The famous actor Randy Quaid and his wife Evi are in Canada, in an attempt to elude the Hollywood Star-Whackers who are supposedly out to get them. The two were facing extradition to California, which would have placed them at the mercy of the very conspiracy from which they were running.
On February 23, the Quaids were successful in their attempt to fight that extradition.
American actor Randy Quaid says he's won his legal fight to stay in Canada, after the Canada Border Services Agency dropped inadmissibility proceedings against him.Evi Quaid's father was born in Canada, huh? Well, that's convenient.
Randy and Evi Quaid applied for refugee status in October, claiming they were being persecuted in the U.S. and were possible targets of so-called "Hollywood star-whackers" who were bent on killing actors.
"We feel our lives are in danger," she said at the time of their refugee application.
It turned out that because Evi Quaid's father was born in Canada, she was granted Canadian citizenship on Feb. 10. That allowed her to sponsor Randy as an immigrant.
A bit too convenient, if you ask me.
I have already compellingly argued the case that Randy and Evi Quaid are themselves the Star-Whackers. That it is actually they who are at the head of the vast conspiracy targeting Hollywood actors.
And it seems pretty plain that their latest target is "Two and a Half Men" star Charlie Sheen.
Just one day after the Quaids's very convenient successful extradition fight, Mr. Sheen appeared on a radio program hosted by the famous conspiracy theorist Alex Jones.
Over the course of this radio interview, Mr. Sheen made or is alleged to have made some provocative statements. New York magazine has a list of what it conspiratorially calls "The Eleven Most Inexplicable Quotes From Today's Charlie Sheen Radio Meltdown." (Please note that a radio interview is described by the mainstream press as a "meltdown.")
Among those "inexplicable" quotes:
"I'm sorry, man, but I've got magic. I've got poetry in my fingertips. Most of the time — and this includes naps — I'm an F-18, bro. And I will destroy you in the air. I will deploy my ordinance to the ground."and
"If you love with violence and you hate with violence, there's nothing that can be questioned. People say, 'Oh, you'd better work through your resentments.' Yeah, no. I'm gonna hang on to them, and they're gonna fuel my attack. And they're going to fuel the battle cry of my deadly and dangerous and secret and silent soldiers. Because they're all around you. Sorry, you thought you were just messing with one dude. Winning."The only way any of that is "inexplicable" (i.e., "unexplainable"), is if you are deliberately keeping your eyes closed, to avoid facing the unavoidable truth.
Mr. Sheen is playing on a different field from the rest of us.
And for his trouble? The Star-Whacker conspiracy has struck at arguably its biggest celebrity yet.
As Two And A Half Men star Charlie Sheen's erratic behavior escalated today in a series of verbal assaults on the show's creator-executive producer Chuck Lorre, the sitcom's network and studio did the only thing they could in the situation: pull the plug. But they only did it for this season. (Two and a Half Men was scheduled to resume production on Monday for 4 more episodes). So the door is left open for a possible ninth season. "Based on the totality of Charlie Sheen’s statements, conduct and condition, CBS and Warner Bros TV have decided to discontinue production of Two and a Half Men for the remainder of the season," the two companies said in a statement.That quote above is taken from Deadline Hollywood, which is clearly part of the Star-Whacker party line. Pulling the plug on the highly successful and lucrative show was "the only thing they could do." This based on Mr. Sheen's conduct and condition.
It seems pretty clear that this attack on Mr. Sheen had more to do with the fact that Evi and Randy Quaid are now completely safe and legal in their new power center in Canada.
Don't forget: "Two and a Half Men" makes an astonishing amount of money for CBS and Warner Bros. Money that CBS and Warner Bros. both need to make. The circumstances need to be extraordinary for those corporations to "pull the plug" on something that makes that much money.
The Star-Whacker conspiracy is extraordinary.
For his part, Mr. Sheen isn't taking this quietly. He is still in there, still fighting. Unfortunately, he is firing back at the creator of "Two and a Half Men," in the form of an open letter:
What does this say about Haim Levine [Chuck Lorre] after he tried to use his words to judge and attempt to degrade me. I gracefully ignored this folly for 177 shows ... I fire back once and this contaminated little maggot can't handle my power and can't handle the truth. I wish him nothing but pain in his silly travels especially if they wind up in my octagon. Clearly I have defeated this earthworm with my words -- imagine what I would have done with my fire breathing fists. I urge all my beautiful and loyal fans who embraced this show for almost a decade to walk with me side-by-side as we march up the steps of justice to right this unconscionable wrong.It's a testament to the power of the Star-Whacker conspiracy that Mr. Sheen doesn't realize it's actually they who are orchestrating the attacks against him. "Two and a Half Men" creator Chuck Lorre is just a patsy -- an unwitting tool of Randy and Evi Quaid. (Don't forget that Mr. Lorre is also the creator of a program called "Mike & Molly," which was recently attacked by the Star-Whackers.)
Remember these are my people ... not yours...we will continue on together...
This is not over. Not so long as the Quaids are in Canada, protected by their laws, with no fear of extradition.
The Quaids, safe in Canada, orchestrate.