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A-JAX and Ladies’ Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

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A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

Illuminati mind control symbolism does not only exist in the Western world. In Asia, the widely popular K-Pop scene is also replete with the same imagery. We’ll look at the symbolism of A-JAX’s “Insane” and Ladies’ Code “Hate You”, two blatant examples that prove the elite’s symbolism is truly international.

K-Pop (pop music from South Korea) has garnered an incredible following across the world as its machine keeps creating new boy and girl bands and music videos that become instant YouTube hits. The “Korean wave” has hit not only Asia, but also Latin America, Northeast India, the Middle East, and North Africa. However, while K-Pop appears to have become somewhat of an alternative to Western pop culture, it is not exempt from the Illuminati symbolism and the Agenda found in Western pop. In fact, the symbolism is often more blatant and in-your-face with K-Pop videos, causing me to ask: Is K-Pop truly an alternative to Western pop or just an effective way for the elite to get its message across in Asia?

A quick look at K-Pop videos such as A-JAX’s “Insane” and Ladies’ Code “Hate You” is all it takes to realize that mind control symbolism is as heavily pushed in K-Pop than it is in the West. In fact, both of these videos basically read like an MK-101 manual, using all of the symbols associated with it and portraying the stars as slaves. K-Pop has effectively become another outlet for the elite to promote its “mind control culture”, even alluding to its sadistic practices in stylish videos aimed at young (and unaware) people. (For more information mind control, read the article Origins and Techniques of Monarch Mind Control.) Let’s look at the videos and see how they fit right in with the MK Agenda that is also pushed in the Western world.

A-JAX’s “Insane”

A-JAX is one of these K-Pop “idol” boy bands that were completely created by a record label and reality TV. Their video “Insane” contains all of the hallmarks of MK symbolism. Furthermore, it clearly depicts the singers as mind-controlled slaves who are hypnotized in a mental institution and dissociate to a world full of MK symbolism. How much clearer can it get?

The video takes place in a mental institution room, where the band members held there are constantly hypnotized by creepy doctors. Throughout the video, the members dissociate to an alternate world while physically staying in the room. Causing a slave to dissociate is the basic premise of Monarch mind control and the video clearly refers to this. Why expose children to this sick practice? Because it is part of the elite’s Agenda.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The singer is in a room and hypnotized by a handler. Throughout the video, the clock displays random times, probably emphasize the fact that MK slaves lose all sense of time. Above the singer is a Baphomet head (we do not fully see it in this shot). This symbolic figure is an anchor point for the slave’s alternate worlds.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The video completely conforms to the “codes” of MK culture: Here, the slave’s dissociation is represented by “going through the looking glass”.

As seen in previous articles, “going through the looking glass” is the classic symbol for dissociating from reality. It was taken from Alice in Wonderland, a story that is used as a tool to program slaves.

When the slave goes through the mirror, he enters his “internal world” as programmed by his handler.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

In one scene, the “inner psyche” is represented by a room full of mirrors.

Those behind the making of the video appear to have a good knowledge of Monarch programming because this is exactly how the internal world of Monarch slaves is made to be.

“In programming Monarch slaves, mirrors are used a great deal. Within the Monarch slave’s mind, countless mirror images are made. The slave sees thousands of mirrors everywhere in their mind.”
– Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The concept of hall of mirrors to represent a slave’s mind is often used in MK-themed media such as Katy Perry’s “Wide Awake” (read the article about it here).

The slaves then go through another mirror to end up in another VERY symbolic scene: A room that solely consists of dualistic black and white patterns.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The pattern of this room was not randomly chosen: Dualistic patterns are used to program/hypnotize MK slaves.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

This painting by Monarch slave survivor Kim Noble (read the article about her here) clearly shows the importance of the pattern in MK programming. The similarities between the music video and this painting are too striking to ignore.

