How the fans reacted to the Paul Walker hoax
The issue of the Paul Walker death hoax is deserving of great coverage, because of its consequences. The consequences were to cause distress and sensations of despair, as well as grief, among hundreds of thousands, perhaps millions, of people. This is no minor issue. In fact, it represents the epitome of self-centeredness to elicit such a widespread and international response, not just by those who faked their deaths but also be all parties involved. It resulted in people being manipulated through a pre-determined plot by the millions, rather, hundreds of millions, all over the world.
People who knew of Paul Walker were largely in despair. Some of them were overcome with shock. Others cried over him. People who didn’t know him prior to the hoax also did so, that is reacted with emotional distress, some of these also shedding tears. Still others spent more than merely their emotional reserves, actually taking the time to attend the tributes and vigils. Some did more. They brought tokens of love and respect, like candles, cards, and flowers. Those tributes/tokens of respect and admiration didn’t come free. Nor was the time taken to purchase the candles, flowers, cards, and more to be disregarded as being of no consequence.
See this outpouring of love, admiration, and respect for Paul Walker, along with Roger Rodas, even though he didn’t die. Universal Studios and its F & F moles should be ashamed of themselves. All those who lied on PW’s behalf should also be ashamed. They should – and must – be held accountable for heaping this fraud and deception upon the people and doing so without remorse.
Consider carefully this image. There are hundreds of people there, so many that their end is beyond the eye’s reach. What selfishness, what self-centeredness, to perpetrate this before the people.
That includes the self-focused acts of all the hoax associates, including the cast of ‘stars’ for the Fast and Furious franchise:
Tyrese Gibson helped cement the fraud in people’s minds, even faking tears, California-style. The fans and far more , such as those who were previously unfamiliar with this clique, trusted that his grief was real, but it wasn’t in the least. It was all an act.
Gibson, though, was the most believable of all, as he “got into character” for the faking. Michelle Rodriguez and Papa Paul Walker did comparatively miserably, both smirking and smiling, fully revealing themselves. Gibson at least made the effort, and there is actually an image showing what appears to be the shedding of tears.
In contrast, Vin Diesel’s tribute and ‘grief’ clearly fake. In fact, his bizarre behavior fully reveals the hoax.
For ‘Loudspeaker Diesel’ it was all an obvious scam from the outset. He made no effort to show any real emotion. Who could believe this was real after seeing such an image?
These fraudsters can be clearly contrasted to the fans, who failed to put on a show merely for the cameras. Instead, they made every effort to give real, sincere tribute to what they thought were deceased men:
There were hundreds, perhaps thousands, of PW fans and other sympathizing individuals who showed up for this fabrication. At that moment of their participation they all were sure that both Walker and Rodas had perished in senseless deaths, made all the more tragic because of the event of the day, that is with the backdrop of the charitable event. They had no idea that it was all a set-up and that the deaths were faked, that it was all a prefabricated Hollywood show. They were all taken by the smoke and mirrors of this fabrication: bamboozled, all.
For the fans and for all those others who were touched by this apparent tragedy, the supposed deaths of two relatively young men in the prime of their lives: for all those affected emotionally this was serious business. They all went out of their way to show their respects in a massive outpouring of consideration and, yes, love. Some may have even regarded Mr. Walker as a kind of icon, their “hero,” for his seemingly unusual (for Hollywood) degree of humility and consideration for others – for his devotion to charity for those not so fortunate (or so it seemed).
They took pictures upon pictures, also videos, of what they believed to be a memorable event, one that sent shock waves through the dedicated fan club of the movie series.
Too, they gave tribute upon tribute, paying their respects in ever way conceivable. That included the effort to lay the most precious wreath of all: leaving Mr. Walker’s memory with their signatures.
Regardless, once again, this false representation is no minor issue. All of these people have been deceived. In a sense they are all victims of a grand hoax, and many of them paid not only in their sincere but misguided respects but also in actual money spent. Considering charity: imagine how many truly needed people could have benefiting from the cash/effort laid out for this falsification? The flowers, cards, candles, gas, diesel, tokens: all this alone must have amounted to thousands of dollars.
People did react emotionally and in mass, whether by day or by night. Virtually no one would by any means question the legitimacy of the claims surrounding the event, that is the claim that both men died in a fiery car crash. The PW clique, the F & F actors/staff, and Universal studios got what they wanted, which was people adhering to the lie wholesale.
From past experience with the faking of the deaths, including actors, only one consequence was considered, which was that the people would buy the claims and respond emotionally from their hearts. It really was heart-felt. How else can such an outpouring of respect and support be explained? People leaving their other responsibilities, work and duties at home, to come out in droves – to show that the really cared.
The issue should, therefore, not be put to rest. These people should know the truth, which is that their response was the result of fraud and deceit through the absolute fact that the deaths of Roger Rodas and Paul Walker are a hoax.
Fans all over the world would be filled with shock and grief. People who had never before heard of Paul Walker would also respond. Sales of Fast and Furious DVDs would sky-rocket. Any forthcoming movies would see an increase in sales/popularity. That’s precisely what the Zionist manipulative expected to achieve.
Overnight, Fast and Furious, along with Paul Walker, became household entities: in households which had never before given consideration to either of them. This would help the franchise, not hurt it, because the old saying still holds, which is that any publicity is good publicity.
These images are merely a handful of the countless images showing a mass outpouring of grief, respect, admiration, shock, and more. Yet, it was all for nought, all a waste of time, energy, funds, and, most importantly, emotional energy. That’s because the deaths of Roger Rodas and Paul Walker were faked. Pyrotechnic moles set the fabricated fire. The car was merely placed on the median area, likely by a towing vehicle.
There was no car crash. This area is a secure zone, where all people must enter through identification. There was no race track or speedway there. The fire trucks were there in advance. Smoke bombs were used to disguise the fact that the fire was being set by Hollywood stunt men, and one of those men was apparently Roger Rodas. Pictures clearly show that there were men all about the area, including some featured with white pyrotechic-style protective suits.
Neither of these men died on Nov. 30, 2013. Thus, they are both alive and well, their whereabouts currently unknown. Moreover, despite the seeming loss of one of the key stars of the movie series, the great ones at Universal Studios didn’t see this as a negative. Rather, they fully expected that this fabrication would draw attention to the movie franchise, increasing sales, not decreasing them.
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