Top Ten Hollywood MK-Ultra Victims

I’ll name ten Hollywood starlets and give reasons why I believe they could be MK-Ultra victims.

One of these ten women could be an MK-Ultra victim. Or five might victims and five aren’t. Maybe all ten are victims. I don’t know. The important thing is if this sort of thing goes on and Roseanne Barr is telling the truth, the CIA and MK-Ultra rules Hollywood. If even one of these women are a victim then justice needs to be served and secrets brought to light.

#1. Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie Shh

Angelina Jolie likes to cut herself. Cutting is usually a sign of some sort of abuse usually physical or sexual. She seems to be in Omega mode lately in the tabloids. To slowly kill yourself is known as code green. Angelina Voight has been cutting herself like a Virginia Ham on Thanskgiving. That was the line Angelina used when she confronted the now dead Brittany Murphy on her cutting in Girl Interuppted.

Angelina Voight shills for the United Nations World Government. Her Father is a shill for Israel. She seems to be estranged from Jon Voight because of the Illuminati. In Tombraider the only lines she ever shared with her Father onscreen was about the Illuminati. The Illuminat are the ones creating these mind controlled slaves through their intelligence agencies.

Angelina was in The Good Shepherd a movie about the CIA. She seemed to be specifically picked for the role because the Skull & Bones secret society and their control of the CIA and their work in mind control. I think Robert Deniro suspects she is one of the women at Rothschild’s parties like in the movie Eyes Wide Shut. Angelina has good reason to be paranoid and mentally ill while she’s surrounded by people from organizations like the CFR and the United Nations.

That picture of her with a horse is just not right. She is #1 MK Ultra victim for sure.

#2. Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato is another cutter with mysterious mental problems like Angelina Voight. I think the diagnosis is bipolar. She was raised by Disney like Britney Spears. She hasn’t shaved her head but she was in Princess Protection Program which reminded me of Eyes Wide Shut. What if she isn’t bipolar but a Monarch slave that needs programming from time to time from her handlers? I don’t trust the Disney company. It seems to draw pedophiles who want to work with little kids.

#3. Britney Spears

Britney Spears

Britney Spears also has mental problems and used Monarch symbols in alot of her videos. She was also raised by Disney. There are alot of videos on youtube about Britney’s mind control. K-fed said he suspects she is a multiple. She goes into different voices for different personalities. Everyone remembers when she shaved her head while wearing the 666 star of Solomon.

#4 Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus Shh

Miley Cyrus is even raunchier than Britney. I think she gives President Clinton blowjobs.

#5. Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman’s father died amid pedophile allegations. Kid man is a name for a child white slaver. Did Nicole Kidman’s father come from a long line of white child slavers? She was the star of Eyes Wide Shut. I think Stanley Kubrick hired her because he knew of the Satanic child slaver history. Kidman’s father was accused of being part of the Ninth Circle Satanic Cult which included Queen Elizabeth II and Pope Francis. I think Kidman’s dad was like Milich from Eyes Wide Shut selling his daughter into slavery.

#6. Halle Berry

Halle Berry

Halle Berry revealed she tried to kill herself when she divorced from David Justice. She made a movie about multiple personality disorder called Frankie & Alice. She was also in a movie called Gothika with Penelope Cruz about Psychiatric abuse by sadistic doctors. Halle Berry is either trying to shed light on the problem or is a victim herself.

#7 Madonna

Madonna Shh

Madonna admits to being raped when she first came to New York. She also lived in an abandoned synagogue there and made Satanic films like one called A Certain Sacrifice. She seems to show all the sings of being a beta sex kitten. She is another star who uses alot of Monarch symbolism in her videos. I’ve read that Kabbalah is used in programming in the Illuminati mind control book by Fritz Sprinmeier. Fritz alleges Madonna was a replacement for Marilyn Monroe. I personally think Kissinger and Associates keeps her in New York to be close to the action in the United Nations. People allege that Dr. K is an MK-Ultra pimp, the most glamorous job in counter intelligence. I really believe Henry Kissinger is the pimp of all pimps keeping his ho’s in check with his poop fetish blackmail. Oh Henry!