The video clearly shows that the scenes of dissociation are happening in the slave’s mind.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

After seeing this guy in the checkerboard room with wind blowing at him, we see him in the hospital room facing a fan, implying that he is physically in the institution but that his mind has completely dissociated.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

This singer has dissociated to another room. There are pentagrams all over his clothes. Combined with the Baphomet head behind him, this scene refers to the black magic rituals that happen during the slaves’ programming.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

At one point, the Baphomet-head’s eyeballs creepily turn towards the viewers, emphasizing its importance and letting you know that “it is watching you”.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

What kind of institution room has a Baphomet head right above the patient’s bed while he’s being hypnotized? A mind control programming site … nowhere else.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

Close-ups of the video camera tell the viewers that these A-JAX guys are not simply “Insane”, they are being monitored and controlled by their handlers.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The slave holds the “key to his psyche” but, as we can see here, it consists of two rear ends with no key, hinting to the fact that slaves do not own the key to their own mind.

All of this leads to the ultimate goal of Monarch programming: The fracturing of the core persona and the creation of new ones.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The multiplication of the slave into new personas.

Almost every single frame of “Insane” is filled with imagery associated with and used in MK programming. While the song is about them being “insane”, we clearly see that there is a lot more going on there. The singers are actively being hypnotized, monitored and controlled to dissociate from reality. Combined with occult symbolism, the video gives a complete picture of what MK culture is all about.

Ladies’ Code “Hate You”

Reading the title of the song and a translation of the lyrics, most people would believe that “Hate You” is about a girl that hates her boyfriend but cannot leave him. However, the imagery of the video communicates something a lot more disturbing. There are absolutely no references to a love relationship in the video but plenty of references to another kind of relationship: One between an MK slave and her handler. Not only is the video replete with the basic symbolism we’ve seen in previous articles, it symbolically portrays the sick relationship between programmed slaves and a sadistic handler.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The girl is sitting in a room full of dolls (which represent the slave’s alter personas). On the wall are tally marks used by prisoners to count days behind bars. We, therefore, understand that the girl is “confined” and held there against her will. For a split second, the image of a caterpillar appears on screen.

 

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

Immediately after, the image of a butterfly appears on screen – the symbol of Monarch (a type of butterfly) programming.

When we combine the dolls, the tally marks and the butterfly, we obtain a clear reference to Monarch programming.

“The name MONARCH is not necessarily defined within the context of royal nobility, but rather refers to the monarch butterfly.

When a person is undergoing trauma induced by electroshock, a feeling of light-headedness is evidenced; as if one is floating or fluttering like a butterfly. There is also a symbolic representation pertaining to the transformation or metamorphosis of this beautiful insect: from a caterpillar to a cocoon (dormancy, inactivity), to a butterfly (new creation) which will return to its point of origin. Such is the migratory pattern that makes this species unique.”
– Ron Patton, Project Monarch

While the two above frames are pure mind control imagery, the rest of the video makes everything clearer regarding its true meaning.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

Here the singer innocently (yet creepily) plays with a marionette.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

She then becomes the marionette, controlled by unseen hands – a classic way of depicting an MK slave.

The other singers appear in similar scenes. First, they play the role of the handler, then the slave.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

The singer holds the doll in a forceful, restrictive way.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

She is then held herself by unseen handlers.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

This singer gives the doll a cruel and unusual punishment: she burns one of its eyes using a magnifying glass.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

We then see her with an eye patch, implying that she got the same treatment and that she is a slave herself. Also, this is a slick way of flashing the unavoidable one-eye sign.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

Speaking of the unavoidable one-eye sign, here it is again.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

In this scene, the two singers are sitting behind a plate full of dolls that were torn apart. This is a symbol used to represent powerless and fragmented MK slaves. Like in A-JAX’s video, there’s a horned figure “presiding” over the scene.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

This singer is strategically placed in front of the horns, making them appear as if they were sticking out of her head. This indicates that she is playing an MK handler. Here, she is holding a doll’s head while brushing its hair.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

For a split second, the image of a Baphomet-like skull flashes on her face, emphasizing the fact that these horns are not there for random reasons.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

She then holds the doll’s hair, confirming that she was a handler basically torturing (scalping) a slave represented by the doll.

