posted on May, 4 2013 @ 10:09 PM
Ok folks. Stop it. Just stop it. You do not know what you are talking about. And, as a stagehand, I hate you for making me defend actors.
Actors are individuals who tell stories for a living. They live to perform for you, and to continue their craft, etc, just like you do in your life
with your own jobs.
Actors are not soulless people out to purposefully deceive the people.
Actors survive gig by gig (show by show) and talented folk do become crisis actors in between "real" gigs. But they are usually college age folk,
and not working full time.
The majority of the people in the performing arts tend to be pacifists, anti gun, and anti violence. Actors, as individuals, do follow their own morel
code, which spans the full spectrum.
But I have never know an actor to agree to take a job if it puts anybody at risk. In fact I have seen actors walk off the gig if they feel less than
More so, actors tend to be egocentric, and a gig they cannot put on their resume is not one worth having.
There is no proof actors have been used in the recent events, and I will say from my time working with them (over 2 decades) you will not find any
actor willing to deceive the public for any thing.
If you choose to believe that an actor was involved in a crime due to seeing a movie, or something on youtube, that is on you.
Actors are people. Actors like telling people of when and where they've performed.
Actors do not, by personality, keep roles quiet.
In my opinion, being in the performing arts all of my adult life, an actor would not be able to keep quiet about participating in a false flag.
I do not understand the individuals who keep claiming "crisis actor," and "false flag." It's disrespectful to those who work in the performance
craft, and more so, it's disrespectful to the individuals whose lives were disturbed by the incidents that have happened, many times, in many
nations, who are just trying to come to terms with what has happened to them or their loved ones.