Unholy trinity: Sex, drugs and rock and roll (part V)

Unholy trinity: Sex, drugs and rock and roll (part V)

Though surely, there are those who think it may be unbecoming, one simply could not resist the urge to gloat. Merely one day after identifying Roseanne Barr (See: Lottery: the longer you play the more you pay) starring as a host actor in a fake lottery commercial, the elite controllers have chosen to pull the plug on Roseanne’s television show:

Though perhaps it would be presumptuous to imagine, nevertheless, the ruling elites are beginning to run scared from the overwhelming possibility the peasants are catching on to their decades and even centuries of psychologically based nonsense. And I’m certain the loyal readers here at Newsspell have become aware this may be so.

At any rate, on to the matter at hand.

Rock and pop superstars, of the type that transcend the parameters of entertainment to become almost archetypal totems in the public consciousness, are also merely tools of the ruling elite Jesuit families. After all, when an entire industry becomes monopolized by a handful of colossally powerful financial interests, those contracted to work on behalf of elite, monopoly business interests can be built up into culturally influential figures, figures that can, in turn, influence public behaviors for the benefit of globally expanding commercial interests.

One must comprehend that the music business, and to a very large extent the whole of the entertainment industry, including sports, represents a colossal psychological operation, designed not only to increase commercial profits through the presentation of bread and circuses, but also to shape human perceptions of prevailing culture, politics, and to shape and mold mass human consciousness itself.

There is oftentimes an overlooked irony concerning the concept of popular music, in that, while representing a ‘universal language’ capable of enchanting millions from all walks of life across social, political, and economic boundaries, many still refuse to believe or are yet unaware of the more profound and lasting effects – mostly negative due to the intention of its clandestine purpose – upon psychological and behavioral entrainment, designed to segment humanity into units of commercial demographics that can be profitably exploited by the prevailing commercial system of the ruling elites.

In this installment, the aspect of psychological entrainment as it relates to the mass marketing of popular music shall be investigated and explored a bit further.

But first, one shall reveal even further evidence of the actor based reality of psychological operations as it pertains to the profit making machinery of the pop music industry.

For, as one shall soon discover, a pair of iconic, popular performers of the past decades were indeed, not who they claimed to be, and were, incredibly enough, portrayed by the same host actor. Continue reading “Unholy trinity: Sex, drugs and rock and roll (part V)”