A-JAX and Ladies' Code: Two Blatant Examples of Mind Control Culture in K-Pop

A slave literally bound to her handler.

As a large number of screenshots taken from this video suggests, “Hate You” is pretty much a non-stop compilation of Monarch programming imagery. The members of Ladies’ Code are made to play the role of handlers and slaves, symbolically recreating some of the horrendous torture actual slaves have to live through. The chorus, which repeats “I hate you” three times to end with “but I love you”, can be interpreted as MK who despise their sadistic handlers, but that are nevertheless programmed into feeling something resembling love towards them. Sick? Yes.

In Conclusion

If you’re a regular reader of this site, you can by now easily recognize the specific set of symbols that are used by the occult elite its promote MK culture. Those who are part of the Monarch programming system have created a disturbing culture surrounding it, complete with esthetics and symbols that are now omnipresent in mass media. All of this is packaged with catchy tunes and good-looking performers, which causes young people to subliminally associate this culture with positive feelings, even making it fashionable. As the above videos prove, this is all becoming increasingly blatant and interpreting these videos through the mind-control lens is almost impossible.

While the mind-control culture appears to have originated in the United States, the exact same set of symbols and meanings are also present in the booming South Korean pop scene. The fact that this is happening proves two things: First, the set of symbols I describe in videos is NOT a result of coincidence. It is cohesive imagery that originates from Monarch mind control. Second, it is obvious that at the top of all music industries, whether it be in America, Europe or Asia, the same occult elite are promoting the same Agenda. Why does Baphomet have to be in all of these videos across the world? Because the horned head represents those in power, and those in power are not your locally elected politicians, but a global elite. Through these videos, you are being told what the elite believes in and the sick practices it engages in. Are people rebelling against this? No, quite to contrary, they are dancing to it and paying money to purchase it. I guess A-JAX aren’t the only ones who are Insane.



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Jojo

K-Pop and J-Pop (Japan) are very popular in Asia. This new pop music has melodies based on English lyrics, but sung in Korean etc. Yes all their videos have this blatant symbolism. It is deliberate. Clearly it is made by Western illuminati producers, as asians cannot and had not made such music before. It jibes perfectly as masons are moving their factories to asia and taking over there as well. They love asian group culture, snickering as they market synchronised robotic dancing and singing as something new and "expressing yourself" when it is the old Asian conformity ethic.

BTW the author of Alice in Wonderland is a pedophile who liked taking nude photos of little girls. The story was not for his daughter but someone's daughter!

Willie

As i said many times before: nowadays the pop corporative industry is more heavy, filthier, more extreme and shocking than the most of black/satanic heavy metal bands! In fact, compared to this "evil pop", black metal bands looks like child's play! LOL

It's all inverted, my friends – banks steal, the mainstream media disinform, the schools dumb down, the pharmaceutic industry spreads illness, the food industry is poison, pop culture now shocks people, etc. Maybe we already live in the NWO.

hvns

Well said. It is inverted. Strong reminder for us not to be part of the ugly worldwide deal how to sell humanity onto darkness.

scotlandALIVE

We are already in it. Havent you seen the cameras?
George Orwell knew it as well as i do now, as well as many have before me.
Darkness reigns for a while then light blasts through to kick its a-s.
Cant defeat light.
Yup.

Mel

It's really scary!
now that I think about it, Bigbang music videos are was really creepy. I just never took the time to really study it. I just stay away from anything that creeps me out.
What happen here is all but coincidence.
Some choose to ignore it but I won't.

yolo

Now 2 members died… coincidence?

