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The sad thing is that they'll succeed in normalizing p***philia taking the LGBTQ route. They are already trying, there are child drag queens and people support it.
Yeah there are kids who give better makeup classes in youtube than.. The old famous female makeup artists

 





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Agreed. It's difficult to be firm about disagreeing with it because you will always be labelled as homophobic or transphobic even if you're coming from a place of respect and not hatred. It actually makes me angry when I see these things being pushed onto kids. They're so innocent, they should be allowed to just be children without the confusion of sexual or gender identity. I also am not homophobic but I have a problem with how people behind that movement try to force everyone to not only accept their ideologies but to embrace it. They don't allow people whose religions say it's wrong to express that thought, even kindly. And I hate what "love" has come to mean today. You're right about the slippery slope. It sickens me that people are actually defending p*edos and bestiality, I've gotten into arguments with people about this and I got called a narrow-minded bigot. It all goes along with the hivemind mentality. I'm just glad I got to live my childhood as I should've, playing outside and not on an electronic device, being a kid and not a political statement. This is also why I don't want kids of my own, along with all the mess that is politics and wars and the sicko elite. I can't imagine raising them in this world.
This is the order out of chaos
the trend of 'gender-neutral' kids
I agree its a slippery slope
 





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Oh God..
This is crazyyyyyy


Does this happen after some electric shocks to the vision center of the brain or what ... This is making me uncomfortable now.. for the boys
Some fans said its due to an eye problem doesn't go well with contacts but who knows really?
Did jamal said he had that? And also, why he wears this if it makes his eye do that? why not glasses..:? (disclaimer: opinion only)
 





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Also I've done a nice video:
(cr Train to Bustan)
You guys need to stop
I'm crying-laughing
 





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theories Pt I
Ok guys, so there are gonna be some theories about BS&T japanese ver. I have never seen anyone mentioned this
so here we go :D
First time I saw the MV I immediately noticed reference to movie "Enter the Void" and drugs in general. I myself have been into drugs, deep down couple years ago ( fortunately now I'm on the other side, totally fine so I want to share my experience with you).
I decided to re watch the movie, step by step.

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Some words about the movie

Enter the Void is a 2009 English-language French drama film written and directed by Gaspar Noé and starring Nathaniel Brown, Paz de la Huerta, and Cyril Roy. Set in the neon-lit nightclub environments of Tokyo, the story follows Oscar, a young American drug dealer who gets shot by the police, but continues to watch subsequent events during an out-of-body experience. The film is shot from a first-person viewpoint, which often floats above the city streets, and occasionally features Oscar staring over his own shoulder as he recalls moments from his past. Noé labels the film a "psychedelic melodrama".

A rough cut premiered at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, but post-production work continued, and the film was not released in France until almost a year later. A cut-down version was released in the United States and United Kingdom in September 2010. The critical response was sharply divided: positive reviews described the film as captivating and innovative, while negative critics called it tedious and puerile. The film performed poorly at the box office.

Gaspar Noé (born December 27, 1963) is an Argentine filmmaker living in France. He is the son of Argentine painter, writer and intellectual Luis Felipe Noé He is mostly known for his five feature films: I Stand Alone (1998), Irréversible (2002), Enter the Void (2009), Love (2015), and Climax (2018).
Influences
The films of Stanley Kubrick are one source of inspiration for Noé, and he occasionally makes references to them in his own works. Noé stated in the September 2012 edition of Sight & Sound magazine that seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey at the age of seven changed his life, without which experience he would never have become a director. Noé also cites the 1983 Austrian serial killer film, Angst, by Gerald Kargl, as a major influence.

PLOT
Oscar (Nathaniel Brown) lives in Tokyo with his younger sister Linda (Paz de la Huerta) and supports himself by dealing drugs, against the advice of his friend Alex (Cyril Roy), who attempts to turn Oscar's interest toward The Tibetan Book of the Dead, a Buddhist book about the afterlife. The first segment begins with Linda leaving for work (at a local strip club) and then follows Oscar's nightly routine through strict point-of-view shots, including momentary blackouts that represent blinking, private internal thoughts, and extended sequences of a DMT-induced hallucination.
Next, Alex meets Oscar at the apartment and they leave so that Oscar can deliver drugs to his friend Victor (Olly Alexander). On the way, Alex explains parts of The Tibetan Book of the Dead to Oscar: how the spirit of a dead person sometimes stays among the living until it begins to experience nightmares, after which it attempts to reincarnate. They arrive at a bar called The Void. Oscar enters alone and sits down with a distressed Victor, who mutters "I'm sorry" before they are swarmed by police officers. Oscar seals himself in a bathroom stall and attempts to flush his drugs. When the flush does not work, he yells through the door that he has a gun and will shoot. In response, a police officer opens fire and hits Oscar, who falls to the floor.

Oscar's viewpoint rises and looks at his body from above, and then we begin to witness his life in a roughly chronological order.

