Living in our world of mass delusion and mass hysteria, the public and the press somehow manages to get just about everything wrong. Well, here are 10 events I thought I'd set the record straight on, simply because the implications actually matter. The relevance I suppose is that if we're ever going to get anything right, we should at least know what the facts are to give us some kind of fighting chance, (microscopically, nano-wee as it may nonetheless be).
10. The Tate La Bianca Murders.
Charles Manson didn't initiate the Sharon Tate-La Bianca killings for Helter Skelter or race wars or anything else. All of that was theatrical bullshit dreamed up by the prosecutor and the go-along, brain-dead press.
A well-known friend of the family, Bobby Beausoleil, croaked a guy, Gary Hinman. It is well known and reported on. This happened before the Tate-La Bianca murders. Bobby, in a panic, then wrote "political piggy" on the wall to make it look like some kind of political killing instead of just a bad drug deal, which is all it was. It didn't work, he got arrested for the murder.
So then, the idea of the subsequent murders with "pigs" and "Helter Skelter" was planted in the minds of some of the Manson members and became another attempt hatched by some of the women at the ranch, not Manson, to throw the police off the trail again and spring their friend Bobby. After all, how could he have committed these latest political murders, (Tate-La Bianca) if he was in jail at the time? This is what actually happened.
9. The Assassination of JFK.
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Kennedy was killed by Oswald, for his own reasons, shooting alone. There was no grand conspiracy, grassy knolls, or Jello bowls. Know how I know? Because the entire sequence was wrong. Now think about the following:
OSWALD: (entering the room) Okay gentlemen, what's your pleasure?
GROUP OF RUTHLESS SOMBITCHS: Lee Harv, we'd like ya ta kill someone.
GROUP OF RUTHLESS SOMBITCHS: We'd like ya ta whack that bastard Jack Kennedy. Need it done real pronto like.
OSWALD: Okay, I've got a plan, here's what I'll do. I'll go to downtown L.A. N.Y, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, I dunno, and get some menial job somewhere up high in some high-rise building, and then I'll just wait for the sumbitch to drive by and when he does I whack 'im. That will be one hundred G's, half now, half later.
GROUP OF RUTHLESS SOMBITCHS: Wait a goddamn minute here! That's the big plan? Ya just gonna wait round hopin' he just happens to drive by! Ya know how many towns there are in this country? What hunnerds, thousands, millions, who knows? How many streets? Millions and millions. What makes ya think he'd even drive by there? It's just plain ridickalus!
OSWALD: Tell you what, I'll rub my lucky rabbit's foot.
You see, the sequence is off. He takes the job about 6 weeks before the shooting, Kennedy doesn't change his plans to come to Dallas until only 2 to 3 days ahead of the shooting. It's all Bass-Ackwards. Nobody, especially a paid conspiratorial hitman is going to take a job in a high rise somewhere and then just sit there and hope someday the president will come driving by, especially when he's not even scheduled to go there. There's just no way that sequence works.
The only retort you could have is that somebody in the president's own inner circle set him up. But guess what, no researcher, to my knowledge has ever implicated his inner group as being part of any conspiracy. And even if they were, the trip to Dallas doesn't come about until only about 2 to 3 days before. And now you really are grasping at straws. Give it up, the sequence just doesn't work.
8. The Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman Murders.
The prosecutor always had this case wrong to begin with, but it was LA and it is now mandatory by statute (Prop. 21890) that prosecutors always charge incorrectly. O.J. Simpson killed his wife with the knife she brought to the door to defend herself, making the proper charge murder two, no premeditation. This is why they could never find any evidence of the knife at O.J.'s home.
O.J. had a long standing history of being violently angry, fueled by booze and cocaine. Then he'd go over to Nicole's and beat her up. He never had a history of bringing weapons. This was his established pattern.
So, this time he showed up again at the door in his rage without the knife as was his established pattern, never intending to kill her, just beat her as usual. This last time Nicole, his wife, introduced the knife at the door and in his rage he then killed her. This fits the overall "pattern" of his assaults, it explains why the knife could not be traced.
7. John Lennon Murder.
John Lennon's killing was really a religious killing. A sort of Jihad, a Fatwa, thrown down on him. He was murdered by a guy who hated him because of Lennon's 1966 comments about being bigger than Jesus. He used to sing "Imagine" John Lennon dead, with his religious friends. At its core, it was a religious killing. You don't hear such things because in this country we have a "Gentleman's Agreement" in place that stipulates that we shall never speak ill of the other guys religion, lest he disparages ours.
6. The Burt Reynolds Nuptials.
Burt Reynolds, in the time honored Hollywood tradition, married Loni Anderson to prove he wasn't gay, which he wasn't. So watch the beauty here. Lots of gay guys don't marry women anymore to hide their gayness. But Burt who is straight, goes ahead and marries a women to prove he's actually straight, which he was to begin with. If you can figure it out, send me a note.
5. The Beatles and Paul being Dead.
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That whole incident was written off as just a bunch of loonies who made up crazy stories out of thin air, while smoking their favorite dope. But, is that official story true? No way. There absolutely was something to it. Consider only one piece of evidence, the license plate on the VW Beetle on Abbey Road that just happened to say "28 IF." Now folks, I am not a mathematician, but the odds of a license plate in the picture just happening to say "28 IF" which would have been the age of McCartney if he was alive (assuming his was dead) would be something like 77 billion to one. That license plate was purposely put there by someone, that could not have been an accident or coincidence.
I can't even tell you what WAS going on. Paul wasn't dead of course, but that whole thing was an inside joke. The Beatles were simply playing with the public and with each other. Those various "clues" were for their consumption and entertainment. Another great mystery solved.
4. Mike Tyson, the rapist.
Tyson went around raping women, not because of uncontrollable anger alone, but because he was always teased when younger because he spoke with a lisp. His raping activities were his way of trying to show how manly and tough he was, and not gay. This was more important for him than doing jail time. Nobody would call or think him a sissy again. Stupid, yes, but that was his M.O. He, himself, is probably not even aware of it.
3. Magic Johnson, the comedian.
Magic Johnson famously crooned that he "attained," yes that was the word, attained, the H.I.V. virus by having lots of sex with lots of different women. Ha.
2. The Founding Fathers.
Despite what you have been told and believe: None, and I repeat, none of the founding fathers (Washington, Jefferson, Franklin, Adams etc.) were Christians. Period. Here's one from Jefferson: "There is not one redeeming feature in our superstition of Christianity. It has made one half the world fools, the other half hypocrites.
1. Jesus the No-Show.
And number one-Ta da ta da. The most famous person, the most beloved person, the most revered person in the history of this wonderful world, didn't even exist!
I'm not going to belabor this one, but, the story that we attribute to Jesus, 12 disciples, virgin birth, walking on water, rise from dead in 3 days, bitch slapping the paraplegic (oh sorry, that's from a different story), was around in the area for a thousand years before and was used and attached to many, many other mythical figures (Dionysus, Horus, Romulus, tons of others, really.) It's the same recurring story, only the names are different. See the point? If you've got 150 guys over a thousand year period all with the same virgin birth, 3 days dead stories, you can only be drawn to one logical conclusion. Since you're not used to logical conclusions, I'll explain. What it means is that all of these guys were simply invented using the same old tried and true myth. The only difference is the Jesus myth, with a little help from Paul, really took off.
And so, what does it say about a world where its most famous and beloved person never even existed in the first place? I have an answer for that one too. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
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