Jay Z, Beyoncé and No Doubt Front for Globalist Festival
via Conspiracy School
by David Livingstone
Sep 28, 2014
American popular music is a manufactured product of generally very poor artistic quality, but serves the purpose of producing idols who can be used to convey subliminal messages of subversion. Edward Bernays, the father of “public relations” and nephew to Sigmund Freud, wrote: “Human beings need to have godhead symbols, and public relations counsels must help to create them.” Bernays recognized the value of his idol-making in shaping public opinion:
We have no being in the air to watch over us. We must watch over ourselves, and that is where public relations counselors can prove their effectiveness, by making the public believe that human gods are watching over us for our own benefit.
No Doubt, Jay Z, Carrie Underwood and other musical acts performed in Central Park in New York City on Saturday for the 3rd annual Global Citizen Festival, a free event organized by then Global Poverty Project, which receives the buil of its funding by major Zionist foundations.
The concept of the “Global Citizen” is an agenda with the support of the UN and its affiliated agencies, presented as a positive step forward away from the ravages of nationalism, and towards a more favorable allegiance to a single one-world government. The objective is totalitarian because it aims to replace all the world’s religions and bring everyone together under a single one-world religion, based on Freemasonry and the Kabbalah.
The Global Poverty Project disguises its sinister objectives by shrouding its projects in humanitarian principles, in order to suggest that one-world government is the only answer to humanity’s most pressing problems, global poverty being the greatest among them. However, speaking at the festival was Jim Young Kim, president of the World Bank, which is responsible for creating that staggering poverty in the first place.
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