The article named “The Transhumanist and Police State Agenda in Pop Music” briefly explored the transhumanist theme of the Black Eyed Peas’ video “Imma Be/Rock that Body”. Vigilant Citizen collaborator LVB expands on this subject and describes the Psychological Warfare techniques used in this video.
The Black Eyed Peas “Imma Be / Rock that Body” video is a masterpiece of high tech computer-generated imagery and state of the art digital music production. It is also one of the most blatant examples of Psychological Warfare and deception that I have ever seen in modern mass media. This article will discuss
1) What Transhumanism actually is.
2) The massive use of Psychological Warfare techniques in this video and all forms of mass media.
3) Analysis of the video, itself – to show you how these psychological concepts, the occult and Transhumanist symbolism and the deceptive storyline are integrated in this video to promote the dangerous agenda of the cult known as Transhumanism.
The Transhumanist Agenda
Transhumanism is the name of a movement that claims to support the use of all forms of technology to improve human beings. It is far more than just a bunch of harmless and misguided techie nerds, dreaming of sci-fi movies and making robots.
It is a highly organized and well financed movement that is extremely focused on subverting and replacing every aspect of what we are as human beings – including our physical biology, the individuality of our minds and purposes of our lives – and the replacement of all existing religious and spiritual beliefs with a new religion of their own – which is actually not new at all.
For now, let’s just start at the start.
The Elitist Creators of Transhumanism and Eugenics
“The term ‘Transhumanism‘ was coined by biologist Julian Huxley in 1957, who defined it as “man remaining man, but transcending himself, by realizing new possibilities of and for his human nature.”
Julian Huxley was the brother of Aldous Huxley, who you may know was the author of the very famous book, “Brave New World“, which is a vision of the future that most people view as “The New World Order” (along with the book “1984“, by George Orwell) – a depressing future police-state world in which a one world government uses technology, such as surveillance cameras, psychological warfare (propaganda) and brutal military/police forces to control everyone and everything in this dystopian, fictional world.
The founders of Transhumanism, were highly educated and wealthy individuals of primarily British and European descent. These individuals were what we would call people of the elite, ruling class of society, and their views were absolutely elitist, if not outright totalitarian and fascist in nature.
One of the key concepts of old school Transhumanism was the elitist pseudoscience of Eugenics, or “racial hygiene“, which is a concept that still exists today in the modern, shiny, high-tech version of what is adoringly called Transhumanism, Human+, or H+, by its cult followers.
“Eugenics is the study and practice of selective breeding applied to humans, with the aim of improving the species. In a historical and broader sense, Eugenics can also be a study of “improving human genetic qualities”. Advocates of Eugenics sought to counter what they regarded as dysgenic dynamics within the human gene pool. Specifically, in regard to the continuation of congenital disorders and factors impacting overall societal intelligence relating to the heritability of IQ.
Eugenics was widely popular in the early decades of the 20th century, but has largely fallen into disrepute after having become associated with Nazi Germany. Since the postwar period, both the public and the scientific communities have associated Eugenics with Nazi abuses, such as enforced racial hygiene, human experimentation, and the extermination of “undesirable” population groups.
However, developments in genetic, genomic, and reproductive technologies at the end of the 20th century have raised many new questions and concerns about what exactly constitutes the meaning of Eugenics and what its ethical and moral status is in the modern era.”
So, because the Nazi atrocities became so widely known, the ideas of Eugenics went underground for awhile. But the original ideas and goals of “improving the species” and “improving human genetic qualities” are still front and center, albeit in a more subtle and glamorous package now. They try to avoid discussing those embarrassing ideas, like how to keep the undesirable races from breeding so much.
The modern mutation of Transhumanism claims to only support “voluntary eugenics“, which sounds much more benevolent than mandatory sterilization and euthanasia of undesirable humans, doesn’t it? But, if you have any sense at all, you will probably realize that this ethnic cleansing of the gene pool (“improving the species” and “improving human genetic qualities”) simply cannot and will not ever happen if it is voluntary.
