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I was watching Americas Got Talent

submitted by con77 to all 1 month ago (+21/-1)     (all)

In before all the towering intellects and shining exemplars of virtue who claim to never 1. watch tv. 2. watch movies. 3. shop at wal mart. 4. never eat a fast food burger. YOURE ALL LIARS!

Now that thats out of the way. An asian magician comes on and glibly announces that he "sold his soul " for the ability to perform magic. Simon Cowell smugly says "good".

After his performance when Heidi Klum says the obligatory " How do you do that?!" the magician again nonchalantly declares " I sold my soul".

The thing that people shrug off and refuse to contemplate is that the guy is absolutely serious! Simon Cowell being in the music business is well aware of and probably a participant in the evil practice.

Theyre spreading their malignancy on Prime Time television and the sheeple are too complacent to be aware of whats going on right in front of their eyes!


[ - ] Antiliberalsociety 6 points 1 month ago (+6/-0)*

> Simon Cowell evil

Why, who would think stars would be such a thing?

Next you're going to tell me that the Rothschilds push it on -

Well maybe TV stars have to, but the music indus-

Maybe they do it for creativity, it's not like it's all jews pushing it!

[ - ] con77 [op] 1 point 1 month ago (+1/-0)

Hugh Jackman. I would have thought he was one of the good guys. Should have known better

[ - ] AngryWhiteKeyboardWarrior 1 point 1 month ago (+1/-0)

I'm still convinced Jackman is a closet faggot.

[ - ] MasklessTheGreat 4 points 1 month ago (+4/-0)

There are a large number of top music artists that have at least one lyric that mentions selling their soul in some form or fashion. That’s not a coincidence.

[ - ] Jiggggg 1 point 1 month ago (+1/-0)

Yes. About 12 years ago, I watched a video about this and that was one of the things that made me really start researching the demonic shit in pop music.

[ - ] Skeptic5000 1 point 1 month ago (+1/-0)

I knew what it was before opening the link. Music Industry Exposed. There's a lot of bullshit in that doc, but some parts are legit. The 3 AM and "Rain man" references, as well as the Rihanna Baphomet really made me think, even before I was into conspiracies.

[ - ] Jiggggg 1 point 1 month ago (+1/-0)

>Theyre spreading their malignancy on Prime Time television and the sheeple are too complacent to be aware of whats going on right in front of their eyes!

Hit the nail right on the head. It's disgusting to see how glib people are about this.

[ - ] Goatboy 1 point 1 month ago (+1/-0)

Anything able to be bought or sold can be pirated or hacked. Similarly, for any being capable of transferring something for a price, a being of equal or greater ability could transfer as a gift.

[ - ] account deleted by user 1 point 1 month ago (+1/-0)

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[ - ] con77 [op] -1 points 1 month ago (+0/-1)

your soul would curtsy like a little girl in the presence of mine

[ - ] Skeptic5000 0 points 1 month ago (+0/-0)*

I guess you've watched this video: Magicians prove a spiritual world exists

Funny how it doesn't show up on Google. Still, a silly doc for people who find it easier to believe in magic than in stage tricks, video editing and fraud, like it has happened repeatedly on America's got talent and other "talent" shows.

This is a video of Captain Disillusion exposing the lies of America's got talent magicians: