Sinead O’Connor’s Open Letter to Miley Cyrus: “You Are Being Pimped by the Music Business”

Oct 3rd, 2013 | Category: Latest News | 454 comments


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Sinead O’Connor is definitely not known for NOT speaking her mind. When Miley Cyrus claimed that her look for the video Wrecking Ball was inspired by Sinead’s quintessential 90′s hit Nothing Compares, Sinead did not quietly nod her head in approval. Instead, she wrote an open letter basically destroying everything Miley Cyrus is about and the industry that controls her.

As I stated in the article MTV VMAs 2013: It Was About Miley Cyrus Taking the Fall, Miley is not simply a young girl “expressing herself”. She is doing what she is being told by her handlers who are turning her into another industry sex kitten.

The letter posted on Sinead’s website, warns her of what is really going on: Those who control her are prostituting her and they will eventually dump her. She tells her : “your youth makes you blind to the evils of show business. If you have an innocent heart you can’t recognise those who do not.” 

Sinead even adds that, if she keeps going that route, she will eventually end up in rehab.

Here’s the (strongly worded) letter:

“Dear Miley,

I wasn’t going to write this letter, but today i’ve been dodging phone calls from various newspapers who wished me to remark upon your having said in Rolling Stone your Wrecking Ball video was designed to be similar to the one for Nothing Compares … So this is what I need to say … And it is said in the spirit of motherliness and with love.

I am extremely concerned for you that those around you have led you to believe, or encouraged you in your own belief, that it is in any way ‘cool’ to be naked and licking sledgehammers in your videos. It is in fact the case that you will obscure your talent by allowing yourself to be pimped, whether its the music business or yourself doing the pimping.

Nothing but harm will come in the long run, from allowing yourself to be exploited, and it is absolutely NOT in ANY way an empowerment of yourself or any other young women, for you to send across the message that you are to be valued (even by you) more for your sexual appeal than your obvious talent. I am happy to hear I am somewhat of a role model for you and I hope that because of that you will pay close attention to what I am telling you.

The music business doesn’t give a shit about you, or any of us. They will prostitute you for all you are worth, and cleverly make you think its what YOU wanted … and when you end up in rehab as a result of being prostituted, ‘they’ will be sunning themselves on their yachts in Antigua, which they bought by selling your body and you will find yourself very alone.

None of the men ogling you give a shit about you either, do not be fooled. Many’s the woman mistook lust for love. If they want you sexually that doesn’t mean they give a f**k about you. All the more true when you unwittingly give the impression you don’t give much of a f**k about yourself. And when you employ people who give the impression they don’t give much of a f**k about you either. No one who cares about you could support your being pimped … and that includes you yourself.

Yes, I’m suggesting you don’t care for yourself. That has to change. You ought be protected as a precious young lady by anyone in your employ and anyone around you, including you. This is a dangerous world. We don’t encourage our daughters to walk around naked in it because it makes them prey for animals and less than animals, a distressing majority of whom work in the music industry and it’s associated media.

You are worth more than your body or your sexual appeal. The world of showbiz doesn’t see things that way, they like things to be seen the other way, whether they are magazines who want you on their cover, or whatever … Don’t be under any illusions … ALL of them want you because they’re making money off your youth and your beauty … which they could not do except for the fact your youth makes you blind to the evils of show business. If you have an innocent heart you can’t recognise those who do not.

I repeat, you have enough talent that you don’t need to let the music business make a prostitute of you. You shouldn’t let them make a fool of you either. Don’t think for a moment that any of them give a flying f**k about you. They’re there for the money… we’re there for the music. It has always been that way and it will always be that way. The sooner a young lady gets to know that, the sooner she can be REALLY in control.

You also said in Rolling Stone that your look is based on mine. The look I chose, I chose on purpose at a time when my record company were encouraging me to do what you have done. I felt I would rather be judged on my talent and not my looks. I am happy that I made that choice, not least because I do not find myself on the proverbial rag heap now that I am almost 47 yrs of age … which unfortunately many female artists who have based their image around their sexuality, end up on when they reach middle age.

Real empowerment of yourself as a woman would be to in future refuse to exploit your body or your sexuality in order for men to make money from you. I needn’t even ask the question … I’ve been in the business long enough to know that men are making more money than you are from you getting naked. Its really not at all cool. And its sending dangerous signals to other young women. Please in future say no when you are asked to prostitute yourself. Your body is for you and your boyfriend. It isn’t for every spunk-spewing dirtbag on the net, or every greedy record company executive to buy his mistresses diamonds with.

As for the shedding of the Hannah Montana image … whoever is telling you getting naked is the way to do that does absolutely NOT respect your talent, or you as a young lady. Your records are good enough for you not to need any shedding of Hannah Montana. She’s waaaaaaay gone by now … Not because you got naked but because you make great records.

Whether we like it or not, us females in the industry are role models and as such we have to be extremely careful what messages we send to other women. The message you keep sending is that its somehow cool to be prostituted … its so not cool Miley … its dangerous. Women are to be valued for so much more than their sexuality. We aren’t merely objects of desire. I would be encouraging you to send healthier messages to your peers … that they and you are worth more than what is currently going on in your career. Kindly fire any motherf**ker who hasn’t expressed alarm, because they don’t care about you.”

- Source: sineadoconnor.com






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454 Comments to “Sinead O’Connor’s Open Letter to Miley Cyrus: “You Are Being Pimped by the Music Business””

  1. jason says:

    Its too bad more celebrities / musicians don't speak their mind freely.

    • Tim says:

      I think if they did, the Elite would end them.

    • gypsyjoe says:

      most are fools..and it's a good thing the ass holes don't try to lead…

      • hvns says:

        Most are fools? Are they ever meant to be smarter than a general public? Very few of us – even our close friends/relatives believe that something is fishy on showbiz……

    • rob says:

      shut it slap head

    • laughingwiseman says:

      They do Jason. It's just that many people don't listen to those that speak out. It is the fault of you, the person and the media for not wanting to see or show the people against such folly's. You are part of the same people that say "all media is the devils play thing" when in fact you are looking in the wrong areas. In the End your truth is the only truth you should believe in. Just take informative sites like these as references and not as holy scripts to live by.

    • Linda says:

      Love Sinead and her strong opinions. She's not a puppet like so many others.
      From her song "the emperor's new clothes":

      "everyone can see what's going on
      they laugh 'cos they know they're untouchable
      not because what I said was wrong
      whatever it may bring
      I will have my own policies
      I will sleep with a clear conscience
      I will sleep in peace

    • rrr-b-wolf says:

      When I saw Kriss Kristofferson (a handler, in my books) walk Senead off the stage, I knew she was done for but also, and this is important, that she had 'broken the spell. I have learned to admire Senead for her couragous performances. One wish I have is to meet her in person, if only briefly. No 'IDEOL' worship here, just respect for a couragous human.

  2. stephanie says:

    absolutely amazing.

  3. Sisi says:

    Very well said.

  4. diana says:

    I read every word. It's not just for Miley. It goes to all girls out there.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      All the girls, who, unfortunately, due to feminism, are educated by a public system and a television which repeats to them over and over a Luciferian agenda. Its a shame, but this letter? Deaf ears.

      • Brad says:

        I couldn't agree more. This letter will definitely fall on deaf ears.

      • StandingSarcophogas says:

        "Due to feminism"??

        You are so wrong here that it is insane. Sinead O'Connor's letter is an exemplary example of REAL feminism.

        Unfortunately, you think that what Madonna pimped was "feminism" and got confused; I did too. Lots of us did. I am only 26, but had wasted my early twenties as an exotic dancer because I really believed that I was somehow "free" by getting paid to act like an animal. I see now a peer of mine who, although she has also quit the industry, cannot escape alcohol and a disturbing, self-destructive self-hate. I was luckier, but it still took me quite a while to escape alcoholism as well. I hadn't realized how I had been "self-medicating" my conscience away until it took over my life.

        Anyway, I really think you should do some research about what feminism actually is…it is truly a shame that you (and many others) have bought into this propaganda, but please think clearly. It's obvious: if this is really what feminism really is, then why WOULDN'T a "Luciferian" agenda attempt to paint it as the opposite of what it truly stands for?

      • t-t says:

        u should google: henry makow to get an idea of what feminism really is. i know that feminism was needed in the past and still in many countries its needed cuz many women are treated sub-humanly, but the feminism in this country is about turning men in to women and women into men. like u said, u felt u were "free" and bought that line hook, line and sinker about women having to be extremely sexual like a man in order to be free…women are not men and if u act like a man u are only denying your own gender, are confused and u will never be happy…men are not really happy sleeping around either. this is just what the evil media encourages, for people to act like animals, sleep around so then they cant commit to one person their whole life anymore…

      • o_O says:

        No, sweetheart. I don't need to Google anything. You must be either illiterate or extraordinarily ignorant if you cannot understand what I am saying. Study a history of actual women and their words about what feminism is, if you really want to know.

        Otherwise, you can eat a dick because you're in the biggest cult of all: phallic worship. You think that because Dear Henry has a phallus that his opinions are worth more than the women who wrote the words themselves.

        Enjoy your obelisks and disco sticks.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Study a history….who writes this history and what publishing house publishes it? Who owns the publishing house?

      • O_o says:

        "the feminism in this country"

        I JUST SAID THAT THAT IS NOT FEMINISM. READ MORE CAREFULLY.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Again, "THIS isn't feminism, THAT is – do your research!!!!" That word, I don't even understand why people bother using it since no one seems to use it properly. Luciferian agenda began the movement, and plays with it like a toy. I cant even say for sure that Sineads letter is genuine or controlled opposition. The Lucifierian agenda plays both sides of every fence, Im not sure you understand that.

        Bringing the feminine, especially the divine feminine, back to this planet is NOT what I consider to be feminism….its just planetary healing and balance.

      • StandingSarcophagus says:

        Feminism is only confusing because the word encompasses literally any view that any woman has ever genuinely had about what what makes her free and most herself: Without indoctrination from popular culture. Without indoctrination from religion. Without indoctrination from parents. Without indoctrination from lovers. Only her and her existence as an sovereign individual. The Divine Feminine within.

        So of course you would get every opinion under the sun! (Do you remember that time when ALL men agreed on what "Freedom" is? Yeah, I didn't think so.)

        I do agree the word itself is confused to the point of being practically useless, but can we not have a rational discussion about the philosophical concept? I believe that Sinead O'Connor's letter reflects feminism in it's post-second wave incarnation. This is a very different animal than what you seem to define as feminism. It is clear we are not discussing the same concept, even though I have said as much from the beginning. If you are interested in continuing this conversation, would you be kind enough as to define what "feminism" means to you?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Feminism is the movement that was pushed to get women out of the power centers of the home, raising children and keeping communities together. And to get more tax revenue – we do make up 50% of the country if not more, you know. That's a lot of money for the Federal Reserve, which was created a lonnnnng long time ago. It wasn't until WW2 that this could be convincingly enacted, building upon past possibly true small time movements. Now women give up their kids to state brainwashing institutions happily – and Im telling you, public school for a sharp mind is the worst place you can put it. Im still trying to rinse my brain.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I do not like the word at all because of all the different energy it brings, Id prefer to call it ying or the divine feminine. Past civilizations had temple priestesses and had rules in which you could instantly divorce a man if he didn't sexually satisfy you in bed (Celts). Am I sure how to bring about more balance currently? No, I am not. There are SO many factors that go into our current mess that the female attitude is part of the helping it exist. First we have to confront the poisonous food, the horrid de-education system, the devil boxes we all sit and stare at (TV, radio, internet). Have some real talks about the peons and the nonpeons that serve this planet, some real realizations about religion.

      • StandingSarcophagus says:

        "Luciferian agenda began the movement, and plays with it like a toy."

        So you truly believe that the Luciferian agenda began the feminist movement with Mary Wollstonecraft in 1792? (Do I even dare to ask? I can already guess what you think of her daughter…)

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I don't truly beLIEve anything, nor do I know anything of these women of which you speak. I do think that women have been thought of differently in past civilizations, and the divine feminine is in such shambles today that I don't have much of a solution.

        Theres always been some mouthy broad we can point to in European/American/Canadian areas to say, "That's where the movement STARTED!!!" I mean, its not really relevant. Where we are today isn't because of Mary Wollencraft. Large scale movements are organized and allowed by those that "run" things. Did they hijack some of her ideas? Maybe, to turn them towards their own ends. Its all about making people feel empowered while they get less so, that's modern anything.

      • Gladys says:

        Almost all men are not husband material. Hence the success of the feminist movement. It was bound to happen since most men are worthless. Feminism is surely another tragic story, however if most men were worthy, the movement would never have touched so many women.

      • D D d says:

        ''..bound to happen since most men are worthless..''
        I'd like to re-phrase it to ''most of man is worthless''? Or is that an offence?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        So then the question becomes, how did men get to this point? Feminism is part of that, along with many many other manipulations of their systems. Men used to have a ROLE. Now they are poisoned from birth, told they are equal to women, a whole bunch of other stuff. They no longer provide, they no longer protect, they are fed estrogen as soon as they get off breastmilk. I don't expect miracles out of them because the entire system has to change.

      • amaryllis says:

        I feel really sorry for you because what you regard as feminism is something of an improvement from the life you were leading before that, just don't stop there. Use it as a stepping stone, dig it and propel yourself up to a higher level of understanding through which you will arrive at something even better.

      • Belladonna says:

        I feel sorry for you that you're so deluded that you feel like you're in a position to feel sorry for anyone at all.

        You are no one, just like everyone. (Including me, including the "Illuminati", including your mother and your dog.)

      • Gladys says:

        We are entitled to feel sorry for others. It's part of being compassionate, nothing wrong. It reminds us also the state of ourselves, thus we simultaneously feel sorry about ourselves. It reminds us how badly we had behaved or how we have to fight every day to keep ourselves out of the water.

      • amaryllis says:

        No I am not like you, you are not the same as the Illuminati or my mother right down to our DNA (another poster on here Christina would know what I mean). And I don't have a dog (or at least I never knew I did?)

      • amaryllis says:

        We have the same access to God and his grace but we are not equal in the way you try to argue. I am not talking about a God ring-fenced by Christianity either. I feel sorry for anyone whose world, livelihood, values are based on lies and I will continue to do so. That is most people out there.

      • Gladys says:

        That dna issue is quite annoying. And thank God I am not the same as the illuminati because I wouldn't want to be anyway. Leave the dna alone because we behave the way we choose. Take responsibility for your actions and refrain from using the dna card all over again. I make a choice thus I am responsible for myself. You rely on dna, I don't.

      • amaryllis says:

        I do not use it as an excuse. Infact, I say that despite being predisposed to evil, I choose to live righteously. My track record for doing so is pretty good all things considered.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        No, DNA is a VERY IMPORTANT FACTOR in determining ones behavioral system. DNA takes thousands if not millions of years to change…if your DNA dictates the way you look, the diseases you may get, why is it such a far jump to say it also dictates your potential?

