The you tube video is from January 2015....but i saw this on MTV on Thursday Aug. 13, 2015. I dont watch it very often so I dont know if this is a
regular commercial or what.
Either way just a little weird.
People are not forced to watch TV, just that they choose to, and it's not that TV is necessarily bad, it's just what the masses consider entertainment
is terrible and is capable of lobotomizing people lol, i love Only Fools And Horses, History Channel(better than watching meet the z-listers) South
Park(yes i said it), TV is not all bad, you just need to watch what you watch, and always remember, they are not forcing you to watch it
I think that video might be reaching a bit, I don't give a network that airs crap like Teen Mom and the kardashians near enough credit to be involved
with something as well thought out as an Illuminate. Pure BS, because we all know snookie is a mind control tool right?
I think a lot of younger people do (13-20 if I had to guess)
Useless, talentless, thoughless shows:
And to answer that question: "YES" it seems like people do still watch it, the average show on that channel (after a brief search) is about 4 years
and running. So I think the real question is who still watches it ??
It seems like MTV is mocking people who believe MTV is run by the Illuminati and are vocal supporters of the theory that mtv/music talent are
controlled by the Illuminati. I'm pretty sure they have multiple similar commercials like the one asking if the VMA's are controlled by the Illuminati
and they point out all the triangles in the word "VMAS". Cartoon network commercials, multiple Seth Macfarlane shows, and plenty of other sources of
popular culture have made fun of conspiracy believers/conspiracy theories/people believing they are also involved in the conspiracy theory. It's no
secret that the vigilant christian, vigilant citizen, people like Fritz Springmeier , Christopher Hudson (the guy who was did those videos with the
kid from Two and A Half Men), and countless religious leaders/people have been quite a bit of money/fame from criticizing their work, so it seems like
MTV is having some fun at the people I listed expense and kind of getting back at them. Let's be honest there is a lot of humor and views when it
comes to making fun of some of things conspiracy believers say. Rock N Roll stars, Aleister Crowley, and other people who are labeled
rebellious/different did similar antics to get under the skin of their critics (like the people who believed/pushed the idea that listening to certain
music would make kids worship Satan/go commit mass shootings).
edit on 18-8-2015 by nancyliedersdeaddog because: (no reason given)
The Illuminati is a belief nothing more, but strange things do manifest in certain situations, i could sit here and tell you how i feel gas lighting
came about, and it is a strange story, but things pop out of the imagination that if looked at in a way could be true to the naked eye but like normal
there's always more to the story.
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