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Britney Spears Will Have Her Revenge On Pedowood

#FreeBritney is trending on twitter again, and this is a good thing.

The abusive control of singer Britney Spears by her father is not unlike what powerful sexual predators do to their victims, MeToo movement icon Rose McGowan said in an interview with Fox News host Tucker Carlson.

The actress and activist went to the conservative network to make a case in support of Spears’ bid to overturn her conservatorship. The 1990s megastar has not been able to control her personal and financial life since 2008. After involuntary placement in a psychiatric ward, a court gave her father, Jamie Spears, and attorney Andrew Wallet control over her actions and multi-million-dollar estate.

McGowan is among many people who have long perceived the arrangement as fishy and exploitative. This week, their concerns for Spears were justified after she made an appearance before a court to explain how she has been lying to her fans and herself that she was OK, and that in reality, she is “in shock,” “traumatized,” and “so angry it’s insane.”

“I understand that kind of rage,” McGowan said on Fox News. “I was the first one to go on record about Harvey Weinstein and that kind of sickness,” referring to the once-powerful Hollywood producer who was convicted of rape and sexual assault last year. Weinstein’s was arguably the highest-profile scalp collected by the MeToo movement against sexual abusers in the entertainment industry, in which McGowan was a leading voice.

These R Satanic Sacrifices And You Are Watching Disney Channel

The #MeToo movement was a complete flop. It could’ve been a great public unearthing of at least some of the sick and twisted things those that rule over us are up to. We instead got every actress complaining about shitty dates with awkward actors. What seemed like child sex trafficking rings finally being confirmed on the national stage became lies about being groped thirty years ago. And some how pizzagate even got swept under the rug. Redditards made Epstein didn’t kill himself into a a weird gay meme. Donald Trump was in office during all of this, keep in mind. We failed completely in getting anything done. We did wake a lot of people up and planted seeds in normies.

If you are around my age, you grew up watching Disney channel and Nickelodeon. Shows like All That, Hannah Montana, Wizards of Waverly Place, and Victorious were regular guests in your home. To some degree they had a hand in your development and in your view of the world. You may have not even liked these shows in particular much, but had them on anyway waiting for another program to consume. Either way, consciously or subconsciously, their fruits are planted in you.

Miley Cyrus, Lindsay Lohan, and Amanda Bynes just to name a few notable examples.

Now think about how most of the child actors and popstars during your upbringing ended up having breakdowns as they started emerging in their young adulthood. The media framed these as them getting more mature. As we all know, the television is used as a replacement for community now. Young girls watch look at these child actors as something to aspire to. You can see it in how they copy the speech patterns and body language. As soon as these actors turn eighteen they start doing hard drugs and stripping at the super bowl. The path is poisoned.

Don’t you think it does something to you that you saw many of these people as young kids and now you see them oversexualized in front of millions? How is that not in some way intentional? These kids were raped to death into being sex slaves. They aren’t people anymore really. Just tools for the elites.

Stolen Youth

“Hollywood and the media machine are rotten to the core,” and Spears is just another victim of the elite that treats individuals as disposable property, McGowan told Carlson. The singer has endured a “weird form of oppression,” being denied freedom by her family that readily profits from her talent, she said.

“While we’ve all been entertained by Britney Spears, she has been tortured.”

While in conservatorship, Spears continued her career as a performer. She had a four-year concert residency in Las Vegas, continued recording, and went on a tour in 2018. Fans wondered how at the same time she could be considered legally incapable of caring for herself. During her Wednesday court appearance, she said the tour was forced on her, as she listed her many grievances and said her life feels like that of a slave.

The questionable situation was highlighted earlier this year in a New York Times documentary called ‘Framing Britney Spears’. Ahead of her court appearance, the newspaper reported, citing court documents, that she has quietly been trying to get out of it since at least 2014, while publicly expressing contentment.

Look at Britney Spears. She’s pushing forty and her mind seems to still be in a prepubescent state. Truly damaged individuals, project monarch candidates. You can see a sparkle of innocence in Miley Cyrus’s “Malibu”. Something wholesome. Rarely found in our culture.

You must realize this isn’t quarantined in Hollywood. They will get your kids through the moving images, or overplayed melodies. Can’t protect them from this. Soon, many will fall between the cracks or get swept up in the machine. It is sad, but you can’t save them. Get away from it all. Education and spiritual protection is all that can remedy the situation.

 

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