Monday, 7 January 2013

Feed the World

BEWARE of the song, Feed the World (link is to a version on YouTube in the unlikely event you don’t know it).  It's a B’org hypnotising, assimilation tool.  It’s almost a mantra for the B’org of Food, like Monsanto.  After all, feeding the world is the excuse for promoting more genetically modified (GM) mono culture crops, cloning, pastuerised milk, growth hormones and the prolific use of chemicals in the food supply, etc, etc.  For further information about GM, see my article on blight resistant potatoes.
Don’t get me wrong here.  I’m all for everyone in the world having good food to eat!  But that song, Feed the World, is very annoying.  I couldn’t get it out of my head on several occasions during my Retreat because I’d heard it so many times at work on the TV and radio.  So I was inspired to do some research to explain why I find it so annoying.
It’s all very intricate, this web of deception.  There are lots of dots to connect as David Icke points out in his many long books.  But as usual on my blogs, I’m only going to point out a few and hopefully inspire a person or two to take a second look at what’s going on in the world ... where after 30 odd years of listening to Feed the World every year at the time many refer to as Christmas (Christ’s Mass, where people imagine drinking the blood and eating the body of a fictional character), there are millions of people in misery because they do not have enough to eat or are eating crap made by the B’org of Food!!!  Misery?  Yes, suffering from one condition or another.  Millions?  Actually, it’s just about everyone nowadays.  They’re feeding the world alright.  Feeding it with a non-ending chemical soup.
If this sounds a bit irate to you, damn straight.  We’re all being polite, politically correct, watching out that we keep our little petty jobs and lifestyles, while toxic soup is being poured into the world at an ever faster rate.  I’m not going to apologise for standing up and saying it stinks.  So, here I go with a stab at the background to Feed the World (link to background on Wiki which I’ll expand on a little).
How did this song come about then?  This is how I see it, but please anyone, correct me if I’m wrong.  The abomination, imposition on my mental well-being and affront to my ears in November and December Feed the World lyrics popped into the head of the highly decorated pop singer, Bob Geldof, after he saw some images on the BBC news.  OK, he became decorated after he thought of the song.  He decided he wanted to help the anti-poverty efforts in Ethiopia.  What is poverty and why people are suffering from not having enough to eat because their healthy lifestyles have been destroyed is a long story that I can’t give justice to here.  But let me suffice it to say that there is a war on indigenous peoples to have them become consumers in the world-wide market and be assimilated by the B’org.  Bob should know this, but he’s obviously been assimilated.  With his contacts in government and organisations such as the ONE Campaign (and DATA, not the one from Star Trek but rather Debt, AIDS, Trade, Africa) with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Bob really is up there in it.
I took a course a long time ago, 1975 in fact, called The Poetry of Rock.  In it, we analysed lyrics of popular songs, line by line.  Not such a bad idea to start to understand what is passing into our subconscious and I’ve taken a stab at it below.
It's Christmas time, there's no need to be afraid
Eh, excuse me, there’s no need to be afraid anytime.
At Christmas time, we let in light and we banish shade
I suppose this is one way of looking at producing a ton of electricity to light all the decorative bulbs.
But in our world of plenty, we should spread a smile of joy!
Our world, meaning the civilised one based on the production and consumption of plenty of crap that makes us ill and is polluting the environment, while many of us suffer from depression, anxiety and other forms of mental illness that leave us feeling anything but joy.
Throw your arms around the world at Christmas time
See the Save the Children logo below for demonstration.
But say a prayer - pray for the other ones
Them people, not like us at all, they’re not consuming enough.
At Christmas time, it's hard but when you’re having fun
Actually, Christmas time is a lot of hard work and little fun for people who observe it.  You have to send out Christmas cards, buy and wrap presents, cook and bake more, overeat (especially sugary stuff), drink a lot, spend too much, entertain and go to parties/events, have party things to wear, decorate the place of employment and the home, have more contact with people some of whom you only speak to at this time of the year and don't really like, etc etc., all at a time when your energy level is lowered for many (as they live in cold climates at this time of year).
There's a world outside your window
What window is this?  Could it be the imaginary world we are all stupidly accepting as reality?
And it's a world of dread and fear
Well, this is what David Icke says the Illuminati (of the New World Order) want.  It’s not what I see though.
Where the only water flowing is a bitter sting of tears
Mmm ... interesting words ... bitter sting of tears. Not confined to any group of people in any particular place though whether well fed or not.
And the Christmas bells that ring there are the clanging chimes of doom
Easy solution.  Stop ringing the damn things.
Well tonight thank God it's them instead of you
This is a common saying and I'm sure it doesn't mean anything nice.
And there won’t be snow in Africa this Christmas time
And what does snow have to do with anything?  It doesn’t snow in Australia at Christmas time either.  It didn’t even snow in England this Christmas time.
The greatest gift they'll get this year is life
Actually, life is the greatest gift anyone could get in this world, ever.  We all got it once and that's all we'll ever get, even those who have had near death experiences.
Where nothing ever grows
No rain or rivers flow
Under the heading View of Africa, Wiki states “It also insinuates that there are no rivers in Africa.”  There’s no insinuation about it!  It’s plain as day.  It doesn’t even say that nothing grows in December.  It says, nothing EVER!
Do they know it's Christmas time at all?
I wish I didn’t know about it, but that’s impossible in my life in the Western World.
Here's to you raise a glass for everyone
While you get drunk in the dark, cold miserable English climate (the song was first recorded at SARM Studios in Notting Hill on 25 November 1984).
Here's to them underneath the burning sun
Very melodramatic.