    • mimij says:

      After watching Rihanna's, Britney's and Miley's latest videoclip (and many others, actually), i definitely wonder if there's a "impersonate a prostitute" contest going on…?
      I am soooo glad we threw away our TV set whan my baby boy was born. It's been a year and a half now and I swear i never miss tv at all.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      Start living? I have a 6 day a week job, a car payment, and theres not much "living" to be had. "Living" is for those with unlimited funds, ones that don't worry about laundry or buying food or paying for clothes or rent. What we do is survive.

  5. Lily says:

    I KNEW I was gonna find an article on Miley & Sinead when I saw the segment on the Today show this morning! Thanks for delivering!! Also, they had a clip of Miley talking about how she was a "calculated hot mess" at the VMAs. Here's hoping she takes Sinead's advice.

  6. James says:

    What a smart and caring woman. Is Sinead going to have to go into hiding after this letter?

  7. Carol says:

    Miley's handlers are probably going into overdrive trying to keep this letter away from her

    • wendy hood says:

      You can lead a horse to water, but you cant make her think for herself. Her handlers could show her this letter and theyd probably all laugh at it together.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        And in fact they seem to have done just that! Mileys response: Sinead was the Amanda Bynes of her day.

        To be honest, the last I heard of Sinead was with her whole marriage debacle, and she seemed to be an odd mix of sane/insane/drug addict. Im kind of surprised she could write an entire letter and sound this literate.

      • xine says:

        Not necessarly.
        Maybe Miley will her honest advises remember, because they're just that HONEST and worthy
        Maybe she won't pay attention immediatly, just after few minutes reading – it will cost some time to degest – but she's not stupid & she's certanly exploited.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Shes not stupid, she just seems to be from a generationally MKd family. Almost all celebrities are exploited, hell, most humans with a JOB are exploited these days, but do they keep showing up for work? You bet they do. Anything is possible, but as I predicted, she saw the letter immediately and launched a response.

        Its also a possibility this is all for publicity.

    • pmille says:

      Miley has already responded by comparing Sinead to Amanda Bynes… funny she used another MK slave for a comparison, not too different from her own future. Figures she would be unappreciative and disrespectful – very sad.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Its exactly what youd expect – plus, if you frequent the blind item sites, it has Miley pegged for being high as a kite during most of her free time. So….

  8. ChrisNajar says:

    "The music business doesn’t give a shit about you, or any of us".

    "None of the men ogling you give a shit about you either, do not be fooled".

    "…you don’t need to let the music business make a prostitute of you".

    Bravo Sinead, bravo. Very few times I have seen someone stripping the evil music business like you did in your letter. I am impressed.

    Although Sinead's letter is devastatingly true, I honestly don't believe it will impact Miley Cyrus in any way. I think Mr. Big Dollar is more important for her, and a lot of performers, at this point.

    • Candie says:

      See that's what I don't understand. She has money AND fame. What else is she trying to get?? I get it, young adults want to rebel. But the industry is using that as a mechanisim to get her to go over the edge. Clearly, it's working. There is no amount of money or fame that could ever have me do these things. It's so sad, because at the end of the day like Sinead said, she will be all used up, alone and soul-less :-(

    • anniechrissyburley says:

      the saddest part is… it didn't
      she made a response

  9. Erin says:

    Couldn't have said it better! Sinead has ALWAYS been my FAVORITE!!!!!

  10. wendy hood says:

    There has been far too large an army built of women that think that disrobing is actually empowering. This letter will be slightly cheered because of its connection with Miley, but feminism and organizations like NOW would disagree due to her encouraging chastity and the power in saying no.

    • uli says:

      You're retarded.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Am I? Apparently, you haven't seen hundreds of negative comments directed at a clothes designer that said womens bathing suits could be more chaste. Slut shaming is what its called. This is where feminism has brought us – to a false point of understanding what the female could bring to the planet, which is exactly what it was meant to do.

        And thanks for the compliment. Id rather be ******** than sane these days.

    • PermaFarmer says:

      I an a feminist and i wholeheartedly support Sinead's statement. There is a difference between the empowerment of out loud discussion of clitoral stimulus and twerking a married man on stage while sticking your strange tongue out repeatedly. Sinead's suggesting Miley be a strong woman who uses her talents, that is feminism.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        The actual word feminist means little to nothing anymore because it all seems to be self defined. "You don't know what feminism means if you think its THAT!" Its like, ok, perhaps we should stop using the word. It was a manufactured movement, anyway. Feminism. Pheh.

      • amaryllis says:

        Yes, manufactured by the illuminati. It is the last label I would want to wear.

      • kay says:

        Nuh-uh, buddy. If anything is manufactured by the "illuminati" to control/lie to women (and everyone really) it's PATRIARCHY in all of it's forms, be it cultural, religious, social, etc. The world was not always this way. But male-dominated patriarchy is what props up hierarchies of abuse and control and greed and exploitation. I'm sure at least a majority, if not all, of the powerful puppeteers in the Illuminati are men. This is a system that is behind most of the world's evils, but sadly most people who are drawn to these conspiracy theory sites (fundamentalist Christians and angry white republicans who want to villianize Obama) aren't about to admit it to themselves because the system benefits YOU enough to keep you quiet. But it doesn't benefit all of us, and we are waking up.

        Feminism fails when it tries to gain women equality within this system that is inherently broken and corrupt. In the words of bell hooks, we need to "destroy the ideology of domination that permeates Western culture on various levels—sex, race, and class, to name a few— and commit to reorganizing society so that the self-development of people can take precedence over imperialism, economic expansion, and material desires."

        There is not way "the Elite" would ever want women to be TRULY empowered and see the world with their eyes fully open. That's why they are using people like Miley to push this ridiculous "fauxminism" down our throats, a fake feminism that seeks to fool women into thinking that making herself an object for the consumption of men was HER idea all along, so it's empowering! Nonsense. Sinead hit the nail on the head here.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Feminism – the divorce crap, the sexual liberation, the "choice" to be able to work (its no longer a choice) – was pushed on women to create the illusion of greater freedom….and just led us down a path of greater slavery.

      • Rightyouare says:

        Exactly! It was the illusion of freedom but in reality what "they" the illuminati wanted out of this was for family life to be broken and for both parents to be at work so they education system raises their children and feeds their minds with whatever they choose to.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Well, you know, their goal being world domination and all, its almost like you can hardly blame them. Id do it to if that's what I was supposed to come here to do. Its pretty smart, targeting the next generation. Once the first generation gets the brain squeeze, it just gets easier and easier with subsequent generations, and if my working theory (everything someone thinks is merely a good working theory) about the world and its disbodied energy suckers is correct, this battle cant really be won here physically. Whats to battle? They own the armies, the banks, the big companies….Iran is soon to fall to the Rothschild run Fed leaving only Cuba and North Korea on the hit list. How do you fight that?

      • piyy says:

        i find feminism on the whole quite alarming and hilariously misguided.
        its all based on women trying to be men right? im 17 and i grew up with the whole empowerment thing from tv, but my parents had a different set of "chaste" values too.
        like i dont really get what feminism is. what is a woman? what the fuck are we good at?
        we all know what men can do, but the entire concept of being female is totally warped.
        take your clothes off is the msg my generation has successfully been indoctrinated with. but the only party that seems to get any benefit are the Boys.
        i think feminists should realize that they are still the victims, and an aware victim is in for a lot more pain.
        Men should cultivate understanding of women, not us.
        and seriously, maleists are growing, and i constantly see comments of frustrated angry men all the time.
        and to me, that seems like a very dangerous thing.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        We have a false balance of male/female energy on the planet right now. Its not dangerous if we can correct things in a constructive manner.

  11. Melissa says:

    Her handlers will probably deny her of reading this. Let's all disguise it as fan mail! Lol

  12. Graham Thordarson says:

    Honestly, if she keeps going this way, people are going to end up questioning her talent as well as her judgement. I love the song "Wrecking Ball" but my 8 yr old daughter, who used to idolise Miley, now sees her as a fallen angel. She is shocked at the stills she was allowed to see of the VMA "performance" and of the video. At least she is serving as a life lesson for my daughter, but it's sad that she's destroying herself to do it.
    I've never been of a mind to agree with a lot of what Sinead O'Connor has had to say over the years, but this was a dead on statement by someone who knows of which she speaks. I hope Miley Cyrus pays heed.

    • hello says:

      My question is. . why are you letting your 8 year old daughter see that???

      • D D d says:

        Better to choose the stills as a parent and comment on them, than to let them ask for it at the kindergarten?

      • amaryllis says:

        Well, I suppose you get kids who are really conventional and would necessarily want to be in with their friends when it came to music and fashion. It must be difficult to convince them otherwise as of course, there are a host of ready made responses to interfering parents. Shout out for misfits!

    • MIMI says:

      You shouldn't have allowed your daughter to get to the stage where she is "idolising" anyone or thing!

      • Elle says:

        MIMI if every time you see a drawing or a painting of Jesus you think its a representation of the actual Jesus (that isn't even the correct name) YOU are also idolizing.

  13. Moonlight says:

    Miley and Britney have the same handlers, I think that they are the most evil handlers of the music industry. Sinead is a wise woman, it's great that she is trying to awaken Miley but as I know Miley's handlers (because I'm a Britney), they will do their best to not let her acknowledge this letter or to make Sinead look like an idiot to Miley.

  14. Miss says:

    Irespect this woman, and I love the way she writes: her vocab words were very well chosen. Blunt and honest… Those traits are almost gone! Thank God a few people, or a few women, still maintains that boldness.

  15. Dystopian says:

    absolutely amazing.

    sinead o'connor you are a legend.

  16. Noukio says:

    Wow, so true… This should be spread! Hopefully they leave her alone…

    • Taedei says:

      I read Sinead O’Connor’s letter in Perez Hilton site , it was interesting for me to see it in Perez Hilton's site I personally never thought his site would publish it

      • sittingcoffin says:

        He seems to be privately very upset at the underbelly of things going on. Reportedly, the Gaga-Perez spat is over Perez speaking to one of her friends about his fear over her increased drug use.

  17. Sparrow says:

    I disagree with o'connor when she said only the music business want's to make a buck off Miley. Miley Cyrus also want's to make money, and she has sold her soul to the devil to do it!

    • Lookdeeper says:

      Judging by Miley's response, I'd say you are bang on.

    • Jinga says:

      It does take two to tango…I feel that Miley knows what's up…Or she's too brainwashed to know any better.

    • amaryllis says:

      Technically speaking, not all lost souls have been sold directly to the devil. Sometimes, you lease them out to others knowingly and they do it for you. If the devil had to deal with the likes of Miley and her ilk then the queues would be longer than those to obtain the iphone and the devil would end up resigning due to stress I think!!

    • Pebbledashed says:

      Nah her father sold her to this scum because his career was going down the pan and now he's seen where is led her he is 'shocked'. If he's that concerned he should give back all the money HE made from Hannah Montana and start speaking out properly……but of course he can't do that his wifey won't let him

      • facebook says:

        billy ray cyrus changed his mind. he did a 180 and now, he supports her whole-heartedly.
        i figure he must get a lot of money from all the interviewers that keep asking him about it.

    • Jeremiah says:

      Of Course Miley wants to make money, but she makes her money only AFTER THE FACT, almost as an afterthought. The music industry is not promoting her because she is such a good person in need of a break and desire to cultivate her talent and love of music. They are in it because it sends the mesage that the Illuminati wants to spread in order to control people's actions and minds, and they stand to make a HUGE profit on her back.(Figuratively and most literally) Much more than Miley will EVER see from her sales.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Yup. Mileys a tool, but so are we all. Most of us wont see her kind of money, and a certain type of integrity does cost A LOT these days, but we are all in the same boat with her. Just cogs.

    • c522 says:

      Miley has been through mk programming since she was a super young child, a child too young to make decisions about selling her soul to the devil. Have you looked around the site much here? I'm certain she's a monarch mind control slave and therefore has had little control over what has happened to her in her life so far. I feel super, super sorry for people like Miley and Britney. They're trapped, and their minds are being ruined. Britney apparently can't even carry on a normal conversation anymore her mind has been through the ringer so much. They supposedly feed her line after line. I don't think Miley really chose any of this herself. Yes, they can convince her that she did. She's mind controlled after all. But her dad was in the industry, and hello, her claim to fame is that she played a girl with a "superstar alter ego" for Hannah Montana. Sound like multiple personalities much? We should all be glad we didn't come into this world in the position she did.

  18. Angela says:

    The Sinead O'Connor site is down :/

  19. Devils workshop says:

    Amazing letter, but I can't help but feel that Sinead is about to get alot of hate for this.

    I'm a senior in high school and I absolutely cringe when I see almost every other kid watching that new Wrecking Ball video. When I tried making the same point Sinead made in this letter, I was immediately dismissed by copious amounts of underclassmen, some even going as far as defending Miley's VMA performance and saying that her look is "empowering" which is totally ironic to this letter.
    But I guess as they say one honest voice speaks louder than a crowd, so I'll still keep telling those kids that its not so cool to be bad and be fighter like Sinead. (:

    • Alexandra says:

      Yep, feminism empowered us women to become slaves, when you think about it.

      You know, war is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength and all that.

      I'm 40, I'm against feminism, and I have to wonder at women who willingly sell themselves and call it "empowerment." What the hey.

      I'm happy being a housewife and mother. I have a sixth-grader.

      • fleurdamour says:

        You may choose to limit yourself to economic dependency on a man, but some of us prefer to make different choices.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Most modern "feminists" will point to their ability to get divorced as part of the progress feminism has given us.

        We have been forced to work, we are given the option of divorce (which tears apart families as per the NWOs delight), we lease our kids out to the government as soon as they hit age 5 (or earlier, OMG I have a job, I need daycare!!!!). Feminism attacked the family structure and did it well. Me, Id give back every false right Ive earned to be put back in a kitchen and pop out kids. My boyfriends grandparents were born in the 1800s, and who do you think ran the house? Took the check right out of her husbands hand? THE WOMAN.

      • swta says:

        The divorced was invented by the Islam as a right for woman, there is a chapter called the divorced in the Quran, but the feminism nowdays is based on the free way of dress basically, but the muslim women dress trying to not call the attention of men and the men try to not look the women who try to call the atention, thats respect.

      • amaryllis says:

        Yes but the Moslem and Hasid women's dress is pretty dull and depressing in a kind of unnecessarily extreme way – I don't think those styles which have become their 'uniform' were actually envisaged but the way you (and others) talk about it, is as though you cannot separate religion from culture and I think that is a big problem in the way in which Moslem women project themselves within society and one of the reasons for the unnecessary prejudice and ignorance they encounter. And that hidden birds nest shape on the head under the scarves – Is a massive bugbear for me.
        In my time I have worn every major label and was even a model in my (too young and skinny) days which are LONG gone so i might be biased but elegant fashion/beauty treatments have the power to make women feel good about themselves – looking smart, on trend and soignee is a very nice feeling indeed and you cannot possibly achieve that in those shapeless sacks. I am NOT advocating the other extreme, infact I am completely against that – somewhere in the middle is best though.

      • Liv says:

        Very dense & ridiculous comments.

      • amaryllis says:

        I know, I surprise myself but I stand by it as basically, I found it to be true.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        If you disagree with someone, doesn't it make more sense to respond to that persons points instead of merely insulting them?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Whatever. The reremembering of the concept of divorce.

