Gene Wilder Dead – Again!: Why You Should Never Believe the Media

This post doesn’t directly pertain to anything to do with feminism and it has almost nothing to do with witchcraft, although, a lot of people think that the fact that Gene Wilder is being reported dead – again! – has something to do with quantum physics. The practice of witchcraft and quantum physics do have a strong relationship, but that’s not what’s going on here.

So, I just had another conversation in which someone tells me that someone has died who has already been dead for a while. This time I was talking to my mom, who knows I was always a fan of Gene Wilder. She told me that he just died at age 83. I said, “No, that can’t be! He’s been dead for years.”

Some people are calling this the Mandela Effect. This is supposedly a psychiatric disorder in which a person strongly remembers something happening that didn’t happen. This is absurd and really smells like a cover story to me. If this is a psychiatric disorder, then a whole lot of people are suffering from it right now, in unison, because a large number of people – like me – remember that Gene Wilder has been dead for a long time.

If you are a fan of a particular actor or actress, you tend to notice when something happens – like they die tragically of cancer! So, I remember the reports of his death well. I always liked his hapless, nice guy caught in an incriminating-looking situation themed movies. One of my favorites was “See No Evil, Hear No Evil.” I, also, loved “Haunted Honeymoon” and “Silver Streak.”

Gene’s record for dying is about every 8 years. I remember him being dead in 1999 and the special last movie production he ever made – a made-for-TV movie, called” Mystery in a Small Town” – was played in his honor. I watched it first run on television. It was pretty good.

Apparently, he was reported dead, again, in 2008.

Furthermore, there seem to be some discrepancies about his age at the time of his alleged death(s) because their are irregularities in the reports on his date of birth. Officially, it’s supposed to have been June 11, 1933:

What I think is happening is this: When a celebrity dies, his handlers, his accountants, and whoever else has a piece of him, rakes in a ton of dough. Celebrities are often worth more to the people around them dead than alive. So, they put it out in the media that he has died. They wait a few years, believing that the public is too stupid to remember anything, then they do it, again.

There’s a whole long list of these people, most are celebrities and my own short list of them includes Jack Palance, who I distinctly remember being reported dead in the newspapers, including The Enquirer, back in the late 1980s. (There’s a particular set of circumstances surrounding why I remember this so well, but I won’t go into it because it’s a long story.)  Palance reportedly died, again, in 2006. Here are a couple more who I distinctly remember being reported dead in the media, who are not celebrities: Bin Laden and Fidel Castro.

Bin Laden was supposedly killed twice before he was killed again by the fictional Seal Team 6 – I say “fictional” because that has to be the case, since it was well publicized that Bin Laden was already dead. Back in 2001, after the second World Trade Center bombing (yes, there were two, the WTC was, also, attacked back in 1993), it was reported that he was hobbling around in a cave somewhere in the Middle East attached to a kidney dialysis machine. While he may have had a kidney condition, I don’t believe for a second he was living in a cave. I do believe he probably died of kidney failure, if that part of the story was true, since most people on dialysis don’t live more than about 5 years.

Here’s Madeleine Albright talking about Bin Laden being dead on C-Span in 2007:

 

 

In one interview or another at C-Span, Albright said he was dead in 2003. But, he was reported dead back in 2001, as you can see from the following video:

 

Similarly, Fidel Castro was reported dead in 2011. I was surprised to learn recently that Obaama supposedly visited him in Cuba.

Here’s one more, which is very strange. Ted Gunderson, a former FBI agent who was billed as a superhero chasing after Satanist and alleged pedophile, Lt. Col. Michael Aquino (founder of the Temple of Set, high-ranking Col. and close friend of the Reagan family) was reported dead on July 31, 2011. A few months later, it was reported that Aquino was dead. Aquino seemed to have disappeared, no longer actively involved with the Temple of Set. Since he’s a character whose work, as such, I’ve followed for a long time, I was well-aware of the reports of his death. I dared to repeat it once in a comment section and was challenged to “prove it!” It freaked me out, frankly. I withdrew any further commentary. I still believed that he was dead for a long time because he seemed to disappear completely. Then, he re-emerged, looking like his old Satanic self, although slightly more bloated, in a bunch of recent interviews on Youtube. Apparently, he is still alive.

There are reasons why all of these people would want to appear dead or why someone else would want them to appear so. Aquino, for instance, has a lot of enemies and not for no reason.

There is no feminist purpose to this post, except to point out that you should take anything you see reported in the media with a grain of salt. They lie a lot and they have motivations to lie. There is one more thing – almost every one of them I can think of, whether celebrity or politician, who has been twice or thrice reported dead is male. Upon checking other people’s lists of dead and resurrected individuals, I see that not all, but most – strangely – are male. I have no idea the significance of that. I just noticed it.

 

Baking with Amy, Part I: About the Cyberbullying and Deception Surrounding a Woman’s Bakery and Bistro Made Famous on the T.V. Show, “Kitchen Nightmares”

This is the first of what is to be a three-part series of posts on Amy Bouzaglo and her new cookbook, “Baking with Amy.” This first post is a discussion of how she and her bakery, which was located in Scottsdale, Arizona, came to be internationally known. The next two posts will be as follows:

Baking with Amy, Part II: Review of Amy Bouzaglo’s Cookbook, “Baking with Amy.”

Baking with Amy, Part III: My Results with a Favorite Dessert from Amy Bouzaglo’s Cookbook.

I will insert the links for the newest articles once I’ve posted them.

