Rihanna’s “Better Have My Money” Promotes the Elite’s Obsession With Torture

As a person who has been targeted with remote weaponry and electromagnetic radiation for many years, I can attest that the cultural obsession with torture is systemic.  The individuals who are behind the controls of the weapons and the computers that control them are psychopaths obsessed with sex, violence and torture.

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leadbetterhaveBy The Vigilant Citizen

Rihanna’s “Better Have My Money” purposely pushes limits and purposely pushes them in a specific direction. The video is a continuation of mass media’s agenda of glorifying death, torture and dehumanization. We’ll look at the twisted messages behind “Better Have My Money”.

Since the launch of Vigilant Citizen in 2008, Rihanna has been a part of the picture. In fact, one of the first articles I ever wrote was about Rihanna’s Umbrella, and nothing has really changed since then. More than 7 years later, Rihanna is still being used to push the occult elite’s agenda … because that’s what industry pawns do. With Better Have my Money, Rihanna truly confirms that popular culture has turned into a depraved, toxic wasteland that purposely exposes young minds to death, murder, and torture. But it is not simply about exposing the youth to these things, it is about glorifying them, making them cool, fashionable, desirable and trendy.

Considering that the occult elite is not ashamed of torturing people for all kinds of purposes (see the horrific revelations of the CIA torture report  and the entire MK Ultra system), it is not surprising that they are looking to sell their love of human misery to the youth. One might say “This has nothing to do with Rihanna, it is just a fun video”. But actually, yes, it does. In Better Have My Money, Rihanna re-enacts actual torture techniques used by psychopathic entities and makes them appear cool. I mean, when you torture people on a yacht while there’s party music in the background, it’s cool, right? Right? Torture is cool? Oh, and sexy, too.

It’s Not Really About Her Money

If you listen to Better Have My Money without being exposed to the video, it is easy to assume that the song is about someone owing Rihanna money that she wants back. If someone has ever owed you money, and tried to weasel their way out of paying you back, you probably relate to the catchy chorus of the song: “B*tch better have my money”.

However, the imagery of the video takes things to a disturbing, psychopathic, sadistic new level. Now it is not simply about Rihanna trying to get her money, it is about Rihanna enjoying torturing and killing people. But, because it’s Rihanna that’s doing it, we’ll rationalize the horrors on screen and say that it’s just her being a “strong, empowered, independent woman”, right? Well, guess what. Even if a woman does it, killing and torturing people is still wrong.

Does watching the video gives you an uneasy, unpleasant feeling in your gut? That’s your instincts subtly telling you that what you are watching is not right. It does not fit with the state of natural balance and harmony your mind attempts to stay in. Watching pain, suffering, dehumanization and death is not “art”, it simply kills the soul.

As it is often the case with mass media, Rihanna’s video synchronizes with a recently released video from another pop star who also took on a bloody, vengeful, and violent persona: Taylor Swift.

Released a few weeks apart, Bad Blood and Better Have My Money feature pop stars in celebrating death and violence while wearing red hair – the color of blood and sacrifice.

Released a few weeks apart, Bad Blood and Better Have My Money feature pop stars in celebrating death and violence while wearing red hair – the color of blood and sacrifice.

The Video

The Better Have My Money video begins with a stereotypical Hollywood wife crossing paths with Rihanna and her mysterious trunk.

Rihanna is about to turn into a psychopatic torturer. But I looove her bohemian-chic style, so it’s OK.

Rihanna is about to turn into a psychopatic torturer. But I looove her bohemian-chic style, so it’s OK.

Rihanna leaves the elevator with the woman inside the trunk and the ordeal begins. Rihanna and her friends do not simply kidnap the woman to get their money back – they take pleasure in torturing her in various ways. In short, they are partaking in the guilty pleasures of the occult elite: dehumanizing, torturing, traumatizing, and, ultimately, murdering people. Yes, that’s what the occult elite does. In real life. Read the news.

First, they strip their victim naked – a classic way of taking away the victim’s dignity and sense of security and to enter the realm of sexual abuse.

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They hang her upside down while Rihanna looks really cool. Looove that hat BTW.

