Noel Gallagher (his internet nickname: General Dread) is definitely a hoax... a big bluff. As Liam says: he's a fucking fake.
Examples: the people think he's God but as we proved he's the devil. Or all the songs he copied. Or all the lies he tells, protected by the fact that he's a media darling...
While he was speaking now "he" said: “Paul is confusing me with the ghost of my past – I’ve changed".
Of course, he also said: I hate changes.
How many special people change.
On his album he sings: "what if I'm already dead, I would I know?"
Even his Guardian said: you would finally stop writing these terrible lyrics.
Noel now admitted he hates that song, his wife too. Panic among his blinded fans.
In 2008 "he" was attacked onstage in Toronto and then said he'll never recover from that. Yeah, we see the results... let's say it's just another of his excuses. Maybe a fake attack? As when, on 9 August 1994 at the Riverside in Newcastle, he faked to have "his" guitar (Johnny Marr's) destroyed from another fan attacking him.
You know, "Paul is dead" (PID) is an urban legend suggesting that Paul of The Beatles died in 1966 and was secretly replaced by a look-alike.
In September 1969, American college students published articles claiming that clues to Paul's death could be found among the lyrics and artwork of the Beatles' recordings. Clue-hunting proved infectious and within a few weeks had become an international phenomenon.
A clue was the "turn me on, dead man" message heard when "Revolution 9" from the White Album is played backwards. The story tells that Paul, on 9 November 1966, after an argument during a Beatles' recording session, had angrily driven off in his car. He had crashed it and died as a result. To spare the public from grief, the Beatles replaced him with William Campbell, the winner of a McCartney look-alike contest.
Hundreds of supposed clues to the death were reported by fans and followers of the legend; these also included symbolic interpretations of both lyrics and album cover imagery. One oft-cited example was the suggestion that the words spoken by McCartney's band-mate John Lennon in the final section of the song "Strawberry Fields Forever" are "I buried Paul". McCartney later revealed the words were actually "cranberry sauce". Another was the interpretation of the Abbey Road album cover as symbolising a funeral procession, with John, dressed in pure white, symbolises the preacher or heavenly body. Ringo, dressed in full black, symbolises the mourner. George, in scruffy denim jeans and shirt, symbolises the gravedigger and Paul, barefoot and out of step with other members of the band, symbolises the corpse.
As Noel maybe played about him belonging to the Illuminati...
The story started because Paul (Zodiac sign: Gemini as Noel, double sign) hadn't been much in the press, which is definitely not Noel Gallagher's case: he's TOO MUCH in the press. But after all, the people should know the new Noel...
In these days there's a tv programme here speaking about this. By a mechanic repairing cars near Milan (Corsico) there's Paul car (it's that car, certified), an Aston Martin, they had even found traces of blood on the car's hood, sign of an accident (in London), but not a mortal one.
But, they showed how it's almost true that Paul "changed", maybe it's another person... just like Noel changed...
And something to add to the mystery: the Beatles decided to quit live gigs since "Paul died"... and their music totally changed since "Paul died"... that's what Oasis did too, since "Noel died", August 2002, then in 2005 "Don't believe the truth" had a totally different rhythm, a military one.