Fast and Furious Actor Paul Walker was killed as part of a conspiracy?

The story being reported by major news agencies is that Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker  had died in a car accident.  According to early reports, Walker and a passenger he was driving died after an impact with a tree in California just outside of Los Angeles.  The car evidently burst into flames and exploded, according to everyone’s favorite and reliable source TMZ.

Two things of note here for those that frequent conspiracy circles:

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Okay, so it’s a little ironic, but we weren’t going to say that out loud…

1.  There has indeed been a ring of hoaxes going around the Internet surrounding Walker.  As far as we can tell at this time, this is the real deal and the actor is dead.  However, there have been repeated Twitter hoaxes saying that he died in various ways in the past weeks and months.  We believe that the news agencies are correct and that this is authentic, but it is interesting that we finally have one of the hoax targets actually pass away in a tragic manner after the hoaxes.  We will be looking into how all of that fits together and if there is any reason to think that the hoaxes and the actual death are related.

2.  Paul Walker may be known for many things, but there has been absolutely no mention of him when it comes to all things Illuminati.  We are pointing this out because so many people always are seeking information when this happens with regard to Illuminati sacrifices and such.  From our research, there is absolutely no reason to think that Paul Walker’s apparent death has anything at all to do with the Illuminati.  However, it remains to be seen if it has anything to do with drugs and alcohol.

More: http://conservativeread.com/illuminati-death-coincidences-now-surrounding-the-death-of-paul-walker-are-aligning/

Paul Walker was killed as part of a conspiracy?

Here’s a silly little item from a conspiracy theory website, see if you can spot the lapse in logic. The author wants us to think that the tragic death of actor Paul Walker in a car crash over the weekend was part of a grand conspiracy:

Paul Walker and his friend were killed shortly after they discovered a conspiracy to supply victims of Typhon Haiyan with a prototype permanent birth control drug hidden in medicinal supplies and food aid. They had a damning recording and they were on their way to rendezvous with an ally who would have helped them get in touch with the right people. Turns out they were betrayed and someone rigged their car’s breaks to malfunction after a certain speed.

Now that the loose end has been tied up, and the recording destroyed, the people responsible have nothing to fear as this will become another “conspiracy theory” no one will take seriously.

Well, not so fast. There is one more loose end and that is of the author who happens to know everything about what Walker was to reveal and has also uncovered the plot to murder the poor guy. The “people responsible” ought to have something to fear because they’ve been exposed and the author now has the whole thing on the internet. As for no one taking it seriously, this is wrong too because it is a conspiracy theory and there is a whole swath of unthinking misfits that now believe it. You would think the author would go into hiding or at least check his or her breaks.

The website is called, Before it’s News, and it’s very popular. The list of articles it has are on UFO’s, “The Pope on End Times” and implanted Obamacare computer chips where the government can spy on us because we are so interesting to look at.

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On the Walker tragedy they show a video and a photo of a Porsche Carrera crashing into a wall and then a photo of the Walker crash and what do you know, they look nothing like each other. What does this mean? The author doesn’t say but the inference is this is not what it seems, I guess, and this is proof of a worldwide conspiracy to prevent Philippines from reproducing. Presumably, if you want to take over the world, it’s best to have the least amount of Philippino’s as possible.

But then that would undermine the idea that the breaks in the Walker Porsche was sabotaged, wouldn’t it? There’s one thing we can be sure of and that is the author nor anyone else associated with this website believe any of it and have mastered the technique of fooling a great many people who like to think they are aware of secret societies and plots and they are of only a few smart ones who know all about it.

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