THE TOP-10 IRREFUTABLE PROOFS THAT TAVISTOCK INSTITUTE AND
THEODOR WIESENGRUND-ADORNO WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR CREATING THE BEATLES
- In his "definitive" work
ostensibly exposing yet another boogeyman front organization - The Committee of 300 -
former member of British intelligence John Coleman
has single-handedly assumed the responsibility of dutifully informing the
public of the real story -
not the fake story - of the "creation of the Beatles" .....
you know - the way MI6, the CIA, and NSA
typically keep us up-to-date and informed about all their most current psy-ops
- So - Tavistock cleverly put their
dystopian master-plan for a "new age" into effect by recruiting a locally
popular but otherwise virtually unknown and relatively inexperienced band
from Liverpool to perform the steady stream of cutting-edge/subliminally-subverted pop songs
generated by a pudgy, middle-aged German professor who conveniently lived in Franfurt,
furthermore enlisting a local record shop owner - who just so happened to have been
blackballed by the British military - as their managing agent, and, to top it off,
employed the services of a music producer who did have previous experience but, er, uh -
mainly with comedy albums!
- Since the word "teenagers" was never, supposedly, used until the Beatles
became famous in the USA,
it is only logical to conclude that they (the Beatles) were invented by Tavistock!
- The always cheerful, light-hearted, optimistic Adorno trademark style
indelibly etched into each and every piece of Beatles vinyl ("Jawohl," "Jawohl,"
- With a seemingly endless string of hit 12-tone, serial compositions such as
I Want to Hold Your
Hand, All My Loving and She Loves You - the Beatles popularized atonal music!
- It has recently been discovered that the backwards masking
on The Beatles' Revolution 9 may actually be in German - no less,
and possibly excerpted from Theo Adorno's 1966 lecture Negative Dialectics at
the Frankfurt Institut für Sozialforschung ("Nein," "Nein," "Nein")!
- If you cannot sumarily disprove that Theodor Adorno
ever worked with or wrote songs for The Beatles -
then you can't very well prove that he didn't either, now can you?
- Stockhausen on the cover of Sgt Pepper!
- We're not sure if it was the exact same day - but the year Adorno
died, 1969, is the very year the Beatles disbanded.
- Teddy Boy!