We should all understand that ideas such as “voluntary eugenics” will not be voluntary anymore, if and when the people who believe in these radical ideas get political and financial power. In fact, they already do have substantial wealth and power, and are working very hard to impose this Transhumanist agenda on our world – whether we like it or not.
The Principles and Concepts of Transhumanism
Transhumanists believe they are working toward a new and improved existence, leaving everything we have known in the dust bin of history, welcoming a new “Golden Age” of superbeings. They want to become an entirely new species, transcending what we are as humans, using radically advanced technology to achieve their goals. Let’s look at just a few of the primary concepts and goals of Transhumanism.
The Hive Mind
One of the primary concepts of the Transhumanist agenda is “The Hive Mind”.
“Hive Mind : A type of collective consciousness where individuality is stifled; a state of conformity; also written hivemind”.
“A group of people who give the false impression of being a hivemind (1), eg. by mindlessly following orders.”
One of the early Transhumanist elites, along with Julian Huxley, was Sir Charles Galton Darwin, the grandson of Charles Darwin, who founded the theory of evolution.
So, anyway, here is one of Charles Galton Darwin’s quotes relating to the Hive Mind:
“There might be a drug, which, without other harmful effects, removed the urgency of sexual desire, and so, reproduced in humanity the status of workers in a beehive.”
As I said previously, the founders of Transhumanism had elitist views about what humanity should be. This Human Beehive concept has been envisioned by the ruling elite class throughout history as the ideal society. The ultimate slave race, scientifically designed to conform, obey and serve the needs of the elite – worker bees who do not question or rebel.
Transhumanists envision this Hive Mind as being possible when all people across the world can link their minds together using technology, creating a symbiotic existence through the new superintelligence of this collective Hive Mind. Forget about the needs of the individual – it’s all about the Hive. They refer to this collective, superintelligence as the Singularity.
Uploading Your Mind
“MURG” is the acronym that Transhumanists use to refer to the “Mind Upload Research Group”.
The Hive Mind, or Singularity, that they are working toward, will occur, they believe, when technology exists that will allow humans to “upload their minds” to an artificial memory device, a sort of global hard drive, so that the combined intelligence of all our minds will create this new superintelligence that is the Singularity, or Hive Mind.
The Cult of Transhumanism
“Instead of meekly worshiping fictional gods, or blindly dismissing the ideals they represent, we should seek to become godlike ourselves. The body is weak, but the mind can be forever. People may die, but they can be preserved and resurrected. This world may in many ways resemble hell, but we can create heaven on earth. The universe may be a place of chaos and entropy, but we can fill it with order and intelligence. Guided by reason and empowered by technology, we can bend reality to our will, and make the impossible possible.”
Transhumanist ideas of becoming gods and having eternal life through technology certainly display an extreme level of vanity. Not just the simple human vanity of wearing nice clothes and putting on makeup to look good – but to BE gods – therefore, rejecting and replacing God, entirely. This is the Luciferian doctrine.
The Transhumanist idea that they call Pragmatic Morality, is simply a recycled and renamed version of the oldest deception in the world – that there is no good or evil.
Here is how this concept applies to the beliefs of the cult of Transhumanism:
“Ethics and morals must serve, or at least not stand in the way of, boundless self-actualization. They should be tools and guidelines for successful living, not instruments of senseless repression. Like the flesh, traditional morality is something to be overcome. There is no ‘Good’ and ‘Evil'; just efficiency and inefficiency; intelligence and stupidity; winners and losers. There is only rational self-interest, and those too timid and ignorant to pursue it. This simple yet profound realization forms the bedrock of an empowered worldview, and is a key step towards achieving enlightenment and transcendence.”
The Patron Saint of Transhumanism
“‘Lucifer’ is the Latin term originally used by the Romans to refer to the planet Venus when that planet was west of the sun and hence rose before the sun in the morning, thereby being the morning star.”
