Was John Lennon speaking directly about the elite’s interest in the occult and Luciferianism?
John Lennon’s, “Bring on the Lucy” is an angry protest song that includes references that can now be understood given the recent Wikileaks revelations of the elitists’ interest in “Spirit Cooking” and former revelations from Bohemian Grove, etc., etc., etc..
It’s not hard to understand why John Lennon said their name was 666.
Can we speculate that by “Lucie” he meant Luciferian?
“Bring On The Lucie (Freda Peeple)”
We don’t care what flag you’re waving We don’t even want to know your name We don’t care where you’re from or where you’re going All we know is that you came You’re making all our desicions We have just one request of you That while you’re thinking things over Here’s something you just better do
Free the people now Do it do it do it now
Well we were caught with our hands in the air Don’t desapir paranoia is everywhere We can shake it with love when we’re scared So let’s shout it aloud like a prayer
We understand your paranoia But we don’t want to play your game You think you’re cool and know what you are doing 666 is your name So while you’re jerking off each other You better bear this thought in mind Your time is up you better know it But maybe you don’t read the signs
Well you were caught with your hands in the kill And you still got to swallow your pill As you slip and you slide down the hill On the blood of the people you killed
Stop the killing now Do it do it do it now Bring on the Lucie
Anyone who is familiar with digital culture already knows that any popular meme can be, and is being used simultaneously for an innumerable number of purposes by an innumerable number of people, around the world.
Anyone who is familiar with digital culture also knows that most of the time these symbols are being used humorously, to express pure silliness.
Other times, they are being used tongue-in-cheek to humorously explore and express controversial ideas, (that is where freedom of speech comes in,) but if you were to survey the reuse of various memes (like Pepe the Frog) you would find, per-capita, very little usage as literal symbols of hate.
It is laughable when some white supremacists claim they have taken over a memed image given the number of simultaneous uses of that image around global internet culture for any reason but hate.
That is why, when the “liberal” establishment and mainstream media tried to run with the idea that Pepe had been transformed into a symbol of hate, they fell flat with anyone who was already familiar with the meme and understands the internet. This really does show how out of touch they are and why they have lost the popular narrative no matter how much BS they can spew in the media.
The attempt to demonize a meme just emphasizes the mainstream media’s loss of control over symbols and ideas, all thanks to free speech platforms that exist on the internet.