Sim villians

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What’s easier – training a person to be a killer via the mystical and magical MK-Ultra program or simply SIMulating their existence with actors, imagery, and backstories?

The parallels between Mark David Chapman and John Hinkley Jr. are too many to discount. They seem like parallel characters that were created from the same writer’s imagination. This could be for so many reasons: perhaps one is to reinforce memes: mental health, gun control, danger of controversial books. Their birth dates are similar, their crimes are similar, their reading lists are similar, their MOs and sentences are similar. Just a coincidence?

Hinkley Jr. is linked to the Bushes by a story that could also be a myth to stimulate conspiracy chatter. The fact that he is linked to a real family that has power and influence could be the immunization from serious inquiry by the compromised media.

I am also convinced that Osama bin Laden is a simulated person as well. He was played by multiple actors who looked similar but not the same. His family was also linked to the Bush family. Once more his persona is immunized to any real investigation since he too is tied to powerful real families that are in on the hustle.

In summary, creating characters, as in the movies, is far simpler than finding real people to carry out simulated crimes. No industry is better at simulation than the world’s favorite content producer, Hollywool.

Simulation is the imitation of the operation of a real-world process or system over time.[1] The act of simulating something first requires that a model be developed; this model represents the key characteristics or behaviors/functions of the selected physical or abstract system or process. The model represents the system itself, whereas the simulation represents the operation of the system over time.

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10 thoughts on “Sim villians

  1. PeterShea

    mileswmathis.com/lennon.pdf

    just like the rest (elvis is jon cotner), he kinda wants us to know.
    mark staycer (or take heed! sir is still around) indeed.

    (paul McCartney (the real one) is very possibly neil aspinal (or kneel (as in (sir) paul)) who I
    believe faked his death also and exited stage left recently. the fifth beatle my arse!

    fakery fakery everywhere
    and we lap it up.

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    1. Tom Dalpra

      To Peter – and anyone else for that matter – one simple question. Do you think this guy is, or could be, John Lennon?

      www.youtube.com/watch?v=xJ5dqF…

      To me it would seem beyond obvious that it isn’t, but before I get carried away I was just checking that I’m not confused or something.

      Despite my skepticism here, I’m far from calling Lennon’s death ‘the official story’. Interesting stuff to look at. That J.D .Salinger book…then Hinckley too… an assassin theme… the turn of the 1980’s…I really remember those things happening at a formative age for me. I was 12 -13 years old.

      I should start a thread. I’ve been meaning to start a rock’n’roll thread for a while.

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      1. PeterShea

        hi tom. I have to say yes, it isn’t beyond the realms of possibility to me that staycer as seen here is the real john lennon. I need to go thru in more detail the link I posted above but what I have read already is very interesting.
        I haven’t looked too much into the case of lennon recently. I do believe that there were replacements for all beatles and the 1981 drama maybe involved the fake shooting of a fake lennon.
        (I recently came across this clip from 1965 shea stadium and i believe that here we could be seeing an early appearance from faul, and I also couldn’t swear that we are seeing the real john.
        www.youtube.com/watch?v=O5z8Sx… ).
        one thing is for sure and that is that we are being fucked with on many levels and the beatles have had their parts to play in some of said fuckery.

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        1. Tom Dalpra

          I hope Lennon did retire, as Jimbo says.

          That guy’s doing a bad impersonation of a young John Lennon, though Pete.
          Whoever he is.

          I thought this was interesting from Lemmy, who lived through that era. From about 1:00he says how they ”thought they could change the world but they were co-opted”.

          I had to sit through an advert. ho hum,

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  2. Tom Dalpra

    Well I think him changing looks was completely natural.

    Same guy early and later just chain smoked Gitanes and did too much charlie haha!

    If he had the odd double, fine, but he was a real individual, I believe. He was, and is, a real legend to me.
    I think these people exist! What do I think of him? He was alright.
    Not quite the level of psyopticon’s nonsense surrounding Hendrix but my concern here is that people lose sight of a credible person. A real guy, I think. A ‘remotely controlled’ dupe, perhaps, but an artist who was honest and believed what he was doing.

    I dunno. Big deal. Here’s a tribute I did to him on the joanna. Right at the end the sun came beaming through the window 🙂

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    1. Nemesis

      Nice tribute Tom, cool piano too, i only have a cheap electric one from Argos haha

      I believe Lennon was real too, the real driving force of the beatles no doubt and a fantastic songwriter, he’s up there with Hendrix too, and yes these guys had talent and something to say..just not buying into that these guys weren’t no good, over-rated etc, it wasn’t them saying that anyway..

      It’s quite easy to see Hendrix playing acoustic or hear Lennon’s demo for strawberry fields so i’m not sure if doubles/fakes would go to all that trouble..

      Just listen to ‘Tomorrow never knows’ to hear this guy was years ahead of everyone.

      Were they used, of course, both were major parts of pop culture in the 60s, but that doesn’t deny any of their talent.

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      1. Tom Dalpra

        That lovely grand piano is not mine Nemesis, notr is the decor! Globe et al! My £20 plastic 30 year old Yamaha is all I’ve got for home and gigging at the moment! Haha. My mate’s got this crazy place right out in the country. I love going there. 🙂

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  3. jimbo

    John Lennon was probably not shot and killed since John Kinkly Jr. is a sim himself. Lennon just retired from the music scene and lived in paradise on some island somewhere. Sounds good to me. Lennon and JFK probably hung out together on that island. The whole world is a stage.

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    1. ab Post author

      No need to go to an island. He could stay put eight there… Lennon changed looks which makes me think there were a few versions of him, at least in public.

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