I take my role as Australia's newest, most dedicated conspiracy theorist very seriously, people. So I've just come up with another one for your consideration. And I reckon it's a cracker!
Now, I'm sure you know about that excruciating rendition of Dragon's immortal hit "April Sun in Cuba" by Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison on Sixty Minutes.
Now, you've gotta ask: Why sing that particular song? And why did the MSM flog it so hard? Piqued my curiosity so I joined a few dots:
Gitmo is in Cuba, right?
Could this be comms that something big will happen in April? Sounds cray-cray. But anything's possible. And things certainly are heating up ...
We do know that the "white hats" have a wicked sense of humour. Think Suez Canal and the "biggest red pill Evergiven".
Also, the lyrics of the song mention JFK and Castro. That ties in very nicely with some of the drops by Mysterious Mr Seventeen. And Fidel Junior has been having a very hard time of it lately in Ottawa ...
Also, in singing that song, ScoMo emulated Marc Hunter. If he does end up enjoying the subtropical weather so memorably evoked in the lyrics this could be seen to be another "Hunter becoming the hunted", right?
Perhaps the white hats made him perform this cringeworthy act as part of a plea deal over his role in Spygate? By singing that song, seeing the "April sun in Cuba" would not actually come to pass ... Or maybe it would regardless and this was just a bit of extra punishment.
If something like this is the real reason for the bizarre performance, it might explain another weird ScoMo stunt recently: Washing that chick's hair in a salon.
What's one of the first things you undergo when you go to jail? You get a haircut. So, could this have been a humiliation ritual too? He was wearing an apron while doing it, and the Masons love those ...
Another reason that might have been related to Freemasonry: The name of the salon was Coco's. "C" is the third letter of the alphabet, and the name has two of them. So it brings to mind their fave number: 33.
Another intriguing aspect of his dinner table show was the fact that he played the ukulele. When I saw that I immediately thought of Al Capone.
That's because the notorious criminal actually played the banjo in a band in prison on Alcatraz -- a much smaller island prison.
The reason I know this is because it was the answer to a question in a quiz in the Failing Terrograph that seemed to allude to the fate of Tom Hanks. I actually mentioned it near the end of this video.
But why would they do that? ScoMo isn't a criminal Godfather ...
That's true, but it does seem that the Canberra establishment has long been completely dominated by a kind of globalist super-Mafia. And a crucial part of the control system used by these evil scumbags is a powerful psychedelic drug harvested in the most horrific way imaginable.
This might explain the pinky-purple flowers on the table in the dinner scene (see above). These are often used to symbolize this drug. The white rabbit is another one.
Remember the phrase: "Symbolism will be their downfall." I think it's very pertinent here.
One final example. Watch the classic video of Marc Hunter performing his epic hit. Note the point at which he sings "eye". It really stands out.
And look at what he's wearing. White dragon comes to mind. Another touch by the white hats?
Well, whatever the hell it all means, I'm certainly gonna keep enjoying the show.