That Poppy?

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I'm slightly surprised that there aren't any posts on That Poppy (or I just am not able to find it because I'm new and not too bright? Lol.) ANYWAY, That Poppy is that weird YouTube girl that creates weird videos, with some references to Monarch Programming. That Poppy is seen by her fans as a beautiful girl that mocks popular culture, by behaving just like them, creating a generic pop persona - a pretty blonde who keeps saying to her fans how much she loves them and other generic crap, while her content is dumb, overly simple and just plain empty and superficial. That Poppy, however, manages to make all of her short and at the first glance, absurd videos highly symbolic at the same time. Some say she is mocking people who believe in conspiracy theories as well, some say that she is one more Illuminati tool, some just want to sleep with her.

You should check out her YouTube channel and see for yourself, and here's one awkward and wannabe (or really) symbolic video of hers, titled "I'm not in a cult", where she is talking how she is not in a cult, while the video speaks otherwise. Now, to me, it seems to be a reference to all the celebrities denying how they have anything to do with the Illuminati, while their music videos and everything they do say otherwise.

What do you think?

 





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I think it's a gag that her and her friend, the director, created. I mean you gotta promote your music career somehow right?
I do think there is an underlying storyline that's probably going on but it isn't as interesting as Don't Hurt Me I'm Scared. Poppy is a young passing girl, who speaks in a very airy/deluded tone, who uses low hanging fruit like existential angst and occult symbolism, or pairing very basic videos with ambient/eerie music to make them seem more than what they are, to attract and attach impressionable youth.
Anyone could start a video series on Youtube like this, doesn't mean much.
 





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I think it's a gag that her and her friend, the director, created. I mean you gotta promote your music career somehow right?
I do think there is an underlying storyline that's probably going on but it isn't as interesting as Don't Hurt Me I'm Scared. Poppy is a young passing girl, who speaks in a very airy/deluded tone, who uses low hanging fruit like existential angst and occult symbolism, or pairing very basic videos with ambient/eerie music to make them seem more than what they are, to attract and attach impressionable youth.
Anyone could start a video series on Youtube like this, doesn't mean much.
I agree it's probably just a project/social experiment by the director.
 





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Yes, a social experiment and clever promotion of her music is what I believe the most as well. The only thing is that her record label is Island Records, a label that owns many of the MK ULTRA celebrities, so that was the part that got me thinking.
 





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Indeed. I wonder if all the artists from those shady record labels are victims of Monarch programming though? I know Die Antwoord used to work for one of these, maybe it was even the Island Records. But then they ended the contract because they didn't like how that record label works. And now they work on their own, Illuminati-free haha. So perhaps not everyone who works with them is actually a victim, maybe they just have to agree to push certain aesthetic or something... Who knows.
 





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Indeed. I wonder if all the artists from those shady record labels are victims of Monarch programming though? I know Die Antwoord used to work for one of these, maybe it was even the Island Records. But then they ended the contract because they didn't like how that record label works. And now they work on their own, Illuminati-free haha. So perhaps not everyone who works with them is actually a victim, maybe they just have to agree to push certain aesthetic or something... Who knows.
Yeah good for die antwoord for making their own label
 





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Oh I didn't know that. That is kinda weird.
Yeah but she got signed after she started making the creepy videos. But she did start putting them out more heavily once she got signed and they started to get more odd.

Also, the director Sinclair started making these weird videos with another girl first. I believe those videos and the channel got deleted but there are some re-uploads floating across Youtube.
 





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Yeah but she got signed after she started making the creepy videos. But she did start putting them out more heavily once she got signed and they started to get more odd.

Also, the director Sinclair started making these weird videos with another girl first. I believe those videos and the channel got deleted but there are some re-uploads floating across Youtube.
I know about those old videos, but it's not a different girl. It's the same girl, under a different name - Mars Argo, and with quite a different style.
 





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That Poppy is not a real person.
She is a bot.
A golem.
Unreal.
A thought form entity made manifest through technology.
Why do you say that? She's probably just a good actor. I mean, really it's not that hard to act in a robotic manner. She has done interviews and she seems like a real person. Here's one from 2015: (starts at 0:22)