Bill O’Reilly, shape shifter, revisited

This post is a re-visit as I promised commenter Graemebird a while back. The subject in question is TV host Bill O’Reilly, and my contention is that he is a zombie, and once went by the name Bobby Fuller, whose only lasting hit was a song called “I fought the law.”

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Thom Hartmann: Government stooge

I have been reviewing past work concerning Brandon deWilde, who in my opinion faked his death in 1972 in order to become radio personality and author Thom Hartmann. Mr. deWilde was a somewhat familiar face to me.  I probably saw episodes of Alfred Hitchcock, Wagon Train or Hawaii Five-O as a kid. deWilde was a familiar face for a few years on our TV screens. He did not stand out to me, but I do have a faded memory of that face.

Brandon deWilde was good friends (and is anyone surprised?), with Gram Parsons, whom we have outed here as also faking his death (“their death,” as Parsons was a set of twins). This is a red flag for deWilde, being buddies with another zombie. Also note this from Wikipedia, concerning his death in Lakewood, Colorado, just a few miles from where I live:

DeWilde’s final western role was in Dino De Laurentiis‘ 1971 spaghetti western The Deserter, one year before his death.[8]

That “[8]” is a spook marker, along with 11,27, 33 and all the variations. It’s a way of spooks telling other spooks that the death was fake.

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Identity fraud

AAA Lineup

The progression of personalities through the various mediums has been an ongoing subject of interest on this blog. People, Intelligence assets it appears, or perhaps just members of privileged bloodlines, are given an assignment, for instance, to be a musician. They are given fame and record deals and concert dates. From the outside looking in they appear to be a natural phenomenon. Then, for various reasons (unsustainable career, lack of talent, need to promote new acts, or merely to capitalize on record sales) they fake their deaths. Often they disappear from public view forever, as did Karen Carpenter, John Denver, Prince, Elvis Presley, Kurt Cobain and Michael Jackson, to name a few.

But just as often, we have noticed at this blog, they reappear. Most often they go into the “news” business, or use of a fake but trustworthy persona to disseminate false information. Such people often guard the exits, as with Brandon DeWilde becoming “Thom Hartmann” and Janis Joplin twins becoming “Amy Goodman.” These are “lifetime actors” … that is, they will never reveal to anyone their secret or their real identity. They are permanently frozen in their fake identities.

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Magic markers …

I got into a debate over at the Beatles Never Existed blog and posted some of our evidence about Bill Hicks becoming Alex Jones, or at least links to it. I find it interesting how I am immediately suspected of being disinfo, of deliberately planting lies. This is a universal problem, as so many of the supposed truthers out there are in fact disinfo agents. The obvious ones are Dallas Goldbug, Jim Fetzer, Alex Jones, Crrow777, and some less so. I think sometimes that anyone who has a forum is disinfo. The ones who are real … we don’t hear too much about.

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Stu Sutcliffe/Andy Warhol reviewed


Part 1: The nature of the Beatles (reference The Beatles Never Existed (TBNE))

sutcliffe-2My assertion is that Stu Sutcliffe was an Intelligence asset who faked his death in 1961, and was reassigned the role of artist Andy Warhol. To understand this is useful to understand the context of both the Beatles, with whom Sutcliffe was supposedly the first bass player, and the art scene of that era, which was infiltrated by Intelligence to remove meaningful content from it.

We know now of at least six Beatles, that is, the “McCartney” and “Lennon” twins, George and Ringo.  TBNE insists on more than one George and Ringo as well. We’ve not done any research here on the matter, but we have spotted two John’s and two Paul’s and a few body doubles too. Since we have tied this to their photographs as children, we think the evidence strong. (Note: I do not assume with any of these people, the Beatles or Sutcliffe, that we know their real names.)

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No more twins!

We went off the tracks here with the twins business. We had discovered real twins in show business, knew of the ability of the industry to keep its secrets, and using some credible photographic analysis coupled with confirmation bias, projected too much.

So far I have examined four sets of twins, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Robert De Niro and Jennifer Aniston. They’re all in the reccycle bin. While Straight still thinks that Beyoncé is a twin, I told him that if I cannot defend it, I cannot assert it. I don’t think she is a twin – it was just a publicity stunt involving alter ego Sasha Fierce that promoted the aberrant photos that led me off track. It was confirmation bias, writ large.

Beyond that, I am finding myself echoing the sentiments of a few commenters as I sweat out these matters … so what? So what about twins? They don’t matter. They are not interesting. They are just show business people.

I am going to get out of the twin-spotting business, to de-link the entire list with cautionary notes on each, and get on with my life with a hard lesson learned. There might indeed be a set or two of twins in there – some nuggets among the fool’s gold. Jared Leto comes to mind, having, like Elvis, both a music and acting career at once. If so, more power to him/them. The ones I left on the list – Rihanna, Drake, Joplin etc., I regard as defensible.

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Jimi Hendrix/Cornel West revisited

See Addendum below on dental comparisons.

for-openingOne of the “zombies” we discovered some time ago was Jimi Hendrix/Cornell West. This particular assertion has created doubt, even within our group of writers here. At least part of that doubt comes from rookie caliber work – I was new at this and easily satisfied once it was established in my head that I had found a match. Consequently, others did not see what I saw, and naturally thought I had reached. I’ve got a lot more experience now, and can maybe do a better job here.

I have redone the Hendrix/West match not with the idea that I needed to prove I was right, but from scratch and letting the photos talk to me. They either convey a match or they do not.

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