Winning is Everything

The Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial was over before it began.

She had no chance.

It’s a testament to the mob rule system of justice that our corporate media has created.

The goal is to win at all costs. Winning is everything to these fools. The truth means nothing.

What social media did was create a climate in which the jury had no choice but to rule in Mr. Depp’s favor.

The facts made little difference.

The jury does not live in a vacuum.

Regardless of the judge’s instructions, it’s impossible for the jury to not feel the pressures of the world in which they live.

The trial was broadcast everywhere.

The jurors themselves had to go home at night. They didn’t sleep in the court room.

How could they escape the relentless pressure of guilt that was ascribed to Amber Heard?

They could not.

Every single video on YouTube was relentlessly slanted against her.

We were told time and again that she was not really crying, that there were no tears, that her defense attorneys were out-matched, that Ms. Vasquez’s performance was so stunning.

Clearly this was an orchestrated attempt to create a climate of conviction against her.

The media is laughing at us.

It was an experiment to prove that they could arrive at any verdict they desired to obtain.

No juror could withstand the peer pressure of millions of people who were convinced of Amber Heard’s lies.

It’s no surprise that one of the jurors has spoken out about Miss Heard’s crocodile tears.

Facts meant nothing to this fool.

The wailing of Mr. Depp on an airplane. The smashing of cabinets in a video. His own description of himself as a monster. The destroyed furniture in the house. His past history of trashing a hotel room. His past history of never being able to keep a spouse. His former girlfriend’s description of him as a very jealous man. His own description of his childhood as abusive. His unrelenting addiction to drugs. His tardiness on a movie set in which hundreds of professionals were kept waiting. His audio-taped abuse of his wife, Miss Heard, in which he refers to her as fat ass.

Apparently none of this was taken into consideration. The only thing that counted was the fact that Ms. Heard did not shed tears.

Or maybe what bothered the juror was that she simply didn’t sound believable.

It might’ve been that she didn’t have the acting skills of Johnny Depp.

Amber Heard is not a method actor. And as her acting coach explained, it’s very difficult for a non-method actor to re-create tears.

It’s also possible that Ms. Heard, herself a victim of abuse as a child, had instinctively learned to be more stoic in life and less likely to exhibit emotion.

Perhaps Ms. Heard was attempting to maintain some control on the witness stand and could not fully psychologically go down the road of recreating that pain that she had suffered.

There could’ve been a million and one reasons why she wasn’t able to exhibit tears.

I did notice though that her eyes became red on at least one occasion.

Emotion is not just about tears. It’s a sympathetic response that produces congestion in the nose, redness in the eyes, and sometimes tears.

But it shouldn’t be the sole determining factor in guilt.

Sometimes it’s difficult to be emotional about events that have happened five years and ten years in the past.

We’ve become accustomed to the pain. We’ve moved on.

Unfortunately, she had a jury of boobs who didn’t have the mental maturity to understand that they had been programmed by a relentless media that was slanted against her.

It was a jury of gutless autograph hounds, bandwagon hoppers, cowards to the max.

They joined the raging mob screaming for the release of Barabbas.

That’s what was going on in that trial.

That is why the jury ruled against her.

She had no chance at all.

The trial was over before it began.


Archer Crosley

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One More Nail in America’s Coffin

They say that you can’t put a celebrity in jail in America.

It’s pretty much true.

Only a starstruck Kardashian-esque jury of Gwyneth Paltrow loving twits could have voted for Johnny Depp yesterday.

Only a pack of brain-addled serfs who breathlessly hang on every single tweet in the Taylor Swift-Kanye West Twitter feud could have ruled for Johnny Depp.

These cowed cretins on the jury were clearly incapable of following the judge’s guidelines.

The guidelines were eloquently stated by Amber Heard’s attorney. First on the list: were Amber Heard’s statements untrue?

They were not.

If you are thinking by now that I don’t like the jury’s decision, you are right.

I don’t like the decision they made because it’s not the right decision.

Moreover, by making this decision, the jury has sentenced Johnny Depp to death. Johnny Depp will be dead within five years. There, I said it. I will go on the record.

