BTS discussion thread

AmazingGrace

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When they say "having a relationship", do they mean "having sex" or "making out"? Cause what's considered scandalous in SK is not that big of a deal to most Westerners. The legal age of consent for sex in SK is 20, believe it or not, and they are real big on no sex before marriage, keeping their teens from getting down with each other (they do it anyway, cause teens are like that).

Half of the idols we see, are actually virgins. That may seem farfetched but most idols from moderately big or really big companies are wealthy. Wealthy kids are kept under lock and key and prepared by their parents from a crazy young age to be well-educated to get a high paying job later in life and be successful. A portion of those kids, mostly boys, are prepared for an athletic career, in the hope they'll participate in enough competitions to earn status and medals for their country, so they can be excused from mandatory military service.
Also @LilaqQen and @Openso15t
you might like to read page 236 of this thread and several next pages.
 






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i saw this on my recommended what do you guys think of it? it seems very fake??
I get very bad vibes from it... Please don't dwell on this.
As for whether it is fake or not, we won't know unless it is revealed.
But please don't dwell on this...
Parts of it is true but I feel a deception in it too. If there is anyone else who can sense energies, please confirm it for me. (This reminds me of that situation with Tamara. She was someone who claimed to reveal the elite's secrets while making minor changes to the truth. Think of it this way. The path we have to walk to reach heaven is straight ahead of us. But deceivers show us the direction which is 1 or 2 degrees different to the correct angle. In the beginning, when we walk in the direction they showed, we would not notice the difference. But the further we follow that wrong path, the further we will be from our final destination. This is why it is important to recognize half-truths from the truth.)
 






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So I just want to say that kpop got thrust into the American market at a rapid fire pace, and Americans don't like to be given things too quickly, they have to have time to adjust to foreign media. I think this is why Japanese media has sustained popularity and isn't hated by large groups of people, because anime shows, manga and food have softly worked their way into America for decades upon decades. The reason I bring this up, is because Americans' slow adjustment to all things foreign is why we get these groups who like to say that kpop is an extremely dangerous and scary thing that does nothing but harm idols. That's not realistic, that's xenophobia at it's finest.

Beware of fear mongering. When we become so afraid that it's all we can focus on, we don't see what is really going on. That's how terrorists and cult leaders keep their recruits, it's how governments hide the truth. You never know if people who make "the dark side of kpop" videos and articles have been paid by someone to do that.

Conversely, Koreans by and large view kpop as the dream life. As perfectly good, and anyone who dares say otherwise can go jump off of a cliff. Koreans are overprotective of kpop, so much so that they refuse to admit when it isn't the perfect world they expected it to be. Which is really the same as the way @rmy rabidly defend B+S.

I think kpop has it's dark moments in history, and present day. I think some companies have cult mentalities, and others are your standard corporate business. I think some idols have committed suicide, and others have been murdered. I think a lot of idols are living the good life and don't give a crap what people think of them and their career, because that's how celebrities are. I think the middle ground is more likely, with some prostitution, some scandalous behavior, some deception, but not the entire sum of kpop contains all those things.
 






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So I just want to say that kpop got thrust into the American market at a rapid fire pace, and Americans don't like to be given things too quickly, they have to have time to adjust to foreign media. I think this is why Japanese media has sustained popularity and isn't hated by large groups of people, because anime shows, manga and food have softly worked their way into America for decades upon decades. The reason I bring this up, is because Americans' slow adjustment to all things foreign is why we get these groups who like to say that kpop is an extremely dangerous and scary thing that does nothing but harm idols. That's not realistic, that's xenophobia at it's finest.

Beware of fear mongering. When we become so afraid that it's all we can focus on, we don't see what is really going on. That's how terrorists and cult leaders keep their recruits, it's how governments hide the truth. You never know if people who make "the dark side of kpop" videos and articles have been paid by someone to do that.

