NBC Universal Behind Death Hoax, Not Paul Walker
The real power in Hollywood is not the actors or even directors but, rather, those who make the actors. These are the ones who decide not only who will be the stars of any Hollywood production but also even the nature of the series or production. If an actor is retired or discontinued, as a rule, that is Hollywood’s decision, not the actor’s.
It had apparently been decided long ago to retire Walker. Yet, how would this be done. In what way could he be retired to maximize the economic benefits? A death hoax would surely achieve this, if it was handled in the most emotionally compelling way. Even so, the point is that Walker couldn’t have done this as a solo act. In fact, without the fullest cooperation, if not outright urging, of NBC Universal he couldn’t have done it at all. It would appear, then, that the original plan for this scam came from Zionist-run Universal Studios, not Walker.
The man is essentially car-destroying drag racer on the movie screen and is always flirting with death and personal destruction. In his fake life countless cars are crashed and destroyed, or at least so it appears. There are countless close calls, yet, of course, these are always fake. What better way to create shock-and-awe within his public following than for him to ‘die’ in the precise manner of his movies – a car crash resulting from recklessness due to excessive speed.
It was the perfect hoax to jar pubic consciousness. For his fans it seem like such a waste – a man with such a great future and career to die, movie-style, in a senseless and avoidable high-speed crash. For both the fans and the general public the senselessness was dramatized by the events leading up to the fake crash: the supposed PW charitable event promoting his charity, Reachout WorldWide (ROWW). Yet, this, too, is a phony, as there is no evidence that any such event was occurring. Rather, the evidence shows that the people exclusively Walker associates and also various people involved in the hoax production, not regular people from the general public.
If regular people were there, that would prove to risky. It could somehow be revealed that the entire claim of an accident crash associated with the event is a hoax. Regular people could bear witness that rather than a real accident with fire- and blunt trauma-induced deaths that it was all staged systematically, Hollywood-style.
From our Russian investigator there is this finding, which gives evidence that there are elements far more powerful than Paul Walker and his clique alone which are behind this scam:
It is an incredible revelation. Even the ROWW entity itself fails to publicly mention a charitable event. Why would Walker and his group do so? They would be inviting unwanted people to this gated business park. No one other than production moles and fellow collaborators in the hoax was allowed anywhere near the scene.
Therefore, there was no charitable event. Screen captures and pictures from the site prove this, with only the agents of this obvious set-up being found on the scene. They were all familiar to Walker and Rodas: no strangers were allowed. Anyone claiming otherwise is a fabricator.
Such a set-up was surely beyond Walker and Rodas alone. This was done by clever people who write such fake stories as a career. This leads us to the powerful ones at NBC Universal itself.
Note the couched wording. Yet, if anyone reads this carefully, clearly, there was something major that would be developing regarding this massively profitable Universal Studios series, although the profits were in decline in its later phases. Who had heard of Paul Walker prior to the death scam? Surely, the number of people who would recognize his face and name recognition has been vastly enlarged as a result of this clever, though devious, Zionist plot. It is reasonable to say that for every person who did know of him, after the plot of Langley and her fellows in crime that number has reason exponentially, perhaps 10- to 50-fold or more. In this respect the Zionist schemers of NBC Universal had been hoping for a major coup with wildly increased exposure for Walker and the series, resulting in a great increase in DVD sales as well as attendance to the movie upon release.
There were other elements, though, of this plot that are rarely recognized, which was the desired new direction that the series was to take, all plotted out not by Walker or his fellow co-stars but by the scheming plotters of Universal Studios itself:
“Twists?” How about twisted minds.
Note: Fogelson and Langley were involved in a power-struggle, or so it is claimed. Fogrlson was let go, and Langley was promoted to her high position, which occurred in Sept. 2012, the details noted, as follows:
A version of this story first appeared in the Sept. 20 edition of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.
For many months, Industry executives had been shaking their heads over how NBCUniversal had marginalized Ron Meyer, the long-reigning chief of Universal Studios. Some believed Meyer’s 18-year run finally might be over. But in August, NBCU CEO Steve Burke secretly invited Meyer to his house in Montana for fishing, horseback riding and a rapprochement. Meyer, 68, emerged with the title of vice chairman of NBCU and a contract extended to 2017.
Burke told Meyer that Jeff Shell, the 48-year-old chairman of NBCU International, would become chairman of the Universal Filmed Entertainment Group. In the subsequent shuffle, studio chairman Adam Fogelson, who had been enjoying a run of success, abruptly was dismissed Sept. 9 and replaced by co-chairman Donna Langley, who had been seen as standing on shakier ground than Fogelson.
Industry observers say these outcomes result from a combination of pragmatism on the part of the suits at NBCU and the most old-fashioned type of corporate intrigue within Universal. They say Burke recognized that Shell — a TV executive who lacks film experience — needs Meyer to serve as his mentor in Hollywood.
The resulting shake-up is the first big move at the studio since Comcast acquired NBCU in 2011. Sources say Burke had come to recognize that finding a strong candidate to run Universal was no simple feat. At the same time, Burke and Comcast CEO Brian Roberts were seen as eager to put one of their own in charge — a well-regarded, no-nonsense executive with a Harvard MBA. (A source says Shell has made it clear that he feels no burning desire to mingle with celebrities.)
The actual nature of this “in-fighting” has not been confirmed.
Regardless, this manipulation of events was no minor issue for the Studios. The series grossed nearly 3 billion. There is no way Walker and his family alone could undertake this. They were mere collaborators in an act orchestrated by powerful Zionist elements.
Though Fogelson surely played a role it appears that the chief agent of plotting the fake death was Donna Langley. It was largely Langley who coordinated all the major elements leading up to the hoax and also in its aftermath.