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Life has no meaning


You may listen some people tell that school is important or college is important or your job is important.

They lie.

Nothing that has you as a main character is important for the simple reason that you are not important at all.

And that’s perfectly fine, we are not here to be important.

Of course we are not here to be happy either.

The only skill you need to learn in school and college is how to socialize and be a functioning human in society.



And that’s exactly what being a human means.

Life is not about being beautiful, or happy, or rich, or famous, life is about being functional.

It is very important to learn how to be a human, how to meet the right people, and how to maintain your social network.

There is an enormous connection between how smart you are and how useful you are.

And despite your own perception is very likely that you are an idiot.

You probably know a lot about a lot of things and you have been gathering information for years but that is not even related to how stupid you are.

Stupid people also receive information, read books, watch movies and browse the internet.

Life is all about looking back on your past self and realizing how stupid you were.

‘Oh, I don’t understand why I was in love with that mean woman!’ or ‘How can I be working 5 years for this asshole manager!’

And you’ll keep convincing yourself that even though you were stupid in the past, now you’ve got it figured out.


You will be a little less retarded the day you reach the understanding that you were idiot in the past and you are an idiot today.

And then you’ll smartly say ‘Well I was an idiot two years ago and two years before that and I’m an idiot right now too’.

The infiniteness of your stupidity is the most valuable lesson you may ever learn in your entire life.

So many people will watch movies or read books and think ‘Yes, I understand the meaning of this movie’ or ‘I know what the writer was trying to say in the book’.

No, you don’t.

Those people took the time to actually create a movie and write a book while you are here reading this article and being an idiot.

I’m an idiot too, I have nothing about life figured out and I’m probably the dumbest person in the planet but I have an advantage against you.

I admit it.




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Daily Mail 


Hidden meaning of children’s popular songs

When you listen to kids’ songs long after you are not children anymore, there is something disturbing you realize you were not aware back then.

Maybe because you only listen to those songs while being a kid or maybe you intentionally omitted the lyrics but there is a complete misunderstanding of what the song was trying to say in the first place.

And it is very disturbing hearing the same sons again knowing what they’re really about.

London Bridge is falling down

We don’t even bother trying to understand it, how bad could this be?

Aside from being a place where people jump to suicide, nothing sinister ever happens on a bridge, right?

Yes right but this song is all about starving children to death.

I’ve studied over the years as to what the collapse of the London Bridge in the song means.

The real interpretation is immurement; don’t know the term?

Immurement is the practice of entombing kids within a structure where they slowly die from lack of food and water.

Is a variation of being buried alive, where kids just get to suffocate.

The tradition is centuries old, based on the belief that such sacrifices would ensure the stability of the structures in which children were trapped.


London Bridge is most likely a reference to the sacrifice of a child within the bridge’s base to serve as an eternal custodian.

Your kids at school practice ritual sacrifices and you worry that video games teach them bad behavior.

Blow the Man Down

Let’s see, it talks about the ocean and an old skipper so there must have been a bad storm or something that caused him to get blown down, right?

Being blown down doesn’t refer to a strong wind or anything else you probably suspect about a bunch of men stuck at sea for long lonely periods.

Blow the man down is slang for a man being knocked to the ground, either from in-crew fighting or from the ships’ officers inflicting a little discipline.

Jimmy crack corn

The whole master’s gone away line is the source of the trouble here although we have no idea who Jimmy is or why everybody is so indifferent to his enthusiastic corn cracking.

Called Blue tail fly when first written, the original lyrics weren’t Jimmy crack corn but Jim crack corn.

If you actually read through the full song lyrics, it tells the story of an unhappy slave whose job is to follow around his horseback riding master and shoo away the flies.

However, a blue tail fly bites the horse, causing it to buck, and the master to be thrown and killed.

An investigation follows, for which the slave avoids being blamed for the death.

Remember what we said about the refrain, that it used to be Jim crack corn?

A quick search of the old English dictionary finds that Jim crack or gimcrack used to mean cheap and corn was shorthand for whiskey.

In other words, what at first sounds like a lament from a strangely loyal slave suddenly reads like the man is kicking back and enjoying some cheap booze after his jerk master’s death.

It makes way more sense this way; an oppressed slave would celebrate his temporary freedom with a cheap bottle of rotgut.

We’re not saying the song is bad or anything; rejoicing at the death of evil isn’t necessarily evil itself but our children are singing a song about getting high on scotch to commemorate that time a guy got his brains bashed in.




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The Reporter

Come Together, the truth behind the song

The Beatles are a band that almost everyone has heard of, if not heard of one of their songs.

Is also an amazingly overrated band and especially when talking about their lyrics.

Recently I read an article that stated Lennon & McCartney were the greatest songwriters of the 20th century.

