For the better of a decade, the Israeli mafia has sold over a billion dollars worth of the street drug “molly” in America’s hipster enclaves and funneled the profits into the bloated salaries of the biggest names at Fox News, including Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity, a new investigation has found.
This narcotic network opened the first pipeline between the conservative media organization and a youth fad that has been described as one of the most culturally destructive in the world.
The “molly” that floods places such as Brooklyn, New York, and Austin, Texas, is a powdered form of methylenedioxy-methamphetamine (MDMA), much stronger than a traditional “ecstasy” tablet. It comes packaged in clear capsules or else loose in fluorescent “dime bags.” Its euphoric, sweaty “high” helped spark an explosion of alternative music festivals that provided the cash and connections needed for “trendsetters” to advertise their lifestyle to an even wider audience.
It is one of the most bizarre alliances in modern history: the union of the Illuminati-backed Fox News Corporation, which is attempting to impose the New World Order, and the satchel-toting, drug-abusing “artisans” of Bushwick and East Austin.
The Amsterdam Connection
Meir Abergil, the head of Israel’s most powerful mafia family, only began selling powdered MDMA to hipsters at the insistence of Dutch business leaders, whom many suspect were senior agents of the Illuminati in Europe. The Netherlands was a natural choice for launching this operation, as the Israeli mob already had an extensive diamond smuggling network established there.
The Netherlands also happens to be the center of global MDMA production, as well as the base of hipster icon Tiësto. Indeed, it was Tiësto’s passionate refutation of volatility correlations and Tsallis entropy in emerging markets that is said to have finally won over the most skeptical members of the Abergil family. For his service, the musician was awarded the Order of Orange-Nassau by Queen Beatrix, a member of the Bilderberg Group and the Illuminati’s Committee of 300.
The same group also encouraged Abergil to meet with Fox New executives following concerns that Rupert Murdoch’s flagship channel was hemorrhaging money and might be scaled back. Since Fox News is the most vocal supporter of hardline Israeli militarism in the American media, these collective interests were anxious to see that it remain adequately funded.
Unaware of the money’s origins, Fox News Chief Roger Ailes — an anti-hipster Republican of mythic proportions — used the fresh infusion of capital to extend the contracts of stars such as O’Reilly, Hannity and Brit Hume and hire new talent like Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade.
The types of news programs that the Illuminati essentially purchased with this cash, research has shown, have been aggressively pro-military and pro-big business. The station has also been quite dismissive of any libertarian perspectives, including the presidential candidacy of Congressman Ron Paul.
Shortly after Bill O’Reilly received his large pay hike, he attacked two inner sanctums of hipster identity: Brown University and 4Chan. Some have suggested that it was only through the Illuminati’s close connection to the hipster underworld that the O’Reilly team was tipped off to these obscure corners of the contemporary youth scene.
During the course of this investigation, one anonymous insider revealed that O’Reilly was irate when, in the summer of 2011, he finally became aware that MDMA monies were directly funding his salary. Later, when his contract was being renegotiated and it was suggested that the “molly money” be taken out of the equation, O’Reilly reportedly joked, “You’re after me Lucky Charms!” during talks. A four-year, $48-million contract was signed shortly thereafter.
A Generational Epidemic
This is our decision to live fast and die young.
We’ve got the vision, now let’s have some fun.
Yeah it’s overwhelming, but what else can we do?
Get jobs in offices and wake up for the morning commute?
These are the lyrics of one of the most famous hipster anthems, “Time to Pretend,” by MGMT. It is probably the best example of this subculture’s attitude towards life, i.e. let’s prioritize partying over practical skills and political gains.
Recently published investigative reports, transcripts of “Free Williamsburg” and “Thought Catalog” blog posts, two seasons of Girls, YouTube videos of the Coachella festival, and hundreds of hours on Reddit leave no doubt that the Illuminati created the hipster scene to literally obliterate the motivation of America’s youth
While the Illuminati’s role in launching this fad is barely a memory today, the parents of America are still dealing with its poisonous effects. Hundreds of thousands of college students are getting degrees in majors that serve no real purpose — art history, printmaking, theatre. Urban neighborhoods are teeming with legions of “bloggers” and “fashion designers.” At the same time, rents in these areas have become so implausibly high that the only way young people can survive is by tapping a steady line of credit from their families, who are in turn borrowing more from the big banks, which further enslaves society as a whole to the Federal Reserve system.
And alternative music festivals — which draw enormous crowds and introduce the uninitiated to the highs of molly — are still thriving, turning an entire generation into insufferable, sex-obsessed liberals who have begun to bear children of their own.
Known “Molly” Kingpin Remains Free
On January 12, 2011, Israeli MDMA kingpin and secret Fox News financier, Meir Abergil, was extradited to the United States to face a number of charges. There had been a six-year investigation that involved the FBI, tax authorities and law enforcement officials in more than ten countries in America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Abergil was served with a 77-page, 32-count federal indictment that included murder, massive embezzlement, money laundering, racketeering and running a global drug ring.
Yet in August of 2011, Abergil was freed and returned to Israel.
Federal prosecutors in Los Angeles were outraged by the move, but word had come from the highest levels to go easy on the crime boss. It has been suggested that Tamir Pardo, Director of Mossad, made a personal appeal to United States Attorney General Eric Holder about the case. Abergil’s close association with Roger Ailes and the members of Daft Punk was also an important factor in the decision.
The Dark Irony
Despite a tortured relationship with libertarianism and the Tea Party, compounded by the firing of Glenn Beck, Fox News still remains a dominant voice in conservative politics.
For the hipster fad, drug deaths and jaded participants, compounded by a constant stream of criticism from an even younger generation, have failed to dent the scene’s numbers.
Some analysts, however, say there’s a simple, if unpleasant, explanation: Fox News and hipsters feed off their hatred of each other.
This symbiotic relationship reinforces the group cohesion of both sides, making them feel under constant threat and more likely to remain vocal adherents of their respective ideologies.
While hipsters love irony, most would not appreciate the fact that the love drug fueling their addictive sexuality is the very same thing that finances their subculture’s worst critics, O’Reilly and Hannity.
Unbeknownst to both, they are collectively committing vast resources to fulfill a complex Illuminati agenda, which mirrors a similar operation undertaken with much success in the 1980s: the militarization of the planet and the destruction of an entire population.