I recently stopped to listen to a street busker singing cover songs. One of those songs was Imagine by John Lennon. As the crowd around me happily sung along, I grimaced at lyrics that painted not peace and love but authoritarianism and control.

Imagine is a globalist anthem for ushering in plans of world socialism and unipolar government, and it’s still used today by those same globohomos, such as the Anti-Defamation league, which has attacked me in the past. They’re currently featuring the song (archive) for their “world without hate” page, which translates to “world where only we can hate.”

Below I have taken the lyrics and translated them to their actual meaning.

Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us only sky
Imagine all the people
Living for today… Aha-ah…

Imagine if we killed off God and replaced him by managers, propagandists, and scientists controlled by a small group of elites who dictated the foods you would eat, the jobs you would have, and even the way you would love one another (yes means yes, rapist). Your new religion will be materialism where you wake up every day aching for physical possessions or desires that we manipulate to keep you in a constant state of mental slavery.

Imagine there’s no countries
It isn’t hard to do
Nothing to kill or die for
And no religion, too
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace… You…

Imagine that George Soros and his globohomo cronies succeeded with their plans of “open society” by destroying Europe and the United States with millions of low-grade migrants while bombing to smithereens any other country that resists their dictates. All national identity will be erased, followed quickly by self-identity, so that you are a gingerbread cookie copy of everyone else, mentally and chemically controlled to be docile animals that never threaten those in power.

You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will be as one

I’m not a hippie doofus but a pawn of an establishment that is hard at work with a depopulation agenda and color revolutions to realize a masterful globalist vision. The fact that I was a member of the first real “pop” band should clue you in to the usefulness that I provide to the one-world government dictatorship. Resisting will be futile.


Imagine no possessions
I wonder if you can
No need for greed or hunger
A brotherhood of man
Imagine all the people
Sharing all the world… You…

You will be given rations that consist of GMO soy and corn mixed up in a slurry that provides all your nutritional needs. You will not be able to own things like cars or apartments because we will rent or crowdshare them to you based on your true need that is determined by scientists on our payroll. The good news is that you will never be jealous of your neighbor again because he will be using the same Chinese-made junk as you.

You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will live as one

The boot is about to land on your face, but I hope you grant us your consent in ushering in these plans because it will make for a smoother transition to a world where a small group at the top can efficiently control billions of slaves that have become too weakened to ever threaten their authority. By the way, celebrate “diversity” while you can because within 100 years everyone will have the exact shade of mahogany brown skin.

While there are many pop songs that are now jarring to my ears because of how “useful” the lyrics are for destroying any notion of traditional society, Imagine takes the cake for the most blatantly socialist song that is still prized for its message, even though its vision was already attempted in the Soviet Union to the tune of tens of millions dead.

Humans certainly have an innate craving for good stories and pleasant music, but we have to make sure that those who are making the movies and songs we consume are not implanting ideas in our minds that help them rule over us. Unfortunately, it’s clear that anything coming out of Hollywood or the music industry today has those very aims in mind.

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  1. GRock October 24, 2016 at 9:38 am

    Interesting. I too have begun to apply today’s current condition to music from the hippy era and contrast the “togetherness” lyricised about so frequently. The great irony lies when considering your article: http://www.rooshv.com/western-society-is-being-completely-inverted

    Whether the resultant intention of Lennon’s song was to spread the message of socialism or not, we can see where the mindset has led us now.

    1. Morrison October 25, 2016 at 11:33 am

      I was just a young boy when all this “peace love and understanding” nonsense started spewing, and what is wrong with that? Sounded good in theory only to realize it’s marxist propaganda in disguise.

      “Whether the resultant intention of Lennon’s song was to spread the message of socialism or not, we can see where the mindset has led us now”

      Exactly. Musicians are just musicians, but many of the public will take lyrics of a song as some sort of high philosophy or biblical meaning – when in fact, the lyrics are just that.

      I seem to recall some film footage of John Lennon outside his mansion, talking to a stranger – this guy was waiting outside wanting to speak with Lennon about one of his songs and inquire further about the lyrics. And if memory serves, Lennon simply told the guy that the song was simply inspired after he took a good dump and was having a nice day – that was all. No profound message was intended. But people, in general, are fucking stupid.

      1. jz95 October 25, 2016 at 11:56 pm

        We really need to go back to the days where musicians and entertainers got on stage, did their thing, and didn’t spew political views. If you’re an entertainer, I want to be entertained. If I want politics, I’ll read the news.

      2. Morrison October 26, 2016 at 11:00 am

        “We really need to go back to the days where musicians and entertainers got on stage, did their thing, and didn’t spew political views”

        For many years I really enjoyed the music of U2 – but as of late I can’t listen to any of their recent songs without thinking of fucking annoying lead singer Bono vomiting his environmental / far left proselytizing bullshit. This, all coming from a spoiled rock star who does not practice what he preaches. He owns a mansion, travels first class everywhere etc. It’s all bullshit. And of course Bono also publically shits on capitalism, particularly America, yet he has no issue with selling his albums and concert venues throughout the USA. These musicians (and entertainers for that matter) are hypocrites.

