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Wonder Girl’s “Like Money”: Promoting Transhumanisn Through K-Pop



Wonder Girl's "Like Money": Promoting Transhumanisn Through K-Pop

Wonder Girl's "Like Money": Promoting Transhumanisn Through K-Pop

We’ve seen in previous articles that the concept of transhumanism (which can be defined as the merging of humans and robots) is actively being promoted in mass media, whether it be movies, TV shows, music videos or video games (for articles on the subject, type “transhumanism”  in the search bar at the top of the page).

A blatant example of the promotion of transhumanism can be found in the Wonder Girl’s latest video, Like Money. This widely popular K-Pop group is crossing over to America (the song is in English and features Akon) and has been pushing Illuminati symbolism for a while.

Wonder Girl's "Like Money": Promoting Transhumanisn Through K-Pop

Member of the group Sohee in photoshoot featuring one-eye and Mickey Mouse mask (representing Mind Control). Many other symbolism pics of the group can be found.

In the video, the singers are depicted as robots constructed by faceless scientists and presented as “new and improved” versions of themselves. Yes, apparently losing one’s soul and becoming a remote-controlled robot is now considered an “improvement”. If you  want to watch the video, you can view it here.

Wonder Girl's "Like Money": Promoting Transhumanisn Through K-Pop

The video starts with scrambled video of a single eye, a fun way of letting you know that there’s going to be some Illuminati Agenda going on there.

The intro of the video describes “Project WG and is pretty much an infomercial for transhumanism. Here’s what it says:

“Project WG, deemed a success. Human genetics are combined with robotic enhancements. Yubin, Yenny, Sohee, Lim, Sun: Bionic women given the title of Wonder Girls. They are perfectly designed for complete domination. The future is now.”

These short few phrases contain pretty much all of the characteristics of the transhumanist agenda. By using words such as “enhancements”, “bionic”, “perfectly designed” and “domination”, the concept of transhumanism is sold as something better than regular old human beings. The last phrase “The future is now” is a nice example of predictive programming as it basically tells the viewers that transhumanism will inevitably be part of the future.

The next scenes of the video show members of the group completely blank and lifeless on high-tech operating tables and being put together by faceless scientists. Not only does it make transhumanism look cool, it is a great way of depicting puppets of the music industry. All of internal organs (even the heart) have been removed to be replaced by mechanical parts.

Wonder Girl's "Like Money": Promoting Transhumanisn Through K-Pop

If eyes are windows to the soul, than this electronic eye is a window nothing much.

The rest of the video features amazing lyrics such as “Love me like money, Love me like cars, Love me babe love me babe wherever you are” – proving that brains were probably also removed during “Project WG”.

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The Dude

One of the biggest weapons the devil uses against you is discouragement.

In fact I would say it's the biggest weapon. If people are discouraged about what the devil is trying to do…you don't have enough mental fortitude to do what you were meant to do.

So I refuse to be discouraged by the elite…or fearful of them for that matter.


right on


“Love me like money, Love me like cars, Love me babe love me babe wherever you are” also sounds like they are just mere materialistic objects and nothing more. It's really degrading.


VC, have you watched The Hunger Games?

I found that the movie is sick.. I don't get it, the movie is based on kids novels right?

I feel sick watching it.


I'm not if its based on a kids novel, but what I do know is that it is based on a Japanese movie and the Japanese movie was a whole lot worse than the Hunger Games movie.


I got a chance to meet the wonder girls while shooting at their US movie, in which I had a small part. They were very controlled.


I want to know more!


It might be a good idea to go over Psy's famous song, which interested Justin Bieber's company. Psy, whose very nickname is psychotic, has been a presence for 11 years; even though he was virtually unknown in America till now, few Koreans didn't know him. It was Psy's music video which made him known in America – someone should analyze it.


