05 October 2009
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Apparently, Canadian Prime Minister, Stephan Harper in not only a big Beatles fan, but he is also proficient at masking messages contained in his music subliminally. Something he learned from the B...
Apparently, Canadian Prime Minister, Stephan Harper in not only a big Beatles fan, but he is also proficient at masking messages contained in his music subliminally. Something he learned from the Beatles' White Album I'm sure. Here is the proof!
On Saturday October 3rd, PM Harper performed a Beatles cover tune - With A Little Help From My Friends - at the National Arts Centre in front of an enthusiastic crowd of wealthy elite. Whilst wowing them with his rendition of the song, it seems he had an ulterior motive designed to infuse listeners with messages to deflect any lingering thoughts directed at his recent comment at the closing of the G - 20 Summit in Pittsburgh, PA on September 25th, in which he stated, Canada has "no history of colonialism".
This comment has sparked much contention in the media north of the 49th with much of the comments coming directly from Canada's First Nations. Moreover, Canada's newly elected National Chief tof First Nations, Shawn Atleo has publically demanded an apology for his statements south of the border to a world audience. Well, without getting too involved in the politics of that, one can simply delve into it on any of the many sites announcing this grand "faux pas"! National Chief Atleo story can be found here! ..."
Monday, 5 October 2009
With A Little Help From My Friends - PM Harper National Arts Centre performance backmasked?