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Yes, he was most likely a male sponsor Jimin had to hook up with. It is so obvious with all the interactions they had :(

ahh yess I should have added the similarities but I rushed the post because I’m not feeling too well. Here are some of the similarities I gathered:

1) like you said, Bang PD is just like Lou in terms of being a “father figure” . The boy group members would call Lou “Papa Lou” in an endearing way because he was like a father they never had. A lot of abusers pretend to be the nicest people to lure their victims. (This really reminds me of Jimin calling James Cordon “ Papa Mochi” Also mochi is another food reference) BTS also had troubled pasts like Suga dealing with severe depression and suicidal thoughts. Tae missing out on parental love when his parents abandoned him and sent him to live with his grandma. Their parents basically sold them to these companies just like lous boy members parents did. The parents cared more about money than their children which is so so so so sad. It just goes to show that if a parent could do that they were most likely very bad parents in the first place.

2) Just like Lou Bang PD sold BTS a lie. First he said that they would be a hip hop group even though the group was already always planned. He made them sleep and live in small dorms and made them practice for hours on end, when he previously worked with JYP who is mega rich. so he lied about the money he had. Also to be high
in the elite like he is you have to have money. BTS weren’t from a struggling company lmao. It’s the biggest lie to push the “oh they were nothing now they’re legends” rhetoric although he claims to give BTS so much money this obvs is not true and all the lavish lifestyle they live, is them getting into more debt. ( Lou would take NSYNC and backstreet boys to expensive restaurants and pretended to treat them when in actual fact he expected the boys to pay him back)

3) Both Bang PD and Lou had an emphasis on working with boy groups. Glam was just an excuse for Bang PD and I think Lou had only one girl group. It just shows their sick and horrible intentions of why they even wanted these young boys in the first place

4) Bang PD sells the same “family” crap Lou sold which is total crap.

5)Both were powerful and successful, many links to the elite to keep them from getting into trouble.

6) Both are fat!

It’s exactly the same... just ones Korean and the other American. I can’t believe people don’t see this at all. The only good thing out of this is that Lou was prisoned for fraud charges but he got away with grooming these poor boys because he was rich and successful. I hope the boys especially Aaron seek help and find peace because no one should go through that. And I hope that Lou is being tortured in the grave rn because what he did was so vile and disgusting
 






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Yes, he was most likely a male sponsor Jimin had to hook up with. It is so obvious with all the interactions they had :(

ahh yess I should have added the similarities but I rushed the post because I’m not feeling too well. Here are some of the similarities I gathered:

1) like you said, Bang PD is just like Lou in terms of being a “father figure” . The boy group members would call Lou “Papa Lou” in an endearing way because he was like a father they never had. A lot of abusers pretend to be the nicest people to lure their victims. (This really reminds me of Jimin calling James Cordon “ Papa Mochi” Also mochi is another food reference) BTS also had troubled pasts like Suga dealing with severe depression and suicidal thoughts. Tae missing out on parental love when his parents abandoned him and sent him to live with his grandma. Their parents basically sold them to these companies just like lous boy members parents did. The parents cared more about money than their children which is so so so so sad. It just goes to show that if a parent could do that they were most likely very bad parents in the first place.

2) Just like Lou Bang PD sold BTS a lie. First he said that they would be a hip hop group even though the group was already always planned. He made them sleep and live in small dorms and made them practice for hours on end, when he previously worked with JYP who is mega rich. so he lied about the money he had. Also to be high
in the elite like he is you have to have money. BTS weren’t from a struggling company lmao. It’s the biggest lie to push the “oh they were nothing now they’re legends” rhetoric although he claims to give BTS so much money this obvs is not true and all the lavish lifestyle they live, is them getting into more debt. ( Lou would take NSYNC and backstreet boys to expensive restaurants and pretended to treat them when in actual fact he expected the boys to pay him back)

3) Both Bang PD and Lou had an emphasis on working with boy groups. Glam was just an excuse for Bang PD and I think Lou had only one girl group. It just shows their sick and horrible intentions of why they even wanted these young boys in the first place

4) Bang PD sells the same “family” crap Lou sold which is total crap.

