(06-12-2015, 01:27 AM)Bakou Wrote:
(06-11-2015, 10:53 PM)FractalHedgehog Wrote:
(06-11-2015, 07:15 PM)Bakou Wrote: We do not know what is going on behind the scenes and can only speculate.
I've heard both schools of thought, one saying they're part of the NWO agenda and one that says they're against it. Some even say that Bellamy has flip flopped on his views.
The video is dripping with MK Ultra symbolism and key words for sure but the ultimate agenda? I'd like to say they're not a part of it but they're worldwide popular and making money hand over fist.. not good.
It's too bad. I really like their music.
If you listen to the lyrics, he is speaking against mind control. And the symbolism is in your face. It's not like a video clip that does not match the lyrics.
He might have flip flopped because he or his children were threatened. But if you do pay attention to the lyrics and do not focus on the symbolism (wich again, is blatant and in no way is hiden), he is speaking against the system that is pushed by the elite.
If he can live with his music, I don't see a problem with it. The messages in the songs are good and inspiring. That's my take on it.
When Muse first got popular I was very excited because of their song titles and lyrics, which seemed to be anti-illluminati and empowering. "They will not control us! We will be victorious!" set to a ferocious heart-beat-like bassline. Quite a change from all the "murder/death/kill" and "sex u up" songs streaming forth from the box. (Yay?)
Then, much to my dismay, the singer married a model, (red flag) and they played the Olympics. (super huge red flag) During that performance, and every subsequent one, they drenched themselves in all the usual symbolism (pyramids, one-eyes, black & white, etc.) and it was NOT done in an ironic way. I think there may even be a VC article on it.
I pretty much concluded that they either sold out to the ptb, or were a creation of theirs from the start. Think of them as "controlled opposition," to make you, the real opposition, easier to control.