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Is Whitney Houston's death a diversion?

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posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:00 PM
reply to post by ILikeStars

touche', i take it that you feel this is being looked at just a little too deeply?

posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:17 PM
reply to post by petrus4

So the point of this thread is to find out if TPTB killed Whitney Houston in order to divert the nation's attention way from some important event. Really? Most, I'm sure, took notice and moved along quickly. If this was an attempt by TPTB, then we have nothing to worry about, they ain't that bright.

edit on 19-3-2012 by Feltrick because: (no reason given)

posted on Mar, 19 2012 @ 12:40 PM
reply to post by robbyraw

I think there is a lot more going on on this planet that is newsworthy. I think it is a reflection of society when the news chooses to focus so much on one person as opposed to the other 7+ Billion people on the planet.

Some people are lucky enough to find that which they are greater at than the other people on the planet. I believe Whitney was one such soul.

My take is there are things each person is naturally gifted to do, but may not like to do within the confines of all the negatives that are attached to that skill that may come naturally to them. I also think there are skills people have that they may really enjoy doing, but unfortunately may not be as good at as the thing that comes natural to them.

Most people seem to have a choice (if they can find those skills) of what they are really damn good at, and what it is they love to do. Not always are they the same thing.

People want to know about Whitney and the details about her death. I don't care to judge people too much, and care less about her death, and more about celebrating the life that was a blessing to many and did have an impact on many people. She had more #1 singles in a row than Elvis, Madonna, The Beatles, and more than a few others.

Now do I believe the news uses her as a "filler" so they have got an easier job and not report other goings on in the world that I believe are more news worthy?


I believe the MSM is VERY FILTERED, and the information is delicately selected. I think we are under some version of martial law. I don't think they would simultaneously announce it to hundreds of millions of people via the main stream media. This is not an action that would result in what martial law's objectives are.

So, yes ... I believe the OP is at the very least partially correct in their thought processes. And possibly not too far off, to be totally honest.

Not to take away from the memory of Whitney Houston. I happened to like her and her work.

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