So the reference to the movie makes sense if you watch bst backwards..
(I'm going to put the pictures in chronological order <the movie/ MV backwards>

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the lighter View attachment 12694
the main character heats the DMT with a lighter View attachment 12695
broken glass or maybe..
N,N-Dimethyltryptamine DMT

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then Jamal
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sorry if it was too long :C I couldn't post all the screenshots, to be continued
Wow thanks for the analysis :D, haven't watched the movie and also didnt think of watching their japan mv backwards. But logically, its good to watch it backwards thinking about their likelihood of inversion.
Their projects seem to reference drugs frequently.. (disclaimer: observation not facts)..:)
Waiting for the next~
 





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Ohhhh this is bad. Billie has a really sweet voice. I like her song 'lovely' the most. Slightly off topic, but why it has to be NJ when it comes to 'now-listening-to' tweet?

Btw, does anyone could elaborate about 'walking under ladders' thing?

TIA
Walking under a ladder can : bring bad luck,make you injure yourself or it can fall on you and crush you :/
(That's an old saying btw
Free is your interpretation of it in relation to the thread)
 





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Comments are worth a read too..
(disclaimer: observation not facts)
clumsy cutie pie 1 eyd :D:D:D
is he a high iq makes me wonder why he doesn't face the right way.... (maybe his knowledge is focused on other things.. ehe)
also he has no idea how to slice :
 





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I hate it when they were light-coloured contacts, might be a personal thing but they just feel creepy and off-putting to me. Even so, his eyes here look messed up. Is it maybe not just that the contacts have sort of slid out of position?
They want to look like pretty kitty cats
BK kitty cats:D? Also, yes the fan said the eye problem doesn't go well with the contacts but one eyd has a pic like that and it doesn't look like he wears contacts? idk...


(disclaimer: observation not fats)
what makes me feel creepy why are the pupils...
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theories Pt I
Ok guys, so there are gonna be some theories about BS&T japanese ver. I have never seen anyone mentioned this
so here we go :D
First time I saw the MV I immediately noticed reference to movie "Enter the Void" and drugs in general. I myself have been into drugs, deep down couple years ago ( fortunately now I'm on the other side, totally fine so I want to share my experience with you).
I decided to re watch the movie, step by step.

View attachment 12691
Some words about the movie

Enter the Void is a 2009 English-language French drama film written and directed by Gaspar Noé and starring Nathaniel Brown, Paz de la Huerta, and Cyril Roy. Set in the neon-lit nightclub environments of Tokyo, the story follows Oscar, a young American drug dealer who gets shot by the police, but continues to watch subsequent events during an out-of-body experience. The film is shot from a first-person viewpoint, which often floats above the city streets, and occasionally features Oscar staring over his own shoulder as he recalls moments from his past. Noé labels the film a "psychedelic melodrama".

A rough cut premiered at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival, but post-production work continued, and the film was not released in France until almost a year later. A cut-down version was released in the United States and United Kingdom in September 2010. The critical response was sharply divided: positive reviews described the film as captivating and innovative, while negative critics called it tedious and puerile. The film performed poorly at the box office.

Gaspar Noé (born December 27, 1963) is an Argentine filmmaker living in France. He is the son of Argentine painter, writer and intellectual Luis Felipe Noé He is mostly known for his five feature films: I Stand Alone (1998), Irréversible (2002), Enter the Void (2009), Love (2015), and Climax (2018).
Influences
The films of Stanley Kubrick are one source of inspiration for Noé, and he occasionally makes references to them in his own works. Noé stated in the September 2012 edition of Sight & Sound magazine that seeing 2001: A Space Odyssey at the age of seven changed his life, without which experience he would never have become a director. Noé also cites the 1983 Austrian serial killer film, Angst, by Gerald Kargl, as a major influence.

PLOT
Oscar (Nathaniel Brown) lives in Tokyo with his younger sister Linda (Paz de la Huerta) and supports himself by dealing drugs, against the advice of his friend Alex (Cyril Roy), who attempts to turn Oscar's interest toward The Tibetan Book of the Dead, a Buddhist book about the afterlife. The first segment begins with Linda leaving for work (at a local strip club) and then follows Oscar's nightly routine through strict point-of-view shots, including momentary blackouts that represent blinking, private internal thoughts, and extended sequences of a DMT-induced hallucination.
Next, Alex meets Oscar at the apartment and they leave so that Oscar can deliver drugs to his friend Victor (Olly Alexander). On the way, Alex explains parts of The Tibetan Book of the Dead to Oscar: how the spirit of a dead person sometimes stays among the living until it begins to experience nightmares, after which it attempts to reincarnate. They arrive at a bar called The Void. Oscar enters alone and sits down with a distressed Victor, who mutters "I'm sorry" before they are swarmed by police officers. Oscar seals himself in a bathroom stall and attempts to flush his drugs. When the flush does not work, he yells through the door that he has a gun and will shoot. In response, a police officer opens fire and hits Oscar, who falls to the floor.

Oscar's viewpoint rises and looks at his body from above, and then we begin to witness his life in a roughly chronological order.

So the reference to the movie makes sense if you watch bst backwards..
(I'm going to put the pictures in chronological order <the movie/ MV backwards>

View attachment 12692
View attachment 12693
the lighter View attachment 12694
the main character heats the DMT with a lighter View attachment 12695
broken glass or maybe..
N,N-Dimethyltryptamine DMT

View attachment 12696
View attachment 12697

then Jamal
View attachment 12698 View attachment 12700

View attachment 12699
sorry if it was too long :C I couldn't post all the screenshots, to be continued
Great post...