PP Editor: This article is an interesting take on John Lennon’s song ‘Imagine’. I am not sure whether or not John had some sinister motivation in writing these words, nor Lionel Ritchie in his song ‘One World’. They may have been merely deceived by the ever-ready available secular humanist, globalist philosophy of the 1 %, which to young people and enthusiastic world-changers sounds great, fair and just in the minds of most, appealing to the inherent humanist aspirations to find Utopia in this life and on this planet by ourselves in our own power. Even like good old Cain! All throughout history, such Utopian goals have been adhered to by many individuals and groups, yet has never been achieved by any. Of course this last generation is not any different than all that have gone before, and there are many today like John in the sixties, that are trying to save themselves, society, the environment, their countries, or even the entire planet from evil and evil men. I myself was deceived by such notions when younger, and was convinced that we could attain to a Heaven on Earth, if we only tried. Of course ti never materialised, but as this article and website points out, the globalists are more than happy to usurp such initiatives and movements to further their own elitarian pipe dream of a one world society controlled by them! Read & enjoy!
Was John Lennon a globalist and supporter of the new world order? After some careful consideration, it appears he did support the globalist ideology. Although his songs have inspired a whole generation, they inevitably misled many. Not all of John Lennon’s songs had globalist tendencies, however one of his most popular songs, ‘imagine’, was one song that pushed the globalist ideology unwillingly on us all.
This is an analysis of how John Lennon used ‘imagine’ to promote the globalist ideology. You see, what songs like image do to the public, is plant the seeds the globalists need to have the public endorse and accept their criminal plans for global government and a new world order.
Why ‘Imagine’ Supports Globalist Policies
The globalists have now officially begun to destroy the very freedoms and liberties we take for granted. While war rages on in Syria and the world gets’ ready for another conflict in Africa, global government and the new world order is becoming a reality and the globalists have very little opposition to contend with.
Let’s break down the song Imagine and see how closely related it is to the globalists and their ideology of global government.
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
This first verse is an attack on organised religion. John Lennon starts the song off with something that the globalists support and promote. The globalists do not want the public to organise themselves via religion as this then becomes another form of government and control that they need to contend with. The globalists support one government, one world, and this paragraph support this globalist ideology.
I believe everyone has the right to choose how and with whom they associate themselves with. How John Lennon is supporting the globalists is by preaching that you should only accept the government as your ruler and that organised religion should be abolished.
The way in which John Lennon ends the verse (Imagine all the people living for today) is one of the most subversive, manipulative and evil statements. Just before this statement, we are told to reject organised religion, reject our beliefs and faith and then we are asked to live for today? Well, living for today infers that you must accept the globalists and government as rules and that the decisions they make today should be accepted.
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
This is another reference to the globalist ideology. In fact, John Lennon is now telling us all that we should accept the new world order and the globalists who will rule it. Remember, the new world order was first conceived around the time of World War 2. Therefore, the concept of a new world order was nothing new when John Lennon wrote Imagine.
Imagine there’s no countries (the globalists want to establish one world government, or global government, that is hell-bent on controlling us all) It isn’t hard to do nothing to kill or die for and no religion too (He then goes onto infer that If you accept global government / new world order, than peace will be brought to everyone. What a load of propaganda BS this is. A global government will only benefit the mega rich, incite more conflict and will enslave us all for eternity) Imagine all the people living life in peace (similar to what was said before, if you accept the new world order, give in to the demands of the globalists, then you apparently will live in peace. This sounds’ like something the Nazis would have said during the peak of world war 2)
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
At this point in the song we have already been told to accept the globalist ideology, destroy organised religion and accept global government / the new world order. Sadly, John Lennon is now inferring that we must accept the ideas mentioned before and become a globalist. Sorry, but the globalists, elite, mega rich and land owning families don’t have you and I in their plans for world domination. All they want to do is control our natural resources, industry and enslave us all.
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 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
This last part of the song really is a communist ideology of which is core to the globalist ideology. What the communists and globalists have in common is the complete centralization of resources, industry and public policy that is intended to control us all. The globalists want to control everything and leave nothing for you and I.
The worst and most evil thing that John Lennon has done is plant the seeds of the globalist ideology into the minds of the unsuspecting public. The song asks us to accept that the globalists’ idea of global government will create peace and harmony. The globalists claim that a global government and new world order will benefit us all, will bring peace and will lift people out of poverty. This is wrong and history has proven how the elite, mega rich and land owning families are the only ones who will profit from the new world order.