I overheard a song the other day. I’m sure many of you know the tune, since radio has a way of bombarding the listener into submission. At any rate, the song is called “Rude” and it’s by a group called Magic! Here was the “hook” from their hit song:

Why you gotta be so rude?
Don’t you know I’m human too?
Why you gotta be so rude?
I’m gonna marry her anyway

Marry that girl
Marry her anyway
Marry that girl

These are dark times in the romantic world – as exhibited by popularity of the song. The singer is a man (with presumably descended testes) that is being disrespected by a woman. What would a GREAT MAN do? Very simple…tell the girl to fuck off!

But no…not the singer of the song. Instead, he’s gonna “marry her anyway.”

marry her
“He’s gonna marry her anyway”

Sometimes, Major Styles needs to pinch himself. It like I’m living in a horror movie, watching as Michael Myers is strangling the innocent populous to death. But no, it’s not a sick dream…it’s real! It’s a modern, post-feminist America: a place where misandry and cuckoldry are the tag-team champions of the WWE.

Remember: the happily married couple is the enemy of the Western world. For they represent the seed of civilization. Via their union, the tree of life (i.e. children) will take root and form. Parents are the bedrock of a civilization…the nucleus of a healthy society. So the happily married couple is the enemy of all those who are jealous and bitter. Rather than applaud the couple, they seek to seditiously undermine the courtship. And they use an unconventional weapon to plot their destruction – music.

kkids dancing
Kids enjoying the beat, repeating lyrics that are meant to turn them into feminazis and cuckolded men.

Once America is humming along – unaware of the subliminal implications of the lyrics – then they are falling right into the hands of Satan.

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One thought on “Why You Gotta Be So Rude? I’m Gonna’ Marry Her Anyway

  1. I remember this song as my kids and I discussed it. It wasn’t about a guy marrying a crazy woman who mistreated him.

    It was about a guy telling a young woman’s father that he was going to “marry her anyway” over the father’s objections.

    That basically dad might as well get on board because his little girl was his already.

    CC wrote a pretty good post about it back when the song was popular:

    https://canecaldo.wordpress.com/2014/06/11/the-bewitching-rudeness-of-magic/

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