Re: Corey Feldman and Co
Date: April 17, 2020 05:36PM
Ok. So I’ve not a lot of energy for this guy, however on March 10th 2020 the film / documentary was put out in a restrictive manner and with bells on top.
Airing film / documentary on the eve of the anniversary of the death of Corey Haim. A terribly narcissistic move on the part of Feldman and co.
Airing one time only, globally, restricting the way and number of times viewers get to watch. The need for complete control.
Keeping the majority of the global online community who paid to watch without sleep for many hours while the film / documentary failed to air. Sleep deprivation is a catalyst for making minds more malleable, especially in the light of those deprived of sleep being more susceptible to incoming information containing lies and programming.
Charged everyone 20 dollars to watch. Profit from abuse anyone?
Gave promised names of already known to victims families abusers. Some deceased. Previously and consistently told interviewers, news outlets, and social media audiences that he had big, unknown names to share. Both Stephen King and Steven Spielberg became targets via Corey's social media audience.
To top it off, is the widely circulating clip from inside the venue (I’m sorry, you’l have to look this up yourself if interested) where Corey, his wife, and some people claiming to be cyber security specialists enter into what can only be said is a pantomime style moment where it is announced that the online streaming service (hosted by them) had been hacked, so unable to show the film.
I understand that the film continued to show at the venue, though not on the streaming service until most 48 hours or so later, many across the world deprived of sleep and 20 dollars.
This is a great study, with no protection for those who give through online fundraising methods, this is a prime example of how groups of people can be manipulated online including fundraising platforms.
Have a great day :-) .
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/17/2020 05:52PM by facet.