        As a result of my changing sentiment about Bono – I now prefer to only listen to their very early work like “Gloria” or “Three Sunrises” albums such as “Boy” or “October” or “War”. This period was a time when they were young kids who were happy performing – it was all about the music; as it should be. And for the most part, during their begining days Bono kept his pie-hole shut about his world views and simply sang the songs.

      3. Da Mac October 31, 2016 at 7:49 am

        Since when was politics not a forum for discussion?!? You must be one of them!

      4. Da Mac October 31, 2016 at 7:50 am

        I gotta agree that the best artists don’t need to lean on politics like some sort of crutch, though.

      5. Page December 20, 2016 at 12:15 am

        Then we wouldn’t have Trump.

      6. jz95 December 20, 2016 at 12:23 am


      7. Jim Jones Koolaid October 30, 2016 at 5:06 am

        Most song lyrics wouldnt even qualify as bad poems without the music.

      8. positron1 November 14, 2016 at 12:54 am

        “The lyrics of pop songs are so banal that if you show a spark of intelligence they call you a poet.”

        -Paul Simon

      9. Page December 20, 2016 at 12:15 am

        Then we wouldn’t have Trump though.

    2. bill elder October 26, 2016 at 3:03 am

      About the time Lennon was spewing out unicorn flatulence, I read my first deep politics book – it was called “None Dare Call it Conspiracy” by Garry Allen. I never viewed political events with mainstream zombie optics ever since. Now in republication and available on KIndle, this is a primer which was prophesy of what we are experiencing today with globalism.

  2. Gordon Liu October 24, 2016 at 9:39 am

    There is an argument that this type of utopian society actually could exist in a world of free energy, replicator technology, and super medicine. In such a scenario, money would be considered obsolete, and personal ambition would be redirected towards a meritocracy system of contribution (Ubuntu Society). This is similar to what has been portrayed in Star Trek. But it is vastly different than the current nationalist vs globalist debate.

    The only way we could achieve such a paradigm shift is if the Secret Space Program technologies were unleashed to the world. This type of disclosure is the current path we are trending towards with national interests, and the future the elite globalists are trying to avoid.

    Imagine no more oil. It’s easy if you try.

    1. Albionic American October 24, 2016 at 2:20 pm

      Oil is the closest thing to “free energy” the world will ever see. One barrel of oil costing about $50, comparable to the price for a shirt and a pair of jeans from Walmart, has enough energy to replace a healthy man’s physical labor for a year. Buckminster Fuller called this unit the “energy slave,” as I recall.

      And oil can’t decide to murder you, like Nat Turner.

      1. Gordon Liu October 24, 2016 at 5:03 pm

        You might be right. Free energy already exists behind the veil of secrecy. But will the world ever see it is the real question.

      2. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 8:22 am

        Problem is that there’s a finite supply of it and as more developing countries come online and start industrializing the race toward the last drop will accelerate. Doesn’t help either that so much of it is owned by the most God awful countries.

      3. mtman2 November 2, 2016 at 12:03 pm

        Well- there is no seen end to oil and gas supplies and this has been known for quite some time. Also much of both is right under North America.

        Moreover since before WWII it was understood that petro origins are being formed in the earth having nothing to do with fossils etc.
        These misnomers have been propagated for reasons of enormous profits.
        The U.S. gubmint makes more on every barrel of oil than the net profit of oil companies- so why would they squeal while doing absolutely nothing for billion$ of dollars a year. It’s just part of the Globalist Bankster scam over the USA Inc. since 1862 and esp 1913 as well as 1944 to finally lock American’s in as debtor-slaves by the IMF via the Bretton Woods Agreement by FDR as well as foisting the U.N. on us while giving Stalin everything he needed as well as 1/2 the free world to counter balance U.S. influence in the world.
        WE are still pretty much the “sleeping giant” Adolf called us back in the 30’s. Just dumber and more dependent of “them” and PC garbage.

        If Khill-liary get “installed” WE will be on OUR way to buying and selling with a number ~!

      4. ShadowRising November 3, 2016 at 10:37 am

        I suppose you have a peer-reviewed source proving the tinfoil hat abiotic oil theory?

      5. mtman2 November 3, 2016 at 11:31 am

        oh my – such big words and everything- must be one of the smart peoples.
        Gee being your sooo smart and poor little ol’ me with being a tinfoil hat unit- why don’t you research it with all that big word. smartness you own self.
        I merely passed along what’s been out there for 70-80yrs.
        You could actually thank me- as you haven’t known about it and go see for yourself.
        I didn’t come up with it- nor impose on the sheople world view typically sold to us peasants- which you happily repeated and espoused above.

        Just merely pointed out the monetary profit factors involved that would come apart if it were true and become known- this then would just be another scam from big brother and OUR owners= the international banksters(IMF/FED+WB/UN).

        Thinking and learning is a good thing- attacking strangers and unkown theories not so smart- esp in person face to face.

        Personally I don’t trust anything the gubmint tries to sell as truth or fact.
        Watched the news lately S R?
        Now there’s a ‘shadow rising’ into full on darkness of any truth whatsoever esp if the PC-sheople candidate gets “installed” by these very banksters ~!
        ps- or they shovel in big gov presidential candidate Paul Ryan or also signed in and on- good ol’ Mitt baby.(both signed under the wire for a reason but never ran??? Khill-liary might fraud her way in but never survive to be sworn= then….?