Johnny Depp’s victory is a Pyrrhic victory. The jury had an opportunity to give him the wake-up call he so richly deserves. Instead, the jury validated his bullying. They reinforced his god-like status in which he can and does intimidate people into bending to his will.

Consequently, he will continue the same level of drug abuse. He will undoubtedly acquire another “10” to be at his side. He needs that trophy wife to heal his inner pain. This new trophy wife will in time, like the others, grow tired of his abuse. In response he will consume more and more drugs until he kills himself. Like Elvis he will be found dead hunched over a toilet.

Was Amber Heard the victim of abuse? Most assuredly she was. There was plenty of video and audio evidence detailing his behavior.

You have pictures. You have audio. You have video.

You have a former girlfriend, Ellen Barkin, who detailed his jealous ways. Ms. Barkin stated that he was a drug-head who was prone to violence. He threw a wine bottle at her and her friends.

You have hardcore evidence of him trashing a hotel room when he was dating Kate Moss.

Nevertheless, the low IQ jury felt that it would be a shame for a major celebrity to lose, so they voted for him to win.

They must’ve been swayed by his children, their mother, and all of Johnny Depp’s puppets who had a vested interest in seeing him win.

Why would his kids want to see Amber Heard scoop up all of daddy’s millions? That’s less money for them.

Why would any of his loyal slaves betray him knowing that they would never work in Hollywood again?

Yes, Hollywood does work like that. Years ago, Cliff Robertson told the truth about David Begelman, and the result was that Cliff Robertson did not work for decades.

Cowards hide behind children. Johnny Depp hid behind his children.

To think that his actions in the famous cabinet-slamming video did not play out in the Depp household many times when his children were young is not viable.

To think that all his former girlfriends left him amicably without ever suffering one iota of his abuse is not viable.

This man has serious drug addiction issues. To think that he was a kind, pleasant person while totally wasted is not viable when you consider the anger that must be latent within him, a deep-seated anger generated by the love he never received from his mother.

What is more likely is that Mr. Depp, after having been jetted into superstardom, into the Elvis orbit, gradually descended into an isolated, drug-addled state of paranoid megalomania in which he was the king and his sycophants were his slaves.

During the now famous penthouse incident in which Amber Heard was allegedly slapped, Mr. Depp walks into Penthouse Five and says to one of his guests in reference to his wife: Get your bitch out of here.

Who gets away with talking to somebody like that? A person who is accustomed to having people obey his every command without question. Yes, Johnny. Sure, Johnny. Anything for you, Johnny.

In this small incident, Johnny Depp reveals the monster that is within him. And it is within him regardless whether ten thousand celebrities testify to what a lovely person he is.

I’m sure he is a nice person; but that doesn’t mean that the monster doesn’t exist. Mr. Depp hides the dark monster as best he can. Occasionally it does break out in public.

Where he can’t hide the monster is when the doors to the public close.

This is the monster that Amber Heard saw. This is the monster that Johnny himself acknowledged.

It doesn’t matter in the course of their relationship whether Amber Heard hurled even one insult at Johnny Depp. The trial was not whether Amber Heard was abusive to Johnny Depp. The trial was about whether Amber Heard lied when she said that she was a victim of abuse.

She was.

You can’t fix stupid.

What this jury decision tells us is that America is now fully populated by brain-addled celebrity-loving slaves. They are slaves because they believe that celebrities are entitled to a different level of justice.

Amber Heard lost because she was a lesser celebrity than Johnny Depp. In the Hollywood caste system, and now in America’s caste system, as foisted upon us by our ruling elite, Amber Heard occupied a lesser position in the hierarchy of elites.

Clearly the intellectually emaciated jury had been trained to believe that mega-superstars are more valuable people than up and coming stars.

Why is this bad for America?

It’s bad for America because the underlying pillar of this decision is that some people are more worthy than others; and because they are more worthy, in this case because of their celebrity status, they are to be afforded special privileges in a court of law.

Justice is supposed to be blind.

Justice can never be blind in a society that believes in movers and shakers, superstars, VIPs, so-called important people, and Ivy League know-nothings.

It’s one more nail in America’s coffin.


Archer Crosley

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Closing Arguments

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, let me kindly present my case.

Before this trial began I was not fully aware of the true fame that Johnny Depp had achieved.