Steph

I'd love to see an in depth article about the K-Pop training system. From what I am able to understand they are moved to a "boarding school" at about 9 or 10, where they are then brainwashed, given plastic surgery, and groomed for the media. I found it interesting that the Wikipedia page for K-Pop suggests that the movement began after the arrival of Western entertainers in Korea… specifically when Marilyn Monroe played a USO show for the troops in Korea. There she is again, the original MK Kitten Marilyn. Seems to me the powers that be put a branch of the Monarch system in place and dubbed it K-Pop.

Elli

Actually, the most interesting thing is how it has evaporated through the years. I have followed east asian pop culture for many years, from the time when people barely knew South Korea existed. When I began my interest in the Korean pop, it was very pure! And generally, the Korean society was very modest and "innocent". However, this uniqueness gathered a lot of interest (which is how the kpop wave practically began – people were sick of all the talk about sex & hatred and murder in the western music) and the more international fans kpop got, the more the industry felt like they had to "adapt". The entertainment companies started to investigate what is popular in America and the west, and then bringing it into the kpop to "get more followers" (not realizing that it was the ABSENCE of the western music that attracted us all in the beginning…) Collaborations and deals with the American music industry began. – And that's when I started smelling illuminati. I had never seen occult symbolism in kpop before but after the companies started getting serious influences from America, I saw it more and more. And these days – it's literally EVERYWHERE. I… Read more »

RRR

I was a listener to Kpop and let me tell you, there are too many MK related themes or even satanic to some extent. One of the major fad now is a shirt with ''Satan 13'' written in a BIG AND BOLD the size of the whole back. Then even their talent contest which is equivalent to the X Factor has a big pentagram as its logo. But of course its not in your face however, you can definitely see it at once if you are a reader of this site. The name is Superstar K. Plus every artist is manufactured. They train for years in their respective companies tight watch and none of them can be out in the public prior to their debut. They say they train for acting, singing and dancing but I don't think that's the case. Some even train for 10 years before they can debut as an artist and most of them start as young as 10 years old. They have no musical freedom or freedom AT ALL. The company dictates what they do, how they should act, how they should look etc. Even their own income isn't in their control. Some artists only… Read more »

Max

This is the price South Korea is paying for being a "developed" country. Another "nouveau riches" story. Before the coming of the US troops into South Korean land, in the 1950's Korea War, this Asian country was a poor, desperate one. Since then, Koreans received economical, political, educational, cultural, technological and commercial aid from the United States. And the results are highly visible now. Global corporations, hi-tech industries, a strong influence in the world, a cultural poise, performed in this case by this K-pop phenomenon…But stop for a minute and look at the other Asian countries that don't have South Korea achievements. They are less perverted, have no greedy eyes and still live a traditional family life. Instead, South Koreans, for all their megacorporations, wealth, K-pop and marketing, have one of the world's highest suicide rates, and when they "invest" in poor countries like many of Latin America, the only thing they do is arrange "maquilas" or infamous factories that treats workers like slaves, making them work 14 hours a day, with brutal manners (including sexual harassment of female workers) and nasty ridiculous wages. And South Korean corporations are buying million-acre land extensions in Latin America, Africa and Asia, making… Read more »

hvns

One correction – not South Korea alone. We all know what is up to Western World. Soon the world as we remember it will become barely recognizable. That is not decadence that is decay which brings about powerful judgements upon us.

SueNomi

Just noticed that A) Ashley is the one burning out the doll’s eye but the late Rise is the one sporting the eye patch! Also, Rise is the only one dressed as an innocent in the white dress but is also seen in the strange black dress with the odd head piece. A foreshadowing of her massive head trauma?

Ivan

2 ne1 the video I'm the best , is full of illuminati simbolism , it's everywhere , there's 1 eye there's a pyramid , and a bunch of slaves

Black Mamba

I don't understand why you find this so surprising, VC… This symbolism, and the machine behind it all, is not exclusive to American culture. It's the New WORLD Order.

BAd

I listened to the second song on youtube and had it stuck in my head for like 15 minutes!!! I literally got freaked out because it was just ringing in my head and the message was so primitively negative: HATE!!! I HATE YOU!!! It does seem like real life mind control. Very negative vibes from this, not even just "dark," like some art that takes you to the dark side, but just NEGATIVE. There's a difference between "darkness" and "sinister." This is sinister.