“According to Extropian philosopher Max More, “Lucifer is the embodiment of reason, of intelligence, of critical thought. He stands against the dogma of God and all other dogmas. He stands for the exploration of new ideas and new perspectives in the pursuit of truth.” He is also the archetypal iconoclast, rebel, and adversary (the word ‘Satan’ is from a Hebrew word, ‘Sathane’, meaning adversary or culminiator; in original Jewish usage [see the book of Job], Satan is the adversary, not of God, but of mankind; i.e., the angel charged by God with the task of proving that mankind is an unworthy creation). In the transtopian context, Lucifer represents ambition, rebellion, rational enlightenment, and the dark side of Transhumanism.”
Selling Transhumanism to the Masses using Psychological Warfare
What exactly is “Psychological Warfare“?
Psychological Warfare (PSYWAR) is defined by the U.S. Department of Defense as:
“The planned use of propaganda and other psychological actions having the primary purpose of influencing the opinions, emotions, attitudes, and behavior…of groups in such a way as to support the…objectives.”
“Various techniques are used, by any set of groups, and aimed to influence a target audience’s value systems, belief systems, emotions, motives, reasoning, or behavior.”
This is often referred to as “winning hearts and minds“, or similarly, “Capture their minds and their hearts and souls will follow.”
Metacommunication is a natural human communication process, which is as simple as saying, “I love you”, while you are smiling – communication on two levels. Throw in a hug and there are three levels of communicating this positive message.
All communication consists of (at least) two levels. First, there is the “content level” of what is being said, literally. Second, there is the level that Gregory Bateson calls metacommunication, which is the underlying message or tone of the communication, which can be as simple as a facial expression. We often recognize this as being the “tone” of someone’s voice, or how something is being said. So, you have what is being said, and how it is being said. The tone is actually the “command” portion of communication, because it is designed to instruct or position the receiver (or victim) of the communication to interpret the message in a certain way.
Bateson’s communications theory can help reveal the interaction operating behind the message. Every communication, he claims, has both a report [the actual message] and a command aspect [tone]. While the report conveys information about a state of affairs, the command positions the receiver to adopt a particular attitude towards the report and (leads them to) respond in a certain way. The command element of the message is a metacommunication about the context of the message – the nature of the relationship in which the information is exchanged.
Falsified Metacommunication – Mixed Signals and Deception
The point where this becomes falsified metacommunication in mass media is when they include a primary false message in an advertisement or music video, which is designed not only to sell the product, but also to influence the viewer’s attitudes and beliefs.
“Commissions of falsification (lies) intended to deceive the enemy“.
There are many layers of communication in movies, videos, advertising and news media that we usually don’t even realize on a conscious level, and that is what this part of the article and the BEP video are all about.
The term, falsified metacommunication, was coined by anthropologist Richard Herskowitz. It can be understood, in part, using the simple example of a con-man:
He shakes your hand, smiles at you and tells you nice things…as he steals your money.
It is a strategy of deliberately distracting you from his real purpose or goal by using friendly, charming deception. It is saying one thing, as a way of distracting the victim with deception to make them feel comfortable with the situation, in order to do another thing – to achieve the real goal, which is stealing your money.
For example, say there is a magazine ad with a very beautiful female model, but off to the side you can see the makeup artist standing there putting makeup on another model, who looks like she just woke up. They are letting you in on the joke, the artificial nature and deceptive elements of the ad. This makes you realize that you get it, you think that you understand the illusion, and that makes you feel clever, like an insider, and this feeling gives you a sense of reward and ego boost because you feel smart and cool.
This process has the typical effect of getting people to relax and let their guard down a little bit, which leaves them more open to the actual intent of what the ad is trying to do – to sell you some crap that you probably don’t need – and ideas that you may not agree with. This brings us to another tool of manipulation and control in communication, known as a double bind.
A double bind is a dilemma in communication in which an individual (or group) receives two or more conflicting messages, with one message negating the other. This creates a situation in which a successful response to one message results in a failed response to the other, so that the person will be automatically wrong regardless of their response. The nature of a double bind is that the person cannot confront the inherent dilemma, and therefore can neither comment on the conflict, nor resolve it, nor opt out of the situation.
