Introduction — June 11, 2014
Below is a recent example of how Western intelligence agencies and other shadowy forces are using popular entertainment to achieve there agenda.
In this case HBO’s Last Week Tonight, described by its makers as a “topical late-night talk show,” was used as a vehicle for anti-Assad propaganda. While I’m not here to defend President Assad it’s pretty obvious that the West is doing all in its power to overthrow him.
Apart from arming and financing foreign militants, applying economic sanctions and diplomatic pressure the Western media is also playing a part. Portraying President Assad as a despicable despot even as it minimises the atrocities carried out by those trying to unseat him.
Thus Last Week Tonight recently featured 90’s British pop band Right Said Fred perform a scathing satirical attack on Syria’s President. It was made all the more ironic as at the same time Right Said Fred performed their attack, allies of those trying to unseat Assad — the ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Shams) — had just seized Mosul in neighbouring Iraq, causing 500,000 to flee.
This is what popular entertainment in the West has become: effectively a propaganda front for vicious terrorists around the world.
It’s a double-edged sword too. For when it’s not being used to dumb-down the masses, the Western media is being used to implement social engineering programs. In this instance it was the participation of Right Said Fred lead singer Richard Fairbrass that drew my attention, for he was recently in Russia helping to promote “Gay Pride”.
The Holy Grail of Black occultists, the reversed flow of sacred energies such as those found in sexual energies, is being promoted under the guise of “gay liberation”.
For his efforts Fairbrass was set upon by angry Russians. However, his participation in both these events makes me suspect that with his brief career as a pop star well and truly over, Fairbrass may now be in the employ of much more sinister forces.
Right Said Fred perform anti-Assad version of ‘I’m too sexy’
Heather Saul — The Independent June 10, 2014
Nineties pop group Right Said Fred revisited their classic song I’m Too Sexy to deliver a scathing version of the track especially for Bashar al-Assad, who is apparently a fan of the band.
John Oliver, the British host of Last Week Tonight, invited the duo onto his show to deliver a revamped version of their pop hit especially for the Syrian President. The invitation came two years after leaked emails have the world a glimpse of Assad’s music taste, including a list of i-Tunes tracks purchased by the President.
Among those were I’m Too Sexy and LMFAO’s Sexy and I Know It, leading Oliver to dismiss Assad as “half-mass murderer and half your creepy sophomore-year roommate”.
He described feeling frustrated at being “powerless” to hurt Assad, before telling the audience: “We could track down, let’s say, Right Said Fred and we could, hypothetically, fly them all the way over here from London to perform a specially re-written anti-Assad version of their greatest hits.
“But would it really be worth all that time and expense just for the momentary catharsis of mildly irritating one of the worst people on the planet?”