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Just watched all the 6 episodes of Danny Boyles Pistol on FX part of Disney channel, It had it's faults but overall I enjoyed it, it's based on the Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones book Lonely Boy , recently Glen Matlock bass player said to Jones his memory is shocking and John Lydon said it was a Middle class fantasy, who knows what is true but did you watch Pistols and did you enjoy it ?

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I was too young for punk (though I vaguely remember the Jubilee outrage, and all the skinheads down the King's Road when my folks took us out on a Saturday). I have got time for Johnny Rotten/Lydon though, from things over the years, so if he thinks this is shit, I won't waste my time. I don't really care for biography films anyway at the best of times.

 

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I like punk....but with a wiser head I realise the whole thing was garbage and bankrolled  controlled and coordinated by Jews..... In the case of Malcolm Mclaren and Randy Rhodes.....

 

I think mentally and culturally punk was designed to sabotage British music and culture and turn us almost overnight into snarling spitting three chord fuckwits.

 

It's a tough pill for me to swallow too..... but one by one all the heroes fall by the wayside and are just revealed to be another tool of the oppressor. 

 

I remember being in Cyprus with a Russian girl..... there was a band at this restaurant on New-Years eve.....and she was requesting these nice waltzes and dancing.... while I was requesting punk songs and jumping up and down...... looking back she must have thought I was some kind of half-witted stone-age savage.

 

I think a lot of our culture has been replaced with garbage....sadly I think most punk would qualify as garbage..... particularly the Sex Pistols...they were rubbish especially compared to The Clash who were miles beyond them musically and intellectually.

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24 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

The Clash, well Joe Strummer (middle-class son of a Turkish diplomat), weren't oiks off the street. But Lydon's a very intelligent, intuitive bloke. Strummer was a poseur.

 

Yeah, his dad was in the diplomatic service or something and 'Joe' went to public school.....

 

While Mick Jones was Jewish.....though he was an amazing guitarist.....

 

Strummer was fake.....everything about it was fake....... but somehow I think the first two Clash albums were brilliant.

 

Strummer is best when he's singing about just wanting to smoke weed and not get stabbed to death by Jamaican Yardies.

 

 

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Can't help get something like a Laurel Canyon vibe from Joe Strummer......

 

Like Jim Morrison his father was a high eminence in the machinery of the Elite.... 

 

Certainly no 'oik' or 'guttersnipe' despite what they liked to pretend.

 

Another Great Rock n Roll Swindle.

 

 

Strummer was born John Graham Mellor in Ankara, Turkey on 21 August 1952, the son of a Scottish mother and English father. His mother, Anna Mackenzie (1915–1986), was the daughter of a crofter and was born and raised in Bonar Bridge; she later became a nurse. His father, Ronald Ralph Mellor MBE (1916–1984), was born in the Indian city of Lucknow due to his own father's job as a railway official in India, and became a clerical officer who later attained the rank of second secretary in the foreign service.[2] Through his father, Strummer had an Armenian great-grandfather and a German-Jewish great-grandmother.[3] At the age of nine, Strummer and his 10-year-old brother David began boarding at the City of London Freemen's School in Surrey, and rarely saw their parents during the next seven years. He later said, "[A]t the age of nine I had to say good-bye to them because they went abroad to Africa or something. I went to boarding school and only saw them once a year after that – the Government paid for me to see my parents once a year. I was left on my own, and went to this school where thick rich people sent their thick rich kids. Another perk of my father's job – it was a job with a lot of perks – all the fees were paid by the Government."[4]

 

These people don't just 'drift into' becoming major cultural celebrities.... I wonder how much of it was engineered with people in his entourage as his handlers from day one....

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From a conspiracy perspective there were a few interesting things raised.

 

Vivianne westwood, i think it was, mentions wilhelm reich who wrote the book 'the sexual revolution'. Reich was a jewish, marxist associated with the jewish, marxist frankfurt school. So his ideas were obviously feeding into their thinking

 

She also says malcom maclaren is jewish and he says a few times that his real goal is to spark a 'revolution' so clearly the entire exercise was political.

