Everybody, and I mean everybody, is talking about it: Will Smith slapping Chris Rock at the Oscars. So I’d better give my two cents worth. And naturally, I sense a conspiracy.
I’ve been involved in the world of conspiracies and false flags long enough now to have a reasonably good eye for fakery. The moment I watched the now viral scene as Chris Rock raises the ire of Will Smith, my mind went: “Staged”. Without offering my thoughts, I asked my partner what she thought about it. “Fake as hell”! she exclaimed.
Guys, these are professional actors at an event that awards professional actors. The Oscars have been, like most of the world over last few years, been going Woke, and thus waning in popularity. And just as the world is now awaking from it’s wokeness, so is Hollywood. So what better time to boost ratings and careers with a “shock and awe” campaign? Hollywood’s least Woke moment: What a transformation from the Joachim Phoenix Veganfest a while back.
The cameras were perfectly positioned to capture the whole thing as if storyboarded and directed by a top flight director. The wild swing from Smith supposedly connects with Rock’s face with an almighty SLAP (added sound effect?). Yet Rock doesn’t show any signs of actually having been walloped. The action is very disproportionate to the reaction.
I’m sure most of us know that the Oscars involve a good deal of rehearsing and pre-planning. It isn’t a spontaneous event. The Smith-Rock incident shows every sign of being a scheduled part of the show. And it was spectacularly effective. Two days ago no one was talking about The Oscars. Nor about Will Smith or Chris Rock. I can already hear cash registers ringing.
Someone told me Smith’s career will be ruined, finished. Bollocks. Every lady loves a bad boy, especially one who defends his lady’s honor live on stage in living Technicolor. And especially if he can cry as well (more Hollywood theatrics as Smith apologises). Folk will flock to see his movies. His YouTube channel will get HUGE traffic. Ka-ching!
And Chris Rock will be praised for handling the attack on his person with dignity and restraint blah blah. He’ll probably launch a political career off the back of it. Maybe he’ll be the next governor of California.
And on a different tangent, don’t you find the timing rather convenient? Right after Biden lands himself in hot water over his off-script nuclear gaffe. A handy diversion indeed. Donald Trump ‘not missing an opportunity’ to ‘pounce’ on Joe Biden’s gaffe » Uncensored Publications Limited
How easily the attention of the world is diverted from geopolitical events. Well done Hollywood: You deserve an Oscar.
Here’s Alex jones’s analysis: