Miley Cyrus and the Illuminati, as perceived by Mark Dice (and myself): The degeneration of American society

· Illuminati, Popular culture



Mark Dice calls Cyrus trailer trash. This is going too far, but he’s not known for his tact. She has an all-seeing eye on her hand. This of course represents the Illuminati, and is open for everyone to see.


Adam Weishaupt modernized the Illuminati. He wrote about using feminism to break down society. Women are what influence men the most. If women are sexually enslaved, then men are sure to follow. This is a way for the Illuminati to break down society. 


George Orwell, in 1984, wrote that children are becoming increasingly horrible. They are worshipping the government. The youth have been so controlled by the media that they no longer have the spirit to rebel.


Of course, another reason the Illuminati uses people like Miley Cyrus (if, and it’s a big ‘if’, that’s what’s going on) is that it distracts people from the real atrocities that are going on in the world. Obamacare is evil but it takes thought. A lot of people don’t want to bother with that stuff! It’s more interesting to see Miley whip her panties off and make out with a sledgehammer (which is her right). Dice is pointing out how far American society has degenerated that this kind of nonsense is even available for the public to see. He notes that there has been a backlash but the point is, American society. There used to be peaks among the valleys. I Love Lucy, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, All in the Family, etc. But we no longer have the peaks, just the valleys. The 1970s had Olivia Newton-John. 


 I’m reminded of Whitney Houston and how she came across to me as an extremely arrogant person, albeit one with enormous talent. People die young, especially in Hollywood, often because of things that were in their control. They could have avoided death. This is not to judge them, because we all have character weaknesses, some more important than others. Princess Diana died young because she unwisely got rid of the Security that she had been accustomed to having. If she had had a real bodyguard with her that fateful night in Paris, she would still be with us, captivating the world (she would have had a seat belt on). Michael Jackson died young because he was always trying to beat Thriller and make a comeback. He wanted to be Number One more than he wanted to be healthy, or even alive. Of course, it is possible the Illuminati or some other nefarious force killed those people and I discuss that in other articles. If interested, just type in their names in the Search box on my home page.


Marilyn Monroe died young because she could not handle reality. And Whitney Houston died young because she arrogantly believed that she could take cocaine, drugs, anything, and not be harmed by them because she was the great Whitney Houston. In the 1980s, at the beginning of her career, she proclaimed to the audience that she was bigger than the Beatles. When she guested on Oprah with Mariah Carey in 1999, to perform their duet When You Believe, when the time came for each of their performers to solo near the end of the show, while Mariah sang, Whitney sat in a chair with Oprah and gabbed during the performance. Whitney Houston was one of the greatest singers of all time, but if you don’t have character, you have nothing, and could even come to an untimely end. Miley Cyrus should not want to follow in the footsteps of Whitney Houston. Miley has talent. Sinead O’Connor even cautioned Cyrus not to be a tool of the men who wish to make money off her. I think O’Connor was referring to the money men in the music business.



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