Kpop Satanic/Illuminati Influence

Hon33

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"The world's first K-Pop group from the UK, KAACHI have just released their debut single 'Your Turn', becoming the first European K-Pop girl group to ever debut. The 4 member girl group, made up of 3 different nationalities- Korean, Spanish and British"

I do not watch kpop mvs but youtube recommended to me this new group, now, kpop is literally worldwide.
check board on their first mv.

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There seems to be a lot of controversy around this group. Some people think it’s wrong for them to identify as Kpop because only 1 member is Korean.
What do you guys think?
 






yeo0milk__

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Guys, I do have something important that I should mention on these K-Pop, BTS, and other threads.

Recently, I have been re-watching conspiracy theories and the Out of Shadows YT documentary. While watching this documentary, many people say that they can't see the documentary and it's being hidden. That made me realize: What if these threads get discovered or someone reports them, and it can be all erased? Now, I know you guys said you can save the information. But it's that "what if?" that bothers me.

I have been visiting gossip websites such as PULL. Just today, I came across a poll saying that gossip websites such as PULL and KiwiCow need to be shut down. The total votes on these polls are 5,000. At least 2,000 people have voted to shut these websites down. Not just that, I was on a thread where the British police are arresting people for discussing conspiracy theories. This is very worrisome, we can be literally silenced for just speaking our opinions.

For the past few days, I noticed that the threads are a mix of gossiping and argumental posts. In the BTS thread, sometimes I see posts that are mainly filled with emotion against some members (I am not defending them, I’m not a fan of the group). It can be mistaken for bullying, just like PULL. The difference is PULL threads are toxic and also bully the person they are discussing. The main point is: We are here to discuss the conspiracy theories and our speculations. We aren't meant to attack the idols personally, even if some of the things that they are doing is genuinely infuriating.

One of the members have been getting constant arguments with other members (I will not name) and it has gotten to the point where we have asked said person to leave. This person does have a point on leaving things open. However, it is very clear that people will continue this thread, despite how you feel. It also made me think that this person can be the very reason why this website gets shut down. Why bother to stay, unless you have a ulterior motive? I’m not even kidding. If someone is bothering you, just block and ignore. Don’t even respond.

Overall, less gossiping more discussing theories.
 






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sadtruth

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Guys, I do have something important that I should mention on these K-Pop, BTS, and other threads.

Recently, I have been re-watching conspiracy theories and the Out of Shadows YT documentary. While watching this documentary, many people say that they can't see the documentary and it's being hidden. That made me realize: What if these threads get discovered or someone reports them, and it can be all erased? Now, I know you guys said you can save the information. But it's that "what if?" that bothers me.

I have been visiting gossip websites such as PULL. Just today, I came across a poll saying that gossip websites such as PULL and KiwiCow need to be shut down. The total votes on these polls are 5,000. At least 2,000 people have voted to shut these websites down. Not just that, I was on a thread where the British police are arresting people for discussing conspiracy theories. This is very worrisome, we can be literally silenced for just speaking our opinions.

For the past few days, I noticed that the threads are a mix of gossiping and argumental posts. In the BTS thread, sometimes I see posts that are mainly filled with emotion against some members (I am not defending them, I’m not a fan of the group). It can be mistaken for bullying, just like PULL. The difference is PULL threads are toxic and also bully the person they are discussing. The main point is: We are here to discuss the conspiracy theories and our speculations. We aren't meant to attack the idols personally, even if some of the things that they are doing is genuinely infuriating.

One of the members have been getting constant arguments with other members (I will not name) and it has gotten to the point where we have asked said person to leave. This person does have a point on leaving things open. However, it is very clear that people will continue this thread, despite how you feel. It also made me think that this person can be the very reason why this website gets shut down. Why bother to stay, unless you have a ulterior motive? I’m not even kidding. If someone is bothering you, just block and ignore. Don’t even respond.

Overall, less gossiping more discussing theories.
Agree. That BTS thread is a mess. Just ignore the drama and move on. There's no need to carry on arguing and attacking people.
 






Hon33

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Guys, I do have something important that I should mention on these K-Pop, BTS, and other threads.

Recently, I have been re-watching conspiracy theories and the Out of Shadows YT documentary. While watching this documentary, many people say that they can't see the documentary and it's being hidden. That made me realize: What if these threads get discovered or someone reports them, and it can be all erased? Now, I know you guys said you can save the information. But it's that "what if?" that bothers me.

