Celebs Use Communist Anthem 'Imagine' to Promote Unity During Pandemic Caused by Communist Chinese Gov't


Look, I'm not trying to crap all over the sentiment from some in Hollywood calling for unity during a time like this. Some of them may genuinely want that. But, others definitely know the what a song like John Lennon's "Imagine" means. And like most politicians, they wouldn't let a situation like a pandemic go to waste.

"Wonder Woman" actress Gal Gadot posted a video to her Instagram on Wednesday of various celebrities singing different lines from "Imagine" in order to promote unity.

Take a look:


Sorry, but I find it a little ironic that members of what I've previously called the "Hollywood communistic cult" would sing a communist anthem during a pandemic caused - or made worse, whichever way you want to look at it - by the communist Chinese government.

And just to prove that I'm not wearing a tin foil hat in asserting that "Imagine" is clearly a communist anthem, take it from the words of Lennon himself.

According to Rolling Stone:

Lennon himself described “Imagine” as “virtually the Communist Manifesto, even though I am not particularly a communist and I do not belong to any movement…. But because it is sugarcoated, it is accepted.” 

Again, I'm sure a fair amount of the people in the video above meant well, but take a look at the meaning of what you're singing before you do so. Sometimes a good song is a good song, but when you're singing it for a purpose, the words mean more than just a flowery tune.

H/T: Breitbart

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