Thursday, February 6, 2014
Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Capote: (Was Hoffman Murdered?)
My theory is, Phillip Seymour Hoffman may have been murdered by a hidden "under belly, criminally violent", homosexual mafia. Who I have always perceived to be the true powers that be.
Throughout this video I see two extraordinary truths that are kept out of the view from the main stream society. First and foremost, in the second half of the video, In Cold Blood, Capote's "non fiction novel" is discussed. He mentions a distinct separate world apart from the conservative respectable society represented by the murdered Clutter family. That separate world apart is, of the two protagonist murderers. These two characters occupy the bulk of Capote's musings. Essentially, Capote's imagined "non fiction" is, in reality, pure fiction. Capote was engaged in a monumental cover up. Nowhere throughout the novel is the subject of homosexuality mentioned, not even hinted at. Capote was covering up any possibility of conservative America learning the real truth. That truth was, the powerful underbelly of violent criminality throughout American homosexual society exists. At every level of the socioeconomic spectrum is a secret society army of homosexual's who exert unimaginable influence. My guess is Herb Clutter was somehow involved with this hidden empire of homosexuals. Clutter's business associates included FBI agents in his immediate circles. FBI, J Edgar Hoover? Why does the internationally acclaimed author of Breakfast at Tiffany's, write about an obscure murder in a small town in Kansas? Obviously, something else was happening.
The other important element in this great video clip is a deeply offensive misogyny uncovered by Hoffman's view of Capote. Hoffman was probably not homosexual. (Yet to make it into the stratospheric circles he gyrated in he may have had to engage in homosexual activities). His capturing the extreme faggy, queer, Capote with such a fierce performance may have had ulterior motives which his homo masters recognized. Hoffman captures a misogyny that I have encountered amongst homos when discussing women with other men. The contempt for women is amazingly hateful. Something that I have found truly disturbing. I think Hoffman also realized this as well.