5)Both were powerful and successful, many links to the elite to keep them from getting into trouble.

6) Both are fat!

It’s exactly the same... just ones Korean and the other American. I can’t believe people don’t see this at all. The only good thing out of this is that Lou was prisoned for fraud charges but he got away with grooming these poor boys because he was rich and successful. I hope the boys especially Aaron seek help and find peace because no one should go through that. And I hope that Lou is being tortured in the grave rn because what he did was so vile and disgusting
I know that this is the least important thing but I couldn’t help laughing at the “they’re both fat”. :D
With one input - both Bang AND Obama have changed their lifestyle (adrenochrome - style). Obama gave up smoking, Bang lost huge amount of weight.
Lou Pearlman is a very important figure because he’s the inventor of the “boyband” cult. He knew that this kind of format will have an immense impact on teenage girls and also open the doors to lots of possibilities to abuse young people. 2 for 1.

Thank you for sharing the detailed analysis.

Maybe not all the water at least not in near future but most.
There are already a lot of controversy going about this. They literally try to consume and control all our resources.

"Nestlé Pure Life earned its place as the world’s largest bottled water brand by delivering pure, safe water in more than 40 countries, across five continents, and through generations of consumers.
Nestlé Pure Life was born in Pakistan in 1998, spreading to Europe in 2000 and the United States in 2002. Each step of the way, Nestlé Pure Life has won over consumers who care about the quality and safety of their water."


When they want to sell water to a new country, they first buy the local water resources of that country, then they choose a local name for the water brand. So you think you're buying a local brand, but you're actually buying from nestle again. So check out the tiny letter on the back of the bottle.
Thank you halley, that’s such an important information ! I guess the only thing they don’t own (yet) is literally the rain water.
 






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Speaking of which.....

@ShiningCarat14 yes please post it here, I’ve never heard of him
I believe it was a soft attempt to test ways of delaying military and some sort of promo-deal with the cultural minister.
If people hear about BTS enrolling somewhere they will literally jump ships to move and equally enroll there.
I personally know of two young girls who moved to Seoul because of them.
 






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sorry but if a person act like that to get his or her idols attention , i found that very pathetic
It is. But that’s the cult they’ve helped grooming.
Last week or about two weeks ago that Turkish girl killed herself after writing multiple times to Yoongi in the same way to get his attention.
This girl also posted several times the “depressed” message.
Depressed people can’t even get up or think. This is offensive towards those suffering from real depression.

———
@OwlMoon people have manufactured and organized attacks/allowed attacks in order to control resources such as oil and for taking control over other countries (9/11).
Without water we cannot survive so I wouldn’t be that much surprised if the power countries at some point will start fighting over water resources. Or trading water against God knows what with countries with hot tropical dry climate.
 






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It is. But that’s the cult they’ve helped grooming.
Last week or about two weeks ago that Turkish girl killed herself after writing multiple times to Yoongi in the same way to get his attention.
This girl also posted several times the “depressed” message.
Depressed people can’t even get up or think. This is offensive towards those suffering from real depression.

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@OwlMoon people have manufactured and organized attacks/allowed attacks in order to control resources such as oil and for taking control over other countries (9/11).
Without water we cannot survive so I wouldn’t be that much surprised if the power countries at some point will start fighting over water resources. Or trading water against God knows what with countries with hot tropical dry climate.
I don't know, I don't think it's right to talk about the turkish girl like that, we don't know her life or what happened and she could really had depression, depression comes in different forms... What I say can be wrong tho...
 






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I don't know, I don't think it's right to talk about the turkish girl like that, we don't know her life or what happened and she could really had depression, depression comes in different forms... What I say can be wrong tho...
What is known is that she repeatedly wrote Yoongi on weverse to get his attention, her father criticized BTS, there is a wave that started with Billie Eillish of young people creating an illusion of a “depressive” world and fake depression.

