You always gotta wonder what is going on with these weird people that the media promotes.
Why was “Club Kids” ever a thing in the first place? Then, why did they romanticize a weird murder?
This guy was a drag queen long before the tranny phenomenon.
Convicted killer Michael Alig has died at the age of 54, E! News can confirm.
According to the New York Police Department, law enforcement responded to a 9-1-1 call on West 159th on Dec. 25, where they found Alig unconscious and unresponsive. EMS arrived shortly after, and pronounced Alig dead, per the police report. Although it’s unclear what caused his death, NBC New York states he passed away due to a suspected overdose. Per authorities, a cause of death has yet to be determined and the investigation is still ongoing.
In the ’90s, Alig, a promoter, co-founded the “Club Kids,” a group of partygoers who became notorious in the New York City nightclub scene. He became a tabloid fixture for throwing parties as well as for his theatrical costumes and drug use. However, in 1997, things took a dark turn when he and friend Robert “Freeze” Riggs pleaded guilty to killing their drug dealer and friend Andre “Angel” Melendez. Riggs and Alig, who claimed they were high on drugs at the time of the murder, reportedly kept Melendez’s body in their apartment for a week—and even had gatherings at their home with his body in the tub—before dismembering his body and disposing it in the Hudson River.
Alig served 17 years in prison for manslaughter and was released in 2014. At the time of his release, the promoter told The Guardian that his sentence helped him face what he had done to his friend.
“It takes going to prison for 17 years and going through extensive therapy, then having to face what you are and how you behaved,” Alig explained to the outlet. “Because while you’re on drugs, you’re not facing anything.”
In 1998, the documentary Party Monster: The Shockumentary examined Alig’s crime and the NYC culture surrounding it. Alig also inspired the 2003 film, Party Monster, starring Macaulay Culkin as Alig.
The answer to the question “why do we even know about this weird shit?” is obviously and of course “because of the Jews.”
Alig was a good Midwestern German boy who became a faggot because his parents divorced. Then he moved to New York because he was a faggot. Then he got into the club business because he was a faggot.
Yes, I’ve seen the documentaries.
I’ve even seen the movie “Party Monster.”
But the only reason this was promoted as important was because Jews promoted it. Otherwise, no one would know who these people were.
Jews even promoted it as a “shock” phenomenon, with the Jew Geraldo Rivera doing shows on it at least three times, in 1990, 1992 and 1994.
Jewish Joan Rivers also did multiple segments.
The Wikipedia page on Alig is worth reading, if you’re interested in crazy, weird stories.
This is literally a case of “weird faggot thing” being skyrocketed to social importance by a gang of Jews.
It was used as promotional material for Midwest kids to go to New York City and experience the big life. Even non-homos and particularly women were supposed to see this and say “oh wow, there’s so much interesting stuff going on in the big city, I’m missing out here in my quiet Midwestern town.”
We’ve all seen that, and we all know how that turns out.
The fact that this guy literally murdered his friend and kept his body in his apartment for a week is actually used to encourage people, to make the excitement seem even more adventurous.
This is what you get: as soon as Jews take over your society, they start promoting stuff like this. They did it in Weimar Germany, which led to a bad outcome for them. Thus far in America, they have not faced any bad outcome.
They might end up facing a bad outcome.