This Bud’s For Sheep-Bots
By Atom Bergstrom
Is Budweiser a company, a product, or a hypnotic “power word?”
Is “Bud Light” a more potent power word than “Bud Heavy,” or are they two sides of the same coin?
Remember the Bud Light glass-carrying commercial with Biggie Small’s “Hypnotize” as the hip-hop soundtrack?
What better celebrity to put in a Bud Light commercial than Dylan Mulvaney?
The ad immediately captures the attention of both transphobes and transphiles.
It speaks to both conscious homosexuality and unconscious repressed homosexuality.
Clarence Paul Oberndorf (1882-1954) claimed that everyone could be assumed to be homosexual to a greater or lesser degree.
What better issue to hypnotically link to Budweiser, the “King of Beers?”
The hypnotic power word is “Budweiser,” not “Bud Light.”
Notice how everyone blames or praises “Budweiser,” not “Bud Light?”
Why do you suppose that is?
Clarence Paul Oberndorf, M.D. (1929) wrote …
“As a matter of fact, all people are homosexual to a limited degree, if we use the term in its very broadest application, and very few people pass through life without participating in some sexual experience, transiently or for a period of some time, of slight or greater intensity, with a person of the same sex.”
Is Budweiser a company or a product?
Sheep-Bots can’t make the distinction.
Why aren’t transphobes like Kid Rock and Ted Nugent boycotting Corona, Michelob, Stella Artois, Beck’s, Brahma, and Leffe beer brands? They’re all owned by the same transglobal (pardon the pun!) ginormous corporation.
Not anymore. They were swallowed up by a bigger corporation.
Belgium’s InBev merged with Brazil’s AmBev and “acquired” Anheuser-Busch in 2008 to create AB InBev (Anheuser-Busch InBev).
If you think going “woke” on Budweiser will put a crimp in the style of AB InBev, you’re playing the dozens with your uncle’s cousins.
Check out Wikipedia’s “Anheuser-Busch brands” just for baby steps.
AB InBev is into blockchain, “green” surveillance, and “sustainability linked revolving credit.”
As you read this, AB InBev is busy colonizing Africa in “partnership” with BQ (BanQu), a corporation selling “traceability & supply chain compliance software that collects audit-proof procurement and sustainability data across your value chain, so you can drive smarter business.”
According to a February 18, 2021 AB InBev press release …
“Anheuser-Busch InBev Announces 10.1 Billion USD Sustainability Linked Revolving Credit Facility, Inaugural Participation in the Sustainable Finance Market with Largest Ever Sustainability Linked Revolving Credit Facility; First Among Publicly Listed Alcohol Beverage Companies.”
According to the same source …
This milestone facility is the largest SLL RCF in history, and the first syndicated facility of its kind among publicly listed companies in the alcohol beverage sector. The facility has an initial five-year term (which may be extended by an additional two years), and incorporates a pricing mechanism that incentivizes improvement in the following four key performance areas, that are aligned with and contribute to the company’s 2025 Sustainability Goals:
“Further improving water efficiency in our breweries globally, supporting the Water Stewardship Goal;
“Increasing PET recycled content in PET primary packaging, contributing to the Circular Packaging Goal;
“Sourcing purchased electricity from renewable sources as outlined in the RE100 commitment; and
“Reducing GHG emissions as a part of the science-based Climate Action.”
My overall point is that the “mass multitude of ordinary people” don’t have a clue in a Covid about how they’re being manipulated by hypnotic power words like “Budweiser” and “Trump.”
And Sheep-Bots don’t know that a gun is a well-known phallic object used to “reaffirm masculinity.” (It’s old-school Freud.)
We have the great penile divide between the National Rifle Association’s gun culture versus the Pink Pistols (“pick on someone your own caliber”).
The guitar is another well-known phallic object. (It’s old-school Freud.)
So is a hypodermic needle. (It’s old-school Freud.)
Gustave Le Bon (The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind, 1896) wrote …
“Crowds being only capable of thinking in images are only to be impressed by images. It is only images that terrify or attract them and become motives of action.”
(To be continued in an upcoming issue of Mind Over Matter.)