America’s game has now become the world’s favorite pastime, and she is not just the WFFL’s latest superstar…but the future of humanity!
In a world secretly ruled by an organized crime pyramid with strange and mystical powers known as the Octagonal, and while a legend who harbors a dark secret strives for one last shot at glory in the twilight of his career, crime lord Gigi Salerno is the sinister hand casting the ultimate fate of victory or defeat.
And, he will utilize any means necessary to ensure the Octagonal remains in control of the world’s most popular game.
But when a brilliant team doctor envisions future WFFL rosters filled out with AI, Salerno’s masters secretly decide he’s expendable.
Now threatened by the intrepid ambitions of a young sports columnist determined to expose the Octagonal, and faced with the covert maneuvering of a once trusted lieutenant and the conflicted loyalties of an unscrupulous team general manager, Salerno is confronted with a dilemma: he may have to befriend one of his enemies to vanquish his double crossing masters.
Will he survive long enough to capture what he secretly desires most – the reluctant affections of a beautiful woman?
It has often been said pride comes before the fall.
However, when one observes mainstream news sources echoing what the author here at Newsspellcom.org concluded months ago concerning Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors (See: Should America buy what Elon is selling?), one cannot resist heralding the accuracy of one’s foresight.
The glaring question, however, is this: why suddenly have those in the mainstream media begun to bark like meat starved hounds over the obvious and utter folly demonstrated by Musk’s Tesla Motors?
Why now, have they chose to begin crucifying a media figure they had previously and so obsequiously lionized as a “next level genius”?
In this installment, one shall travel back to the 1980’s to examine a very intriguing if not prime example of the actor based reality as it applies to politics, television, music, and the entertainment industries.
Yet again, another popular entertainer has been caught portraying several roles under various pseudonyms – some of them more renowned than others. Nevertheless, for a spate of years spanning the 1980’s, this actor was seen by millions, and not only on television, but the silver screen, starring in what was perhaps the most iconic film series of the decade. Apparently, however, the fame and adulation derived from television and Hollywood wasn’t enough, for this actor went on to star in a role directly related to the notorious character of K Street Lobbyist, Jack Abramoff, who was examined in a previous installment.
Many who encounter the information reported at Newsspell for the first time may begin to think the author is in dire need of a one way ticket to the nearest mental health facility.
The information to follow shall certainly do nothing to dispel that notion.
Nevertheless, the author invites loyal readers and newcomers alike to conduct their own investigations, if only to corroborate, augment, or even counter one’s hypotheses.
After all, one should never accept at face value any information, whether delivered through the conduit of the mainstream media or discovered here. The real purpose of Newsspell is to encourage critical and individual thought, and to encourage skepticism at every turn, no matter how uncomfortably that may jostle delicate sensibilities. Discovering and reporting the truth as one understands it is never a safe endeavor.
The pursuit of and engagement with the unfettered process of free thought has become the terminal enemy of what has been termed “political correctness”, and seeking the truth in a world grown comfortable with lies reinforced by ham fisted, social behavioral modifications one often finds to be quite a solitary endeavor – but, so be it.
To say the very least, what one shall soon observe is truly stunning and controversial – and perhaps, even inconceivable.
This installment shall examine two prominent figures in American history, and while one is renowned for participating in a momentous event that has become known as the greatest engineering achievement in mankind’s history, the other, who portrayed an American president, is infamous for having been allegedly involved in a high-profile sex scandal.
Not only were both historical figures impostors, they were genealogically related, and the historical events they have become synonymous with, regardless of public perception, were in truth, mythical illusions.
The US government – as it is represented by the corporate, mainstream media, is merely a Hollywood inspired illusion, filled with characters portraying scripted roles, proxy vessels through which can be employed the machinations of social and political agendas.
Admittedly, as a novelist and creative artist who had once admired the considerable accomplishments of Alfred Hitchcock, one approached the subject of this installment with initial reluctance.
However, one cannot deny the implications of one’s investigations. And, considering what shall be revealed, the implications are indeed, of enormous proportions. One also cannot allow their selfish sense of betrayal, however palpable, to stand as an impenetrable garrison to discovering the truth about the world at large. As the author and his loyal readers are discovering, this world, and everything in it, are filled with deep and willful deceptions.
Alfred Hitchcock has been almost universally lauded among filmmakers as a masterful creator of indelible images, and a maestro of cinematic composition.
While it may seem inconceivable to those who still regard Hitchcock with the highest esteem, and perhaps even consider his reputation to be unimpeachable, no doubt they will loathe and even scorn the idea of the master thrown headlong from the dizzying heights of his lofty pedestal.
Painful as this terrible notion may be, one shall attempt to do just that.
Television – that panorama of intellectual and spiritual bankruptcy – remains as America’s insatiably fantastic playground of colorful images, tailored to pacify a nation populated by the perpetually bored, and the emotionally arrested.
During the daytime hours, millions can be found whittling away their vast energies better spent elsewhere in zombie-like dedication to the ringleader of a most ghastly entertainment, and human interest spectacle, known as “Doctor Phil.”
Turns out folks, not only is Doctor Phil an impostor, but a grotesquely drawn character portrayed by a famous host actor who was recently embroiled in allegations of sexual impropriety. One has also managed to discover, connections between “Doctor” Phil’s host actor and the British royal family.
Needless to say, America has been bamboozled, and for quite an extended time, held hostage to the willful mind games of a prevaricating fraud.
It bears repeating – but when one endeavored to begin this blog for the purpose of focusing on the sinister deceptions of the mainstream and alternative media, it was not wholly anticipated, though not thoroughly unexpected, that a certain renowned personality in the mainstream news industry and featured in this blog’s maiden installment, would go on to figure so prominently in helping to perpetuate such blatant deceptions.
Such, however, are life’s never ending and unfolding discoveries.
In part one, concerning the identity of the host actor portrayed former American Vice President Joseph Biden, one left off with an intuitive speculation that the Rockefellers, perhaps the most renowned family of American merchant bankers of the last century, and our man of interest, news anchor Brian Williams, had colluded – perhaps facilitated through genealogical relations – to create the living myth of the political character known to American history as Joe Biden.
“In the future, everyone will be world famous for fifteen minutes.” – Andy Warhol, while appearing in a program featuring an exhibition of his work at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden in 1968.
For many, the concept of fame is at once elusive, and yet simultaneously, insatiable and beguiling – to be loved, adored, and admired by millions of strangers – to the extent those in dogged pursuit are willing to sacrifice their priceless integrity for its treasures of material spoils.
In the post-modern age, one finds that the concept of fame has been compromised, not so much predicated on meretricious achievement, but rather, considerably more superficial and ulterior factors.
With this installment, one shall feature a demonstrative, but brief portrait, of an individual whose quixotic pursuit and rather unlikely eclipse of glorious fame, however short-lived, was no doubt manufactured for reasons other than inherent talents. Continue reading “This is how American idols are made”→