The Refusers aren’t the type of creatives to say, “I told you so,” but at this point, there’s no need for them to. Their rabid, diehard, freedom-loving fans have always known that they espouse “tomorrow’s news today,” but now the world knows that whatever these Pacific Northwest rabble-rousers sing about this month, will become mainstream news the following month. They refuse to believe the propaganda that the sheeple fall for, and though we’re told by the lying press, “Don’t you dare do your own research,” The Refusers do, and the human family is better off for it. The world is waking up to how they’ve been duped, and The Refusers are still on the tip of the spear and fighting the good fight on behalf of humanity.
As the global elite prepare for new lockdowns, limited nuclear warfare (is there such a thing?), millions flooding over our southern border, and Central Bank Digital Currency replacing the United States dollar, Michael Belkin is sounding the alarm. Perhaps this time around, the public will take heed. With the creepy, difficult-to-watch “Eat The Bugs,” his Paul Revere persona was considered as “antics” by most, but those in the know were fully aware of his unflappable prescience. And as the “Eat The Bugs” music video eclipses a quarter of a million views on YouTube, the timing couldn’t be better for the hard-rockin’ trio to unleash “Propaganda.” To chronicle the tyranny we’ve endured over the past three years takes enormous courage, but the truth has a certain ring to it, and the truth bombs dropped here cannot be disputed. The government did bribe us, and it worked.
“Propaganda” is a well-crafted anthem of dissent. Belkin and Co. have created a tuneful, horn-filled dirge that plays like a clarion call for those who never dig any deeper than what they might hear on the “Alphabet Channels”. And this remarkable synergy of music and social observation is spot on throughout, with no “fake news” included. The virus did have a 99.99 percent survival rate, and the powers that be did prove themselves to be “pseudo scientific fakes.” And it’s become clear to everyone now in retrospect, the shot “never worked in the first place.” Belkin has created an animated visual that entertains throughout with images of the key players in this charade, and it’s done in a tongue-in-cheek way that will appeal to those just now jumping down from the fence onto the side of freedom.