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Old 22-11-2015, 05:50 PM   #31
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And you can also cross reference anything I say to that Fritz bullshit theory and I'm a pretty good candidate for experimentation based on my BRIEF intro
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MAYBE I need to start TYPING key words in CAPS.
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Old 22-11-2015, 06:07 PM   #34
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Anyone who believes in mind control and DOESN'T believe it's used in advertising/corporate interests clearly hasn't done enough research, or is completely blind to the facts because it's not as "cool" as talking about handlers, and MKUltra. (Or is off their meds, and in that case I do apologize.)

Just like Tjet said, our entire cultures and commerce are based on finding ways to make people feel they NEED something, because if they just WANT something, they might decide against it.
Making people feel shitty about themselves is a collective way of protecting entire industries (yes, like the makeup industry.)
If we like ourselves for who we are, for example, we'd buy less to make us look and feel better.
If the same clothing was always in style, you wouldn't need to buy something new all the time.
It's not even particularly malicious, it's just capitalism taken to harmful extremes.

We in America are pathetically easily triggered by words and ideas relating to religion, "patriotism," and bi-partisan politics, which is again a great way of keeping us easily politically controlled. Who benefits from a political system that's so polarized and hysterical? Certainly not us.
Most of the country still collectively shits itself when someone says "socialism" and most of them don't even know why.

Even down to things like upvoting or liking on social media, to make us want to tailor our thoughts to be acceptable to the masses, and constantly checking to see if we've been "liked" or someone replied to us.

But no, what we get are people aggressively and insultingly going on about chemtrails and genetic markers in flu shots, and suddenly EVERYONE who thinks everything isn't what it seems is a wackjob.

Because that's what conspiracy theorists like that really do... make everyone who speaks out on the real issues also look like a lunatic by association.

If you want this Muse related, Bellamy is a classic example; he spent so long going on about aliens and lizard people, and the Illuminati, etc that now that (at least in interviews) he's actually talking about real issues people will still always label him as a looney, or at least a celebrity desperate for immature attention.
I recently read an article where Tom DeLounge said he thought he'd been abducted by aliens or the government and implanted with things... and that article ended with "he's still more sane than Matt Bellamy."
That shit sticks with you.

Matt's also still for some reason resorting to the clichéd conspiracy theory imagery in his lyrics, too. "Men in cloaks," The Handler, etc, when in interviews he's talked about legitimate military issues, social brainwashing, the process of radicalization, and the dehumanizing of society; all the stuff I wish he'd dealt with better in the album.

tbf, I think something like The Handler, for instance, is just using that "Muse-esque" imagery but really is a break up song that explores the ideas of feeling like you have to conform to society, and getting overwhelmed in a controlling relationship. I mean, there's a reason he linked it to Showbiz.

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Old 22-11-2015, 06:12 PM   #35
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There's a really good X-Files episode about this...
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Old 22-11-2015, 06:16 PM   #36
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There's a really good X-Files episode about this...
which one
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Old 22-11-2015, 06:25 PM   #37
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There's a really good X-Files episode about this...
Oh REALLY. WHAT'S it CALLED?!
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Old 22-11-2015, 07:22 PM   #38
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This thread is silly. You can't control me, I'm a defector. And it sounds like someone other than me has been watching too much Fringe.
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it's true
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Old 22-11-2015, 11:36 PM   #43
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So if anyone ever reads this and has legitimate questions about feeling like something strange might be happening to you and you want support, please send me a private message or reply.

I didn't come here to have to immediately fight with morons. I wanted to hopefully talk with anyone who might be experiencing the same things.
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Old 22-11-2015, 11:40 PM   #44
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WAKE UP

You should be QUESTIONING your AVERSION

to the possibility that some individuals in the world are AFFECTED by mind control BEYOND TELEVISION AND MASS MEDIA

and why you are so quick to say someone who believes in this type of theory is off of their mark

It doesn't feel right to me

Are we listening to the same band
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Old 23-11-2015, 12:04 AM   #45
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I find the best way to get people over their "aversions" to what youre saying is to call them morons.
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