Weren’t they?


Lennon was remarkably under talented, he was a awful guitar player, mostly confined to basic rhythm parts, and his piano playing wasn’t much better.

But as for his songwriting as well as Mr. McCartney, they were merely nostalgic hippies mentally affected by all kind of substance abuse.

All of their lyrics are silly, non-sense and old-fashioned.

In terms of melodic understanding, harmonic construction and composition structure, even ABBA were working on a better level than this faded charlatans.

Let’s focus on Come Together.

Melodies sound strained, tense, forced and they seem like they’re written for a completely different set of lyrics.

They’re pure hippie psychedelic babbling, the kind of thing that passed for profundity in the drug induced haze of the late 1960s.

‘He roller-coaster, he got early warning, he got muddy water, he one mojo filter’ is the most unsuccessful attempt to include subliminal messages on a song that was ever made.

The entire song has no mood, no atmosphere, no attitude or style.



The lyrics keep people guessing the meaning of it and whether you listen to it one or a hundred times it’s still not entertaining.

Every song lyric whether subconscious or conscious, tend to reveal something to the audience or trigger feelings but this song is clearly the exception that proves the rule.

‘Got to be good looking cause he’s so hard to see … ‘

This line subconsciously says something about the writer’s way of life.

The only thing a person has is their look because there is little else there to see, as in he’s got to be good looking on the outside because he feels there is so little on the inside worth showing.

This could also refer to their drives, motives, feelings, thoughts.

Is very difficult to understand why they are being a mojo filter, or a rollercoaster, or in muddy water.

There’s also a reference to the ridiculous, irrational assumption that an item’s intrinsic value is in proportion to its difficulty to obtain.

In other words, the foolish and illogical notion that the harder it is to get something the better that something must be.

It’s bizarre that these two guys got some credit for writing such astronomical stupidity. As far as individual musical proficiency goes, it’ll take barely a paragraph to pull these fakers from their Ivory Tower.

Of course art is largely a subjective matter and of course we all agree that ‘I wanna, I wanna, I wanna, I wanna, I wanna really, really, really, wanna zigga zig ah’ is probably not a master piece measured by any commonly accepted criteria but it holds up at least as well as ‘One and one and one is three’



Everything seems to be somehow hidden to these disturbed minded guys, who lived completely absent and disconnected from reality.

So remember, not everyone who has fame is talented.

Commercial success is not an indicator of artistic merit or quality.

Maybe the man that shot him was just doing what John Lennon asked in this brilliant song.


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 Billboard magazine  


Over the Rainbow song meaning


We all agree that Over the Rainbow has great orchestral arrangements and listen to it makes us feel calm and relaxed but the history behind this song is very interesting.

It was written in 1939 by E.Y. Harburg, a rich Satanist who worked with the secret societies and who controlled the Monarch Programming Church.

The symbolism of the lyrics was carefully chosen to be the basis for the satanic intelligence community’s mind control programming.

The initial verse ‘Somewhere over the rainbow way up high and the dreams that you dreamed of once in a lullaby’ is clearly full of satanic thinking and occult words use.

The message of the song is that we must rely upon ourselves for we alone have the power to save ourselves and that was the original lie of Satan in the garden.

Satan simply dressed up different and distributes his message in the most up to date way possible.

The second verse mention ‘Blue birds fly’.

The word fly originally was the Latin word flyn which means both a circle or the coil of a snake; in other words, the Devil.

And then ‘trees of green and red roses too’ is a reference to the symbolic colors that define the inverted triangle.



Rainbows are also associated with terrorist attacks planned by Satan together with Muslims.

The song reflects the basis of Satan’s Islam followers who nowadays commands the world.

We are 75 years away from the song creation and it’s still being sold and listening by children who are being programmed with total mind control as expected from them back in 1939.

American corporations are also instructed to use the song as background in every single presentation, meeting or employee get-together party.

They do it with the excuse of a training presentation, a new company policy instructive or even a social gathering photo showing.



The brilliant minds of Yoga and New Age also adopted rainbow symbols without realizing that they are building a bridge between Lucifer and mankind.

Part of the mind set of Satanism is that reality and fantasy become blurred as when we look straight at a rainbow.

This blurring has been part of the brainwashing that is being systematically given to American children at school when they made them create their own circular paper rainbow and watch the colors turn around until they seem to be all white.

Satan slaves have an incredibly difficult time trying to differentiate between reality and fantasy because of all the mind programming they have been subjected too.

If you don’t think some of this is true is because you are also being trained as many of us.

Why you think Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are together? And what happens with Madonna’s Super Bowl halftime show? Why did Whitney Houston die?

The answer is simple, because Satan is all around us and secret conspiracies are everywhere.


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