Relevance: Relevance has been established in previous post that connected The Kenyan to the Paul Mitchell Estates. https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/2335654 The PME is located in Hawaii and where DEN Entertainment flew Martin Egan to allegedly be raped/molested. This is a follow up in which a new major player is investigated. It's through this new player's trust fund that leads to California, UCLA, Kirk Kerkorian, Chris Cornell, and Las Vegas are established. This is one hell of a rabbit hole!
I made good on my promise to further investigate the Paul Mitchell Estates. I’ve never had such a gut feeling about a place. Remember the first time you saw JA’s Instagram and the Podesta’s art collection. Yeah, that kind of feeling., but I was having trouble digging up info on a man called MARTIN CROWLEY. He was co-founder of Patron, a venture with John Paul DeJoria. He left a trust called WINDSONG that’s worth several hundred million dollars.
You are the Executors of the Will of the late Martin Crowley and the Trustees of the Windsong Foundation which was set up to receive the assets of his estate, apparently worth several hundred million US Dollars.
I'm far from finished, but what I found is so astonishing that I had to put it out there. I know there are a lot of geniuses on this site so I’m begging you to look into this. You don’t have to post in this thead, but do it on your own. If you want to send me a link so I can keep things together, it’s fine, but please make like the humble gopher and dig, dig, dig!!!
So my story starts with this guy Martin Crowley. I was going crazy trying to find something on him. I had that funny feeling about WINDSONG. Instead of #followthemoney, I do believe, it’s #followthetrust or #followthecharity. But the only thing I could find was a messy break-up with a girlfriend who sorta kinda helped with PATRON. It’s now the world’s largest manufacturer of tequila and co-founded by John Paul DeJoria and his old pal MARTIN CROWLEY:
In 1989 my partner [Paul Mitchell] died, and I started the Patrón Spirits Co. with my friend Martin Crowley, an architect who'd gone to Mexico to do some work.
And before I get into this, it’s weird as shit that Crowley has his own homeless, rags-to-riches story.
Edelstein and Crowley had met through a friend in 1989, 12 years before the incident. At the time, she was an unmarried 36-year-old with her own financial services company. She felt an instant connection with Crowley, a 6-foot SoCal native with puffy hair and dark eyes who lived in a guest cottage in Hermosa Beach. He had come down in the world after losing $8 million on various enterprises ranging from hotels to vineyards.
Yeah, blowing $8 million sucks. But the real problem is that these stories keep changing. Like for DeJoria:
When I got out of the service in 1964, I didn't have the money to go to college, so I worked as a salesman for Collier's Encyclopedia. I had 10 jobs for the next several years until John Capra, a friend who was an employment counselor, said I should try the beauty industry. He said it didn't pay much at first, but there was no end to where you could go with it.
See how that one doesn’t compare with this one:
Paul Mitchell and John Paul DeJoria.DeJoria grew up in Los Angeles in a poor family, and at a young age went to work, running paper routes and selling greeting cards. After graduating from high school, he bounced from odd job to odd job, selling office equipment, repairing bicycles, driving tow trucks, and working as a janitor. But the income was not enough, and he lived on the streets. After years of hardship, and with a stroke of luck, DeJoria landed a job as a circulation manager at Time magazine, and he worked his way up the ladder. Somewhere along the way, he met Scottish hairdresser Paul Mitchell. The two formed a friendship and decided to go into business together.
TIME MAGAZNE?!!!! Seems that keeps getting left out of the equation as does him being in the Hell’s Angels.
Yet, behind the image of John Paul DeJoria, there is a remarkable and inspirational story of a former Hells Angels motorcycle gang member who made an incredible journey from homlessness — living in his car — to becoming a billionaire and one of the world’s greatest philanthropists.