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The front door of Amy’s Baking Company showing the restaurant’s logo Date 16 May 2013, 19:03:33 Source https://www.flickr.com/photos/planetwrite/8745834055/in/set-72157633499219381/ Author John Aho

Ordinarily, when I want to review a book, I simply write a review. But, I’ve now read several other people’s reviews of Amy’s cookbook (all positive) and every one of them is met in the comment section with criticism for not addressing the television show, “Kitchen Nightmares.” I really wanted to address that, anyway, because it pertains to some problems that women – especially beautiful, talented women – face at the hands of cyberbullies (most, but not all of whom, are males) and real-life harassers. Amy’s story, also, touches on the abuses of male chefs, which are commonly reported by women chefs. You would think for all the times that men keep telling us to get back in the kitchen, they’d be happy whenever we are there  – but, no! I, also, wanted to keep the review of the cookbook separate from this whole discussion. My review is very positive. I love the book and I’m going to tell you, in the next post, why I think it’s so good. But, what I have to say here is not so pleasant because it revolves around subjects like bullying and the deceptive fraud that is reality television.

In some of the earliest posts at this blog, I’ve discussed the hoaxes that get passed off as news. I’m sure some people find it hard to believe or just don’t want to believe it. It’s scary to think that almost everything you see on television and a lot of the trends that occur online are based on pre-planned fraud perpetrated by people who are generally trusted television personalities. (This is the nature of PsyOps as written about by the the modern father of propaganda, Lt. Col. Michael Aquino.) Anytime you see something on television or online that is being turned into a major event, you should put on your critical thinking cap.

Once you learn what to look for, it’s easy to spot fraud.

For instance, I’ve discussed previously the Roanke, Virginia shooting hoax involving a reporter and cameraman supposedly being shot on air. But, if you slow down the two videos provided, which were supposed to have been filmed at the same exact time (one by the cameraman, which supposedly was live on air and the other by the alleged shooter), you see that (1) they don’t match up and (2) no cartridges and no wad are ejected by the fake, stage prop Glock. The “news” is fake, at least, a lot of it is and the rest appears to be greatly manipulated as can be shown through endless examples that go back, at least, as far as the late 1960s, in my own investigations. They’ve been faking the news for, at least, that long in order to manipulate public opinion and to get and keep viewership.

Viewers (and now internet and social media denizens in conjunction with mainstream television viewers) are usually manipulated for, at least, one of two reasons: To sway public opinion about a matter and to make money (often by means of ratings).

Not everyone is ready to accept the truth about the news being manufactured. But, everybody knows that Reality T.V. is fake, right?!

Well, wrong – apparently. Nonetheless, it is as scripted and planned out as any fictional television programming. The people making the programs, also, use some dirty tricks to illicit the reactions they want to get from the people in the programs. They spend days filming with multiple cameras from different angles, then edit it all down into one approximately 25 minute (for a half-hour show ) or 45 minute (for an hour-long show) series of clips.

In this article from Independent.co.uk, people discuss how fake and staged so-called reality television shows are: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/reality-tv-contestants-reveal-how-real-the-shows-actually-were-a6834246.html  The article is based on this discussion from Reddit by people who have been on various reality shows: https://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/420tzp/serious_people_who_have_been_guests_on_reality/

This article, “I Work As a Writer For Reality Shows — Here’s the Deal
And believe me, they’re not glamorous. They’re also not ‘real.’” from XOJane, discusses the truth about the actors, writers, and tactics involved in the production of these programs. Would you be surprised to learn that the “hillbillies” of Duck Dynasty are actually, clean-cut, golf-playing yuppies in absurd costumes? They are caricatures of people who don’t really exist – all made to order for gullible television viewers.

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The first time you see this picture, you will see one image, but if you look again, you will see another. Once you see it, you can’t stop seeing it. It’s the same with fake television programming – once you see the fraud, you can’t stop seeing it.

Once you see how fake, how edited shows, such as the two episodes of “Kitchen Nightmares,” that featured Amy’s Baking Company are, you will never be able to stop seeing it. It’s like looking at one of those Magic Eye pictures or those pictorial illusions (see image to the right).

In two radio interviews, which are linked below in the Timeline of Events, you can hear Amy Bouzaglo discussing how Gordon Ramsay got the kind of reactions he wanted for his show out of her and her husband during the filming. She talks about how they planted actors and some members of the local community who had taken a disliking to them in the restaurant in order to create drama for their one-hour (45 minutes) program, which they filmed over the course of a week. (8/11 Correction to the previous statement: They were supposed to film for a week. The contract was cancelled after three days of filming. After he created chaos and psychologically tortured Amy for the camera – which was then heavily edited so you never hear Amy when she talks about the things he did (they cut her off and impose his voice over hers in the final edits) – Ramsay left on the second day he was there. On the show, Ramsay says he chose to walk out. In the radio interviews, Amy says they wanted to end the contract and asked him to leave.) Once you hear her talking about how it was done, those two episodes of “Kitchen Nightmares” and any other episodes of that show will never look the same to you, again.

As you’ll see from the timeline, below, Ramsay quit his show a few months after they revisited Amy’s Baking Company in an episode using mostly clips from their first visit. The second airing was not authorized by Amy and Samy, according to the interviews they have given on Totally Driven Radio (see the Timeline of Events for links). His show was exposed for the fraud it is and you will see the fakery, the editing, the actors planted as “customers” making faces at plates of food and sending it back to the kitchen, flustering the cooks, in practically every episode of his now dead show.

I am basing the information in this article on solely on what I’ve found online from articles, the television episodes themselves, and from interviews with Amy and Samy, which you can find in the links provided in the Timeline of Events, below.

Timeline of Events:

  1. Amy’s Baking Company opened its doors in 2007.
  2. February 6, 2013 (this is the post date at YouTube), Check Please, AZ, PBS, reviews Amy’s Baking Company. You’ll see a stellar review of Amy’s Baking Company starting at about 10 minutes into the video, which is from a local television program in Scottsdale, Arizona.
  3. Amy’s Baking Company, “Kitchen Nightmares” aired May 10, 2013.
  4. Amy and her husband Samy Bouzaglo appeared on the Dr. Phil Show, which aired on April 9, 2014.
  5. Return to Amy’s, “Kitchen Nightmares” aired April 11, 2014.
  6. 1st Interview on Totally Driven Radio on October 31, 2013.
  7. 2nd Interview on Totally Driven Radio on June 5, 2014.
  8. Gordon Ramsay’s reality T.V. show, “Kitchen Nightmares” last aired on September 6, 2014. Amy mentions in the 2nd radio interview, linked above, that Ramsay announced online that he was done with the show in June 2014.
  9. Baking with Amy is published on April 15, 2015.
  10. Amy’s Baking Company is reported closed on December 29, 2015 by AZCentral. According to my calculations, the restaurant was in business for 9 years, which is a pretty good run.