That is because I watched Johnny Depp’s career evolve from the beginning. I’m a little older than Johnny Depp.

Actually, what I said isn’t true. Technically I didn’t see Johnny Depp’s career begin because I never watched the television show 21 Jump Street.

I’m not a big television watcher.

I like movies.

I remember his early movies, Edward Scissorhands, and What’s Eating Gilbert Grape.

Those were good movies, and I enjoyed his performances.

I really enjoyed his performance in what I call the Peter Pan movie. I can’t remember the real name of that movie. I just call it the Peter Pan movie.

I never understood why he didn’t want to make more classy movies like that.

Of course, he did make other movies that were more sophisticated, but he made what I thought were too many quirky movies.

I thought those quirky movies tended to typecast him.

Generally though I like him as an actor.

I must confess though that there is one movie of his that I do not care for.

And that movie is the movie that everybody loves him in: Pirates of the Caribbean.

I loathed that movie. And still do.

I didn’t understand his performance. Why couldn’t he just say the flipping lines? Why did he have to sway back-and-forth every time he spoke.

I was irritated by that.

Of course, I am in the minority. I recognize that. This one movie of his that I despised everyone else loved.

It’s fair to say that Pirates of the Caribbean pushed him into a stratosphere which few stars enter.

Pirates of the Caribbean pushed him into Elvis orbit.

After that movie, Johnny Depp couldn’t be a regular person anymore. There is fame and then there is fame.

Mr. Depp soon was not able to do the things that you and I take for granted.

He couldn’t go down to the corner convenience store. He couldn’t shop in a supermarket. He couldn’t even get on a regular flight to go across the country.

If he needed something at the store, he had to hire an assistant to do that for him.

Gradually he became isolated from regular human existence. He became entrapped within his living mausoleums in Los Angeles, the Florida Keys, and France.

Slowly he evolved into an aging, bloated, drug-addled Elvis Presley.

He hated it. He said so at his trial. He came to detest his own name, Johnny Depp. He saw it as a commodity.

To assuage his pain and isolated existence, he did more drugs.

From time to time his dying body was transported from Los Angeles to his private island, to his French villa and back again via shielded limos and private jets.

This was not helpful nor healthy for Mr. Depp.

You can hear it for yourself when you listen to him wailing in pain on his private jet.

You can learn it for yourself when he shows up hours late to a movie set costing the studio enormous sums of money.

You can see it for yourself in his slamming of cabinets as he searches for another bottle of wine.

He called his wife unspeakable names.

His yes men, no doubt accustomed to this behavior, sat back and accepted it as normal.

They understood from talking to Mr. Depp over the years that he had embedded demons.

These demons were revealed to us on the witness stand by Mr. Depp.

It was heartbreaking for me personally to hear him recount what his childhood was like.

I empathize with him.

While my mother was never as physically and psychologically abusive as Mr. Depp‘s mother was to him, I must say that my father‘s behavior toward me bordered on abuse.

I remember as a child hiding under the bed from my father who was trying to spank me.

I would grip the bedsprings and move from side to side as my father moved around the bed.

My mother was never psychologically abusive to me. She never called me names, and she always praised me.

Nevertheless I’m positive that I inherited my attention deficit disorder from her.

She was unpredictable in her moods. She would go from loving one minute to angry the next.

My father was under stress at his job and so was likewise unpredictable.

I remember my father walking through the kitchen slamming cabinets. To a child that is terrifying.

I knew what Mr. Depp was talking about when he stated that you never knew if you were going to get hit or not.

I walked on eggshells in my youth, and I am sure that Mr. Depp did as well.

What this produces within you is a deep-seated insecurity.

We are all different, and my experiences are not the same as Mr. Depp’s, but the results are similar.

Mr. Depp carried forward a deep-seated insecurity in life.

To assuage that pain, he reached out in the same manner that I reached out. He became attracted to physically beautiful women.

There can be no question of that. One only needs to look at the movie stars that Mr. Depp was involved with. They are all incredibly physically attractive women.

He sees them as 10s.

Mr. Depp needs that.

He sees an incredibly attractive woman as a magic salve, a commodity that will heal his internal psychological wounds.

This is not healthy because a woman is a person with needs and desires.