      • fleurdamour says:

        No one is forcing me to work, I want to. You can make any choice you like about how to run your life, but a traditional marriage gone horribly wrong was modelled for me in childhood. My father was the breadwinner but he dropped dead at 42, and my mother proved incapable of stepping up to the plate to support her two children, including my developmentally disabled sister. By the time I left home at 18, we had lost our house and most of our possessions, and I discovered that my mother had spent our college funds before I hit middle school. When you allow yourself to be dependent on someone else, you are at the mercy of fate. And I really don't understand how any grown woman could think it's ok to expect someone else to support them their whole lives. I have more self respect than that. Why should the guys have to do everything for the family's survival? It's hard on them, too. If I love a guy, I want to carry my weight so his life is better, too.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I read a lot of modern feminist concepts in your response, but I don't personally stand by what Ive been told by my TV and my college education. Associating self respect with working? Um….being a cog in a corporate machine does not bring one self respect unless that's what you beLIEve. Nothing outside the self can bring long term happiness or self respect. Being a grown woman means taking care of herself and being able to be on her own, etc etc. Those are some concepts drawn from your own personal scars and societal repetition, not true things.

        I didn't have the most compatible set of parents either, and that's why Im choosing a spinster lifestyle. I don't know how Id even be able to choose to be a stay at home mom – Id have to live in a state where its feasible to live on one income (I currently don't), find someone rich enough to sustain me and kids in this state, and, most importantly, find someone of a similar mindset. Not exactly choices, given all the variables. That's more of a lifetime hunt which may or may not be successful by the time Ive reached and passed my childbearing years.

      • Pie says:

        true as that is, a lot of other ideologies get mixed in too, i believe everyones perception on this is colored by the lives they have lead, so i agree with the "aggressive" feminist stance too, but i kinda fall in the conventional set. You only wish to be so economically depended because of your moms lack of it. I…'hate' men cus my mom is still at my dads evil mercy. Nice guy though, to his kids. Yet iv managed so far, not to let this inherent mistrust get in the way.

        so basically, you should notice the uniqueness of everyones situations, she came from a different perception. your strength is survival, guess hers is something else. Everyone has a unique life too, but that should not get in the way of a larger perception that we all have come to.
        the actual questioning of what feminine really is.

        oh and divorce did have a good beginning, it was to give some women freedom over oppressive men, but men perverted womens rights, by just seriously oppressing men, in todays culture it promotes a lack of family, a lack of actually trying to stick through things. But society is so warped that not even two humans can make it together. They just cant see each other.

      • amaryllis says:

        "it was to give some women freedom over oppressive men"

        It can still do that you know

      • sittingcoffin says:

        We are not the first civilization to have divorce and we will not be the last. It was a concept reintroduced to us NOT for positive reasons, and it has had negative overall results (though we are told again and again it is a good thing). In past civilizations, it might have had a different overall result, but not in this one. Its just made a bigger mess of things.

      • amaryllis says:

        Even though I am divorced I do understand your point. People walk in and out of relationships all too easily and leave behind colliding trails of destruction which go on for generations. In my situation, if I had not left (after over ten years actually) I would have been dead or my son would have been so there are still a few situations where it is most necessary. I would never have ended it upon the basis of the usual excuses 'We gre apart' 'He met someone else' 'we were fighting about money' etc. etc

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Hey, my parents are divorced (mom also would have been dead), the bulk of my dating life has been spent with divorced men, I get the point of it. But when you add everything else to the mishmash, it contributes now to familial breakdowns which are advantageous to a very specific set of people. We've kind of always had divorce around, its never gone very far, just been taboo or not so taboo. Now its merrily encouraged, and people are so nuts individually and so led astray that its almost inevitable.

      • Jake says:

        i'm not sure how feminism has attacked the family structure? it's attacked the traditional family structure sure, but it hasn't attacked family structure in general

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Youre right. It hasn't changed Mom, Dad, kids, that conceptual structure. The concept will remain no matter what the reality turns out to be. But feminism was meant to get tax revenue from the other 50% of the country, and to get women to turn their children over to the state as soon as possible (which they do, as early as age 3) to be brainwashed. You want real control? You aim for the next generation. Public education is government mandated for a reason.

        I live in a town where everyone used to know each other – everyone got together on holidays and Sundays and there was a real sense of community. Now, it becomes harder and harder to find that – people are tired, poisoned, drugged, too busy slaving away at work to put energy into communicating in real time. That's the larger family structure that's also been attacked, easily so.

      • Jake says:

        ah i see. just not sure feminism is necessarily to blame for all of that

      • Uhm says:

        Women also weren't considered to be people in the 1800's.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        According to whom? Did you just remember a past life in the 1800s or is this what you've read and learned about in school? Women may not have had conventional, modern "rights" like we have now (along with things like modern plumbing and cars that no one had), but we certainly had a PLACE in society. Multiple places, I assume. I don't consider the right to choose my own cellphone provider as freedom, nor as proof that I am a real person. Women and minorities STILL don't have the right to own land, btw. No one does, not in America anyway. Technically, that makes us all indentured servants for life.

        Yes, being alive in 2013 makes me feel like so much more of a person than if I was born in the 1800s. Hah.

      • BlueAcidFusion says:

        "According to whom? Did you just remember a past life in the 1800s or is this what you've read and learned about in school?"

        I know of absolutely no interpretation of history – mainstream, alternative or otherwise – that would contradict the assertion that women were not given the same rights as men.

        Ergo, they were not considered equal as people.

        "Women may not have had conventional, modern "rights" like we have now (along with things like modern plumbing and cars that no one had), but we certainly had a PLACE in society."

        Men didn't have modern plumbing and cars either, but they did have these "modern rights" that you're talking about. Slaves had a "place" in society too. Doesn't mean it was a good or just one.

        Gender roles are traditionalist fascism. Feminism does indeed have a dark side, but the elements of it that promote an egalitarian perspective aren't at all off the mark. In fact, they're unifying, empowering and everything that is anathema to what the elite stand for.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Considered equal by whom? Other men? What do others people opinions of you have to do with your worth to yourself?

        Didn't past civilizations worship women? Or have female queens? And I assert that we, unless you have the blood or a certain amount of money/loyalty to the blood, are all slaves. We still cant own land (a point that was gone over and over again re: minorities and women in America in history class). Stop paying taxes on land and see how your land ownership holds up. We are ALL equal now in that we all are now allowed to RENT land, still making us at the very least indentured servants. Yay equality!

      • amaryllis says:

        unless you have the blood or a certain amount of money/loyalty to the blood, are all slaves

        We were taught this since birth, as well as the point about most people being slaves. As I have mentioned before, my ancestors profited from the slave trade and it is taboo to even mention it but I think they held those slaves in higher regard than the blue collars who attended to them elsewhere. When they were freed and given property, they never wanted out, they were afraid to be free and wanted to voluntarily enter into slavery all over again. They held out for years and years, never moving so much as a table, waiting for the day they would be reoccupied and assigned work to do again. Along with wet nurses, they raised the children in the family and were sacred to the family. There was no contempt shown to them as was shown to the despicable working population. Just love and respect.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        That is an interesting side note.

        As an aside, I don't find much taboo about the slave trade. Imagine skinny Jews and non native white men chasing down black men in the jungles of Africa to steal them away. Not happening. They were sold by their own for $. Fully authorized. And when brought into a continuation of a European society (America), that was where they were comfortable. Your story doesn't surprise me at all, sounds like your family had smart ones. They've never assimilated into any white country. Lincolns plan for ours were initially to send them back to Africa because we shouldn't have taken them in the first place, and when he realized that they had Americanized too far to be placed back into their homeland so suddenly, his next plan was to send them South into what turned into Mexico and South America to farm the land. But then pop pop went Lincolns head!

      • amaryllis says:

        I had a friend who lives in NYC who regularly goes home to visit her family's Mississippi plantation. She never wants her black friends to find out about it and spends her life over compensating for the sins of her ancestors (you get Germans over-apologising for their Nazi past in a similar way). They think she is too good to be true and have no idea why she is being so nice. Nobody is ever that nice in NYC and she has told me in a matter-of-fact way that she feels that she has to behave like this because of the past. I only wish they would question her as it is sometimes unbearable.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        That is a heavy, heavy cross to bear, thinking that karma actually works like that. "My family behaved in a socially acceptable way in the past, so Im going to feel indebted to overcompensate (with my own behavior) for the things they did to people that are born after the fact, especially those that have a certain skin color. At all times."

        Makes zero, zero sense. Her false overcompensating adds to the untruthfulness of the current world – we are all pretending things aren't as they ARE, but as we are told they are. Men and women are the same! Theres no difference between cultures except for what we are taught in sociology and history classes! Anything you feel or witness about racial/cultural relations is WRONG and RACIST unless you learn those facts in a government approved educational curriculum!

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I put modern rights in quotation marks for a reason. I don't believe they are rights if they have to be fought for or given to you by big daddy government – they are merely more invisible bars placed in front of your face to make you believe that you are continually freer and freer. Every region/country/state on the planet has their own unique set of bars, for being human is not enough to indicate that certain rights are DUH when you live under a military industrial complex as most of the world does.

        Gender roles, gender roles….does this mean I can demand that my partner menstruate in place of me because Im sick of filling that gender role? I think the very physical differences between men and women indicate that there SHOULD be roles for genders. The proof is right in front of our eyes (and the differences in how our brains work, and so on and so on).

      • amaryllis says:

        https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=101518913097

        This Johnsons ad very subtly and beautifully uses past nostalgia regarding family life and structure to well…..sell their paraben ridden muck. They know what your soul hankers after and their macro ensures that they will never let you have it

      • sittingcoffin says:

        We should all be against whatever has been promoted by the media and public education as proper, and feminism certainly is a large part of what is supposedly so great.

        Im choosing not to have children because I am working and Id never put kids in school or in the position of having a largely absentee set of parents, but bravo for all the stay at home moms. Best way to fight the depopulation agenda.

      • amaryllis says:

        You sound like you have really thought this through but have you over-thought it? Why not just have them and live in hope, they create new hope and create in oneself a new sense of survival that would unlikely have come about through any other means. You would find other ways of earning money completely different to the way you expected to do so. They are not expensive to look after either as they would shun loud plastic toys for simple games fashioned out of packaging. Your own creativity in art and culinary matters reduces the cost of entertaining them beyond what most indoctrinated people would ever think possible. Finally, not all daycare is bad, you can find schools which are more sympathetic to your values than public ed and they don't cost a lot either. Only the likes of Alex Jones can really afford to go the whole hog with sticking a finger up to the state altogether. There are no guarantees wrt the quality of the paternity though even if you feel you are with 'the one' … but that should never get a mother down as her job and duty is quite separable.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Me? Overthink something? Yes. That is my middle name. But I also really do not want children, don't have the future where I am going to be with someone to have them. Its just not in my stars.

        My mom had big plans to solve all the issues handed down to her by her mother and recreated the same horrid dynamic that they shared between my sister and I. I don't have the confidence I can break that cycle, and I am not putting kids through that on top of everything else right now.

        I think I just came here to witness this time around.

      • amaryllis says:

        You sound like you would really want them in different circumstances .. perhaps you have time on your side to change your mind one day …

      • sittingcoffin says:

        No, I really don't want them, and I don't know how I feel about bringing kids into this mess of a planet now anyway. Ha. I barely want to be here and as soon as I get back to wherever I dropped down from, my higher self and I are going to have a goddamned TALK. If that's how things work, anyway.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Kids in general are very attracted to me, but I cant deal with them preverbal skills. I am, however, that adult that cant deal with other adults and their disingenuous, superficial conversations at gatherings – Id rather be playing hide and seek with the kids (and they beg me to). I use my maternal/paternal instincts on adults, mostly, work relationships and at home. Is that because that's my core personality or because that's how Ive adapted to this mess of a planet? If you believe in astrological charts, that could have been predicted the instant I was born. Along with my 75% of planets in air signs and none in earth (at all), Ive got multiple alignments in seeking deeper truth and occult subjects that no one else wants to touch and a strong paternal sense about me. Since I was a kid, Ive been very defiant about not having kids, almost to the point of it being a nonissue.

      • amaryllis says:

        Interesting, I must be your opposite in that respect. I would churn them out endlessly if I could and I wanted them since I was too young & more than every scholarship/promotion I ever won. I love all stages of their development, never been phased by any of it, thankfully. It helps that I am willing and able to pay for them and invest time in their development and leisure as I would not want to do it in the modern way either.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        So many air signs Im barely even here lol. Im supposed to be doing something, of that I am sure, but I have no idea what. Random people have looked at me and said, you are going to do something great one day and Im all what? Wtf.

      • Jake says:

        most feminists are extremely distressed at miley's behavior

      • Mileyisembarassing says:

        Because she is crazy

    • Concerned says:

      Good for you for being still in high school, yet mature enough to see this exploitive bullshit for what it is, and then standing up for your beliefs. Keep standing up, no matter how much your peers poo poo your words. You're doing the right thing. People poo poo'd what I had to say every time I presented a point of view about Obama that wasn't flattering. During his first election campaign, it was almost like everybody was hypnotized or something. Now, all the naysayers are seeing him for what he is, just another pawn to the military industrial complex, nothing more. He's not the messaiah everyone thought he was. So, stick to your guns. Trust your intuition. It will not fail you.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      You will be dismissed. The current platform is women should be able to walk around naked and its empowering. Women get jobs and its empowering. Women send kids to state brainwashing institutions so they can make money and its empowering. The masses grab onto that with dear life.

      Being a contrarian isn't always the most socially friendly existence, and it is a path for the truly strong to walk.

      • Jake says:

        what's wrong with women working?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Ugh, everything. Try working with some, try being one holding down a job, try being one and having kids and having to have a job, try being one, having kids, being forced to work then getting divorced and your ex not paying support…the list goes on.

      • Georgina says:

        What support? My ex-husband refused to pay child maintenance for 4 years. And when he did because the child support agency wrote to his employer and implemented a court order to withdraw the money each month out of his wages, directly from the company he was working for the government kept the initial 1,000 quid. He preferred to spend almost 30,000 quid the solicitors/court fees and not towards child maintenance. What I am saying, he even became voluntarily redundant so he can get paid for a year without working and also because the money couldn't be touched by the child support agency. Selfish people never change.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Right. Isnt it great when this liberating, female empowerment system really works?

      • amaryllis says:

        I have never asked for or expected support from my ex-husband. It is worthless to me.

      • Georgina says:

        @amaryllis I never asked for personal financial support either. Nonetheless, when you have children you need to realise that you have to support them emotionally and financially. You divorce your spouse, you shoulnd't get a divorce from your children. Thus, you must avoid solicitors who prey on you and your mishaps and concentrate on your children. A little bit of wisdom is required here. Provide for your children if you have the financial means instead of spending your money on becoming vindictive. When you take a decision to hav kids willingly, you have to take into consideration that you have to provide for them when they are infants. You don't neglect your kids and go on to have kids with someone else. Kids should be treated in a similar way. That's all I'm saying.

