Ian Brown Explains Our "Plandemic" That's "Designed to Make Us Digital Slaves"
The Stone Roses singer is also obviously an anti-masker and an anti-vaxxer
Published Sep 23, 2020Living through a pandemic sucks, and it sucks even more thanks to a growing number of celebrities spewing harmful coronavirus conspiracy theories. Included in this group of celebs is onetime Stone Roses hero Ian Brown, who decided it's his civic duty to tell the world this "plandemic" is "designed to make us digital slaves."
Brown took to his Twitter to unload a string of tweets to let us know he thinks this whole COVID-19 thing is a load of bullocks.
"THE GREAT RESET the plandemic planned designed and executed to make us digital slaves," he tweeted before adding a George Orwell quote. "ALL tyrannies rule through fraud and force but once the FRAUD is exposed they must rely exclusively on FORCE."
This comes after Brown recently revealed he's both an anti-masker and an anti-vaxxer earlier this month, tweeting: "NO LOCKDOWN NO TESTS NO TRACKS NO MASKS NO VAX."
Brown even thought the world would like an anti-lockdown song, so he gave us one called "Little Seed Big Tree," which contains these lyrics:
A sonic lockdown in your home town / A sonic lockdown, can you feel me now? / A sonic lockdown, state shakedown, a mass breakdown / Put your muzzle on, get back in your basket / Get behind your doors cos living here is drastic.
You can check out all his relevant tweets below and "Little Seed Big Tree" if you really want to. But please remember all this the next time you listen to "I Wanna Be Adored" or "Elephant Stone" or any other now arguably tarnished Stone Roses songs.
And you might want to start getting ready for an Ian Brown / Van Morrison collaboration that no one surely wants.
ALL tyrannies rule through fraud and force but once the FRAUD is exposed they must rely exclusively on FORCE George Orwell— Ian Brown (@ianbrown) September 22, 2020
NO LOCKDOWN NO TESTS NO TRACKS NO MASKS NO VAX #researchanddestroy— Ian Brown (@ianbrown) September 5, 2020