I’ve made no secret of the fact that I hate television and I don’t have it. I haven’t had it for years. Some people think that people like me who “brag” about not having television and say we hate it are being pretentious, but the fact is, I just can’t stand it. I know that, at least, 99% of what is broadcast is fake. Most of it is extremely misogynistic. Fewer and fewer women are watching television these days because it’s just not a pleasure for us to see women being raped and slaughtered for male entertainment purposes. I, also, find that it is difficult to talk to people who do watch a lot of television because even if they do believe on some conscious level that television is partly or all fiction, they still talk and act like they believe what they see and hear on it. It is impossible to reason with them, to present any facts, even those based on events I’ve personally experienced, when I have to compete with the lies propagated by television. It really has turned a lot of people’s brains to mush. It’s scary.

There is a huge, scary mob of people who are easily influenced by what they see on television. They are reminiscent of the peasants with pitchforks and torches from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. There are mobs of these people who are seem to be looking for someone to hate, someone to direct their hatred at, which is why they are sometimes simply called “haters.” Women online, in particular feminist writers, are well aware of such “haters,” most of whom are men and most of whom have a special kind of sexualized hatred they direct at women. Some of these are basement dwellers sponging off mom. Some are professional – dudebros like RooshV, who make a living teaching men how to hate and rape women or like Paul Elam, who collects donations and puts out bounties on the heads of women, making them fear for their lives, and there are men threatening to rape them, their daughters, even to harm their elderly parents (such as the threats reported recently by Jessica Valentia and the ongoing threats and organized professional man-hate against Anita Sarkeesian).

In a way, Gordon Ramsay is was one of these professional trolls. He had a production company that apparently cooperated with restaurant “reviewers” from the website, Yelp, to locate restaurants to feature on his show. Most of these restaurants were in trouble. He’d go in and try to capitalize on any existing drama, invent some of his own with the help of actors and by means of his own apparent knack for being an abusive bully and upsetting people. He’s notorious for his disgusting foul mouth, which apparently is all part of his charm to people in the British Isles. The British have been exporting some very unpleasant men to this country  in recent years (e.g. Piers Morgan and Simon Cowell) and this is a trend I’d like to see come to an end. We don’t need it. I understand it is being done because they work cheaply and, of course, they are cheap in other ways. Cheapness is, also, the reason why there is a proliferation of these horrible so-called reality shows. Compared to the kind of television programming that used to be done (remember the ABC Movie of the Week?) these show are very inexpensive to produce.

Amy and Samy were never paid for the two episodes. They didn’t get their permission to do the second episode, which included some clips of an interview by someone from “Kitchen Nightmares” named Garcia. Ramsay didn’t have the decency to even present himself for the “Return to Amy’s” episode. You will see and hear him narrating and you’ll see a lot of clips and phony interviews with people who know the Bouzaglos or who claimed to have a bad experience at the restaurant (like 2 people who were reporters, but never identified as such for the episode, who appear to have planted three fruitflies in a drink in order to make a news clip out of it for a local news show), but Ramsay was never actually there.

Furthermore, the “submission video” shown in Return to Amy’s was fictional. Amy says they did not submit a video. Rather, they were approached by a production company, Amy discusses this at about 8 minutes into the 2nd interview on Totally Driven Radio.

Amy and Samy had drawn the wrath of some of the locals in Scottsdale, according to Amy, because they were a very high-end, yet small operation, and sometimes they had to turn away patrons because they did not have the capacity and staff to serve them on some occasions. So, there got to be a kind of local lynch mob, which aired its malice on Yelp.

When they were contacted by “Kitchen Nightmares,” Amy was under the impression that they were going to get some national attention for their restaurant and Ramsay would help spread the world about the excellent food their restaurant offered. At that time, the restaurant was not troubled. The only problem they had was cyberbullies on Yelp and on their Facebook page.

Amy made one very bad mistake: She fed the trolls! 

Never feed the trolls. This is a rule those of us who live online all know. But, Amy spends most of her time in the kitchen. So, it’s possible she and Samy had no idea what the online world of trolls can become. They found out the hard way. It was Yelpers, quite possibly trolls, who suggested “Amy’s Baking Company” for an episode of “Kitchen Nightmares.” When the first show aired back in 2013, it became an internet sensation, the videos of the episode went viral. People like me who had never heard of  Gordon Ramsay or “Kitchen Nightmares” (which was in its 6th season by then) watched the episode – and re-watched it. (I adore Amy!) It’s safe to say that it’s the most watched episode of that perfectly awful reality show – ever. It may, also, have been Ramsay’s undoing in the end. The Bouzaglos were determined that if Ramsay was going to destroy them, they wouldn’t go down with out a fight and they wouldn’t go down alone.

When I titled this blogpost, I used the word, “deception,” to describe what happened to Amy and Samy Bouzaglo at the hands of Ramsay and his minions, paid and unpaid. But, I wanted to use the word, “fraud.” Fraud is a strong word and it has some legal connotations, so I chose the word “deception,” instead. But, I think it is not at all wrong to call what was done here “fraud.” Some victims of similar reality show shenanigans have sued. The most infamous example I can remember off the top of my head was that of the Jenny Jones Show (I’m dating myself and my television viewing, again, here!) back in 1997 when Jenny Jones invited a non-gay man onto the show to meet his crush, who turned out to be another man. The surprised guest was so humiliated that he ended up murdering the other man – a big lawsuit followed.

