The Miley Cyrus trainwreck

Emancipator

Hummingbird
Gold Member
WalterBlack said:
Who the fuck raised Paris Jackson after MJ died? I doubt if MJ would have allowed her to end up like that if he was still alive.
I think Paris ended up living with the single surrogate "mother" for her late teens. Didn't Paris also not come to defend her father recently following that HBO Smear job
Roosh said:
She says she won't reproduce until the environment is fixed.
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This is far from the first time Miley Cyrus has voiced her warped opinion on cultural and political topics. She recently released a music video for her feminist “fight song” titled “Mother’s Daughter,” in which she dons a vagina catsuit and belts out “don’t fuck with my freedom” numerous times.

Yes Miley, because the way to save the planet is to allow the western world to be out-reproduced by third worlders, surely they care about environmentalism :angel:
 

Dr. Howard

Peacock
Gold Member
Emancipator said:
WalterBlack said:
Who the fuck raised Paris Jackson after MJ died? I doubt if MJ would have allowed her to end up like that if he was still alive.
I think Paris ended up living with the single surrogate "mother" for her late teens. Didn't Paris also not come to defend her father recently following that HBO Smear job
Roosh said:
She says she won't reproduce until the environment is fixed.
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This is far from the first time Miley Cyrus has voiced her warped opinion on cultural and political topics. She recently released a music video for her feminist “fight song” titled “Mother’s Daughter,” in which she dons a vagina catsuit and belts out “don’t fuck with my freedom” numerous times.

Yes Miley, because the way to save the planet is to allow the western world to be out-reproduced by third worlders, surely they care about environmentalism :angel:

What! Do you mean to tell me that Uganda, Angola and the Philippines were not the first countries to sign the climate change accord?! My life has been a lie!
 

Chiosboy90

Woodpecker
As fucked up Miley is as a person, she is still a white women with a lot of influence on other white women.

White women are the ones that won't make children cause of the "environment". In my lifetime I will bet I will never see a Muslim family not having their 5th child to "save the planet". But on the other side, I think white women don't want to make children in the first place. So now they have another reason to tell themself it's okay to not make children and swipe on Tinder. Sad times.
 

Foolsgo1d

Peacock
Because 18+ rated porn is aimed at consenting adults with developed brains - even if it is toxic to them. This sort of thing is aimed at and consumed by millions of young children whose brains are still developing and will be changed by it on different levels.
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
She says she won't reproduce until the environment is fixed.

Jokes on her.
The planet is supposedly doomed!
She'll never be able to have kids either way in that case.
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Days of Broken Arrows

Crow
Gold Member
I used to do music writing and knew scads of managers, publicists, and recording artists.

Her quotes read like they were designed by a publicist with the intent of recasting her image. Pop stars like Miley can become yesterday's news real fast when times change. The #metoo era made her-your-face sexuality seem dated.

So my guess is they wrote her up some talking points to tie her into what's going on now.

Whenever you look at major label recording artists (Miley, Katy, Taylor), it's important to realize they're not much different than corporate sales executives. They are not free spirits. They are employees who are expected to "produce" for the company.

As such, their moves and speeches are generally planned in advance. If something seems "outrageous," it's most likely planned to be a "disrupter," as they say in corporate speak.

With major label pop, there isn't just a "man behind the curtain." There is a corporate team behind the curtain. These people research trends in politics, pop, and fashion and tailor the artist's image accordingly.

As with politicians, pop stars are given talking points. And in the case of big magazines, writers are told what they can and can't discuss with the artists and are given massive PR info sheets with info that amounts to talking points.

What if a writer doesn't want to play the game? He or she doesn't get the big interviews and another Ivy League grad with parental connections gets the plum assignments. You either go along with things or you go back to working for the community papers. (Or in my case, you end up commenting here.)

If you want to hear recording artists who are truly free, listen to musicians who put out their own music or record for indie labels. Or listen to pre-1985 music -- back when pop stars were more free to do what they wanted. Major labels made marketing an art starting around 1985.

The big changes came with Bon Jovi and Madonna. Both these artists were among the first to employ people to do things like track the demographics of their concertgoers and album buyers so they could put out future releases accordingly. If you've ever wondered things like "Why did Bon Jovi release so many ballads as singles in the '80s?" it's because their marketing surveys showed too many males were attending concerts and they needed to bring in female ticket buyers, which ballads tended to do. Seriously.

PS: Belle Delphine and a number of other social media stars are also corporate creations. This is another topic for another day, but social media stars are the new major label pop stars. They're individuals whose "spontaneity" is choreographed by teams of executives.

Some of the PR firms I used to deal with listed social media "sensations" as clients -- and this was as far back as 2011. If it was corporate then, you can only imagine what's going on now.
 
At the rate she's going, she's going to suicide herself and become a Kurt Cobain. Make mostly shitty music all her life and be remembered for her "deep" and edgy thoughts.
 

ScannerLIV

Woodpecker
Blatantly-this being the keyword- degenerate music videos have been going on for at least ten years now that there's really no topping any of them until a music video featuring transgender singer completed with...let's not go there now. They all induce nausea if you especially watch them mute. Actually it seems to me they are deliberately designed to induce a sense of disorder within the soul/consciousness. Unlike when listening to classical/jazz/melodic music within which people derived harmony of their soul and promote inner peace. In fact I believe there have been studies with MRI scanning of the brain listening to bunch of different types of music, all of which confirm this idea.

This is one way evil spirits invade people.
 

