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The Storm Is Coming

Posted 11/29/2017

The Storm Is ComingThe Storm Is Coming

By Emme Olivera

If you are among the awakened people of the world, you are quite aware of the powers that be, funding extremists groups in pursuit of chaos, anarchy and the annihilation of nations, by any means necessary. The storm is coming. We must rise up and defend our life and nation using this same mentality as well, by any means necessary. As Edmond Burke once said, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing”.

A telling song of lyrical prophecy is a catchy tune aptly named, “Silent Running”, by Mike and the Mechanics. The song was said to be about a time traveler that warns his wife of the upcoming war and what she must do to protect herself and their children.


Take the children and yourself,
And hide out in the cellar.
By now the fighting will be close at hand.
Don't believe the church and state,
And everything they tell you.
Believe in me, I'm with the high command.


The song starts with obvious instructions for survival, yet turns ominous with the third and fourth lines which seem to illustrate that there will be disinformation coming from a multitude of previously, “trusted” sources. If you are awake, you already know that misinformation is rampant and we can only look to Citizen Journalism for truth.


Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running; can you hear me calling you?
Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running; can you hear me calling you?


Odd that this time traveler would ask if his wife could hear him running and calling for her. The chorus alludes to the existence of parallel universes existing on the same plane.


There's a gun and ammunition,
Just inside the doorway.
Use it only in emergency.
Better you should pray to God,
The Father and the Spirit,
Will guide you and protect from up here.


Aside from further direction for preservation of life is the obvious reference to a Higher Power, which he seems to be with in some form as they are, “up here”. Perhaps this prophecy is divinely inspired.



Swear allegiance to the flag,
Whatever flag they offer.
Never hint at what you really feel.
Teach the children quietly,
For some day sons and daughters,
Will rise up and fight while we stand still.


The song continues with instructions for survival suggesting, faking allegiance to the powers that be and teaching children in secrecy about the truth as these children will be the ones to fight this battle. Yet why are, “we”, standing still? Is this a reference to time? Are we too old to fight or are we the ones who will be the ordering leaders? Is this our war? Is this our time?

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Death Of The Democratic Party

Posted 11/28/2017

Death Of The Democratic PartyDeath Of The Democratic Party

By Emme Olivera


Liberal congressman, political commentators and even comedians are dropping out of the limelight and their professions en masse. You may have noticed this epidemic similar in body count per capita to the Black Plague, and the calls for more to resign grow as well. The current political climate is way too hot for some and as the saying goes, “If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen”. Almost daily, a new sex scandal erupts and it seems to have given rise to a national search for truth.

Many factors contribute to this era of transparency and the reported, $17 million, “Shush Fund”, utilizing taxpayer dollars to silence congressional sex abuse and harassment victims. Of note should be our incredibly modern and witty, President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump, and his use of Twitter to allow the world instant access to his inner thoughts and intentions.

We need look no further than the Classic Rock band, Queen, for lyrical insight into the mass exodus of our government representatives with the classic lyrics of, “Another One Bites The Dust”.

Oh! Let's go!

Steve walks warily down the street
With the brim pulled way down low.

Ain't no sound but the sound of his feet,
Machine guns ready to go.


OK, is it just me or is it incredibly odd that a man named, “Steve”, is the only person named in a song about mass death, when it was Representative Steve Scalise that was shot at a mass shooting targeting conservatives?

Are you ready, hey, are you ready for this?
Are you hanging on the edge of your seat?
Out of the doorway the bullets rip
To the sound of the beat

Are we ready? The song builds anticipation and couldn’t possibly be about actual murder. It has to be about proverbial mass death. Perhaps it is a prophetic statement about the current defeat and implosion of the Democratic Party, who appear to resort to desperate measures to preserve their morally and financially bankrupt party.

Another one bites the dust
Another one bites the dust
And another one gone, and another one gone
Another one bites the dust
Hey, I'm gonna get you, too
Another one bites the dust
The victims are far too many to name, and with the list ever growing, but inclusive of those publicly stating they will not seek reelection, to anticipated resignation of alleged sexual predators, to actual resignation.

How do you think I'm going to get along
Without you when you're gone?
You took me for everything that I had
And kicked me out on my own.

Many of our congressmen are egomaniacal and believe that we won’t be better off without them. We will. They take virtually everything we can afford in taxes and use it to fund their extravagant lifestyles instead of actually representing us and at the end of the day we are left, out on our own.

Are you happy, are you satisfied?
How long can you stand the heat?
Out of the doorway the bullets rip
To the sound of the beat

With the sheer number of people giving up and resigning, this ‘dropping like flies’, could be set to a beat if compressed as it is appears to be occurring at regular intervals. Are we happy? Hell, yeah we are. Bye. How long can they stand the heat? Time will tell.

Another one bites the dust
Another one bites the dust
Another one bites the dust
Another one bites the dust

Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes.

There are plenty of ways that you can hurt a man
And bring him to the ground
You can beat him, you can cheat him
You can treat him bad and leave him when he's down.

These congressmen have treated us horrifically and committed crimes that most of us cannot even imagine. There are many ways to hurt a man and we have been used and abused. It’s time for the table to turn and turn it has. It is no longer, we the people, who are down, It is our corrupt government officials.

But I'm ready, yes, I'm ready for you
I'm standing on my own two feet
Out of the doorway the bullets rip
Repeating to the sound of the beat.

America is ready for a new age, a world of transparency, compassion and accountability in government. We will stand on our feet as a people and take back our nation and our world. We will Make America Great Again.


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The Fall of Sex Trafficking Empires

Posted 11/26/2017

The Fall of Sex Trafficking EmpiresThe Fall of Sex Trafficking Empires

By Emme Olivera


Ivanka Trump recently gave a speech at the UN stating her father, President of the United States of America Donald J. Trump, had identified the targeting of global human trafficking organizations as a major foreign policy priority. It is estimated to over 20 million people worldwide are victims of sex trafficking. Not even a full year into the presidency and 1,500 arrests have been made thus far including pedophiles and human traffickers in the US alone. Rumor is that upwards of 4,000 sealed indictments are awaiting higher profile pedophiles. The arrest of 11 Saudi Princes and death of an additional two, leads some to believe that Trump is gaining ground in his war against child sex trafficking globally as well.

Of note is the vast amount of sex allegations and assault charges against political leaders and elite members of the entertainment industry. It is obvious that sexual perversion and pedophilia run deep within the circles of the rich and famous. These are the things Robin Leach never told us about.

For those of us who are awake and ready to hear the truth and see justice served for these millions of children, we have been following the posts on 4chan by QAnon who claims to have the highest level security clearance and insider information. Some even believe QAnon to be President Trump, himself. If he is not Trump, he is definitely someone very close to the Trump administration.

Trump is rumored to be giving us hints as well, with actions such as his tiny sip of Fiji water at a press conference which was awkward enough to make the news, and yet he was careful enough with his hands to allow the clear viewing of the Fiji logo on the bottle. Some believe this to be a sign that Fiji is a major hub in sex trafficking, others are taking a closer look at the company itself.

Many foresee a future with an eradication of child sex trafficking, torture and murder. With scandals such as #PizzaGate #PastaGate #PedoGate #ElsaGate, we are growing ever more anxious to see justice served, as we continue to #FollowTheWhiteRabbit down the rabbit hole to the truth.

As always we review the lyrics to a song to offer guidance and insight. Today we examine, “Welcome to the Jungle”, by Guns N Roses, written by Axl Rose. Axl wrote this about the dangers of Hollywood and includes some disturbing quotes which seem to hint at pedophilia.

Welcome to the jungle we got fun and games.
We got everything you want honey, we know the names.
We are the people that can find whatever you may need.
If you got the money honey we got your disease.

Fun and games, sounds childlike doesn’t it? They have everything you want. Leads one to wonder what they don’t have. “We know the names”, is a very telling line because that is exactly what we want. It continues with how they can find, “whatever you may need”, for the right price of course.

In the jungle, welcome to the jungle.
Watch it bring you to your sha na na na na knees knees.
I wanna watch you bleed.

Interesting that this jungle would bring you to your knees and make you bleed. Why would they bleed?

Welcome to the jungle we take it day by day.
If you want it you're gonna bleed but it's the price you pay.
And you're a very sexy girl very hard to please.
You can taste the bright lights but you won't get there for free.
In the jungle welcome to the jungle.
Feel my, my, my, my serpentine.
I, I wanna hear you scream.

As the song continues to get darker we get more hints as to the meaning of the song with, “take it day by day”, “you’re gonna bleed but it’s the price you pay”, “you’re a very sexy girl”, “feel my serpentine”, “I wanna hear you scream”. These are violent lyrics at the very least and graphically exploitive at worst.