That and BTS constantly maintaining a parasocial relation with their fans based on the presumption that they’re connected through the hardship of mental issues. Their fans mimic their taste in fashion, food, lifestyle, personality created.
They try to get their attention by each of them “suffering” from depression which they use like a trade in return for a reaction/attention.
In more severe cases there were incidents where fans have either killed themselves or killed/attempted to kill the “idol” they were obsessed with.

The same way BTS is now only getting results because they claim to “suffer” and are depressed, the same way their fans are trying to get their attention and it was a mistake for Namjoon to respond.
It only fuels the troubled waters.
 






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What is known is that she repeatedly wrote Yoongi on weverse to get his attention, her father criticized BTS, there is a wave that started with Billie Eillish of young people creating an illusion of a “depressive” world and fake depression.

That and BTS constantly maintaining a parasocial relation with their fans based on the presumption that they’re connected through the hardship of mental issues. Their fans mimic their taste in fashion, food, lifestyle, personality created.
They try to get their attention by each of them “suffering” from depression which they use like a trade in return for a reaction/attention.
In more severe cases there were incidents where fans have either killed themselves or killed/attempted to kill the “idol” they were obsessed with.

The same way BTS is now only getting results because they claim to “suffer” and are depressed, the same way their fans are trying to get their attention and it was a mistake for Namjoon to respond.
It only fuels the troubled waters.
Yea, so true. Even while I know about these I still get lured back. It's sad we can't know what to trust. But I guess that's the reason why a screen is in between reality and show.

Regarding the girl, I think her father played a role in her suicide too, but like I said, I can be wrong as I don't know what truly happened. It's difficult to know when someone is asking for attention or when they are truly depressed. I know people who were depressed but were labelled as an 'attention-seeker' which in turn was the cause why they become quiet about how they truly feel, which is why I have a tendency to try to believe it when someone says they are depressed.

But like, people using depression for the purpose of getting likes or attention or to manipulate people is totally wrong like you've said.
 






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Yea, so true. Even while I know about these I still get lured back. It's sad we can't know what to trust. But I guess that's the reason why a screen is in between reality and show.

Regarding the girl, I think her father played a role in her suicide too, but like I said, I can be wrong as I don't know what truly happened. It's difficult to know when someone is asking for attention or when they are truly depressed. I know people who were depressed but were labelled as an 'attention-seeker' which in turn was the cause why they become quiet about how they truly feel, which is why I have a tendency to try to believe it when someone says they are depressed.

But like, people using depression for the purpose of getting likes or attention or to manipulate people is totally wrong like you've said.
You are right. We don’t know what exactly happened with that girl.
But it’s important to talk about this wave of “fake depression” (I posted links to it a few pages back) that started with Billie Eillish and the emo-kids and now BTS.
Jordan Peterson explained depression in a simple sentence saying (paraphrasing) that it’s the state where you think that you cannot overcome the problems in your life anymore. Leading to often suicide.
But also a phenomenon occurring more often in wealthy privilege society.

Now, at 16 chances are high (as an average teenager) that you don’t encounter real problems - loosing your job while having to feed your family, not finding a job, struggling with cancer or other major diseases, being sabotaged at work, etc.
It comes down to the world around you and this damn “victimhood” agenda where you’re barely born and people tell you - you’re a victim and we’re going to give you a lot of attention and take care of your problems.
Those girls are worshiping BTS. Naturally if they hear them talking about mental health mental health depression sadness difficult times, they’re going to start telling themselves that they equally suffer, are depressed, are going though difficult times (...) and most likely create a chemical imbalance in the brain.
It’s the principle I talked about of romanticizing depression.
Like those who believe love is sufferance, others (army) think that by getting depressed, they will get BTS’s attention or share something personal with them.
 






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You are right. We don’t know what exactly happened with that girl.
But it’s important to talk about this wave of “fake depression” (I posted links to it a few pages back) that started with Billie Eillish and the emo-kids and now BTS.
Jordan Peterson explained depression in a simple sentence saying (paraphrasing) that it’s the state where you think that you cannot overcome the problems in your life anymore. Leading to often suicide.
But also a phenomenon occurring more often in wealthy privilege society.