Paracelsus

Crow
Gold Member
crystalcastle said:
At the rate she's going, she's going to suicide herself and become a Kurt Cobain.

Perhaps unfortunately that is unlikely. Cobain had scads of personal issues, not the least of which was a toxic, vampiric excuse for a wife. And whatever else he was, Cobain wasn't the plastic product Cyrus the Virus is. She isn't a tortured artist who overthinks any of this shit, by this stage she's one step removed from a prostitute and happy to rent out her skin space to the highest bidder. The only question is whether she feels any unhappiness over being this way, and odds are on she doesn't by virtue of the fact she is still getting attention from men and, more importantly, women.
 

Zagor

Woodpecker
First of all I will say that I completely forgot about this creature Miley Cyrus, so thanks for bumping this thread and reminding me of her vapid existence. :dodgy:

So I went to see the comments on the video and lost my last little faith in humanity that I had.
 

Richard Turpin

Kingfisher
Paracelsus said:
crystalcastle said:
At the rate she's going, she's going to suicide herself and become a Kurt Cobain.

Perhaps unfortunately that is unlikely. Cobain had scads of personal issues, not the least of which was a toxic, vampiric excuse for a wife. And whatever else he was, Cobain wasn't the plastic product Cyrus the Virus is. She isn't a tortured artist who overthinks any of this shit, by this stage she's one step removed from a prostitute and happy to rent out her skin space to the highest bidder. The only question is whether she feels any unhappiness over being this way, and odds are on she doesn't by virtue of the fact she is still getting attention from men and, more importantly, women.

Yep, spot-on. Cobain's angsty, apathetic music was the real-deal, 'cos he himself was the real-deal. After all, we know his lyrics to be authentic because he actually went on to kill himself! Miley is corporate fluff.
 

questor70

Ostrich
Oh there's no doubt in my mind Miley is genuinely messed up. Someone doesn't post photos of herself pissing in the woods without being messed up. And the narrative goes hand in hand with being a child star. It wasn't that long ago that she tried to clean up her act, but this is her back to her old tricks. It's shameful they allow her to be a judge on those singing shows, as if she's some sort of Marie Osmond style family-friendly figure.

That doesn't change the fact that showbiz tries to market dysfunction as shock/schtick. The same was true when Sid Vicious' genuine problems were turned into black-humor in the My Way video.

It's a symbiotic relationship. The public feeds on freak-shows.

As far as the political messaging in this video, you know it's gonna hit every single slutty SJW hamster talking point. Miley's not an object despite swinging on a wrecking ball nude and cashing the check. Yeah, right. Typical female hamstering in an attempt to have her cake and eat it too.
 

MPD

Sparrow
What in the seven hells was that?
The little I saw of that video is disgusting. Wonder if that's the emotional response it was actually designed for.

In terms of visuals, pop music (media?) moved from showcasing feminine beauty to overt sexuality to outright ugliness. The last step is particularly jarring because it happened so quickly given how big of a leap it is for your average human being.

I remember when some friends started talking about how sexy Gaga was. I saw a music video of hers and found nothing even remotely sexy about it. Then it was Minaj and probably a hundred other names I don't know and don't care to know.

I'm genuinely confused as to what the video's purpose is. If it's the blatant pandering, she/her handlers can cover that in TV appearances and social media posts. Much cheaper and less damaging to her "career"

I really don't get it
 

CynicalContrarian

Owl
Gold Member
^
The Cabal / globalist crowd are either so desensitized to their sinister subversive ways. They don't / can't even stop to realize how far gone they are from everyday / average folk.
Or they've decided they no longer need to or want to be subtle about said sinister ways.
 

questor70

Ostrich
MPD said:
I really don't get it

I do. The music industry is effectively dead. They are feeding on the social-network dumpster-fires that videos like this generate rather than anything related to the actual music because they can't monetize the music on its own merits anymore. Film and TV is following suit as well.
 

ilostabet

Pelican
Orthodox Inquirer
The printing press molded the world into thinking in prose - everything came to hang on the written word, conquering oral culture (such as poetry, proverbs, etc).

The photograph, then cinema and then television molded humanity into thinking in pictures - everything came to hang on images taking over the written word (in newspapers, in documentaries, in intellectual debate), destroying the culture created by the printing press.

The computer and the internet molded humanity into thinking in memes - overlay and/or quick succession of all sorts of mediums without any connection to themselves or in terms of content. Every cultural artifact now must be made to be consumed in this manner - because we are pretty far in the process of being incapable of processing information any other way or having the attention span for more depth.

Of course, there is still good music or cinema being made, just as there were still books being written that were worth reading after television took over. But the culture as such is no longer capable of consuming those mediums in themselves. What is the percentage of Europe/America's population that sits down to read a book? Theaters now are allowing cellphones during screenings. Who sits down to listen to music, not just having it as background noise? There is a difference between listening and hearing. Most people no longer listen to music, they just hear it.
 

DannyAlberta

Kingfisher
Gold Member
The irony and near negative self awareness on the face of the song and video itself is just delicious.

"Corporate egdelording" is what this attempts to be, except that very statement is an oxymoron. I'd postulate that the only people who react even somewhat positively to the lyrics, talking-points and images in that video are the "uber-woke" 8% of North America who don't actually think for themselves, but let the far left on social media do it for them.

This is what converged corporate America THINKS is edgy.

"Don't fuck with my freedom." What freedom? It's pretty hard to screw with something that doesn't exist.

EDIT: Cyrus is only 26? That surprised me. She's aging poorly.
 
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