Ready or not, Lauryn Hill of Fugees fame has found herself sentenced to three months in a cage for extortion evasion. The extortionists call it “tax evasion”, but calling it by another name doesn’t change what it really is.
This sort of harassment and kidnapping is fairly par for the course in the USSA, of course. Just ask Wesley Snipes or Willy Nelson. But there is a new twist this time around. The tax-funded judge has ordered that Hill undergo psychiatric care in what amounts to brainwashing and re-education. Why? According to them, simply for publicly proclaiming the fact that the music industry is designed to strangle true talent while promoting mindless drivel.
Let’s just take a look at some of Lauryn’s lyrics and compare them to some of the top illuminati symbol-flashing pop stars in her genre today to see if perhaps she has a point.
Now, let’s look at some of her modern day peer group. Here are some lyrics to “I’m the Best” by Niki Minaj.
Okay. Maybe that is just one small example. Let’s look at one of Beyonce’s latest “hits”:
I think Lauryn Hill might have a point!
THE RE-EDUCATION OF LAURYN HILL
Ironically, Lauryn Hill released her album, “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” in 1998. Today, in the US, Lauryn Hill is about to be forcibly re-educated.
Her crime? Believing in “conspiracy theories” that the music industry pushes out people like her who try to speak about the truth in favor of those like Minaj and Beyonce above. Whether or not she is correct isn’t the point, however.
The point is that the US has begun “re-educating” countless people for any belief that doesn’t jibe with what is pushed out by the mainstream presstitute propaganda machine. Brandon Raub was kidnapped for doing just that and sent to be re-educated.
The term re-education camp was the official title given to the prison camps operated by the government of Vietnam following the end of the Vietnam War. In such “re-education camps”, the government imprisoned several hundred thousand former military officers and government workers from the former regime of South Vietnam. Reeducation as it was implemented in Vietnam was seen as both a means of revenge and a sophisticated technique of repression and indoctrination.
We’ll have to see how outspoken Lauryn Hill is after her internment. If she tones down her lyrics and contempt for the fascistic music industry, then it will be clear she has been repressed, broken and – to take play on a line from her most famous cover song – she has been killed softly because of her songs.