See what I mean? I’m only surprised they didn’t have him living in his motorcycle … although I’m sure they tried to make it work. Then there’s DeJoria’s businesses. Yes, he mentions Paul Mitchell haircare products and PATRON, but he leaves a teensy-weensy bit out:
John Paul Mitchell Systems Hair care product company
Patron Spirits tequila manufacturer
Dejoria Diamonds Conflict-free diamond company
CONFLICT-FREE DIAMONDS? WTF?!!!! How’d that slip in? But about Martin Crowley. How the hell can a man who leaves several hundred million dollars not leave a footprint on the web? I even have a footprint so it seemed impossible, until I found this:
In re The Estate of Martin Crowley aka William Vernon Crowley
So that’s how! The filthy bugger changed his name … and Crowley? Is that really his name and is he related to THE Crowley or only emulating him? Since I don’t have the answer to that, I went in search of Crowley’s trust: WNDSONG. It’s how I ran into this:
Dream Fund At UCLA And Windsong Trust
LOS ANGELES, Calif., February 24, 2012 — Teach For America announced today that it has received $3 million from two philanthropic organizations: Dream Fund at UCLA ($2M) and Windsong Trust ($1M).
TWO MILLIONS DOLLARS? Nice! While I knew WINDSONG TRUST what was that about UCLA’S DREAM FUND? Dream Fund? Is that connected with the DACA Dreamers? Were they aligned? I was clueless about that organization so I went in search and found this:
UCLA Chancellor Gene Block and Kirk Kerkorian, founder of The Lincy Foundation, today announced the formation of the Dream Fund at UCLA …
… The Lincy Foundation was established in 1989 to benefit charitable organizations in the U.S. and around the globe. … The Lincy Foundation has also generously supported Armenian charities in the United States, as well as endeavors in the Republic of Armenia.
ARMENIA? WTF? The Lincy Foundation needs to be on our radar, but what about Kerkorian. The next fall down the rabbit hole was this:
On April 10, roughly five weeks before his untimely death in Detroit, late rock great Chris Cornell departed from the London premiere of “The Promise” film to personally visit an Athens, Greece refugee camp. His wife Vicky, among others, accompanied him.
While there, Chris reportedly met with refugee families and listened firsthand to the harrowing accounts of their escapes, along with sad tales of being separated from their children. …
… Yet, ONLY $16,000 in contributions? That is a paltry 8% of the entire proceeds taken in that actually went toward helping kids. ….
… TMD recenty broke the massive news story several days back about Chris Cornell reportedly being the target for assassination by an elite pedophile ring …
… TMD has also learned that the person responsible for the movie Chris was promoting before he died just so happened to be the founder of MGM Grand hotel, Kirk Kerkorian. Although, he died at age 98 on June 15, 2015.
Yes, Chris Cornell himself passed away on May 18 this year at the MGM Grand hotel in Detroit. Just a coincidence? Or is there actually a deeper connection? …
… As the story goes, Kirk Kerkorian personally financed most of the production for “The Promise” film himself, tagged with a giant $90 million budget,
So Chris Cornell had an Armenian connection? But what about Kirk Kerkorian? What’s this about him being founder of the MGM Grand Hotel? Don’t know what the MGM Grand Hotel is? It’s because it changed its name to the MGM INTERNATIONAL RESORTS … yes, the same place that owned Mandalay where the LV shooting took place!
In Memoriam: MGM Resorts International Founder Kirk Kerkorian (1917 - 2015)
And if you watched The Oscars last year, perhaps you recognize his picture. Yup, that’s right … KIRK KERKORIAN was honored at The Oscars in 2016!!!!
Billionaire Kirk Kerkorian destroyed MGM. Why was he honored at the Oscars?
Jaws must have dropped in the film-buff community during the "In Memoriam" segment of Sunday's Oscars telecast when, among the nearly 50 departed actors, writers, directors, and others who made real contributions to the movies, the name and image of Kirk Kerkorian popped up.
So you tell me, is everyone to the point where we’re all willing to admit that something very strange is going on here?