Vigilant Citizen — June 5, 2018
Fall in Line is a duet starring two ex-Disney stars: Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato. Although the song appears to be about “empowerment”, the video tells a totally different story: They are both still slaves of an oppressive industry.
The trend of 2018 is strong: It is all about being angry and moralistic. In order to be deemed relevant, entertainers need to engage in intense virtue signaling and pose as a martyr for some kind of cause. Of course, mass media does not allow just any message to be championed by pop stars. The message they promote is carefully calculated and is marketed in a specific way in order to generate a specific reaction.
And, the entertainment industry being what it is, the messages pushed by stars are often deceptive and manipulative. Indeed, as highlighted in my recent articles about Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake or Kesha, the symbolism found in these artists’ videos often convey dark and disturbing messages that negate any kind of so-called “empowerment”. In case you didn’t know, they don’t actually want you to be “empowered”. They’re tricking you into believing that being empowered means being angry, hateful and under elite control.
Christina Aguilera’s Fall in Line is yet another example of this sad trend. While the song appears to be about #metoo and female empowerment, the video tells another story. Through symbolic scenes, the video reveals the true inner-workings of the entertainment industry and the true state of stars like Christina Aguilera. No, they’re not “empowered”, they’re the exact opposite.
Both Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato were recruited as children by Disney. Since then, they’ve been under tight industry control.
Left: Young Christina Aguilera on the Mickey Mouse Club TV show. Right: Demi Lovato. star of the Disney movie Camp Rock. Click to enlarge
After “graduating” to a solo singing career, heavy sexualization ensued. Both singers became a face of the omnipresent Monarch programming/Sex Kitten agenda (for more info, read this article first).
In the 2010 video for “Not Myself Tonight”, Christina is an actual sex kitten. To top it off, the video ends with an orgy inside a church (read my article about that video linked to picture).
After selling these stars as sex objects for a few years, the same record companies are now marketing them as “outspoken feminists” because now is the time to cash in on the whole #metoo movement. However, the video tells the dark truth about the industry: It does not care about any of this. In fact, it is about the exact opposite of empowerment: Enslavement.
The title of the song is basically an order to both celebrities and the masses in general: “Fall in Line” and don’t go against the grain. There is no actual “liberation” going on here. The song simply pushes the “divide and conquer” agenda (in this case, division between sexes) under a heavy layer of MK symbolism.
Fall in Line