Its official Madonna is no longer useful to the Tavistock Institute


Madonna performing at Hyde Park earlier this summer

Monday August 27,2012

AGEING Madonna has lost the power to influence teenagers, says Britain’s advertising regulator.

A Smirnoff vodka campaign featuring the 53-year-old, left, could not be “harmful” because she no longer has a “strong appeal” to under-18s, it ruled.

The drink’s makers Diageo defended the campaign by submitting figures showing less than five per cent of the UK’s 12 to 17-year-olds are Madge fans.

It argued the Material Girl’s fan base was “music lovers from the 1980s and 1990s”.

Madonna has faced controversy for not acting her age on tour this year.

Sir Elton John, 65, has describing her career as “over”, calling her a “fairground stripper”.

She was not available for comment.

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  • The mind-bending social engineering of the Tavistock Institute for Human Relations is all done through predictive programming via the Pop/Rock music culture and Hollywood. They use the television to tell you through your vision to program using programmes to mold a generation to their sick desires.

    -= The Unhived Mind

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