“Simply hanging a person upside down for one or two hours will begin to play tricks on the mind. The mind will begin to dissociate, and will begin to reverse the primordial brain functions such as pain is pleasure. The person’s mind rearranges. This is often done with Beta alters or Beta models to get them to think that the pain of sadistic rape is a pleasure. After this reversal in the mind that “PAIN IS LOVE”, the S&M kitten alters will beg their handler to slap them, tie them up, hurt them, etc. They will tease their handler, and tell him he is not a real man if he shows any mercy in how the pain is inflicted. Fire/burning torture is used in the porcelain face programming.”
– Fritz Springmeier, The Illuminati Formula to Create a Mind Control Slave

Rihanna and her friends appear to have gotten the CIA handbook of torture.

Inducing vomiting through motion and/or drugs.

Inducing vomiting through motion and/or drugs.

Rihanna also appear to know about the sick mind games played on Beta Kitten slaves such as “making them pretty to then treat them like whores”.

Rihanna and friends make the victim wear jewelery and makeup. They even add eye-lashes on her blindfold. She is then drugged. This is the kind of stuff MK handlers do to slaves before abuse.

Rihanna and friends make the victim wear jewelery and makeup. They even add eye-lashes on her blindfold. She is then drugged. This is the kind of stuff MK handlers do to slaves before abuse.

Keeping a victim underwater and simulating death by drowning is a particularly traumatic torture technique (see Guantanamo Bay/waterboarding) that often leads to dissociation.

Keeping a victim underwater and simulating death by drowning is a particularly traumatic torture technique (see Guantanamo Bay/waterboarding) that often leads to dissociation.

In the scene above, the victim is kept underwater to hide her from the idiot policeman who is too distracted by the pretty women to notice anything else. When pop stars like Rihanna and Taylor use sex and violence to get what they want, it is often portrayed as a feminist statement. But in mass media, feminism is not about equality, it is about normalizing degradation and violence and calling it empowerment.

After a bunch of shots of Rihanna looking angry and cool, we finally learn why this poor woman is suffering. Because her husband owes Rihanna money. The woman is therefore presumably totally innocent, but is still subjected to the worst kind of abuse. (By other women. So much for feminism!)

Despite his wife’s torture, the husband is not sending Rihanna her money, so she decides to slaughter him like a farm animal. That’s rational.

The man’s living room is covered in plastic sheets because Rihanna is about to hack and slash him in an orgy of unnecessary violence. I’m sure Rihanna’s 12 year-old fans will enjoy this.

The man’s living room is covered in plastic sheets because Rihanna is about to hack and slash him in an orgy of unnecessary violence. I’m sure Rihanna’s 12 year-old fans will enjoy this.

In a quick shot, we see his hand cut off.

In a quick shot, we see his hand cut off.

Doing all of these horrific things was apparently worth it because Rihanna got her money. Good. We were all very worried about Rihanna’s money. While young viewers will conclude that “Rihanna is such a bad-ass”, the final scene of the video reveals her true state.

Rihanna lays in the trunk where the torture victim was previously placed.

Rihanna lays in the trunk where the torture victim was previously placed.

Not unlike the torture victim, Rihanna is inside the chest, naked and drugged. It is a symbolic way of stating that Rihanna is actually not a cool, renegade bad-ass, but is a victim herself. She is a product of the Beta Kitten industry, she has literally blood on her hands, but there is some money thrown on her to keep her in line. In other words, she is no different than the woman who got kidnapped, tortured and exploited to get money. By portraying a sadistic killer over club music, she is being used and manipulated by the industry to advance its Agenda. She is not “empowered”, nor is she in control of anything. She never was.

The last image of the video, after the song is over, shows Rihanna’s face dripping with blood over unsettling sounds.

The last image of the video, after the song is over, shows Rihanna’s face dripping with blood over unsettling sounds.

The blood on Rihanna’s face recalls the extreme violence of the murder she committed and reminds us of the real point of the video. This was never about getting paid. This is about using Rihanna to sell the elite’s culture of death and dehumanization, while negating human dignity, self-respect, and everything that is positive about humanity.

In Conclusion

There is no hidden message in Better Have My Money. Everything is in your face, like the blood dripping down Rihanna’s face. The video still manages to deceive viewers by rationalizing horror because “the guy was a jerk and he deserved it”. No, he didn’t.

However, the sickness goes deeper than this. This video is about the elite’s obsession with pain and torture. Whether you are looking at the treatment of war prisoners and MK slaves, or at the underground rings selling selling snuff torture, those “above the law” have legitimized the torture of those that are “beneath” them. Not only is it used as a tool to obtain what they want, but their inverted mindstate “gets off” on it. Better Have My Money celebrates this mindstate under the guise of being “edgy”.

