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The industry 19 Jul 2014 22:53 #1

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More.. :arowdn:

1365 = 1

1.1365 = 1,283,305,580,313,352
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Sold Out To Satan: Illuminati Controlled Musicians

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This one's a taster.

BTW that's part 27 lol

Here's the whole series. www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtDXuq3v6U5MyupESvazKn5dGlJoZx5_t

The first bunch is about 9/11 etc...

The rest are about Hollywood & the music industry, sacrifices.
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Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation
illuminati-news.com/articles2/00201.html
pt 2.
illuminati-news.com/articles2/00202.html
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Friday wrote:
Inside The LC: The Strange but Mostly True Story of Laurel Canyon and the Birth of the Hippie Generation
illuminati-news.com/articles2/00201.html
pt 2.
illuminati-news.com/articles2/00202.html

I just wrote a whole post... previewed it and lost it :facepalm: Anyway I'll try again...

I became really into the whole hippie thing when I was a young teen... this was the song that did it for me...



at that time my family was living as far South in England as you can get really, an island of sorts, but I got myself a caftan dress and beads and, at that time, hippie bells were an accessory... little Indian bells on a cord that you wore with your beads lol I helped organise a youth club trip to the Hyde Park Free Festval in 1969... the Blind Faith/Donovan one... and they were handing out acid in the crowd there...

They were handing out copies of Oz too...

home.wlv.ac.uk/~fa1871/oz28.gif

I ordered it from the newsagents where I was a paper girl lol It was all so different... I loved the psychedelic graphics and, inevitably I suppose, ended up taking LSD. I was too young to truly understand a lot of the Oz stuff but basically it was promoting lots of sex and drug taking...

I've been interested in the unusual and psychedelics all of my Life as a result of this time. I can see now how engineered the whole thing was and I seldom listen to the music of my teens as a lot of it now seems contrived... especially The Beatles... I mean :dunno: Pop culture pretty much fucked me up really...

From the article you linked Friday
David Crosby is much more than just the son of Major Floyd Delafield Crosby. David Van Cortlandt Crosby, as it turns out, is a scion of the closely intertwined Van Cortlandt, Van Schuyler and Van Rensselaer families. And while you’re probably thinking, “the Van Who families?,” I can assure you that if you plug those names in over at Wikipedia, you can spend a pretty fair amount of time reading up on the power wielded by this clan for the last, oh, two-and-a-quarter centuries or so. Suffice it to say that the Crosby family tree includes a truly dizzying array of US senators and congressmen, state senators and assemblymen, governors, mayors, judges, Supreme Court justices, Revolutionary and Civil War generals, signers of the Declaration of Independence, and members of the Continental Congress. It also includes, I should hasten to add – for those of you with a taste for such things – more than a few high-ranking Masons. Stephen Van Rensselaer III, for example, reportedly served as Grand Master of Masons for New York. And if all that isn’t impressive enough, according to the New England Genealogical Society, David Van Cortlandt Crosby is also a direct descendant of ‘Founding Fathers’ and Federalist Papers’ authors Alexander Hamilton and John Jay.
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Just about everybody had a copy of this in the 70's...



Lyrics from 'Teach your Children Well'
"Teach Your Children"

You, who are on the road must have a code that you can live by.
And so become yourself because the past is just a good bye.
Teach your children well, their father's hell did slowly go by,
And feed them on your dreams, the one they fix, the one you'll know by.
Don't you ever ask them why, if they told you, you would cry,
So just look at them and sigh and know they love you.

And you, of the tender years can't know the fears that your elders grew by,
And so please help them with your youth, they seek the truth before they can die.
Teach your parents well, their children's hell will slowly go by,
And feed them on your dreams, the one they fix,the one you'll know by.
Don't you ever ask them why, if they told you, you would cry,
So just look at them and sigh and know they love you.

Where's all the hippies now? Teach your children well? They seemed such fine sentiments back then... as I've grown older I've discovered that the Hippie dream was mostly lived by middle class children who could afford to go to Goa and buy the stuff to bring back... the majority of us just got fucked up on on acid and promiscuity... oh yeah sorry... free love :cool:

I'm not going to preview this so here goes...
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I've been interested in the unusual and psychedelics all of my Life as a result of this time. I can see now how engineered the whole thing was and I seldom listen to the music of my teens as a lot of it now seems contrived... especially The Beatles... I mean :dunno: Pop culture pretty much fucked me up really...