Here’s some more information about the fraudulent nature of talk-reality shows in an old video clip, involving that episode of the Jenny Jones Show. Here’s another documentary from HBO from 1997 on these old talk shows: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJJVE2gqjOc . Here is a clip from Jenny Jones at trial. I, also, had colleagues who appeared on some of these talk shows in an effort to promote their careers (to get credits, which get you higher paid bookings with agencies and night clubs) who told me they were heavily edited and the show was made to look very different from what actually happened. For instance, Howard Stern edited his show, I was told privately by a former guest, so that the women who appear on it look as sleazy and cheap as possible. There’s no way to get the upper hand in any conversation with the host because they edit the show and make the guest appear however they want her to appear. Another woman I worked with did promotions for a major (MAJOR, but now defunct) night club in NYC back in the 1990s and the talk shows invented a non-existent pop-cultural phenomenon and tried to convince audiences it was a real thing in order to get ratings for themselves and the shows guests (including my colleague) were hired actors (complete with SAG membership cards), paid to promote the club, which is why they appeared on the show and told a pack of lies to an international audience.

Amy and Samy might have had grounds for a lawsuit. But, they said they are not litigious, although they believe (and so do I) they should have been compensated for their participation in the show, instead they wanted to expose Ramsay and “Kitchen Nightmares.” This, despite the fact that they may have been subjected to a “non-disclosure” clause of some type in their contract (reminiscent of the famously litigious Donald Trump and his silencing tactics).

In the beginning, they believed Ramsay and his producers when they said he was going to help them and the only problem their restaurant had, at that time, was an online troll one. Instead, he aggravated their online troll problem, which had previously only been local, and turned it into a nation-wide troll attack. Amy’s Baking Company became, as Amy described it in the second episode of Kitchen Nightmares, “Disneyland for the crazies.”

So much is disturbing about how Amy was treated by Gordon Ramsay that it’s hard to determine where to start in describing it. A lot of the false characterizations he made of her are based on both gendered and sexist stereotypes. He says she is “crazy.” He doesn’t use the exact word “shrew,” but he puts forth the idea that she is a tyrant who is feared by her husband. He badgers her. When she tries to talk to him, he lets her finish half of a sentence before he uses her words to interrupt her, speak over her, and continue to harangue her. She reveals in one of the radio interviews that Ramsay came into the kitchen where she was working with a female employee and sexually harassed Amy to the point of tears by harping on the size and condition of her husband’s balls while making the accusation that her husband feared her.

It’s reminiscent of how Stanley Kubrick nearly drove Shelley Duvall to a nervous breakdown in order to get the reaction he wanted from her on film for “The Shining!” There really ought to be a law against treating women worse than circus animals! But, we all know that’s not going to happen anytime soon.

It, also, reminds me of high school bullies, as exemplified by “Mean Girls,” which is the level at which Ramsay appears to operate. In the original 2013 episode, when Ramsay first comes into the restaurant he is very complimentary and friendly-seeming. Amy’s Baking Company wasn’t like most of the crummy joints featured on his television show. It was a million dollar-plus spread, with beautiful checkerboard tile floors, a gilded decor, an al fresco dining area, and shiny display cases full of Amy’s beautiful desserts and pastries. The kitchen was pristine. The food in the refrigerators was stored and dated in an example of perfect organization.

He tries one of the desserts. He likes it. He compliments the cleanliness and organization of the kitchen. Then, he talks to Amy and Samy, who are now very relaxed and comfortable with him. But, it’s all a Regina George-style set up. He gets them to talk about themselves. He asks them if they have children. (I find the child question appalling, by the way. Lots of people, especially women, have health problems, have hysterectomies due to some disorder or as the result of horrific rapes, have endometriosis, have miscarriages, have lost an unborn child to male violence – there is an endless number of scenarios. There are, also, many moral, ethical and highly personal reasons that women do not use their wombs to make children. It’s not a nice question and it’s a rudely presumptuous one.)  Amy jokes that they have three little boys, but they are trapped in cat bodies.

They obviously treat their cats like children and one of the clips they most like to use to show that Amy is a “crazy cat lady”is where she is talking about how she speaks to the cats and they talk and sing back. They took this lighthearted moment and turned it into something to demean her in a particularly misogynistic way. This characterization gave way to cartoons (memes) depicting her as a witch. Amy has been able to find some humor in this and on the surface, I see it, too. Nonetheless, there is something deeply hateful, Medievally hateful, in fact, about it. There is something terrifying on a primal level about being publicly called a witch – whether you really are one or not. (Amy is “God’s child,” according to one of her social media posts in response to being accused of being a witch. This means she is probably either Christian or Jewish and is not a conjurer or practitioner of the Dark Arts and, therefore, she is not a witch.) Historically, the “witch” label has been the pretext for unspeakable horrors committed by mobs, instigated and encouraged by those in positions of power – a lot like Ramsay and his legions of dudebros.

As he’s setting them up, he gets some other personal information about Samy, which seem to indicate that he once participated in some kind of alternative life-style. He has been called a “playboy,” which is a euphemism for all kinds of things and it is conveyed that he had, at least once, some criminal connections.

In fact, when the spaghetti hit the fan, one result was that people were digging into both of their pasts. Local news outlets and vloggers were milking their popularity for all it was worth. This resulted in some apparently false reports that Samy was in the country illegally (he is a naturalized American citizen, born in Morocco and a citizen of Israel, according to available information) and was on the verge of being deported. It was publicized that Amy was convicted and served time in prison for “banking fraud.” If you listen to the reports, they’d have you believe she was an embezzler. But, she was sentenced to 14-months for putting a social security number that wasn’t hers on an application for a $15,000 loan. I’m not saying that’s a right thing to do. It’s certainly not a smart thing to do. But, it’s not embezzling or theft and it does seem that the penalty was extremely heavy handed for a non-violent offence and her first and only offence, as far as I am aware. Consider that the Steubenville rapists only got one day in Juvie and the child rapist, Jeffrey Epstein, only served three months in a facility where he had the key to his own cell and was able to come and go freely. Something just seems wrong about this.

