13 thoughts on “DCP-George Michael

  1. UNrealUNreal

    Fat & Ugly George

    There might be more conspiracy candy to be had from George Michael. The gossip rumor-mill has ran some pretty astounding images of a very overweight George Michael that make good old George less sweet than him seemingly eating sweets. There might be asked some questions about whether the fat George is the same as thin George. Either way, he’ll still sell a lot of albums and be hailed every Christmas.

    GEORGE MICHAEL: Weight Problems Before Death
    (TMZLive Youtube channel – 04:35)



    1. UNrealUNreal

      The general public probably will have to keep their image of “thin George” to continue buying his albums and “collector” items. Maybe the “fat George” is more for the alternative youtubers to continue digging rabbit-holes for the growing alternative audience to fall into ?

      As far as disguise, if GM just loose his glasses and trimmed beard and dress more casual, it would already be close to impossible to recognize him. In addition, GM was a “falling” star (angel/angle) and no longer all the hype he was before,,, His death is a win-win situation where he still can ensure his place in the public story (history) and the record-companies earn a decent penny (not that they need it).

      From what i understand, the alternative media is destined to be the new mainstream that live and nurture themselves from controversy on Youtube. To feed the ever-growing “liberal” Youtubers, this”fat George” imagery is the kind of material the Youtube presenters (news anchors/news agents) will thrive on. The “new” media is Youtube and Youtube is “alternative”.

      Meet the New Boss, Same as the Old Boss

      The Who lyric from Won’t Get Fooled Again ( Pete Townshend – 03:38 mm:ss )


  2. Tom DalpraTom Dalpra

    Both Christmas Day editions of the two most popular UK Soap Operas , Coronation Street and Eastenders featured the song ‘Last Christmas’ playing in the background.
    Further to this, and perhaps more notable, the Eastenders episode also featured a scene where three characters in a pub – now devoid of music due to a power cut- opened Christmas Crackers and began to read ‘quiz’ questions from them. The ‘strange’ thing is , they all turned out to be the same question with the same answer- ”Wham, Last Christmas”.

    ‘That’s weird’ someone says, and then we’re distracted by a phone call straight to a hospital where a guy is due for a life saving transplant Op.

    50-27 mins in this BBC iplayer version (not sure if links directly) for the Christmas Cracker scene.
    www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b086zrzc/eastenders-25122016…

    With these scenes normally shot days in advance and with no admission from the BBC of a last minute script change to accommodate George Michael’s demise this ‘coincidence’ of the ‘strange’ triplicate ‘Wham-Last Christmas’ answers seems a ‘coincidence’ too far.
    A ‘dramatic- subliminal’ reference, if you will, In our faces.

    ”Wham, Last Christmas, Wham, Last Christmas, Wham, Last Christmas” – weird that….

  3. UNrealUNreal

    It’s Just Like a Movie

    Russianvids make the issue of George Michael very complex.

    The overly unlikely timing and probable commercial exploitation this event will have is just over the top, just like the first witnesses and events of live terror drills reminds us (HRDPAR). It seems the purpose of such blatant propaganda (in alt media/researchers view) would be to enforce the cognitive dissonance in the public, and that the goal actually would be to come across as unbelievable.

    This strategy work in a direct way on the general public, where their conscious mind do not allow to accept this event to be anything else than real, but the unconscious mind probably is unable to avoid the unlikely chain of events. The operation would also be beneficial for the PTB towards the truth seeker community. From this event they feed their agents who can use this psyop to augment their audience and in a second phase create the same cognitive dissonance as in the general public through attaching additional meanings and theories that lead nowhere.

    Also, as we shift from MSN towards bigger alternative audiences, the importance of feeding the “alt” channels with conspiracy candy should not be underestimated, especially in such an opportune season when most people have some spare time (and a lot of sweets).

    1. Hoi PolloiHoi Polloi

      I can verify that this Christmas season, on commercial radio stations and commercial streams they were playing the song “Last Christmas I gave you my heart … ” countless times.

      It was literally every time the radio was on. Or an Internet radio station like I Heart Christmas. Or the TV radio station. I cannot overestimate the disgust I felt from having to be exposed to this song over and over and over and over this year.

      It, and covers of it, were constantly on this year. More than I’ve *ever* heard this song before.

      It feels like a big campaign involving big money. Just my 2 cents on this subject.

    2. xileffilex

      ” ..the unconscious mind [the general public’s I infer] probably is unable to avoid the unlikely chain of events”

      Can you please elaborate for the simpler awakening fakeologist, Unreal? I don’t see any great widespread doubting of this suspiciously reported “death” and I also don’t see any parallel with something like the LiveLeak “lets all pretend to die in a car bombing” video which had a definite water muddying agenda behind the LL watermark.

      1. UNrealUNreal

        @xileffilex

        In my commentary i tried to draw a parallel between the inner workings of two types of common psyops – HRDPAR & DCP events.

        My phrasing surely isn’t very clear. My point is basically that the two above-mentioned types of events aim for cognitive dissonance in a similar manner. The general public will have two different and incompatible understandings of the propaganda made for HRDPAR & DCP events. The conscious understanding is to believe what is argued by the MSM. The unconscious mind will however pick up on the contrivances in the mainstream media story, regardless of the indoctrination of the conscious mind (imo).

        in the big lie there is always a certain force of credibility; because the broad masses of a nation are always more easily corrupted in the deeper strata of their emotional nature than consciously or voluntarily; and thus in the primitive simplicity of their minds they more readily fall victims to the big lie than the small lie, since they themselves often tell small lies in little matters but would be ashamed to resort to large-scale falsehoods. It would never come into their heads to fabricate colossal untruths, and they would not believe that others could have the impudence to distort the truth so infamously
        — Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

  4. Questioning Our Realityquestioningourreality

    Look, I get it. I do. “Last Christmas” may be Michael’s best-known song, largely thanks to its longevity; it’s up there with Mariah Carey’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You” in terms of being one of those songs you hear all through December every damn year. This year, Michael passed away on Christmas Day, which is a tragic coincidence.

    George Michael “Last Christmas” Jokes Are Not Appropriate Following His Death:

    www.bustle.com…

    1. patrix

      Interesting. I watched some of the Amy Winehouse documentary with my new fakeologist eyes and definitely got the notion it was a “fakeumentary” even though it’s claimed to have been recorded after her death with mostly amateur footage.

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