Sunday, April 29, 2018

Blind Item #2

Apparently this very close relative of a deceased foreign born A list celebrity went to do some investigating. Within 24 hours of arriving, he was brought into a police station and told to leave the country or he would be charged with drug possession. When he asked what drugs, he was told the drugs that will be "found" in your hotel room.

46 comments:

bonestructure said...

Avicii? Isn’t the unsaid rumor now that he committed suicide?

kiki71 said...

Was going to say Avicii too. In Oman.

B626 said...

Sure ‘looked’ like suicide

bonestructure said...

That’s very true too. With the previous blind of him breaking up an argument between a man and his child bride..

Do Tell said...

Very close relative should put in a call to their local intelligence agencies very soon. They shouldn't accept threats.

Agnieszka B. said...

It's typical another BS from Enty to explain his BS in another blind. Enty's ignorance of muslim culture is really visible for anyone who read a few books about it.

Guesser said...

Don't you know everyone who sticks their nose into human trafficking issues dies by suicide? Even the not famous.

Do Tell said...

+100 Guesser.

Not sure what point Agniesska is trying to make.

rosie riveter said...

Huh ? Lol

Poor Mick said...

It's got nothing to do with besmirching a religion and probably much more to do with the excesses of private, unfathomable and unchecked wealth and power. The Catholic priesthood scandals didn't indict every living Catholic, just like there are theoretically some middle or lower level Scio people that aren't raving paranoid money-hoovering lunatics and/or shielded sex criminals.

Theoretically.

Pip said...

I can recommend The Satanic Verses.

plot said...

"Don't you know everyone who sticks their nose into human trafficking issues dies by suicide?"

All of them? Every single one? Every FBI or Interpol agent? Wiped out by suicide?

If true, you need to write that up, Becky!

Budiswiser said...

Do we know the cause of the suicide yet? Some easier to fake than others.

Guesser said...

No,@plot,not every single one. Just enough to make you go hmmm. And to make others back down. My name is not Becky, since you need everything said literally. My first thought when I heard Avicii died was that someone who was well known for working against human trafficking was likely dead by suicide,in a foreign country
At the time, for all I knew he was hit by a bus. But of course not. I'm sure others felt the same.

DDonna Tarttty said...

Don't bother to feed the Plot-TWISTED trolls who are here to pooh-pooh every thread that begins to discuss human trafficking or child sex abuse, Guesser. They are not intellectually honest and here only to get things off track. You are precisely right to question the official story we're being given on Avicii' s suspicious death.

I hope everyone is reading their Dave McGowan!

Guesser said...

Agnieszka B,not all these mystery suicides were related to Muslim countries. Haiti isn't, even the US can be included. The simple blind before seemed too trite, Avicii was very well known for his work against human trafficking,and that would make more sense to build the blind around,not an isolated incident.

plot said...

So the death of a depressed drug addict, who was touring even though he hated touring and was more or less forced to be monied interests, is to be tied to an international child trafficking conspiracy because it's simply been too long between child trafficking stories?

And I'm the troll?????

Poor Mick said...

And he was an outspoken anti-child trafficking advocate, to the point of making it the crux of one of his music videos, but yeah let's just ignore that.

Funny enough, Snopes decided to rate this "false" because they picked some wackadoo newsfeed called Your News Wire as their initial source, and said that the messaging in the music video was TOO OBVIOUS to corroborate the theory. Man, how far one site can fall in a decade.

Viking Song said...

"Ignorance of Muslim culture."

No, the legalised wife beating, child brides, dancing boys, FGM (equivalent of cutting the head of the penis off), the murder of gays, the punishment met out to rape victims, the slavery of Ethiopians etc., etc., are well documented. Islam is disgusting.

J F said...

And what is so suspicious about his death exactly?

J F said...

ALL religions are scams by design. Pick your poison or deciding not to play, are your only two choices. Unbelievable how soo many ppl worldwide fight each other over who's scam is best!!

Amy C Wright said...

Agnieszka B. Aaaaaahhhhmmmm.... What are you talking about, re: Muslim culture? (Specifically.)

J F said...

Was there something suspicious in the suicide note that he left for his family that I'm not aware of?

plot said...

"And he was an outspoken anti-child trafficking advocate"

And? So?

"but yeah let's just ignore that."

Ignore what specifically? Sounds like you are ignoring the man was a horrible drug and alcohol abuser who had several instances of that nearly killing him in the past. Also, he was depressed under the pressure of touring again.



Bumtitty said...

Summation... Cdan restarts The Crusades.

Cecilia Bj said...

Where did you hear about suicide note, those who are referring to that? There has only been a letter from the family, where they are saying "he couldn't go any longer", but nothing about a note.

sandybrook said...

