posted on Jun, 18 2011 @ 03:48 PM
Alright. I watched the stupid videos.
1. I'm not surprised at all that the mainstream music scene, especially in rap/R&B/hip-hop, continue to reiterate the Illuminati imagery. Tupac's
death left behind a legacy of conspiracy theories involving the music industry's involvement with the Illuminati.
2. Look how many artists were advertised
in those videos. Perfect form of free marketing, isn't it? And these videos have been up for half a
year now. Most other videos with that much popular music contained in them would have been flagged and removed by WMG a long time ago. Perhaps we
can all perform an experiment by flagging the video for copyrighted material and see if they actually care to remove it...
3. If the Illuminati is trying to brainwash people into becoming little Satanic helpers, they're failing miserably. There is still a LEGION of people
who hate mainstream music.
4. The "documentary" seems to keep emphasizing the recurrence of "rain man" and some other generic keywords as if that's the strongest bit of
evidence... FAIL! I can find several dozen songs about unicorns if I tried. Weak argument.
5. If anyone is being mocked- its the consumer [not "God"]. The Illuminati may very well have been invented by the music/movie industry to spark
controversy and taunt gullible people.
6. "Rain man" can also be a slang reference to a gang boss. You know- a man who can almost magically make it "rain" money on you.
I don't even want to waste my time watching any more of the videos. Of course, the OP is just going to say that I'm too uneducated to discredit his
stupid beliefs because I haven't watched all two hours of the documentary.
And when a musician says they "sold their soul to the Devil", they're speaking in metaphors. They kinda do that when writing lyrics, ya'
edit on 6/18/2011 by BirdOfillOmen because: (no reason given)