Monday, July 20, 2015

Monday Musical Interlude

You can lead a man to a drink But you can't make him take a sip You can lead a man to a link But that don't mean he gonn' click What's this? Y'all ain't really on no deep shit I peeped it, scared of a motherfuckin' secret Society and only bein' with people you agree with You scared of a chalice scared of death Only thing worse is your silence Illuminatis enlightened, the OWL see in the darkness Masonic roots still survive from the book of dearly departed Egyptologist and scholars Symbologists at the college Will all acknowledge that ancient Kemet is where it started Way farther back than the knights Or the Rite of the Scottish You need to wake up, no new Bugatti My enemy tryna stop me but I don't stand a chance If I can't identify 'em properly Illuminati as we know it started in Bavaria Years before it landed on the shores of America The mission: abolishment of government and religion They were enemys of the state And they was hated by the Christians They was Poets, they was Scholars Early Illuminati was sorta like the students In Victor Hugo's Les Miserables The modern day politicians would diss 'em Turning them into martyrs This in turn inspired the founding fathers The vast majority Masons who were the subject of the Illuminati Found this fascination the order was insipiration And ain't no disrespect to the masons But you try to keep secrets then it leads to speculation Only those in league with Satan need to hide infomation That's how you catch a ride to your final destination Where the proof, show 'em proof put it all on the table When the facts are intact ain't no need for a fable Good versus evil is primitive Real life's more complex, what's your context? They put the symbols on the dollar bill, the monument, the obelisk They honouring Columbia the children of the colonists You can trace it back to the root trace it back again It's really just another case of stealin' from the African Racism and vanity justify the sale of flesh You property like cattle or produce but are you still as fresh? Population control is real, you know the deal But still perpetuate the cycle of violence We known to hold the steel No, I don't need no fuckin' chorus Use to read so many books Thought I was a hoarder down at Borders Like Behold the Pale Horse or The New World Order But you really don't know what you reading If you really don't know the author A lot of Satan worship is just government propaganda Unsubstantiated lies with no proof a bunch of slander Of course there are forces against you and that's a fact Don't get caught in the distraction, it's bigger than any rapper The truly oppressed ain't got the luxury of inventing a monster The devil incarnate is much realer than the devil in concert What they doing so sinister Worse than any blood sacrifice you can imagine Iller than any cinema The Federal Reserve, the World Bank and the IMF Helping the poor get poorer you in debt until your dying breath Food, vaccines, humanitarian aid They want control of the region, they really tryna get paid Obey thy consumer make a product out of man Where's the conspiracy? It's always been the plan Y'all niggas scared of one world currency But still paying your taxes It ain't the Illuminati that worry me Lack of spiritual energy, suicidal tendencies Unwitting soldiers in the armies of the enemy I'm leaking information so follow me down the wormhole Same reason that they called Bradley Manning a turncoat

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Imaginary Pressure

Imagine your life without time, without a constant sense that you’re running behind, frustrated that yet again you are losing the battle against the irresistible force of the ticking clock. Imagine not wishing there were more hours in the day.

We haven’t always been obsessed with time. In fact, as the historian E.P. Thompson highlighted half a century ago, before the Industrial Revolution clocks were largely irrelevant. Instead of a time orientation, people had a task orientation. They had jobs to do, and so they did them in the natural order, at the natural time. This worked for a largely agricultural society. However, the factories of the Industrial Revolution needed to coordinate hundreds of people to get them working at the same time, in synchronicity—and that required clocks. 

So business leaders imposed clock time on their workforce (not without resistance), and eminent leaders, such as Benjamin Franklin, reinforced the value of this with statements like “time is money.”