I have been visiting gossip websites such as PULL. Just today, I came across a poll saying that gossip websites such as PULL and KiwiCow need to be shut down. The total votes on these polls are 5,000. At least 2,000 people have voted to shut these websites down. Not just that, I was on a thread where the British police are arresting people for discussing conspiracy theories. This is very worrisome, we can be literally silenced for just speaking our opinions.

For the past few days, I noticed that the threads are a mix of gossiping and argumental posts. In the BTS thread, sometimes I see posts that are mainly filled with emotion against some members (I am not defending them, I’m not a fan of the group). It can be mistaken for bullying, just like PULL. The difference is PULL threads are toxic and also bully the person they are discussing. The main point is: We are here to discuss the conspiracy theories and our speculations. We aren't meant to attack the idols personally, even if some of the things that they are doing is genuinely infuriating.

One of the members have been getting constant arguments with other members (I will not name) and it has gotten to the point where we have asked said person to leave. This person does have a point on leaving things open. However, it is very clear that people will continue this thread, despite how you feel. It also made me think that this person can be the very reason why this website gets shut down. Why bother to stay, unless you have a ulterior motive? I’m not even kidding. If someone is bothering you, just block and ignore. Don’t even respond.

Overall, less gossiping more discussing theories.
Can I just be clear about the thread about the British police arresting people for discussing conspiracy theories. It has been discussed at length, in a very civilised manner and no one on the thread the last time I looked, said there British police were arresting anyone.
They put a post on Facebook for anyone who was concerned about loved ones of anyone who might have fears that loved ones were being radicalised by extremists during lockdown, when people are using online forums etc much more. That’s all.
It is a well established fact by leaders of minority groups here in U.K. that extremists can take advantage of vulnerable people in situations like this and use propaganda against the Government to reinforce the idea that Britain isn’t a good place for them to live.
They are not arresting anyone - it’s an advice line number.
It’s only one of a number of advice lines being given out to people who may be feeling vulnerable and isolated - others are individuals suffering domestic violence, anyone facing cyber bullying, phishing scams which have been flooding mobile phones and emails daily etc.
Police, local councils, charities, even schools have been sending out and posting this type of thing regularly.
I know some of the countries you live in are not in lockdown but the UK is in strict lockdown right now with only essential services functioning. No one has been working, going to school, able to leave their homes more than once a day for anything other than essential services for 6 weeks now, at least. That puts some people in very vulnerable positions.
It’s information to protect people - that’s all.
Sorry for derailing, but I wanted to point that out so that people were not under the wrong impression
 






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"The world's first K-Pop group from the UK, KAACHI have just released their debut single 'Your Turn', becoming the first European K-Pop girl group to ever debut. The 4 member girl group, made up of 3 different nationalities- Korean, Spanish and British"

I do not watch kpop mvs but youtube recommended to me this new group, now, kpop is literally worldwide.
check board on their first mv.

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No reputable company involved in the occult is endorsing this group, their song and M/V is ultra bad. The floor is probably a coincidence. Their fandom name is koochi........
 






yeo0milk__

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Can I just be clear about the thread about the British police arresting people for discussing conspiracy theories. It has been discussed at length, in a very civilised manner and no one on the thread the last time I looked, said there British police were arresting anyone.
They put a post on Facebook for anyone who was concerned about loved ones of anyone who might have fears that loved ones were being radicalised by extremists during lockdown, when people are using online forums etc much more. That’s all.
It is a well established fact by leaders of minority groups here in U.K. that extremists can take advantage of vulnerable people in situations like this and use propaganda against the Government to reinforce the idea that Britain isn’t a good place for them to live.
They are not arresting anyone - it’s an advice line number.
It’s only one of a number of advice lines being given out to people who may be feeling vulnerable and isolated - others are individuals suffering domestic violence, anyone facing cyber bullying, phishing scams which have been flooding mobile phones and emails daily etc.
Police, local councils, charities, even schools have been sending out and posting this type of thing regularly.
I know some of the countries you live in are not in lockdown but the UK is in strict lockdown right now with only essential services functioning. No one has been working, going to school, able to leave their homes more than once a day for anything other than essential services for 6 weeks now, at least. That puts some people in very vulnerable positions.
It’s information to protect people - that’s all.
Sorry for derailing, but I wanted to point that out so that people were not under the wrong impression
Your post isn’t derailing, it’s well detailed and informed. Thank you Hon33 for the explanation, I was greatly concerned that freedom of speech can be removed.
 