That's what it was designed to do.Long before Mcgowan wrote on Laurel Canyon or Coleman wrote about Tavistock and the Beatles or a slew of documentaires on music and pop culture and countercultures were thrown up on You Tube,the culture creators wrote about their plans in the early 20th century.Guys like Edward Bernays,HG Wells,Aldous Huxley,and many,many more.The usual names crop up all the time like Blavatsky,Besat,Bailey,and Crowley to name a handful.
Even the musicians of those flower power years have spoken and written about their roles as social change agents.Many of them knew what they were doing,and others came to understand their roles years later.They admit being involved in the occult.And some of them admit to having connection to the CIA.Same goes for the non-musicians that pushed the drugs and free love themes such as Tomothy Leary,The Merry Prankster,and others.
There is a series on the history of rock n roll made in the USA in the 1990s with music clips and interviews with aging rock stars.The frank admissions of their Cultural Marxist postions and roles is astonishing.And the same can be found in bios and autobiographies.
And music was just one prong of the attack on traditional moral values.When I read the shit by some folks here on rap music or morality being relative it is stomach turning,and why anyone takes the bait from these types is beyond me.
Anyway,it appears you had the scales removed from your eyes.Good for you. :)
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Britney Spears mind control alter.

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East 17's Brian Harvey (aw'right, aw'right everybody's gonna be aw'right).smashes his Platinum Records in protest to the f*cking music industry and it's f*cking weird pedophile world.

Watch "Brian Harvey from East 17 smashes up his platinum…" on YouTube



I wonder if their openly gay manager (who also managed Bros and the Pet Shop Boys :roll: ) was also a botty boy pedo.

Hollywood is full of them.

It's quite possible that that is who Harvey is referring to ... well at least one of them.
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“Rap Music Is Not Music
“Rap Music” is not music but it is a cleverly marketed euphemism disguised to give the obnoxious noise societal legitimacy. Describing the (disenchanting) chanting of “Rap Music” as singing or as music is indeed (in either case) a capital misnomer. Real Music is the careful arrangement of organized sounds in the form of notes that then result in a smooth blend of rhythm, tone, and pitch that when united, is quite pleasing to the ear. Rap is not music. The unpleasant-sounding horror is chaotic dissonance and certainly not elegant consonance. Rap is veritable noise pollution that is tastelessly amplified from a cumbersome boom box. Generally speaking, unlike black soul music and traditional black rhythm and blues, Rap is both heartless and soulless. Standard love songs show respect and consideration for a member of the opposite gender but most contemporary Rap lyrics promote a hedonistic “me first” ghetto survival theme that is cruelly perpetuated upon its afflicted listening audience.

When Rap songs first appeared I believed that the clamorous nonsense would be another fad phenomenon that would gradually vanish like ‘70s disco music had slowly but surely lost its clout (along with our attendant intrigue and curiosity). But unfortunately the dunce-like Rap lyrics herald the worst elements of society and the brazen inflammatory words glamorize sex, drugs, random and deliberate violence’ and gang intimidation themes that through-and-through reek with sexism, racism and the glorification of the ghetto mentality.

In most Rap song themes the dysfunctional dregs of the inner city are elevated to hero status while the “entertainers” sound like disgruntled grunting angry contemporary cavemen’ who are advocating the downfall of “white America” with vitriolic words expressing rage, rebellion and social revolution. This expansion of the “easy-money anti-establishment ghetto mentality” is fueling resentment and hostility among “disenfranchised” inner city youth as well as contaminating the gullible and vulnerable minds of suburban teens. But the entire reprehensible in-progress-brainwashing technique that “Rap Music” demonstrably utilizes is both a sham and a canard that is trafficking affected teens down a treacherous One-Way-Street that leads only to a permanent lackluster socio-economic cul-de-sac. What a pathetic and ignoble social disaster!

In the ‘50s and early ‘60s black rhythm and blues imaginatively captured the hopes, the dreams, the ideals and the aspirations of both white and black teens as portrayed in the quality music of Chuck Berry and Fats Domino. Early black music was a unifying force in America. True, Little Richard’s music was a tad rebellious but it was not downright dirty, immoral or degrading like modern rap is. The early ‘50s black artists’ songs paralleled the dreams of both white and black America and the entire country was basically on the same musical wavelength.

And then this constructive and positive racial parallelism continued into the early ‘60s with the establishment of Detroit’s Motown where both black and white society shared a common interest in radio renditions of the ideal boyfriend, the ideal girlfriend, the ideal teen relationship and the music beneficially emphasized the stability that typical teenage romance provided. The Temptations, the Supremes, the Shirelles, the Marvelettes, Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie, Mary Wells, Smokey Robinson, The Four Tops and Martha and the Vandellas all espoused “civilized relationships” between males and females and their songs genuinely advanced the perpetuation of commonalities in our great American culture.