Falsified metacommunication is similar to this in many ways.
Just understand that this is all about communicating ideas at multiple levels; some true information and some false information, and other levels showing you that they are showing you something, in order to distract you from the real message or purpose, and also to deny what the real purpose of the communication is. It sounds really confusing and schizophrenic, doesn’t it? That’s because it is. More from Richard Herskowitz:
“This schizophrenic system [double binds and falsified metacommunication as they are used in mass media], therefore, bares its exploitative nature to its victims in a manner that evokes their participation in their own oppression. As Anthony Wilden argues: “It is a necessary function of pathological communication to deny its own pathology while admitting and using it at other levels. Thus, since no system [including the human mind]can actually ignore feedback relationships, our culture simply converts them into POWER relationships.
The manner in which the spectator’s recognition of mass media deception is channeled into participation in that deception (is) a false democratization of an exploitative relationship, and is used to position the viewer in a certain way, as a means of controlling how they will receive the message.”
Imma Be Duplicity
Duplicity is defined as “contradictory doubleness of thought, speech, or action; especially, the concealment of one’s true intentions by deceptive words or actions”. It is saying one thing and doing (or meaning) another…and doing it intentionally, in order to deceive. So, with this idea of duplicity in mind, let’s look at what the different layers of communication in this BEP video are telling us.
One layer involves giving the viewer (victim) a false message that is friendly or they will agree with, to make them feel comfortable. In this video, the false and deceptive message is that they believe it is wrong to replace people with machines and “we’re not robots”. This is established at the beginning, to give the viewer a friendly message that they can feel comfortable about and agree with. Like the con-man, they charm you to disarm you.
But, then you also have Will.I.Am saying how cool it is that the artificial intelligence vocal machine (technology) is going to replace humans, and they won’t have to do the singing anymore. Contradictory messages used to conceal their true intentions = duplicity.
Another layer involves giving the viewer some clues or obvious messages to show them that the video‘s story is just a story – by calling attention to itself at the beginning and end of this video and showing you the (false) real life events of the BEPs having their meeting, Fergie’s accident and when they rush to help her at the end of the video.
This method of using the story to call attention to itself is designed to give the victim an added comfort level (remember the first layer above) and a sense of reward or ego boost by giving the victim the illusion that they have figured it out and are “in on the joke”, so that they feel good and smart because they’ve figured it out, which leads them to relax and let their guard down. This is a secondary layer of charming and disarming you.
But, the most important layer of communication in this video is the story itself, which is shown (falsely) to be “only a dream or fantasy”, which implies that it is not the real message or purpose of the communication. The opposite is true.
This “dream sequence” shows you very clearly with its visual imagery and ideas what the true purpose and message of this story really is. Here is what you are being shown in the “dream”:
Humans are depicted as stuttering, broken, helpless machines that are inferior in every way to the machines. In contrast, the machines are depicted as benevolent and good, and they are shown helping humans to become more perfect beings…by force, shooting them with guns that cure their broken condition. This is a good example of cognitive dissonance, which is another powerful aspect of psychological warfare in mass media.
Cognition is the scientific term for “the process of thought”.
Dissonance is a state of disagreement or conflict between two or more things – things that don’t fit together. In music, dissonance is expressed as being “a mingling of discordant notes, a clashing or unresolved musical interval or chord”. The simplest explanation of this in music is that dissonance sounds bizarre and disturbing to the ear. Notes that don’t sound good together.
“Cognitive dissonance is an uncomfortable feeling caused by holding two contradictory ideas simultaneously. The theory of cognitive dissonance proposes that people have a motivational drive to reduce dissonance by changing their attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors, or by justifying or rationalizing them. In 1957, Leon Festinger published his theory of cognitive dissonance, which has changed the way psychologists look at decision-making and behavior. It is one of the most influential and extensively studied theories in social psychology.
