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Stupification of the Human Race through Mainstream Music

Thank you, Molly.

I have been contemplating writing a more complete article on the impact of modern music, but I’ve been saved the trouble.

This article covers the key issues, in my opinion:

I have reason to believe that mainstream music is turning the human race into a race of idiots. Before you dismiss the topic immediately as BS, I urge you to continue reading below, and after you have conducted your own research pertaining to the issues discussed, you may then draw your own conclusions. Open your mind. Question everything.

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Modern music has a powerful negative impact upon us, spiritually. This is way more important than most people understand or are willing to contemplate. The physical body we see and inhabit arises from the energy body that weaves through it and surrounds it. Modern music disrupts these connections. In my experience, anyone who has properly awakened their spiritual nature and awareness cannot tolerate modern music, any more than they can tolerate the violence in so many movies and TV shows, and modern violent computer games. There is an alignment in their purpose. Apart from conditioning us to tolerate violence, they make us feel and believe that we are only the physical bodies we inhabit. Although there are many who continue to believe this, you can only do so by ignoring the abundant evidence to the contrary. As I’ve said before, beliefs are far more powerful than truth, and evidence is simply discarded  by most of us when it conflicts with our beliefs.

And if you think the evolution of music from its nature at the beginning of the 20th century to where it is now is some kind of natural progression, I recommend you read this article.

One thing I disagree with. This takeover is not by governments. This takeover is by the same forces that put governments in place. They own the music industry, Hollywood and virtually every aspect of the mainstream media, and they direct all of it for their own purposes – the control and disenfranchisement of humanity.

The Sunday Times’ Snowden Story is Journalism at its Worst — and Filled with Falsehoods

This Sunday Times article claims “RUSSIA and China have cracked the top-secret cache of files stolen by the fugitive US whistleblower Edward Snowden, forcing MI6 to pull agents out of live operations in hostile countries, according to senior officials in Downing Street, the Home Office and the security services.

It seems it is the classic psyop journalism we expect from the Murdoch press.

Firstly, here is the response from Glenn Greenwald, one of the journalists who broke the Snowden story:

Aside from the serious retraction-worthy fabrications on which this article depends – more on those in a minute – the entire report is a self-negating joke. It reads like a parody I might quickly whip up in order to illustrate the core sickness of western journalism.

Unless he cooked an extra-juicy steak, how does Snowden “have blood on his hands” if there is “no evidence of anyone being harmed?” As one observer put it last night in describing the government instructions these Sunday Times journalists appear to have obeyed: “There’s no evidence anyone’s been harmed but we’d like the phrase ‘blood on his hands’ somewhere in the piece.”

The whole article does literally nothing other than quote anonymous British officials. It gives voice to banal but inflammatory accusations that are made about every whistleblower from Daniel Ellsberg to Chelsea Manning. It offers zero evidence or confirmation for any of its claims. The “journalists” who wrote it neither questioned any of the official assertions nor even quoted anyone who denies them. It’s pure stenography of the worst kind: some government officials whispered these inflammatory claims in our ears and told us to print them, but not reveal who they are, and we’re obeying. Breaking!

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And here is a response from Ryan Gallagher, another journalist who has spent extensive time with the Snowden material:

All in all, for me the Sunday Times story raises more questions than it answers, and more importantly it contains some pretty dubious claims, contradictions, and inaccuracies. The most astonishing thing about it is the total lack of scepticism it shows for these grand government assertions, made behind a veil of anonymity. This sort of credulous regurgitation of government statements is antithetical to good journalism.
The government has an obvious vested interest in portraying Snowden as a terrible person who’s helped “the enemy” — it has been badly stung by his surveillance revelations and the political fallout that has ensued as a result of them. For that reason alone its claims should be treated with caution and not repeated unchallenged. Evidence should be necessary for allegations of this magnitude, which have such big ramifications. The Sunday Times has a long and commendable history of holding the government to account with great investigative journalism. But in this case, sadly, it has allowed itself to be used by faceless officials as a mouthpiece.

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Both articles go into much more detail than my quotes indicate, but the conclusions are clear.

There have been many suggestions for the motive behind this article. One thing is clear, and that is, it is being used as fuel for the fire of anti-Russian and anti-Chinese sentiment being stirred up, currently. There is certainly plenty of wargames being played by NATO and the United States in Russia’s backyard. Time will tell where this is leading. And as we know, all wars are bankers’ wars, so it behoves us to keep an eye on the bigger picture, including the fact that even the journalists quoted above continue to be clueless about the game behind the game. So few people seem to be aware of how our world actually works.

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