Don't be too quick to call Randy Quaid and his wife crazy.
publication date: Nov 4, 2010
Although Hollywood is not WMR's normal forté, from our sources in China comes an interesting item concerning the allegations of actor Randy Quaid and his wife Evi, who have taken up residence in Vancouver, British Columbia and are seeking asylum in Canada.
Quaid and his wife insist that they are the targets of a network of cultists who prey on the financial wealth, incluidng royalties, of Hollywood celebrities and eventually have them knocked off. Quaid and his wife have been deemed "crazy" by the corporate media. However, Chinese intelligence, which keeps a close eye on its own cults, including Falun Gong, as well as others operating in Asia, discovered that when the Quaids mentioned that actor David Carradine was a victim of what they refer to as "star whackers" in Bangkok, those still investigating Carradine's bizarre death in a Bangkok hotel room took notice and are taking the Quaids' allegations seriously.
Thai medical examiners determined that the sado-masochistic artifacts on Carradine's corpse could be interpreted as devices for mortification of the flesh. And that has some investigators who do not flatly reject the Quaids' charges of a wider conspiracy, that there may be an Opus Dei connection to the Carradine death and the threats against Quaid and his wife.
The Quaids say that Michael Jackson, Heath Ledger, and Chris Penn were all murdered. Randy Quaid also believes his brother, actor Dennis Quaid, with whom he is estranged, is under threat.
All died of drug cocktails of prescription drugs leading to cardiac arrest. The cardiologist who is related to these cases in Conrad Murray, a police cardiologist who was also Michael Jackson's personal physician at the time of his death. Jackson allegedly died from an overdose of prescription drugs and the Los Angeles Police Department originally treated the singer's death as a homicide.
Murray's former practice was at two Catholic hospitals in southern Nevada, both named after Saint Rose of Lima, the first saint of the Americas. The Santa Rosa churches are linked with charismatic practices and self-mortification, putting them into the same league as Opus Dei. Murray's trial for the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson is set for January 4, 2011.
Could this be some sort of war against "Satanism"? Or part of a Catholic move to assert control over the movie industry?
On July 1, 2009, WMR reported on possible foul play involved in Carradine's death: "Although an independent autopsy conducted by a coroner hired by the family of the late King Fu star David Carradine concluded the actor did not commit suicide in a Bangkok hotel room last month, Thai police are considering another possibility in the actor's death. Carradine, who was found hanging with his hands bound in the closet of his room at the five-star Swisshotel Nai Lert Park Hotel, may have fallen victim to a popular knockout drug used by Thai prostitutes to rob their clients. In Carradine's case, the drug may have resulted in a heart attack. Some reports in Bangkok claim that Carradine's relatively heavy body may have been hung in the closet by either two female prostitutes or a transsexual known in Thailand as a 'kathoey' to ward off suspicions and make it appear that Carradine died as a result of 'auto-erotic asphyxiation.' Thai police are aware of numerous incidents in which prostitutes use a gel containing a powerful drug that they put on their nipples and then beckon their unwitting customers to have a taste. After the clients pass out, they are robbed. A number of Arab and Indian businessmen have reportedly fallen victim to this latest ploy used in Bangkok's underworld of crime and prostitution. The drug-laden gel is known locally as 'Cambodian knockout gel.' In any event, in most Thai hotel guests, whether booked into the hotel or are visitors, are required to present an identification card to the reception desk and a copy is made. The word from Bangkok is that the police would have the copy of the ID cards of the guest or guests, whether one or more were in Carradine's room or whether one or more were booked by Carradine into another room at the hotel."
There are also also suspicions about the 1999 death of director Stanley Kubrick, who died from a reported heart attack in England just four says after he attended a screening of his last movie, "Eyes Wide Shut," with his family and Warner Brothers executives. "Eyes Wide Shut," starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman, is about a semi-religious sexual cult that features ritualistic secret orgies attended by members of the New York City wealthy elite who engage in human sacrifices. There is some speculation that Kubrick may have been referring to the secret sexual orgies carried out by 18th century members of a Freemason-Illuminati circle in England.
Similarly, Carradine may have irritated secret religious cultists by his appearance in Quentin Tarantino's movie, "Kill Bill." The movie features a group of assassins called the Deadly Viper Assassin Squad. Carradine played a former leader of the death squad. The Quaids are loudly complaining they and other actors have and are being targeted by assassins and that their cell phones and computers are being monitored by the reported assassins. Sean Penn's brother, actor Chris Penn, who died of drug-connected cardiac arrest in 2006, appeared in two movies written by Tarantino, "Reservoir Dogs" and "True Romance."
The ex-wife of Carradine's brother, actor Keith Carradine, is Sandra Will, who, in 2006, pleaded guilty to two counts of perjury before a grand jury for lying about her romantic relationship with Anthony Pellicano. Pellicano, who ran a huge Hollywood wiretapping operation, also tapped Keith Carradine's phone and recorded conversations between him and his girlfriend, who he later married. Keith Carradine met with FBI agents after his brother's suspicious death in Bangkok and asked them to open an independent investigation.
Pellicno is a former Los Angeles private eye who was found guilty in 2008 of illegal wiretapping and racketeering. Among the conversations that Pellicano wiretapped and recorded were those between "Eyes Wide Shut" co-stars Cruise and Kidman in 2001, after they announced their separation. There have been questions raised about Pellicano's relationship with the FBI considering his past relationship with the bureau as a wiretap expert witness.
Randy Quaid also believes that actor Robert Blake was set up in the murder of his wife, Bonnie Lee Bakley. In 2005, Blake was found not guilty of murdering his wife or of soliciting assistance in her murder. However, Blake was later found civilly liable for his wife's death.
Quaid and Ledger appeared together in the controversial movie "Brokeback Mountain" about a gay relationship between two men in the American West. The film became the target for criticism from religious "family values" institutions and individuals throughout the United States, including the secretive members of the Opus Dei right-wing Catholic sect. Ledger was found dead in his New York apartment from an overdose of a combination of prescription drugs. There was an ensuing controversy about the disposition of Ledger's assets, as well as his will.
The links between the deaths of Carradine, Penn, Ledger, Jackson, as well as the huge scandal involving the Pellicano wiretaps, are enough of a reason not to dismiss the allegations of the Quaids out-of-hand. The Hollywood and corporate media are treating the Quaids as kooks, but it should be remembered that the Hollywood and corporate media have been linked, themselves, to the Pellicano intrigue at very high levels of their corporate structures, including Disney (ABC), Time Warner (CNN), Universal (NBC), CBS (former owner of Viacom), and News Corporation (Fox). The Quaid allegations are a prime example of why the television news media cannot be trusted to cover stories that affect their corporate parents.