Beast of the Month - February 1998
Emma, Geri, Mel B, Mel C, & Victoria, The Spice Girls
"I yam an anti-Christ..."
John Lydon (aka Johnny Rotten) of The Sex Pistols, "Anarchy in the UK"
"I'll tell you what I want, what I really really want
So tell me what you want, what you really really want
I wanna huh
I wanna huh
I wanna huh
I wanna huh
I wanna really really really wanna zigazig ahh!"
The Spice Girls, "Wannabe"
(Note that these are in fact the actual lyrics.)
What does it say that, though William Klinton has been implicated as a not so oblivious member of CIA-Mafia-sponsored drug-dealing in Arkansas and money laundering S & L frauds via Whitewater (much of the laundering for that same drug-dealing organization), as well as having an abnormal number of dead bodies surrounding him, the greatest threat to his presidency is the shocking allegation that he may have had sex with a college-age intern and then asked her to lie about it?
Perhaps the success of the British pop band The Spice Girls should give you a clue.
For the past year, Sexy Spice, Baby Spice, Sporty Spice, Scary Spice, & Posh Spice have been pop music's biggest phenomena. Their first album, Spice, was, according to Billboard Magazine, the best selling album of 1997. This was capped off by winning 3 American Music Awards last month, for favorite pop/rock album (for Spice), favorite new pop/rock artist, and favorite pop/rock group, a triple crown for three of the biggest awards that can be given.
Meanwhile, the prefab five continue to earn the big bucks. While Spice remains in the top 20, their second album, Spice World, has reached number three on the pop charts. Their film Spiceworld also did well in the box-office, stopped only by the gigantic wave of Titanic-mania from being the number one movie in the country.
Of course, all this will be forgotten in two years, when, as with The New Kids On The Block before them, their fans wake up and realize how horrible their "music" is and move on to other inane garbage. Indeed, as they are popular now, they are probably even more so unpopular, winning a nod in the Rolling Stone readers poll as "Hype of the Year".
But never mind that none of them can apparently really sing any better than Milli Vanilli could. Never mind that, before being created by an evil pop-svengali, the Spice Girls had careers in phone sex, soft-core porno flicks, and, reputedly, prostitution (thus explaining their current trashy wardrobe.) Just what the hell are the Spice Girls about, anyway?
There has been much speculation from some (like the brilliant but sexually repressed genius Lyndon LaRouche) that the so-called "British Invasion" was in fact a social experiment created and manufactured by British Intelligence (you know: the dudes who murdered Lady Di.) As Mr. LaRouche has put it:
"Rock is essentially a revival of the ancient, Dionysiac, Bacchic ritual. It does have a relationship to the alpha rhythms of the brain. If combined with a little alcohol and more, shall we say, mood-shaping substances, with youth, with funny sex, this does produce a personality change of a countercultural type."
In other words, a mind kontrol experiment.
And, so, the theory goes, The Beatles, the Stones, the Who and others (including, presumably later, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, The Bee Gees, The Sex Pistols, The Police, Def Leppard, and Oasis) were really just fronts for the Tavistock Institute, a diabolical UK-based Club of Rome think tank. An attempt, like with LSD, to destroy legitimate rebellion by manufacturing a kounter-kulture too self-destructive to ever accomplish any real revolutionary goals.
As absurd as that may sound on the face of it, the fact remains that even (or especially) Beatlemania was very much manufactured. Most (if not all) of the "fainting girls" were staged, the girls paid by Beatles promoters to surround the band with a state of hysteria. So were most of the "airport riots", which were always exaggerated in news reports. The idea was to create an illusionary state of fanatical popularity behind the Beatles that would become accepted, and thus soon the myth would become a self-fulfilling prophecy. The purpose of this devious plot was to brainwash the fools out there into thinking that the Beatles were the greatest rock band of all time. Of course, the Beatles ARE the greatest rock band of all time, so there's a question of why they were trying to brainwash everyone of it. In any case, the record label for the Beatles was EMI (Electrical and Mechanical Instruments), a big-time producer of military electronics and a big insider in the British military intelligence komplex.
As Dr. John Coleman warned in 1992 about rock music, "New sexually degenerate cults are even now being set up by the British Crown." Presumably, these sexually degenerate cults would encourage young girls to wanna really really really wanna zigazig ahh.
Is there something even more insidious about "Girl Power"? Maybe the recent Pokemon mass epilepsy in Japan should give you a clue. Twenty minutes into a recent episode of the popular Japanese cartoon (based on Nintendo's Freudian-overtones-named game Pocket Monsters), a combination of flashing-red lights from one character's eyes and a background multi-color explosion caused over 700 epilepsy-like seizures and nausea in fans. Some have speculated that this was a deliberate mind kontrol and/or electronic warfare experiment, speculation that was later fueled by a U. S. News & World Report article which stated that such weapons have no technical hurdles to overcome. Which basically means that they exist.
Hmmm. Say, what was EMI into again? Oh yeah, they were a big-time producer of military electronics. And guess what? The Spice Girls record label, Virgin Records, just so happens to be owned by Thorn EMI.
So, the question must be asked: are the Spice Girls really British Intelligence agents (with licences to kill), a mind kontrol experiment to encourage mindless konformity masked as hip rebellion, with insidious messages hidden in their already disturbing lyrics to turn us all into brainwashed zombie slaves of the New World Order? Is that why they've been so heavily promoted and hyped, shoved in the face of every child and turned into lunch pails, Happy Meals, and countless other konsumer goods?
Well, for once, The Konformist must officially reject a conspiracy plot. After all, such a theory would mean that their music actually has some value. And the last thing The Konformist would want to do is encourage you to listen to their crap.
No, if anything, The Spice Girls are an opium, much like Klinton's recent Peckergate woes, a mindless diversion to hide the more disturbing truths the korporate media collaborates in suppressing. Opium's are of high value to the ruling class at this time, which explains the NFL's recent bonanza TV contract. And, considering the amount of (deserved) hate that has been heaped on them, The Spice Girls also double as an 1984-esque Emmanuel Goldstein, a ritual ikon manufactured by the ruling klass to become a scapegoat for legitimate anger by the masses.
Which, of course, would mean that, by naming The Spice Girls The Beast of the Month, we're doing exactly what the ruling klass want. But, hey, their music sucks so bad, who cares? They deserve it.
In any case, we salute you, Emma, Geri, Mel B, Mel C, & Victoria, as Beast of the Month. Congratulations, and keep up the great work, girls!!!
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