#8. Catherine Zeta Jones

Zeta Jones Shh

Zeta Jones was in softcore porn when she was younger. She seems to need to go for tune ups for bipolar disorder. What’s the story with these Hollywood starlets? I’m starting to see a pattern of sexualized, exploited, beta sex kitten slaves getting pimped out by Kissinger and the Rothschilds for their sex parties. I have the least evidence for Zeta Jones but I’ll include her in the list.

#9. Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts Conspiracy Theory

In the movie Conspiracy Theory Mel Gibson is the victim while Julia Roberts plays a justice attorney. I’ve read that Julia Roberts came from an abusive household. She had an abusive stepfather. Maybe it wasn’t Mel’s character that was the victim in that movie. Her brother Eric Roberts tried to get her to talk about it but she’s keeping her mouth shut. She plays the happy hooker in Pretty Woman, the role that brought her to stardom. Most of these stars come from poor backgrounds I can see how the ones from abusive, incestous homes full of trauma get hand picked for stardom and Monarch slavery.

#10. Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj

People are very familiar with Nicki Minaj’s MPD. She openly admits to having multiple personality disorder. She came from an abusive home with an abusive father. I think the abuse was sexual in nature and that it continues now that she is a star and can influence the youth.

CONCLUSION

One Monarch star is one too many. If you want to know more read Cathy O’Brien’s book Trance Formation of America.

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Julia Roberts MK’d

Julia Roberts

I remember reading in my mom’s tabloid that Julia Roberts was abused by her father. She had a falling out with her brother Eric Roberts over it. If she was sexually abused she is a prime candidate for MK-Ultra. Is Julia Roberts MK’d? Her shirt tells me YES!

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His Pursuers are Not Theoretical

Conspiracy Theoy Gibson

— Movie Review —
“Conspiracy Theory”

Directed by Richard Donner; written by Brian Helgeland; produced by Joel Silver and Richard Donner; released by Warner Brothers. Running time: 135 minutes. Cast: Mel Gibson (Jerry Fletcher), Julia Roberts (Alice Sutton), Patrick Stewart (Dr. Jonas) and Cylk Cozart (Agent Lowry). This film is rated R. It includes taking the name of the Lord in vain and violence.

by Michael A. Hoffman II Copyright©1997 All Rights Reserved

The chief defense of the conspirators in this Age of Revelation (revelations largely made by the conspirators themselves), against prosecution and punishment for their crimes, has been to confuse the truth and mix it into a salad bowl of falsehood.

The agents of the System have seeded the ideas that everything causes cancer and everyone killed Kennedy. The corollary being that the study of the food that makes one ill and the food that nourishes is so fraught with counter-claims and ambiguity as to be impossible to unravel, therefore eat anything you want because you’ll get cancer no matter what you do.

In a similar process, the competing solutions to the riddle of who killed Kennedy seem to carry equal degrees of plausibility in the mind of the public: Castro did it and so did the anti-Castroites; the Communists killed him and so did the anti-Communists; it was the CIA; the Mafia; the military-industrial complex; the Mossad, MI5, the masons, the Birchers, your grandmother and my Uncle Ned.

After a time the whole JFK investigation dissolves into a stew of contradictions more puzzling than the original mystery and we are left demoralized and apathetic. If everyone killed Kennedy then in a sense no one did, because indictment and punishment are impossible when faced with such a miasma of conflicting theories.

As the deliberately planted confusion grows, so does the establishment’s hypnotic suggestion that conspiracy investigators are an obnoxious nuisance and just plain nuts. That has been the state of the chess game between those seeking to bring the conspirators to justice and those seeking to cover up for them so that they might continue in power.

But now we have a new revelation, in the form of the movie “Conspiracy Theory” which restores credibility to the investigators and validates their concerns.

