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In this one, I listed the great songs based on the problems that keep people away from the absolute truth; about the world leaders and the NWO agenda threat - one world government, one world religion, one world currency, etc.

There's all sorts of distractions to keep the masses busy and ignorant as governments, banksters, and their minions deceive and mislead us all the time. This playlist I've put together is about the variety of distractions, and obstacles. I found this quote a while back: "Terrorism is a psychological warfare. Terrorists try to manipulate us and change our behavior by creating fear, uncertainty, and division in society." - Patrick J. Kennedy, former Rhode Island U.S. Representative

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1. "Want You More" by Duran Duran
You had plans all along. Must have seen me coming down a mile above the ground. 'Cause I am weak where you are strong./ Whatever I'm thinking of - you always seem to know. 'Cause nothin' is good enough! There's always something to keep me guessing. What if it's real? What if you're just faking? What if you knew you could? Where do you get off on manipulating? Why does it feel so good?/ Why do I want you more? Why do I want you? Why do I feel so torn?

Notes: This song reminds me quite a bit about Change Agents, advocator-organizer-agitators also known as technical assistants, and the Delphi Technique. These men and women received training on how to slightly manipulate, break up, and exploit groups of people; teachers, community members, school kids, church groups... The Delphi Technique was developed by the Rand Corporation, a government think-tank group, in the 1950s. The method entails a group of experts (change agents) who anonymously reply to questionnaires and subsequently receive feedback in the form of a statistical representation of the collective group response. Originally, this was intended to be used as a psychological weapon during the Cold War.

"A change agent may be an individual or group of individuals and the client system may be an individual, small group, institution, organization or community. A professional change agent may be a teacher, psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, human relation expert, marriage counselor, public administration consultant, community-council organizer, university, etc. depending upon the type of client system in which a change is being induced."
- This is quoted directly from the U.S. Department of Health, Welfare, and Education document, How to Implement Change by Clyde W. Hall.

To read more in-depth on how the Delphi Technique works, check out the PDF "Training for Change Agents: A Guide to the Design of Training Programs in Education and Other Fields." by Ronald G. Havelock. This is another document that was also issued to the U.S. Department of Health, Welfare and Education.

2. "Mr. Roboto" by Styx
You're wondering who I am... (Secret, secret! I've got a secret!) Machine or mannequin... (Secret, secret! I've got a secret!) With parts made in Japan... (Secret, secret! I've got a secret!) I am the modren man!/ I'm not a robot without emotions. I'm not what you see. I've come to help you with your problems, so we can be free. I'm not a hero! I'm not a savior! Forget what you know. I'm just a man whose circumstances went beyond his control. Beyond my control... We all need control! I need control. We all need control./ The problem's plain to see; Too much technology... Machines to save our lives... Machines dehumanize...

Notes: This may be an old song, but it still so relevant today - now more than ever actually! For example, do you ever notice how some people look so glued to their smart phones that they seem distant from everything else?

3. "Better Than That" by Marina and the Diamonds
You're just another in a long line of men she screwed, just another in a long line of men she knew. And yeah she did, yeah she did what she wanted to do like all the boys before. Another dream come true. It's a power, it's a power, it's a power move. And while I'm not quite sure what she's trying to prove.../ Well, I guess it's just what humans do, hook up with other people until it all falls through. And when it's over, they go out and try to heal their pain. Hook up with another lover, do it all again.

Notes: There are endless amounts subliminal messages and blatant displays sex appeal in advertisements, shows, and movies. Also, currently, we are living in a world where it's okay to be seen as a sex object at a very young age!! And sex education is being taught to Pre-K through high school. Crazy, isn't it?

4. "Why the Banksters Keep Us Dumb" by Carl Klang
Do you ever get the feelin' as you're starin' at the ceilin'? That this game of life we play ain’t fair? Seems as fast as we can make it, there’s a hand that grabs and takes it 'till they plant us in a grave somewhere! Like a rodent on a treadmill, we keep pushin’ for it up hill but we never seem to get too far. Well if you think you’re bein’ taken, then you're ready to awaken to the truth of what we really are. We’re all indentured, servitudal slaves! Overburdened and bewildered feudal knaves... who have lost our soul posterity through ignorance and apathy. And now we're being taxed out of our graves! And as long as we stay passive we’ll succumb, contented with some socialistic crumb. Well, the naked truth and fact is we're all saps who pay our taxes! And that is why the Banksters keep us dumb... Could the state of our condition be the product of omission, what we didn't learn in public schools? And did our Fathers through history all fight and die for liberty, so we could play the tyrants' fools?

5. "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Ozbourne
Crazy, but that's how it goes. Millions of people living as foes. Maybe it's not too late, to learn how to love, and forget how to hate... Mental wounds, not healing! Life's a bitter shame! I'm goin' off the rails on a crazy train!/ One person conditioned to rule and control. The media sells it, and you live the role.

