Lady Gaga's Latest Illuminati Video Preaching Sex and Narcissism

  • Posted on: 16 August 2013
  • By: mokshalom

Lady Gaga's latest music video "Applause" exemplifies the sex programming utilized by the Illuminati to dumb down and program the masses to focus on fame, sex, and partying versus self-betterment and spiritual growth. The video features raunchy drag queens and a slobbering mob cheering on exhibitionism (like a very unnecessary thong crotch shot) and cheap sexual thrills.

Even a gay man commenting on the video said he was not happy about the drag queen "thing." The drag queens in this video aren't doing a fun old-school song and dance show showcasing their singing talents and comic chops - Gaga's drag queen sex party is not much different from a strip club performance. (Being gay-friendly doesn't have to mean full on pornographic!)

The song lyrics are a mantra to narcissism:

[Verse 1:]
I stand here waiting for you to bang the gong
To crash the critic saying "is it right or is it wrong?"
If only fame had an IV, baby could I bear
Being away from you, I found the vein, put it in here

[Chorus:]
I live for the applause, applause, applause
I live for the applause-plause
Live for the applause-plause
Live for the way that you cheer and scream for me
The applause, applause, applause

[Post-Chorus:]
Give me that thing that I love (turn the lights on)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)
Give me that thing that I love (turn the lights on)
Put your hands up, make 'em touch, touch (make it real loud)

The banal, insipid music and droning beat actually serve a purpose - to drill the simplistic tune and mantra-like lyrics into your brain and embed a desire for cheap fame into the less-evolved young listener.

You might note how easily the song sticks in your head after hearing it one time - it's not a compliment to the songwriter. It's more on an annoying level like "Row Row Row Your Boat."

Given that the media you feed yourself on a daily basis has a tremendous effect (especially on young minds), be very wary of the toxic programming Gaga is selling under the guise of so-called "ArtPop."