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A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.

 
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Re: A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.
Haarlem Shake = Diocletian's Theory / Hegelian Dialectic @ Work!

Problem = Masked Individuals Dancing (unlawful assembly) in public singing "con la terroristas"

Reaction = First Level: Public Safety Concerns (disruptive to commerce); Second (meta) Level - Explicit expression of Terrorist Organization Sympathies ("con la terroristas!")

Solution = Further curtailment ("ring-fencing" - look it up!) of civil liberties and right to free-association. Abridgement of First Amendment - the 1st Amendment does not extend to your right to shout "Fire" in a crowded theater - it will also be ruled inapplicable to singing/saying "Con La Terroristas" in Public especially while masked!

NOTE: Smirk all you want - this IS happening!
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Crazy people are with the Terrorists !
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Re: A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.
I don't get it either. To me it shows 1 person doing it, and then everyone else follows. Now a ton of people are doing it and it spreads like a fucking virus. When I was a kid, we had stupid dance things too, (The Macarena comes to mind) but I mean come on.
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This is part of a good lesson we have talked about here much lately-How much of this "viral, popular, celebrity" stuff is really popular?
No one around here is doing this shake. Few I talk to here likes most celebs. You tubers knew long ago about view counts.
It's another bandwagon effect, mind conditioning, IMO.
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Re: A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.
FYI: it was originally spelled "Haarlem Shake" and refers to the leftover weed after the bud's been baked into the brownies there.

on these here shores "Harlem Shake" is what's sold as weed to naive caucasians in NY.
 Quoting: The Antisocial Etymologist 2836766


In Muslim countries it is called the Harem Shake

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LOL. I kept calling it the Harem Shake all day at work yesterday.

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Seriously though. I doubt this is a conspiracy. I doubt this is a psyop. Just another meme. I admit some are really bizarre. Some are downright gross. But mostly they are pretty funny. We need to laugh more. We need to dance more. We need to live life instead of loathe it.
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This is why it's called "psyop". Everybody falls for it, nobody sees the subliminal context and still thinking it's "just fun".
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


Your issue is with the wrong creator then.

The pertinent chronological order of the dance videos is easily found on wiki.

The song itself is almost a year old. It was first put on youtube 9 months ago in it's entirety. Baauer is not your issue.

The FIRST video that began current meme was published on January 30th by Filthy Frank as part of a montage. It opens with four guys in skin suits ie a pink guy that is a regular in franks videos.

Here are your creators of the current meme.

On February 2nd a group of teens from Australia uploaded their version.

A few hours later Frank uploaded his standalone version from the montage.

And then the replication by others began.

So a group of teenagers in Australia and a goof youtube guy and his people have carried out a gray psyop you say?

It's DANCE music. It's what the kids are listening and DANCING to these days. It's the instant gratification society using their instant uploading in the year 2013.

The part of the song they are using is the first 29 seconds. It's pretty damn catchy if you find the original and just listen to it instead of watching the dance videos. I start shaking my shoulders to it. But then again I was a club kid in the late 80's early 90's and went dancing several nights a week. I went to raves before the kids going to the raves of today were even born. Techno is still just techno.

It's just the latest craze. Two years ago there was LMFAO "Party Rock." It had the same mind control aspects y'all are bringing up here. Last year it was Gangnam style. This year it appears it is going to be the harlem shake.

YES it is something to occupy the masses. But not for some master evil plan. There is always something like this to occupy the masses.

These videos specifically? Many are just gross boys in dorm rooms. But there are many creative every day life situation ones. And yes there are the many military ones. But the military often make silly videos. We all need a little crazy release now and then. We live in a bat shit crazy world don't we?

Someone mentioned the macarena. 19 years ago the internet was in it's infancy. There was shotty dial up AOL for the lucky ones who lived in major cities. There was no youtube. Cell phones were a luxury and they sure as heck did not have video cameras in them. Computers did not have webcams in them. I guarantee you if these things existed in 1994 then we would have millions of macarena videos to be making up conspiracy theories about.

What about your life do you loathe so much?
Knock it off and get up and dance.
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Re: A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.
Obviously the "Harlem Shake" meme is a huge psyop/social experiment for mass control, that plays with timewave zero and alternative realities.

And obviously the chorus "Con Los Terroristas" was not chosen for accident.

But there's a couple of interesting details about Baauer, the guy who remixed this track, that may put some fuel in the fire:

Baauer, 23, is a tall, slight fella with a boyish face and big, goofy smile. He was born Harry Rodrigues in West Philadelphia, but moved around a lot when he was younger due to his father’s job as “a financial consultant for international companies.” He lived in Germany from age four to seven, then London from seven to 13, then to Connecticut from 13-17, then one more year in London before heading off to college in New York(...)

After getting involved in “millions of failed projects,” including a MSTRKRFT-ish duo called SX N DRGS (Sex and Drugs) and the DJ name Captain Harry, producing dance music, he became more influenced by hip-hop, particularly trap, which fuses hip-hop with electronic dance music. About a year ago, he changed his name to Baauer.

“It’s my middle name … I threw another ‘a’ in there to spice it up a little bit,” he says with a chuckle. “Also, there’s an ice hockey equipment company called Bauer. And I’m also more than happy to be associated with Jack Bauer.”
 Quoting: [link to www.thedailybeast.com]


Some bios say he was born in UK, some say he was born in the USA, but they all agree that he has lived in many different countries in his short life, due the alleged job of his father: "Financial consultant".

That sounds to me a lot like one of those fake profiles of CIA oversea operatives.

His 1st artistic nickname was "Captain Harry" and some will say, it's just his actual name "Harry Rodrigues", but I say is a reference to prince Harry, who's a Captain of the Brit Army. Interesting that Harry Rodrigues changed his nick to "DJ Baauer", in the same year that prince Harry was promoted to Captain.

Harry Rodrigues says he has a "Bauer" middle name, but he admits he uses the artistic name "Baauer" as a reference to 24hrs counter-terrorist agent Jack Bauer.
 Quoting: UndercoverAlien


You idiots!

This was seriously a free release on diploma made decent/jeffries label. This kid and others make a ton of tracks like this... Underground music. No hype or labels money behind it, it just blew up.

Get off the conspiracy tip on this one people... A bunch of sheep found it and started making videos. Was "planking" a conspiracy theory as well? No it just what happens when a bunch of mainstream dummies see someone else do something, they repeat like monkeys.

Move along folks, nothing to see here.
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nice...

hey Undercover, now make a thread with interesting details about the people behind "Lelek Lek", behind "Bruuuuuuuna" and behind "Jumento Amarelo", please...











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Re: A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.
nice...

hey Undercover, now make a thread with interesting details about the people behind "Lelek Lek", behind "Bruuuuuuuna" and behind "Jumento Amarelo", please...












 Quoting: domestic is better 35440259


There's no need for psyops in Brazil you know that! Brazilian sheeple sabotage themselves without nobody's help.

Funk carioca, axe baiano, forro, novelas da Globo, Ratinho, Gugu, Faustao, Silvio Santos, BBB, Mulheres-fruta, etc, etc.

No MK Ultra/CIA psyop can beat that.

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Re: A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.
The Harlem Shake is a Ritual.

Its an Evocation of Chaos.


Its Magic.
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Re: A couple of interesting details about the dude behind the "Harlem Shake" meme audio remix: DJ Baauer.
The Harlem Shake is a Ritual.

Its an Evocation of Chaos.


Its Magic.
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hesright

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