 

Then there was the episode about how a song about abortion came to be and obviously that feeds into the sabbatean-jewish marxists desire for all non sabbatean-jewish people to kill their own young

 

So basically its a bunch of jewish marxists duping poor, uneducated white youth into acting out and attacking 'the establishment'

 

The irony, which those of us who moved past that teenage rebellious stage, realised is that the 'establishment' is really the sabbatean-jewish central bankers aka the rothschild cabal who created the whole marxism side of the dialectic in the first place to create a kind of phoney war between their own monopoly cartelism and their manufactured creature marxism out of which they would bring the west to a crisis out of which they would offer up their third way solution which is TECHNOCRACY which is what the point of their 'great reset' / 'fourth industrial revolution' is all about

 

So they foment astro-turf marxist noise to pit the impressionable youth against their own traditions, history and elders in order to destabilise western society

 

Its worked like a dream and for all those punks out there who think its just about trying to fight 'fascism' i would ask them if they think after they had their little tantrum whether the world has become freer or even more draconian? Time to wise up and understand the games being played because we are being taken for a ride

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Rubbish! I am team John. Fuck the rest of em. Frauds. 

 

I wont entertain disney watered down shit. Like the sid crap they tried to pump out trying to make drug taking and degeneracy romantic. 

 

 

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23 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Funny how even though I knew fuck all about punk or whatever, and was just a kid...I smelled "Joe" as a fraud and Johnny as a good guy.

John's a gooden mate and proper arsenal. And proper British. And honest!!

 

ELLLLLLLLLLLLO I'm John! 

 

 

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On 6/13/2022 at 4:23 PM, Edgewood said:

 

Yeah, his dad was in the diplomatic service or something and 'Joe' went to public school.....

 

While Mick Jones was Jewish.....though he was an amazing guitarist.....

 

Strummer was fake.....everything about it was fake....... but somehow I think the first two Clash albums were brilliant.

 

Strummer is best when he's singing about just wanting to smoke weed and not get stabbed to death by Jamaican Yardies.

 

 

I prefer the Pistols to the Clash but like you say the first two Clash albums were good, Mick Jones is related to that little prick Grant Shapps they are cousins . 🙄

 

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I've seen it, without a conspiracy head on it was decent entertainment, very loose with the truth, but a good watch all the same. 

 

I want to echo @Macnamara comments about Westwood and McLaren because I too noticed then comments and they did make me sit up. If anything, this programme admitted that the movement (like the musical movements before it) was a psyop, no doubt just like the spice twats with girl power etc. 

 

I liked the acting and the storyline, I just wish their was more of a focus on the music rather than the individuals themselves, but we cannot expect too much with an illuminati production. 

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6 hours ago, Morpheus said:

I want to echo @Macnamara comments about Westwood and McLaren because I too noticed then comments and they did make me sit up. If anything, this programme admitted that the movement (like the musical movements before it) was a psyop, no doubt just like the spice twats with girl power etc.

 

the level of coordination to achieve things of this magnitude whether it is a 'cultural revolution' or a global roll out of experimental jabs just shows how far reaching the power of the people who own the corporations goes. They have a virtual monopoly on most areas of life. Even when you have what looks like a grass roots movement like punk or black lives matter it is in fact being driven forward from above (its a revolution from above) and when they are then portrayed on the BBC the BBC is itself part of the whole theatre because that is controlled too

 

Society is constantly being nudged, entrained, cajoled, seduced, coerced in new directions that ultimately all lead to the same place: technocratic enslavement

 

what a dissapointment the music world was when we were looking for rebels against the covid scamdemic....fake rebels

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On 6/16/2022 at 5:04 PM, Greenhulk50 said:

I prefer the Pistols to the Clash but like you say the first two Clash albums were good, Mick Jones is related to that little prick Grant Shapps they are cousins . 🙄

 

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schapps is jewish

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On 6/13/2022 at 5:47 AM, Greenhulk50 said:

Just watched all the 6 episodes of Danny Boyles Pistol on FX part of Disney channel, It had it's faults but overall I enjoyed it, it's based on the Sex Pistols guitarist Steve Jones book Lonely Boy , recently Glen Matlock bass player said to Jones his memory is shocking and John Lydon said it was a Middle class fantasy, who knows what is true but did you watch Pistols and did you enjoy it ?

Saw them live. Doubt John Lydon wants anything to do with Disney.

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