Mr. Depp does not see a woman as a person, but as a commodity. This is reinforced by our society that objectifies women in just this manner.

When Mr. Depp has a beautiful woman holding onto his arm, he is in heaven. All his his childhood pain goes away. What he has standing next to him is the loyal mother he never had.

The problems begin when the magic salve exerts her independence and dares to offer a contrary opinion.

This Mr. Depp cannot permit. His mind will not permit this.

His woman must be perfect; she must be totally available for his needs; she must not offer any contrary thoughts.

A career separate from him is out of the question.

Mr. Depp does not look at a relationship in the manner of: What can I do for you?

In his mind the woman exists for him. What can you do for me, he asks.

The relationship is about him. That’s why he is contracting with her. Mr. Depp views Amber Heard and his other girlfriends and wives in the same way that he views his personal assistants. They work for him.

This does not make for a healthy relationship.

He cannot have his woman be anything less than perfect. If she goes out and selects a role that cheapens her, he calls that a role for a whore.

If she becomes older, as she inevitably will become older, her potency as a magic salve diminishes, and he simply trades her in for another younger more beautiful girlfriend.

Until that point, he becomes more and more controlling of his woman. He becomes jealous, paranoid and unhappy. This causes him to use more substances. The substances make him even more vulnerable to delivering psychological and physical abuse.

In time, the magic salve, the woman has enough and threatens to leave him.

This is the ultimate betrayal for Mr. Depp. This is the point at which he begins to strike out and physically abuse his girlfriends and wives.

I don’t think Mr. Depp remembers the physical violence at all. I think by this point he is too drug-addled to have any kind of memory.

When he says that he has never physically abused a woman, I believe him that he believes that.

When he strikes out at his girlfriends and wives, he is striking out against his mother for not loving him in the way that she should have.

His mind will never permit him to believe that he would hurt his mother. He loves his mother. He needs his mother.

This is where we find ourselves today.

Mr. Depp in trying to heal his inner pain and tormented soul has completely transformed himself into an isolated, drug addicted, overweight, nearly washed up movie star entrapped in a series of living mausoleums, modern-day Gracelands, surrounded by sycophantic yes men and mercenaries who will do his bidding for a paycheck.

Amber Heard is not a perfect person, and she has her demons as well. But the principal part of this trial is not about the perfection of Amber Heard. It is about weather Amber Heard unfairly maligned Mr. Depp. As we have seen, Mr. Depp was his own worst enemy. He didn’t need any help at all.


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Will Smith

Please allow me to make a prediction.

Will Smith’s career is finished.

He cheapened Hollywood, and its leaders will not allow cheap words of apology to speak louder than actions.

He may have a few projects in post production, but Hollywood executives will wrap those up as quickly as possible in order to get their money back.

As far as new projects are concerned, forget it. There are plenty of other stars who can make Hollywood money.

Chris Rock was the movie industry’s representative on that stage.

When Will Smith slapped Chris Rock, he slapped all the executives, investors and workers in the industry.

They won’t take kindly to that, and they won’t accept meaningless words as compensation.

This was a night when Hollywood desires to put its best foot forward.

It’s supposed to be a fun night, a festive night, a positive night.

Will Smith put his own selfish interest above that of every single member of the entertainment industry.

He could not have cared less about the other people in the room.

He ruined their night.

He disrespected them.

Moreover, he cheapened each and everyone of them.

It’s a credit to Chris Rock that he didn’t respond in kind. He put the industry and the members of the industry above his own personal feelings.

Will Smith has his Oscar, and it is now time to say goodbye.

Will Smith’s career is finished.


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Awards, God and Life

If you are young, I would like to disabuse you of any penchant you may have for winning awards.

They are are useless, worthless, and even dangerous – especially those coming from an authority.

Avoid them.

You are far more valuable than an award.

Don’t let King Louis value your life for you.

Don’t accept his dog biscuits.

King Louis has an agenda.

You must find solace and peace of mind in the work that you do, in the value that you feel you add to the community, and how you feel God feels about your work.

That is what will sustain you.

If you wait for the approval of others to validate your life, you will become ever more frustrated and miserable.

There are many great actors in Hollywood who have never won an Academy Award.

One such actor who could have easily won an award for just about any role he played is Nick Nolte.