Any information that could be found about the two of them was being dug up and a lot of it stemmed from this friendly set up in the beginning in which Ramsay appeared trustworthy and conversational. This friendly conversational demeanor would not last, a pattern you will find in many other episodes of his show.

Most of the food that Amy prepares at the restaurant is made from scratch. Amy acknowledges that a few things are frozen, such as the ravioli. Ramsay fixates on this and runs it into the ground during the show. At no time in the show, does he really offer any constructive criticism. “It’s disgusting” and “it’s crap” seem to be the extent of it. I watched the first episode a few times trying to understand what was so bad about frozen raviolis. I still don’t know.

According to Amy in the radio interviews, Ramsay had them, for the purposes of the show, show a waitress. In fact, the restaurant doesn’t have waitresses. Instead, they have what they call “food runners” who are paid an hourly wage to simply pick up food from the kitchen and deliver it to the table. They don’t take orders or use the computer. This was changed for the show. Then, Ramsay made a big deal about how the waitresses (which the restaurant didn’t actually have) were not being tipped, claiming that the owner was stealing tips from the waitresses. This resulted in the restaurant being investigated by some government agency, but no wrong-doing was found. Nonetheless, this became more fodder for their enemies, a now huge body of nasty trolls, bullies and harassers who began threatening them and harassing them at their restaurant.

The night before Ramsay arrived, they filmed the restaurant, which according to Amy in her radio interviews and in the following article, they packed with actors and Yelpers, some of whom had physically threatened her and Samy online and who had been harassing them for about three years. There is sequence after sequence of people making faces and turning up their noses as they are served Amy’s food. This is something you will see in other episodes of “Kitchen Nightmares.” It’s obviously a set up for the show. These are actors and plants. More evidence for the fact that these were actors and paid instigators may be found at this article, in the Phoenix New Times, entitled “Screaming, Expletives, and, Eventually, Police: All in the First Night of Kitchen Nightmares Taping at Amy’s Baking Company,” in which there are descriptions and quotes from Amy (that she might have actually said and which indicate that she knew who some of the instigators were and that some were actors and she knew she was being “set up,” which is exactly what was happening) from that first night. You’ll see only clips of what happened in the show, all edited to make Amy and Samy look “crazy” and “paranoid.” (It’s not “paranoia” when you are really being set up!)  News articles like this one with quotes from the Kitchen Nightmares people allegedly saying “We’ve never seen anything like this,” pour gasoline on the flames and are an attempt to lend credibility to their fictional narrative.

Another “waitress” appearing in the show was fired by Amy for “simply asking a question.” But, if you watch the show carefully, you see the look on the girl’s face and according to Amy, she had been difficult all night (she says this in one of the radio interviews) and this was the last straw. There is a clip of Amy on the show saying, “Why are you acting like this?” After watching the show a few times, it looks like this girl was put up to her behavior for the purposes of the show. She gives a number of interviews in both the first and second episodes disparaging and ridiculing Amy.

There are, also, apparent patrons (which you will learn from the interviews from Amy were Yelpers, there to cause trouble) who caused difficulties over a pizza and were kicked out of the restaurant by Amy.

Upon re-watching, it is easy to see that the whole “show” is one big set up with a lot of editing to make Amy appear crazy and irrational as Ramsay and his plants try to drive her insane – literally. This is what we call “gaslighting.” The absurd number of alleged customers sending the food back, claiming it’s no good, for instance, is gaslighting. It’s often done by men to women to slowly drive us crazy. To make us doubt ourselves. To frustrate us. To cause us to defend ourselves against charges that we’re not crazy (not witches, not shrews), etc., which is just used as more fodder and more “proof” that it’s all true. To prove that Amy was “crazy” lots of online bullies created memes and videos showing still shots of Amy from the show with her eyes wide open. One idiot male vlogger made a video with a still of this claiming that it was proof that she was psychotic and demonically possessed. Near the end of the first episode, Amy calls him out on what he has done and Ramsay says to Amy, “Blaming everyone again” in the exact same tone of voice as Charles Boyer talking to Ingrid Bergman in the movie, Gaslight. He calls her “delusional.” When Amy says, “Can I show you reviews, hundreds of reviews, that we didn’t write that are from real customers?” He says, “Online bullies again,” as if he’s not aware of the problem – as if she is imagining it. The dialogue might have been taken straight from the script of that film because this is exactly how men who gaslight women behave – this is what they say and how they say it.

When the show aired, it got some press, as well, showing up in national news headlines. That’s when people on the internet (like me, who don’t see T.V. usually) got wind of it. Then, the nastiness multiplied exponentially. Samy and Amy got threats over the phone, they had prank callers (lots of loser men have posted videos of themselves harassing Samy and Amy, mostly on the telephone to disrupt their business and inflict psychological harm), people making fake reservations, and people coming from all over out of state to check out the restaurant. Some of those tourists generated by the show and its fallout did some awful things. But, a whole lot of other people actually tried Amy’s cooking and loved it. They couldn’t understand why they were portrayed as the worst restaurant in the country on the television show.

The bottom line is this: Television is fake. Pretty much everything you see on there including the news is fake. The people you see in reality shows and often on talk shows (although that format nearly died after the Jenny Jones Show debacle) are often actors, people who are not actors are manipulated and psychologically tortured in order to get a desired reaction, and the shows are as scripted as any other fictional programming.

Amy says in her radio interviews that she wants people to know that reality shows are fake and she doesn’t want anyone else to fall for this con artistry. They have done their best to expose Gordon Ramsay for what he is. “Kitchen Nightmares” is over.

