Rock and Roll from the beginning
has; like a cancer – slowly taken over we
U.S. citizens, leaving us as narcissistic, unsatisfied
followers of sex, drugs, and its primeval rhythms
that promise freedom, individualism, free will,
These destructive energies began with the
likes of Chuck Berry and Elvis (ahh, a feast for
the eyes!) but it was the Beatles and the Rolling
Stones that firmly entrenched the cancer into the
subconscious minds of the youth. Though popular
and seemingly innocent in hindsight, the cancer
has gradually worked its way to the surface, revealing
its destructiveness to our country. These empty
emanations have drawn many U.S. citizens into the
belief that numbing the mind with substances, the
practice of deconformity, and illicit sex can give
them freedom from all imposed conformity. Instead,
these indulgences have deprived them from patriotism,
the belief in the “me,” and not the
“we,” and has lead to the downfall of
our once truly united country.
In the early days of Rock and Roll there
was the ever-present communist threat.
The once fabulous J. Edgar Hoover said,
“The war between Communism and the
free world is not fought with bombs or other tangible
weapons. It is being fought now by subversion through
the medium of ideas. It is not an accident that
the greatest concentration of communist workers
has been found in three fields, education, union,
and entertainment. These are the areas where ideas
flourish and thinking patterns are formed.”
The ever present primeval, hip-grinding beat,
narcissism, rebellion, sexual liberty, protest,
and dope have became accepted staples of a healthy
lifestyle in the U.S. It began with Rock and Roll.
Without the music and its charismatically fabulous
leaders the drug culture could not have happened.
Without the music there could not have been rebellion
against conformity. This entrenched cancer has presented
us to other nations as a people embracing three
beliefs, Anti-God, Anti-We, and Anti-Soul.
Beatles beyond a doubt had a communist agenda
to bring down the U. S. and the U.K. Lennon
may have started out as a rock & roller,
but by the late 60's he was a full fledged communist
working under cover as a freedom preaching hippie.
It’s blatantly obvious in many of their
lyrics; “Back in the U.S.S.R.” almost
says it all. Lennon's (Lenin) songs of revolution,
heroin use, and adultery especially preached
you; Lennon's lyrics did not preach he and his
patrons communist beliefs, instead they planted
the seeds that have sprouted since the 60's
and only in the last 15 years or so reveled
itself as a pre-conceived plot designed to destroy
And lets not forget the Rolling Stones.
“Sympathy for the Devil” cannot
be argued with. The Stones may have not been
followers of communism, but they, in their competition
with the Beatles learned to preach the same
|| In the
end, lets wake up to the facts and reeducate
our selves on the true evils of this embedded
cancer. We must slowly heal ourselves. We must
recognize that we are a nation, a people united;
a people under god. A people that understand
the difference between "me" and "we."
So let's not forget my exsquisit fellow Americans;
for one AND FOR ALL!
And lets be sensible.. in the long run
we should not banish all rock music.. After
all, Nickelback are absolutely darling and SIMPLY
Story by Jim Bellmore