Conversely, Koreans by and large view kpop as the dream life. As perfectly good, and anyone who dares say otherwise can go jump off of a cliff. Koreans are overprotective of kpop, so much so that they refuse to admit when it isn't the perfect world they expected it to be. Which is really the same as the way @rmy rabidly defend B+S.

I think kpop has it's dark moments in history, and present day. I think some companies have cult mentalities, and others are your standard corporate business. I think some idols have committed suicide, and others have been murdered. I think a lot of idols are living the good life and don't give a crap what people think of them and their career, because that's how celebrities are. I think the middle ground is more likely, with some prostitution, some scandalous behavior, some deception, but not the entire sum of kpop contains all those things.
i think maybe it happen more in small company i mean that idols sell their bodies
 






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i think maybe it happen more in small company i mean that idols sell their bodies
I think so too. Larger companies have less of these issues because they have more to worry about in terms of the company's integrity/stability.

Smaller companies are practically ignored by news media, because they are small. Smaller, less popular groups get away with a lot of dirty behavior because the news media ignores them too. A scandal from B+S is waaaaay more exciting of a news story than a less known group like Dreamcatcher (if Dreamcatcher have even had scandals, hard to tell, I named them cause they're the only small group I can think of atm).
 






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Hi, I’m new to this website but not new to these topics. The reason I’m here cuz my sister is into kpop (BTS) and I had to research into them and give her some “proof” of their not so clean image so she doesn’t become fanatic and obsessed. I found this website that speaks freely and doesn’t cancel or take down free speech. I still don’t know how to navigate this website, is anyone able to send or direct me to evidence of BTS/kpop cult/satanic involvement?
 






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Hi, I’m new to this website but not new to these topics. The reason I’m here cuz my sister is into kpop (BTS) and I had to research into them and give her some “proof” of their not so clean image so she doesn’t become fanatic and obsessed. I found this website that speaks freely and doesn’t cancel or take down free speech. I still don’t know how to navigate this website, is anyone able to send or direct me to evidence of BTS/kpop cult/satanic involvement?
here: https://vigilantcitizenforums.com/threads/kpop-satanic-illuminati-influence.2143/page-666

also welcome!
 






AmazingGrace

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Hi, I’m new to this website but not new to these topics. The reason I’m here cuz my sister is into kpop (BTS) and I had to research into them and give her some “proof” of their not so clean image so she doesn’t become fanatic and obsessed. I found this website that speaks freely and doesn’t cancel or take down free speech. I still don’t know how to navigate this website, is anyone able to send or direct me to evidence of BTS/kpop cult/satanic involvement?
Welcome
 






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queen82

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Hi, I’m new to this website but not new to these topics. The reason I’m here cuz my sister is into kpop (BTS) and I had to research into them and give her some “proof” of their not so clean image so she doesn’t become fanatic and obsessed. I found this website that speaks freely and doesn’t cancel or take down free speech. I still don’t know how to navigate this website, is anyone able to send or direct me to evidence of BTS/kpop cult/satanic involvement?
welcome to you
 






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Welcome too @_a__79 !

I just watched this video. Do anyone here think Jin is that rich to give V a money allowance, maybe same to JK despite they are earning money themselves?

 






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Welcome too @_a__79 !

I just watched this video. Do anyone here think Jin is that rich to give V a money allowance, maybe same to JK despite they are earning money themselves?

V is also rich, i mean if we compare with 25th y/o ordinary ppl who live in Seoul
and giving gift money to a younger person is common in S.K so that he can spend the money according to his needs.

 






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Hey, y'all. I haven't been around here for a while because of school and low motivation.

When celebrities are under MK ultra mind control, it usually starts to fall apart between the ages of 27-30. The MK ultra slaves start acting erratically and start having breakdowns. To try and fix this, the handlers normally put up a fake cover up. The cover ups that are mostly use is rehab or surgery. So, that is probably why so many idols "commited suicide" when they were at the age of 27. And that is probably why Suga went to get "shoulder surgery"
 






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