Meanwhile, Amy has put out her first book, which I will review in the next post. She’s, also, got some very nice videos on fancy baking and pastry-making. She’s had some problems with trolls, though, apparently. I noticed that she’s had to create, at least, three different channels because YT keeps taking them down. There is a real dearth of women making videos and posting them at YT. They have a man problem over there and that is the bulk of Amy’s trolls, which you’ll find if you do a search on her name or restaurant at YT. A lot of what has happened to Amy is simply woman-hating. If she were a man, it probably wouldn’t have happened. What Ramsay and the trolls have done to her has really taken a toll on her health. None of this is surprising to radical feminists, of course, and it’s all happened despite the fact that she is married to a man.

Amy Bouzaglo really has a larger than life personality. I am really hoping to see more of her, but if she becomes a recluse (like me), I can certainly understand why.

Additional material:

In the Kitchen Nightmare show and in the radio interviews, Amy makes reference to problems with Yelp. Ramsay, whose production company appears to have been working with Yelpers, acts like this is a ridiculous idea. Although, there have been many suits and many more allegations against Yelp for extortionist practices. In the video below, restaurant owners discuss a three-part series of events that plays out like this: (1) A restaurant gets legitimate good (4 and 5 star) reviews; (2) The restaurant begins receiving calls from sales reps from Yelp asking them to pay for advertising; (3) if the restaurant doesn’t pay, the good reviews disappear and any bad reviews rise to the top of their site.

Here’s a business-owner talking about his experiences with Yelp:

Billion Dollar Bully – this is a trailer for a documentary about Yelp’s alleged bullying and extortion of business-owners:

Season 9, Episode 14 of South Park, “You’re Not Yelping,” humorously brings to light the nature of Yelp reviewers and their arrogance, bullying and extortion of restaurant owners:

http://southpark.cc.com/full-episodes/s19e04-youre-not-yelping

A video about Yelp and the lawsuits against them involving allegations of extortion and threats of physical harm if they did not pay. This and these other videos are relevant to the story of Amy’s Baking Company because they fully support her allegations:

Chef suicides and restaurant closings are elements in the wake of destruction that seems to have followed Gordon Ramsay and his reality television shows:

BBC News: ‘MasterChef’ runner-up Josh Marks commits suicide
Rachel Brown, contestant on “‘Hell’s Kitchen,’ found dead in Bedford
Most Restaurants on Kitchen Nightmares Are Now Closed
Joseph Cerniglia, ‘Kitchen Nightmares’ Suicide — Second for Chef Gordon Ramsay’s Shows

 

What Joan Rivers Actually Said About the Gay President and His Tranny Wife

I don’t have television. I hate it. So, I purposely miss a lot of things that are going on in the outside world, which I regard as one big freak show. Not only do I despise most of what passes for entertainment on the tube, but I hate the news and politics. This is why I’m sometimes very late to the party when it comes to hot topics.

If Joan Rivers had not turned up all dead about a month after the clip below was filmed on July 3, 2014, I wouldn’t have known about it. I wouldn’t have bothered to look for this original bit of film  at all except that I finally took a good look at some things to do with both the Muslims, who are invading W. Europe and who have been doing so for some time, in fact, and the transgender issue or what I now think of as the transgender agenda, a feature of which is the disappearance of actual women from public space and our replacement with tranny men – some convincing and some not so.

According to various news reports, Rivers died on September 4, 2014 in New York City as a result of a botched “emergency” throat biopsy. In effect, her throat was slit by a man in a white coat.

She was a big advocate for gay rights.

Here’s the clip. Please, watch carefully and notice her demeanor.

You clearly see that she was not joking, as she later stated on a TV show. She was serious. She had just come from officiating a gay wedding and was approached by some silly paparazzo, who giggles at her comments, which seems to make her a little annoyed. He asks if we will ever see a gay president, which seems like a provoking question because, of course, in 2012 Newsweek ran a cover with Obama on the cover with the title “The First Gay President” and you’d have to be living under a proverbial rock not to know about Larry Sinclair’s (now deceased due to being run down by a car in a convenient hit and run incident) allegations in his book and the string of crack-smoking, mostly prematurely deceased, gay men associated with Obama. Rivers replies that we already have one with Obama, then she turns away and says, “So, let’s just calm down.” Then, she adds that Michelle is a tranny. When the paparazzo seems not to understand, she says it more clearly, a little annoyance in her voice, “… a transgender. We all know!” The paparazzo says, “Oh, my gosh.” Rivers repeats, “Oh, my gosh,” in a quiet mocking tone as she walks away up the steps saying, “It’s okay,” with an air of smug condescension. She seems to be gloating, almost bragging about the gay man and his tranny-man wife in the White House and she seems annoyed with the man for asking questions about things that seem pretty obvious to anyone who isn’t in a television-induced trance.

About 6 weeks or so later, she is dead. Her daughter has reportedly filed a suit against the hospital because, despite the fact that she was 81-years old, there is no reason she should be dead right now.

But, what’s going on here? We have a flood of tranny men harassing actual women online. We have men – total pricks – running Reddit groups and blogs like WeHuntedtheMammoth, who are kicking actual women off their feminist/anti-MRA sites when they refuse to call men “she” or otherwise submit to male tyranny in the form of transgenderism. More and more I see a reporter or some other public figure using their full feminine-sounding name (a dead-giveaway to it’s probably a tranny because actual women are not safe using our full names, anywhere) only to take a second look and realize that it’s actually a man – sometimes he’s in a wig and lipstick and other times I recognize the patriarchal language he expresses himself with. It’s like Invasion of the Body Snatachers. Real women are disappearing and pigs in wigs are appearing in our stead.

So, I took a close look at some of these dick-wielding brutes in dresses. I’ve concluded that, at least, a handful of public figures that most people think are women are actually men.  They have broad shoulders, man hands and their bodily proportions are all wrong. A lot of them seem to have the same plastic surgeon, too. They commonly have cheek implants like we apparently see on Bruce Jenner.