Cognitive dissonance occurs when a person perceives a logical inconsistency in his beliefs, when one idea implies the opposite of another. The dissonance might be experienced as guilt, anger, frustration, or embarrassment.”
The important thing about cognitive dissonance in mass media is that when a person is confronted with such contradictory ideas, it creates a conflict or disturbance that is usually not even noticed on a conscious level. Instead, it is internalized and processed by your subconscious mind, your autopilot system, in the same way that your autonomic nervous system controls your breathing, heart rate and blinking your eyes without you ever thinking about it consciously.
Exposure and Desensitization
The first time you watch the movie, “Saw”, you might be freaked out by the gruesome murders and torture. But if you watch it another hundred times, I can guarantee that it won’t bother you very much anymore. Over time, when we are exposed to images of graphic violence, sexuality or ideas utilizing combinations of such images (cognitive dissonance) we slowly become desensitized to these ideas, and we are conditioned to stop reacting to them as strongly.
This can be understood in the same way that a person may get a painful sunburn the first time that they are out in the sun too long – overexposure – too much of what you are not conditioned to accept, all at once. But, after being out in the sun all summer long, the skin has become desensitized, or conditioned, to accept the UV radiation, by receiving smaller doses of it, consistently, over a longer period of time. Therefore, the person doesn’t experience the strong reaction (sunburn) that they did the first time.
Of course, this example is one where there is a good aspect to the desensitization – not getting a painful sunburn every day is a good thing. In the same way, allergy shots can help people to avoid severe allergic reactions, desensitizing them by giving them small doses of what is bad for them, over a longer period of time. Not having severe allergy/asthma attacks is a good thing, too.
But, in the case of mass media and the desensitization of our minds, there is nothing good or beneficial about the way that we are being systematically desensitized to accept a variety of destructive and dangerous ideas. Transhumanist ideas are one example of this – humans becoming more like robots, and robots becoming more like humans.
The End of the Beginning
So, the primary intended message of this video is the Transhumanist idea that humans are not good enough the way we are naturally, and we need to be altered with technological devices and reprogrammed with radically different ideas in order to be better, even if this must be done to us against our will. This idea is dangerously flawed and it is a complete dehumanization of our species, as well as being a very troublesome vision for the future of humanity.
I hope this introduction to Psychological Warfare techniques helps you to better understand the deceptive methods that are used in mass media to persuade us and modify our attitudes, and that it will help you to see the true purpose and meanings in ads, movies and videos that you see in the future. If you’re still reading, you’re a real trooper, and I salute you!!
So, now we’ve covered what Transhumanism is, Psychological Warfare techniques that are used in mass media – false metacommunication, double binds, duplicity, cognitive dissonance, exposure and desensitization – and how they are used as a means of deception in mass media. The hard part is over.
Imma Be / Rock that Body Video Analysis
The Imma Be / Rock that Body video begins with all of the BEPs sitting in an office, talking and working on ideas. The main guy, Will.I.Am, is sitting at his computer looking at images of robots. You can also see the speaker cone sound cannon laying on the table, which foreshadows the events in the “fantasy” part of the story to come – showing you that this object from the “fantasy” part of the story actually exists in the (false) “real” story. And, because you will find out later that all of what is yet to happen is depicted as being just Fergie’s dream, this is part of the false metacommunication that is being used not only to give you a hint about the fact that the entire video is just a story, but also to deny the true deceptive message that is contained in the “dream” segment of the story.
It is a scene within the fictional “real life” part of the video letting you know that the whole video/story is fictional. A deception within a deception – an object from the “dream” part of the story somehow exists in this false “real life” part of the story – which is a) using the story to call attention to itself, and b) to further the deception about what the message of this story actually is.
Will.I.Am tells everyone he has something cool to show them, and he busts out one of those high-tech aluminum CIA type briefcases and opens it up. The other Peas ask what it is, and he tells them that it is a machine with artificial intelligence (AI) that will sample your voice and allow you to just type in the lyrics and it will “do all the singing, talking, rapping”. He says that it is the future and it is what will take the Peas into 3008…which is kind of funny, and very optimistic as far as being able to live that long without some kind of radical technology that could keep you alive for 120+ years. We’ll get to that part later.
