Originally posted by pazcat
I don't know, the guy has said many things that hints he is a member of at the very least maybe the Icke forums.
I'm in two minds, they had a pretty intense build up to The Resistance and then as you mentioned songs like Uprising which would suggest for people to
wake up and resist TPTB and then they go and completely embrace the very system they are seemingly against at the expense of their fans. They are
sending out too many mixed messages. The sooner they get released from Warner the better IMO and take back a bit of control for themselves.
And what makes it even worse is the large majority of their fans when Matt makes a comment for example about how oil may run out soon in Europe just
see him as 'good ol' crazy Matt' or they believe he is just joking around.
I have wondered many-a-time if Matt, Dom and/or Chris are fully fledged members here. It seems unlikely to me that they would never have had even a
passing look.. From the offset, Muse appear to be quite the conspiracists, although the band purports in various interviews that just because one
writes and sings about such things doesn't
necessarily mean that they "believe"
in them. To be fair, I don't think that I have read or
listened to an interview in which Matt makes clear that he actually entirely believes in any of this. He's just interested. Although, heavily
interested apparently, judging by his 'name-dropping' of Terrorstorm
, his views on HAARP, ET lineage, reptilians et al., his song lyrics, and
his original views on 9/11, among other things..
It's confusing. I think that Muse joke around a lot
as a band, and yet Matt writes about what he does in such a seemingly serious tone. Maybe
confusing, who knows.
I remember that he candidly offered his opinion that 9/11, saying that is was "clearly an inside job"
and that there is "massive evidence
that suggests that it was either allowed to happen or even worse, deliberately made to happen"
. Then he turns around and says, "There is loads
of stuff on the Internet suggesting 9/11 was an inside job. But that is not my belief.”
Go figure, I guess. I suppose there's no harm in changing your mind, though. I do it all the time.
Matt Bellamy Rolling Stone Interview -
Originally posted by AshleyD
Parker and Stone from South Park. As someone just said in another thread, although the show often has toilet humor and silliness, if you really pay
attention, they're very much on the ball in terms of current events, political issues, and even conspiracies.
They use the silliness of the four children especially and their characters to hit home very poignant perspectives on what is going on in our world.
I have noticed this. Even if they and others don't admit it, they are very clever.. and hilarious, which goes without saying. And what is the deal
with hiding aliens in every show??
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