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We have to eat this transhumanist propaganda. We have to. They even try to push it via country music.

In the song Turn Me On Like The Radio by Rainey Qualley  you can see how desperately they’re trying to push this agenda.

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You know, I graduated summa cum laude
That’s why they thinking I’m Illuminati
And matter fact, let’s kiss and make-up
I’ll help you escape on my blue Ducati
Hallelujah! has a quite innocent explanation of this sentence. Complete analysis of B.O.B. and Nicki Minaj’s “Out of My Mind” by Vigilant Citizen.


Another song which makes me feel like vomiting. And sad.

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Truly a gift from ‘heaven’… This is so beautiful, uplifting, pure, energetic, dynamic and harmonic that this composition can only arise from a good soul. The sound of the mandolin truly gives a magic touch to these songs…

There are 11 tracks on the album Geografias by Júlio Pereira (iTunes link) and they are all just terrific. For me personally there is only one song that just doesn’t resonate with me perfectly, but everything else is just 10/10.

The lyrics of Jay Sean’s “2012 (It Ain’t The End)” surprised me. He tells us/the listeners to: “party like it’s the end of the world”. Not sure how that must be done…

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“for Israel, for the Jewish people, for the world, there should be peace…”

I guess what this sir forgets is that peace can only occur if you spread peace as well. And as long as Israel doesn’t spread peace in their own confiscated country, this ‘wish’ will unfortunately never become reality.

“for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” – Galatians 6:7

Capice, sir?!

If I had to name one song which is my “all time favorite” until today, I would choose this song. But the whole album is absolutely great, can listen to it over and over and over again.

In each tear there’s a lesson,
Makes you wiser than before
Makes you stronger than you know
In each tear
Brings you closer to your dreams
No mistake, no heartbreak
Can take away what you’re meant to be

The last sentence sounds like a sort of predestination or determinism to me, but like this song anyway.

Another great song on Renée Fleming’s album, dark hope.

Working for the church
While your family dies.
You take what they give you
And you keep it inside.
Every spark of friendship and love
Will die without a home.

Another great, great cover of the song by Arcade Fire, “Intervention”. This one really can make me cry. Why don’t we see it? Why don’t we see the problem we’re causing to others? Read the rest of this entry »

Just listening to a new album ‘Dark Hope’ of Renée Fleming and come across a very nice cover of the song ‘Mad World‘… The lyrics made me think again.

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