To use the entertainers to indoctrinate the masses
Brown Eyed Girls’ Video “Sixth Sense” or How the Elite Controls Opposition
Backed by big money and millions of fans, the Korean pop music industry (K-Pop) has taken over the airwaves of Asia and the world. Although groups such as Brown Eyed Girls do not sing in English, they definitely bring to the masses the same Illuminati symbolism pushed by pop stars in the Western world. The video of “Sixth Sense” is a true manifesto of the elite, describing how it controls entertainers and uses them to indoctrinate the masses. This article analyzes the meaning of the symbolism in Brown Eyed Girls’ music video “Sixth Sense”.
In last year’s article Narsha and SHINee: Illuminati Infiltration of K-Pop, I looked into the symbolism of two popular K-Pop videos and how they fit in the global Illuminati agenda. Since then, Korean pop has only gotten bigger as record labels like NegaNetwork and SM Entertainment churn out new boy and girl bands at a hectic pace. These labels are almost “pop music sweatshops” as scandals have arisen regarding the mistreatment of K-Pop stars and the signing of “slave contracts”. These labels are, in turn, owned and controlled by the same elite global media corporation who own American and British labels and pop stars. In this context, is it surprising that K-Pop videos show its stars tied down and submitting to a totalitarian power?
“For the elite of his day, and for the monetary elite today, the Hegelian dialectic provides tools for the manipulation of society.
To move the public from point A to point B, one need only find a spokesperson for a certain argument and position him or her as an authority. That person represents Goalpost One. Another spokesperson is positioned on the other side of the argument, to represent Goalpost Two.
Argument A and B can then be used to manipulate a given social discussion. If one wishes, for instance, to promote Idea C, one merely needs to promote the arguments of Goalpost One (that tend to promote Idea C) more effectively than the arguments of Goalpost Two. This forces a slippage of Goalpost Two’s position. Thus both Goalpost One and Goalpost Two advance downfield toward Idea C. Eventually, Goalpost Two occupies Goalpost One’s original position. The “anti-C” argument now occupies the pro-C position. In this manner whole social conversations are shifted from, say, a debate over market freedom vs. socialism to a debate about the degree of socialism that is desirable.
The Hegelian dialectic is a powerful technique for influencing the conversations of cultures and nations, especially if one already controls (owns) much of the important media in which the arguments take place. One can then, as the monetary elite characteristically do, emphasize one argument at the expense of the other, effectively shifting the positions of Goalposts One and Two.”
- Daily Bell, Hegelian Dialectic