      • amaryllis says:

        True, but you are seeing it from the point of view of a reasonable man. My ex was a dumb, slimy, freeloading a-hole and I automatically knew the score and that he would absolutely concentrate on being vindictive and controlling. Which he did… to an extent that even surprised me, even though we were his victims and in a just world, he should have paid us endless compensation for the things he did to us. Fast forward two years, he will basically be flying in for a day of contact every month which he thinks is some great act of kindness and sacrifice. You have got to train your kids to hit him where it hurts if he is a miser – at the last visit, mine was at the mall pointing out designer/luxury goods Kardashian style and he had to buy them all. I never buy these things, they don't value them either. At the end of the spree, a lot of it goes to charity.

      • Georgina says:

        ah you're a bit demanding and slightly ruthless eh. Whatever the law indicates about those cases would be enough. No need to train kids how to be greedy. I think we have a different set of mind although it's not me saying that one of us is better than the other lol. Careful with those charities because the staff sell the designer goods on ebay or they even keep them for their personal use.

      • amaryllis says:

        I was kinda joking actually but they do see him as a cheque book which they have the right to open. Anthing they know about greed is due to him as I have not bought them a single high-value brand since we escaped that lifestyle – all grow-your-own, cook-from-scratch and Walmart clothes in this house!
        He bought me a Cartier piece last time during that trip and I returned it immediately . I would never accept anything from him and it seems that he is still attracted to me but I don't give a toss about him and even though I have refused relationships for faith reasons and having suffered so much during the marriage, I have gone through a cycle of falling in love with someone else since we divorced so I know I am completely over him and his extravagant, hedonistic mindset. Never again.
        You may well be a better person than me, who's to say? I voluntarily chose a bad guy (or allowed him to pursue and marry me) although I was very young and inexperienced. I doubt I would make a better choice next time round even after what I have been through which is why I think I will keep things largely as they are unless someone prophetic comes along, takes control of my life and pulls it off damned well. With so much that could go wrong, I prefer to focus on the positives I have – the loves of my lovely family and friends, no financial worries, the ability to spend as much time doing kid things as I like, home that means the world to them to the extent that they never seem to want to go out, and the ability to vacation where I choose/cook/read what I like and spend as much time with friends and at the beauticians and hairdressers without having to explain it to someone controlling.
        Some elements of my choice are vacuous I know, but we have been through some terrible times and if I wanted to use my education, I could do this too (although helping with homework is about all I want to do with it at the moment).

      • amaryllis says:

        Careful with those charities because the staff sell the designer goods on ebay or they even keep them for their personal use.

        Yes, I am aware, but they are often in such a bad state that I don't actually mind if they do that. I still reap the psychological benefit.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Add to that that womens hormonal cycle almost points to them staying the heck home – mens hormones are generally very steady (at least, before we starting injecting men with all the poisons we do now), but womens hormones are ALL OVER the place all month! And then you put them to work, put them in charge of people? HAHAHAHA. Then you get them calling out sick because of such reasons, or because of kids, and then that attitude spreads to the males (as it naturally should – if we expect/let women get away with more crap, why shouldn't we let men get away with the same?).

        The last generation of what I refer to as real men were probably born in the 20s. They had a different work ethic and still had their heads on their shoulders….most could still see the world for what IS instead of how they are told it is by books, TV and politicians.

      • amaryllis says:

        Agree, it is a shame that this is not widely recognised. Even those who experience it first hand would prefer to keep quiet and blame their subordinates for fear of losing their cheque. I was broody/hormonal to the point of complete distraction for my entire short career and I used to think this over and over again like a mantra. I never wanted the $10000 a month paycheck, I wanted a baby. That's all. End of. I never felt too guilty because there were men in the office who were coke-fuelled, hungover messes and not exactly highly productive either. I believe that if I had not become a mommy, my entire life would have been worthless to me in every respect. If I am guilty of one crime against God, then I suppose it would be my enslavement to my hormones and worship of my children to the extent that I literally risked my life to protect them.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        That would be enslavement to the physical experience, which from your perspective is God-given, no? We are all enslaved to the physical, especially to natural instincts, hormones and the circadian rhythm.

      • Revelation:22.12-16 says:

        Hi SC, I like most of your comments, but regarding your higher self, please know that this does not exist, what I know and would like you to know is that God of Abraham and of Isaac and Jacob, and the Lord Jesus Chris does exist and He will be the one that you will answer to and judge you. So in this case, do not think it will be a simple talk because he knows you better than yourself or any one and He has put you here for a purpose, and one of it is to know Him acknowledge, serve and worship Him, this is the least you can do here on hearth before you can wish to see Him, otherwise it might not be a nice encounter. Hope you will think about this.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        From what I know of Jesus, hed just sit with me and have a chat, and I could do that any time I wanted to if I had the skills to speak with those in the ether. I don't appreciate the cut and pasted comments, either, so if you have a direct line with the big guy and hes speaking through you right now, let him know that's a major fail.

        I do not believe my purpose (or that of everyone on this planet) was to be born to serve and worship a deity. That's slavery. Demiurge talk. I don't do Demiurge worship; in fact, the REAL Jesus walked about detaching people from such negative beings and saying, hey, lets all be nice to each other. Perhaps you are referring to the false Jesus (Ascended Master) and the Demiurge that claims dominion over this realm, in which case, no, it would not be a pleasant conversation. I know a person or two that claim to have spoken to that Jesus, and he is not a cool dude. He does, however, match the threatening tone of your comments – perhaps it is this false Jesus you know so well.

        I admit, I don't know all of myself, that's a lifelong journey and part of why we are all here. Self discovery and physical creation, NOT slavery.

      • Revelation: 22.12-16 says:

        You cannot compare worship and slavery; other words for worship are love, adoration, respect, devotion and so on. Now, talking about Yahweh or Jehovah, your creator, the one who wonderfully made you and gave you everything for free to enjoy, wouldn’t you love, adore, respect and devote to Him?
        Your Mather and Father did you not love, adore, respect or devote to them because of what they are to you, then you should do the same even ten times more to Jehovah than your Mather and Father. Love your creator and thank Him because is so good to you!

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I can and I did – in fact, the way the Old testament lays him out, the Almighty Bob demands worship OR ELSE….when that became too strict, the New testament was softened to keep peoples adoration a-flowin.

        I do not love anything. Period, end of story. I have biological attachments with my parents but we do not communicate well. If they were to die or be greatly injured, I would feel a kneejerk reaction of pain and suffering and sorrow, as I did when my father had intense, body part removing surgery, but love? No. My mom said as soon as I turned 5, I got dark. Lol.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        You've got a lot of nerve cutting and pasting the same crap THRICE. I don't deal with institutionalized religions nor their books (continually edited and published by Luciferians), and this person sitting here couldnt care less about being threatened with hell for being opinionated, contrarian, and for not believing that I have been sent here to be a slave to some sky massa.

        I put more stock in past/parallel/future lives, multiple dimensions, and higher selves than I ever will in believing I was sent here to worship some small ego-ed god.

      • Revelation: 22.12-16 says:

        I was not sure if you'll come and check all your replies that's why I took my chance to repeat the same thing instead. Now I can see that there was no need for me to repeat it. What are these parallel/future lives, multiple dimensions, and higher selves? can you define them and how important they are, if possible to me? There is only two ways in this world either the true way that leads to Yahweh or the false way that leads to Devil worship, knowingly or unknowingly. This multiple dimensions which is easy to translate as spiritual world. So when you are dealing with spiritual world, you are also not in charge, someone else is and there is laws you have to obey, who do you think is in charge above all of the above you mentioned. It's not random everything has an order so there must be somebody else in control other than you!

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Its complicated and somehow works, so somebody MUST be in control – is that your final attempt at persuasion? You don't read enough Douglas Adams. If you did you might try not to sound like one of his more pointed pro-religion figures, a certain Mr. Old Thrashbarg. He worshipped the Almighty Bob – Im pretty sure his logic was the same as yours, and all paths led to the Almighty Bob.

        Logically, you fail and the truth is irrelevant, for it truly cannot be known until one dies. Pretty sure Almight Bob knows this and is ok with whatever I think; in fact, hed KNOW Id just run around bugging people about what they think they know for my entire life and wants me that way. And who am I to question the Almighty Bob? Who are you to say that you wont be able to understand better how time and space works without mortal, physical limitations on your being?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        You have parameters on you to cut your senses down to almost naught of what they could potentially be so that you can experience this short, mortal life in physical form; perhaps you will regain what your potential is once you pass, perhaps you will be recycled because of your convictions in being food for this mortal realms Demiurge. You want to keep serving, hes probably going to let you.

      • Revelation: 22.12-16 says:

        Who is he or they that you are referring?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Correction: comparative mythologist. John Lash is a comparative mythologist. Look to his website. Or just google Demiurge – hes the god you speak of.

      • Anonymous says:

        Feminism is about women having self-respect and getting respect from society. Its about women having the choice to work if they want to, get married if they want to, stay single if they want to, have or not have kids if they want to, and get an education. Yes we still have a long way to go to reduce the sexual objectification and subtle sexism in the world – because no real man or woman would want their sister, niece, cousin, daughter, granddaughter or great-granddaughter to be abused, sexualised or discriminated against in society. Girls need more classy and positive role models, both in the media and at home and school ,etc. But of course women have gained many new rights and equalities from the 20th century – for example these days in many countries (not just in the west), there are more girls than boys attending university and striving for an intellectual career. So some good has been done for the female population. These days some women choose to be housewives and some choose to work or not have kids, etc. There is no right or wrong, its about whats right for the person. Just like how some places are seeing a trend where men can also choose to either work or be househusbands. So you can just point the finger at feminism and say its all bad. The biggest problem we have to fight to save future generations of boys and girls now is the sexualisation, unhealthy objectification and subtle forms of sexism (for both males and females).

      • Anonymous says:

        *can't just point the finger at feminism

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Yeah, yeah I can. Its a word that was originally defined by a bunch of old white men, accepted by women as progress, and now along with the original definition you have people self defining what the word even means.

        Girls don't need role models in the media – no one NEEDS a media led role model. Theyd have the role models they needed if communities were tighter and parents were home more. Education is like religion, an opiate for the masses, but rather than the promise of heaven it promises a better job and a false fulfillment of ones intellectual savvy. Its mostly just mind control, and yes, it creates better slaves. "There is no right or wrong, its just all what works for whomever" – who said that, Crowley? He seemed like a nice dude.

        All the estrogen-mimickers we consume (soy, pesticides, etc) are aiding in trying to feminize men and oversexualize women, so its not like this battle is just being fought in courts and on Congress's floor. I cant say what our "biggest" problem is, but its just on so many levels now that complaining about it seems like speaking to brick walls.

  20. Jaime says:

    Vigilant Citizen I want to let you know that Miley Cyrus new management team is the same one that has been managing Britney Spears for the last 15 years. So there is not a very bright future for Miley, not if she keeps working with selfish people like Larry Rudolph and Adam Leber.

    • dee says:

      Britney came out and said she agreed with the interviewer when they commented on how sex sells in music. She also said that she wished she could make videos where she could just dance like she did when she was 17 and not have overly sexual videos. Wouldn't her management 'program' her not to say things like this????

      • D D d says:

        Part of the shifting of target groups. Her audience is growing up (little, oke, i admit), so she is holding on to slightly older fans that no longer buy the pencil case or lunchboxes, but still watch her on tv (advertising is the only reason The Voice, Idols etc. excists) or buy albums?

  21. R.D. Cooke says:

    Beautiful….
    This should be sent to every young woman who watches videos such as 'Wrecking Ball" and maybe….just maybe, they'll see it isn't so cool…

    Sinead….waaaay cool !!

    • Rissa says:

      I think the video would have been way cooler if Miley had been dressed like a construction worker and was doing physical labor with the wrecking ball instead of swinging nekkid on it! She would have shown young women that they can have male jobs too. Talk about empowerment!

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Like Barbies have done! Uh, no, indicating that men and women are the same is not empowering. We are different.

      • Gladys says:

        They are different however all of them are gifted with brain cells. Women are not mindless little muppets who have to act provocatively and beg for male approval.

      • jake says:

        it's not saying men and women are the same, it's just saying that if a woman does thrive in traditionally masculine jobs there's nothing wrong with that. men and women aren't the same but there are differences within women and within men as well.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Is it? Is that what your teachers taught you?

      • D D d says:

        I would enjoy some male physiques doing the hard labor in little clothing. Just the licking part would be a little distracting from work maybe.

      • amaryllis says:

        She would probably have agreed to that with crucial parts of their clothes cut out, I guess!

  22. amaryllis says:

    Not sure if it got pulled for being too controversial but (in a more gracious way), I should point out that Sinead is far more fragile and vulnerable than Miley (dig it). The advice is kinda pot-kettle really. It wont change things, just give Miley an incentive to raise the bar in order to prove that she does not crash out Sinead-style.

    Fact is that Miley is honestly speaking, not outstandingly talented as a singer and she does have to do these extreme things to remain relevant in her industry – otherwise, she would not look out of place at the Walmart checkout (unlike, say, Michael Jackson.

    • xine says:

      Why Sined crashed? Because HER direct accusations against the politic – sexual currupted side of the catholic church nomenclatura.
      Not against religion.
      That's why She's not a celebrity anymore , if that's what you mean…
      I assure you she has lots of respect all around the silent world of the decent people – still – after 20 years.

      • D D d says:

        She has the respect, and deserves it.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I recall a crazy marriage that was either annulled or never went through and her trying to marry a police/family of policemen even though she was a drug addict. That period is probably where Miley pulled those tweets from, Id assume, though Id have to check to be sure.

    • MediaRotsYourBrain says:

      I think you are sorely mistaken….Miley Cyrus has has a beautiful voice. You say she's not outstandingly talented….who are you comparing her with that is relevant this day and age? I mean look at her competition……Gaga (auto-tune sound like a man, repetitive), Katy Perry (again lots of auto-tuning) , Keisha (annoying voice, repetitive), Rhianna (Auto-tune again) Selena Gomez (Repetitive, auto-tuning…are we sensing a pattern?) Britney (She's not that relevant anymore and now her voice sounds all freaky) So I guess in comparison to Christina Auguilera, Mariah Carey, Adele and Whitney yes she's not as good…but she's certainly better than a lot of today's singers. She does not have to do these extreme things to stay relevant….she has to do these extreme things because SHE signed her soul to the devil and is now an industry puppet. She must promote their image, the perception they want her to be, and do what they want. If they say jump she says how hi, if they say run she says how far. If she doesn't make trash like this the industry will either have her demonized or she'll simply OD on drugs or have an "accident" like so many other stars have that started going against the industry.

      In the beginning I'm sure she enjoyed being the bad girl, but let me ask you this….how many drugs is she on now. Do you really think she's happy or is she just drugged out and numb to what she's doing to herself. There will come a time when those drugs wont work anymore and her self actualization will start to take a toll on her. Then you'll see her go crazy and be committed and she'll be just like everyone else and either end up being involunteerly committed or dead. Even people playing the bad role eventually come to realization how unhappy they are. She's enjoying it now just wait a few years when she's forgotten and thrown away for the next star who wants to b e used.