What does this say about us and our culture? Why does “pushing the limits” in popular culture always go in a debasing and dehumanizing direction, but rarely in the opposite direction, toward beauty, creativity, and innovation? Because those who control the world economy and mass media do not want human minds to expand and be inspired. They want the opposite. They want closed, cloudy minds obsessed with unhealthy and destructive ideas and images. Minds they can control.

Rihanna is a tool to accomplish this. She doesn’t really have a say in any of it. She didn’t even write the song. She is simply doing what her bosses tell her to do. And, when all is said and done, they will tell her: “B*tch better have my money”.

Source:  http://vigilantcitizen.com

Resources:  https://gangstalkingsurfers.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/summary-of-no-touch-torture-techniques-in-use-to-target-innocent-americans-by-dr-robert-duncan/

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The Population Council–Rockefeller Eugenics Organization Used to Covertly Undermine Traditional Values

Population-Council-in-Egypt-to-participate-in-the-SAHWA-Youth-SurveyThe Population Council is an international, nonprofit, non-governmental organization. The Council conducts biomedical, social science, and public health research and helps build research capacities in developing countries.[1][2] One-third of its research relates to HIV and AIDS; its other major program areas are reproductive health and poverty, youth, and gender.[citation needed] It held the license for Norplant contraceptive implant, and now holds the license for Mirena intrauterine system. The Population Council also publishes the journals Population and Development Review, which reports scientific research on the interrelationships between population and socioeconomic development and provides a forum for discussion of related issues of public policy, and Studies in Family Planning, which focuses on public health, social science, and biomedical research on sexual and reproductive health, fertility, and family planning.

The Organization

Established in 1952 by John D. Rockefeller III, with important funding from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, the Council is governed by an international board of trustees. The 2006 board includes leaders in biomedicine, business, economic development, government, health, international finance, the media, philanthropy, and social science.

Headquartered in New York, the Population Council has 18 offices in Africa, Asia, and Latin America and does work in more than 60 countries. With an annual budget of around $74 million, it employs more than 500 people from 33 countries with expertise in a wide array of scientific disciplines. Roughly 55 percent are based outside the United States.

The Council has its roots in the discredited eugenics movement. The first president of the Council was a eugenicist appointed by Rockefeller; Frederick Osborn, author of Preface to Eugenics (New York, 1940), leader of the American Eugenics Society, and one of the founding members of the Pioneer Fund. Osborn was vice president or president of the Population Council until 1959. In 1968 he wrote, “Eugenic goals are most likely to be achieved under another name than eugenics.”[3]

The Population Council's 1969 Memorandum showing the coming mass promotion of homosexuality and feminism are merely aspects of the planned total enslavement in a literal Brave New World sense - to make sure you don't go into the future through offspring.

The Population Council’s 1969 Memorandum showing the coming mass promotion of homosexuality and feminism as aspects of the planned total enslavement through population control creating a Brave New World through offspring management.

Reproductive Health

The Council conducts biomedical research to develop contraceptives and social science research to better understand the factors influencing access to and decision-making around contraceptives.[4] Its fundamental research on reproductive and immunological processes serves not only as the basis for the development of new contraceptive methods to meet the needs of both women and men, but also for new hormone therapies and AIDS-prevention products.[citation needed]

In the 1960s, the Council played a key role in documenting the large numbers of people in poor countries who lacked access to contraceptives and in conducting research to design and evaluate public family planning programs.[citation needed] At the same time, the Council’s biomedical researchers worked to develop new contraceptive methods, such as the intrauterine device.

Some contraceptives available in some countries today were developed by the Population Council: the Copper T IUD, Norplant, Jadelle (Norplant II), and Mirena. More than 50 million Copper T IUDs have been distributed in over 70 countries. Norplant was replaced by Jadelle.

The British medical journal Lancet said of the Population Council, “Most non-governmental organisations claim to promote change for the better; the Population Council actually has hard evidence of having changed the lives and expectations of hundreds of millions of people.”[5]

 

Source:  Wikipedia: Population Council

 

References

(1) Media Center | Key Facts
(2) About the Council
(3) Betsy Hartmann (2006). “Everyday Eugenics”. Zmag. Retrieved 2015-02-15
(4) The Lancet. (Vol. 361, June 7, 2003, review)
(5) David Rockefeller, New York: Random House, 2002

Website

http://www.popcouncil.org