WHEN CELEBRITIES DIE.

When celebrities die it literally takes over the news, I believe the media secretly love it when celebrities die. It gives them an excuse not to report any real news, they milk it. We live in a world where thousands of children starve to death daily but we only care when the rich and famous die.

Every time a celebrity dies YouTube becomes full of conspiracies of an ILLUMINATI sacrifice. I am not dismissing all these videos but some people like The Vigilant Christian are blatantly using these deaths to cash in. He has videos on the sacrifices of Paul Walker, Robin Williams, Prince, Michael Jackson, the Ultimate Warrior, Heath Ledger and others. He don’t offer evidence he just talks shit and chases clicks, I reckon he is about as Christian as Anton Levey was.

The thing is about celebrities and fashion is it is completely media controlled, they go on like people are mad about Kim Kardashian, One Direction and many other talent-less meat puppets but the truth is people are only mad for this shit because the media keep promoting this shit.

 Celebrities are not the only thing the simple minded masses are obsessed with! They also love logos, they pay twice as much for a pair of trainers just because the trainers have a tick, guess what people that tick is an idiot tick.

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WHY DO WE CRY WHEN THE RICH DIE?

Not all celebrity deaths emotionally touch people no matter how hard the media try.
Not all celebrity deaths emotionally touch people no matter how hard the media try, as these unsold copies of the Daily Mail shows.

Celebrity lives is big news but celebrity death is even bigger news, that’s why when certain A list celebrities die the media will run stories around the death for months and months following, the media show us pictures of emotional families that most the time probably want to be left alone, they present the death of some celebrities as sad emotional stories and for the friends and families of these people it no doubt is, I understand their grief and I sympathize with these people, I even understand the grief of the reader as reading about people that have families getting killed and leaving a gap is always sad. The media however is  most of the time just after a story to shift a few copies and take a bit of space!

Our media should spend less time reporting celebrity deaths and less time showing us the grieving families and focus their attention on the premature deaths of African children, our mainstream media seem keen to avoid this subject, they obviously believe that the deaths of millionaire celebrities is much more tragic and upsetting than the deaths of African people.

The worst thing is people in Britain seem to fall for it, to the average Brit the death of a millionaire celebrity is much more of a tragedy than the death of a million African people.

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24 page tribute! The owner of the Ritz is Devastated!  

 

THE FACTS BELOW FROM THE WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME SHOULD PUT CELEBRITY DEATH IN TO CONTEXT FOR US.

Some 805 million people in the world do not have enough food to lead a healthy active life. That’s about one in nine people on earth.

The vast majority of the world’s hungry people live in developing countries, where 13.5 percent of the population is undernourished.

Asia is the continent with the most hungry people – two thirds of the total. The percentage in southern Asia has fallen in recent years but in western Asia it has increased slightly.

Sub-Saharan Africa is the region with the highest prevalence (percentage of population) of hunger. One person in four there is undernourished.

Poor nutrition causes nearly half (45%) of deaths in children under five – 3.1 million children each year.

One out of six children — roughly 100 million — in developing countries is underweight.

One in four of the world’s children are stunted. In developing countries the proportion can rise to one in three.

If women farmers had the same access to resources as men, the number of hungry in the world could be reduced by up to 150 million.

66 million primary school-age children attend classes hungry across the developing world, with 23 million in Africa alone.

WFP calculates that US$3.2 billion is needed per year to reach all 66 million hungry school-age children.

 

jade goody