Now, at 16 chances are high (as an average teenager) that you don’t encounter real problems - loosing your job while having to feed your family, not finding a job, struggling with cancer or other major diseases, being sabotaged at work, etc.
It comes down to the world around you and this damn “victimhood” agenda where you’re barely born and people tell you - you’re a victim and we’re going to give you a lot of attention and take care of your problems.
Those girls are worshiping BTS. Naturally if they hear them talking about mental health mental health depression sadness difficult times, they’re going to start telling themselves that they equally suffer, are depressed, are going though difficult times (...) and most likely create a chemical imbalance in the brain.
It’s the principle I talked about of romanticizing depression.
Like those who believe love is sufferance, others (army) think that by getting depressed, they will get BTS’s attention or share something personal with them.
Oh my, that makes sense. Romanticizing depression. Nowadays I see that in a lot of areas in the entertainment industry (series, dramas, anime, books etc) And it's totally true that romanticizing depression is offensive towards people who have it real, as depression is something horrible to feel.

I really hope people wont fall for the victimhood agenda. Perhaps, It makes me wonder sometimes if society does it on purpose so that it's easier to manipulate people. I'm trying to read books to be more mentally stronger as I went through depression (not severe depression which I'm grateful for) and I noticed that it truly made me more confident. The way people are seen on screen, even if we become their fans, they still influence us regarding our self-esteem. (Appearances, perfection, ideals) And self-esteem is important because you need it for even the smallest thing.

So I guess when fans try to relate to them, perhaps even if they already had depression, it makes them feel closer like you've said, and others try to relate, and the more deeper the feelings grow towards it, the more they break themselves unconsciously, which means the more needy they are to be with ARMY and BTS (which gives them the illusion that they found a place they belong).

Which means they become attached and have a higher tendency to listen and do what their singers say because they become their heroes and singers can't do no wrong.

Okay wait, I have a feeling that I'm just writing all over the place. What I wanted to say was thank you for explaining it to me.
 






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Oh my, that makes sense. Romanticizing depression. Nowadays I see that in a lot of areas in the entertainment industry (series, dramas, anime, books etc) And it's totally true that romanticizing depression is offensive towards people who have it real, as depression is something horrible to feel.

I really hope people wont fall for the victimhood agenda. Perhaps, It makes me wonder sometimes if society does it on purpose so that it's easier to manipulate people. I'm trying to read books to be more mentally stronger as I went through depression (not severe depression which I'm grateful for) and I noticed that it truly made me more confident. The way people are seen on screen, even if we become their fans, they still influence us regarding our self-esteem. (Appearances, perfection, ideals) And self-esteem is important because you need it for even the smallest thing.

So I guess when fans try to relate to them, perhaps even if they already had depression, it makes them feel closer like you've said, and others try to relate, and the more deeper the feelings grow towards it, the more they break themselves unconsciously, which means the more needy they are to be with ARMY and BTS (which gives them the illusion that they found a place they belong).

Which means they become attached and have a higher tendency to listen and do what their singers say because they become their heroes and singers can't do no wrong.

Okay wait, I have a feeling that I'm just writing all over the place. What I wanted to say was thank you for explaining it to me.
Don’t mind me. Write as much as you want.

I am sorry you went through your own difficult times.

My criticism goes towards this agenda of making their fans romanticizing mental issues and their fans actually engaging in this behavior.
Of course it’s related.

Same goes for their beauty standards, fashion, movie characters.

You see something that triggers something in you, you subconsciously are copying that.

Imagine the same situation when it comes with the fanatic devotion of “army”. Those girls would cut their wrists if one of the member would publicly talk about it.

Depression is a horrible horrible unbearable and dangerous life threatening disease. More dangerous than corona but ...everything is more dangerous than that.

I believe that as much as we can, we should thrive towards positive attitude in ourselves. But I am not referring to be nice to others, spreading fake positivity left and right or forcing happiness.
But in oneself . Rather than thinking no. I am weak, at least don’t think anything.