This false “reality” scene continues with another BEP asking Will if this means that he won’t actually be rapping in the studio anymore, and Will explains that, no, he won’t be doing the rapping because the machine will do it all, which Will thinks is very cool.
Then Fergie gets really mad and puts on a big drama queen display. She says “it will take the soul out of it” and “it’s not real”, and finally she says, “We’re not robots!”, and leaves the room pissed off. This is another layer of the false metacommunication that is using the false “real life” part of the story to deny the true message that is about to begin in the “dream” part of the story. So then, Fergie goes outside and jumps on her awesome crotch rocket motorcycle, and takes off down the road. But she doesn’t get very far, because in her anger, she rides straight into the path of an oncoming vehicle. Not good.
The Death and Resurrection of Fergie
Poor Fergie. It looks like she has now become the cutest roadkill ever. But wait. She’s no longer in the city, where the accident happened. Now, she is suddenly in the middle of nowhere, in the desert. And this image is especially symbolic – the awesomely cool high-tech machine standing upright (not on the ground as it would be after an accident) in a superior position, casting its ominous dark shadow down upon the apparently dead human lying on the ground. The machine killed the human. Get it?
The Transhumanist Song Meanings
This BEP video uses the songs “Imma Be” and “Rock that Body“.
In terms of Transhumanist meanings, I believe that “Rock that Body” means “change and improve the human body“; i.e., improve the flawed, human meat machine using advanced technology, as we see in the video.
Imma Bee – Literally
What I find very interesting about the song “Imma Be” is that I believe it is saying, “I’m a Bee”, literally.
Obviously, I do realize that “Imma Be” is used as a slang way of saying “I’m gonna be…(this or that)”, or “I am going to be…”. But it is pretty clear from the opening scene in this video that Will.I.Am is an intelligent and well spoken guy, so the point being – the use of this phrase is intentional, and it is used for specific reasons. One of those is probably “street cred”, but I also think it is being used deliberately to create the literal meaning, “I’m a Bee”.
The way this song beats the phrase “I’m a Bee” into your mind like a hammer is significant. I considered actually counting how many times they say “I’m a Bee” in this song, but I decided that would bee too much work. Let’s just agree that it says “I’m a Bee” a whole bunch of times, probably a hundred or so times in about four minutes. So, it seems pretty clear that it was an important message that they wanted to get across.
So here’s Fergie, looking all better now, thank goodness, and she begins singing…well, rapping the lyrics. I noticed that her outfit gives the appearance of a robot face, with the round eyes being her breast areas and the square black mouth is a piece of fabric or tape. Also, notice that behind her is the giant black bad guy Borg. He drops in for the first time here.
Fergie is now walking toward the diner, which is flanked by the TUBORG beer signs, as well as the BEP album cover image. The album title, “The E.N.D.”, is interesting, not only because of the obvious “The End (of the World)” idea, but also because it means “Energy Never Dies”. This has some obvious spiritual and reincarnation components.
Some Transhumanists are into cryogenically freezing and storing their heads (Cryonics) when they die, because they believe that technology will exist in the future to bring them back from the dead. Thus, Energy Never Dies.
Near the diner is a large graveyard of obsolete and broken machines. Keep this in mind.
Dancing in the Graveyard
He’s half the man he used to bee…and he doesn’t have a leg to stand on! This is symbolic of dehumanization and mutilation, pure and simple.
Now his parts are back together again…he’s “fixed”. Note the scattered “body parts” of the obsolete and broken hardware in this machine graveyard.
Happy Borgs dancing like humans, amongst the obsolete and broken machine parts. The Borgs act like humans, the humans act like Borgs = cognitive dissonance.
