of years beforehand) is great for business.
TORONTO — Fans of the Tragically Hip flocked to the band’s music as they mourned the death of singer Gord Downie, which drove a huge boost in sales, streams and radio play.
Eleven albums by the Kingston, Ont., rockers climbed onto the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the week that ended Oct. 19. It was the previous day that Downie’s family announced the Hip frontman had died.
Overall sales for the band’s catalogue spiked 1,000%, rising to a combined 11,000 equivalent units from 1,000 units the previous week. The chart is tallied by Nielsen Music and is based on both physical and digital sales along with a calculation of on-demand streams.