Welcome to the jungle it gets worse here every day.
You learn to live like an animal in the jungle where we play.
If you got a hunger for what you see you'll take it eventually.
You can have everything you want but you better not take it from me.

This verse illustrates a situation getting worse every day and living like an animal, perhaps in captivity one could reasonably presume. “You’ll take it eventually”, is a strong statement devoid of restraint, power or self-control.

In the jungle, welcome to the jungle.

Watch it bring you to your sha na na na na knees knees
I'm gonna watch you plead.

Plead for what, freedom?

Watch it bring you to you
It's gonna bring you down, ha!!

Hasn’t it brought us all down? Can we justify keeping open secrets any longer? President Trump is right in his pursuit of destroying the global sex trafficking network and making the world safe for children once again. Our President not only wants to Make America Great Again, he wants to Make The World Safe Again. He is a gift from GOD. God be with President Trump and his family as they put themselves in grave danger to save the children of the world. Will you join me in following the white rabbit? Where does this rabbit hole lead?



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The Death Of The First Amendment

Posted 11/26/2017

Free SpeechFree Speech

By Emme Olivera

Free speech is something we, in the US take for granted every day. But what is it and why is it important?

First Amendment - Religion and Expression. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

As this states, we as US citizens, have the right to free speech and to tell the government our opinions about the state of our union and our world. Our government has a responsibility to hear our grievances and represent our collective desires. We also have the right to freedom of religion and to peaceably assemble.

There are limitations to this; most notably that you cannot threaten the life of the President of the United States, though many people unfortunately do. Also you cannot endanger others with your words, you cannot yell, “fire”, in a movie theater if there is no fire, as people could be injured trying to escape.

Charles Manson, served life in prison, and recently died in prison, for telling his followers to commit murder. He was convicted, though it was never proven that he murdered anyone with his own hands, only his words.

Essentially, we have free speech as long as it is not calling for violence, even if that free speech is insulting the nation that has afforded those rights to everyone. The players of the National Football League have decided that they would protest social injustices, for whatever that’s worth, by kneeling during the playing of the national anthem and presentation of the American Flag. This unpatriotic display has lead to continuing decline in ratings week after week as patriotic Americans decline to participate in these displays.

Though we have a right to free speech, our actions and words have consequences. For instance if you were to use your free speech in the work place, you may be terminated. Imagine for a moment that you own a small business and your employee decides to insult your customers. The employee claims a right to free speech and continues after being told to cease the insults, and this results in your loss of customers. Is this wise business management to continue to employ this person? Of course not.

Our right to free speech does not extend to other countries as 25 year old, Martha O’Donovan recently discovered. While in Zimbabwe, she allegedly tweeted that the leader Mugabe, was a dictator and a sick man. She was arrested and currently faces 20 years in prison.

Many countries forbid free speech, or others have started movements to limit speech. Thought Crime is a real crime in many countries. European nations, (26 at last count), have preemptively decided to disallow Richard Spencer from entering their borders for fear that he may speak and share his ideologies, which are non-violent, but potentially incendiary

In a recent attempt at a speech at the University of Florida, Spencer had to threaten legal action to have the right to speak. Though met with substantial objection, he was allowed to speak. The governor of Florida, Rick Scott, declared a State of Emergency, and called in the National Guard for the event which cost the state an estimated $600,000 for the roughly 600 seats available.

So how does this all end? Who will be next to be silenced globally, or even domestically? Antifa, is a Domestic Terrorist Organization which has been allowed to operate and rally, and promotes silencing what they consider, “Hate Speech”, by any means necessary. This includes assault. Many people have become the victim of assault by Antifa and Black Lives Matter, for simply supporting our President or even displaying the American Flag.

Imagine a world in which we must remain silent for fear of commiting a crime or of expressing opinions which may give evidence of our thought crime. Perhaps Pink Floyd attempted to warn us with the song, “Comfortably Numb”.

The song is widely believed to be about drug use, which author Roger Waters adamantly denies. Waters claims the story is about a fever he had as a child and the recurrence of the feeling during a concert in which a physician gave him a shot for what he believed was a stomach issue, turned out to be Hepatitis.

Is there anybody in there?
Just nod if you can hear me
Is there anyone home?

Does this refer to our denial of our right to speak and relay our thoughts and opinions? Is there anyone home? Can we truly be human without self-expression?

