Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Beat of the Resistance

If a soundtrack could be created for the movement of truth, for the survival of liberty, it would have to come from Matthew Bellamy and the British band Muse.

Today Muse released their fifth album The Resistance with interesting tracks as "The United States of Eurasia," "Uprising," "Unnatural Selection," and "MK Ultra." The cover shows a man seeking to see the world from the kaleidoscope of images nearly blocking his view - struggling to find truth in a maze of smoke and mirrors.

I discovered Muse through hearing a track entitled "Take A Bow" from the album Black Holes and Revelations. "Take A Bow" possesses powerful lyrics clearly identifying Tony Blair (former British Prime Minister) and George W. Bush as wizards casting their "hex" over millions and ultimately facing God's judgment for their "crimes against the earth" and needless human sacrifices by war.

The Resistance contains both intriguing lyrics and electrifying sublimity. The first track, Uprising, could be called an anthem for the truth movement (or any movement, seeking the deconstruction of centralized police state governments world-wide). The lyrics are as follows (with grammatical emphasis placed by me here and there):

"Paranoia is in bloom, the PR transmission will resume. They'll try to push drugs that keep us all dumbed down, and hope that we will never see the truth around.

Another promise, another seed, another packaged lie to keep us trapped in greed - And all the green belts wrapped around our minds and the endless red tape to keep the truth confined - So come on!

They will not force us! They will stop degrading us! They will not control us! We will be victorious!

Interchanging mind control, come let the Revolution takes its toll - If could flick the switch and open your third eye, you'd see that we should never be afraid to die - So come on! -

Rise up and take the power back , its time the fat cats had a heart attack - They know their time's coming to an end - We have to unify and watch our flag ascend

They will not force us! They will stop degrading us! They will not enslave us! We will be victorious! -- They will not force us! They will stop degrading us! They can not control us! We will be victorious!"

"Uprising" is the foretaste of great tracks as "The United States of Eurasia" where Bellamy sings:

"You and me are the same, we don't know or care who's to blame - But we know that whoever holds the reigns nothing will change, our cause has gone insane - And these wars they can't be won. Does anyone know or care how they began? They just promise to go on and on and on..."
This song speaks of the movement of NATO (at the command of the US and Britain) to surround and break up any unification of Russia with China, eastern Europe and eventually the whole of Europe. Zbignew Brezinski's chessboard geopolitical strategy of breaking up countries, making them divisible, is the target of this track.

"MK Ultra," the tracked named after CIA mind control program of the early 1950s, speaks of a "universe trapped inside a tear," of people desperately seeking freedom and happiness only to find a massive control grid: tagging each and every human on the planet like cattle. The MK Ultra program attempted to bring a person to the breaking point so that he could then be susceptible to total mind control through drugs and psycho therapy via the CIA masters. Muse bemoans this deconstruction of man which seeks to brings us to our knees by pumping an endless stream of images, evoking a variety emotions (especially aggression and sexual deviance), to bring out a neurosis in being: the loss of control and the creation of an ineffectual person led around by ever-changing emotions and desires. "How many lies they create? How long until you break? Your mind's about to fall - They are breaking through," sings Bellamy.

The importance here is that we must fight to take control of our minds or we'll end up being broken, lost and unfulfilled. The artificial environment creates artificial realities in the individual. If we don't wake up and see "the green belts wrapped around our minds" life will be a series of frustrations, confusion, hopelessness, and contradictions. Who benefits? Those that rule the world.
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