Just because you’re paranoid

There is simply not enough conspiracy theory-driven paranoid funk rock in the world.

By the looks of his YouTube video Ralph Buckley is hoping to redress the balance with a song that rages against psychiatry, the media, George Bush, Prozac, corporations, socialised health care, mind control, the police state, and the government. Phew!

Not one to let his shaky grasp of neurobiology temper his attack on the New World Order, he notes that antidepressants are hallucinogenic like LSD and both were created to keep down the masses. Fact.

Prozac, zoloft, wellbutrin, paxil etc…are psychoactive drugs (in the hallucinogen family) not unlike LSD which is also another drug developed by the government for purposes of mind control. Curious coincidence? How many ‘coincidences’ does it take before a conspiracy stops becoming a conspiracy?

How many conspiracy theorists does it take to change a light bulb? The light bulb didn’t change man, that’s WHAT THEY WANT YOU TO THINK!

Despite the pharmacological mix-up, Buckley definitely has the funk and cuts some mean blues into the deal. The track is from an album called ’9/11 Conspiracy Blues’ and he’s a big Ron Paul supporter if you want to get a feel for his suspicious outlook on life.

Best of all though, he rhymes ‘schizophrenia’ with ‘fuck the media’ and you gotta respect that.

Link to Buckley’s paranoid blues track ‘schizophrenia’.

One Comment

  1. corpodibacco
    Posted February 6, 2008 at 9:12 pm | Permalink

    uhm, I don’t really like this music, which isn’t funky at all by the way… and I don’t really care for the collection of conspiracies, which is a collection of fears after all…
    but, you know, of course 9/11 was an inside job.
    Don’t you think it is about time to write something about collective denial? How that work? How it works so good?


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