I haven’t had television since before Obama was put in the White House, so I haven’t seen too much of these two people, Barack and Michelle. I remember my first impressions of them, though. The first time I heard him speak, I knew he was not a native English speaker. His cadence is all wrong and he mispronounces common words when he reads them off the teleprompter, in ways which no native English speaker would ever do. When I first saw an image of Michelle on the cover of a magazine, I remarked that she had a demonic presence the likes of which I have never seen in a woman.

After examining a whole lot of badly photoshopped official photos of the Obamas released on their official website and Facebook account and images from one of Obama’s alleged biographies, I am convinced that Michelle is actually “Michael.” He has a dick and dresses to the right when he wears slacks, has unmistakable man hands and broad shoulders like a linebacker. But, you should by no means take my word for this. Look for yourself.

In the following video, notice a clip of Obama addressing a bunch of military brass and referring to his “wife” as Michael at about 48 seconds in. Afterward, you see and hear Larry Sinclair:

Here are some badly photoshopped pictures of Obama and his fake family members, as well as a photoshopped pic of “Mooch” (Michael L. Robinson aka. Michelle Obama) or, at least, an out-dated picture of an actual woman photoshopped to look like him.  Look carefully at the pics – it’s like a game, what’s wrong with these pictures?:

http://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2015/05/12/family-pictures-of-young-obama-are-fake

Another collection of strange-looking Obama “family” photos – note too-big heads, shrunken heads, strange proportions to limbs in most of these photos: http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/chat/2458646/posts

Very old-looking picture of a young girl in ballerina tights, who is supposed to be Michelle Obama, who was supposedly born in 1964.  Note in the quotation, she complains that she could not become a ballerina because there were only 2 black teachers on the east coast in the 1950s. Here it is, it’s an image-capture of a Tweet supposedly from LaToya Jackson: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/95420085827177009/ The only thing that matches up here is that the photo does look like it’s from the 1950s.

The thing I’ve noticed repeatedly about alleged pics of “Michelle” is that they all look about 10 to 15 years older than than they should be.  “She” was born in 1964. I was born in 1965. Most pictures of me as a child or teenager are in color. All the pics of “Michelle” are in black and white. That’s because not only is that not “Michelle,” the pics are of a woman who resembles him, but is much older – if she is still alive.

The “president’s” official papers from Indonesia where he attended a Muslim school: http://mrconservative.com/2015/09/64375-disturbing-barack-obama-footage-leaks-experts-call-it-most-dangerous-video-ever

Homosexuality is a feature of Islam. Similar to what we find with the rape of women in the Judeo-Christian bible, it is permissible and even pleasing in the eyes of God/Allah as long as it is performed in certain prescribed ways. In Islam, which is like Judeo-Christianity on steroids, women are cattle, we are “fields” to be “plowed.” Rape of women and girls is common, but the highest pleasure is the sodomy of boys and the truth about Muslims that is rarely discussed, but which anyone who has lived around them for very long (for example, it is well-known in Germany where there are lots of Turks) knows very well, is that the men prefer homosexuality.

Why does any of this matter? Firstly, it matters because the entire presidency is built on a foundation of lies that run so deep that it is difficult to comprehend. Literally none of the people purported to be related to this Obama guy, whoever he is, are actual relatives. If they were his actual relatives, they wouldn’t have to create photoshopped images and try to pass them off as official state documents and family photos. Secondly, it matters because we women have literally no representation in government, whatsoever. We are being vanished! We are being disappeared! And, these hideous caricatures of women are being put in our stead. They mimic us and mock us. The pretend to be us, to speak for us, to act on our behalf. They pretend to be women, but they are all men and their human rights always trump our own. Thirdly, it matters because this is clearly part of a greater agenda. The TV shooting hoaxes and the trannies everywhere are related to a long-term plan to destroy women (and some men) and to destroy our lives. The Christians were right when they said that Sharia Law is what is coming eventually. This, I believe, is what Obama and his tranny man and the numerous actors and athletes passing themselves off to the public as female humans are all about.

What do we do about it? I don’t know exactly what to tell you. My first impulse, as always is to distance myself from it as much as possible. But, I know that I need to be aware of what they’re doing because it is affecting me directly – it is affecting my safety and my finances in a big way.  I think once you look at this – if you come to the same conclusion (and, if you look at it closely, there is no other possible conclusion) you will have to figure out how much it affects your life and what you need to do to protect yourself.

Related:

How to tell a man from a woman with Michael L. Robinson aka. Michelle Obama as an example: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Y6XW7hgfq8

Obama’s Tranny Nanny in Indonesia, a videography from AP, Associated Press: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ZOQPVRYt3Y

Larry Sinclair’s 2008 Press Conference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QK0eGp3N6A

Larry Sinclair Interview with American Free Press, Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLhqVU4-psU

Larry Sinclair Interview with American Free Press, Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LsAdbIDaZoI

The “Poor” Refugees Invading Western Europe Have Fancy Cell Phones

As loads of aggressive-looking dudebros pile into Western Europe, one noticeable feature is not only how well-dressed some of them appear, but that many of them have fancy cell phones.

Here’s a news clip from that pinnacle of fair and honest reporting in England called the BBC:

You see, it’s perfectly normal for refugees to have fancy cell phones.

Here’s an article from a pinko website called “The Independent”

http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/surprised-that-syrian-refugees-have-smartphones-well-sorry-to-break-this-to-you-but-youre-an-idiot-10489719.html

Here’s the charming headline of that article, which I know automatically was written by a liberal dudebro because it is full of insults and self-satisfied condescension: “Surprised that Syrian refugees have smartphones? Sorry to break this to you, but you’re an idiot”

Here’s a little excerpt from that article:

“The world isn’t a binary split between “rich” and “poor” – and we should adjust our assumptions about the countries in the middle accordingly.”

My response to this is as follows: Adjust this, motherfucker. A whole lot of hard-working, supposedly rich, blonde-haired, “white privileged” people like myself, living in 1st world countries, cannot afford such cellphones. For example, I have a cheap 10-dollar per month flip-phone, which I use only for emergencies. I got rid of my traditional land line years ago because I could not afford it!