Come on now
I hear you're feeling down
Well, I can ease your pain
And get you on your feet again

Perhaps he is easing us back into a world of free expression and debate over ideologies. Perhaps there is hope to be on our feet again, proverbially of course.

I'll need some information first
Just the basic facts
Can you show me where it hurts?

Interesting that he would ask for information since that is precisely what is called into question. At what point can we tell people what hurts within our soul?

There is no pain, you are receding
A distant ship's smoke on the horizon
You are only coming through in waves
Your lips move but I can't hear what you're saying
When I was a child I had a fever.

No pain is exactly what we are told to feel, no thoughts either. The distant ship’s smoke represents that free speech and how it is now far removed and unthreatening now. “Coming through in waves”, does this refer to sound waves or muttled and censored waves? “Your lips move but I can’t hear what you’re saying”, this is the line that truly shows that this song is about suppression of free speech. It is as if we are in the feverish delirium where nothing makes sense and we cannot communicate.

I have become comfortably numb.

Have we not all become, comfortably numb, to this theft of our rights? Is our silent complicity about this atrocity, allowing it to continue to harm and silence the opinions of others. Where does this stop? How does this end?

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Assault On Traditional Values

Posted 11/25/2017

Traditional LifeTraditional Life

By Emme Olivera


Everyone wants to be a hero, strong and fearless. Yet we are deeply flawed misguided people by nature and design. I argue that we can all be heroes. We have the strength already deep inside, but to see it, we must first change some of our thought processes, institutional programming and preconceived notions.

Anyone who is familiar with my blog, knows that I find inspiration in song lyrics and this will be no different as we explore, Martina McBride’s, “In my daughter’s eyes”, written by James T. Slater, for clues to happiness and fulfillment. An aside, this song is about daughters, but keep in mind that this includes sons as well, if not more so, as little boys look to their mother as a roadmap to the kind of life they should pursue as grown men and the kind of family they will create.

In my daughter's eyes,
I am a hero,
I am strong and wise,
And I know no fear,
But the truth is plain to see,
She was sent to rescue me,
I see who I want to be,
In my daughter's eyes


Anyone who has had children knows how true this verse is. Our children see us as superheroes that can do no wrong. Imagine having a house full of these amazing little people, your own tiny fan club for the rock star you were born to be. The song continues, “But the truth is plain to see. She was sent to rescue me. I see who I want to be, in my daughter’s eyes”. And it is so true that those of us, who were traversing dark paths prior to having children, know that children do save us and give us a guide for who we want to be and who we can and should be.


In my daughter's eyes,
Everyone is equal,
Darkness turns to light,
And the world is at peace,
This miracle God gave to me,
Gives me strength when I am weak,
I find reason to believe,
In my daughter's eyes.


The chorus continues to explain the peace and light that is seen through the eyes of innocence and how inspiring that can be. It truly does give us strength when we are weak and give us reason to believe that the world can be a better place. They give us hope.


And when she wraps her hand around my finger,
How it puts a smile in my heart,
Everything becomes a little clearer,
I realize what life is all about,
It's hanging on when your heart is had enough,
It's giving more when you feel like giving up,
I've seen the light. It’s in my daughter’s eyes.


Children give us clarity about the purpose of life and stamina to dig deep and find reasons to continue when you feel like giving up. We all feel hopeless at times. Children let us see purpose when there was none and light in the darkest of days.



In my daughter's eyes,
I can see the future,
A reflection of who I am and what will be,
And though she'll grow and someday leave,
Maybe raise a family,
When I'm gone I hope you'll see,
How happy she made me,
For I'll be there,
In my daughter's eyes.

My children grew up and I hope they honestly see how they made me happy, gave me purpose and truly saved me from myself. I wish I could have been there more when they were little. I missed baseball and soccer games because of work. I missed holidays and choir concerts. We can’t change the past. But I have never heard of anyone, when looking back on their life, regret not spending more time at work.

My fear for the future is that these values are being lost. With Planned Parenthood promoting abortion as safer than childbirth for some patients, the Femi Nazi movement, Gender Identity politics as well as main stream media and the public school system indoctrination and promotion of alternative lifestyles, one has to wonder how many people will fail to find the happiness, peace and purpose that having children could bring them.

There is a war against the Traditional Lifestyle. And we must wonder why this has occurred. If you look to Agenda 21 and the Georgia guide stones, you can see that there is a real drive to depopulate the Earth to “sustainable” levels. Is this why we see the push to discourage reproduction and traditional lifestyles?