      6. Stoshy December 7, 2016 at 12:00 am

        Yea, I remember an Oceanography professor in an old class of mine discussing the myths of oil. It doesn’t come from fossils, rather a variety of different interacting systems including biological plankton.

    2. Marshallaw October 24, 2016 at 3:24 pm

      To have such a society populations would have to be strictly controlled. Energy may be free but food and water supplies would come under increasing pressure as populations increased exponentially with such prosperity…… watch Soylent Green…..

      1. Gordon Liu October 24, 2016 at 4:58 pm

        Yeah sources indicate replicator technology would be able to end starvation and hunger. Population could explode, but at the same time we are talking about being able to populate and seed the universe on a whole new level. We would not be limited to this planet at that point.

    3. Morrison October 25, 2016 at 11:35 am

      “There is an argument that this type of utopian society actually could exist in a world of free energy, replicator technology, and super medicine”

      Add in the Human animal who will always want more and better. A utopian society is contingent on being happy with one’s lot in life no matter how shitty, and never wanting to improve on it.

  3. Hubert Cumberdale October 24, 2016 at 9:41 am

    Those globalists and SJW’s have been playing those mind games forever, and the manosphere is lifting the veil. We know “love” is not the answer.

    1. Page December 20, 2016 at 12:37 am

      It is and it isn’t. Love and hate is the answer. The balance.

  4. Lunostrelki October 24, 2016 at 10:15 am

    At least the Soviet Union supported families to the extent that their population was steadily growing throughout the 1980s. The West is heading on a trajectory even more communist than the Russians and Chinese.

    1. just a human October 24, 2016 at 10:41 am

      I am anti soviet. But You are right-at the last 15 years of Soviet Union there were no problems to start a family,all education (also universities) was absolutely for free and also any medical care-absolutely for free. One of my family members is a doctor,and with his diploma (which he get for free) he is working now as a doctor in one of western europe’s countries. Yes-acceptance procedure for his diploma was very long-it took a couple years. I recently looked at photo of my class at age 14. Photo was taken in 1989 -last year of soviets. In my class were approx 30 people – from those -only one fat guy and one fat girl. But they where just slightly above average weight.

      1. Annie October 25, 2016 at 6:31 am

        Please keep in mind the there is nothing Russian in “Soviet”. The leaders of the October Revolution and the Soviet Union were not Orthodox Christian, ethnic Russians. In fact, the Russian Orthodoxy was severely harmed by the execution of the last Tsar’s family, which represented what the Soviets (globalists) hated the most: original Christian faith (unchanged since the times of Christ), patriarchy in which each gender was happy and fulfilled, nuclear family, traditional values, and sense of belonging to a kinship nation. The Soviet Union was the first globalist experiment on a deeply traditional, Christian nation. The rest of the world is experiencing that now.

    2. disqus_2015ScorpioWater October 30, 2016 at 12:39 pm

      Many Germans are giving up on certain liberated activities such as public nudity, much of it has to do with the large scale migration of Muslim immigrants into the country. It was not uncommon to see people, both men and women swimming butt naked in the public pools and saunas there but now its less and less common, mostly because immigrants find the practice offensive and there have been incidents where females have been attacked.
      It was really fascinating to see child bearing age women strip nude in front of you without giving one thought in a coed locker room before going to a sauna or a swimming pool. They still exist but they are not as popular these days because of recent events. I even saw a German woman in her 20s with large breasts spread her legs wide open in front of me on a lounge chair in a swimming hall, she did not care that me a 40 something male saw her, an American woman would be screaming in the same situation.
      German women used to be very open and friendly towards strangers but I noticed since the Cologne melee many of them are becoming more guarded towards men that they do not know and German women are far more sexually adventurous compared to Americans and Canadians.
      That being said I live in Hungary but I used to punt in Germany, and see how large scale third world immigration fucked up things major league over there.
      German women are now covering up mostly because they do not want to wind up being assaulted by the millions of migrants from Middle Eastern countries who are flooding the country. It sucks for those of us who know how to control ourselves.

  5. Davis M.J. Aurini October 24, 2016 at 10:29 am

    The only Beatle’s song worth listening to is “Happiness is a Warm Gun”.

  6. MajorStyles October 24, 2016 at 11:04 am

    And all of this culminated at Woodstock – the rock concert that replaced the church. Now, instead of receiving rules that will guide you on raising a family, you will experience a faux “spirituality” that is created by eating LSD.

    Years later, when you are a recovering addict who is not able to pair bond with women, you will be the perfect zombie for the globalist machine: a broken man, incapable of rising to greatness.

    And you’ll hate Donald Trump, because he represents the strength you were not able to obtain.

    1. Annie October 25, 2016 at 5:23 am

      Your analysis is very true. I should add that the Beatles experiment and all ensuing pop-culture and bands that followed created millions of broken men and women alike who ended their days as “useless eaters”. The ultimate goal is to annihilate useless eaters through self-destruction (indulgence in pleasures) and than to take the control of human reproduction through mass sterilization and ex-utero reproduction of “units” that will serve the new regime.