And if that’s not possible, whatever one does, under no circumstances should one think and engage in this charade of bullshit written by their teams that BTS is promoting - constantly telling yourself that you’re having such a hard time and how everything around you is so difficult.

You’re only setting you up for failure and most likely end up later at some point really in depression.

And of course they do it on purpose, I’ve mentioned it a few days ago - it’s this victimhood agenda that allows the government to control you, paired with the SJW and all the idiots who believe they’re better because they rage against things they have no idea what they mean and one ending up hooked on pills or drugs alcohol anti-depressant.

One day BTS will be over and all the illusion that those girls have fabricated will evaporate leaving them with a very disturbed reality that they’ve ignored - the one of their own life.
 






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Don’t mind me. Write as much as you want.

I am sorry you went through your own difficult times.

My criticism goes towards this agenda of making their fans romanticizing mental issues and their fans actually engaging in this behavior.
Of course it’s related.

Same goes for their beauty standards, fashion, movie characters.

You see something that triggers something in you, you subconsciously are copying that.

Imagine the same situation when it comes with the fanatic devotion of “army”. Those girls would cut their wrists if one of the member would publicly talk about it.

Depression is a horrible horrible unbearable and dangerous life threatening disease. More dangerous than corona but ...everything is more dangerous than that.

I believe that as much as we can, we should thrive towards positive attitude in ourselves. Not spreading fake positivity left and right or forcing happiness.

And if that’s not possible, whatever one does, under no circumstances should one think and engage in this charade of bullshit written by their teams that BTS is promoting - constantly telling yourself that you’re having such a hard time and how everything around you is so difficult.

You’re only setting you up for failure and most likely end up later at some point really in depression.

And of course they do it on purpose, I’ve mentioned it a few days ago - it’s this victimhood agenda that allows the government to control you, paired with the SJW and all the idiots who believe they’re better because they rage against things they have no idea what they mean and one ending up hooked on pills or drugs alcohol anti-depressant.

One day BTS will be over and all the illusion that those girls have fabricated will evaporate leaving them with a very disturbed reality that they’ve ignored - the one of their own life.
Yessss! Real positivity is what is needed, not toxic or forced positivity. Or positivity with ulterior motivations. I also felt wierd that fans say that BTS saved them meanwhile BTS is saying how hard it is. It could feel reassuring for the fans to know that BTS also has it difficult even if they seem 'perfect' to them, but the words BTS members says feels odd.

Perhaps its just me but I feel like they are saying 'Accept the situation, you can't change it, don't try to improve yourself, just accept yourself and accept the situation because it's hard and you can't change it so bear it.' It's like saying:"I know how you feel but... keep feeling that" But once again, I could be also totally totally wrong.

And oh my, "reality of your own life", that hit me like bricks. I also needed that line. I need to make changes in my life. I really hope that when Bts-era is gone that the fans find their type of life and way of feeling content and peace without being in need of BTS.

Thank you again btw!

I'm going to sleep as its very late here, have a nice day!
 






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Yessss! Real positivity is what is needed, not toxic or forced positivity. Or positivity with ulterior motivations. I also felt wierd that fans say that BTS saved them meanwhile BTS is saying how hard it is. It could feel reassuring for the fans to know that BTS also has it difficult even if they seem 'perfect' to them, but the words BTS members says feels odd.

Perhaps its just me but I feel like they are saying 'Accept the situation, you can't change it, don't try to improve yourself, just accept yourself and accept the situation because it's hard and you can't change it so bear it.' It's like saying:"I know how you feel but... keep feeling that" But once again, I could be also totally totally wrong.

And oh my, "reality of your own life", that hit me like bricks. I also needed that line. I need to make changes in my life. I really hope that when Bts-era is gone that the fans find their type of life and way of feeling content and peace without being in need of BTS.

Thank you again btw!

I'm going to sleep as its very late here, have a nice day!
Have a good night and always thrive to be better and not just think “love yourself” “accept yourself” the way you are
In the morning we all have to brush our teeth.
 






