Does Kershaw know something or just ranting?http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/457991/Cilla-Black-DJ-Liz-Kershaw-BBC-Jimmy-Savile
Cilla only had a coterie of homosexuals around her as her closet 'friends', and her husband Bobby was a doormat, as everyone in showbiz knew. And she was loathed by anyone who had the misfortune to work with her in show business. Just google her name, and see the results.She was Epstein's only female client.Is it antiseptic to note that her male associates proved John Lennon's comment: 'Only jews and homosexuals get on in the music business.'
The truth is never antiseptic
Amber Peat another suspicious death yet police state, "no suspicious circumstances"http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-33880635
During an episode of Till Death Us Do Part titled 'Strikes and Blackouts' from 1974 there is a scene at around the six minute mark in which Alf and his family are sat together playing monopoly. As they discuss the state of the country Rita launches into a rant against the establishment singling out Ted Heath, Cyril Smith and Jimmy Savile for criticism, describing them as having grease dripping down their faces.There is also an interesting scene in the Till Death Us Do Part Christmas Special from 1972. Around 22 minutes in there is a kitchen scene in which Else is telling Rita how the government was poisoning the water supply and the food we eat. She goes on to say that there was no cancer until they cured TB and that when they cure cancer they will find something else to frighten us with. She also says that the government only ever need us when there is a war to fight and that the rest of the time they're basically trying to kill us off and control the population.These episodes are on YouTube and are well worth a watch.
(after watching the 1st vid) I'd rather shot myself in the head than hear 'play your didgeridoo' again. My head is done in. He (Rolf) has about as much singing talent as Cilla had. Come to think of it, all the singers featured in that vid were talentless, says a lot about the industry. Especially when you think of the highest selling 'artists' of today. Dire, dire dire.
Do you remember Two Little Boys, my god!
The destruction of beauty in all it's forms and expressions is part of the agenda; for our inherent pursuit of beauty (and truth) forms the greatest indictment against them........