  23. Justannajane says:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2083

    Watch this and then reflect on Miley's constant little girl white underwear…wrecking ball got its buzz from the nudity but i found both of her recent videos to be all about a very little girl in a white vest and white school girl panties. Which is more promoted? Her talent or the fact she is legal and yet with short hair looks about 12… She looks younger now than the vanity fair shots that were so 'controversial'

    • ChildofIsis says:

      I have short hair – there are plently of woman with short hair that dont look like young

      • Meow. says:

        You're just unlucky and have bad genes that make you look old. We can't all have young looking skin, now can we. Don't be bitter, it'll give you even more wrinkles.

      • Gladys says:

        Even if you have young looking skin still it doesn't look as young as it once was. That'll never happen no matter how many treatments you have. It might look 10 years younger, nonetheless if you reach your 60s it'll still look like you are in your 50s.

  24. Concerned says:

    The sad thing is Miley was programmed at such a young age. She is like a robotic slave..and does as she is told. This good advice from Sinead is great, but what she really needs right now is Godly prayer to wake her up to the reality of her situation. I for one will be praying for her soul to wake up and cry out to the living God.

    • nicole says:

      That's the only way. Have you seen the book "prayers that rout demons". Read the reviews on Amazon. Almost a 5 star review from over 100 people. I have the book and it has a bounty of bible based prayes that WORK!

  25. amaryllis says:

    You can't teach someone to stay in the game and control how far in they delve into the murky waters especially at this stage. How about offering maternal advice to opt out of the industry altogether and live a righteous life. Probably because Sinead is not doing so either and also did a deal to keep on keeping on with it.

    • therealdeal says:

      Er…Sinead was discredited long ago. Remember the pope picture? She's not exactly top of the pops these days.

      • Bob says:

        She wasn't 'discredited'. She was abused and neglected and ultimately shut out by the media for speaking the truth.

    • xine says:

      Sinead O. Connor is a singer .
      She lives of singing , nothing more: you buy a ticket to guaranty her earnings for her living and you enjoy her talent , period.
      She's not in the Star System for sure!

  26. Cooper says:

    That letter should also be addressed to Rihanna, Beyonce, Katy Perry, Kesha, Britney, Demi, Selena AND Lindsay. Thanks you Sinead, you're one of the good ones….

    • Jinga says:

      Yes Cooper….I agree to your statement wholeheartedly. This letter needs to be sent to every last one of these ladies.

    • amaryllis says:

      What send them to brainless puppets rather than to those pulling the strings?

      • dee says:

        Speaking of Britney, she came out and said that she wishes she was able to do music videos that weren't overly sexual and could just incorporate dancing and make it simple, like she did when she was 17. Also she said unfortunately in music, sex sells.
        Wouldn't she be 'programmed' not to say things like this to the media?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Her interviews are so monitored and her speech is so on lockdown at this point I would think that was disinfo coming from her publicist to appease the public. The director of the video immediately had a retort/response that was the opposite of Britneys.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        You've mentioned that a few times. She would be programmed to say it if it was in the plans, say, to reassure the public that Britneys really in charge.

      • Gladys says:

        You sound like Spears acts like a robot. But hey ho those people are so set in their ways that it wouldn't be surprising if they actually obliged her to say so to manipulate us into thinking that she is an independently thinking human being.

      • amaryllis says:

        Don't buy it, she hit rock bottom, was no longer wanted, refused to move on into obscurity. She is not a kid anymore, just a tragic mutton dressed as a lamb

    • Jake says:

      i agree with all except katy, beyonce, demi, and selena. they are not that sexual

  27. Non-sheep says:

    BRAVOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!! Sinead's words are truthful and direct to the point. Simply outstanding. How I wish more artists would speak out more of what is going on in the music industry, how they are being used for profits and/ or to be puppets for some agenda . That they would speak out sooooo much, THAT EVEN THOSE WHO ARE BLIND WILL BEGIN TO SEE. I admire Sinead's decision to have this letter published in public. Yaaaayyyyyy! There are still humans who care about other people and care not what the media will say about them for speaking the truth.

  28. maciej says:

    Miley alter ego is Hannah Montana (a propably). in my opinion she is a truly masonic's pupet like 90% disney's stars. the series in disney channel are so much stupid, so brainless now… So Sinead is rights, and i think she is (miley) like machine making money.

    BTW -> i saw masonic symbol in "pour it up" it is a new rihanna's song (videoclip). the symbols are on dollars [2:53] u can make article about this.

  29. Peter Appleby says:

    And Skinhead O" Conner is being pimped by her Tattoist!…She has got a point though!

  30. Peter Appleby says:

    Celebrities are bad one's mental health! Keep them away from your children!

  31. fleurdamour says:

    No one should refer to Hannah Montana as though it's some lost paradise of childhood innocence – the alter persona aspect of that show makes my skin crawl. The current trajectory of degradation is just an extension of that, and no one should be surprised at where it's heading.

  32. Brian says:

    If she wanted to help her, she should have wrote this letter to her 10 years ago when she started getting pimped out by Disney. This girl was destined to be whored out, she used to live in Billy Ray Cyrus's balls.

    • xine says:

      10 years ago ?
      Miley was 9 y o.

    • purr says:

      Speaking of him, he was on the queen latifa show yesterday or the other day, I don't really watch any day time tv (I didn't even know she had a show, probably spelt her name wrong too) but I happened to turn it on and he was a guest, I wasn't in the mood to watch it so I only saw some clips and a couple minutes but he speaks so nonchalantly about everything. There was no look of concern on this face or like he cared, he was just talking about how she's an artist and is redefining her image and he sounded quite proud about it. When even your family is pimping you out I can't really blame her. If helping her required giving up any of their fortune I doubt he'd lift a finger. He kept name dropping big country stars that he knew, he sounds so full of himself.

      • Nokids says:

        How disappointing! how can he just be okay with selling his daughter's body like that, he held her as a little baby! I don't understand how any of this doesn't eat away at his conscience. Good men cherish being able to be a father to their kids, he threw such a gift away for MONEY of all things. How does this man live with himself!?!?!?!

      • amaryllis says:

        Perhaps he has given up and disassociated himself from Miley the adult. He seems quite programmed up recently and has probably had a load of therapy (programming) which has allowed him to take credit for everything she did up to the point of adulthood and taught him rubbish along the lines of 'If you love someone set them free'. He probably shoulders no more of the blame and has absolved himself of responsibility for what she is doing. He is probably hoping she will get it out of her system and return of her own free will.

  33. amaryllis says:

    It's a shame that the advice comes from the Sinead of today as by her own admission, she is not what dumb, glowly little Miley would be aspiring to become. At a comparable age, Sinead had miles more integrity, inner-beauty and depth. They are not really like one another in any way whatsoever.
    There was nothing feminist about her music either – if anything the song which inspired Miley was anti-feminist.

    • Bob says:

      Yes, I really doubt Miley even knew who Sinead O' Connor, prior to that Rolling Stones interview. Either her and/or her handlers probably name dropped O'Connor to gain some 'credibility' for her video.

      • D D d says:

        It is a association technic. Sort of free publicity, or , how to be successfull because of standing next to someone successfull. (Without the content of the box ofcourse..)

  34. sofalegs says:

    Sinead rocks; she was always genuine and raw from way back; I believe Sinead knows of what she speaks. She herself has signs of having been touched by programming. But she' s a strong soul and a fighter. People should check out her earliest album The Lion and the Cobra. Interesting stuff. As for her letter, I applaud it wholeheartedly. Hollywood/The entertainment world has got to start speaking out. There's a lot at stake here.

  35. barbara says:

    Thank you Sinead, Well said it's about time people are speaking out about the music industry but it is not just them it's Hollywood also. I'm a concern mother, a grandmother and having grandchildren i'm really concern for them. I'm 60 yrs. old and have not seen anything like this in all my years. Things seem to be getting worse especially for the young. There is alot of evil out there and young people just don't seem to see it until its to late. So for ones who have been there and gotten away from it needs to speak out to others. Maybe someone will listen. I hope Miley listens for her sake and for the sake of her peers. We are all to be examples for one another. Thank you for sharing.

  36. 1234 says:

    if you play a guitar, write your own music, never show your body or never act like a trainwreck , you are going to be boring and nobody likes to remember boring people in the media. ( for example: dido, jewel, michelle branch, alanis morrisette , sheryl crow, norah jones,etc)
    In the future taylor swift is going to be boring,maybe adele too.

    In the other hand if you dont do any of those things( write your own music, play an instrument,etc) nobody is going to take you seriously and you are going to be someone that men are making more money than you are from you getting naked ,or someone with " not outstanding natural talent. As a vocalist, musician, dancer, songwriter, or actress, her talents seem modest" like madonna, britney, etc.

    a think miley choose to be fun (wich is good and bad at the same time).

    Sorry my english.

    • Bob says:

      Um, all the women you used as examples are well known and memorable.

    • Jinga says:

      Jewel, Alanis, Sheryl, Norah, Michelle and Dido are awesome artists and very much remembered. Showing your skin isn't the way of being remembered. Miley is being pimped and it's very sad that the industry is placing her down that road. Do you seriously think that her the way she displays herself is her way of having fun? Sorry… I don't think so.

    • ChildofIsis says:

      Man i love michelle branch – i have her songs on my ipod as well as some of the other artist you mention- nothing can ever beat talent.

    • Anonymous says:

      Adele does not resort to trashy behaviour and her popularity is huge. She will be remembered long after Miley is forgotten. Taylor Swift is also very popular among teens and young adults. She has sold broken records and whether everyones likes her not, she will be remembered for what she does. I actually think the classier artists have a greater chance of being remembered – at least for their music, talent and positive influence. I don't find those classier artists boring, in fact I enjoy listening to their music. I actually find Miley, Gaga and Rihanna dull/boring – because they all try too hard. Oversexualisation and nudity is SO predictable in today's society, its not even sexy anymore. I jist switch that crap off.

  37. crusader says:

    Miley just tweeted a screenshot of Sinead's twitter to make her look psychotic. Funny.. Isnt that what handlers usually resort to when outed by celebrities.

    She wouldve seemed a lot less mature by not responding at all. The masters are at work.

    • pmille says:

      i thought it was funny/coincidental that miley compared sinead to amanda bynes – whose current state is indicative of miley's future!

  38. vee says:

    I was waiting for a long time to actually see someone saying this. Music is just a form of expression of one's being.. voice reflects one's being therefore.. What are we supposed to understand from her performance at the VMA's? When I looked online, Alicia Keys, who had a beautiful performance, barely had any views, and Miley had hundreds of thousands, so I guess that was her point, in making history?

  39. box says:

    The target group is not even Miley's peers, it's pre-pubescents. I am so glad I don't have an 11 year old daughter. Good on Sinead for sending this letter, I'm quite surprised the MSM picked it up actually.

    • Anonymous says:

      Im Miley's age and every guy and girl I know cannot stand Miley Cyrus. Young adults have created pages on facebook critising her and a majority of her peers do not find her cool, amusing or even close to attractive. But there are the odd few who like her, I think her target fans are younger like you said though. And that makes it worse. Hopefully parents can teach their kids and teens to look for positive role models elsewhere. The less attention we give Miley, the better.

    • Sarahnp says:

      So many people don't get that the real target group are pre-pubescent! Hopefully more and more will wake up and turn off their children's programming.

  40. Violet says:

    NEWSFLASH GUYS

    Miley Cyrus replied to the comment and apparently, she basically just mocked Sinead's mental illness. Can you believe that little bitch?

    Honestly, let her spiral into hell. Don't care.

    • Jinga says:

      Lmao!…That was hilarious Violet… :D

    • How low can you go says:

      hmm I just saw what she posted about Sinead's tweets. How can a person mock someone who is trying to seek help for their illness. I am currently doing the same and to see another person struggling and then using it as a way to shame and mock them in some way makes me feel physically sick. I hope she goes through the worst breakdown possible. She's also insulting her idol Britney who also has to deal with some kind of mental illness, probably due to the industry, there are already many people who struggle with this and don't seek proper help. And to think I started feeling sympathy for her….I could care less what happens to her. Sinead was respectful and just telling the her the reality of how the system works, if she didn't agree with what she said that's her choice, there was no need to hit that low. Really can't wait for her time to be up, she's been warned, she's lucky, I don't know if other stars have been given such good advice before and she doesn't even deserve it.

    • How low can you go says:

      Actually I just saw Sinead has posted another open letter to miley in which she addresses those tweets, which were 2 years old. Again, Sinead comes across respectful and intelligent, clearly more sane than miley who will be suffering her own breakdown soon. I really hope miley apologizes for that, otherwise she's telling her fans it's ok to mock people with mental illness which is dangerous. I don't know if there's any redeeming quality left in her to do that, she does promote ecstasy to kids. Like she cares if they die.

      • amaryllis says:

        But maybe she wont suffer like that – perhaps she will be fine, is desensitized, vindictive, trashy and she will serve her purpose and disappear in due course.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        There were phone texts revealed, supposedly Mileys, saying how miserable she was and she was about to pop a zannie and try to sleep. She is suffering, just not publically. Since one has to have alone time at some point, the subconscious, no matter how beaten upon, will invariably come out to poke at you. The image shes projecting isn't what shes feeling entirely, that's the impression I get. Not as disparate as Britneys yet, but shes in her ballpark.

      • Gladys says:

        That's what diablo does to you.

      • Nokids says:

        I think Miley just doesn't realize she's in a lot of trouble right now. All we can do is pray that she sees it sooner than later. Also, it's possible her handlers told her to say that. They are sick and twisted I wouldn't put it past them

      • amaryllis says:

        From a parent's perspective you would never say 'to hell with her' though even though she may appear to deserve this contempt. You would still want to reach out to her and hope to steer her back to the better ways

  41. Jawariah says:

    i hope this letter makes a difference. the words are beautiful and strongly said, but i really really hope it actually gets across to Miley's head. And not only her, but women in general… <3

  42. francoamerican says:

    I have never been a fan of Sinead O'Connor, but she is right on with this letter to Miley. What gets me is that her own father is pimping her out to the media. He was nothing but a one hit wonder himself so I guess he is trying to make up for it by pimping his daughter.

    • xine says:

      So music and artists are relevant for their hits?
      $ you won't ever see on your bank accaunt but somebody else does and uses.
      Is this is why people listen to the music prodoucts, to let somebody unknown to parassite celebrity singers who sacrefice everithing for some $twisted ideal?
      Than they deserve the contemporary top of the pops!

  43. Brenda Martinez says:

    Is it weird that Sineads website no longer works…or is that just pure coincidence. Lol

  44. sadness says:

    Rebel Wilson was banned from making Miley jokes at the Iheartradio concert, so I hope Sinead doesn't get something similar or worse. Reading that letter……. makes me sad.

  45. Anon says:

    Look up The Frankfurt School, they promote degeneracy deliberately,
    war on the family, etc . Old men sit at tables and come up with plans
    and they have a lot of experience and control, they control the
    schools and you name it, the leftists, marxists, democrats, all allied.

    Look up some of the degenerates Obama is involved with as well,
    in his administration especially, some very sick people, so degenerate
    you cannot even talk about them in polite company.

    Do your research.

    Regards

    • Rachel Pendergraft says:

      You are very correct. Glad to see someone bring up this Marxist school that has brainwashed an entire generation (or two)

    • sittingcoffin says:

      The Frankfurt School? I just went to American public school and was taught the same stuff.