      1. MajorStyles October 25, 2016 at 6:17 am

        Agreed. The media easily chooses to highlight (or not highlight) bands based on whether or not they fulfill the narrative. So The Beatles were the beneficiary of being the “chosen ones” in that regard.

    2. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 8:26 am

      Gimme a break. Where do you think all those Woodstock kids ended up? They are our parents. They grew up to be completely normal people. All this doom and gloom talk.

      1. MajorStyles October 25, 2016 at 10:09 am

        Some of them grew up to be normal. But a lot of them ended up with substance abuse problems (I know quite a few).

      2. Page December 20, 2016 at 12:44 am

        Substance abuse has never been as “high” as it is today. Those people at Woodstock were on to something. It’s just not there yet.

      3. DeCode October 28, 2016 at 6:57 pm

        And dont forget, less that 1% of that generation even participated in Woodstock, or even bought into that Hippy bullshit. The group that was about that lifestyle were cultural rebels and degenerates. A large proportion of them did not turn out “ok”.

        We live in an era that is full of revisionism when it comes to the realities of the social upheaval of the 50-70s.

      4. obot October 29, 2016 at 3:28 am

        Gimme a break. You think every kid in the country popped LSD at Woodstock?

  7. Clark Kent October 24, 2016 at 12:32 pm

    Something tells me that as an artist he was responding to the zeitgeist of his times. If he grew up today and saw a Britain that no longer belonged to British people, it’s possible that he’d be campaigning for a sort of nationalist independence instead.
    If this is true, than it means we need to think about the role of artists more critically. They know how to connect with people and often support social cohesion, but sometimes their message is short-sighted and only serves the present moment.
    I saw a rap-rock artist last night at work and while his music had the predictable soothing warm fuzzies effect on me that live music often has, I recoiled when he started bashing Trump and showing off his lefty/liberal cred. Couldn’t help but think to myself that this “artist” probably has little in common with the average person that wants to just live a simple family life.
    I really hope people are not actually looking to entertainers like Robert DeNiro and John Lennon to inform their political ideas.

    1. spicynujac October 24, 2016 at 12:55 pm

      It’s interesting to think about this article and the message of the lyrics when looked at in a different light. But I don’t think Lennon was some nefarious creative artist secretly working for Soros.

      While the world has become more globalist since Imagine was recorded, it has also largely ignored his message of peace, love, and cooperation. If anything, the world today is more inhuman, cold, harsh, and cruel. Instead of ignoring possessions, we’ve become more consumerist than ever. And gone are the days of easy love with happy hippy chicks. Man, my uncle tells me how incredible those days were…

      1. Clark Kent October 24, 2016 at 1:21 pm

        “But I don’t think Lennon was some nefarious creative artist secretly working for Soros”
        No I don’t think so either. And I wouldn’t say that leftist ideas have absolutely no place in politics. But this complete willingness to allow invaders to come in and leech off and replace your own people completely baffles me.

        And yeah you’re right… What’s the modern day version of peace and love? Bitches, hoes, and fancy-clothes, drugs, thugs, and anything goes?

      2. Marshallaw October 24, 2016 at 3:19 pm

        I would disagree about the leftist ideas. As Lenin not Lennon, said “socialism is the on the roadway to communism”…..

      3. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 2:29 pm

        Communism requires authoritarianism and destruction of democracy. Socialist believe in neither, if we’re talking about the type of democratic socialism in N. Europe.

      4. Marshallaw October 25, 2016 at 3:57 pm

        Em, do you not see whats happening in the current year? Democracy is under threat in Europe and America. Authoritarianism is just around the corner.

      5. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 2:27 pm

        Lennon was known to be kind of as asshole in real life even though his public face was being this hippy dippy luminary. I guess sort of the Steve Jobs of his time.

      6. obot October 29, 2016 at 3:31 am

        You mean the degenerates in Sweden is what you admire?

      7. Morrison October 26, 2016 at 11:07 am

        “. And gone are the days of easy love with happy hippy chicks. Man, my uncle tells me how incredible those days were”

        I hear ya. I think the baby-boomers was the best time to be born and live in the States. American women who were in their early 20’s to mid 20’s were prettiest during the late 1960’s to mid 1970’s in terms of the fashion and hair style. These women also were not fat, and despite feminism starting to makes it’s initial mark, women during that era still knew how too cook and sew.

      8. DeCode October 28, 2016 at 7:18 pm

        I disagree entirely. Nefarious, no, but a far left, social revolutionary, exploiting his musical influence to project his world view? Hell yes. You know people by their fruit. All that far left mysticism that permeated the Beatles music was not accidental. Thats how they truly felt. Artist can’t help but project their values and world view though their medium.

        Even later in life, all of them are socialist preaching leftist to some degree. It is what it is. Frankly I don’t know how anyone would expect it to be otherwise. By the late 60s Britian was eyeball deep in its own failing socialist experiment – of which the Beatles were the first generation to be raised knowing nothing else. And they were young and immature. Youth always lack the maturity to understand why their elder’s more conservative outlook is superior for a stable society.

    2. Morrison October 25, 2016 at 2:25 pm

      “If he grew up today and saw a Britain that no longer belonged to British people, it’s possible that he’d be campaigning for a sort of nationalist independence instead”

      I kinda doubt it – most popular musicians are on board with the current agenda of the elites.

