Symbolic Pics of the Month 04/17

Vigilant Citizen — April 13, 2017

In this edition of SPOTM: The Lollapalooza festival, Rhianna, Dita von Teese and more proof that mass media is all about indoctrinating people with a carefully planned out agenda.
In the 1990’s, Lollapalooza was a major music festival that featured the biggest names in alternative rock. After being accused of losing its “alternative soul”, the tour died in 1998. In 2004, it was revived and retooled to become an international ‘weekend destination festival’. Back in 1993, record producer Steve Albini said:
“Lollapalooza is the worst example of corporate encroachment into what is supposed to be the underground. It is just a large scale marketing of bands that pretend to be alternative but are in reality just another facet of the mass cultural exploitation scheme.”
He said that back in 1993. I can’t even imagine what he must be thinking now. A simple look at the promotional material of the festival reveals that it is a super-corporate event that is deeply infected with the occult elite’s mindset.
In this ad, you get a nice glimpse into what Lollapalooza is about. A girl is doing the one-eye sign while sticking out a lizard-like tongue; A guy trying hard to be the devil … and a whole lot of corporate sponsors. Click to enlarge

In this ad, you get a nice glimpse into what Lollapalooza is about. A girl is doing the one-eye sign while sticking out a lizard-like tongue; A guy trying hard to be the devil … and a whole lot of corporate sponsors. Click to enlarge

 Another girl doing the one-eye sign. Also, a guy who appears to be a robot. In short, the target market. Click to enlarge

Another girl doing the one-eye sign. Also, a guy who appears to be a robot. In short, the target market. Click to enlarge

That’s on the website promoting that RFID thing. A hand doing the devil’s horns sign while the RFID chip is emitting all kinds of signals.

That’s on the website promoting that RFID thing. A hand doing the devil’s horns sign while the RFID chip is emitting all kinds of signals.

 

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