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Little Games, Taylor Swift and MSM

Posted 11/24/2017

Little GamesLittle Games

Little Games


After a recent blogger labeled Taylor Swift as a white supremacist, she fought back and threatened legal action if the story were not retracted. The wonderful and powerful, ACLU, issued a statement essentially saying that Taylor Swift is empowering white supremacists by not sharing her political beliefs and that her latest song, “Look What You Made Me Do”, had symbolism suggestive of white supremacy. WTF? Yes, this is the world in which we live.


Taylor has refrained from sharing her political beliefs publicly and rightfully so as her beliefs will undoubtedly alienate roughly half of her audience regardless of which side of the political spectrum that she identifies with.


 The public constantly criticizes celebrities who do go public with their politics, especially if those politics are conservative. Taylor is a smart young lady. Why would she share her politics? We buy her music because it is entertaining. I personally belt out the words when I hear her songs played on the radio, much to the entertainment of people who happen to be parked next to me at stoplights. Yeah, I’m that girl. Don’t judge me.


The song is presumed to be about all the people who have treated Taylor unfairly, but let’s see if we can decipher some politics in the lyrics.


I don't like your little games
Don't like your tilted stage
The role you made me play
Of the fool, no, I don't like you
I don't like your perfect crime
How you laugh when you lie
You said the gun was mine
Isn't cool, no, I don't like you (oh!)


Who plays little games? It seems most politicians do play little games. Tilted stage could refer to the tilted stage that Kanye West uses or perhaps it is a dig at a political party that tilts their politics and spins issues. Playing the role of the fool. Who has made a fool of Taylor? The media tries desperately and a recent Marie Claire article demanded that Taylor reveal her political beliefs immediately. It is truly sad that we live in a society that media believe they have a right to an entertainer’s private thoughts and beliefs. The verse continues with, “I don’t like your perfect crime”. Aha!!! We have it figured out now. Who has committed the perfect crime or crimes? This has to be Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Crime Cartel. The CCC is the new KKK. Who laughs when they lie? Again, this is obviously Hillary. But now we get into something about a gun. Who has issues with guns and gun control? Hillary does. Minutes after the mass shooting in Las Vegas she took to Twitter to push a Silencer Bill, even though a silencer was not used and would have caused barrel degradation and could have potentially ended the shooting sooner.


But I got smarter, I got harder in the nick of time
Honey, I rose up from the dead, I do it all the time
I've got a list of names and yours is in red, underlined
I check it once, then I check it twice, oh!

Ooh, look what you made me do
Look what you made me do
Look what you just made me do
Look what you just made me
Ooh, look what you made me do
Look what you made me do
Look what you just made me do
Look what you just made me do


The chorus illustrates how she toughened up and recreated herself after attacks on her reputation and how she has a list and one specific person is underlined in red. That person should be concerned, whoever it is. Or is this simply a reference to voting? You would underline the candidates on a sample ballot to be used as a reference in the voting booth with the vast amount of candidates and amendments to vote on, it is a wise choice. And being extra thorough in double checking your ballot for accuracy, as voting machines have been known to cast votes erroneously, is always prudent. The, “Look what you made me do”, could refer to who she was forced to vote for. Some candidates are so horrible that we would vote for a candidate that we don’t totally believe in to prevent a horrible person from becoming president. I have to admit that with Trump’s “locker room talk”, I was not happy about having to vote for him at that time. But it was the right thing to do and I am so super glad that I did now.


I don't like your kingdom keys
they once belonged to me
you ask me for a place to sleep
locked me out and threw a feast (what?)
The world moves on, another day, another drama, drama
But not for me, not for me, all I think about is karma
And then the world moves on, but one thing's for sure
Maybe I got mine, but you'll all get yours.


Kingdom keys could refer to our nation. Once belonged to me, could refer to freedom and liberties that we had prior to the Patriot Act or perhaps unsustainable mass immigration. Who asked for a place to sleep? Sounds like illegal immigrants and refugees to me. “Locked me out and threw a feast. What?”, now it really sounds like illegal immigrants and refugees that come into the country and receive benefits. “The world moves on another day, another drama, drama”, in looking at the world we see constant drama with sex scandals perpetrated members of the entertainment industry and government. “But not for me, not for me all I think about is karma”, and we are all hoping that karma will catch up to the CCC, “you’ll all get yours”. Let’s hope so. Lock her up, Mr. President.

