3/2/17 Update Of The Previous Message UC#956Don't allow yourself to get messed up by the word ”conspiracy.”
A conspiracy simply means there are two or more viewpoints and one side chooses to use the word conspiracy to describe disagreement. In other words, a conspiracy is a word used as ploy by those who are otherwise defenseless and are now desperate. The use of the word conspiracy is a form of plausible deniability. When in doubt and there's no way out, throw up both your hands and shout “conspiracy.” And do so with enough sarcasm to predispose the listener to self-doubt. A conspiracy is a reverse form of calling something “a controversy” or claiming something is “controversial.”
When something is said to be controversial, it is an attempt to get you to not know what to think.
When something is said to be a conspiracy, it is an attempt to get you to think the person who used the word conspiracy, is telling the truth. When someone sarcastically calls something “a conspiracy,” they are attempting to take reality and change it into the illusion that reality is unrealistic. This is a way of jumping out in front of the truth, as a way of acknowledging it, but then attempting to completely do away with the thought process that leads to understanding.
Due to past examples and experiences, the word conspiracy contains a lot of definitions and meanings. Each person, when hearing the word “conspiracy” automatically pulls up the subconscious suggestive notion that something called a conspiracy is usually false; therefore each person automatically hears logic inside them that says the person who just acknowledged that something is being called a conspiracy must be the person telling the truth. The use of the word “conspiracy” as a defense only works on those who are prone to short-circuited thought processes and who do not recognize the tricks of trickery.
The one who uses the word conspiracy to say someone else is claiming something is a conspiracy is usually guilty.
Listen for the word conspiracy and you will see.
Also listen for the closely related word controversy.
A conspiracy requires conspiring. Conspiring means working together. Therefore, there is good conspiring and bad conspiring, good conspiracies and evil conspiracies. There are good and bad forms of all things, healthy and unhealthy. A few days ago Jimmy Kimmel decided to continue to play the fool for the powers that be. He gave a silly explanation that there were two cards for every announcement and that somehow the second card for a different award ended up in the hands of Beatty and Dunaway while the original card was in the hands of Emma Stone.
Most people have seen the card that finally showed Moonlight as the winner. We can only assume that all cards follow the same format. The winner's name is on top in big letters and associated information is smaller underneath.
If Beatty and Dunaway had the wrong card that was for Best Actress, then the actress name would have been on top in big letters and that alone would have been enough for any sane person to recognize there was a mistake. Yet we are supposed to believe that both Dunaway and Beatty ignored the words “Emma Stone” and then read the smaller words underneath and announced La La Land.
Jimmy Kimmel used a basic formula in his followup to the lie. He told a joke, slid the lie in between and told a joke afterwards. The co-conspirators, the accountants and media have also followed up to try to make sure the lie sticks. This is always the process. They will tell as many lies as necessary before and after the fact. One of thousands of examples of the extent these people will go through, in order to continue their never-ending storytelling was made harshly obvious during the September 11th Twin Tower fakery that cost people their lives in order to support the larger agenda. The winner for best fakery during human history in a supporting role, goes to Europeans. It is the only award that makes everything else make sense.
3/3/17 UpdateYou must understand that all things are interrelated and interconnected in a web of logic, motion, conclusions, beliefs, behaviors, actions and knowings.
All logic and all behaviors share two properties:
1. The logic and behaviors are the result of other logic and behaviors that justifies them.
2. The logic and behaviors are for the purpose of justifying other logic and behaviors. Do not lose track of the chain of causes and effects. How many times does a movie win Best Producer and Best Actress and not win Best Picture?
Let us just assume that the LA Times explanation of the process of how Oscar winners are selected is true.
How does the group of voters who overall did not consider La La Land as Best Picture also did consider La La Land as best in several other categories? The same people with the same viewpoints voted for all categories. It doesn't add up for a group of voters to overall select La La Land as Best Picture and Best Actress and Best Film Editing and Best... not also vote them as first place winners of Best Picture?
We are being told that Moonlight won by virtue of being assigned votes that were not first place votes. Let us not assume that people who crave controlling the money and power that comes with “awards” would leave it up to chance and leave it up to a fair process for winners to be selected.
No, the Oscars is just like American national elections. The voting process for the Oscars is a veneer to appease the public and the real selection is made by another group in advance of the public election charade. The winners of national elections and the Oscars is not based on the candidates and published criteria. The selection is made for other purposes.
I'll say it again. How can a producer be best producer and not produce the best movie? How can an actress be best actress and not act in the best movie? How can a movie be best edited and not be best movie?
Your logic is being tested for congruency and registry errors. ”Moonlight/LaLa Land Oscar Controversy -- This is Why The Oscars Don't Matter”