If this triggers fear in you, it means there is some grounding and processing which can be done. Remember all is here to provide contrast so you can know who you BE.
Source - Brian Kelly's Blog
February 20, 2014
This video made me realize how influential pop icons can be on the masses. The bigger the star, the bigger the impact. Keep it coming Hollywood! With great (perceived) power comes great responsibility. ~BK
The word "epic" long ago lost all its linguistic potency when Burger King and Hot Topic began to use it in the advertisement of their products. Yet if ever if there was an occasion to resurrect the term, it would be to describe the music video released today by elements of Anonymous along with Ice Cube, Eminem, and Korn.
They team up to splice together a nuance-eschewing, face-melting, testosterone-charged collaboration meant to incept a massive wave of action against the seemingly indomitable power of corporatist-totalitarianism within the world's leading liberal republics.
The video features some hilarious spots of Rob Ford--perhaps the Western world's most flamboyant symbol of transparent corpo-political stoogism--as well as the mainstream media's two favorite tools of distraction, Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus. There are also a number of clips of Obama acting especially bourgeois while surrounded by animated cameras, implying that the spying-industrial-complex is an apolitical institution supported and grown by whichevever political party is in office.
Ice Cube, Eminem and Korn hit the peak of their musical careers within the mainstream musical establishment over a decade ago, which probably engenders them with a degree of freedom to partake in such an overtly political project.
It might be the most insane music video you've seen in a long time--and for some, it may inspire the visceral outrage necessary to orient toward a path of action. Others will just roll their eyes.
Check out the video below, and keep in mind the Worldwide Wave of Action begins on April 4 at "former occupation sites around the world."