Thank Goodness Ke$ha’s ‘Die Young’ Video was Banned”¦

In response to the tragic events that unfolded in Newtown, Connecticut this month, many radio stations and television channels made the decision to pull Ke$ha’s ‘Die Young’ song from their rotation less than two weeks ago. Not only is the message of the song disturbing and unproductive, but the visual imagery inserted into the music video is thick with obvious Illuminati symbolism. The undercurrent of the lyrics suggests that those not part of the elite will ‘die young.’ Is she warning the public or supporting the cause?

Although singer, songwriter and rapper Ke$sha signed a record deal in 2005, it wasn’t until 2009 that the public was truly introduced when she burst into the music scene appearing in rapper FloRida’s hit single, ‘Right Round.” She later released her own number-one single titled, ‘Tik Tok’ and continued writing songs for other well-known music artists.

Ke$ha’s latest album came out in December 2012 with ‘Die Young’ hitting the top-ten in the music charts. And then, the realization of her words became too much for the public to bear as tragedy struck a small town in Connecticut. 20 young lives were cut short during a mass shooting at an elementary school, and Ke$ha’s song attracted the kind of spotlight on their music that an artist does not want.

Ke$ha’s music persona is eccentric ”“ seen in her actions, clothing, lyrics and overall appearance. A great deal of the musician’s material centers on partying, her personal relationships, and living frivolously. She uses explicit language and makes references that some would deem offensive. The musician also touches upon questionable subjects, including having erotic experiences with ghosts in ‘Supernatural’ and the topic of magic in ‘Warrior.’

Because of some of the things she says in her songs and the visual messages of her music videos, some people believe Ke$ha has become a puppet of the Illuminati. This is just one of the common tactics that groups with questionable agendas will use to brainwash and program their target audience. The music industry is guilty of this, and will use Ke$ha’s direct link to younger listeners to spread their propaganda and message. She could simply be a puppet performing whatever the industry tells her to, and with Ke$ha’s song ‘Die Young,’ it couldn’t have been around at a more sensitive moment in America.

Regardless if Ke$ha intentionally embraces the Illuminati symbolism ”“ spreading the visuals and message is a plus for elite organizations. Their symbols are allowed out in the open, and music lovers are dancing to these supportive tunes. Slowly but surely, the symbols start to become a part of popular culture, as we already see now. Much of the Illuminati-related imagery is embraced by celebrities and their fans.
Let’s take a look at some of the elements that is causing such as uproar. The entire theme of ‘Die Young’ promotes death and the worship of death with the music video being the most disturbing ”“ saturated in powerful imagery:

  • Everything seems sexualized.
  • Materialism comes to the forefront.
  • Corruption is celebrated.
  • The flash of a Skull and Bones image ”“ much like the elite society founded at Yale University.
  • It appears that the word ‘evil’ is written on the side of the car featured in the music video.
  • The hearse-like cars in the video are symbolic of death-worshipping.
  • Ke$ha wears a ring depicting the All-Seeing Eye, which she uses to cover one of her eyes. This single-eye symbolism is connected to Satanic worship and secret societies.
  • Inverted crosses appear throughout the music video ”“ a symbol representing the Church of Satan.
  • While playing with tarot cards in the video, Ke$ha draws the ‘Devil.’
  • An orgy takes place with a pentacle (another Satanic symbol) in the background.

All in all, Ke$ha has a strong following with the pre-teen and teenage age-level of music listeners. If this is the type of person (the same one who drank ‘blood’ from a ‘heart’ during one of her concert performances), we should better monitor the people that our children see as role models.