The Controlled Music Industry and “Counter-culture”
After a young friend “liked” Wiz Khalifa on Facebook, a foul-mouthed rapper who promotes drug use, I felt the need to “like” him myself so I could leave this comment on his page:
Here’s the deal – the government makes drugs illegal to hike up the price on the black market, then they ship in the drugs and their friends in the music industry hire artists to advertise their product.
Clever scam, isn’t it?
Don’t be conned, drugs are bad and the government wants you to take them. They don’t want you to be successful and smart. Tell them to stuff their drugs and be yourself.
That probably seems bizarre to people who have not been initiated into the workings of government. Did you know that opium production in Afghanistan is higher now than before the 2001 invasion?
And where does counter-culture come from? And how do so many big corporations profit from it? Because they basically control both sides. In the 1960s, drugs and “free love” (promiscuity) were introduced into the mainstream for a reason. The controlled music industry played a massive part in the situation we see today, where just over half of the babies born are to unmarried women and where divorce rates are off the radar screen.
The family was the target and the “counter-culture” – those hippies and peaceniks – were used as tools to basically jeopardise the stability and happiness of their own children and grandchildren for political reasons. And not their political objectives.
As Lenin said, “Destroy the family, you destroy the country.”
He also said, “Our program necessarily includes the propaganda of atheism.”
He knew that churches, like the family, had to be destroyed in order for the government to have total control. For the same reason, the family has been savagely attacked in the West and atheism is promoted at the same time as our Judeo-Christian traditions are being dismantled and our morals ridiculed for being “out-dated” or “discriminatory”.
The major piece of “counter-culture” that is feminism was manufactured, with CIA involvement, to fool women into believing that they could enjoy fun and power “having control over their own fertility”. Thanks to the usual culprits of government, the media and state education, feminist “values” have become more-or-less mainstream and have added to the problems we face as a society – by design. For many, the definition of abortion has changed from killing one’s unborn child to a woman’s right to control her own body. The rights of the husband, and particularly the human being getting wiped from the pages of history, are non-existent according to feminism.
One of the triumphs of the social re-engineers’ “rights” programme has been to make George Orwell’s “all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others” become reality.
Gay Rights probably really kicked off in the USA with the Stonewall riots in 1969, at the Stonewall Inn, in the Greenwich Village neighbourhood of New York. And this “blueprint” by homosexuals published in the 1980s, “The Overhauling Of Straight America,” was an agenda to infiltrate the media to portray homosexuals as harmless and denormalised, while painting those who disagreed with same-sex liaisons – i.e. the vast majority at the time – as bigots. They advocated the use of well known and effective propaganda techniques to “persuade” the masses to accept homosexual behaviour as normal and even to defend it. You can see how much of the programme has now been carried out and objectives achieved. It is well worth a read.
So, where are we now with music (or what is promoted as such)?
Well, we have this rapper clown Wiz Khalifa offering prizes on Facebook of roll-up papers for kids to make joints out of. He has over ten million “likes” which is very scary.
I think that what we witness is the music industry increasingly turning out a product which is designed to dumb down (via language and drug use) and sexualise (via language, body language and dress – or lack of), as well as encourage children to consider their parents to be out of touch, and like in the Soviet Union, the music industry’s program necessarily includes the propaganda of atheism, so blasphemy becomes ‘cool’ because the rapper and hip hop artist say there ain’t no God.
I wouldn’t be surprised if “counter-culture” is more heavily controlled than the mainstream. How ironic is that? What the music industry certainly aims for is to have the people exactly where they want us at any given time.