He has been nominated several times, but he has never won.

He could have easily won for the Prince of Tides. He also could have won for The Thin Red Line. He was astonishing in the latter film.

So why didn’t he win?

The high road states that there are many deserving people and that someone must prevail.

The real answer is that the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has its head up its ass.

It really does.

Years ago, Will Smith was upset that he did not win an Academy Award.

I was in his corner.

Still, he shouldn’t have been upset.

He shouldn’t have been upset because the Academy has failed to honor so many great actors.

If I had been standing beside him I would have told him: Will, you are too important to win.

This was the advice given to a famous scientist who was disconsolate because he has not won a Nobel Prize.

The same advice could be easily given to many Hollywood actors.

The Academy really doesn’t know who the good actors are.

And there’s a good reason for this.

Many of the people who vote haven’t seen all the movies and all the performances.

Many of those same people aren’t movie fans.

Still others vote for political purposes or because they think they are supposed to vote a certain way.

The run with the pack.

Years ago I hired a publicist to help me promote a book that I had written.

We got to talking about the movies that were currently up for Academy Awards.

She informed me that she had a piece of a vote. Yes, you heard me right. A vote can be divided amongst several people.

After a few minutes, it became increasingly clear to me that while I had seen nearly all the movies, she had only seen one or two.

In those days I was seeing approximately 100 to 150 movies per year.

That was the state of affairs in the early 90s. It’s that way today.

Many of the people who are voting for the awards are woefully unaware of what they are voting for, in any industry, which is why waiting for an award and approval from others can be a lifetime of frustration.

Indeed, I’m not sure that you want to win an award at all.

Receiving that award might change your attitude toward your work and the confidence you have in yourself.

It’s always better to be a little hungry in life.

So forget the awards.

Focus on the job itself. Place one foot in front of the other, and focus on giving value to the people who you are serving.

Let that be your award.

In the end you will be the winner.

You will be your own man as well.


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BS Incorporated

The following headline comes from Hollywood Life.

Ireland Baldwin, 25, Poses In Nothing But Thigh High Boots & Looks Like Her Supermodel Mom, Kim Basinger

Tell me whats wrong with this title.

Whats wrong with this title is that there are no supermodels in America.

Nor are there any superstars.

We have models; we have stars.

What we dont have are supermodels and superstars.

Now, the Third Reich has supermodels and superstars, but here in America, or at least in the America I grew up in, we have none of those.

The Third Reich loved super people. That was one of the prime features of the Third Reich.

The Third Reich desired to have a master race that ruled over the world.

Our elites here, big supporters of the Third Reich, thought that was a pretty neat idea.

They loved the idea so much they decided to bring it over here.

Thats why you see terms like supermodel and superstar.

These terms didnt exist when I was a little boy.

It took a while for the elites to start imposing that kind of nonsense upon the people here in America.

The elites do it with a specific purpose.

If they can get you to buy in to the fact that there are people who are in a class above you, they can use those people, those celebrities to herd you into the cattle pens of the opinion that they, the elites, desire.

Thats it.

Thats why these superstars exist.

Oh, of course, they also exist to make lots of money for the elites.

Thats why you buy the junk that the celebrities peddle.

Thats why you go to their movies. Thats why you buy their recordings. Thats why you read their books.

You don’t watch their movies or buy their music because they have any more talent than the guy or gal in your local neighborhood.

There are plenty of people in your local area who are just as talented, but you don’t buy any of those peoples works because you have been programmed to believe that they are mortal like you.

Likewise you have been programmed to believe that these superstars are a cut above you, immortal, unlike you.

They are not.

You have been duped into believing such.

Your mind has been programmed to believe in the superiority of these people as surely as the people of North Korea have been programmed to believe in the superiority and immortality of Kim Jong-un.

To make sure you believe it, the elites give these celebrities all sorts of phony awards that the elites control.

These are the dog biscuits of empire.

You have been programmed.

Programmed people obey.

You have been brainwashed.

Brainwashed people obey.

Decent republics do not require blind obedience.

Blind obedience is a feature of the Third Reich.

There are no superstars in a decent republic. There are no supermodels in a decent republic.

Only in a tyrannical Third Reich are there superstars and supermodels.


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