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Terrence Popp tribute to Robin Williams

There is a disclaimer at the start of this video regarding the claim that Robin Williams was suffering from Parkinson’s Disease. It should be pointed out that so far as is known at the time of this post, that is just a claim made by his wife. There is no diagnosis or autopsy report available to the public that supports a Parkinson’s diagnosis. PE

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  • Shrek6

    Paul, thanks for putting this video up. And thanks to Terence for doing it and pointing out that which we all suspected as being the cause of death.

    As for the topic of Alimony. I do not believe there is ever a case for this extortion racket. Once a marriage is over, it’s over and you should not expect to be continually supported by the one who makes all the money. Get off your backside and go get a job.

    Don’t tell me that there are women who simply cannot get a job working somewhere to make ends meet. That is just feminist crap. Men have to do it, even when they have lost the jobs of their qualifications, because false allegations of DV or sexual abuse has seen their reputations trashed. They have to go and do dirty jobs or work in a kitchen somewhere, or some other low paid job. If men have to do it, then so can the women.
    Every human being is capable of manual labour. Problem is, these lazy good for nothing women, refuse to do any work at all.

    Alimony and child support is criminal extortion and should be illegal in every country!

    In my opinion, Mr. Robin Williams was murdered. Right now, there should be 2 greedy women locked up in prison, with the 3rd one under investigation!

    • http://forums.curiaregis.net/ Curia Regis

      I couldn’t agree more. In time the rest of the populace will see things this way, only a matter of time.

      • Shrek6

        One can only hope!

      • Mike Gibbs

        Well, that’s a nice thought but look now, 50 years of this shit and still going strong against men! “In time the rest of the populace will see things this way” is no longer something I believe in. The majority of ‘people’ (that being ALL women and most men) want it this way else there would be change. It’s simple; not enough people give a Good-God-Damn and so, this geocentric misandry will continue to be with us.

        • DukeLax

          Most Americans still have faith in their law enforcement systems…because they have no idea about the perversions and “manufactured statistics alliances” that have grown like a cancer into the US Dept of justice over the last 30 years.

  • PlainOldTruth

    Slavery. — Let me elaborate for the sake of clarity: “slavery.” Period. That’s all you need to say.

  • DukeLax

    Hey pop, youre greatest work here!!

  • http://www.avoiceformen.com/ Dean Esmay

    TMZ reported that an “anonymous friend” of Robin Williams claimed divorce and finances had nothing to do with his suicide. I call bullshit, and this video shows why.

  • Terrence S M Popp

    I was in tears when I filmed this, I was also pissed off. when I get pissed shit happens. please spam this video to all the law makers and media. let it been seen by all

    • PlainOldTruth

      Hey, Popp. Thought I’d pitch some info your way. But first I must say that your formulation of the label “Can’t Understand Normal Thinking” is humor verging towards Robin Williams in quality. I’m sure if he had seen any your videos he would have broken into a vibrant grin.

      Since you cover the alimony racket regularly, I’d like to share this:

      The Alimony Racket: Quotations
      http://unknownmisandry.blogspot.com/2011/09/alimony-racket-quotations.html

      There is a whole lot more on the site on this topic as well.

    • Jesse James

      Yeah, I thought the same thing. His death had “nothing” to do with his divorce.

      Yeah, and the air around me has nothing to do with breathing.

      RIP My captain.

      And I can’t say enough bad about his slags. I pray they read these websites and have no inner peace ever, until they admit what they capitalized off of!

  • PlainOldTruth

    The Alimony Racket: “The Lowest Holdup Game Ever Practiced” – 1944

    http://unknownmisandry.blogspot.com/2011/07/alimony-racket-lowest-holdup-game-ever.html

  • DukeLax

    Robins Williams father was a soldier, that why he could relate to soldiers, and thats why he risked his life to go overseas and try to bring a brief period of entertainment to them.

  • sputnik

    …Angels, they have wings, because they take themselves lightly. … People, they kinda like flowers. It’s been a privilege kinda pollinatin’ here in your garden. —Robin Williams, from a 5 minute video…

  • Usagi Yojimbo

    Thanks for this. I still think he got robbed out of of the Oscar for “Good Morning Vietnam.”

    I know this is the reason no one else is talking about. While Parkinson’s is notorious for having a depression component to it, it would have only made things worse if it was there.

    Being forced to pay for someone rendering no services like that is abhorrent. The executioners were his ex-wives, and the jury was the divorce court that forced these obscene amounts of money to useless people.

    And family wonder why I’m not married. There is nothing in it for men but pain, misery, and hardship. When the only way out is to remove yourself from existence, then it is no longer worth it.

  • Terrence S M Popp

    I made the video, its my face and name attached. I will take the heat for its creation, all I ask is dont let Mr Williams death be in vain. send this video out, get it on the main stream.

    • http://www.avoiceformen.com/ Paul Elam

      Agreed. Spread it around. Damn good commentary, and a side to Terrance I love for people to see.

    • DukeLax

      I personally believe Robin would have gave you a salute for this piece popp!!

  • Greboada

    i had depression in some moment of my life and can understand perfectly what happened.

    It was not depression that killed him, it was not the lack of retirement, but the sum of both of them. Depression makes everything incredibly difficult. Going to work every morning feels like torture.

    if you’re young, you just do it. But when it’s your retirement time, after having worked your whole life, when you want and deserve to rest, and instead of that what you will have during your last years is to work in lot of low budget stuff no matter you’re depressed to pay the alimony to a parasite… I can understand what he did.

  • ShlomoShunn

    Great video.

    The problem is, and will continue to be, men thinking TALK changes anything.

    It’s like the “Yes means Yes” shite in California. While men harrumph and palaver and pontifiicate online and off, feminists change actual laws. Feminists are great white sharks while men choose to remain toothless guppies.

    No matter how many men die; no matter how many kids grow up fatherless; no matter how much society crumbles…men simply will not openly oppose vaginates in effective ways. In fact, many men think it’s powerful to do nothing. They refuse to do things that result in enforceable laws, statues, regulations, etc.

    When things get too bad in factories, men unite and form powerful unions.

    If kids are burned, men will create free state-of-the-art hospitals to care for them.

    But let any man suffer at the hands of women (and/or manginas/white-knights) and guys won’t do squat.

    Aside from endlessly grousing online, that is.

    Quick: what men’s group reached out to Robin after his first divorce? Which men’s rights group (some in existence for 40 years) has contacted Tiger Woods, Mel Gibson, Alec Baldwin?

    Thought so.

    • Astrokid M57

      Strike 3 which, since you can’t seem to adhere to Comment Policy (general contempt for the work AVfM does), means you are now autobanned. [Ref: 1752]

      Additional remarks:

      So back to crapping on mens groups, even after 2 Strikes, huh? You OTOH have done a lot of good work for men.
      Adios Amigo

  • ShlomoShunn

    Wait: surely Robin knows about the men’s movement, having seen endless MRAs on mass media over the years….right?

    In fact, he didn’t have to pay alimony because men’s groups long ago changed laws to make them fairer. After all, that’s wha the MRM does, right: fight for men’s rights.

    Right?

    No need to unite-and-fight feminists, though. That’d be a waste of time. Best to do nothing.