      Luciferian agenda seems to be planned 50-100 years in the future – the best way to keep that on target is to target the children.

    • Peter Appleby says:

      Google:The Frankfurt School:The Conspiracy to Corrupt by Timothy Matthews.A short article,but it's all there ,the plan to dehumanise and degrade by stealth,Western culture.Please red it and pass it on.Best wishes.

    • Mick says:

      And you look up something called Agenda 21.

  46. SamVuee says:

    Its a shame that most celebrities are indeed MK'd to do the elite's bidding and Miley Cyrus is a very bad example for what's going to happen later once "they" are done with her.

    She might be another member joining Amy Whinehouse and company in the 27 club (probably her future age of sacrificial death for the elite) or most likely endure the same fate as Marilyn Monroe if Miley keeps up this crazy behavior.

    Ms. O'Connor I couldn't have said it better myself when you wrote up this letter to Miley giving her not only a piece of your mind, but also about the potentially dark and sinister events that await her later on down the line.

    A marvelous job VC on an article that is really straight to the point to the extent of a possible demise of Miley Cyrus herself if she doesn't let go of this false fame.

    • purr says:

      Miley isn't as talented as Amy Whinehouse nor as beautiful as Marilyn Monroe, I don't know what's going to happen to her after this album. Will she be allowed to make another one? Her voice was always nasally, I don't think she has a very good singing voice and the talent to last long. Does anyone 20 or older even listen to her music? How will she ever top her performances and behavior for a second album? I don't think she's got anywhere to go after this. Her music career will be short which is why it looks like they're going all out with this one. She'll take a hard fall and likely become a washed up industry pawn in and out of rehab staring on D list celebrity reality shows. She's already admitted to doing coke and other drugs, not much time left it looks like.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Miley has said the only thing shes good at is performing. That quote is telling, but also I was thinking, uh, I don't find your musical performances that good.

      • amaryllis says:

        lol, I see, so she was probably referring to sexual performance then which she is proving little by little

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Well, unless you take the concept of all the worlds a stage and shes constantly performing, then I get it. Yes, Ive been very impressed by her consistent backing-it-up in videos and onstage – its soooooo difficult to bump and grind. Lol.

  47. Willie says:

    Bravo! Precious words, a true slap in the face.

    "sending dangerous signals to other young women." – that's the major point IMO.

  48. Lory says:

    I saw Miley's Twitter account. She is making fun of Sinead ! Something is not right there, I mean did she even read that letter? Is she so dumb that she can't see the truth or what brainwashed? Is she programmed ? She is losing her mind …

    • sittingcoffin says:

      Its not just Miley. Its generations upon generations of people going HOW DARE SHE CALL MILEY A PROSTITUTE THATS NOT WHAT SHE IS. I was on several articles last night with hundreds of comments about how crazy Sineads letter is. Most of the world, it seems, has lost its mind…..or at least the world that's been publically educated and raised by tv.

    • amaryllis says:

      Just look at taht account to see all the other Monarch puppets crawl out of the woodwork in her support – backing each other up (along with their respective fanbases) is probably stipulated in their 'contract'.

  49. rebecca says:

    awesome. sad to say miley has just become a train wreck for everyone to watch and see just how low she can go. wouldn't it be amazing if she could change her behavior and follow sinead's advice and turn her life around? that would be the ultimate success story.

    • amaryllis says:

      Well, it is a shame the advice came from someone with Sinead's form as she has not managed to do that very well herself so therefore it was twice as likely to be derided

  50. ldymcbth says:

    Miley doesn't care. They probably won't allow her to even read it so her words will fall upon def ears. Theybwill keep pumping her up. Seen a commercial for her apperance on snl this week. She makes fun of herself in it. It really is sad she cant see this. It's the countdown to a break down for her.

  51. PrairieMuffins says:

    THIS IS SO AWESOME!!!!!

  52. 1234 answer says:

    i dont see dido, jewel, michelle branch, alanis morrisette , sheryl crow, norah jones in magazines, celebrity blogs or tv shows, i dont see them in the superbowl, mtv music awards , american music awards,etc. i dont see people talking about their new music video, album or even their new boyfriend. they are not in our everyday life.

    madonna, britney, miley cyrus case its different i see them in celebrity blogs, tv shows, magazines, etc. people talk about their new song or music video.

    • purr says:

      That's because their music doesn't appeal to most tweens and teens. Also they were very good and relevant during their time, but their music kind of sucks now. But they don't have a whole village of people writing and crafting their music and image. Also, they don't fit in to the whole agenda that they try to push on people nor stoop to degrading themselves for more fame.

    • D D d says:

      That comment tells me something about the media you are reading and nothing about the coverage of the ladies in general, to me.

    • amaryllis says:

      quite a few of those have served a purpose in the agenda actually – their role has diminished that's all

      • Ms. Adventure says:

        Agreed – Esp. Alanis. If you guys research her background, you'll see that she was a huge "teen star" in Canada years ago, including all that comes with the territory. Many of her songs are about her having an affair with a much older man when she was young… including her angry-but-sexually-charged tune "You Oughta Know." (Allegedly this man was on the show "Full House," featuring the Olsen Twins. You can connect the dots.) She has appeared nude in videos, and her video for "Ironic" features a bunch of "alter-Alanises".

        I could go on, but the bottom line is this: Same story, different wrapping.

      • Justsaying27 says:

        The underlying goal is to normalize p e a d o p h i l i a as just another sexual orientation. Children are being sexualized in the media and even at school with sex 'education' beginning in kindergarten. Once children are made sexually aware, that switch can't be turned off-they've had their innocence taken from them, ironically, under the guise of protecting children and their innocence! Why do you think she still incorporates childhood symbols and references into her video and stage acts while simultaneously proclaiming she wants to be seen as a grown up mature performer leaving Hannah Montana behind-nothing could be further from the truth-she's bringing Hannah Montanna and childhood into the raunchy world of perverted s3x. This calculated and this is what she's being paid to do period.

  53. Rosanna says:

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!! Now that's some real sh$t!!!

  54. Jinga says:

    The Sinead Oconnor website is shut down so I wasn't able to read her letter on her site but.. I absolutely love what she had to say and I'm glad that I've had the opportunity to read it in here. Miley is going down a slippery slope. Brittany, Anna Nicole Smith just to name a few has been victims of this foolish monarch programming. I'm sure without a doubt that Miley's name will be added onto the list of victims. It's very sad, dark road to be on. I hope that Miley will find a way to get out of this one and clean up her image.

  55. Rob says:

    Have you seen Terry Richardson's new photoshoot? Released just after this all came out. I nearly barfed my breakfast. Sick sick sick stuff.

    • purr says:

      I saw the headline but didn't click on it and don't care to. What is this, the third, forth photoshoot with her? Plus directing her music video. His photoshoots are always humiliating and degrading which I guess is the whole point and why he's hired to do what he does.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      Incredibly awful. But shes probably on all sorts of drugs hyping up her sex drive, so it makes sense. Check those pupils! Terry is very much a handler, it appears. He pretty much sexually assaults tons of young models a year, but they are of legal age and are just kind of soft spoken into it and surrounded by his staff who also encourage it.

    • amaryllis says:

      It was gross even by his standards but completely proves that she is a yes-puppet with no power or input into the things she does.

    • Rightyouare says:

      In one of the their photos together he is wearing a clockwork orange tee shirt. That says it all.

  56. Kenneth says:

    I'm so pleased that Sinead warned her of what's going on instead of sitting back and letting her carry on. It was a well written letter from the heart and I hope more than anything Miley has a good read of it.

  57. crimsongoddess says:

    But Sinead knows as well as anyone else that if she doesn't do what she's told that it could mean death of herself or a close loved one or severe defamation beyond repair.

  58. Sanat Toma' says:

    Sinead, I realize that you think nothing compares to me, but in my mind, nothing compares to you Sinead, nothing compares to you

  59. raquel19 says:

    I loved this when I read it. What I hate however is how the newer celebrities of this day and time always seem to be so "obsessed" or "admire" other celebrities as long as what their idols have said or done goes hand in hand with whatever wrong the newer celebrities are doing. For example… miley immediately went from sinead being someone she admired at least for inspiration for her video straight to she's too crazy to listen to. She's an older amanda bynes. All of them do this. They take quotes from older celebrities that goes along with whatever wrong doings and should that older celebrity speak up all of a sudden they don't know what they're talking about. Miley did this exactly on script. As we speak she already has pictures that are of pornographic nature ( their words not mine) that she took with the photographer terry richardson. Btw I always thought he was creepy. Why can't they just listen! For once. Just listen! Everyone is not trying to hate or throw shade! Some people are actually trying to look out for your well being. If anybody knows about how to keep from going insane it ought to be sinead, britney and anyone else in their category so if they're giving good advice…listen!

    • sittingcoffin says:

      You think Britney has it together? Enough to give advice? Girl isn't even allowed to see reports on her mental health because it may cause irreparable damage to herself.

      • amaryllis says:

        Remember her on that Simon Cowell show – she was laid off because she never had much to say and the few comments she did make had to be agreed with her agents. She is the type of marionette you cannot see for all the strings

      • sittingcoffin says:

        One cohost said she couldn't even form a sentence offstage….poor things super tense facial ticks and hand motions are always giveaways to me.

  60. BluBoy says:

    ….Yet another celebrity telling it like it is. At the end of the day Sinead O' Connor is right. Capiche.

  61. purr says:

    Since britneys name is being brought up, I have a question, do they even have her doing her own singing? In her new song it sounds like someone else is singing the chorus and other lines in the song. And In the wiil.i.am song that she sang in, someone else was singing most of the song too. And they both have british accents. It was confirmed that it was a british woman singing in the will.i.am song, but I don't know about her new song. Britney had a brtish alter at one point but I can't tell if its her or someone else.

    • dee says:

      Hi purr, yes Britney did have a British alter ago (about the same time she had the pink wig).
      In her biography ( I know, probably not that credible), Britney's mum said that she was always obsessed with England as her Grandma was from there. And that she would speak in an English accent at home when she was a child, trying to imitate her Grandma. I personally believe it's her singing; with the childhood behaviour and constant 'programming' that started probably when she was 10, it doesn't surprise me she sings that way. sad really.

      Have you seen the video for her new song? Would love VC to do a breakdown of it.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        That video is so disturbing. They keep forcing the super sex kitten label on Britney but it just comes off so fake. Outside of performing or a music video, she seems SO opposite of that.

      • Gladys says:

        She appears opposite because she has grown up. When she was 16 and new, they could dictate her. Nowadays, she probably can see the frustration of all.

      • amaryllis says:

        She represents everything that is wrong about pushing your image beyond your sell-by date in the industry. So noble of her to film stuff twice as raunchy then claim she had them cut out because she is a mom – yeah right, nothing to do with your manager vomiting a bit in his mouth!

  62. Taedei says:

    I'm so glad that someone from the music biz is speaking the truth, we rarely see people from the music biz or from Hollywood in General talking about it …. Sinead O’Connor god bless you for speaking the truth!!! But I hope they don't harm Sinead O’Connor about her messege to miley :$

  63. D D d says:

    Sinead's website still down. I wonder what parts of the letter mainstream will cut and paste into their trending amuse.ment popculture info segments…

  64. Mark Janssen says:

    You know, it's all nicely said and wise words of advice for Miley to consider, BUT she and Sinead also have to consider the other side of the coin: If it wasn't her "pimping herself out", it would be some other starlet, so why shouldn't Miley take advantage of it?

    Secondly, it's not true that "None of the men ogling you give a shit about you either…". I care about her. When I see her, it's not to turn her into a object of desire, anymore than it was for classical painters to paint nudes. I suppose there's a line between full exposure and keeping the sacredness of one's body sacred, and to me she didn't cross that line. She didn't reveal much more than what one might find at the beach.

    So, while I think it good motherly advice that is given in kind spirit, I think before she addresses Miley about lewdness, that she, like the rest of the world, take a look at itself deeply and examine who is the real "prostitute". Everyday we're all involved in this so-called "economic" system that pimps us out for the same reasons: to maximize wealth. To single out Miley is to avoid the bigger issue that endangers all of us, for what we could have for a civil society. A dream that hardly anybody has fought for, a peace-centered, love-centered, balanced global society. Who's fighting for that? Because if you are, then you're fighting for the Native People that live on reservations, you're fighting for the women that have to walk the street because the big men at top are still pandered to by the rest of us who want the conveniences they offer. Like John Lennon said: it (peace) is all there when you want it.

    Mark Janssen
    Tacoma, Washington

    • erica says:

      She didn't "single" Miley out. Miley mentioned Sinead was inspiration for her video. She tried to help her. But Miley is obviously a blockhead.

    • Purr says:

      You're missing the point and going off in another direction. As Erica stated, she wasn't singling Miley out, she was being contacted by a lot of reporters wanting to get her thoughts about what Miley said about the wrecking ball video taking inspiration from her Nothing Compares to you and also taking inspiration from her shaved head look. So she decided to address those questions and she is someone who speaks her mind and I think she was trying to prevent Miley from suffering a breakdown like what she went through and what many of these pop stars or child stars go through, like Britney.

    • Anonymous says:

      Prostitution is about selling your body. There is nothing classy about it. No parent wants their child to sell their body. No brother wants his sister to sell her body. No sister wants her brother to sell his body. Most people don't sell their body. Miley is using her body to sell her music and to me that is barely any better than prostitution. She has no class. Its hard to respect her while she goes on desperate attention-seeking antics and sets a horrible example to her fans. And most men (and perhaps women) who "oggle" her do not care about her. You don't know Miley and she doesn't know you, so of course she doesn't care about you even if you think you care about her. I don't see the appeal in her anyway. Miley is completely unattractive. Not good looking or appealing at all… Only appeal maybe to dirty old men.

      And as Sinead said in her letter, its hard to care about someone who doesn't care about themselves. Same thing goes for respect.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        We all sell our bodies – its usually to work or to school or to our kids, but we still give our life force out, its just not always sexual.

  65. Chris says:

    I've been studying the MTV website for traces of this story, and surprise surprise nothing. They're too busy being agenda-ridden filth hell bent on youth corruption, so instead the top story on MTV right now is "Miley Cyrus Reveals 'The Best Thing' She's Ever Done In Unlocked Clip!"

  66. Meggles says:

    What a beautiful letter, I didn't expect to end up in tears. This doesn't just speak to Miley, it speaks to all women about our value.

    How very sad that Miley has been programmed to accept the lies.

    • fightthegoodfight says:

      If this letter never reaches Miley because of all these handlers around her, maybe it was meant to reach our daughters and young women. I want to print this out and share this with every young woman I know.

      I'm glad there are people sensitive and are still moved by truth. Afterall, the truth will set us free. The elite doesn't want the truth to be supreme.

  67. jagon says:

    Again The Music Industry have another girl to prostitute our generation. Why some parents in USA, some organization, some Church don't try to do something against those evil organization? It is impossible to take them to the Court? At least to show them that we all know their EVIL PURPOSE?

  68. amaryllis says:

    Has anyone established whether Miley can actually read?

