I set off a small firestorm amongst several die hard fans last time I posted about this, so I’m fully expecting the pushback again, it’s all good. But like so many things in these times of revealing, hindsight lends perspective. Yesterday, I decided to listen to this song again (it’s a fun, upbeat-sounding song and he’s such a geek-cutie) and I played the official music video accompanying. Funny how you see things you missed the first time that seem so obvious now.
The video starts out with Mraz in this green tee with only the word TEAM. Team….what? Green, of course! Osiris, environmentalism, Pale Horse.
Mraz pops out briefly in an isolated shot wearing an “I (heart)…” button, but I can’t make out what he hearts.
Immediately following Mraz is wearing white bunny slippers…follow the white rabbit. In mind control this is a signal for those under control that programming is upcoming, pay attention and follow. It’s disarming in this context as it just reinforces his goofy, innocent, sweet boyishness.
This guy, Mraz points to as he sings “you were born on the 4th of July, freedom rings” – this is working class, patriotic Americans – “but something on the surface, it stings” (toxic “vaccines”..?) – (at least the lyrics online read “stings” but I hear very clearly “stinks” – remember Ricky Gervais publicly divulging Sandra Bullock’s comment about how poor people are gross and smell bad..?) then for the first time says, “but if you gots the poison, I gots the remedy”.
Next, he walks past this older, rural man and snatches his keys from his hand (recall the significance of keys in the Monkeys series) and the man looks on suspiciously but barely moves as Mraz pets his dog, steals his car — but wait, is that car really his anyway…? We’re supposed to be repulsed by this stupid, empty shell of a charicatured man and his nasty, food-dripped clothes and to not care what is taken from him, because in the Laird’s eyes, this man is lower than a pig.
He’s singing here “I says, the comedy is that it’s serious
Which is a strange enough new play on words
I say the tragedy is how you’re gonna spend
The rest of your nights with the light on
So shine the light on all of your friends
When it all amounts to nothing in the end” — ILLumination and he’s telling you how they tell us the truth, but disguised so we brush it off.
Whoops! Nope! Silly slaves it’s clearly his, it’s got his name on it. Mraz gets in and starts her up, then loads up both men’s chickens (cloaka – what pedos call little kids) who were following the Pied Piper merrily along – this is showing how they steal our children who willingly follow them anywhere (it’s also showing how they believe that, as they own us, then everything in our immediate possession is inherently theirs and may be taken with as little fuss and protest as this). And how we so often let them, even if we have suspicions (like the older man in the rocking chair) because Mraz looks so All American and innocuous. He’s just a good kid.
Second verse starts with a woman carrying a huge load of eggs in an unwieldy fashion – odd, until you realize this, especially juxtaposed with her ample cleavage, symbolizes her own fertility. This is where Mraz starts to sing about listening to the news about a catastrophe and the “unavoidable kiss”…
“Well, I heard two men talking on the radio
In a cross fire kind of new reality show
Uncovering the ways to plan the next big attack
While they were counting down
The ways to stab the brother in the be right back after this
The unavoidable kiss
Where the minty fresh death breath is sure to outlast this catastrophe
Dance with me
‘Cause if you’ve gots the poison, I’ve gots the remedy”
Uh oh! Her eggs have all been shattered as she kept her eyes focused in glowing admiration on him instead of minding her treasure. This is symbolic of destroyed fertility via their many methods (abortion, gender interference, sterilizing drugs, etc).
Oh, but look, all’s well, she’s still enamoured. Just like the people who fall for this today…
…like this guy, big, strong man, tough soldier, but Mraz plugged up his barrel (from which the “live fire” i.e. sperm is ejected – how many times do elites refer to guns as an “extension of a man’s p***s” and claim he’s “compensating for something”?) and turns him into a flower girl without firing a single shot. This also destroys fertility from the seed end.
This is the image that shows up as Mraz sings “When I fall in love, I take my time, no need to worry (hurry? they don’t seem to have a care in the world what they disclose anymore) when I’m making up my mind”. Two little twin boys. Just following this scene, Mraz hoists himself up to sit, implausibly, on the top of an awkward fire hydrant, which is about the height of these boys’ heads, subtly thrusting his hips forward in that process. If it isn’t intentional, what was it placed in this scene for?
There’s a fair bit of graffiti throughout which I’m sure is meaningful and I may revisit this all again another day, depending on how this is received.
I suppose the biggest warning in this, for me, is that everything is tainted if it’s not independently released. How much of this was Mraz aware of himself? Who knows except him and Father, he might be more of a tool than a perpetrator. This is comparatively happy, upbeat, etc, but the worm in the apple is just as nasty if not moreso as it slides in under our radar. The young, goofyish, innocent-seeming sweetie is grinning right in our faces along with the rest of them. I don’t dislike him, that’s the rub – he’s charming, I find myself bopping along to the upbeat and singing with. That’s the point.
Here’s the video, see for yourself. https://youtu.be/BW17WAwMcoQ