What kind of refugees come wearing Adidas and running around with expensive cell phones?- so many of these men (and it’s all dudes in the pics) have these phones that they had to set up special cell phone charging stations for them.

Moreover, what company in their home country, which has supposedly been devastated in a takeover from ISIS, is providing their cellphone service?

If you haven’t noticed that there is something very strange about these “refugees” by now, then you are not paying close enough attention!

Related:

Video from the island of Lesbos ( a small Greek island with limited resources, already under the strain of the EU austerity agreements), where these so-called refugees landed without permission, complained about their reception, overwhelmed the island, then ran wild breaking things and entering people’s homes:

List of U.S. Media Hoaxes: Shootings Staged to Frame the Mentally Ill and Citizens Who Exercise 2nd Amendment Rights

Examination of the two videos involving the alleged shooting of “Alison Parker,” another reporter and a woman being “interviewed” in Roanoke, Virginia reveals that the the videos were shot on two different occasions (not two videos of the same event as we were told) and that the gun used by the man they called Vester Flanagan, aka. Bryce Williams is a movie prop, not a Gock 19. No one and nothing was struck by a bullet, no trajectory issued forth from the barrel of the gun whatsoever and no spent shell casings were released from the right side of the gun, which would be the case with the Glock 19.

If you haven’t familiarized yourself with this absurd theatrical event, you will find the evidence below (Note: there are more such videos, but they are constantly being removed by Youtube):

Comparison of Glock 19 Vs. Fake Gun Used in Hoax Shooting in Roanoke

https://vid.me/5RZp

Side-by-side-comparison of the two videos, note that Alison and the other woman nod in the 1st video (to the right), but not in the 2nd video (to the left) right before “Flanagan” begins firing the prop gun. Notice, also, that no one is shot. If someone were to be hit by a 9mm hollow point, there would be holes in the clothing and flesh. This is a Hollywood production!:

But, this is only one of many staged shooting events. Most of these events involve, for some reason, the “murder” of mostly women and children, such as the Sandy Hook theatrical event. If you are not already familiar with the body of evidence surrounding this staged event, you will find plenty of information about it at YouTube. A man named Wolfgang Halbig has been trying (foolishly, in my opinion) to force the participants of this hoax into a courtroom to get them under oath.

The following is a list of events that have either been proven to be hoaxes, or as I like to call them, staged events, or which are highly suspicious.

The “Murder” of Sharon Tate in 1969, which is suspicious because of the alleged crime scene and morgue photos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uxLasmEYNR4

Patty Hurst Alleged Kidnapping of the ’70s (Major magazine heiress allegedly kidnapped and forced to rob banks – no firm evidence, but highly suspicious):

http://mileswmathis.com/hearst.pdf

Gabby Giffords alleged shooting in Tucson, AZ, which is very highly suspicious:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-57AJxsiL9g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5_JiCG0IJg

Aurora, Colorado Theater Shooting, clearly staged, actors – mostly very bad actors – were used. Some of these actors were recycled for use in the Sandy Hook event. Here’s an example of Anderson Cooper interviewing an alleged shooting victim, of course, this is just the tip of the iceberg. You’ll have to do your own online investigation because the evidence is mountainous:

Sandy Hook or Newtown, an absolutely absurd narrative formed around a drill, clearly planned years in advance by politicians and others in Connecticut. No evidence of any deaths, whatsoever. This is a good recent doumentary:

The Boston Bombing, which is clearly a set up with lots of actors:

http://nodisinfo.com/absolute-proof-boston-bombing-was-a-staged-hoax/

Houston “Mass Shooting” from 2014, which is highly suspicious: http://www.cbsnews.com/news/cassidy-stay-sole-survivor-of-houston-shooting-thanks-supporters/

Elliot Rodger and the alleged shooting of Isla Vista in Santa Barbara, California – this story and the pictures that go with it have big problems. It was obviously staged:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hL-Widy8K34

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5PVJdzfsYo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQEcVbixRhM – more green screens when the “grieving father” is supposed to be on location.

Charleston, North Carolina alleged church shooting by racist “redneck,” Dylan Roof, who has not a spot of red on him and looks more like an East German or a Russian than he does a southern redneck. This shooting was referenced WWF-style by the fake Flanagan in the Roanoke shooting:

http://nodisinfo.com/fake-shooter-charleston-s-c-mass-shooting-hoax/

This Blue/Green Screen composition reveals hoaxes going back to CNN’s coverage of the Persian Gulf War. It opens with actors who are actually in a studio in Atlanta, Georgia pretending to be on location in Egypt or somewhere in the Middle East where they are under siege by SCUD missiles:

In the more recent staged events, not only do we sometimes see actors re-used as if it’s a Monty Python sketch, but we see that the alleged family members of survivors are immediately on the television, crying without tears, calling for tighter gun regulations and blaming the mentally ill, the NRA and anybody who believes in the 2nd Amendment. We, also, see they set up charities and fund raising websites. Why does a dead child need a huge charity fund? Obviously, they don’t.

Another thing we see is obviously photoshopped pictures of these suspicious families. In the case of the Sharon Tate morgue photo, we see that an image of her head was literally cut out of a photograph and Scotch taped on to a picture of an actual deceased woman’s morgue photo. So, the idea of faking photos is nothing new and none of these people are very good at using the technology available to them.

Most of the time, the shooter commits suicide. Those “shooters” who appear insane or drugged (Jared Loughner and the Aurora alleged shooter, for example) seem to be being used as patsies, a la Lee Harvey Oswald.

Should you wish to stage your own fake shooting, you can rent a prop gun like the one shown in the Roanoke, Virginia “shooting” videos. Here’s more information:

Liberal feminist Naomi Wolf talks about media staged events or hoaxes in this surprisingly candid question and answer session: