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A Playful Pose or A Signal to His Master?

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Jbizzle
Jbizzle
1 month ago

I dont think ive ever seen as many one-eyed pics as u see with the elite/celebs…something there

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago
Reply to  Jbizzle

I recommend you Google the video Altiyan Childs Exposes Freemasonry. The one eye is the symbol of Freemasonry, the Luciferian religion of the elite. The way into worldly success is literally a wink and a handshake.

Ruth
Ruth
1 month ago

That’s the creepiest smile I’ve ever seen accompanied by a one eye sign.

Last edited 1 month ago by ruth
CJ Flintstone
CJ Flintstone
1 month ago
Reply to  Ruth

Well he does have Parkinson’s and his face may be affected.

Sherry
Sherry
1 month ago
Reply to  CJ Flintstone

That is extremely cruel for you to say. I hope you or your family never gets it.

nodnoc
nodnoc
10 hours ago
Reply to  Sherry

How is it cruel to point out that muscles in his face may be affected by the disease? He wasn’t making fun of Mr. Fox, it’s true Parkinson’s can affect your facial muscles

Last edited 10 hours ago by nodnoc
Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago
Reply to  Ruth

There are some worse ones in that Altiyan Childs video I mentioned above. Some of them look downright possessed – especially Eva Green, Anthony Kiedis, Marilyn Monroe and Michelle Williams. To me, this photo also looks like “something else” is coming through.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

He looks so spooky there. The mask really comes off when they do the one eye doesn’t it?

Sherry
Sherry
1 month ago

I usually don’t care who you talk about but do not talk about Michael J fox. He has done a lot for Parkinson’s research and is a very positive person who is living a positive life. Who cares if he took one picture with his eye closed.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago
Reply to  Sherry

That’s part of the front of Freemasonry. Do-gooding as cover for their real activities.

Airplane Clouds
Airplane Clouds
1 month ago
Reply to  Sherry

You should have no heroes….

Sherry
Sherry
1 month ago

He’s not my hero. But he was a great actor and I always felt bad that this happened to him.

Sherry
Sherry
1 month ago

He’s not a hero of mine. But he was a really good actor and everyone knows it’s a shame that happened to him. Leave him alone!

Airplane Clouds
Airplane Clouds
1 month ago
Reply to  Sherry

I get it! I care about the person he is but not the celebrity powers he has! I don’t wish an illness on anyone.

That photo looks like Duping Delight.

Laz
Laz
1 month ago
Reply to  Sherry

There more than one pic. Google it…

cajungirl
cajungirl
29 days ago
Reply to  Sherry

He also heavily promoted Diet Pepsi throughout the 80s. Diet Pepsi contains Aspartame, a strong neurotoxin.

Not saying this is the reason he has Parkinson’s, not saying he knew, however he was pushing a very unhealthy drink and wasn’t seen often without a can of it in his hand. I’ve often thought that aspartame may be at fault for his illness.

I also wonder if drinking from aluminum cans is what caused a marked rise in Alzheimer’s.

flipthepyramid
flipthepyramid
1 month ago

There’s a clear link between use of Statin drugs to inhibit cholesterol and incidences of Parkinson’s disease and other neurological disorders. It’s possible he was inflicted on purpose with this illness to cover for the increased prevalence of Parkinson’s due to this unnecessary and harmful “medication.” Fox’s illness prevented troublesome public scrutiny of the increase of these illnesses by making it seem like it had been like that all along, it just didn’t receive any press until it hit a Hollywood star. The onset of his Parkinson’s came just a few years after the launch of these unnecessary and harmful Statin drugs and he would have contracted it a few years earlier. These “side effects” risked derailing what would become a multi billion dollar racket.

I’m more inclined to believe that he’s a victim and pawn of the Masonic cult rather than a knowing minion. The same probably goes for most big celebrities. Do they “sell their souls” or are they MK Ultra’d into serving the cult?

Another thing to consider is that perhaps the “one eye” thing is mostly a wild goose chase to distract us from more important matters and to make us appear paranoid to outsiders.

No Name
No Name
28 days ago
Reply to  flipthepyramid

Cathy O’Brien actually talked about MK Ultra causing neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s in her book from 1995. MS was another that I remember her talking about off the top of my head. I’m slowly trying to reread it to be able to remember more details. It was extremely hard to read the first time around & I’m pretty sure my brain blocked some of it out because it was all so traumatic. This time I’m taking notes.

Airplane Clouds
Airplane Clouds
1 month ago

It’s just so weird.
It’s abnormally overly abundant.

flipthepyramid
flipthepyramid
29 days ago

A lot of people here seems to believe people should be treated as guilty until proven innocent if they’re identified as members of certain groups. This kind of collectivist thinking is a mental poison which causes unnecessary division and conflict as well as condemnation of possibly or even likely innocent people. It’s very similar to the collectivist and collective guilt beliefs of CRT or Zionism, which collectively (on false grounds) judges all whites and all Palestinians, respectively. Michael J. Fox is a very sick man who may very well be innocent. Would you be ashamed of yourselves for condemning him if he would be proven innocent? Since none of us have any evidence of his guilt nor his innocence, perhaps we should reserve judgement until and if such evidence emerges. Especially given his condition. This both because it’s what is objectively morally and ethically right and because outsiders coming in and viewing this post and thread will likely get the impression that we are judgmental, hateful and paranoid people, rather than aware and enlightened truthseekers and freedom fighters.

Personally, I believe he is an exception. I’ve always found him to be endearing and funny in a genuine and soulful way. I think he made it as big as he did on his own merits. Reading his biography, I noted that after he first made it in Hollywood, he moved back to his native Canada. Perhaps he found LA/Hollywood to be distasteful? He also was discovered from parts in local productions and then worked his way up from small roles. This could be a cover story for a “Chosen” background but it also could not be. And even if that was the case, there’s no way of knowing if he ever knew that.

I also wonder what people are thinking here when assuming that MJF is serving the Masons. Through his illness? Or is the contention that he’s faking it? Or that his illness and subsequent advocacy work was the price he knowingly paid for his fairly moderate fame and fortune?

I also believe the evil Hollywood cult stuff is reserved for the bigger stars and those destined to become such stars and is likely done through MK Ultra. They can’t include and involve any and all “stars” in such secret activities as then it wouldn’t stay secret.

To people believing his face and smile looks off, he does have an illness which makes it very hard for him to control his motor functions and also causes involuntary muscle twitching.

Summer G
Summer G
29 days ago
Reply to  flipthepyramid

Preach 🗣️❤️

rick
rick
28 days ago

I have this book. While I applaud Michael for sharing his personal life in this memoir, it was extremely boring read and had a tough time finishing it.