Kpop is really going crazy. Wonder girls were never like this. the song like money is so crap too and kinda bland and robotic i don't even know why akon even rapped with them. Funny how their american debut has symbolism like this…


Re: transhumanism, I once read a sci-fi story about a planet where the entire population had retreated into a system of technology and drugs that allowed them suspended animation in constant pleasure, in other words, immortality in a state of bliss. Or, at least it was supposed to, and worked that way for centuries, but eventually the pleasure centers of their brains were so overstimulated that the input became neverending pain, and they were powerless to stop it because they were hooked into machines that kept them in drugged stupor. There was nothing to be done except pull the plug and let them die to end their suffering. I was very young when I read that but it made an impression on me. You can seek to enhance the flesh all you want with machinery but it has limits. If you try to push past those, there is hell to pay. Better to be grateful for what you have and use technology mostly to help people who really need it, like a pacemaker or artificial limbs.


Reminded of Blade Runner… that movie with today's eye is very Illuminati and very transhumanist. In the book Deckard was a human, while in the film they "made" him turn out to be a replicant (in a mindf*ck way). Of course there are many films in the topic, just I was viewing that one recently.


If you want to know what the future of transhumanism holds, watch the movie Repo Man (2010).


It seems that whenever a kpop group release this kind of video i literally cringe. Like for instance shinee with their song lucifer. Their company lamely explained the meaning behind the title of the song. What im worried about is that young people especially the kpop fans sometimes blindly follow these idols to the point of being aggressively protective of these people. So raging hormones + visually stunning + coolness + "perfection" illuminati agenda has found an easier way to infiltrate the minds of these young people. And perhaps the idea of expansion of fame most especially to america. Im sad really im saying this from a point of view of occassionaly enjoying kpop music.


The last sentences you wrote..a trip. Love it


Here is what i am confused about , why do they feel the need to expose that they are mind controlled in all of these videos , photo shoots etc? is it part of a game? they get something out of it?


Stories of Satan often center around Satan going to God and asking God to allow Satan to control mankind's behavior, by overriding human's freewill, essentially turing them into robots.


what's Project WG?


Project Wonder girls


Again VC staunchly refuses to deal with IU, probably the most destructive K-Pop "artist" ever.

IU is deeply into occultism (cruel fairy tale) and symbolism (her Micky Mouse hairdo appears quite often).

In addition she single-handly drove K-pop close to extinction thru her style, which is diametrically opposite the trend of K-Pop.

Speaking about Micky Mouse, even North Korea, probably last place on earth without illuminati symbolism, began to feature it in national shows, with the young fatso leader and his wife watching it with fun.

There is no escape from it anywhere from the earth…

VC girl

The rest of the video features amazing lyrics such as “Love me like money, Love me like cars, Love me babe love me babe wherever you are”, I have to laugh everytime you get sarcastic. It reminds me of the lyrics in Brave New World :

"Hug me till you drug me, honey;

Kiss me till I'm in a coma;

Hug me, honey, snuggly bunny;

Love's as good as soma."


OK if you insist we might give him a go. Thanks!


Paralympics are coming up and here in England the Channel 4 are advertising it as 'Meet the Supperhumans' – transhumanism?

Lord Osmo

Horrible! We should evolve humankind through organic means like Frank Herbert suggested and not technological monstrosity. I really hope we can fight this kind of a future.


i enjoy watching k-dramas but i keep my distance from k-pop. It's no different from popular music here and I'm certain they employ the same "ear catching" methods that make songs hard to get out of your head. I gave one song a chance and it grew in my mind like cancer. The imagery was just so attractive that I was finding myself getting sucked into k-pop music very rapidly.

The images of the pop stars are so glossy and calculated and I see the way their fans all over the world eat it up and obsess over these k-pop stars who are notorious for having no control over their lives and being puppets in every sense of the word. It's really sad. At this point they could advertise their evil agenda even more blatantly than this and their fans would not care!!!! They'd eat it all up. I'm just not surprised to see this at all.



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