January 27, 2020
As you know, the heroic Basketball American Kobe Bryant has died in a helicopter crash.
RIP KOBE – ONE LOVE – NO REMORSE
People do not die in helicopter crashes very often. Which makes it especially strange that Kobe’s death in a helicopter crash was predicted by a cartoon.
The clip is from “The Legends of Chamberlain Heights,” a show that aired on Comedy Central in 2017. It shows Kobe crashing in a helicopter, and being asked to hand over his trophies before the helicopter explodes and he dies.
In actual real life, Kobe’s helicopter did explode, which is not always the case with helicopter crashes, making this an even stranger “coincidence.”
Now, I don’t always believe in Illuminati conspiracy theories. But this is just so absolutely strange, one has to wonder what exactly it means, and I see why people are calling it an Illuminati conspiracy.
Even cartoon saw it coming. The devil might be working through Hollywood… Rest on Kobe Bryant pic.twitter.com/w9XItGkHxc
— Ondo First Born® (@OndoFirstBorn) January 26, 2020
The theory goes thusly: the Illuminati inserts messages of things that they’re planning to do – in particular, satanic acts, such as a ritual sacrifice of a popular celebrity – in popular media before it happens. Telling people about it before it happens is somehow a part of the ritual (in a way I don’t really understand – something about how revealing your intent beforehand makes it more powerful).
The most egregious example of this is the X-Files spin-off show “The Lone Gunman” airing an episode in March of 2001, showing a false flag attack on the World Trade Center, where the shadow government planned to fly a remote controlled passenger jet into the towers in order to launch a global war on terrorism.
Now that is really too specific to be any kind of coincidence or anything other than a display of foreknowledge.
However, it is quite probable that a lot of intelligence agents knew that 911 was going to happen and that the writers of the X-Files were in touch with such people.
The episode was written by X-Files creator Chris Carter, who is a pretty tuned-in guy, and Vince Gilligan of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul fame, who has also always struck me as a pretty intelligent person.
Furthermore, other people were predicting this sort of thing. Alex Jones said in June of 2001 that the government was planning to use Osama Bin Laden in a false flag attack on the World Trade Center (he also mentioned blowing up planes, though he didn’t specifically say “fly a plane into the WTC”).
In 2005, Alex Jones has interviewed the star of The Lone Gunman, Swedish weirdo Dean Haglund, and he said that there were CIA and other spooky type characters interested in the X-Files and showing up on the set to talk to people. Haglund theorized that one of these people could have dropped the hint on the writers and they just picked it up, or that the writers could have just picked it up from reading the signals in the news media.
Haglund said that Gilligan called him the morning of 911 and was really freaked out that he wrote the show.
So, The Lone Gunman predicting 911 is something that you can explain without it being a satanic ritual.
However, you cannot predict Kobe Bryant dying in a helicopter crash unless it is some kind of satanic ritual.
Either that, or there is some kind of mechanism in the electric universe that we are not aware of, whereby the mind of a human being can receive messages and images from beyond time and space.
I am personally more inclined to believe the latter.
As a writer and an artist, I am well aware that my ideas do not originate in my own mind, but instead are being sent to me from some divine force in the universe which is millions of times more powerful than my own mind. So the idea that someone writing a silly cartoon could pick up on Kobe Bryant’s death in a plane crash is not outrageous to me, and in fact seems completely plausible.
However, it could also be the Satan thing. Certainly, there was reason to satanically sacrifice Kobe. Firstly, he was one of the most famous living sportsmen. Secondly, he was the most famous person to ever buck the Jew agenda of rape hoaxing.
We don’t really know, and no one is doing any sort of investigations into these things. Instead, whenever something nuts like this happens, we are told that it must simply be a coincidence.
But what are the odds of this?
Consider the number of times Kobe Bryant was seen dying in a cartoon (one time) by the relative likelihood of dying in a helicopter crash (very low).
“Nothing to see here, goyim” is not a sufficient explanation for this bizarre event.
On a happier note, let us just hope that LeBron James pulls a Kenny Powers style funeral speech in order that something good may come from Kobe’s demise.