Friday, June 18, 2010
Get Your Revolution On! (for $20.99)
"Hollywood is a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss and fifty cents for your soul. I know, because I turned down the first offer often enough and held out for the fifty cents."
— Marilyn Monroe
the price of fame....this is something that's been rolling around in my head that i wanted to go ahead and type out. this is just a quick post in the midst of an intense course of schoolwork and other personal duties. i'm trying to wrap up that alejandro post, the beyonce as Oshun pt. 2, and other posts...bear with me.
is it worth it?
a theory that makes sense to me is that alot of these so-called illuminati pawn celebs are merely "playing the game"...to what end? some may "play the game" simply for the material gain and the "love" and adoration hat may replace their formerly depressing lives i.e. poverty, obvious abuse/trauma if MK is involved, and, sadly, even if not officially MK'ed as there is so much physical and sexual abuse in even "normal, everyday" people's homes....many of these celeb, we know, have had their life stories doctored up for them, and it's hard to tell the real from the fake (i.e. was jay-z really the sad, poor, negro who sold drugs to put food on the table? many suggest he is a "pussy ass nigga" who never sold a lollipop, has familial connections to the actual Rockerfellers, and never sweated a day in his life because he sold out quickly or was already being primed to be "in the circle")....nevertheless, whether their stories are false or true, one may admit that anyone, having had a decent life or not, would appreciate an opportunity to have more financial stability and get to use any given talent they may possess.
let's take michael jackson for the following illustration. let's say he knew all about the demonic worship, the mk ultra, the trauma, being a tool to dumb down the masses and bring about a new secular order of filth and licentiousness and materialism...let's say he knew all that. but he still played along. granted, as a child being abused/raped by Papa Joe and others was not a game he wanted to play along with, nor did he ave a choice. but let's say when he got older, faced his fate, and weighed the immense burden of being a victim of that level of fame, that he said "it's okay. i'm in this position, i'm a slave to them, i'm being used to corrupt the minds of the masses through their manipulation of my image and talent....BUT i'll play on a little longer until i'm financially well enough off to protect myself and use the very fame they primed me for against them"
a person of mj's status and influence was very valuable to the illuminati: he was and still is a GOD among men/stars/performers. he could wink his eye and it would be the next best thing since the crucifixion. (don't get me started on mj's own crucifixion).....imagine him using that fame to spread a positive message?
yes, we know, we know. we've all seen the theories and rumors and evidences that his unrealized "This Is It" concert series was supposed to be a grand unveiling and warning to all of us on several conspiracies he was no doubt privy to.
so. imagine you were in that position. you've been tortured for years, decades, been a slave to the corporations, committed unthinkable acts, and have to live with the guilt that your very fame is the very thing that is helping the masses of this world turn away from the truly divine, to worship money, possessions, and entertainment figures. mj as the devout man he no doubt was, i'm sure was haunted by this fact.
BUT does it balance out? when he sings "heal the world" and "earth song" and "they don't really care about us" and "will you be there?", does it balance out "bille jean", "rock with you", and "beat it", as well as "thriller" which i've heard somewhere was a veiled reference to his sexual prowess lol....
"Why You Wanna Trip On Me"
They Say I'm Different
They Don't Understand
But There's A Bigger Problem
That's Much More In Demand
You Got World Hunger
Not Enough To Eat
So There's Really No Time
To Be Trippin' On Me
You Got School Teachers
Who Don't Wanna Teach
You Got Grown People
Who Can't Write Or Read
You Got Strange Diseases
Ah But There's No Cure
You Got Many Doctors
That Aren't So Sure
So Tell Me
Why You Wanna Trip On Me
Why You Wanna Trip On Me
We've Got More Problems
Than We'll Ever Need
You Got Gang Violence
And Bloodshed On The Street
You Got Homeless People
With No Food To Eat
With No Clothes On Their Back
And No Shoes For Their Feet
We've Got Drug Addiction
In The Minds Of The Weak
We've Got So Much Corruption
We've Got Streetwalkers
Walkin' Into Darkness
What Are We Doin'
To Try To Stop This
Why You Wanna Trip On Me
was it worth it?
do you risk the martyrdom to attempt to spread the message, even if it is highly veiled in coded language only the awakened would understand anyone? do you preach to the choir? or console yourself by hoping even if the sleeple don't know exactly what you mean, the small bit of awareness/positivity may reach them still (every little bit counts, doesn't it?) like erykah badu said:
i'm tryna give birth to church
but everybody wanna ask this Earth [badu is a member of the nation of gods and earths aka 5%ers]
"what good do your words do
if they can't understand you?
don't go talkin that shit, badu"
Erykah, "do some ho shit"....indeed, Erykah...are you skirting the edge now?
Some contributions (besides the one fan video above) from her new baby daddy:
A song he released before Michael's death:
but, you must admit, mj is the only one of his level of fame in our current generation speaking out about the environment and the harrowing social issues we face in the real world while everybody else wants us to just dance
but does it realy sink in? do people really remember his social messages, the album cuts? no, most people asociate mj with crotch-grabbing, shirt ripping, "hee-hee" moonwalking, and a kid who apparently wasn't his....they say "that boy was strange and looked like a mutilated old white woman but he SHO COULD DANCE HIS ASS OFF"
Is this how we'll remember him in 5, 20, 50 years?
what happens to our martyrs when they end up on t-shirts, on coffee mugs, in "guitar hero?" their live and message and art is commercialized, capitalized off of and their souls made into kitsch, where we remember the face, the name , sometimes even the tabloids, but not who they really were....i know children today who don't know who kurt cobain was but can scream "oh that's my song" when a botched cover version of heart shaped box comes on guitar hero....girls in the clubs on that patron with marilyn monroe t-shirts 8 sizes too small suffocating their dd's but dont even know who she is or that she said:
"I've never fooled anyone. I've let people fool themselves. They didn't bother to find out who and what I was. Instead they would invent a character for me. I wouldn't argue with them. They were obviously loving somebody I wasn't."
— Marilyn Monroe
Even Jesus himself...look what they've done to him: castrated him, emasculated him, bleached him, put a long straight-haired wig on him (sounding familiar??), twisted his teachings, used his influence for bloody deeds, invoked his name in criminal acts, mocked him, laughed at him, disbelieved him, blasphemed him...
is it worth it? who's listening? who's remembering? who's re-membering Osiris?