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Rebel without a Cause? think again
iggy Posted: Mon Dec 15 06:00:05 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Teen USA
"Inside the killer culture"
Groundbreaking probe explores piercing, tattoos, sex-obsessed 'gangsta generation'. Wistleblower. (quoted in WorldNetDaily)
Dec 10, 2003

America's increasingly bizarre youth culture - pierced, tattooed, and hyper-sexualized - is the focus of the shocking December 2003 issue of Whistleblower.

If you've ever wondered why obscene rap music and gangland clothing, extreme "body modification," every type of sexual experience, drug abuse and other harmful behaviours have taken such a powerful hold on today's young people - and at progressively younger and younger ages - December's Whistleblower has some alarming answers.

An edition in the works for nearly a year, "KILLER CULTURE" sheds an unprecedented journalistic light on how and why, to many observers, today's youth culture increasingly resembles the wanton, pagan days of Sodom and Gomorrah.

Learn how:
* Major corporations - Viacom, Disney, AOL/Time Warner and others - study America's children like laboratory rats, in order to sell them billions of dollars in merchandise by tempting, degrading and corrupting them.
* MTV and other "youth-oriented" corporations hold focus groups, send out "culture spies" (which they call "correspondents") to pretend to befriend and care about teens so they can "study" them, hire shills to interact with young people in Internet chat rooms, and employ other deceptive stratagems to help them orchestrate their next, and always weirder and more shocking, marketing campaign.
* An explosion in body piercing - from traditional earrings for females, to earrings for males, to multiple piercings for both males and females in literally every part of the body - as well as a parallel explosion in tattooing - is moving to even more extreme levels.
* Ritual scarification, 3D-art implants, transdermal implants, tooth art, facial sculpture, tongue splitting and even branding and worse - are on the increase.

What about the parents? Many are involved in the same practices.

And even religious Americans are in trouble with the culture, with an estimated one in every two churchgoers today being caught up with Internet pornography.

A few highlights from the December issue:
* "Meet the killer culture" by Joseph Farah, documenting the explosion in middle-school sexual promiscuity during the Clinton administration.
* "The marketing of evil," by David Kupelian, a shocking and insightful look at how and why America's youth culture has come to resemble that of Sodom and Gomorrah.
This report lays bare the conscienceless corporate exploitation of the US$150 billion youth market, and shows what's really behind MTV and other "youth-oriented" corporate giants.
* "Joining the battle" by Dr. James Dobson, on why Christians must fight boldly for a moral culture.
* "Culture revival: A call to the churches," a detailed action plan for restoring America to its Judeo-Christian roots, by Bob Just

"This issue isn't just a freak show of horror stories," said David Kupelian, vice president and managing editor of WorldNetDaily and Whistleblower.

"Beyond documenting America's sick culture - which it does dramatically - it also delivers, perhaps for the first time, a real, understandable and in-depth analysis of why all this is really happening - and what can be done about it."

"This may well be the most important Whistleblower issue we've ever done," said WND founder and Editor Joseph Farah.

"What could be more important than our children? And this issue provides both terrifying information and real answers needed to deal with today's toxic youth culture."
WorldNetDaily.com





 
Asswipe Posted: Mon Dec 15 18:56:27 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  that's a nice advertisement for the thing that you just posted... how 'bout some actual body?


 
choke Posted: Mon Dec 15 19:19:26 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  hey im going to get a tattoo 2morrow.. does that make me one of americas guineapigs? - even though im from nz :p but i dont think that has anything to do with it. We're getting peirced and tattood because we love the rush, we love the origionality we love the feeling of being able to show who we are through building our bodies into works of art that may be grotesque to others but are beautiful to us. And in the end, the only thing that matters with your own style is your own opinion of it. I am in no way a rebel. I just love expressing myself in every way possible.


 
iggy Posted: Mon Dec 15 19:59:00 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Asswipe said:
>that's a nice advertisement for the thing that you just posted... how 'bout some actual body?

trying to get some access


 
addi Posted: Mon Dec 15 20:34:39 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
We're getting peirced and tattood because we love the rush, we love the origionality

The problem I find with pursuing origonality is that it soon becomes the norm. It happens with every youth trend. Goth used to be very origonal. Grunge was once unique. New Wave music back in the early 80's was new for a short time. Then before you knew it mainstream stations started playing it and soon you could hear Blonde on the elevator. I got my ear pierced back in '79, before any males that I knew had one. by the mid eighties you were either gay or just like one of the other millions of male lemmings that had theirs pierced "to make a statement".
If you want to get tatooed all over I say go for it. Just don't make origonality your primary motivation. Haven't been to NZ yet (really want to), but here in America tatoos are now a dime a dozen, and hardly a statement of origonality. Used to be only soldiers got them when I was growing up. Now it's so commonplace that no one even reacts to them anymore.
Origonality is in a constant state of flux. I quit wearing my earring when it quit being origonal and only have a barely visible small hole to show for it. That's a much harder thing to do with a body covered with tatoos.



 
choke Posted: Tue Dec 16 00:51:17 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  addison said:

>If you want to get tatooed all over I say go for it. Just don't make origonality your primary motivation.

Dont worry it isnt :) I designed and drew my tattoo myself so its meaningful only to me. Im not really into turning my body into a mural either.. just a couple to signify important moments in my life. NZ isnt that great.. Everyone here is into the same old shit and discriminates against anyone who isnt one of the 'norm' :P (me)


 
addi Posted: Tue Dec 16 07:08:40 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
>addison said:

>
>Dont worry it isnt :) I designed and drew my tattoo myself so its meaningful only to me. Im not really into turning my body into a mural either.. just a couple to signify important moments in my life. NZ isnt that great.. Everyone here is into the same old shit and discriminates against anyone who isnt one of the 'norm' :P (me)

Gotcha choke
I've been to Australia and loved it. Ever since Lord of the Rings I've wanted to visit NZ. It just looks like such a beautiful country. I also saw a movie recently called "Whale Rider" that I really liked which was filmed there.


 
choke Posted: Tue Dec 16 14:59:50 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Ever since Lord of the Rings I've wanted to visit NZ. It just looks like such a beautiful country.

Yeah NZ's an alright place :D
If u want advice from a native, wear sunscreen we're under a ozone hole and everyone gets skincancer. Look out for the Maori, not being racist or anything (well ok TRYING not to be racist) they hate everybody. I wouldnt worry about them so much if they didnt keep fucking me up :P Theres a few good ones out there im sure.. Just havent met them yet.

Umm.. what else... Yeah the scenerys amazing if you want that go to the south island its like twice as green as the north :D Make sure you go right out in the wopwops with all the tramping gear theres some fucking beautiful waterfalls lurking around.

Yeah if you're serious bout visitng our humble little farmers country il try think of sum more 'gotta do while in NZ' stuff :) Im getting a tattoo in like an hour im hyped :D


 
mat_j Posted: Thu Dec 18 21:00:52 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  Damn kids


 
choke Posted: Thu Dec 18 21:09:44 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>Damn kids

you were a kid once :P


 
antartica Posted: Fri Dec 19 04:25:59 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
>We're getting peirced and tattood because we love the rush,

i just love the pain


 
mat_j Posted: Sun Dec 21 06:34:15 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  choke said:
>mat_j said:
>>Damn kids
>
>you were a kid once :P

I still am one, albeit a big one :P


 
choke Posted: Sun Dec 21 20:58:26 2003 Post | Quote in Reply  
  mat_j said:
>
>I still am one, albeit a big one :P

:D im not gunna get old. il still be rounding kids up like cattle on my grannyscooter 4 a laff :D


 



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