In a subject freighted with the pompous and melodramatic, “Conspiracy Theory” disarms us with the saving grace of humor, introducing N.Y. cabbie Jerry Fletcher (Mel Gibson) in several comic vignettes that endear us to him in spite of his whacky, paranoid beliefs. In the first third of the film we’re sure he’s delusional but he’s won our affection with his goofy love of life (the film’s theme-song includes the significant song lyric, “I thank God I’m alive”).

And Jerry is delusional. But he’s also right. How’s that? Well, the movie shows that Jerry mixes about the same level of fact, fiction and fantasy as other conspiracy theorists. But the film makes the important point that some of it is valid, that Jerry is on to something and that just because he’s wrong on some things does not signify that everything he asserts is wrong.

Jerry talks a lot of trash. He says George Bush is a 33rd degree Freemason (he’s not, he’s a member of the Skull and Bones society). He claims that if Hollywood director Oliver Stone was really telling the truth in his conspiracy epics, he would have been killed by now. (Jerry is ignorant of the Revelation of the Method process, in which the conspirators of the modern era sanction the release of secrets about their operations).

He’s obsessed with J.D. Salinger’s over-rated novel of adolescent alienation, “A Catcher in the Rye” (the favorite of John Lennon’s assassin), though he admits he hasn’t read it. (This writer knows of no occult or conspiratorial elements in the book).

Jerry also maintains that all serial killers have two names, but all assassins have three. He notes that serial killers Ted Bundy and David Berkowitz have two names while assassins Lee Harvey Oswald and James Earl Ray have three. In this respect, Jerry’s full of it. The top serial killer of all time, with 33 victims, was John Wayne Gacy, a three-name serialist. Huey Long’s killer was reported to be Carl Weiss, a two-name assassin. Jerry’s wrong, but what prophet or mystic or hunch-player isn’t, sometimes? The guy with the uncanny knack for playing the stock market or the horses is not infallible, he’s wrong almost as often as he’s right, but he’s right enough times to earn his living at it.

In the realm of conspiracy-denial, the tendency is to dismiss someone like Jerry because he’s got his serial killer and assassin nomenclature wrong or because he slips on George Bush’s background. But the fact is, Jerry is right enough times for a powerful government agency to want him dead.

It turns out that Jerry is an MK-Ultra initiate who goes in and out of various states of lucidity and delusion. Much of what he says is nonsense but the kernel of truth he possesses is so potentially lethal that it justifies his paranoia.

And that’s the message of “Conspiracy Theory.” Sure there are a lot of nuts investigating conspiracies these days and plenty of disinformation, just like in the daily newspaper. But just because the daily newspaper seeks to delude us by printing nonsensical claims that the Israeli government is benevolent and the Federal Reserve is Constitutional, doesn’t mean that we should reject it when it prints a story about a local restaurant opening or our old elementary school teacher dying. We sift and analyze and continue to use the daily paper as a source about which we apply our powers of critical thinking and analysis.

This is what the film “Conspiracy Theory” is telling us. Don’t dismiss every suggestion that “our” government is in conspiracy against us. The fundamental wisdom concerning this world is that appearances are deceptive. Nothing is what it seems. Be vigilant.

“Conspiracy Theory” boosts our morale by showing the badly outgunned Jerry Fletcher fighting back and resisting the enormous forces arrayed against him. Time and again he foils the smug Federal agents who pursue him with state-of-the-art black helicopters, cell phones and squads of hit-men in new vans. In one scene he ties up traffic and eludes his high-tech pursuers in nothing more than a broken down old car abandoned on a bridge. The repeated frustrations of the pursuing “spooks” is a joy to behold.

“Conspiracy Theory” also serves as a message of empowerment to the hordes of Americans who do believe in conspiracies but who have gotten the wrong message from them and have become paralyzed in fear of an all-powerful Federal government. Their response is to hoard all the money they can, find a hideout somewhere and wait out Armageddon.

Millions have fallen victim to this paralysis. They have left the field of battle without a figurative shot being fired, while victory was still possible, because their opponents seeded into their minds the notion that all resistance is futile, which is the strategy of Sun Tzu, “The superior man wins the battle without fighting.”

