Tuesday 7 January 2020

Ricky Gervais Golden Globe Speech

Ricky Gervais is a comedian best known for creating and starring in the TV sitcom The Office. This year he was the master-of-ceremonies at the Golden Globe Awards. Like the Academy Awards, the Golden Globe is one of the biggest celebrations on the Hollywood calendar. All the most famous stars in cinema attend to pick up their trophies or to watch others doing so. Gervais' speech was not what anybody expected and has proved beyond doubt that he is well and truly "based". He opens by saying: "You'll be pleased to know that this is the last time I'll be hosting these Awards." I've no doubt that is true; in fact I'll eat my hat if he ever gets invited back again! At 3:30 he makes a joke about Jeffery Epstein's fake suicide and adds: "I know he's your friend!" The audience gasp and hoot with a mixture of amusement and confused derision. At 5:20 he tells a joke about Prince Andrew. Ricky repeats several times: "I don't care!" and he doesn't. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8OsbArDRZeQ. Just remember, Ricky Gervais did not kill himself! It is encouraging that things like this happen. I was just talking about it today with an old Truther friend and we considered this a sign of the times. Cover-ups are becoming harder to engineer and maintain. Oddly enough just after this speech a number of media outlets began distributing pictures that are allegedly photographs of Epstein's prison cell; for example see: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/01/06/jeffrey-epstein-left-note-complaining-prison-conditions-images/. However, these are very different from the initial photos and diagrams published of his cell, see background links below. The cell in these new photos looks far less "suicide proof" than the original ones. See here for a good analysis: https://www.bitchute.com/video/BJTBG5eWuJs/. The other suspicious elements are also present, such as that CCTV cameras were trained on the prisoner at all times; and that warders were on standby just fifteen feet away. These new media spots sound like a reaction to Ricky Gervais' speech. They hope to dampen the rising tide of awareness in the people. They have as much chance of that as King Canute.

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