“Question Authority” Back In Vogue

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The global warming house keeps cracking, and soon the harshest measures may have to be employed to keep it from collapsing altogether. Even rappers are now tuning in on the debate, with German rapper Kilez More now mobilizing the German youth to question the complete fraud and swindle.

Kilez’s rap video is now a topic at Climate DepotAndrew Bolt’s blog, Real Science, and others who see climate science rebellion coming into fashion. Tizona here asks: “Is the old refrain ‘Question Authority’ coming back into vogue?”

When someone’s little scamming empire comes under serious threat, it always reminds me of a scene in the movie The Shining:

Caretaker: Did you know Mr Torrance, that your son is attempting bring in an outside party into this situation? Did you know that?
Torrance: No.
Caretaker: He is Mr Torrance.
Torrance: Who?
Caretaker: A skeptic
Torrance:  A skeptic?
Caretaker: A skeptic rapper
Torrance: How?
Caretaker: Your son has a very great talent. I don’t think you are aware how great it is. But he is attempting to use that very talent against your will.
Torrance: He is a very willful boy.
Caretaker: Indeed he is, Mr. Torrance. A very willful boy. A rather naughty boy, if I may be so bold, sir.
Torrance: It’s his mother. She…interferes.
Caretaker: Perhaps they need a good talking to. If you don’t mind my saying so. Perhaps, a bit more.

We all know the “harsh” measures that were decided on to “correct” the naughty boy. Now the climate Jack Torrances and Delbert Gradys are dead worried about Kilez and the youth. All those billions poured into brainwashing at schools could be quickly for nothing.

If you know of any sites that are popular with the youths, Facebook, etc., simply paste the following link.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AybBEuIpy44#at=17

These things can spread like wildfire among the youth.

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8 responses to ““Question Authority” Back In Vogue”

  1. sdog

    It’s great that through you guys, this video is being brought to an even wider audience. If they were to do a version with English subtitles, it’d likely take off even further.

    But still, look at the jump in YouTube views just since this morning (Oz time): http://ScrnSht.com/ysgveb

    Haha. Go, youth! Pick up all the dust-gathering “Question Authority!” and “Speak Truth To Power” placards your Baby-Boomer parents tucked away in the back of the garage some time back in the late ’70s and go for it.

  2. DirkH

    Questioning Authority is the scientific method in action. It cannot be stopped.

  3. NikFromNYC
  4. M White

    In light of the Germans governments decision on the future of Nucear power you may find this rather ironic

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/01/germany-russia-nuclear-idUSLDE7600CF20110701

  5. R. de Haan

    It’s a great clip, good lyrics, excellent explanation placing climate change in a historic perspective and explaining our contribution to the total CO2 budget.

    I’m not a rap fan at all but this clip is a job well done.

  6. mindert eiting

    Perhaps Rap is the best way to attack this system. Being not the youngest any more, I easily forget that two decades of indoctrination is a complete generation. More than half a century ago I got my first lessons of organic chemistry, how CO2, water, and sunlight produced cellulose and oxigen, and how the opposite route could be used to obtain energy. Therefore, CO2 was a benign substance, the basis of all life. Today, a complete generation is told that CO2 is pollutant. I wonder what happened with their chemistry books. But let’s not forget the magic of nonsensical ideas, that totalitarian systems always contain a core of extreme nonsense: I was told in my youth that the holy Virgin Mary got a son without interference of a father. The generation of my parents was told about an international conspiracy of the Jews, etc. Almost everybody believed this. These magical ideas are immune to rational criticism. Let’s hope Rap can do the job.

  7. Jonas N

    Nitpicking, but I think it acuatally should be:

    Torrance: It’s his mother. She … interferes.

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