But Jerry Fletcher fights the battle, against great odds–like every man worthy of the name–and he prevails by dint of his courage and faith.

Like Jerry, the American people are also initiates–not perhaps directly at the hands of the CIA’s MK Ultra project–but as percipients in the Videodrome occult theatre which works through the medium of Hollywood and the TV networks, flashing subliminal symbols and highly symbolic, brutalizing sex and death cues. The resulting parodoxical heightened awareness mixed with jaded sensibilities produces delusions and ennui swirling in our midst like a vengeful phantom from the collective subconscious.

There are a couple of false notes in “Conspiracy Theory.” Fletcher pontificates against junk food-eaters (“They’re in a conspiracy against themselves”) but later is shown wolfing down a cardboard-looking, mass market pizza.

The movie makes a case for the notion that there are some good agents within the Federal octopus and that not all are cooperating with evil. These supposedly good agents drive off into the sunset joking with Jerry Fletcher. Are these “good Feds” anything like Lon Horiuchi, the home-schooling, conservative Catholic FBI sniper who murdered Vicki Weaver in her own home at Ruby Ridge, Idaho, while she was holding her infant in her arms?

Gibson’s character also takes Christ’s name in vain in a single instance (a growing Hollywood phenomenon exhibited in such supposedly wholesome, patriotic cinematic fare as “Air Force One” and “Independence Day”).

Gibson might respond by asking us to be less Pharisaic in our judgment of the requirements of his acting craft, but the holiness of Christ’s name is taken very seriously in traditional Roman Catholicism, where an entire men’s association–the Holy Name Society–is devoted to defending and honoring it. There’s nothing Pharisaic about such a concern and there are a couple of Biblical passages that make profound statements concerning the sacredness of His name (Acts 4:12; Revelation 14:1).

In spite of these flaws, “Conspiracy Theory” is a shot-in-the-arm for truth-seekers, suggesting that we come out and fight evil and that the combat itself is part of what makes life worth living. Paranoid Jerry Fletcher–warrior and truthseeker–is bursting with life.

Michael A. Hoffman II is the author of “Secret Societies and Psychological Warfare.”

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America’s Sweetheart

Julia Roberts

Question

Julia Roberts is Illuminati/Reptilian?!?

Check out the shirt… A Serpent AND the All Seeing Eye?! Wow… That’s quite a bold remark to anyone who knows what this is supposed to imply!

By PAUL Posted on 12/19/07 Total Answers 7

Answers-

Nope pretty sure everyone I see is a real human.

Answer by : John D On Date 2007-12-19 00:20:19

yeah… that must mean something SPECIAL if it ends up on a silk blouse. end of the world, i bet. i had some snake socks once…

Answer by : faesson On Date 2007-12-19 00:20:48

Shhhhhhhhhhhh !

Answer by : nye_r On Date 2007-12-19 00:21:07

The Illuminati are Reptilian! Of course! It all makes sense to me now. Either that or she’s secretly being paid to promote the new National Treasure sequel.

Answer by : vlydia_noctum On Date 2007-12-19 00:22:09

Cute pix. She doesn’t look old yet. Maybe she sucks the blood of virgins to stay young.

Answer by : Icy On Date 2007-12-19 00:24:29

The Thule Society and The Vril made contact with the reptilians during the final days of WW-2 and once the Germans had reptilian technology they upgraded there submarines, for a time Nazi submersible technology was unrivalled, however they never used to full measure of the technology stolen from the reptilians until they knew 100% that they wouldn’t be able to win the war so they built a underwater base under the ice near the north pole, where they have been following the ideals of eugenics in order to try and breed a superior human, but have thus far been unsucsesful in this area, hitler used reptilian cloning technology to fake his own death, so the end result is that Julia Roberts could very well be an operative working for the Thule Society. But then again who knows and who cares, even i can have an over active imagineation.

Answer by : dark_hellbent_king2 On Date 2007-12-19 02:15:23
umm hmmm

Answer by : SweetPandemonium On Date 2007-12-19 12:22:59

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