Bobby Dylan in 1963Originally written by Bob Dylan in 1963, the song “Masters of War” speaks volumes. Watch below as Bob Dylan performs it live and scroll down to see Pearl Jam cover this song in an amazing way, followed by the lyrics that Dylan wrote when he crafted this masterpiece with nothing less than everything skill he had available to him at the time.

The first video is Bobby Dylans Studio Version:

Here’s Dylan performing it live, with a rock and roll flare and in 1978:

Here’s Pearl Jam’s Cover of the Song at Bob Dylan’s 30th Anniversary:

In case you were interested, here are the LYRICS:

“Come you masters of war
You that build the big guns
You that build the death planes
You that build all the bombs
You that hide behind walls
You that hide behind desks
I just don’t want you to know
I can see through your masks

You that never done nothin’
But build to destroy
You play with my world
Like it’s your little toy
You put a gun in my hand
And you hide from my eyes
And you turn and run farther
When the fast bullets fly

Like Judas of old
You lie and deceive
A world war can be won
You want me to believe
But I see through your eyes
And I see through your brain
Like I see through the water
That runs down my drain

You fasten all the triggers
For the others to fire
Then you set back and watch
While the death count gets higher
Then you hide in your mansion
While the young people’s blood
Flows out of their bodies
And is buried in the mud

You’ve thrown the worst fear
That can ever be hurled
Fear to bring children
Into the world
For threatening my baby
Unborn and unnamed
You ain’t worth the blood
That runs in your veins

How much do I know
To talk out of turn
You might say that I’m young
You might say I’m unlearned
But there’s one thing I know
Though I’m younger than you
Even Jesus would never
Forgive what you do

Let me ask you one question
Is your money that good
Will it buy you forgiveness
Do you think that it could
I think you will find
When your death takes its toll
All the money you made
Will never buy back your soul

And I hope that you die
And your death’ll come soon
I will follow your casket
In the pale afternoon
And I’ll watch while you’re lowered
Down to your deathbed
And I’ll stand o’er your grave
‘Til I’m sure that you’re dead”

Black Sabbath’s “War Pigs”

Here’s John Mayer performing at Michael Jacksons service. Think about it. John Mayer has only been in the media spotlight for a few years now, and he gets the priviledge of playing a tribute to the KING of POP?????? These guys both knew something about the powers that be. As shown below, John Mayer is aware and is trying to spread awareness of the harsh reality we live in. As also shown below, Michael Jackson was well aware of it and these powers eventually led to his death.

I’ll let you connect your own dots.
This guys from my same hometown. We grew up in the same neighborhood and worked across the street from each other, except that we differed in age enough that we never actually met. I didn’t like him much until I looked into his music more and now I am a big supporter. Check out the songs below and make sure to read the lyrics. They are very well written and the songs sound good, as to appeal to the masses.

How many times have you heard these songs and not analyzed the lyrics?

“Now if we had the power
To bring our neighbors home from war
They would have never missed a Christmas
No more ribbons on their door
And when you trust your television
What you get is what you got
Cause when they own the information, oh
They can bend it all they want”

Here’s the original hit song that brought him to fame, called “No Such Thing”

“They read all the books, but can’t find the answers”

Michael Jackson and the Illuminati

Please watch “Proof the Illuminati Killed Michael Jackson?” before watching this, in order to fully understand it’s impact and meaning.

The possibility that the lyrics to “They Don’t Care About Us” preached antisemitism was first raised publicly by The New York Times on June 15 1996, just days before the album’s release. The publication highlighted the lyrics, “Jew me, sue me, everybody do me/ Kick me, kike me, don’t you black or white me” and labeled them “slurs”. Jackson responded directly to the publication, stating:

“The idea that these lyrics could be deemed objectionable is extremely hurtful to me, and misleading. The song in fact is about the pain of prejudice and hate and is a way to draw attention to social and political problems. I am the voice of the accused and the attacked. I am the voice of everyone. I am the skinhead, I am the Jew, I am the black man, I am the white man. I am not the one who was attacking. It is about the injustices to young people and how the system can wrongfully accuse them. I am angry and outraged that I could be so misinterpreted.”

Click HERE for a 3rd party analysis of “Run This Town”. This stuff gets pretty intense.



Here’s his first commentay:

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