I don’t have to tell my regular readers, but this is no coincidence. Let’s recall that thirteen years ago, the BBC announced that Building 7 of the World Trade Center collapsed 20 minutes before it did.
The BBC has been caught publishing fake photos and passing them off as something else to suit their needs; to shape public opinion. They are run by the cabal and not to be trusted.
The Illuminati always drops hints and tells us what they’re going to do before they do it. When we go back and analyze movies like “Dark Knight Rising”, we can see the clever little clues that link to Sandy Hook—and there are far too many for it to be coincidence.
They murdered Marilyn Monroe, the Kennedys, US presidents, John Lennon, Whitney Huston, Princess Di, Michael Jackson, Heath Ledger, journalist Michael Hastings, whistleblowers Phil Schneider and William Cooper, Dr. Fred Bell, a long list of bankers, and countless named and nameless others. Robin Williams is probably just the latest. When you’ve erased plane loads of people, what’s one more at this stage of the game?
Sheriffs said Williams hanged himself in his apartment with a belt. Why would he commit suicide in this way, if indeed he was going to end his life? Why wouldn’t he simply take a handful of pills? He was bipolar, so I’m sure he had access to plenty of pills. I’m well versed in that area with a family member. I don’t believe he committed suicide.
He was involved in several projects that would take his work into the future. He didn’t show signs of leaving this world any more than Michael Jackson did, in the rehearsals for his “This Is It” tour. ~ BP
BBC shows episode of Family Guy involving Robin Williams and failed suicide attempt just minutes before his death is announced
- ‘Viewer Mail #2’ shown on BBC Three from 11.25pm to 11.45pm on Monday
- Actor’s death in California announced by Reuters minutes later at 11.56pm
- Sketch sees Peter Griffin able to turn everyone into Williams through touch
- But he is overwhelmed by clones overtaking town and tries to kill himself
- BBC spokesman says broadcast of episode was an ‘uncanny coincidence’
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The BBC broadcast an episode of Family Guy about Robin Williams and a failed suicide attempt just minutes before it was revealed that the actor had been found hanged.
An extraordinary coincidence saw the ‘Viewer Mail #2’ episode shown on BBC Three between 11.25pm and 11.45pm on Monday – with the death announced by Reuters news agency at 11.56pm.
A sketch in the episode called ‘Fatman and Robin’ sees Peter Griffin, the father in the US comedy, gain the power to turn everyone in his fictional city of Quahog into Williams by touching them.
Peter, whose favourite comedian is Williams, accuses God of hating the actor and wishes that everyone was him. Peter is then struck by lightning and receives the King Midas-like powers.
But he is eventually overwhelmed by clones of Williams overtaking the town and tries to kill himself. Peter then decides to cut off his hands so that he can get rid of his special powers.
A BBC spokesman said yesterday that the broadcast of the episode was an ‘uncanny coincidence’, but confirmed that a scheduled repeat of it for Friday will now not be shown.