Cecilia there was a report that a note was found near the body.

Cecilia Bj said...

nothing about a note in swedish media

KitchenGirl said...

Yeah sure definitely a huge mysterious conspiracy around the death of a severe alcoholic who had been hospitalized multiple times for organ damage due to his drinking. Must be child-trafficking-related.

it took forever said...

Definately Avicii and his brother the relative

Southern Man said...

Snopes was started, or boosted/taken over by a well known intelligence agency. Same for the book of face.
Sorry/not sorry to tell you some truth.

You can laugh, mock or snort.
Do some independently minded research if you think I'm wrong/crazy/whatever.

You can draw your own conclusions after you have dug deeply and considered the evidence (facts, not theories)- but only at that point.



it took forever said...

Isnt the suicide not pure speculation? family didnt say there was or wasnt one. Doubt we will ever hear the truth

Han Niam said...

Proof, @Southern?

boredatwork boredatwork said...

"Muslim culture" is an oxymoron. S'more culture in a yogurt.

Avicii's death was suspicious. But the fact that he died in Oman, makes it super suspicious.

Shamus said...

https://edmranks.com/avicii-seen-on-yacht-before-his-death-avicii-brother-in-oman-investigating-death/

bianca said...

👏

Fredy said...

@Plot Your arguments have more holes than a gold digger's diaphragm . Jeez.

plot said...

@bored

""Muslim culture" is an oxymoron."

Sweetie, are you afraid? Too scared to see that Muslim countries might each have their own individual cultures? Morocco, for instance, is a very different place from Indonesia, culturally speaking.

Examining such does not turn you magically into a Muslim, forcing you to give up the tipple.

"Avicii's death was suspicious."

As suspicious as any drug and alcohol abusers death, I suppose.

" the fact that he died in Oman, makes it super suspicious."

Why? Do you happen to have the death stats of Westerners in Oman in that Pink Elephant head of yours?

Poppymann said...

Avicis' mother was quoted as saying he was having a hard time with life, alluding to suicide. Why is it so difficult for people to believe someone like him would choose that path? Does it somehow shatter their belief in the person's strength? Suicide is far from a cowardly act, especially if you're suffering from chronic depression. he idea that he could "see no future" is a symptom of depression. It's not that you don't see a future, you can't actually envision one. I know of this first hand.

We're constantly bombarded with the concept that life has to have a meaning, when in fact there is no meaning to life. It just is.

To accept this fact is to attempt to move past the dissonance, but not everyone can.
Suicide is not a "permanent solution to a temporary problem"- at least not in the minds of those who carry it out.


Personally, I don't trust anyone who hasn't contemplated their own demise.

plot said...

+Poppyman!

Well said. No one is really an adult, a genuine human being, if they haven't fathomed the essential pointlessness of life itself and the many idiotic ways we use to escape that fact.

In many ways, the distractions we build for ourselves are beautiful and inventive. What spurs us on can be noble and talented. That doesn't mitigate from the fact that life has little to no innate meaning and that our inventions have a pathetic quality along with any genius displayed. Like you said, some cannot overcome that. That is not make them worse people or in any way weak. All we can do is hope our love for them, keeping us warm in this cold existence, will illuminate another choice for them. If not, then we have to simply accept that.

Guesser said...

The Sun originally reported a suicide note, then removed reference to it. Maybe a mistake in translation?

Itttt said...

Speaking of the book of the face and other three letter agency and/or DoD/DARPA/MilIntel funded and/or spin offs, just take a look at the official (it's been cleaned up with various entities removed btw) portfolio of InQTel, the "investment arm" of the Clowns In America aka Christians In Action aka THE Church.

As to the book of the faces, they took the deal given them while a certain competitor in the (my) space did not. Note the date Facebook went live: (February 4, 2004) and the date the Pentagon/DARPA "killed" their LIFELOG project: (February 4, 2004). Coincidence?

Facebook, Inc.
Facebook is an American online social media and social networking service company based in Menlo Park, California. Its website was launched on February 4, 2004, by Mark Zuckerberg, along with fellow Harvard College students and roommates Eduardo Saverin, Andrew McCollum, Dustin Moskovitz, and Chris Hughes.

The Adventures of... said...

I hope the close relative pursues the inquiry, but keep themselves safe.

These comments are tripping out though-in fighting and senseless bashing of Islam really not necessary. But I guess that's just the cake for some of you

Water Lily said...

ALL the Intel agencies are in on it.

Water Lily said...

Even detectives will tell you there's only so far you can go investigating child rape and trafficking before you're told to stop or get taken off the investigation.

plot said...

"ALL the Intel agencies are in on it."

What do you mean by "in on it"?

"Even detectives will tell you"

What detectives? From where? Which Intel agencies?

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