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BTS will be there with you. Only together. We were depressed, hard times, but together. BTS is there for you. Everything It’s so hard.
http://instagr.am/p/CFe1LeDpata/ http://instagr.am/p/CFe0gxIpnvo/
Entire speech
https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFe023zpanP/?igshid=1ju37os8txwcp

or

They always give "comfort by talking about what they go through, ...because of this pandemic I can't sing and dance to my obsessive fans!!!
I mean come on, that cannot be compared to people whose lives actually turned upside down, they also did this during youth day, always reading what has been prepared for them, because they can't think on their own, even what namjoon wrote in weverse are just words, they can't do anything, not to a person who is truly in depression,very sick, poor, mourning cause of the loss of loved ones, his words are nothing, but fans praise him saying at least this world has namjoon!! Girl he doesn't even know you!!
Even what jimin said that there is someone in korea who understands you or believes in you,or whatever he said, like what the hell will it actually do?? All jimin actually cares is that he is drowning in your money!
 






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Yessss! Real positivity is what is needed, not toxic or forced positivity. Or positivity with ulterior motivations. I also felt wierd that fans say that BTS saved them meanwhile BTS is saying how hard it is. It could feel reassuring for the fans to know that BTS also has it difficult even if they seem 'perfect' to them, but the words BTS members says feels odd.

Perhaps its just me but I feel like they are saying 'Accept the situation, you can't change it, don't try to improve yourself, just accept yourself and accept the situation because it's hard and you can't change it so bear it.' It's like saying:"I know how you feel but... keep feeling that" But once again, I could be also totally totally wrong.

And oh my, "reality of your own life", that hit me like bricks. I also needed that line. I need to make changes in my life. I really hope that when Bts-era is gone that the fans find their type of life and way of feeling content and peace without being in need of BTS.

Thank you again btw!

I'm going to sleep as its very late here, have a nice day!
Totally agree!! Infact they say it's alright to feel like that, we all feel like that, we all have the same problem,so it's ok , just accept it for what it is!
 






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I believe it was a soft attempt to test ways of delaying military and some sort of promo-deal with the cultural minister.
If people hear about BTS enrolling somewhere they will literally jump ships to move and equally enroll there.
I personally know of two young girls who moved to Seoul because of them.
I have no words for those girls

@ShiningCarat14 thank your the article, it was very interesting and deeply disturbing. But who did Jimin had to hook up with?
 






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Maybe not all the water at least not in near future but most.
There are already a lot of controversy going about this. They literally try to consume and control all our resources.

"Nestlé Pure Life earned its place as the world’s largest bottled water brand by delivering pure, safe water in more than 40 countries, across five continents, and through generations of consumers.
Nestlé Pure Life was born in Pakistan in 1998, spreading to Europe in 2000 and the United States in 2002. Each step of the way, Nestlé Pure Life has won over consumers who care about the quality and safety of their water."


When they want to sell water to a new country, they first buy the local water resources of that country, then they choose a local name for the water brand. So you think you're buying a local brand, but you're actually buying from nestle again. So check out the tiny letter on the back of the bottle.
Thanks for the info! Never knew that
 






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You are right. We don’t know what exactly happened with that girl.
But it’s important to talk about this wave of “fake depression” (I posted links to it a few pages back) that started with Billie Eillish and the emo-kids and now BTS.
Jordan Peterson explained depression in a simple sentence saying (paraphrasing) that it’s the state where you think that you cannot overcome the problems in your life anymore. Leading to often suicide.
But also a phenomenon occurring more often in wealthy privilege society.

