I’m not suggesting anything by all this stuff, but Williams was clearly becoming persona non grata with those who consider themselves in control of the entertainments industry, pharmaceutical corporations, Congressmen, Presidents, Jews, bankers, war-makers, Tony Blair, the Clintons, Swarzenegger, Madoff etc as they were all the butts of his jokes.
1 hr 10 minutes he lays into the Vatican and paedophilia, and the new Nazi Pope. Some of it’s a bit smutty for my tastes, but the audience likes it well enough, with as much about the female anatomy ‘bush’ as the politician Bush. Quite brilliant.
“That’s freaky, bbc 3 have just shown the Robin Williams family guy and at the same moment he’s found dead” said one user.
“The news that Robin Williams dies comes out after BBC play a Family Guy episode centred around him. Coincidence or illuminati?”asked another.
Williams did a number of stand-up comedy tours, beginning in the early 1970s. Some of his tours include An Evening With Robin Williams (1982), Robin Williams: At The Met (1986), and Robin Williams LIVE on Broadway (2002). The latter broke many long-held records for a comedy show. In some cases, tickets were sold out within thirty minutes of going on sale.
After a six-year break, in August 2008, Williams announced a new 26-city tour titled “Weapons of Self-Destruction”. He said that this was his last chance to make cracks at the expense of the current Bush Administration, but by the time the show was staged, only a few minutes covered that subject. (Wikipedia)
Disputes with Disney
In gratitude for his success with the Disney-produced Touchstone film Good Morning, Vietnam, Williams voiced the Genie in the Disney animated film Aladdin for SAG scale pay ($75,000), on condition that his name or image not be used for marketing, and his (supporting) character not take more than 25% of space on advertising artwork, since Toys was scheduled for release one month after the debut of Aladdin. Additionally, Williams believed the character’s voice was his property and did not want it to be imitated. The studio went back on the deal on both counts, especially in poster art by having the Genie in 25% of the image, but having other major and supporting characters portrayed considerably smaller. Disney’s book, Aladdin: The Making Of An Animated Film, listed both of Williams’s characters, “The Peddler” and “The Genie”, ahead of main characters but was forced to refer to him only as “the actor signed to play the Genie”.
Williams and Disney had a bitter falling-out, resulting in Dan Castellaneta voicing the Genie in The Return of Jafar and the Aladdin animated television series. Castellaneta was also hired for the feature Aladdin and the King of Thieves and had completed recording all his lines. When Jeffrey Katzenberg was fired from Disney and replaced by former 20th Century Fox production head Joe Roth (whose last act for Fox was greenlighting Williams’s film Mrs. Doubtfire), Roth arranged for a public apology to Williams by Disney. Williams agreed to perform in Hollywood Pictures‘s Jack, directed by Francis Ford Coppola, and even agreed to voice the Genie again for the King of Thieves sequel (for considerably more than scale), replacing all of Castellaneta’s dialogue.
When Williams re-teamed with Doubtfire director Chris Columbus for Touchstone Pictures’ Bicentennial Man in 1999, Disney asked that the budget be cut by approximately $20 million, and when the film was released on Christmas Day, it flopped at the box office. Williams blamed Disney’s marketing and the loss of content the film suffered because of the budget cuts. As a result, Williams was again on bad terms with Disney, and Castellaneta was once again recruited to replace him as Genie in the Kingdom Hearts video game series and the House of Mouse TV series. The DVD release for Aladdin has no involvement from Williams in the bonus materials, although some of his original recording sessions can be seen.
Williams reconciled with The Walt Disney Company and in 2009 agreed to be inducted as a Disney Legend
Bill Hicks – another comic genius who lampooned the Bushes, didn’t last too long. Comedians are hugely influential on public opinion. Famous and successful comedians even more so. The Illuminati don’t want the public to be awoken. The comedians have to be put to sleep.
Here’s what they’re trying to hide away –