6. "Don't Drag Me Down" by Social Distortion
Children are taught to hate. Parents just couldn't wait. Some are rich, and some are poor. Others will just suffer more. Have you ever been ashamed, and felt society try to keep you down? I begin to watch things change, and see them turn around. Turn around. They'll try to keep you down! Turn around, turn around. Don't drag me down! Ignorance is like a gun in hand. Reach out to the Promised Land. Your history books are full of lies. Media-blitz gonna dry your eyes. Have you ever been afraid, and felt society try to keep you down? I begin to watch things change, and see them turn around.

7. "Back Tie White Noise" by David Bowie
Getting my facts from a Benetton ad, looking through African eyes. Lit by the glare of an L.A. fire, I've got a face, not just my race. Bang, bang!/ They'll show us how to break the rules, but never how to make the rules. Reduce us down to witless punks. Fascist cries both black and white. Who's got the blood? Who's got the gun? Putting on a black tie, cranking out the white noise...

Notes: This song is about racism. YES, racism is a distraction as well as an obstacle! The power hungry ones would rather have us fighting amongst ourselves than understand anything about their wicked agendas.

8. "Vitamin R (Leading Us Along)" by Chevelle
Well if they're making it, then they're pushing it. And they're leading us along. The hassle of all the screaming fits that panic makes remorse./ It's typical. Create a world, a special place of my design - to never cope, or never care. Just use the key, 'cause he's alone...

Notes: Medication is not the solution to everything. And there's deceit within the pharmaceutical business. (by one of America's underdog heroes and friend Anita Hoge,

9. "Dear Sobriety" by Pistol Annies
My hands are shaking, but I can still pour the mistake I'm making. And I'll pour one more. It runs in my family. It runs in my blood, and just like my daddy, I can't get enough. Every last drop I say is the last. Then I drive up to the store, and I fill up my glass. Dear Sobriety, please come back to me. I left you high and dry. I'm doomed for good this time. I swore I wouldn't be. I'm making a fool out of me. I'm making a fool out of me. I need you desperately, Dear Sobriety.

10. "It's Good for You!" by Joshua Owens
If you're looking for a change, you might try another place 'cause the candidates you're looking at are basically the same. There's one on the left, and one on the right. Only difference the direction they are facing when they lie. It's a great big game, and you are the pawn! A willing contender when you chose to play along. Don't be fooled. Don't be forced to choose between two men that are controlled by same machine! It's the same old story. Truly, it is. Another cast of characters who pretend to give a shit about you and me, or whoever votes. Their endgame is obviously not what we were told. They want war and destruction, mass death and more! They'll cull the population, taking vaccines door to door. A little poison in your water, a little poison in your food. "But don't you worry," they said. "It's good for you!"/ You're a terrorist now if you speak out. They'll try to keep you quiet so their plans will all work out. "Don't talk out of turn! Don't question. Don't think!"/ Now when November rolls around, just keep this in mind. You've always got a choice, so choose to decline. To pick a lesser evil to choose from what you've got - with both sides the same, there's no side to get behind. So just stand together. Don't take this anymore! Just keep on fighting in this information war.

Notes: I intend to put up a video about why I will never, ever vote for any politician.

11. "Operation: Mind Crime" by Queensryche
A hitman for the Order when you couldn't go to school. Has a nice skin-job for a hairdo. Yeah, you looked pretty cool. Had a habit doing mainline. Watch the dragon burn. No regrets! You've got no goals, nothing more to learn! Now I know you won't refuse, because we've got so much to do. And you've got nothing more to lose! So, take this number and welcome... to Operation: Mindcrime! We're an underground revolution, working overtime. Operation: Mindcrime. There's a job for you in the system boy, with nothing to sign!

12. "Feed the Machine" by Red
They pull you faster, the cadence calling. And you never fall behind. So, choose a face. You're only crawling now! You mustn't fall behind! You need another death just to have a life to save. You need a master just so you can beg. You need a lie, just because you're so afraid! Now, bow down and learn to be a good slave! We fall in line. We live the lie. (Give up, give up and feed the machine!) It grows inside. Nowhere to hide. (Give up, give up and feed the machine!)/ Wake up, wake up and kill the machine!

13. "Conspiracy Theory Rock (Mediaopoly)" by Robert Smigel
Notes: This is a song about the true nature of media corporations and mainstream media. I must say that Robert Smigel back in 1998 was REALLY GUTSY to put up that cartoon on network TV! (This banned Saturday Night Live cartoon is on YouTube - look for it!) NBC used to be owned by G&E (Gas and Electric company) but not anymore. A huge media conglomerate corporation now owns NBC, Universal Studios, and more - known as Comcast.

14. "Dumbing Down" by Steve Phillips
They're dumbing us down. Putting aspartame in our drinks, and fluoride in our toothpaste and the water - until we can't even think straight any more! Taking Prozac when we're down, Ritalin for the kids, and Tamiflu for the swine flu scare. We just can't feel no more. Things are not what they seem. It's all a dream./ An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth. We're so busy fighting each other that we don't see only the truth will set us free.

There's over 300 songs I've found that tell these various truths, by well known and not very well known musician groups and solo artists. So yeah, there will be more to come!
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