Imma Fix Humanity: One Borg at a Time
The BEPs are then beamed down into the city, and they’ve become Borgs; enlightened and better, smarter, faster. They fall from the heavens down to Earth in blinding flashes of white light, like a morning star (small hint there).
The Erkel brothers are stuttering, broken humans. They are imperfect, and need “fixing”
Will.I.Am with heavy weaponry, illuminated for his mission to “fix” humanity – he’s ready to rock that (human) body with his awesome speaker gun. The humans in this video are all stuttering and broken machines that need to be fixed and improved.
Police-state and New World Order/Brave New World themes are very prominent in this video. The speaker cones replacing the usual gun barrels is very clever, and cool looking. It implies a combination of our sense of hearing and the presence of the guns and authority figures (soldiers and police) – so it has a sort of “Now hear this! tone – speakers, sound, hearing, authority, guns, obey.
But, these sound cannons are good things in the video (cognitive dissonance) because they are “fixing” the broken humans – by force, of course. There is no indication whatsoever that the humans have any choice in the matter.
All the Erkel type stuttering humans in this video (who are stuck and cannot move forward without Transhumanism) love the “gift” that they are given by the enlightened BEP Borgs, and they don’t resist at all. They apparently want us to see that resistance is futile, and that we can’t fight the future. As Will.I.Am says at the beginning of the video, “You can’t be futuristic and be afraid of the future.” If the Transhumanists get their way, there’s plenty of reason to bee afraid of the future.
The BEP borgs know what is best for you, just look at their loving, happy guns! They are aiming their Transhumanist ideas at you, and you need to be shot for your own good. They don’t look too happy about it, either.
The entire second part of this video has a very serious tone, which is a little odd considering that they are portraying their acts as kind, wonderful, and liberating humanity – once again, that is cognitive dissonance.
Seriously, does anyone out there not see the fascist police state/sexuality cognitive dissonance here?? Pleasure and punishment…
Then the black bad guy Borg and the white good guy Borg and the BEP Borgs and the new and improved humans are all dancing together and everyone is happy.We’re from the government, and we’re here to fix you!! We’re going to give you the future you deserve.
The giant Borgs are having a dancing contest. So, in this scene, the giant robots are dancing like humans. And the humans are dancing like robots. That’s usually thought of as a juxtaposition, but in this case it is also very much used as cognitive dissonance to leave a deeper imprint in the viewer’s mind, due to the conflicting ideas that are shown.
These kinds of ideas are used constantly in mass media, for exactly this reason – they force the viewer at an unconscious level to reconcile the conflicting images and ideas, rationalization, such as Fergie’s sexual attractiveness while carrying guns and shooting people…and machines dancing like humans while the humans dance like machines.
So here at the end, the black bad guy Borg apparently danced himself to death? The story itself didn’t make it clear why he died so suddenly at the end, but it obviously represents the old, inferior technology (humans) dying because it could not keep up and couldn’t handle the future, and it is being replaced by the forces of new and improved, enlightened technology.
The white good guy Borg and the BEPs and the new and improved humans have survived, because they have embraced the future in this new “Golden Age” of Transhumanism.
And, this is also just another version of the typical Hollyweird forced “happy ending”, to give the many clueless viewers the illusion of relief after the hurricane of cognitive dissonance they have just witnessed in this video. The twist here is that most viewers probably don’t realize that they have just watched their own race being killed here, and replaced by the Transhumanist vision of superintelligent, superhuman beings. This ending really drives home the primary deception in this story, and how powerful and effective these tools of Psychological Warfare truly are.
The idea of transhumanism has been circulating in mass media outputs, especially movies, TV shows and music videos. Imma Be /Rock that Body is of many videos portraying the upgrade of human beings to a super-robotlike status. The repeated recurrence of this theme simply cannot be a coincidence. It is rather the result of a steady agenda of desensitization, predictive programming and good old fashioned marketing. The trend is not about to die. Here’s Rihanna copulating with robots at Echo 2010.
And here’s Christina Aguilera’s next album cover.
I don’t know about you, but Imma Be a human.