UnSpun 054 – Nino Teauneaux: Punk Rock and Social Engineering

Aired January 24-25, 2017. Joe Atwill and Jan Irvin are joined by Nino Teaoneaux to discuss the history of Punk Rock as social engineering, and begin to unravel one more layer of the music-as-mind control construct.

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  6 comments for “UnSpun 054 – Nino Teauneaux: Punk Rock and Social Engineering

  1. marie
    January 28, 2017 at 5:36 pm

    More Nino. Like Utter, he needs to be a regular.

    After watching, I think Garcia (sorry Jan, always with the Garcia) and Cobain could have been the charismatic innocents. How did the poor white boy Cobain, wind up in that crowd? Seems to me like the big families and their little prince(sses) lure the real (raw) talent in. Wasn’t Hendrix poor? The kids use their “allowances” and free time to look out for organic talent, programs them, drugs them up, then the “natural leader” (who is really the puppet) – lures the big crowds in. Mick Jagger is an anomaly. Usually the charismatic one has the blood sucked out of him by the little princes.

    I don’t think the females at the “march” would care if Steinem was in CIA. “Oh, good, she had a man’s job.” “Oh, wow, she gave it to ’em.” “Oh, look we can climb a man’s ladder and be the boss too.” I’ve had many good talks lately with conservatives, none with liberals. They will not listen.

  2. Nino Teauoneaux
    January 29, 2017 at 3:59 pm

    I don’t think the females at the “march” would care if Steinem was in CIA. “Oh, good, she had a man’s job.” “Oh, wow, she gave it to ’em.” “Oh, look we can climb a man’s ladder and be the boss too.” hahahaha…
    Well said and thank you very much.

  3. Aldey Huxlous
    January 30, 2017 at 9:40 am

    Incredible work gentlemen and Nino, this is mind blowing ! the usual suspects are always lurking behind the scenes it seems.

  4. Pamela Seley
    January 31, 2017 at 1:06 am

    More rabbit holes. It’s all about controlling the narrative. CIA brats. Wolves in sheep’s clothing.

    Nice research that dove tails nicely with Hans’ and Jan’s fm radio series.

  5. russell staff
    January 31, 2017 at 9:34 pm

    i’m finding documentaries on the pro-hippy and pro-punk “movements” peppered with quotes by the band members and narrators continually referring to and applauding Karl Marx and Marxism. in this particular one he is applauded 3 times: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3BlR62NsOA

  6. Aldey Huxlous
    February 1, 2017 at 1:28 pm

    I’m doing research on the grunge movement and building a brain database. Man you should see the connections. One nugget :

    Sub pop, the record label that spawned the whole movement has this guy (now dead) as a “poet” on its catalog : Steven Bernstein, closely related to Burroughs….ding ding ding. The guy was sent to Camarillo mental state hospital as a teen, a very nice institution where people were dosed, lobotomized and electroshocked…hello Dr Cameron !


    “Steven Jay “Jesse” Bernstein (December 4, 1950 – October 22, 1991) was a Jewish American underground writer and performance artist who is most famous for his recordings with Sub Pop records and close relationship with William S. Burroughs. Bernstein’s substance abuse issues and mental illness contributed to his provocative local celebrity, though they ultimately culminated in his suicide.”

    According to one Seattle newspaper, he opened for music acts such as Nirvana, Big Black, Soundgarden, U-Men, and Cows:

    “He read poems from a stage with a live rodent in his mouth, its tail twitching as baseline punctuation. He tried to cut his heart out in order to hold it in his hands and calm it down. He once urinated on a heckler and tended to throw things: beer bottles, manuscripts, drumsticks, his wallet, a sandwich.[2]”

    How charming isn’t it ? promoting positive values of his own I guess. We can also see the implication of David Geffen, the gay music industry mogul….heavy promoter of same sex marriage and big supporter of globalists….

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