Tuesday, November 2, 2010

The insidious Star Whacker conspiracy

Suppose you were a famous Hollywood performer who had appeared in more than 100 movies and television programs. Suppose your eccentric behavior got you kicked off a production and banned for life from Actor's Equity. Suppose you hadn't worked in a while. Suppose you broke into the home you used to own and "squatted" on the property. Suppose you didn't have quite enough money to pay all your hotel bills, and you had to skip out on them. Suppose you fled to Canada to avoid your troubles in America, and were having trouble convincing the authorities in that country to grant you asylum.

After awhile, is it just entirely possible you might look at your life and your decisions and think, "Mistakes were made"?

Not if you're Randy Quaid. You see, Randy Quaid is a special case. He is at the heart of a dark Hollywood conspiracy. The nefarious "star whackers" are after him.

All of his troubles, from the banning for life by Actor's Equity to the Canadian immigration problems, can be traced back to this insidious group that will stop at nothing to damage the reputations of famous Hollywood celebrities.

They've even been known to kill.

Don't believe it? Well, then how do you explain Lindsay Lohan's problems? Mel Gibson's? Robert Blake's? Heath Ledger's death? Michael Jackson's death?

The proof is all around. Clearly, these performers have been taken down by forces outside their own control. The Star Whackers.

What -- you have some other explanation? That these celebrities engaged in self-destructive behavior? Well, that explanation might hold for one or two of these stars -- but for all of them? Do you really expect anyone with a serious mind to accept the notion that Hollywood celebrities might knowingly engage in behavior that would put their careers, and even their lives, at risk?

Now who's crazy?

Yeah, right. Mel Gibson wasn't drugged before his audio-taped tirade. Heath Ledger really did accidentally overdose. Wink.

Randy Quaid and his wife Evi know the truth. They are bravely pulling back the curtain and exposing the insidious Star Whacker conspiracy. It's the only thing that makes sense, given everything they've been through.
Randy Quaid, 60, an Oscar-nominated actor, denied that he and his wife were on drugs or mentally unstable.

"To have my integrity and my reputation so denigrated so mercilessly - why?" he said. "Why would somebody want to do this to me?"



Think about every Hollywood performer who has ever been involved in anything scandalous. Think of every Hollywood performer who has ever passed away at a younger-than-the-national-average age. Think of the damaged reputations, the shattered dreams, the tattered lives. The reach of the Star Whackers is long. I probably shouldn't have written this. My only hope is that my ironic tone will lead the Star Whackers to believe that I don't take any of this cockamamie story seriously. Also, I will quote H.L. Mencken:

The central belief of every moron is that he is the victim of a mysterious conspiracy against his common rights and true deserts. He ascribes all his failure to get on in the world, all of his congenital incapacity and damfoolishness, to the machinations of werewolves assembled in Wall Street, or some other such den of infamy.

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3 comments:

Melissa said...

My students think the Star Whackers are after them, too. That's how long their reach is. It extends all the way to Iowa.

gang stalking said...

I believe Randy is likely a Gang Stalking target. This very simply means that at some point in his past under these occupational health and safety laws, he ended up on a list. The lists are put together by what are called Threat Assessment Teams. Once on the list, your life is systemically destroyed. You are followed around, stalked, and everyone you come in contact with get's a letter or information about why you are on the list.

It's believed that Britney, Lindsay Lohan, and Mel Gibson ended up on the list. The problem with these lists is that a lot of times they spread false rumors, or they just poison the person social circle. Eg. Someone get's a letter saying celebrity X is a danger to themselves or others, should only be seen in pairs, this goes out to everyone that person is in contact with, online and offline. Then some people around the target deliberately follow them around, monitor their online communications, and a variety of other things. Apparently all legel under these Threat Assessment Guidelines, and all fully capable of destroying someone's life. This is the information that should be getting out there. The Targets of Gang Stalking are not mentally ill in many cases or on drugs, they are targeted and need to get the media to expose what is happening.

Two years ago, Randy Quaid had some co-workers file a complaint and I think he is on the list. They filed a complaint that he was physically and verbally abusive. He says it was not true, but the truth is likely in there somewhere.

A.Jaye said...

I was having a good old laugh until that low rent trophy wife said Mel Gibson was set up.

Those two are a pair of reality tv seekers. If you're and American why seek political asylum anywhere but France?

Unless of course you've got a bit of gypsy in ya.