  69. chris says:

    reading miley's twitter…………………….she may be the dumbest and most annoying child alive………….and she has 14 million followers. just wow.

    • amaryllis says:

      Yes, 14 million followers even more annoying and stooopid than her.

    • Flume says:

      I follow her. But I only do so to see what crazy thing she will tweet next and honestly it gets worse with every tweet.

  70. amaryllis says:

    @MileyCyrus

    Before Amanda Bynes…. There was…

    After Amanda Bynes…. there will be……….

  71. Steve Jump says:

    People who write "open letters" are just attention seeking wankers. Write a normal letter and send it in the post like normal people!

    • D D d says:

      That's so not entertainment-industry it almosts hurts.

    • bone2pik says:

      Well celebrities are not "normal" people, and they should use their fame to spread positive rather than negative messages. This message was positive for Miley and other young girls, so it was absolutely right to make it public.

    • D D d says:

      She never stopped releasing her catalog. And the oportunity to earn something at the right moment is for everybody different. But it is part of the trade. Even the indi branch.

      • amaryllis says:

        Ok, but it demonstrates another motive besides maternal concern (which I am sure was well meant given that Miley is same age/younger than her oldest child)

      • D D d says:

        Who knows, someone could have been influencing Sinead into writing it as an open letter. Because of interest in sales or percentages. I don't know. I give her the benefit of the doubt, because i have never doubted her integrity and appreciated her honesty in interviews about her unwellbeing.

      • D D d says:

        That last one should be read as ''..never doubted integrity, and really appreciated..'' Just in case.

    • C0ckles says:

      Good point,

      However; I don't believe it's (entirely?) self seeking and publicity motivated on Sinead's part though, she could just as easily have given the usual show bizzy false flattery in the interviews to the Newspapers that asked for comment – would have been alot easier for her to do so, besides I think that though her letter was addressed to Miley she wanted to warn other pop stars and wanna be pop tarts as well as spreading the message to other non suspecting people that the Music business is harmful, exploitative and does not value the artists or people in society in general ….. particularly (but not exclusively) young girls and women.

      Hopefully it will have an impact just as we hope the open articles on this site will awaken, educate and warn others.

    • Anonymous says:

      Im glad Sinead wrote it in an open letter, so other female celebrities and girls can read it. I hope it makesat least the smallest positive impact!

  72. amaryllis says:

    Check out Aaron Russo for more on why feminism was created before declaring your devotion to it and declaring Miley a feminist.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      googling " Rothschild feminism" is a shorter path

    • amaryllis says:

      Real feminists are women who demand to take complete control of their life choices against all odds, can demonstrate the importance/strength of motherhood to their children everyday, who make sure they are ensuring that they feed the bodies and minds of their children with the best nourishment without letting big corporations/pharma/hollywood into the decision making process.

  73. marie marques says:

    both my daughters used to be avid "Hannah montana " fans. When they first saw her with her "New image", they said "Who's that? She's horrible". I have to agree! Shame, shame , shame: it looks like everyone has to do one better in the shock factor to get the ratings: whatever happened to pure raw talent????????

  74. sob112 says:

    Question: Where's Rhianna's letter?

  75. Peace says:

    SO glad you wrote this. Brilliant article as always VC

  76. sittingcoffin says:

    The masses consider Sineads commentary to be "sl*t shaming" and anti feminist, so like I predicted, there would be a little bit of a cheer because Miley seems personally off her rocker, but by and large, we have been brainwashed to think empowered=selling sex for $. Another celebrity responded to Sinead letter with her own letter saying women should be doing whatever they want…hmm….that sounds appropriate. Lets just all do whatever and that's feminism.

    • Ms. Adventure says:

      I wouldn't say the "masses" feel that way. Maybe the MEDIA is saying that, but not the people. Most people I know applaud Sinead for speaking her mind, being real, and saying what everyone else is AFRAID to say. The "empowerment" that someone like Miley has is an illusion. Plain and simple.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Ok, well, the sites I frequent (mostly made up of teen to 30ish people) have the response that I predicted. Im sticking with what I said about the masses.

    • LKZ says:

      And what Cyrus is doing has been done for centuries.

      She didn't invent it, she didn't discover it, and she will regret it.

      I promise.

  77. Chris McDonald says:

    Being a prostitute is a DEVIL work, and it ain't right for Miley and the rest of the girls, I agree what sinead said, yes!

    • Gladys says:

      And men who go with prostitutes are prostitutes themselves eh. Let's say it as it is instead of half truths.

  78. ChuckArt says:

    It's just unfortunate how some one has the guts to speak up by admonishing a soon to be train wreck of a pimped out child and suddenly SINEAD's website is shut down. WOW!!

    Question- did any of those puppets-Justin Timberlake and co who were praising and defending that lil "ho" Miley read Sinead's open letter ? oh ..I forget they are all pimped out "hos".

    Count down to Miley's mental break down and imminent REHAB begins now !! 100 99 98 97 96 95……..

  79. Gladys says:

    dictate to her

  80. spidergirl says:

    brilliant letter, i'm definaltey posting this on 'Facecrack' later. It's already been said, but, its for every woman out there not just plank head Miley.

  81. Pavlin says:

    Thank you for openly speaking your mind, Sinead!

  82. Kind of a feminist says:

    I don't understand why so much people are blaming feminism here? Feminism is blahblahblah and lots of other similar comments… This letter IS FEMINISM.
    And also it's kinda ironic Cyrus mentioned Amanda Bynes in her tweets while I don't see a specific difference between these two ladys.

  83. Nadia says:

    Sinead's letter was brave and very telling but I doubt Miley is gona listen she already fired back saying sinead is an old version of Bynes.
    Does anyone else thinks this Miley garbage is another Michael Jackson case? By that I mean a distraction of what's really going on? WAR!! Rather than waiting on Cyrus's next disgusting move people should ignore and shut her out – she can go kill herself for all I care.
    The world needs less hookers n pimps and more resilience and intelligence and respect. Little kids are getting raped in Syria by Al Qaeda and here we are tripping on the blonde. Im done with the celebrity bullshit.

    • Jake says:

      You shouldn't wish for anyone to kill themselves.

    • Jake says:

      It's our fault we are distracted by her actions not hers. I agree with most of what you say but that was just a cruel thing to say. She hasn't done anything NEARLY bad enough for someone to want to wish her dead.

    • D D d says:

      So, life is something you selectively care for? How?

  84. hellopizza says:

    her handlers are attacing sinead right now / telling miley what to say, its just too obvious. if miley messes up and says anything wrong she will get raped hard

  85. satanistsabound says:

    Terry Richardson is a card carrying member of the Temple of Set.

  86. dontwatchsnl says:

    Des anyone else find it odd that this whole Miley thing broke right before she's meant to host Saturday Night Live this weekend? I mean first Sinead's public letter, her response, then the Richardson photo shoot…and then a day later she hosts the show…. Its almost as if someone is drumming up attention so people will tune in.

    Don't watch SNL this weekend. I have a feeling there's going to be some kind of stunt (magick) pulled and theuy want everyone's eye (i.e. ENERGY) on the airwaves at that time.

    • D D d says:

      The media is still milking the mtv-thing, so no, i do not think Sinead is in some conspiracy with miley. But, always keep an open mind , not to say eye..

    • Chris says:

      Energy flows where attention goes. Everyone will be watching SNL, so something's bound to happen.

      • D D d says:

        No they won't. SNL isn't half as funny as they think they are. Neither are some stuck up bit.ches that have a go at being funny. And for the catastrophy with following marshall law, i think you should look in the opposite direction, away from entertainment.

  87. turnkey says:

    Isn't funny how the "crazy" ones often hold the most wisdom–

    God Bless Sinead for this poignant, precise, and very personal letter.

    I do so hope it makes the rounds of the various soul-sucking industries in California, and beyond.

    From S. O'C's song, "Mandinka":

    "I don't know no shame
    I feel no pain
    I can't… seethe flame"

  88. mila says:

    I have always said that most female musicians these days are like prostitutes. They sell sex. we are straying more from God's values and people call it being modern. Being modern simply means being closer to the devil than to God. I know many young "Christians" who listen to explicit rap and pop music, drink and have sex often, but because they pray at the dinner table and attend church on Sundays, they believe they can call themselves Christians. This while they do exactly what God frowns upon. But they'll defend their behaviours by blaming modern times. I believe that you either believe in God or you dont; there is no compromise. And if you believe in Him you show that by following his rules and guidelines. Sadly many cant even recognize that. They dont even know who they are. That's the problem these days. People dont know who they are. I already the developments quite extreme now. Im 25 and I just cannot relate with the younger teens in their atitudes towards life. I just can't imagine what life will be like in 10/20/30 years from now.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      There is no need to believe in that God to have good guidelines. The bible is a great way to keep a people enslaved – that's partially why we have ended up just that.

  89. Denise says:

    The music industry blows. Period. Better to make a nice, peaceful living as an independent artist than to be around these empathy-less, degenerate, poor excuses for human beings. And I hesitate to even call them that because I have some serious doubts.

  90. The Austrian says:

    after reading mileys reaction to that letter i changed my mind about her.
    before i thought she is a victim. now i think she is evil.

    im pretty sure her reaction letter is influenced by all those "gangsta"pimps surrounding her (strange similarity to bieber), just look at her manager, she has supposedly an affair with…

    but that doesnt save her anymore from my verdict: GUILTY.

    now shes on top of the unholy trinity of satanic popwhores. gaga, rihanna, cyrus.

  91. Jessieb says:

    So what does miley do? Like the little brat she is she starts tweeting jokes at sinead's expenxe. Yet, before sinead's letter, she was claiming she liked her video and copied the style of it. I guess the truth hurt. Too bad her parents dont care about her respecting herself, because it would probably take someone on the inside to knock sense into her. But apparently she is surrounded with "yes" men and women, including her parents who will tell her sinead and everyone else with common sense are just jealous. Oh well, I give her (sinead) and E for effort, but I'm afraid all that sense talk has fallen on deaf ears

  92. Monique says:

    This is Miley;s response to that letter https://twitter.com/MileyCyrus/status/38579462264

  93. Anonymous says:

    Miley Cyrus is the least sexy thing I have ever seen. She looks like Draco Malfoy, but less attractive and more crazy. Her antics are so desperate and try-hard its just pathetic. She's so trying so hard to be cool she doesn't even realise that a majority of young guys and girls are mocking her. Every young guy I know thinks she looks crazy and disgusting, and most young women I know think she is a terrible role model. On the few iccassions I have seen anyone stick up for her its usually been a naive girl or an old man who sounds like a pedophile. Miley may be getting attention now, but sooner or later people will tire of her and get bored… And before she's even in the prime of her life she'll be tossed aside and most people won't care. I feel sorry for her, but I feel even more sorry for the kids and teens who have to be exposed to this crap. Reminds me of that well known quote: What shall it profit a man if he gains the whole world but forfeits his soul? – clearly your soul is more important and not only will Miley lose in the end, but her company and handlers will lose even more. Life on earth is temporary. "Winners" don't stay winners for long.

    • amaryllis says:

      Yeah, it must have been hard to almost end up as Elsa Pataky's sister in law … lucky escape there orshe would have ended up in a bad state twice as fast.

  94. Marozia says:

    For years, Sinead O'Connor had been classed as 'kooky', 'ignorant of entertainment business', shallow and self- obsessed. These were comments made by the Illuminati that she refused to surround herself with or she rejected after a time with them.
    I like the letter she wrote. It makes perfect sense. It's telling Miley to beware of the people she's surrounding herself with as they don't give a f**k about her. Sinead is to the point and complete correct, no assumptions, just plain truth.
    But, of course, Miley can't see that. Pray for Miley's eyes to be opened.

  95. lucas5555 says:

    Wow, snaps to sinead. I hope miley reads her letter with an open mind and takes some of what she said to heart. I love how she says how the whole hannah montana image is waaay over. Lol. Miley doesn't have to prove anything or shed that old image anymore.

  96. BluBoy says:

    Right, I don't know how this b.i.t.c.h. has the nerve to compare Sinead with Amanda Bynes, this w.h.o.r.e Miley was trying to come for Sinead but of course Sinead O' Connor hit back and this is part of what she said, (In relation to Sinead tearing up the photo of that dirty m.u.t.h.a.f.u.c.k.i.n.g pope)… "By mocking it you mock every child who suffered sexual abuse at the hands of priests and had it covered by the Vatican. You could really do with educating yourself, that is if you’re not too busy getting your tits out to read." – Ohnestly guys it makes me so angry……Oh and guys have you all seen that Miley photo shoot that was released the next day after Sinead's letter??, with none other than Terry Richardson, Yep. & you should check the pics out, orr maybe you shouldn't. This is to corrupt and pervert all her Hannah Montana fans and basically for them to emulate what she is doing now……Ohnestly this has really pissed me off and Oh Dear Tish and Billy, if you are watching, You're daughter is a W.H.O.R.E.

  97. ChasingSolace says:

    Through the process of natural attrition, the industry that is Hollywood consistently attracts the inanely unstable & insecure.

    Over & over & over & over.

    They flock to the epicentre of validation like moths to a flame.

    And there the reptilian lizards sit, under the bright lights, gobs open, waiting to devour their prey.

    The phenomena will never change.

    It's the perfect trap for the weak & spiritually infirm really…

  98. D D d says:

    To have Sinead's reaction on a tv-show uncut and hardly interrupted by the interviewer, you can go to The Late Late Show from RTE from 4 october 2013. On Sinead's website you can find a link (yes, it is online again at the moment) or search for it. (rte extension .ie instead of .com might help) The interview starts 51 minutes in the show.
    I loved it how she skillfully takes her own time to almost completely use the full segment to broaden the subject away from just (yes, just) Miley to the whole industry and the heart of music making, rock'n'roll, image and performing.
    (And yes, there is a plug to pull at the end, letting everybody know she is still touring, enjoying making music and recording. And that takes up only seconds of a full 10 minutes, so get over it :-)

  99. Linda says:

    third letter from sinead to miley:

    Third letter to Miley

    Miley

    I have no interest whatsoever in meeting you. You had plenty of time yesterday to abuse Amanda Bynes .. an entirely innocent party.. and myself.. who also did nothing to deserve your abuse.. along with every other sufferer of mental health problems and every person who suffered abuse at the hands of priests.

    You can take five minutes today between g- string fuckin' changes to publicly apologise and remove your abusive tweets. If you do not then you don't give a shit who you mock and what damage you do by being so ignorant.

    When you publicly apologise to Amanda and myself and all mental health sufferers as well as all who were abused by priests that will end the matter as far as I am concerned.

    what you did yesterday was designed to damage me and my career and has caused me enormous distress and harassment and has potential to damage my career, since you deliberately gave the impression those tweets of mine were not two years old but reflect my current condition. If you cannot apologize I will have no choice but to bring legal proceedings against you since it is extremely hard to be given work when people think one is suffering from mental illness.

    I have no interest in or desire to cause you trouble but if you do not apologise for having deliberately tried to cause me hurt and trouble personally and professionally I will have to bring pressure upon you.

    When you end up in the psych ward or rehab I'll be happy to visit you.. and would not lower myself to mock you.

