Randy Quaid was trying to expose a conspiracy theory involving Hollyweird a few years back, and this topic resurfaced recently in forums, in part due to a Mark Dice video explaining how this whole thing is a disinformation campaign. Randy Quaid and his wife have been on the run from the law, and they claim they are in hiding because of an Illuminati murdering practice called ‘Star Whacking.’
Randy doesn’t necessarily think he’s going to be murdered, but rather be the victim of a scandal or smear campaign. He said that this started with false arrests and accusations of defrauding a hotel innkeeper a couple of years ago. Around this time he and his wife found that they were still in possession of some property in Santa Barbara that they thought they sold 20+ years ago. While they were cleaning the property they were arrested for trespassing and vandalism. They claim that they’ve been fraudulently arrested and set up by people within the Santa Barbara government.
The reason? To do a cash grab.
Take a look at what the LATimes reported about Michael Jackson’s estate after he died:
According to documents filed with the U.S. Tax Court in Washington, Jackson’s executors placed his net worth at the time of his June 2009 death at slightly more than $7 million.The IRS placed it at $1.125 billion, a difference so vast it looks like a typo.Jackson’s return was so inaccurate, the IRS said, that it qualified for a gross valuation misstatement penalty, which would allow the government to double the usual 20% penalty for underpayment.“I’ve never even heard of the gross valuation misstatement penalty being asserted,” said Andrew Katzenstein, an estate tax expert at the law firm Proskauer Rose in Los Angeles.
Ironically, the state of California was contemplating buying the property for $100M to turn it into a state park at one time, so what does that tell you?…
Randy says the “Star Whackers” killed David Carradine (by hanging him; claiming his wife even supports this theory) and Heath Ledger. He also believes that Google helps out in the setup by placing smear campaigns at the top of the search results. There’s also a sub-theory to consider that claims Randy might be trying to expose Scientology in a covert way. David Carradine was affiliated with Scientology:
Carradine’s desire to be accepted by Scientology may have been for sentimental reasons. The actor was baptized as an Episcopalian, but his mother was a strict Christian Scientist. According to Jensen, Carradine had several scientologist friends and attributed his role in Kill Bill to meeting director Quentin Tarantino at the Scientology Celebrity Center in Hollywood
And the Celebrity Center is also located in the epicenter of this ‘Star Whacker’ conspiracy theory being concocted. Here’s the best youtube video of Randy and Evi Quaid on an Early Show interview:
Here’s an interesting interview where Randy and his wife go through most of the theories I’ve presented thus far, and then claim that competing companies use scandals to defame celebrities in attempt to gain financially. For example, Randy was the voice of Capital One, so a competing bank might be behind all of this in order to make Capital One suffer some image problems. Another example is Tiger Woods’ sponsorship competition setting up the whole sex scandal. Take a listen:
Here is a public statement he gave in 2010 in Vancouver that explains most of it over again; talking about how “banks prefer dead actors because they don’t get in the way.”
Part 2 (he goes into the Star Whackers theories here):
Another aspect of the theory is that Hollywood has been orchestrating this smear for a long time now, giving Randy roles that are indicative of him being wacky or offbeat. Like the classic Cousin Eddie character in Christmas Vacation:
So what do you think? Is Randy Quaid getting set up?
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