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our media helping to uneducate and make criminals out of good people

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posted on Dec, 25 2014 @ 11:48 PM
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I heard this on the radio and am honestly just tired of it. Our kids will never know what good music is. The media just ruins it for them. It seems like everyday all I hear is garbage. Seems they really are just trying to make wonderful loving people out of our kids.

horrible tune


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posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 12:02 AM
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Good god!

What the mainstream music industry puts out is absolute garbage!

This is case and point, it is definitely best educate your kids at home and arm them with the knowledge of psychological warfare being waged against them.

Brainwashing all day long for those stupid enough to listen! It is a tragedy that they target the youth like they do, it is every parents responsibility to break the spell!
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posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 12:56 AM
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My parents warned me about this devil music. But behind their backs I kept listening to Chuck Berry and Little Richard. Then I moved onto the hard stuff and fell in love with James Brown. My father listened to big band music in the 30s and 40s and the parents of his youth considered that that music would ruin the moral fiber of the country.

That said, yeah, I agree. This tune, just like the classic Brick in the Wall have all appearances of being a well greased slide into never never land.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 01:08 AM
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a reply to: TerryMcGuire

here's to the "old school"....


Chuck Berry "School Days"




posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 01:10 AM
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a reply to: drz400

i feel a little dumber just listening to that garbage for 2 minutes......long gone are the good old days of Jimi Hendrix and led Zeppelin



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 01:19 AM
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See like I know there were songs back in the day that had a similar type of rebellious feel, but this music seems like there is no real "soul" behind the tune. Almost like it was "engineered" to make people wanna hurt others or create civil unrest.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 01:30 AM
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I do not like most of the music of today as well. However, let us not forget that the "Media" was calling it devil music back in the 60's also. Through Elvis and the Beetles and Zep... to this day.

There was always the old addage; "You are just getting old", when generations disliked their present day new music. I used to think that, however, If I absolutely hate most of today's music, it is really a personal choice, and nothing more.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 01:39 AM
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What a horrible message. That's just what I want my kids to think. Why don't they just sing I'm a loser, non achiever and basically suck.
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posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 02:04 AM
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I didn't hear anything overly bad in that music. It's like most stuff aimed at kids these days, full of autotune and catchy vapid lyrics. The message itself isn't really any different than "Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out" by Timothy Leary.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 02:09 AM
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originally posted by: Aazadan
I didn't hear anything overly bad in that music. It's like most stuff aimed at kids these days, full of autotune and catchy vapid lyrics. The message itself isn't really any different than "Turn on, Tune in, Drop Out" by Timothy Leary.




truly ?....

"i dont wanna go to school,i just wanna break the rules,going to a discotech getting high and getting wrecked"...is a pretty poor message to be sending to kids especially at the age where they are easily led



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 02:47 AM
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Much better.
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posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 03:47 AM
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I tried to find a music channel on sky that had listenable music on it and it was indeed hard. Happily I found vintage music, but since the day I listened to that programme I haven't found it since so have had to get out my CD's and put them on.

I knew the music industry was going down the pan when I llistened to wrap, except there were one ot two which I quite liked mostly Amman but since that time, unless you have the odd Kardashian's Fire etc I have found pretty well zilch to listen to and I can't help noticing that my younger boy listens to music he chooses from the web, which is vintage music stuff I use to dance to. The elder one has always loved heavy metal but even he is mellowing and dancing with his little one to Abba as she is living the Abba sound to the fullest, especially if she has her Frozen gown on, (Pretty as a picture) and great for us to watch.

We will all be going back to trawling through our CDs and downloading the oldies - I can't imagine who signs these bland waste of time artists, except to say it reflects on who they are themselves and their lack of taste and discernment.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 04:02 AM
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a reply to: Shiloh7

The music industry is as controlled as any other industry.

They make stars out of nobodies and use them to keep people stuck in their animal instincts, most notably through sex or violence.

Here in America, Clear Channel communication owns pretty much every radio station, you can literally be anywhere in this country and turn it to the latest pop/hip hop station and find the latest brainwashing. Through repetition they indoctrinate the poor souls who know, no better.

There is so much amazing music out there it is unbelievable. You just will not find it on any MSM.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 04:22 AM
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You have to admit, it's a catchy little jingle for culling the herd.

Stupid is as stupid does. I listened to fairly aggro-industrial tirades, alternative, punk and a slew of adult-ear-cringing material in my youth (still do, truth be told) and I've never done anything the lyrics told me to.

