Illuminati: No Colored Allowed!
I paraphrased the title of this post to add emphasis to the philosophy presented by R&B producer, The Dream. His real name is Terius Youngdell Nash and he was born in Rockingham, North Carolina, September 1977. If you are not familiar with his music then you must have heard hits he produced like Umbrella (Rihanna) and Single Ladies (Beyonce). If you have not heard them I hope you are granted parole soon.
He is also the lucky meat sack (no I am not envious) who snagged and has a child with Christina Milian and they are now divorced. He also has three children from a previous marriage. Now that you know who he is let’s get started on why we are talking about him. He was recently video taped discussing the (Shhhh) . . . Illuminati.
The Dream feels the ever elusive and all powering Illuminati, is a crock of hot steaming crap, made up from Internet chatter! He also said if the Illuminati was real, then Black people would not be allowed to join. The Dream feels the Illuminati is a way to detract and devalue the hard work of Black artist and producers in music today. Also, it just boils down to people being jealous.
“I don’t know any devil worshipers. And who knows, maybe Jay-Z and other rappers have some devil worshipers as fans. But that doesn’t mean entertainers are sacrificing virgins for Beelzebub. I didn’t even know who the Illuminati were until the Internet started buzzing that Jay-Z was one of them. It’s ridiculous. Jay-Z is a cool cat. He ain’t Hollywood. He is a regular guy. He is so f*cking grounded. It is a shame people want to link him to this conspiracy.” - The Dream
Many researchers will strongly disagree with The Dream because his song Umbrella has been analyzed and fuels the fire, it is in fact…demonic. Take for instance the research of Lennon Honor on the Umbrella video with Rihanna. He provides a meticulous comprehensive analysis of the video and the occult nature therein. There are many of these; but, I am featuring one of the most convincing of the series.
The Dream also states if there was an Illuminati, Black people would not be recruited. Well, here is a scene from the movie Rosewood, directed by Spike Lee. This movie is about a White woman who is cheating on her husband, gets beat up, and blames it on a Black man. The White town folk form a lynch mob and rape and murder everybody with melanin. You could not go Tiger Woods, and say, “I am not Black. I am comblin-asian” and not get murdered that day.
A very interesting segment of the movie, is where the White man, who really beat up the woman receives help. He runs to a farm and yells, “Hey boy!”, next the Black man opens the window, and the White man asks the coded question, “Are you a traveling man?” and the Black man says, “Who is asking?” The white man then holds up his Freemason ring as does the Black man!
Basically, Spike Lee is presenting Black people were in fact recruited into a secret White society, the Freemasons. The bond of the oath was so strong the Black man was obligated to help his brother. The irony is the Black man did not even have civil rights at this time! Is this not evidence of secret societies involving Black people? The Dream also makes a very interesting statement we must focus on:
“And who knows, maybe Jay-Z and other rappers have some devil worshipers as fans”
With that being said, if you know or suspect there are devil worshiper fans in Hip Hop. Why not repudiate them? Why not call upon your faith in Jesus Christ or The Most High? My father taught me a lesson at a young age. It is what you say and don’t say in situations that convict you. What do you think about this?
If you know the history of the Illuminati they infiltrated the Freemasons in the 18th century. Their doctrines were so subversive they were kicked out of countries! I have to ask myself is The Dream really this ignorant to the above-mentioned facts, or is he a participant, or just plain living in a dream world?