    Be a proper woman and make the public apologies I have listed above. Your hosting SNL is a bullshit reason for not taking five minutes to do the right thing and your behaviour yesterday will rebound upon you very badly.

    You have no business abusing Amanda Bynes or anyone else. How do you think you made her feel yesterday? How do you feel when your friend Britney Spears is mocked and humiliated for having had mental health problems? I know I personally want to bash those who treat her that way. If she is your friend and more importantly if you are a true friend to her.. you ought apologise for joining those who mock and humiliate women who have been too nice frankly, to manage the music business without sensibly losing their minds.

    Cease behaving in an anti-female capacity. You will become the victim of it shortly. Soon it will be you the media 'crazy' .. and you will not enjoy it.. and you will appreciate people (like myself) standing up for you. Which I will be happy to do.. if you earn my respect today by apologising publicly.

  100. Keith says:

    Sinead is spot on… Miley will burn out first before listening to anyone. . even then they'll get her "rehabilitated" and she'll jump right back on the horse. We all know the cycle by now.

  101. tah says:

    Great article

  102. 14ngie says:

    There is a video out by a group that I liked called 'Capital Cities'. The video is Valle Kangaroo Court and it's basically mocking the Eyes Wide Shut Movie. The behind the scenes made me realize that. Please do article on that!

  103. carol says:

    sinead, you are so free, so please tell us, who made you to tear the pope's picture?

    • Ethan says:

      I would suggest and suspect that was of her own volition and good on her for openly standing up against such a corrupt and heinous organisation. Sinead is her own person, irrespective of what pop culture think of her.
      Her levels of integrity are rarely seen within the music industry and it is refreshing to find.
      Bravo Sinead. Bravo

    • D D d says:

      If you asked yourself why she did it, this question would be reductive (yeah – ''look it up'').

    • xine says:

      Because woityla was safeguarding the same pedofile clerics, Ireland wide, who did something really wrong to Her. Not that was the only pope's crime: think about the Solidarnosc gold bars from Switzerland and the disappearing of 15 years old girls.
      Yes: tha was the old karol who really didn't deserve a hole picture AT ALL !

    • sittingcoffin says:

      I dunno, being against pedophilia and the Luciferian money machine that is the Vatican might have had something to do with it. You cant take stands against all things at one moment in time. She chose that one. Or, her handlers at the time were told that we needed a distraction from some foreign arms trade or something like that and bam, lets tear up the Bible!

      You ask a question like that and youll never get a true answer.

  104. sarah says:

    Miley obviously doesn't care. She even has new photos up shot by Terry Richardson. The creepiest man alive. I'm pretty sure that he's her handler. Just saying that man's name makes me cringe.

  105. tity says:

    That are strong words, she already sign the contract with the devil with her own blood, she cannot break it.

    • Gladys says:

      you can break any contratcts with 'them'. I don't claim it's easy, however with Christ's assistance nothing is impossible. d3vil was beaten over 2,000 years ago.

      • Lynn says:

        Well said! Nothing to add :)

      • sittingcoffin says:

        You can and we all should, but bringing Christ into it is not necessary. Hes too busy being sad about what we've done with all the cool stuff he actually brought onto the planet to help with detaching negative entities from us NOW. You just consistently and defiantly declare spiritual sovereignty from any and all former contracts and negative entities across all dimensions, existences, and space-time. Simple place to start, anyway.

      • Adam Steiger says:

        "You can and we all should, but bringing Christ into it is not necessary."

        No, completely wrong.

        Giving up one's sin and spiritual bondage to Jesus Christ is of the utmost importance in seeking deliverance. The saving power of Jesus Christ is what Miley needs most (especially in her current condition).

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Hehehe. How can you say Im completely wrong as if any of us can know Truth before we actually die?

      • Gladys says:

        It hurts me to admit that I know nothing really. However, you won't take away from me the only truth. End off.

      • D D d says:

        If SC makes another remark, are you going to stamp your feet? Or just shake your head? Why so stubborn on this subject? If anybody brings arguments in the discussion i would be so pleased. But up till now, SC has the more logic and reason, oh, and common sense. To use that last one very ironically :-)

      • Gladys says:

        yes DDd you are right. I'm on the wrong again. Thank you for bringing it to my attention. So you follow whatever pleases you and I can follow whatever pleases me. Eveyone is happy at the end of the day and that's what matters. :-)

    • Claudio says:

      For sure she can. Someone, promissed almost 6k years ago, fulfilled his promisses 2k ago. Now, He sits as the high priest in heavengly sanctuary. See how to defeat and win the beast, at youtube in the interview with Roger Morneau.

  106. BabyVigilant says:

    The UK wants to remove its Human Rights Act and withdraw from the European Human Rights Court in the next general election :(((((

    • amaryllis says:

      Well that's problem-reaction-solution as always – apply it in a OTT and ridiculous way rather than how it should have been, turn the tide of public opinion against it to the extent that they are jubilant when it is axed … except that a whole host of important rights are magicked away at the same time … gone forever. Same with the gun crime/Marshall Law arguments in the US.

  107. Ethan says:

    I have always had enormous respect for Sinead and her ability to remain true to herself and her art.
    What an incredibly honest and well articulated letter in the hope to truly help someone.
    Kudos

  108. Phil says:

    Bravo. But Miley totally may be too mind controlled to bother with expressing her true self, if she has one anymore. Plus, if you're under contract with any corporation/record label they hold you to things, it's a gun to her head. Stay out of show business and do more important, like loving and helping others.

  109. amaryllis says:

    Well, saw her on SNL toying with Obamacare, Teaparty which lends more weight to the Syria-theory…..and she says that she is loyal to 'the old Cyrus' but it is not clear whether that is her main alter or some demon or she is talking about Syria in the olden times. Interesting that the autotext while I was watching showed her name as Cry -us several times and then jumbled it round. She has certainly become mistress of public outcry

    • sittingcoffin says:

      Have you seen all the celebrities tweeting in support of Obamacare? A lot of the females with topless support. MUST MEAN ITS GREAT. Why are we listening to celebretards about healthcare??? Its insanity, but it works on some level or it wouldn't be done. Like Hitler always said, say a lie, make it big, and keep saying it.

      The skit with the moon-stealing was WAY out of place, especially considering all the talk about the moon being residence for Nephilim/Annanuki/whomever. I know some who say its half satellite and half old, ruined planet formerly called Thallos.

      • amaryllis says:

        Yes, but they have quietened the assertion that a tranche of people will be set aside for death. So caring, Mr o

      • amaryllis says:

        I am sure that he wears a red hood and stands on a stage in front of them all on his holy-days in order to occasion this slow-motion participation in his dumb public ritual.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I try to not blame so much on the puppet, like Obama or Reagan, as a lot of people do. The bill is absolutely insane, Id say death panels are one of the more light hearted sections lol

      • D D d says:

        I always think the puppeteer is more interesting than the puppets. But, wow, SC you use the lol-word, and, in combination with the death panels. Dark real dark, …but with a light touch.

  110. JBB says:

    And now the spirit of Halloween website is featuring Miley's dumb mouse outfit from the vma's as a popular costume…

  111. sittingcoffin says:

    Annie Lenox has written a letter similar in tone to Sineads. I smell something fishy about the whole thing. Controlled opposition? Ms. Lennox saw fit to participate in the Satanic Olympic Closing Ceremony and encouraged androgyny throughout her career,, so her hands aren't exactly clean.

    • amaryllis says:

      She was married to an Israeli ashkenazi doctor who was akin to her handler. There were always strong overtones (remember the walking on broken glass video)

      • Carol says:

        Lenox and sinead make all the manipulation is only based by the money and not by stanism

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Money matters to the servants in this sort of society, not the controllers. When record companies send out people to tell the public (as Iggy Azalea keeps doing) that record companies are "scared" to invest in new talent because the PUBLIC decides what makes money this days, please. Don't buy it. The public has somewhat of a say in who shoves that spoonful of crap down their throats, who sticks around for the duties, but if one fails or loses favor, theres another one waiting to replace him/her right around the corner.

        Making money is not the point, the point is CONTROL. Making money is for the lessers, and it certainly puts on a convincing show.

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I never did relook at Lennox's career post learning about the darker aspects of media mind control, but that creepy Sweet Dreams song should give anyone a chill.

      • amaryllis says:

        … despite chanelling Sinead, Miley sure does look like Annie Lennox. It is her true likeness beamed forward a few decades. Lennox was a lot slicker and aloof of course, but a futuristic doppel nonetheless.

  112. Sarahnp says:

    Thanks for posting this VC. I thank Sinnead O'Connor for her independence and kind outreach to not just Miley Cyrus, but so many who may still be unaware of the trappings of the enter-train-ment industry.

  113. Shelda LR says:

    I wonder if Sinead O'Connor and Lauryn Hill ever communicate with each other as they both seem to have had similar experiences and intellectual capacity.

    They both do what they can to get the truth out there and have such strong sentiments about the self-esteem of young girls.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      ….and then Lauryn signs a recording contract with Sony. Lets see her keep her ideals high and clean and purposeful with handlers like that.

      • amaryllis says:

        I think Sinead would go the same way in an instant. If you are recruited into the Industries you are given 'a job for life' (think communist model), you are the rising star, then you could be progressively demoted and humiliated for years along the way but you know that your loyalties lie with that ***** of an employer even if you know they suck and you spend time letting everyone else know that you dislike them. It is the same within the industry which is where we get the Z list bar and wedding performers who used to be big names. They are all family and the ONLY way you really know if the programming properly unravelled is if they are found dead. Everyone else is just like your jaded, bitter old aunt whom everyone can't stand but you would still invite her round at Christmas and still attend her funeral. Still family, bound in blood and rites.

      • guzzy says:

        its interesting that Chris Brown announced he was retiring from the music industry and then had some sort of grand mal seizure shortly thereafter. A warning perhaps? You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave…

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Seizures abound suddenly for Lil Wayne and Chris Brown both, oddly coincidental they seem to be peaking/at a breaking point in their careers. Side effects?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        But I held such hope for Lauryn…::weeps:: Think after all the public torture and the harassment and the "tax evasion", she just gave up? Cares too much about her 6 kids that shed rather sign up to be a tool for poison and keep her life? She likes to pick at racial issues a lot, and our media loves nothing rather than to feed us tales of big bad whitey and poor oppressed black man over and over again…..almost to the point where one should question, "Will the supposed 'racial inequity' ever be over? THEN WHY KEEP THE DISCUSSION UP? Who are these discussions REALLY serving since everything keeps getting worse?" She doesn't seem to go beyond that border.

        Annie Lenox and Sinead come forth with similar public sentiments in the same week? Its short haired feminist (is she or isn't she a lesbian) week and we didn't even know it!

      • D D d says:

        And Jessie J. pops up with her new almost bold look-cover, too. (Didn't she use to wear mickey-ears? One-eye photoshoot anyone?) Is there some nuclear survivor look happening ?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        Shes got programming all over her, and she performed at the Jubilee Diamond queen thing. I doubt theyd let anyone on stage that wasn't under a certain type of contract.

        Pop stars are all shaving their heads now and dying them rainbow colors. Even Beyoncé put out a dehair-ed shot.

      • amaryllis says:

        She merits several articles in her own right. Yes, rainbow hair, grilles, silicon and collegen implants, fake hair … where does the doll-transhumanist machine end and the human being begin? Does it even matter anymore?

      • sittingcoffin says:

        I don't know. I was thinking timelines might split off and I might end up on the happy timeline where the bad etheric beings stopped pulling strings, but it seems no ones getting on that timeline.

      • D D d says:

        Grace Jones did, too. But i was not surprised, as she mentioned the masonic industry in Corporate Canibal already. But than again, she is at home is various parts of the industry (and religious environments as well). Strong woman, too have survived it all, and still releasing great music. Not only in a distracting entertaining dancing the night away-way, no, in a reflecting way. Rather honest, actually. But yes, it was a little disappointing to learn that this rebel too has a dogcollar stashed in the bottom drawer.

  114. Ladyt says:

    Wow… She better watch her back, we all know how the Industry gets down…

  115. amaryllis says:

    Nooooooooo – she has now said that she intends to behave like this until she is forty years old because that is the acge when you become de-sexualised !!!!

    • Gladys says:

      That's what she said? Some of us became de-sexualised in our 20s. You see others in their 60s and still can't combat their carnal addictions. Anyway, that was a silly thing to say. People don't become de-sexualised, they realise that self-restraint is more important than giving in, the more sex or food you have, the more you crave for it. Don't start me with food too. Another hedonistic habit.

      • D D d says:

        So, you used to like it a lot , the food? Before or after the abstinence session?

      • Gladys says:

        DDd you don't have to associate everything with sex. You have an obsession with it. And yes I always liked desserts and chocolates, since I remember myself, however I started enjoying food when I became a very young adult. However, whenever I fast I refrain from eating any of that. Abstinence has nothing to do with food or alcohol.

      • D D d says:

        Sex was the subject in this situation, i thought. And i am sorry for the unneccesary jokey remark. I seem to have a tendency to hit the enter button before re-reading some. Could have done better.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      Yeah I saw that on the Today show. Obvious re-pick at Sinead.

  116. hannahmontanaisdead says:

    When Miley Cyrus performed Wrecking Ball on SNL she was wearing a large chain collar on her neck and her jersey said "Poison". There you go, folks. She just repeated what we've been saying here.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      But those things are little inside jokes! Just meaningless, look at how much I can poke at my own image jokes…

  117. Denise says:

    De-sexualized at 40? What an idiot. A woman is more sexy at 40 than she could ever be at 20. I wish young women would honestly take advice from people who have been there. This generation is totally shot. Well, except for my fellow VC readers…you guys are definitely ahead of your time and a blessing to your generation. You 20-somethings out there ;-)

    • Gladys says:

      There are more important things in life than sexualisation. Hopefully, we will all be blessed to discover them.

    • sittingcoffin says:

      We have hired a few new people a couple years ahead of Mileys age – dumb as stumps, boy that fluoride and public education WORKS.

      • amaryllis says:

        lol, I know what you mean. They usually come with impressive school grades too and are very good at using iphones!

      • sittingcoffin says:

        They are so dumb its like its been forced on them. Its awful. And the ones that aren't dumb are crazy – like, making full conversations up that never happened crazy and spreading rumors and all that!

    • sittingcoffin says:

      If you've been raped/sexually traumatized from childhood, you might feel pretty desexualized at 40.

  118. JAP says:

    Didn't watch SNL, but Miley dressed up like Marilyn (CLAIMED it was supposed to be Scarlett Johansson…ha!), and also made the statement in the monologe that Hannah was MURDERED. Her black and white checked outfit for the monologe was special too. The Bachmann thing was digusting and shameless, regardless of one's political leanings. I'd like to see someone make fun of Moochelle Obama like that…

    • sittingcoffin says:

      You cant touch Michelle Obama in the same way you can touch white Republican women….but that kind of racism is OK.

      Did not even make the Marilyn connection, sharp observation.

  119. amaryllis says:

    Apparently, one of the complaints she rec'd was from the guy who manufactured that foam hand.

  120. Varaneka says:

    I love some of Miley's records, and if it weren't for this letter I'd probably think that Miley was doing this acting out all on her own. I'm glad it's not what she wants.