  8. Carl Draper October 24, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    “killed off God” – there is no God to kill off, Lennon was imagining a world without religion that causes war.

    1. obot October 29, 2016 at 3:32 am

      Because all wars are caused by religion and we would be in a big kumbaya utopia if not for religion LMAO!!!

  9. Marshallaw October 24, 2016 at 3:16 pm

    The picture on the cover of Rolling Stone is very telling. Lennon was a complete cuck to a mad Japanese “artist” who used him to promote her brand of artistry, and I use the term very loosely. He was also rumoured to have had a homosexual relationship with the Beatles manager, (((Brian Epstein))). The whole “bed protest” was cringeworthy. He had more money than sense with his inflated ego.
    I liked some of the Beatles music but Lennon was bent over and given a serious reaming from that crazy Jap. Yoko broke up the band…..

    1. Fokker TISM October 24, 2016 at 5:00 pm

      Men Without Hats did “I am the Walrus” much better than the Beatles ever could.


      Anyway, you’re right about Yoko breaking up the Beatles.

  10. CloseHauled October 24, 2016 at 3:26 pm

    “Imagine there’s no countries
    It isn’t hard to do
    Nothing to kill or die for”

    These members of the synagogue of Satan (see Revelation) have fomented most of the wars and all of the Marxists movements the last 100 years that have resulted in over 100 million deaths.

    Why would anyone think they could live free and in peace under such evil? The one world is not going to be an utopia (well maybe for (((them))), for just a little while though before it all comes crashing down on them)

    1. Tessio Was Always Smarter October 24, 2016 at 7:48 pm

      Whoah whoah whoah. You can bash Marxists around here, but lay off Satan. He hooked me up with some sweet guitar chops.

      1. jz95 October 26, 2016 at 12:00 am

        By any chance is your real name Robert Johnson?

  11. rudolph October 24, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    I think you are completely losing your mind. JL hardly gave a shit about politics, as do most musicians. I am not overrating the song, but it is a good one,and it doesn’t talk about any of these problems you memtion . It was made during better times than the current ones. There was no AIDS and sex was a lot better than it is now. And yeah, people dreamt more. I wasn’t there at the time, but I doubt the song is about any of the stuff you mention. One thing I never understood is why JL chose this ugly woman, though. Girls were probably throwing their panties on stage

    1. rudolph October 24, 2016 at 3:50 pm

      PS, and the world was simpler and “purer”. At least it seemed so. A song like this, if it were written now, would probably attract sneers. Music and art is always a product of the times and environment at the time. The one you might review and find strange is death metal with cover of someone inserting a crucifix in her vagina, with very strange music with growls and roars, no words at all

    2. Marshallaw October 24, 2016 at 4:27 pm

      What kind of sex are you having? Sounds like you’re doing it wrong…..

      1. rudolph October 24, 2016 at 6:09 pm

        I am not having any sex at all… Been there, done that. The lack of it doesn’t bother me more than the lack of cheesecake. As oppose as you, I didn’t build my life around having sex with a drunken slut in a club for a night. And spending money and valuable time in the process. That shit is for you to do😊 soon or later you will realize that it is really a lot of nothing. It is OK to do if you are 18, I am too old to waste my time around brainless drunk girls in an enviroment I don’t care about

      2. redpillyogi October 24, 2016 at 8:22 pm

        you should check out maslows hierarchy of human needs…sex is at the bottom rung, right there with food, shelter, water, etc…

      3. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 8:29 am

        Tell that to the Pope.

      4. Ofelas October 30, 2016 at 10:47 am

        That pyramid concept has been revisioned and redefined couple of times during the approx 60 years since Maslow published it. (The main criticism targeted on it was, that it is actually extremely self-centered, as a mental product of very narcissistic and consumerist oriented environment and time. Pyramid of one’s needs, where any mention of any connection to others is only in a context of how it fulfills my needs – in other words: me, me, me)
        The amendments or redefining went mostly in that way like if you’d imagine kind of tentacles or connecting lines in the triangle diagram, connecting the levels/hierarchies, upwards and downwards, serving as feedback- or control mechanisms. Like: ‘higher’, more ‘human’ motivations can suppress or rather overwrite a big deal the motivations placed on the baser level of the diagram.
        Eg. say: you are starving, your child is starving, so you give the food to the child, probably.
        Or, there are definitely moments, when, even incredibly horny, one simply wouldn’t fuck certain available object, for reasons that can be described as say moral.

        Also, records from eg concentration camp (Viktor Frankl’s writing) show that sexual impulses disappear when under extremely hard conditions and undernutrition.
        So, placing sex among food, water, etc – basic biological needs, was rather Maslow’s lapse, than anything else.

      5. redpillyogi October 31, 2016 at 12:07 am

        probable because you need food/water/air/shelter to actually live. but once these needs are met, the next thing is to breed, that would be the only reason for the humans existence, from a biological standpoint. so, yeah. maybe maslow should have made a second tier and placed sex just above food/water/shelter/air…

      6. mtman2 November 2, 2016 at 12:24 pm

        Everything was good except “OK at 18” – that’s how the moral degradation is injected into social+cultural mores.

