Let’s talk about Neil Young and his Spotify egomaniacal tantrum…


Good morning;

Let’s start talking about the 1960’s counterculture that was a manufactured Great Social Experiment with planners and players like U.K. Royals of the Crown and their the Round Table in the U.K. , the Tavistock Institute, MI5, MI6, and stateside the CIA/FBI… with notable actors planners/players like brothers Julian and Aldous Huxley… of Brave New World fame…

In the curious Vietnam War era, there was a growing Anti War Movement gaining momentum… and the planners and executors of the Great Social Experiment didn’t like them upsetting their Apple cart of forbidden fruits like LSD and MK-Ultra…

So in the 60’s bands who cut their chops in the Reeperbahn red light district in Hamburg, were snatched up and programmed with mirrors and lights as well as Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds meaning ritualised sex and drugs and at the Tavistock Institute to be mind controlled stars like the manufactured Beatles and Rolling Stones…

In the USA, spoiled rotten young people with parents in US Military Intelligence and high ranking military personnel like Tonkin Bay superstar Admiral Morrison father of the Doors’ Jim Morrison…

They came up out of rich effete families in the Bay Area in San Francisco where MK-Ultra experiments with LSD and hookers was going on, and Laurel Canyon in LA… where that odd military base was at…

They were new bohemian rebels copying the 50’s Beat Era dissident beatniks… with long hair reeking of stench as dirty hippies worshipping the sun… and their godfather was old U.K. Satanic magick man Aleister Crowley…

Aleister Crowley had quite an occult lineage with late 1800’s contacts with “Old George” Pickingill master warlock leader of the seven covens of Essex…

His contacts with Royal Physician who was involved in Jack the Ripper case, Wynn Westcott 33° and his partner in crime MacGregor Mathers 33° both high degrees in Scottish Rite Freemasonry’s UGLE… who got the curious charter from Countess Annie Sprengel in Germany who was the love child of Mad King Ludwig of Bavaria and his toxic mistress Lola Montez, to create the infamous Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn 1888…
Crowley was very infamous by 1900… for instance…

The Magician is a novel by British author W. Somerset Maugham, originally published in 1908. In this tale, the magician Oliver Haddo, a caricature of Aleister Crowley, attempts to create life.

People who get off on the 60’s counterculture don’t know it’s spiritual founder was Aleister Crowley whose maxim in his 1904 tome Liber Al Vel Legis 418 the Book of the Law was:

Do what thou Wilt
Love is the Law
Love under Will…

It was turned into the 60’s counterculture maxim:

Do your own Thing.

Featuring free love and drugs…

These new young rock stars were all used to infiltrate the growing Anti War Movement as dirty hippies to create a stinking public imagery that soured the conservative public of Cold War era suburbia…

You all need to know Suburbia in 1950’s Amerika was created out of Cold War fear of the Commies and hydrogen bombs; where countless white middle class people fled American urban cities to live on the fringe edges of the city in nice homes away from those minorities in the city, digging basements to hide and store food because they feared nukes would be dropped by the USSR Communists in national paranoia…

The 50’s was NOT the fantasy of Norman Rockwell paintings, or Ozzie & Harriet living in Suburbia… and the Cold War 50’s was sure as hell NOT 1970’s fantasy disinformation people bought about the 50’s in movie American Graffiti and its TV spin-off Happy Days with the Fonz…

Get the fuck REAL.

So let’s move up to 2020 and old senile 60’s counterculture goon stars who are going senile, needing to revivify their 60’s fake activist images…

Spotify streaming service with their podcast superstar Joey Rogan suddenly being lambasted by old crusty Neil Young, whose biggest activist song was Ohio about the Kent State massacre May 1970, the REAL Day the Music died… meaning the death of the 60’s counterculture…

After all the hype with Neil Young temper tantrums about Joe Rogan and Spotify, all his spoiled 60’s entitlement monster pal stars like Joni Mitchell, Crosby/Stills/Nash jumped on his effete bandwagon… with news feeds out the gazoo…

We heard and saw it all… trying to sort it out…

Let me help you:

Neil Young’s 1979 song “Hey Hey, My My” with that famous line that was even in Kurt Cobain’s fake suicide 90’s note that shook even Neil Young up…

“It’s better to burn out than fade away”

The whole song in context today 2020, the lyrics say it all…

Hey hey, my my
Rock and roll can never die
There’s more to the picture
Than meets the eye.
Hey hey, my my.

