Saturday 31 December 2011


Perhaps also, Joe Bodolai was just plain tired of being surrounded by Jews in Hollywood. So many people he worked with, happily or otherwise, would be Jewish and Joe would have had to watch his words during any conversations not work oriented. SNL was primarily a Jewish programme and only allowed to flourish for so long because it serves some purpose. This could indeed have been problematic.

By Keith Johnson
December 29, 2011

Former ‘Saturday Night Live’ (SNL) writer Joe Bodolai was found dead Monday afternoon in a cheap Los Angeles hotel room, and police have thus far ruled the death to be suicide after finding a bottle of Gatorade and a bottle of anti-freeze close to his body.

Bodolai, 63, wrote for SNL from 1981 to 1982 and co-wrote the first draft of the 1992 comedy “Wayne’s World” with Mike Meyers. Bodolai also enjoyed a lucrative career as a producer for the Canadian sketch comedy show “Kids in the Hall” as well as for “Comics,” a stand-up comedy venue for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

According to an article in the Daily Mail, “Three days before his body was discovered… Bodolai laid out his life story, his regrets and his successes in a lengthy post on his blog…”

The article goes on to say that in addition to admitting to a long bout with alcoholism, Bodolai also expressed “an inability to cope with the doom-and-gloom vision of the future he saw for the coming year, including war with Iran and fascism and martial law in America.”

A variety of news outlets have covered the story; including TMZ, the Huffington Post and the Wall Street Journal. Only the Mail has touched on the conspiratorial aspects of Bodolai’s final post, but none have mentioned that Bodolai also had strong words against the state of Israel, made it clear that he did not buy the government’s version of 9-11, and was a fan of Mike Rivero’s “What Really” (One of the few links he provides on his blog)

In a December 23 post on his blog “Say It Ain’t So, Joe,” Bodolai has a piece titled “If This Were Your Last Day Alive What Would You Do?”

Under the heading “Things I Think Will Happen Next Year” he writes,  
“More wars for Israel, our rulers. Probably Syria soon.”
Bodolai follows that up with another prediction:  
War with Iran (!) for Israel may trigger WW3 conflict with Russia.”
 Among some of Bodolai’s other predictions:
Sales of Mayan Calendars up  for 2012, drop for 2013.
Martial Law in the USA, first probably in Louisiana

Depression greater than that of the 30’S

World Supply of Band Names will run out

Americans will go along with this, but resisters will be FEMA camped.

America the one I loved, the one my dad fought for on Omaha Beach on D-DAY, the man who helped take out the machine guns on the cliff, won’t be alive to see young men wearing uniforms and BE the enemy he fought.

Fascism will be America. It already is. Simple definition: When government rules over corporations, that’s socialism. When corporations use government that, my friends, is fascism.
Foreign troops may likely be used in popular insurrections.
Snooki will have another “book”.
Under the heading “Stuff I Would Like To Have Seen In My Lifetime” Bodolai lists (among others):
Truth about 9-11. THREE buildings went down that day. Building 7 wasn’t even hit.
Indians winning a World Series (OK, not so bad since my Jays won two in a row!)
Browns winning a Super Bowl
Truth about the JFK murder
Young people mobilizing for change instead of watching E!
USA not being Israel’s puppet bully.
An American awards show being half as good as mine. Or, basically, getting a chance here. I can run a show. I can create a show.
All those new girls I like naked liking me as much as I liked them
Living in Paris or New York again

In the significantly longer list of Things I Regret, he mentioned:
Leaving Canada

Moving to Los Angeles

That I am no longer able to withstand any more of life’s pain
In an earlier post titled “Seeing World Events Through Celebrity Tweets” Bodolai critiques a “tweet” that Lindsay Lohan made after the recent regime change in Egypt. Lohan writes,
“Congratulations to the people of Egypt. Your voices were heard and you proved that peaceful demonstrations are possible and effective …. x… And I pray Egypt maintains its treaty with Israel and sets the trend for its neighbors to create peace with Israel and the entire region.”
Bodolai’s response to that was,
“I guess she has something in common with Israel: theft! (necklaces, Gaza, West Bank… that kind of stuff. Oh, and one of them has nuclear weapons, also stolen. Think Congress minds?) If this seems like a non-sequitur to you, I can’t think of Egypt today without thinking of Israel. And our “experts” (the not-hot people on news channels) applaud the Egyptian military for taking Lindsay’s advice. They will “honor” the treaty. Plus ca change….”
It may be too soon to cry “foul play” in the death of Bodolai. But it isn’t too soon to speculate that his career may have been cut short after his politically incorrect views on Israel caught the attention of some sensitive Hollywood power broker(s).

Bodolai definitely knew what was going on and what was likely to occur in the near future. He was obviously quite concerned about the direction this world was headed, but perhaps lacked the moral support and emotional strength needed to weather the horrific storm he saw coming. That’s the easy answer.

Unfortunately, answers don’t come easy, and Bodolai may have grown tired of waiting for them.

That’s why all of us must continue to seek those answers ~ for Bodolai ~ and all of those like him who find their worlds too broken to fix.

Rest in peace, Mr. Bodolai. We are your family, and you will be greatly missed.

ED: The entire message is most compelling and not at all depressive to be quite honest. It is almost upbeat! Joe Bodelai's poignant complete suicide message can be found here at:


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