I don't trust nobody and nobody trusts me
I'll be the actress starring in your bad dreams
I don't trust nobody and nobody trusts me
I'll be the actress starring in your bad dreams
(Look what you made me do)
(Look what you made me do)
(Look what you just made me do)
"I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now"
"Oh, 'cause she's dead!" (oh!)


Who doesn’t trust Taylor? The ACLU explained that quite well. Liberals don’t trust Taylor Swift because she doesn’t share her politics. Be the actress in their bad dreams, Taylor. They deserve to have nightmares about you after the way they have treated you. And then the most epic line of the song, “I’m sorry the old Taylor can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, ‘cause she’s dead”. In true Phoenix style, Taylor rises from the ashes to recreate herself and be stronger and better than before.


If there is any truth to this, we don’t currently know. I know I would love it if Taylor Swift shared my political beliefs but I respect her for keeping them private. It’s a smart business move. Though even if she were a dreaded, Democrat, I would still jam out to her tunes. Taylor Swift rocks!!! And, yeah, I didn’t catch any references to white supremacy, did you?


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Murder Of Due Process

35 Year Old Song Warns Of Fake News

Posted 11/22/2017

Fake NewsFake NewsConservatives on social media know the depravity of left wing hate. We get inundated with abuse, name calling and accusations. We are called, “racist”, if we have any pro-white message such as the recent, “It’s okay to be white” campaign or question anti-white hate. We get accused of being, “Russian Bots”. But what is a Russian Bot?

Russian bots, if we are to believe main stream media, are paid social media trolls that support a political candidate in the US in attempt at influencing election outcomes or public opinion. Newsweek recently published an article that stated more than half of Trump supporters on social media are Russian Bots. Other main stream media echo this belief as well.

Yet this discounts the true Trump followers, whom are passionate about this amazingly exciting time in which we are taking back our once great nation. We love Trump and believe him to be the answer to our prayers. We believe the President Trump is our last hope for making America, and the world, great again. An aside, if people are in fact getting paid to support Trump on social media, where do I apply?

So let’s examine the main stream media and their vicious and constant, “fake news”. Our main stream media has published so many smears, white lies and blatant untruths that volumes could be written about the subject. I am at a loss for where to start as it has become common knowledge that main stream media promotes fake news as a regular occurrence.  But has it always been this way?

In the Eagle’s song, Dirty Laundry, we examine the dark side of the main stream media. The first verse states, “I make my living off the evening news. Just give me something, something I can use. People love it when you lose. They love dirty laundry”. These media outlets truly do make their money from tragedies and one is to wonder if tragedy is not to be found, will it then be created? Does media truly, “love it when you lose”? It would seem they do not have our best interests at heart. And when the political motivations of sponsors are of utmost importance, spins could be a part of this agenda. How can you be fair and balanced if your sponsors disagree with your politics? Money talks, after all.

In the second verse we evaluate our news anchors. “Well I coulda been an actor but I wound up here. I just have to look good. I don’t have to be clear. Come and whisper in my ear. Give us dirty laundry”, this verse illuminates that our news anchors don’t have to be clear, “or honest”, and alludes to them being unhappy with their life choices and the regret that they, “Coulda been an actor but I wound up here”. This echoes the sentiment of what could have been had they not ventured down this dark and dehumanizing path.

“Kick ‘em when they’re up. Kick ‘em when they’re down. Kick ‘em when they’re up. Kick ‘em all around”, this verse shows the level of abuse that the media is willing to perpetrate on it’s victims, whomever they decide their victim to be.

The song continues to portray media as human shells devoid of compassion or substance intent on harming others, “We got the bubble headed bleached blonde, comes on at five. She can tell you ‘bout the plane crash with a gleam in her eye. It’s interesting when people die. Give us dirty laundry”. Could media be this heartless?

And the song gets darker with, “Can we film the operation? Is the head dead yet? You know the boys in the newsroom, got a running bet. Get the widow to the set. Give us dirty laundry”. This verse portrays the newsroom boys as heartless death mongers, completely lacking empathy and seeking to exploit true suffering.

Just when you think it can’t get worse the lyrics continue to get darker with, “You don’t really need to find out what’s going on. You don’t really want to know just how far it’s gone. Just leave well enough alone. Eat your dirty laundry”. This verse, I personally find the most telling as it implies that main stream media has no intention, desire or obligation to report the truth.

