Jose Menez said:
This is stupid, if the illuminati was real and suppose to be this big secret society how do we know about it? If its real then why are we still allowed to speak out against it and have nothing happen to us, this illuminati sh*t is annoying, nothing but a conspiracy made up by tweekers
The reason why people know about this is because you can't keep a secret that big forever. Eventually somebody is bound to see something or stumble onto something they weren't supposed to. Over time this information trickles down to society as it spreads through word of mouth. As time continues, a little more information is discovered which adds to the collective knowledge of people. Now, because of the internet, it's easier than ever before to get your message across, so without the internet, the Illuminati would still be pretty much a secret outside of certain circles in the music/movie industry.
the reason you can talk about this is because the Illuminati doesn't give a sh*t about you, what you think, or what you say. You are just a pawn, a tool, a nothing, a nobody. You alone have no power to affect any of their plans so therefore you are irrelevant. The people who are silenced for speaking out against them are those who have some type of influence or are in a position where they could cost the illuminati big money due to their actions. You, me and all of these people talking about it on the internet pose little threat due to a lack of structure and organization. Start getting people together and doing something about this sh*t and you may or may not get some unwanted attention. You may very well get what you wish for.
Kaliz ChamP said:
Russell Simmons, Sean Combs, Andre Young, Sean Carter, Percy Miller, Will Smith are some of the most influential people in music. but before the fame, the notoriety, money,etc. They was busting their a.ss. Grinding in their Momma kitchen, going broke trying book venues, interning at record labels, traveling to different parts of the country to get their music heard. How easily we forget what went into these artist building a brand that has sustained got ten twenty and thirty years.
What most people don't understand is these artists you listed did bust their a.ss to a certain point, but you fail to see that the gatekeepers of the business are the ones pulling the strings. It's the CEOs, Casting directors, managers, etc. that have their hands in the illuminati. It's the people behind the scenes who decide what artists get radio play, what songs get heavy rotation, what actor lands the big role in the next summer blockbuster. These are the decisions that will make or break a persons career. Will Smith would have faded quickly if he wasn't cast on Fresh Prince. Sean Combs is the type of cat who will sell out his own mother to make a buck. An artist can only make it so far on their own, regardless of their talent or skill. In order to make it, they have to make a deal with the shady cats in the music biz. These shady cats are those closest to the illuminati. They may not be actual members, but they are willingly putting their messages in music whether its subliminal or not. Little by little these messages transform the landscape of society and the effects become apparent years down the line. In a few years, we will begin to see the real damage done by the "gay agenda" that is being pushed on society and that of the demasculization of men and the feminist agendas.
The point I'm trying to make here is that people are groomed by the illuminati to see just how controllable they are and how useful they will be in promoting their messages. They of course want the most attractive and talented people most willing to follow the rules, do what they're told and don't ask questions. So when an up and coming star is looking for their big break, they're tested to see if they're willing to do whatever it takes. Just take a look at Katy Perry, who was a christian singer with traditional values before she blew up and started making songs about kissing women and alien s3x. Many artists have admitted to selling their soul to the devil. They may say it tongue in cheek, but when you begin to understand the way the industry works you can see what they mean by selling out = selling your soul. They no longer hold on to their values and are willing to promote messages that go against their own personal values for money. Whether or not the devil exists is the topic of a different discussion.
Just take a look at the various artists who have claimed to sell their soul and try to pinpoint the change in their careers after they did so, supposedly. A few artists who have openly admitted to selling their soul are Eminem, Katy Perry, Kanye West. These are just a few instances, if you do your own research for people admitting to selling their souls, you will surely discover many more. The difference between selling out, and not selling out would be the difference between Tech N9ne, who's the top independent rapper in the world, and Jay Z, who's the top rapper in the world period. Tech N9ne, although hugely successful in his bracket is relatively unknown compared to Jay Z, who is an obvious sell out. So make the distinction. Success by doing everything on your own (Tech N9ne) Vs. Success through selling out at some point in your career (Will Smith, Russell Simmons, Sean Combs, Sean Carter, Etc.)