"The 'friend' of Cynthia told the press that this is what the estranged wife thought, through the miraculous powers of language:
"I feel like Madonna is using mind control over him, I don't recognize the man he's become. He was a sweet, beautiful, loving husband and father. Today he's very cold and calculating."
And look at how they laugh it off, in typical fashion: "There is always a chance that this is just a jealous rant by a heartbroken woman, and something that seems likely given her fragile state of mind. After all - who doesn't want to blame the Jews every now and then?"
The site this comes from is here, they seem completely dodgey and seem to be fully aware of the mind control, look at this article too, their language tells me this is so with things like: "Who knows, maybe the Britney Spears video will even outclass Madonna and send the old lady spiralling back towards the trashheap again." [emphasis added] And: "Let’s hope not - not because we like Madonna or anything, but because we’re scared that if that happens Madonna is going to try and lesbian kiss Miley Cyrus‘ face off next. And we’re pretty sure we read something in the Bible about how that exact thing will bring about the end of the world." [emphasis not added]
I'd like to post this video from Freeman with religious nut Texe Marrs (gotta love 'im) about the above incident.
And also Anna Nicole (R.I.P.) in her child-like alter state, see the Freeman Perspective for more on this. You might also be interested to know he has a new interview with Alex Jones out. Note the twin pillars in the video, specific article on this from Freeman here (linked to this before).
Stern says, "Anna, Anna listen to me."
"Bradley thinks you're out of your mind."
"Huh?" Anna replies.
"Is this a mushroom trip?" Stern asks.
"What do you mean?" Anna asks like a 4 year old.
"What does that mean?"
The scene then cuts to a closer shot of Anna looking like a member of the Insane Clown Posse and Stern says:
"This footage is worth money."
To which the child-like voice replies, "Why? What footage?"
"This thing you're looking into."
"That's a camera."