Lynn

I'm pretty sure they were just trying to go with a creepy cute theme??? Mk ultra s--t is obviously creepy, maybe they just added refrences in there to go along with creepy cute things. Broken dolls and such are used in a lot of popular jpop and kpop culture. I'm pretty sure Its not because of mkultra though. The "slave bound to her handler" is probably a reference to the red string of fate that binds one person to another. "I hate you, but I love you" There's a lot of relationships like this. Like you love your significant other, but yet you hate how they act sometimes, maybe they cheated. Also why are you complaining that the video doesn't fit the song? Have you been stuck under a rock? A lot of videos don't match songs, it's not something that rarely happens. I can't say much for the boy band considering that I don't care for them, but like this is super disrespectful to Ladies Code. You know what they say, don't look too hard into the abyss, or else you'll just see yourself. It's just a video, don't think too much of it.

Child of Isis

I like K-Pop and J-Pop but I think since Psy song Gangnam Style was so popular last year – more and more westerners are listening to K-Pop because before the only people that ever listened to K-pop or J-Pop were nerds/otakus like myself. Sadly I hate it when music from other cultures that want to be become world wide can't do so unless they americanize their videos their persona because if they don't they don't get played on the radio anymore. Like seriously I haven't heard anything new from James Blunt or that artist that made that song 'Pocketful of Sunshine' – to pretty much be famous especially in America you gotta do what all the other A- List celebs do.

Brad Zimmerman

Fantastic article, VC. I wanted to throw something out there for conversation or maybe to someone reading that has experience with this or knows someone that does. It's my understanding that artists who are young and relatively unknown have little, if any, creative input on their videos. If they're fortunate enough to secure a recording contract, they're pretty much told how it's going to be and what their video will be like with no say in the process (and we can debate the use of fortunate with regard to securing a recording contract at a another time).

Are these artists told what their video is trying to convey or are they merely told where to stand, what to wear, and how to dance? I'm of the impression that until an artist develops some clout they are at the mercy of the corporation that is footing the bill for production and distribution leaving them left to wonder about the true meaning behind their videos just like everyone else.

Any thoughts on this?

James

Hi Brad,
great post, this is something that I've been wondering too. I honestly believe that artists don't pay too much attention to what they are conveying, probably believing the whole 'ignorance is bliss' statement as everyone knows the industry is 'cut throat'.

I personally think there are two types of artists: A) those that are recruited at a young age and are real MK slaves eg Britney and B) those who are give up their rights sooner or later for longevity or they just don't have the choice eg Katy Perry. I guess either way they get told what to wear, what to sing, how to dance and act.

Anonymous person

The red ribbon around their wrists is a "red string of fate" reference.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_string_of_fate
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/RedStr
http://www.philipchircop.com/post/24673394216/red

In Asian cultures, this is a belief in a string of fate that connects people who share a destiny, most often lovers. It's most frequently portrayed as a red string that wraps around the pinkie finger of one lover to the other's, connecting them spiritually, though there have been depictions that use other parts of the body; for example, wrists, such as what we see in the video. It's a fairly common visual metaphor in East Asian culture, to show how, for example, a couple in an anime are "meant to be".

It's a binding metaphor, but not one for a slave/master relationship. More like soul mates, rather.