Out of the blue and into the black
You pay for this, but they give you that
And once you’re gone, you can’t come back
When you’re out of the blue and into the black.

The king is gone but he’s not forgotten
Is this the tale of Johnny Rotten?
It’s better to burn out than fade away
The king is gone but he’s not forgotten.

Hey hey, my my
Rock and roll can never die
There’s more to the picture
Than meets the eye.
Hey hey, my my.

So they’re ALL fading away as senile old fools living a 2nd plastic childhood like the fakery activism games they played the public in the 60’s…

Neil Young himself said:

“The rock’n’roll spirit is not survival.
Of course, the people who play Rock’n’Roll should survive.
But the essence of the Rock’n’Roll spirit to me is that it’s better to burn out really bright than to sort of decay off into infinity.”

So typically old hypocrite Neil Young was phony as a $3 dollar bill, and chose to fade away in shameless disgrace with his fellow 60’s spoiled entitlement star monsters who discredited the anti war movement in the 60’s… and checked out of Spotify to have a final senile Glory Day moment like the jaded Bruce Springsteen song:



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  1. This Guardian article might provide some illumination-
    Tuesday 1st February 2022.
    The fight over Covid misinformation has put Spotify’s Joe Rogan Experience in the crosshairs. So what should be done?
    Should Spotify ban Joe Rogan? Our panel weighs in-
    Imran Ahmed: ‘Repeal section 230 of the Communications Decency Act’
    Imran Ahmed is Chief Executive of the Center for Countering Digital Hate.
    “In a pandemic, misinformation’s pernicious effect is to offer false hope to the anxious; to dissuade people from following guidance from public health professionals; and to make people hesitate before taking a vaccine that has saved millions of lives worldwide.

    Right now, as you read this, there are people gasping for breath in ICUs because they heard misinformation online or heard it in a podcast like Rogan’s, broadcast to millions.

    If I ran Spotify, I’d be worried. Sure, legally, thanks to quirks in US law (a 25-year-old provision called section 230 of the Communications Decency Act 1996) they cannot be held liable for the content they host. But what about the rest of us? Can we hold them liable for the fact they continue to happily profit from his show? Worse still, that they paid him a ton of money so that he would bring his enormous audience to their company. Can other artists? Listeners? Shareholders? Activists? Well, yes we can, we should, and we have.”

  2. Sometimes it is hard to know where to point the weapon when all the soldiers are dressed similar. But, Spotify has removed a whole bunch of Rogan stuff, including the interview with ….writer Gavin Miles McInnes. There is more going on than what is being talked about in the open. Who owns and runs Spotify ?

  3. Joe Rogan is a very intelligent man, he knew exactly what he was saying and who his audience was in those ‘very old’ podcasts. Back in 2010 nobody new you could not refer to black people like that, I think that was before they mattered.

  4. Oh poor Joe had to apologize for dropping N- bombs on video clips and visiting neighborhoods like’ planet of the
    apes’ on his podcast. who is Spoiled, entitled, privileged?

  5. Boy you missed out on life if you could not vibe on the love in your day. I’m sure the CIA/MK Ultra folks thought they were pulling one over on the kids. I would go for a dirty smelly hippie of the buttoned up suits being battered by their boss and “ when they got home at night their fat and psychopathic wives would thrash them within inches of their lives! Spoiled rotten? hmmmm. “ When we grew up and went to school, there were certain teachers who would hurt the children any way they could. by pouring their derision upon anything we did exposing every weakness however carefully hidden by the kids.”. Your article makes me reflect on those “unspoiled” mentally crippled kids who would shun love for war. Let’s talk about Neils’ Tantrum huh, or are you “just another brick in the wall”?

    • Everywhere, you see an attack on activist artists, there is a church behind it. Young is one of the more sovereign music artists, and this latest kerfuffle, is as much about owning your product as it is anything Rogan says. No musician is happy with the way the industry grabs and grabs, and there is not a word of that anywhere. At first, most msm, ran with the “Spotify told Young to go screw”, when that is definitely not what happened. It is no more of a worthy topic than discussing why Donald Trump isn’t writing op eds for Vanity fair. Next they will positively identify precisely which demon from the book of keys designed the album covers for Mott The Hoople.

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