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Why the Illuminati killed Steve Irwin
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 1303450:MV8xNDQ1NTg3XzIzODIyODk2XzIzOTYzMkU4] Steve Irwin died because he got too comfortable with wild animals full stop. He dangled his fucking kid in front of a crocodile at his Zoo and nearly lost it. Even though he'd been bitten before. Then he swims too close of a sting ray which decides to defend itself because that is what it had evolved to do. End of story. The bloke was a fucken idiot who tried to cash in on the romantic view that Americans have of Aussies and Crocodile Dundee. His wife must have friggen mental problems too. If my wife dangled our kids in front of a croc the croc would be the least of her problems once I was done with her. [/quote]
Has Illuminati all over it! Thet even stole his young daughter selling her to the public in Hollywood. The Illuminati runs Hollywood.
How much did they have to pay the wife to shutup?
The sheriff had to have been in on it - Freemasons they are.
If wife had any sense she'd run the opposite way of Hollywood. Lose a husband, lose a daughter too. Illuminati assassinates Steve Irwin then pimps his young daughter.
Was Steve a 9/11 Truther? Considering a political career? Speaking engagements? Public figure? Too popular?
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