Not one to be fooled by the media elite or corporate spin agencies...and being immune to Illuminati mind control thanks to my trusty hat that I got on e-bay years back in exchange for my immortal soul...I have through pure determination and exploitation of all my inside contacts finally deciphered what's really happening with this whole Murdoch scandal thing.
This gets complicated--so try to keep up with me...
It all begins with a seemingly innocent stage collapse. Freak accident? I think not. No one was hurt except for the crew of Cheap Trick so it's obvious the band was the target--saved only by the fortunate presence of a nearby truck from being crushed alive.
Now who is reporting on this event? The Guardian, a British tabloid and direct competitor of the Murdoch empire!
You may ask, "What does the Guardian reporting on the Cheap Trick mishap have to do with the Murdock empire?". This is where a keen wit and sharp observation skills are needed. Note the band member, Rick Nielson, famed for his ball cap and playing of multi-necked guitars plus maniacal on-stage behavior.
Now you might also ask in response to this, "What does Rick Nielson have to do with Rupert Murdoch?". Everything!
The media has missed it but where else do you find a crazy, ball cap wearing frontman in a band? The A-Team of course! As evidence, I present Dwight Shultz, the mad cap (pun intended!) engineering artist of the A-team. Same ball cap, same maniacal behavior...and his characters name? Murdock!
The Americanized spelling threw off others but not me. The only thing (aside from the stage itself) destroyed by the stage collapse at the Cheap Trick concert was Rick Nielson's five necked guitar. Clearly, Nielson was the target and Nielson is clearly symbolic in his stage persona as a carbon copy of "Howling Mad Murdock"!
The entire stage collapse was an assassination attempt by the Guardian to take out Nielson, a.k.a., Murdock, a.k.a., Murdoch as a message that they are taking over the business!
As the world watches Murdoch's empire sink beneath the waves, another rises in the darkness. Beware the Guardian and it's parent company...the new face of pure evil!
I posted this as all other conspiracy theorists are hacks. I'm sure it's my hat that gives me the edge.