        Morally strong parenting with discretionary wisdom raises children to know and to choose what’s keeping such a societal balance but the opposite has given us what WE now have and it is sinking daily ~!

  12. Fokker TISM October 24, 2016 at 4:57 pm

    I believe that Yoko Ono (that talentless Jap slut who broke up the Beatles) is responsible for John Lennon turning to communism. Without her, “Imagine” wouldn’t exist.

    I also remember hearing that due to “Imagine”, the Soviet government sent their condolences when Lennon was killed.

    1. jz95 October 25, 2016 at 11:51 pm

      Come on. Let’s be real. The Beatles are one of the most overrated musical acts of the twentieth century, right up there with Bob Dylan.

      1. DeCode October 28, 2016 at 7:57 pm


  13. Tessio Was Always Smarter October 24, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    He WAS a hippie doofus. John Lennon wasn’t that sophisticated and was simply writing about his silly utopian dream. Great songsmith, but with not-very-well-thought-out notions of how the world should be. There’s a scene in “Imagine John Lennon” where a reporter challenges his worldview and he comes across as a simple-minded tool.

    1. God October 25, 2016 at 1:47 am

      Its easy to have the kind of outlook as John Lennon when you are a superstar millionaire.

      1. obot October 29, 2016 at 3:36 am

        Just like Bono and the Hollyweirdos

  14. Rahul Patil October 24, 2016 at 11:11 pm

    IMO this article definitely took the wrong turn everywhere! The song just spreads the message of everyone at peace. Lennon wrote about the things that actually disrupts peace, and so if those things were never there, we would have lesser worries, no? And he never said “kill God off”, hell, he meant religion because that’s one of the contributors to hate in this world; by “no countries” he meant discrimination; obviously “no possessions” means sharing.
    But John himself never followed it, but he did think of such a world – he’s just dreaming. And he’s probably trying to say that he was too late to realize things and that others like him should do something and not end up like him.
    You must also understand that the song and the artist himself can be very different. They are separate and that’s evident. He’s not talking about his life story or whatever anyway, so it’s also not justified when someone tries to compare the song to the artist. After all, perspective depends on YOU!

  15. tickletik October 25, 2016 at 2:26 am

    Yup. There is the entire “Tavistock” conspiracy theory which claims John as a dorected product of British/CIA manipulation. But either way, globalism has its roots in English socialism.

  16. CR199 October 25, 2016 at 2:46 am

    Good points. I’ve always detested Lennon and the Beetles. Now I know why.

  17. prepz October 25, 2016 at 3:57 am

    Hmm. I used imagine John Lenon no longer with us, his death as senseless as his shitty music he produced. I guess that imaginations thing is more powerful than intelligence. Thanks Einstein for that, although you probably plagiarized that bit from someone else like everything else you did.

  18. Annie October 25, 2016 at 5:13 am

    This is already taking place and there is no stopping it. In Finland, they are experimenting with the “basic income”, which will be the pretext for formulating the self-anihilating existence of millions “useless eaters” until they are fully extinct. The Beatles were a Marxist experiment aimed at influencing millions of then unsuspecting youth, which were primed for socialism/globalism.

  19. Dylan b October 25, 2016 at 5:41 am

    John Lennon also beat his son. The son also said Paul McCartney was more of a father to him than John.

  20. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 8:31 am

    I’m pretty sure Lennon would be staunchly anti GMO.

  21. Morrison October 25, 2016 at 11:22 am

    Becoming red pill has made me even rethink my choice in music. Even though I was a John Lennon fan (his assisination was very sombering for me) as I gradually unplugged from the matrix, I became put off by socialist lyrics of songs like “imagine” (it’s no wonder why the Soviets admired him) so I opted to listen to the early Beatles – but then their love songs are very beta-simp caterwauling.

    It’s both amazing and at the same time depressing how when one becomes red pill how everything in one’s life – including past time activites like music prompts one to change what they listen to.

    1. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 2:33 pm

      What do you listen to now? Rap is probably the only “red pill”(at least when it comes to women) alpha male music out there.

      1. Morrison October 25, 2016 at 5:42 pm

        Lately it’s been jazz – both classical and contemporary. Some rap is ok but really not my cup of tea – and a lot of pop music has become templated and predictable

  22. bem October 25, 2016 at 11:54 am

    Arm-chair socialism….
    Dictating what’s best for the masses from his Castle on Central Park.

  23. Christoph B. October 25, 2016 at 11:59 am

    Even when I was a completely blue-pilled 16 year old, I could at least see the pretentiousness of this song. Our drama teachers who wanted us to act to this song were big fans though :-/

    1. Smart Alex October 25, 2016 at 2:33 pm

      “drama teachers”= fags

  24. disqus_2015ScorpioWater October 25, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    New age hippies like John Lennon and Steve Jobs turned into the uber capitalists that they detested. Lennon had a net worth of nearly 1 billion dollars when he died. Steve Jobs built a boutique computer maker in his garage that is now the biggest multinational corporation in the United States, its even bigger than his rival Bill Gates’ Microsoft who ran a more conservative operation.
    President Bill Clinton was a hippie in his youth and as an adult fostered globalist Wall Street elites, his wife who is likely to become the next American President was also one and is following the elite agenda.
    The same thing with the current President Barack Obama who is the son of a hippie mother, he grew up to be a front man for globalist elites.