Ironically white performers were very instrumental in contributing to the origins of “Rap Music.” Certainly Blondie’s Debbie Harry’s classic rendition of “Rapture” and the Beastie Boys’ amusing “Fight For the Right To Party” preceded the appearance of more radical rappers like Vanilla Ice and Eminem. And M.C. Hammer’s unique song “Can’t Touch This!” gave Rap a happy monicker and the lively tune showed both versatility and great potential for the development of new sounds in the recording industry. But then Run DMC, Public Enemy, Ludacris (Whatever happened to standard spelling?), 50 Cent (Whatever happened to the idea of plural usage in English grammar? I mean, I’ve heard of one cent!) and oh yes, Eminem and other rappers gradually emerged and began shouting and ranting words that featured intimidation, class conflict, hatred of authority (including police, parents and teachers), defiance, insolence, animosity, conflict and racial divisiveness.

“Rap Music” is both uninspiring and generally counterproductive to the “good of the order.” The scurrilous pox lionizes a mediocre ghetto existence as the epitome of human pursuit. “Rap Music” is essentially non-creative no matter how creative its performers think they are in writing it or in presenting it. And the rappers have the unmitigated audacity to describe themselves as “artists.” Well, Michelangelos, Leonardo Da Vincis, Picassos and Rembrandts most of those arrogant buffoons are not. And few rappers can actually sing a strong note like Elvis Presley, Johnny Mathis, Jay Black and Ray Charles could! Most rappers can just robotically shout, yell, holler, drivel, rant, slobber, prattle and babble in rubbish junkish mechanical non-poetic lyrics that lack imagination, inspiration and rhetorical quality. And the egocentric rappers’ amoral anthems are designed to corrupt American society and tear it down to the dangerous and literal “dog-eat-dog” human condition that realistically exists and flourishes in American slums.

Why isn’t “Rap Music” genuine music? Because Real Music possesses two authentic characteristics: it has grace and beauty, two marvelous components that “Rap” sadly lacks. Rap tunes usually are nothing more than one monotonous beat accompanied by certain anti-social mantras repeated over and over again. Real Music usually has singing associated with it but Rap only pretends to be music with relentless “in your face” threatening lyrics and assorted menacing hand and face gestures. Real Music has a variety of instruments while Rap is ordinarily arranged with only a hypnotic drumbeat and perhaps a guitar accompanied by some hyperactive dolt wildly scratching a record surface. Standard songs are generally arranged in a clever A-B-A verse pattern or rhythm format and most “Rap Music” just sounds like a flat tire riding and rumbling over a series of bumpy dirt roads. There are few chords (piano, guitar or otherwise) exhibited in “Rap Music” and the dictatorial didactical tone of voice that is exhibited (a substitute for real singing) is quite deficient in acceptable harmony and melody. In short, “Rap Music” is a one-dimensional medium and is devoid of both width and breadth. It is shallow and hollow linguistic jargonized anger-oriented ghetto garbage. “Rap Music” is analogous to looking at a rainbow having only one dull color.

High-profile black leaders like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton should demonstrate the courage to condemn and denounce “Rap Music” that ostentatiously promotes negative and pessimistic views of American culture along with perpetuating anti-social attitudes. For the most part (with few exceptions) Rap is quite detrimental and deleterious, and the repugnant curse is the antithesis of all that is good for the betterment of America. “Rap Music” extols a subversive counter-culture that undermines all that is advantageous about the USA. It is an adverse divisive force that pits parents against their children, rich against poor and teens against authority. Certainly it doesn’t take much of a genius to concoct lyrics that come up with diabolical rhyming words for “ditch and witch” and for “duck and luck!”

Of course the self-indulgent rappers insist that they are fine examples teaching inner city kids the value of free enterprise and becoming successful junior entrepreneurs in a capitalistic economy by having the impressionable juveniles tailor their activities after their role-model mentors’. But the stark truth is that less than one percent of prospective rappers ever hit the jackpot with the remainder of aspirants finding a dismal crock of fools’ gold at the end of their rainbows. Like everything else from publishing to professional sports and from Wall Street to Main Street, only the top three percent of the participants wind-up making the big bucks while the remainder of the wannabes’ in any given profession founder and flounder in defeat and mediocrity.

The “Rap Music Industry” is no different than the rest of capitalistic America is in terms of its low percentage of success stories. Most of Rap’s juvenile adherents are doomed to mediocre futures with dead-end minimum wage jobs at best (if they don’t become criminals in the meantime) and if the kids actively espouse the ghetto lifestyle as indicated in rap song lyrics, then those youngsters are truly heading in the wrong direction that will guarantee them lives fraught with conflict with society, with adult authority and the with the law. There is no doubt in my mind that the Rap Record Industry exploits and corrupts both the consciences and the hearts of inner city and suburban kids that gravitate to “the sound” and addictively like listening to it.

