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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Extroversion and NWO Authoritarianism Do Not Mix Well

I have to make this quick, but it is a salient point that I do not want to have slip away.

I have an unsual personality type.    ENTJ is the Briggs-Myers classification, it's pretty rare.    Among other things, I am an Extrovert who is totally comfortable with being 100% by myself, at least for periods of time.    Outside the Briggs-Myers classification system, another aspect is a high masculine energy, which needs to be swayed and complemented  by some feminine energy or degradation occurs.

Plus I changed my own well system last year, so I got so many points on my "man card" that I don't worry about wearing some bright Aloha shirt, even in the midwest.

On pre flight from Ohare to Honolulu, I wore a light green Aloha shirt with some yellow flowers on it.   Of thousands of people I saw, I was by far and above the most "extroverted" among both males and females.     90% of the people wore all dark colors, not even earth tones.     It was bland, it made me think Orwellian. 

Then at TSA, the Orwellian thing became even more intense.   They have automated the Plastic Tray system  so that "agents" don't even have to touch the trays or push them into the scanner.    It is like an assembly line, and the travelers are the "workers" with oversight by the TSA.   Also rather than clear cut printed directions which could easily be displayed and avoid confusion....the important instruction were just occasionally shouted out by a TSA "agent" who was often a classical minority or immigrant with some type of accent.     It was odd, and striking.

TSA overlords shouting out hard to understand commands, whilst the "workers" took actions to feed the machines. 

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Also consider that our "elite" <eff I hate that word> overlords, the financial barron's that have ruled directly and indirectly for, really, centuries, have made sure that they have purchased the Entertainment industry and the Media. 

With the internet now reaching into it's fourth decade, there is 1.5 generations who grew up in that world.    The internet and near instant analytics via search engine topics, and social media allow the overlords to instantly analyze the effectiveness of their "messages".     This is perhaps the largest problem society faces.   And yet we can't extract ourselves from it.    Evil that you don't want to run away from.....now that is truly evil, like Amazon.

So this article on music trends caught by eye, submitted by Lot's Wife <web search that>.

A previous study covering 1980-2007 found that music lyrics have become more self-centered, with increased use of the words "me" and "I", fewer social words such as "we", and more anti-social ones such as "hate" and "kill".
This trend in lyrics are in tune with overall increases in loneliness, social isolation, and mental disorders across society.
The new study, based on a massive data trawl of 500,000 songs released in Britain between 1985 and 2015, found that as "happy" music declined, so did the popularity of songs sung by men.

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stock here --- so one of the so called "happy songs" that won awards in Europe is called Toy.    Sung
by a really fat Israeli female.    Read the lyrics, they are extremely negative, women are wonderful and divine and men are stupid and should not even expect to touch women, but be ready to be taught by women.  

Too classic -- the NWO meme, also to divide men and women and to reduce love.
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Ree, ouch, hey, hm, la Ree, ouch, hey, hm, la
Ree, ouch, hey, hm, la
Ree, ouch, hey, hm, la
Ree, ouch, hey, hm, la
Ree, ouch, hey, hm, la

[Verse 1]
Look at me, I’m a beautiful creature
I don’t care about your “modern time preachers”
Welcome boys, too much noise, I will teach ya
(Pam pam pa hoo, turram pam pa hoo)
Hey, I think you forgot how to play
My teddy bear’s running away
The Barbie got something to say, hey, hey, hey
Hey! My “Simon says” leave me alone
I’m taking my Pikachu home
You’re stupid just like your smartphone
[Pre-Chorus]
Wonder Woman don’t you ever forget
You’re divine and he’s about to regret
He’s a bucka-mhm-buckbuckbuck-mhm boy
Bucka-mhm-buckbuckbuck
I’m not your bucka-mhm-buck-mhm-buck-mhm
[Chorus]
I’m not your toy (Not your toy)
You stupid boy (Stupid boy)
I’ll take you down now, I’ll make you watch me
Dancing with my dolls on the motha-bucka beat
Not your toy (Cululoo, cululoo)
(Cululoo, cululoo)
[Verse 2]
A-a-a-Ani lo buba
Don’t you go and play with me, boy
A-a-a-Ani lo buba
Don’t you go and play, shake!
(Cululoo, cululoo) Wedding bells ringing
(Cululoo, cululoo) Money men bling-bling
I don’t care about your stefa, baby
(Pam pam pa hoo, turram pam pa hoo)
[Pre-Chorus]
Wonder Woman don’t you ever forget
You’re divine and he’s about to regret
He’s a bucka-mhm-buckbuckbuck-mhm boy
Bucka-mhm-buckbuckbuck
I’m not your bucka-mhm-buck-mhm-buck-mhm
[Chorus]
I’m not your toy (Not your toy)
You stupid boy (Stupid boy)
I’ll take you down now, I’ll make you watch me
Dancing with my dolls on the motha-bucka beat
[Bridge]
I’ll t-t-t-take you now
W-w-w-with me now, boy
[Outro]
(I’m not your toy)
You stupid boy
I’ll take you down now, I’ll make you watch me
Dancing with my dolls on the motha-bucka beat
(I’m not your toy) Look at me, I’m a beautiful creature
(You stupid boy) I don’t care about your “modern time preacher”
(I’m not your toy) Not your toy, not your toy, not your toy, toy
I’m not your toy, not your toy, not your toy, toy
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Artist says this, form your own opinion  -- is this man-bashing? Wrapped in a happy vibe? LOL

What does the song mean?

Netta herself says that the song is about: “The song has an important message — the awakening of female power and social justice, wrapped in a colorful, happy vibe.”
She has also said that lyrics behind the songs reference the Me Too movement.
She said: “I think the song is #MeToo, but it’s an empowerment song for everybody, and everybody can find themselves in it.”

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