Busta Rhymes is most assuredly a hip hop giant. A Titan in the music industry who's celebrity status goes back to the early 1990's. Clearly after watching this video, Busta Rhymes, though an intelligent man, and a lyrical genius who's skill is truly unmatched, may be in a bit of denial about the function and purpose of the violent rap culture pushed by the corporate record labels. If you watch the video I posted about the secrets of body language first, then observe Busta Rhymes body language in this interview with Sway from MTV, clearly he is demonstrating telltale signs of denial and uncertainty. Subconsciously, his body language is contradicting the message he is conveying. Though I see no red flag indicators he is practicing any form of deception.
Kudos to Mark Dice, for not railing on Busta, because clearly Busta has just got it wrong.
Busta, if by some chance you're reading this blog, consider what I'm about to say: the people that lord over this cosmic rock have gone to great lengths to socially engineer society by way of a framework they have scientifically crafted. Read Eddie Bernay's book, Propaganda. Read just ten pages in and you'll see quite promptly the agenda here. Eddie Bernay's book is in fact one of their playbooks and part of the constructive blue print of Madison Avenue advertising.
When you're done browsing that particular publication, which you can read for free online in pdf form, take some time out to check Carol Quigley's book, Tragedy and Hope. Read the first chapter and witness the cyclical and predictable nature of society. It will ring true, I promise you. The book itself is a long read, though the first few pages most certainly give you a sense of the rest of the content and the basic premise. Tragedy and Hope, is just another book that demonstrates the very depth of insight these ruling elite of Ivy League academia have concerning society and social systems. Good luck in making future discovers.
As a courtesy to the reader of this blog, I will link both pdfs here:
And be sure to check out my, Secrets of Body Language blog to put all this in perspective.
Kryptograph, over and out