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No reputable company involved in the occult is endorsing this group, their song and M/V is ultra bad. The floor is probably a coincidence. Their fandom name is koochi........
If they're not signed by a Korean company it's going to be hard for them to make it in the kpop world especially in Korea I think. Alot of Asians are against westerners joining a kpop group. They think there's alot of racism in Kpop towards other Asians. And they don't want it to become westernized...which is quite ironic.
 






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tmbrown3

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I agree with cheap mv. Sometimes when a kpop idol do questionable things, fans are making excuses and say its Korean culture, it is their normal etc. I wonder what will this groups' fandom say.
One of the girls changed their name to a korean one and shes not even korean like, what is going on here LOL...their fandom is ok with it, but they're all strange anyway.

If they're not signed by a Korean company it's going to be hard for them to make it in the kpop world especially in Korea I think. Alot of Asians are against westerners joining a kpop group. They think there's alot of racism in Kpop towards other Asians. And they don't want it to become westernized...which is quite ironic.
They're not, nor are they trying to learn the language or promote in korea, it's almost they're using it to gain popularity.
 






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Is every single kpop song satanic in nature?? Are there any that dont allude to or imply satanic things? Iv just listened to (g)idle song called Oh my God and I love it, but even the lyrics are just so evil. Just want to know if there are any songs that have other concepts or inspiration?
no actually I personally don't follow Kpop but more k-indie and k-hip-hop. What we discuss here is mainly regarding the famous music labels that we all know.
and about G idle's Oh My God, the mv has so many masonic references. I watched some analyses of the mv on Youtube but no one actually mentioned the symbols we discuss here. Some of these are actually biblical references but we all know how these can be interpreted as masonic and Illuminati symbolism especially the Saturn worship ones.
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One of the girls changed their name to a korean one and shes not even korean like, what is going on here LOL...their fandom is ok with it, but they're all strange anyway.



They're not, nor are they trying to learn the language or promote in korea, it's almost they're using it to gain popularity.
Really? They're singing Korean pop and not learning the language? But she has a Korean name? Lol...
 






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Really? They're singing Korean pop and not learning the language? But she has a Korean name? Lol...
They are frowned upon, for sure.
They don’t have many fans within UK Kpop fans. They are seen very much as appropriating Korean culture in a way that makes them look as if they are mocking Kpop. Why brand themselves as Kpop at all?
 






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They are frowned upon, for sure.
They don’t have many fans within UK Kpop fans. They are seen very much as appropriating Korean culture in a way that makes them look as if they are mocking Kpop. Why brand themselves as Kpop at all?
i know they used to do kpop dance covers and their manager probably thought it was a good idea and that they could train them fast before debut.
 






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and about G idle's Oh My God, the mv has so many masonic references. I watched some analyses of the mv on Youtube but no one actually mentioned the symbols we discuss here. Some of these are actually biblical references but we all know how these can be interpreted as masonic and Illuminati symbolism especially the Saturn worship ones.
Click on the pics I took ;)
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this group recently signed with a US record label....using all the symbols during this time, must be to get more recognition and popularity.

(G)I-DLE join Republic Records for official US debut

Republic Records is home to artists like Ariana Grande, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift and Drake.
 






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I know, make it make sense, the whole group is a hot mess and they’re under the same company as oli London if you know who that is, if you don’t I encourage you to look him up, he’s interesting.
Oh noooo...I've heard of Oli London, but never paid attention to him. He's a lost soul the poor guy. His obsession took over his life.

I watched the video below about the group. It sums up what people think of them.

Them acting as Koreans is the most cringiest thing I've ever seen!
People would have been more acceptive of them if they trained in Korea as trainees. That way they would have somewhat integrated within the culture instead of pretending to be another culture. People in the comments want their idols to go through excessive training, brainwashing and torture for some reason...

It's wild how Kpop is so addictive and alluring that people want to become Korean. It's okay to want to be part of another culture but to change yourself to act a different way means you're way too addicted. You can tell the way they're speaking and acting is unnatural to them.
 






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It's wild how Kpop is so addictive and alluring that people want to become Korean. It's okay to want to be part of another culture but to change yourself to act a different way means you're way too addicted. You can tell the way they're speaking and acting is unnatural to them.
its actually kind of ironic
If you think how so many korean idols try to look like white people with the colored hair and contact lenses.

And then you have these people wanting to look korean..I guess they just want to atract the kpop audience in the west,
 






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its actually kind of ironic
If you think how so many korean idols try to look like white people with the colored hair and contact lenses.

And then you have these people wanting to look korean..I guess they just want to atract the kpop audience in the west,
hmm...I don't know, there's a fine like with trying to look like a different ethnicity and doing something because you like the look of it.
 






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