I haven't tried to slice my wrists out of depression, nor have I ever set fire to the evil corporations. I've never tried to overthrow the "tyrannical gubbmint" and I don't touch intoxicants. The worst thing that ever came out of my phase was wearing black clothes, a few small tattoos and bad fashion choices that I've grown out of.

The same can be said of my peers, who are now parents themselves.

We're so straight laced it's unreal - music of this sort provides a mental escape while doing homework....anyone who would take it as a staunch ideology or role model to pattern their behavior after is messed up beforehand.

I have no cure for that level of density....but maybe they'll learn the hard way and keep all the trashy salesmen in yachts, all the fashion outlets in vogue, all the bars in business, all therapists and rehab facilities in operation and morgues stocked up.

See? There IS a bright side to all these Evil Music Industry shenanigans!
It keeps them pesky whippersnappers offa my lawn!


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posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 05:22 AM
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a reply to: GENERAL EYES

I am kind of partial to weird al.....you are most likely correct....i think i am more offended of the lack of music that is modern music......when i first heard "master of puppets" by Metallica it inspired me to pick up the guitar...20 years or so later i still hammer out those same rifts i learn't all those years ago...

no doubt messages have been sent through music it is just when i listened to that crap it got stuck in my head and i was offended...i want my kids to grow up with real music not that garbage...and at least they were a little more subtle about it back in the day....

now i know i am getting older i am talking about back in the day and that was before my time....and yeah no doubt my parents looked at me listening to my music shaking their heads thinking it would end badly


listening to that i had reminisce some more

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posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 06:08 AM
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a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed

It wasn't until I was in my early 20's that I found out my father was a huge Pink Floyd fan. When asked why he had never let me know about his private collection of music....his only response was that he didn't think I was ready for it yet.

There really is an art to raising kids with good taste in music. Take it slow....in layers. When they're ready, you'll know.




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posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 09:20 AM
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originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
a reply to: hopenotfeariswhatweneed

There really is an art to raising kids with good taste in music. Take it slow....in layers. When they're ready, you'll know.





Great point.

The same can be said for reading too. Teenagers who like to read will start off with the basic Harry Potter type writing. As a parent you need to help them progress up to the more involved and difficult to comprehend writing styles that deal with more mature subject matter.

Teaching music, I'm sure, is the same thing. You don't start a piano student off with Mozart.

It all starts with turning the radio off. If you're a walking musical thesaurus and your kid shows an interest in music, you'll know what to start them off with so they can progress into music that actually stimulates and promotes personal growth growth.

www.parentguidenews.com...

Don't let the media dictate how your child grows with music. They'll be screwed.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 09:30 AM
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originally posted by: hopenotfeariswhatweneed

truly ?....

"i dont wanna go to school,i just wanna break the rules,going to a discotech getting high and getting wrecked"...is a pretty poor message to be sending to kids especially at the age where they are easily led


And Robert Plant asking people to squeeze his lemon until the juice runs down his leg any better?

Good God, it is only a song and if people feel the need to emulate it in real life than you have deeper issues than what happens to be playing on the radio.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 09:38 AM
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I hate to be a debby downer, but this is MILD compared to a lot of the stuff you hear these days. That being said, it's just music.

Elvis was "Devil music" back in his day.

Led Zeppelin was "devil music"

Just about any form of new music shocks and dismays the older generation. But at the end of the day, it's just music. People listen to music as a form of entertainment. It's not like anyone listening to this particular song will think "Well Charlie XCX told me to, so I'll go get blasted and skip school." And anyone who DOES think that.. Well, I'd less be questioning the child's decision making skills and more the parents' parenting skills.



posted on Dec, 26 2014 @ 10:04 AM
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The messages have been the same from the 40's to today, it is just that today they don't need to be poetic or subtle about it. Sex, drugs, hyper happiness, unfaithfulness, violence, death are all heavily promoted messages in music. Just listen to 90% of what plays on the radio, I mean really listen to the lyrics and watch the video. The aim is to destroy the family unit by attacking children by means of rebellious actions, feel good, let go, shake it off, drink up, sex up and reject the past.

All music is made to enhance your emotions and let your guard down so that the words can penetrate you conscience with ease. Seducing persona and sexual attraction is especially effective on young boys and girls who know nothing about life, who are played like little fiddles.

"If one listens to the wrong kind of music, he will become the kind of person." -Aristotle



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