Saturday, July 03, 2010

lady gaga, the new world order & the babylon system

lady gaga & the new world order
lady gaga & the new world orderfrom guardian: You might think that by know you've read more than enough online exegesis of Lady Gaga's videos but you haven't even scratched the surface until you've read the work of The Vigilant Citizen. This anonymous Canadian blogger explained last year's Paparazzi video with reference to the CIA's MK-ULTRA mind-control programme, Fritz Lang's Metropolis, the Eye of Horus and the goat-god Baphomet, concluding that Gaga was indubitably an "Illuminati puppet". Bad Romance apparently "offers a chilling description of a music industry ruled by the elite". In Alejandro, she "flashes in her fans' faces the symbols of their own oppression".

video: worries over gaga circle contacts trend*

popular music is the babylon system
from paul joseph watson: It has never been more apparent to those who have awakened from the slumber imposed upon them by popular culture that the establishment music industry now pumps out the most dumbed-down, monotonous, garbage which actually serves to induce depression and despair in those who are enlightened and aware, while providing hypnotizing bread and circuses for those still transfixed by the babylon system... A London Guardian report entitled “Lady Gaga and the New World Order” gives serious credence to a website that not only discusses how popular music is used to keep people downtrodden and distracted, but how it is replete with messages and symbolism bragging about how the elite are using entertainment to keep the masses enslaved.

related: jarvis cocker backs indies in battle of music labels*

media/meme updates:
think you're operating on free will? think again*
inside the US/nato military industrial media empire *
poll: 63% of US adults tuning out world cup*
'fuck you' fingernails: defiant lindsay lohan salutes her sentencing*
campaign launched against comcast/nbc deal*
video: as the US collapses, media worships lebron james*


Anonymous said...

I don't think the article on The Guardian "gives serious credence" to Vigilant Citizen. If anything, it seems more like a tongue-in-cheek attempt to ridicule or debunk the views expressed on his website. The writer is clearly trying to portray those who (like VC) research into esoteric topics like the occult and mind-control as being paranoid conspiracy theorists, even though all signs point to a convincing argument that musical acts like Lady Gaga clearly know what they are doing (or at least those behind their MK'd minds do). The fact that their fans don't suspect a thing is no surprise, as this sort of degradation of society through music and culture has been going on for some time, and most people are totally unaware of it.

Brett Gerry said...

Whatever the truth is regarding the Lady Gaga/Mind-Control theory, it reveals something very important about our relationship with the media:

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