  25. ShadowRising October 25, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    His words don’t bother me as much as his marriage to Yoko Ono. A man that could’ve had any woman on the planet choose that creature. Something was seriously fucked up about the guy for that reason alone.

    1. jz95 October 26, 2016 at 12:06 am

      Raised primarily by his mother and other female relatives.
      Explanation enough?

      1. obot October 29, 2016 at 3:40 am

        I was raised by my mother, but I’m not attracted to fugly cunts

      2. OceanSon November 5, 2016 at 2:36 pm

        Yep — Yoko was Mommy #2. And by leveraging Lennon’s fame she exposed the world to her whole “screaming like a mental patient = installation art” crap. She received credibility merely by proxy to musical genius. The real magic about her MoMA exhibition is how she robbed you of 20 minutes you’ll never get back…that was her true art: Seeming like an artist through raw attitude and social connections, and without skill.

        Put it on a bumper sticker:
        “Some Art is Stupid.”

      3. jz95 November 5, 2016 at 6:12 pm

        Ok, John Lennon was many things, and to be sure he was talented.
        But I think “musical genius” is a step too far.

  26. Steve H October 25, 2016 at 3:04 pm

    John Lennon could have had any woman on the planet, yet he picked an ugly and very strange one. One of my favorite videos by Bill Burr:

  27. Imperator82 October 25, 2016 at 4:50 pm

    i love the beatles, but lennon lost his mind by the time the white album was coming out… and then ‘imagine’… what an an awful song… those lyrics… ::barf::…

  28. Lucius Clarus October 26, 2016 at 11:11 am

    For all his fame, Lennon was a weak beta. Crazy Yoko Ono? That weak as fuck Rolling Stone cover where he’s idolizing her in the nude?

    Come on.

  29. Cody McKibben October 27, 2016 at 11:49 am

    cuz Lenin’s on sale again…

  30. tgordon October 27, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    I remember reading a great piece years back that opened with ‘Globalism is bullshit and so was John Lennon’s “Imagine”‘. Unfortunately it’s no longer on the internet. It struck a chord at the time and I printed a copy. Here’s the opening paragraph:
    “One is the loneliest number. A single integer needs no ‘integration’. A Brotherhood of Man is much easier to market than those who are “allowed” to disagree. Disagreements indicate too many types of people and I don’t particularly feel like adopting six to twelve billion brothers and sisters. You are a fool to buy this humanist peace and love bullshit. Chaos must be created in order to bring order to life. When chaos is created and and well controlled, solutions are obvious only to the creators of this chaos. The Illumined Brotherhood must have all people under their control in order to create The Brotherhood of Man. The Illuminati alters men and women into their own image. They truly create nothing but illusions and time consuming business to haze the mind.” -Dickie Moist
    Another memorable line:
    “For a man who “imagined” no posessions, he did pretty damned well for himself. How would Chairman Mao feel if he saw the gold-plated studio at he Record Plant you used to record in…You lived pretty well John.”
    I laugh and sing along every time I hear this song. The “aha-ah” bit is my favorite. Much thanks Roosh.

  31. Jesse White October 28, 2016 at 12:14 pm

    Great songwriter obv, but Lennon’s childish, unrealistic lovey-dovey politics were idealistic b.s. imagine is one of his lamest songs.

  32. Baphanned October 28, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    After Trump wins one of the first things he should do is pay a visit to all the elite fuckers who could plot his death. With some secret services. Just storm the house of some establishment fucks in the middle of the night. And say: If you fuck with me or any member of my family. This gentlemen have irrevocable orders to kill you. There will not be another JFK moment.

  33. Ofelas October 30, 2016 at 9:28 am

    This analysis just brings to mind now some other say ‘visionary’ or so songs, with bit opposite vibe though, some painfully accurate..
    Conflict – The serenade is dead
    Crass – Big A, little a
    Schwartzeneggar – Hands
    Stratford mercenaries – Stratford blues
    D.K. – California uber alles

    ‘Imagine’ is truly disgusting. To be honest I never really liked Beatles, never understood what was it supposed to be so big about them, nor Stones.., both seemed somehow ‘fake’, even though each in different way, but from that old brittish stuff I have always absolutely loved the Kinks, simple, sort of low(er)-profile, beautiful, and often very profound stuff..

  34. SlickyBoy October 31, 2016 at 1:19 am

    Nobody ever listened to that shit until Lennon was assassinated. And WTF was with marrying Yoko Ono? Too much acid in the sixties?

  35. Da Mac October 31, 2016 at 7:47 am

    I think it’s safe to say you’re overanalyzing this one by a degree or ten, Roosh. The song is actually an appeal against those in power, which is a cause Lennon always supported and acted upon.

  36. Jesus Tarazon October 31, 2016 at 12:32 pm

    Never mind the faggy-ass message. The song sucked, and John Lennon was an overrated, hippie-ass hack.