“Rap Music” is both a divisive force and a toxic influence in American society. The pestilence praises the “ghetto mentality model” as a model worthy of imitation and the cultural epidemic (that the rampant social cancer is) has up-to-now generated little redeeming value. “Rap Music” mercilessly reduces mankind to a base biological existence and it insidiously subverts the spiritual and the intellectual aspects of human beings’ mental and emotional composition. If human life could be expressed as a mathematical division problem, then according to the rappers’ persistent messages, the lowest common denominators of all human relationships are sex, drugs, anger, contempt and rebellion. “Rap Music” connotes a disdain for self-sacrifice for others, it suggests (by omission) an aversion for social commitment and for community service, and it advances (by omission) a despising of individual responsibility and an apparent antipathy for standard accepted interpersonal morality and ethics.

In the final analysis “Rap Music” undermines basic human charity, human decency and human consideration for the rights and properties of others. In the overall “Rap Music” scenario, hate has replaced tolerance, self-gratification has replaced prudence, arrogance has replaced humility and hostility has replaced compassion. To add to the ongoing dilemma other benign abstractions also have been viciously assaulted. In the “Rap Music World” defiance has replaced respect, sex has replaced courtship, using others for personal gain has replaced basic courtesy and wanton rape has replaced teen romance.

In the final analysis, generally speaking, how does Rap Music promote Woman's Rights? Woman's Equality? Honor for the Sacrament of Marriage? Respect for the institution of motherhood? True love? The virtues of our Judeo-Christian Civilization? The greatness of the United States of America?

“Rap Music” (in general) is definitely a harmful and dangerous factor to American civilization because the colossal scourge equates (in innocent adolescent minds) pervasive corruptive moral fallacies purporting that: adventure tragically equals thugs and drugs, that freedom is social anarchy, that love is the same thing as sex, that justice is a vigilante-oriented lifestyle, that truth can only be represented as deplorable ghetto misery, that honor is nothing more than revenge and last but not least, that Thomas Jefferson’s “Pursuit of happiness” is really only the pursuit of selfish pleasure. In conclusion, the flimflam known as “Rap Music” is not bona fide music because the blight is without grace, without beauty and without love, the fundamental truly joyous qualities that are vitally necessary in order to make life both satisfying and worthwhile in any given civilization
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THE WICKED WORLD BEHIND THE SCENES

OF ROCK & ROLL!


By Jeremy Spencer





www.xfamily.org/images/a/a8/TSM2_Jeremy_Spencer-s_Traumatic_Testimony.pdf


Please take into consideration:
A member since Fleetwood Mac's inception in July 1967, he remained with the band until his abrupt departure in February 1971, when he joined a religious group called the "Children of God", now known as "The Family International", of which he is still a follower.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremy_Spencer


Tags: Jeremy Spencer Mick Fleetwood Mac Peter Allen Green Greenbaum Jewish AC/DC Sodomites Brian Epstein Robert Stig Stigwood Organisation Bee Gees Gibb Abba George Harrison Beatles Eric Clapton Paul McCartney Cliff Richards Stevie Nicks Lindsay Buckingham Atlantic Records


Reference:
=> Police have searched a Berkshire property belonging to Sir Cliff Richard in relation to an alleged historical sex offence
=> The Battle for Your Mind: Persuasion and Brainwashing Techniques Being Used On The Public Today - Mind Control - Subliminal Programming
=> Crowley, luciferianism and the dark 'arts' in the entertainment industry
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Ralph Rieckermann, the former bassist of the German rockband The Scorpions admits
he has attended elite snuff parties where people are murdered for
the entertainment of the wealthy guests who pay up to $100,000 to attend.


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Only makes me wonder why you did not post this piece of typical German bashing/ridiculing crap:








Rieckermann = sounds like Germanised Dutch Rijkman which means rich man :wissl:

And he did not say he attended a snuff party in GERMANY!

Since 1987 he is living in Los Angeles, btw.

FU disinfo artists!

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PFIZIPFEI wrote:
Only makes me wonder why you did not post this piece of typical German bashing/ridiculing crap:








Rieckermann = sounds like Germanised Dutch Rijkman which means rich man :wissl:

And he did not say he attended a snuff party in GERMANY!

Since 1987 he is living in Los Angeles, btw.

FU disinfo artists!

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It seems to me that you feel personally attacked

Sort of funny as I was only posting about what the music industry is secretely doing.

it could have been any rock bad ; just so happenend they were The Scorpions.

Go away from the window dear and have a nice cup of chamomile tea :)
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I would not really be surprised to learn that his grandmother and yours were sisters.


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I would not really be surprised to learn that his grandmother and yours were sisters.


:chuckle:

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What a great intelligent remark again :thumbup:

The things that surpise you .................ha ha ha ha
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I would not really be surprised to learn that his grandmother and yours were sisters.


:chuckle:

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What a great intelligent remark again :thumbup:

The things that surpise you .................ha ha ha ha



Just pure logical deduction, hasbara troll, from your most typical behaviour.

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