Now, at 16 chances are high (as an average teenager) that you don’t encounter real problems - loosing your job while having to feed your family, not finding a job, struggling with cancer or other major diseases, being sabotaged at work, etc.
It comes down to the world around you and this damn “victimhood” agenda where you’re barely born and people tell you - you’re a victim and we’re going to give you a lot of attention and take care of your problems.
Those girls are worshiping BTS. Naturally if they hear them talking about mental health mental health depression sadness difficult times, they’re going to start telling themselves that they equally suffer, are depressed, are going though difficult times (...) and most likely create a chemical imbalance in the brain.
It’s the principle I talked about of romanticizing depression.
Like those who believe love is sufferance, others (army) think that by getting depressed, they will get BTS’s attention or share something personal with them.
I don’t agree with the part of “having nothing to be depressed about”! I agree totally with depression being normalised by mainstream media including BTS themselves but depression doesn’t just occur because of hardship in my opinion. Someone can have the happiest life but without a relationship with God, all the riches of the world won’t heal with depression. All these satanists for example have their paradise here in the world but are never satisfied!

it is the same with teenagers. With the contribution with the Education system (which is an awful environment for any young person with the pressure of exams ever year) - I can talk about this -( frankly I never get to enjoy the subjects I learn because I have essays every week), with of course input from the media, it is hard to feel positive about the world. Some people have “real” problems but don’t dwell into depression because their faith is stronger!

Anyways mental health is such a complex topic so it’s hard to write all about it in one post. This is just my opinion on the matter
 






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BTS will be there with you. Only together. We were depressed, hard times, but together. BTS is there for you. Everything It’s so hard.
http://instagr.am/p/CFe1LeDpata/ http://instagr.am/p/CFe0gxIpnvo/
Entire speech
https://www.instagram.com/tv/CFe023zpanP/?igshid=1ju37os8txwcp

or

Namjoon was thinking to his "wonderful" sailor moon cosplay during this speech?He repeated a lot of time words like moon,stars,light...lol
Tae speech is absurd...he could be happy without Bts but he came back to be used,treated like garbage,and being raped by influent people who fake to be his friends and care about him....Jin said to be a "diamond"?If i don't remember bad this is presidential model symbol...so he is a male prostitute for important people?
 






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If you have read the posts made previously about JTBC and how they went from almost exposing stuff on BigHit with BigHit selling them TH for a soundtrack in exchange for silence...

well. I don’t know what it says, but at some point during in the soop you will see JTBC’s logo.

After which I did a bit of research and hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha
In the Soop airs on JTBC!!

I laugh because I was right again. Which isn’t that difficult...there’s always something behind every decision Bang is making.
Such as - every time they have something big - this UN speech, award show, a big feature, they keep bombing the internet with new video material promoting something resulting in a sudden overload of material amplifying the reaction of army, but equally the internet, who will faint over their UN speech while crying over a new commercial.

Today they had:
UN speech
Samsung commercial
Fila commercial
Soop airing
New Soop preview

All released at the same time.
It’s their(BigHit) tactic. To release an overload of material at the same time.


so JTBC was right with their uncovering.

They really made a deal as I’ve estimated but the amount of shit they must have gotten on Bang’s shitty contract must be HUUUUUGEEEE. because it wasn’t enough to sell TH to them. They have an entire series streamed on their channel!!

I am more sure than previously (posted a few days ago) that under those circumstances with JTBC betting on IPO, Bang has gotten himself some shares in JTBC’s deal.



https://www.allkpop.com/article/2020/07/big-hit-reveals-more-information-on-btss-jtbc-solo-reality-in-the-soop-bts-ver



TH constantly talking about his need to be loved. I wrote about it how his childhood issues will become worse and worse and how the unresolved child abandonment problems will cause him to become more desperate of being “loved” by strangers just for no reason.

This has become more frequent since 2019.

(see translation in the description)

http://instagr.am/p/CFe4zzrlsRs/


J-Hope’s self worth.

The older they got, the more Bang Pedo groomed them to believe they’re nothing without him, to ensure they will never leave him.
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These words are crazy...Jungkook personality is weak,he is like a monkey who copies everything the others did(his comforting words are fake).Taehyung and J hope confidence and self esteem is completely ruined...the level of manipulation and brainwashing is very huge...it reminds me Lou pearlman situation
 






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These words are crazy...Jungkook personality is weak,he is like a monkey who copies everything the others did(his comforting words are fake).Taehyung and J hope confidence and self esteem is completely ruined...the level of manipulation and brainwashing is very huge...it reminds me Lou pearlman situation
a part of me feel sorry for them and the other part not because they decided to do this life
 






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