Do they know it's Christmas time at all?
Feed the world
Feed the world
Feed the world
Let them know it's Christmas time and
Feed the world
Let them know it's Christmas time
Feed the world
Let them know it's Christmas time
There’s the mantra, Feed the world, over and over again.
So Bob wrote this little ditty and another musician, Midge Ure composed the rubbish music that Morrisey said in 1985 “was absolutely tuneless.”  He may think so, but for some reason it manages to stick in the mind.  First it says “buy me” because why else would so many people go out and buy this single.  Secondly, it says that Africa is nothing but a burnt out land of ignoramuses (who don’t know it’s Christmas). And the rest, I’ll let you review the lyrics for the other subliminal and not so subliminal messages in this hodgepodge of music and singing.  I learned about this in another handy course called Mass Communication and Public Opinion way back in 1986.  This is not about the welfare of the poor or average people living in Africa or anywhere else in the world.  It’s about the Agenda ... the World-Wide Fascist State.
Bob and Midge founded the charity Band Aid with the release of this song.  They’ve raised a lot of money over the years and you can click the link to find some details.  And what are they doing?  They’re “civilising Africa.  They’re making the Africans like us, the Westerners.  They want them to have all “the funwe have at Christmas time (as outlined above).  Obviously, I don’t think this is a good idea.
Save the Children

Lastly, I’d like to mention a little about the Save the Children Fund because Ure is a trustee of it and the BBC photos that got this whole movement going were mostly of starving children.  Save the Children.  That would be nice.  But the organisation is a B’org one.  It was B’org right from the start way back in April 1919 when it was founded in London during World War I.  Pope Benedict XV declared his support in December 1919 by making December 28 ‘Innocents Day’ in order to collect donations.  And it didn’t take long at all for an international deal to get going.  No, not long at all ... less than one year in fact.  How did they do it?  How many people do you know who can start a charity and have it a full-blown internationally operational affair in less than one year?  Uh, besides Band Aid! And this was before the advantage of the computer.  Meanwhile, children are still the victims or war.  What is the point?  There’s an interesting feed on the David Icke forum that includes a comment about the eye in the logo.  Can you see it?  It’s also an upside down three-pointed star (although one point is rather fat) enclosed in an orbit.  It reminds me of an upside down Mercedes logowhich elucidates its dominance over sea, land and air”.
The song, Feed the World is a reflection of a couple of big male egos feeding the B’org in the guise of “fixing” an African nation at best.  At worst, it’s a full-fledged Illuminati vibration brainwashing people into the New World Order.

5/1/15  P.S.  I managed to avoid this song during the 2014 Christmastime. Hip, hip, hooray!  But it dawned on me recently that “feed the world” means total control of the food supply by humans (in the form of the B’org).  It’s not about people having enough to eat, it’s about controlled feeding of humans in THEIR world.  “If you control the food supply, you control the world.  Henry Kissinger

And if anyone thinks this is a good thing, please reflect on the fact that Nestlé is the biggest food corporation today and also reflect on the products that they produce (many prominently displayed in supermarkets, but also in not so obvious forms such as feeding tube formulas).