Mainstream Pop Is From The Devil

Mainstream pop music is directly from the devil, more than almost anything else. 

"But porn is worse!"

Really? How can porn be worse than music when music IS PORN?

But it's also explicitly blasphemous, of course. And always has been. I'll give you some modern examples and then you can decide.

Some of the Selena Gomez lyrics sound like that conversation between Jesus and Satan, where he promises Jesus the whole world. 

"I can make the stars dance;  light up the moon. I can make the stars dance for you", Gomez sings.

If you strip away the context and the singer, the lyrics sounds like Satan himself literally promising us the moon and stars if we'll do what he wants.

But if you've already seen Dancing with the Stars, then you've already seen the "stars" dance for you.

And if someone promises to make the stars in the sky dance, it might actually be a cleverly-concealed threat. Ever been hit so hard you see stars?

Maybe these thieves aren't promising what you think.

Gomez also sings, "You promised the world and I fell for it" in Lose You to Love Me and " I gave you space and time" in Feel Me. 

Born-again Christians who used to be fans of the 90s band Garbage will probably be shocked by how blasphemous those catchy songs are. "As far from God as heaven is wide" is one of many examples of people wishing (or literally praying) to flee as far away from God as possible. 

Some believe you can ask Jesus into your heart. If you sing these lyrics at Karaoke some night, you're doing quite the opposite. It's the most explicitly anti-Christ lyric I've ever heard, and it's been played nonstop on the radio for years.

Lady Gaga's "Poker Face" is something else. I think you'll see it's porn in musical form.

"Poker Face" is an audible double entendre for "Poke her face", where poke is synonymous with "f—k". In case you missed the similarity, Gaga breathily emphasizes it in an auditorily ambiguous way. But it's there.

You won't catch her in the act by reading the lyrics. But the listener eventually hears "f—k her face" after "p-p-p-poke her face", which creates the mental image she's intended, and this double-entendre unlocks the real meaning of the song and once you're on the right frequency, catching her meaning, you'll be able to easily figure out what taking a ride on your disco stick refers to in "Love Game". 

Other songs directly invite abuse. Yes. Shirley Manson's I'm Only Happy When It Rains and other songs often subtly invite the listener to abuse women.  

I don't know where or how the phrase "F—- start her head with my c—k" entered my mind as a substitute for the procreation-oriented missionary position, but I gather it must have been planted there by someone's evil intentions.

Why use your latent subconscious capacity to invent improvements for humanity when your wetware has been hijacked and brainwashed into thinking up new and perverse and sexually violent imagery by Family Guy, Lady Gaga and Nine Inch Nails?

Women aren't the sexual equivalent of lawn mowers, gents. Get the poison out of your head is like trying to get the fluoride out of the water supply. Once that poison goes in the reservoir, you're stuck with it until you personally purify each and every ounce. Which could take ten lifetimes.

Maybe don't back up a truckload of mental poison and put it in kid's heads in the first place. But it's too late, now.

Because there's a lot of this kind of innuendo and wordsmithing in mainstream pop music. Ever since the Parental Advisory labels, it's been designed to fly under the radar. Parents can glance at the lyrics without spotting the brainwashing, but kids are LISTENING to it all day, every day. 

And the same trash turns up in movies and pornography, obviously. Can you guess the commonality between these industries?

Britney Spears sings "If You Seek Amy" (sounds like "F. U. C. K. me") and the pick-up line, "If I Said You Have a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me?" 

Nowadays modern music like "WAP" is basically porn, like Lil Kim's "How Many Licks". 

But in the 90s and early 00s, we weren't expecting mainstream music would be pornography aimed at children and young adults. Interracial porn, by the way. "A white dude. His name was John. He had a Queen Bee Rules tattoo on his arm. He asked me if I'd be his date for the prom

And he'd buy me a horse, a Porsche and a farm."

I think that's about the longest stretch of lyrics in that song that isn't straight up hardcore porn, but manages to conjure to mind an interracial relationship where a white man is worshiping a black woman and promising her anything she wants.

There they go again promising the world (from white men) to black women who bow down to the devil and serve him.

That's not in 2021, but in 2000. TWENTY ONE years ago. This degeneracy has been going on for a very long time. Thousands of years, in fact. 

The Amish are somewhat less affected by the spiritual onslaught, but they do have cell phones for business purposes.

What about all the public attacks on heterosexuality? Or hadn't you noticed?

When sung by a female, the devil goes on the offensive via Britney Spears voice, a voice once described as sounding "like a baby having sex". Setting that aside, any woman singing the "hold it against me" pick-up line creates lesbian overtones.

But yes, all your infants are in imminent danger of sexual abuse. Especially in public schools under the Biden Administration. Dildos for kindergartners wasn't a Christian idea? But as Reagan pointed out, there's nothing more permanent than a "temporary" government program. 

Once the dildo is in the classroom, it's never coming out. 

Karaoke is a way for aspiring singers to become a star for the night by chanting these perverse Satanic lyrics, thereby (some would contend) casting a spell on themselves. These aren't Baptist hymnals they're singing from, folks. They're not exactly making a joyful noise to the Lord.

Katy Perry's "I kissed a girl and I liked it" is more overt anti-heterosexuality for the generation who doesn't remember Jill Sobule's "I kissed a girl", which was a cutesy, candy-coated attack on heterosexuality and therefore the natural order and therefore God and His creation, which is primarily heterosexual among sexually reproducing creatures, or else it wouldn't work.

If you played music which turned all your chickens LGBT, (or even just the hens), then you've effectively sterilized your flock. That's chicken genocide. And it's what's happening right now. But not to chickens.  

There's also quite a bit of thinly-veiled BDSM, abuse and torture encouraged, tolerated, or merely expected in virtually all pop songs and relationships. The most commonly-heard dating advice is "you need to break up with him" or "leave him". Why?

Taylor Swift makes it clear enough. "Boys only want love if it's torture. Don't say I didn't warn ya." Depends on the boy, but Taylor Swift is making yet another attack on heterosexuality. 

White boys, we're led to believe, are like listless massochists without a slave plantation, looking for a woman to abuse instead.

Which might be the case, if they've been brainwashed to believe a woman wants to be abused because that does it for her. Once your ear's trained to pick things up on this signal, you'll find it's everywhere. "I dug my key into the side of his pretty little souped-up 4 wheel drive."

You'll find in the upside-down world of mainstream music, all men seem to deserve violent retribution at the hands of a jilted ex, but women sorta crave the abuse they expect to get from these jerks until they're "so sick of that same old love" (from Gomez, with similar sentiments from Kelly Clarkson, Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood, Beyoncé, Shania Tain and literally dozens of others whose songs are aimed at young women) and perhaps want to get it, but from someone else. Probably from another ethnicity.

The music industry has been driving white girls into the beds of black players and physically abusive lesbians longer than I've been alive. Same as universities. Or nowadays, kindergarten sex ed classes.

You can always find long lists of covertly BDSM songs in alt rock, but you don't expect it in mainstream bubblegum pop aimed at young men and fertile young women.

There are too many examples to list them all. It's as if the music industry was run by divorce lawyers and their families. Which, in a way, it is.


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