Pop princess wants to be molested by blue-gloved goons
Paul Joseph Watson
November 12, 2013
In her recent hit song “Slow Down,” pop princess Selena Gomez attempts to make TSA molestation sound sexy and trendy.
Now that I have captured your attention.
I wanna steal you for a rhythm intervention.
Mr. TSA*, I’m ready for inspection.
Show me how you make a first impression.
What kind of sick deviant would think that being groped by a blue-gloved TSA goon could in any way be sexy? What’s next? Is Selena going to regale us with tales of how alluring it is to be molested by a rapist?
This is all part of the degenerate entertainment industry’s bid to make tyranny trendy.
From Beyonce’s riot cop dancers to Jay-Z’s illuminati obsession, it’s all designed to indoctrinate their young fans with the notion that secret societies and submitting to an all powerful state is sexy.
Whereas real art and real music should be about inspiring young people with meaningful and rich concepts, the modern entertainment-industrial complex does the exact opposite – it teaches children to be vacuous, unthinking, cheap – and promotes that message that intellectual castration is not just cool, but in fact the only way to get ahead in life.