M&Ms

Did you also guys know that all kpop idols are trained in secret for 4 years before releasing their first album? 4 years!!! They recruit them around the age of 12-13 to have them ''ready'' (aka fully MK'd) by the age of 16-17 (which is just the perfect age to exploit them as sex kittens) Parents sign those contracts without thinking in hope that their kids will become a money making machine, but the reality is that they make around 3 to 4k a month (which is not that much when you know that they train for 10+ hrs a day, are always on the road, diet constantly and live on energy drinks/stimulants, those in the bussine are fully aware that those kids will end up with many serious health issues later in life but no, gotta milk them while they still can!) Korean's mentality has also completely shifted since group idols became popular, now 1 on 4 girls has plastic surgery, heck it's now common that the parents pay for their surgeries as a graduation gift, what a self confidence boost it must be when you know that your parents are ok with having your face redone! What a… Read more »

Noodle

I'm not really supporting Kpop but seriously not all of them train for 4 years. Some who already have the talent(due to past dancing experience etc) can be trained for 1 year plus only. And also, you should check out Sistar for a dose of healthy kpop bodies.

Christina

SIGH! 🙁

Colm

Only major acts like SNSD, 2PM, Big Bang and IU touch sizable sums. Even Suzy(MissA) , who has more than $10 million (US$) in endorsements, has not made more than $500,000.

It is unlikely that the members of these minor acts would ever see big sums, although if they are lucky they could eke out an existence of Kwanghee of Ze:a (a 3rd rate group).

Alonso

Actually a lot of the idols are millionaires and there are dozens who didn't ever train for a year. And having plastic surgery isn't even that bad and if it wasn't frowned upon in the US peole would constantly do it so please stop being ignoran and know what you're taking about.

anonymous

Please do a review on G Dragon and his new MV???

kat

When the singers cut the red ribbon tying them to the gentleman in the sunglasses, it's a reference to an eastern belief that the "red thread of fate" ties to you important people in your life. It's usually (more commonly?) believed to link you to the person you will marry. But anyways, in the video, it's a symbol of the girls wanting to break that fate.

Chi

Literally EVERY K-pop music video looks like this. It's unable to be watched, just disgust with every second of over-packaged symbolism. I think there should be more articles about k-pop so its fans would occasionally find them, sadly it would be troublesome, because it would take a lot of work 'cause every found video fits in and there's a lot of them.
There's a new video of a hugely known rapper G-Dragon, there's nothing but symbolism and his fans call him "original and creative" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C8T6771Sdj8 I don't really recommend to watch it, also the song is repetitive and sticks in head like is made for hypnotizing.

hlpmom

couple years ago I discovered K-pop and really liked it and soon wouldn't listen to anything but it. I thought it was a refreshing escape from the disgusting music that we produce here in America. they didn't sing about drugs or sex or killing people and they didn't degrade women in their music. it all seemed innocent and upbeat but when I discovered VC couple months ago and started seeing the symbolism everywhere I was so disappointed. G-dragon used to be one of my favorites but over the past year I felt something wrong with the way he was dressing and his videos especially Coup D'état and She's Gone seemed sinister. now I stay away from any kind of music except Christian rock. any song that doesn't glorify God I wont even listen to

ChrisNajar

Not surprising at all. Maybe people involved in K-Pop see the trend in the western world and they say: "Hey, these people love Baphomet, dolls, dualistic patterns, mirrors and mind control… and they are making big money. So that's the formula? Then let's do it!"

Too bad. Korean girls are sooooooo lovely and cute.

hmmm

I think some of them must know its more than just a trend.

anonymous

Im sure most of the big companies in Korea know its more than just a trend. These singers are very manufactured. Kpop manufactures their singers even more than some western record companies. And tge masses just eat it up and follow trends. Stupid. Thankfully nothing about kpop and none of the Korean singers appeal to me.

Josie

I'm Korean. Believe me. They know this. And sadly, this is not the first music video that depics dolls, Baphomet, dualistic patterns, mirrors and the theme "mind control". I do not watch TV but I even know 3 more music videos which describe the same. I think a lot of Korean young girls sold their souls to "evil elite group" to get money and fame. There are 3 major music companies and the music videos and songs made by these companies are just soacked with this agenda. And there are lots of evidence that these companiese are connected to "So-called- Jew's-capitalism" e.g Rothchild. One of the CEO took a picture with a French Rothchild. Can you smell a rat?

Bridge

Which CEO took the picture with the French Rothchild? 😮

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