  37. Anonymous October 31, 2016 at 5:57 pm

    Will be interesting to see how the “red-pill” community that so firmly believes in Emperor/Guru/Deity Trump will react when it’s uncovered that Trump is a Clinton stooge. And he’s part of the biggest troll job in history. Y2K was up there. The left won’t take this well either, lol. Enjoy the vaudeville.

    You’re all being trolled. And you’re all falling for it.


  38. mtman2 November 2, 2016 at 11:38 am

    You got me wih the “Imagine” counterplay as I’ve always detested it and the “Beatles” in general for he countless lives of young people lost in that era by their drug songs. They should have stuck with ballads- “Strawberry fields forever/Penny Lane + I am the Walrus” was far from helpful and directly affected impressional young people to accept the drug lifestyle.
    So I signed up for Roosh as this is the 1st I’ve seen agreement on this travesty for so many families.

    HOWEVER- then in looking into his site on his lifestyle of using girls and woman as whore’s made it clear he is out of control in his biological/moral functions as an adult leader.
    IF this jerk had daughters or respected his own mother he might realize and become a useful, trustworthy and mature adult not a dog off the leash using and taking advantage of societies degrading and degenerate morals.

    This man is a swine and I’d deck him for speaking happily about it in the gutter levels he feels comfortable in.
    So will immediately cancel ~!

  39. Rob Banks November 3, 2016 at 4:59 am

    Lennon? Might as well be Lenin.

  40. Matthew November 4, 2016 at 11:16 am

    John Lennon? uhhh…i’m sick to death of hearing things from uptight, short-sighted narrow-minded hypocrites and schizophrenic, ego-centric paranoiac, prima-donas.

  41. disqus_2015ScorpioWater November 9, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    Jim Comey’s October Surprise managed to help Trump cross the finish line into the Presidency. Now it remains to be seen if Trump can really challenge the globalist elite or if he will fall in line the elite like his predecessor Barack Obama. Remember Obama was also an outsider just like Trump, railing against a system that was working against the masses. Trump will be working against powerful forces for the next four years in office.

  42. Michael Costa Giroux November 15, 2016 at 1:12 am

    Yeah I think its pretty damn clear and its been for a long time, that Lennon was a communist. And unfortunately, the only way the world that the commies dream about can exist is if they brainwash every single person in the world.

    I don’t agree, however, with the notion that globalization in itself is a bad thing. It is the way to go, as long as you don’t mix it up with other things that aren’t necessarily related to it – discernment is a fucking rarity these days.
    Poverty has actually declined exponentially over the centuries and it can end one day – not because of kindness or because “its the right thing to do”, but because it will generate more wealth to some people and inadvertently, it will raise the standards of living of everyone else as well.

  43. Stoshy December 6, 2016 at 11:55 pm

    I can see what you are getting at, and I’m sure it relates to what Lennon himself was thinking of, but I personally attribute it to the end of Revelation, when Sin is crushed, the Devil vanquished, and both of the old Heaven and Earth done away with and made new. At last, God’s Kingdom Come. Not by man but by the Lord. That’s what I choose to get out of John Lennon’s song.

  44. Ariahn Zirmohn October 9, 2017 at 10:26 pm

    I swear, every time I hear this song being played, I tell my friends how ridiculous and controlling it is. Then they laugh and say “Dude, what are you talking about?” Or, if you’re my best friend, “BUT IT’S JUST A SONG DUDE. CHILL.” Dang commies.

  45. Daniel Juad January 16, 2018 at 2:58 am

    wow you sir ridiculous

  46. Archimeme May 24, 2018 at 11:09 pm

    Hi. It’s been a long time I was seeking for someone who would have the balls to write such an article.
    I am in the music production area for more than 20 years, and tried to input that kind of insights in my music for a while, very slightly, because of the actual tendency of the system to try to eradicate all ideas that sounds too subversive and that could be perceived as a threat..Things have come to a point that it has become very risky to suggest such ideas when you re making music.
    Because it is as if you were saying you’re thinking all those young people listening to oldies-goldies where just idiots, not understanding the true meaning of something wich is just ruling their world of bubbles and candies and false-unifying anthems.
    What to say about those millions of betas following the voice of the master as a fucking Jedi disciple?
    Can you imagine (no joke here…) how many of young musician just are facing a God when they deal with J.L and his band? That’s a shame they don’t even have a little idea of the giant, subliminal “suck-my-dick-and-kiss-my-ass” J.L gave to them and to a whole generation, when realeasing that let-me-feel-like-a bird fuckin hippy music?
    They instantly prayed him as a leader and keep on glorifying that asshole for he changed the world with its music. But this kind of man doesn’t do anything for them. He acted, like every Alphas, for his own glory, hopin the elite will confirm his position by sustaining on the long term, because he was in phase with them.
    As I read somewhere else on a good blog, the only thing that boomers generation changed is not the world, but their world. and their bank account.
    All their leaders became instantly corrupted leaders, with no sense for sharing, taking all the fame, cash and babes for their giant pockets, giving a disguised fuck to the ones who don’t unserstand who they really are.
    Sorry to sound that rude, but only truth disturbs, and your blog is a real refreshment in this fucked-up world. I am going to read other articles with I hope as much pleasure as this one..

    PS : As i am French, my english is what it is….