“Dirty little secrets, dirty little lies, we got our dirty little fingers in everybody’s pie. We love to cut you down to size. We love dirty laundry”, this verse further explains the love of main stream media for lies and destruction of integrity.

“We can do the innuendo. We can sing and dance. When it’s said and done, we haven’t told you a thing. We all know that crap is king. Give us dirty laundry”, this verse summarizes the song. “Crap is king”, summarizes media and their obsession with, “Fake News”.

How far media has devolved since the writing of this song in 1982, by Don Henley, would blow our minds. Written 35 years ago, this song is more relevant today than ever before.

Yet a new movement of citizen journalism is in effect. With technology and social media, virtually everyone has a smart phone to record events as they actually happen. Citizen journalists, like Laura Loomer and Mike Cernovich, remain ever intent on reporting truth to the people, they are the new wave of news reporting and thus deserve our respect and support as they have no corporate sponsors, but that is precisely why we can trust them.

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Duran Duran predicts NWO and Agenda 21

Posted 11/21/2017

Those who have ventured to explore Conspiracy Theories, have undoubtedly encountered UN Agenda 21. With its flowery wording and vision of a utopian, ecologically sound society, it seems ideal until it is examined further. Let’s cut to the part where the global population is to be maintained at 500 million people. That sounds nice until you realize that the current population of Planet Earth is 7.6 billion. Somehow for this New World to exist, 7.1 billion people need to cease to exist. How would this occur?

I am a YUGE 80s music fan. I remember when the Ethiopian famine made national news and various famous musician’s came together to help with the epic Christmas song, “Feed the world, Do they know it’s Christmas time?” I still hear that song on the radio every holiday season. But the thing that stands out to me now, other than the scandalous and culturally insensitive use of the word “Christmas” (insert eye roll here), is that we as a people, were concerned about the welfare of others. We wanted to save people. When was the last time we donated to help feed people on a mass scale?

These thoughts lead me to further examine the lyrics of Duran Duran’s Planet Earth. So often we sing songs and not really process meanings and symbolism within these lyrics. So let’s venture down the rabbit hole, being ever mindful of the New World Order and how depopulation could potentially occur.

As we begin to evaluate the first line of the song, “Only came outside to watch the nightfall with the rain”, it starts to occur that this is not simply about watching rain at dusk. Is it rain, or acid rain? Is “nightfall” simply sunset or is it a mushroom cloud darkening the Earth?

 “I heard you making patterns rhyme”, who rhymes as it becomes obvious later in the song that no one else is around? Perhaps it is a repeating sound that rhymes, like continuing bomb blasts.

The lyrics take a dark turn with the line, “Like some new romantic looking for a TV sound”, implies that there is no television programming available and that it is fanciful to believe that one might find a “TV sound”.

Yet the line of the song that stands out to me most is, “You’ll see I’m right some other time”, implying that this was a vision or prophecy of a post-apocalyptic world.

Further exploring the song, “Look now, look all around, there’s no sign of life. Voices, another sound, can you hear me now?”, If there are no signs of life, what voices is he hearing and who is he hoping will hear his voice?

The line is self-explanatory, “This is Planet Earth, you’re looking at Planet Earth. Bop bop bop bop bop bop bop bop this is Planet Earth”. Yet it seems that there is surprise at how Planet Earth looks at this point in the song.

“My head is stuck on something precious, let me know. If you’re coming down to land”. What is the precious thing that his head is stuck on and who would be, “coming down to land”? Interesting that on Planet Earth without any signs of life, that someone would come down to land unless perhaps it is the chosen few , (500 million), who would be allowed to survive, implying that they would leave the planet and return after annihilation of the 7.1 billion. “Is there anybody out there trying to get through”, paints an image that there are some survivors. “My eyes are so cloudy I can’t see you”, is this line referencing a mushroom cloud or just dust and debris after explosions?

The rest of the song repeats the previous phrases. So was this song’s dire warning of the global elite and the New World Order enacting depopulation through nuclear war in attempt at realization of UN agenda 21? We currently have world leaders that agree with Agenda 21, including past presidents Barack Hussein Obama and George W. Bush. Are these leaders not supposed to represent us? Do they have our best interest at heart? Question everything you are told especially from main stream media, which was very supportive of Obama and ask yourself why they are so aggressive in their attacks on President Trump. Duran Duran predicts New World Order Agenda 21Duran Duran predicts New World Order Agenda 21

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