WHAT IS THE REAL AGENDA BEHIND TATTOOING?

WHAT IS THE REAL AGENDA BEHIND TATTOOING?

While staring at a half naked photo of Justin Blubber I started wondering what the real reason is that young people have all taken to defacing themselves with the most appallingly crap tatts in the history of humanity.

Back in the old days sailors and prisoners used to get tattoos and everyone else used to take one look at them and make a mental note to avoid giving them a job.

The number of people getting tattoos has gone up greatly in the past 20 years, especially among those people under the age of 30. The other side to all this is that the tattoo removal industry is now bigger than the tattoo industry. Around 40 million Americans are tattooed, and around 7 million of them are already seeking tattoo removal.

As you might expect the number keeps going up as people accidentally catch sight of themselves in a mirror or a photo and start thinking things like “Why have I got a bunch of utterly meaningless words tattooed all over me”.

People really hate thinking for themselves, so to avoid this horrible experience they copy other people, and for some reason they think the things that they copy are just random fashions, but they never are. Fashions, just like smoking, feminism, low-fat diets, and pretending there are more than 2 sexes, are all designed to further social and money making agendas.

Tattoos serve several purposes; first and foremost they program people to later accept the idea of micro-chip implants which is one of the new world order plans. They also give people the illusion that they are expressing themselves, when in fact they are just willingly falling in line to do their part in submitting to another globalist agenda. Rather than forcing people to submit, it works much better to have them happily paying to submit.

Like all social engineering there are secondary financial benefits, and making people sick is nearly always one of them, because sick people are a profitable industry. As with fluoride and chlorine in the water supply, aluminum and mercury in vaccines, and GMO’s and Canola oil in the food supply, tattoo ink includes hormone disrupters and carcinogenic ingredients, so they tick that box too.

Tattoo removal technology is constantly improving – but at the moment it is slow, painful, and leaves scarring. As it develops it will become increasingly popular, and it is already a bigger industry than tattooing. The very same people who are promoting morons like Justin Blubber also have investments in the tattoo industry and will now be fully moving into the tattoo removal industry as well. Trying to pick the next big thing in cryptos is tricky but investing in the tattoo removal industry is a no-brainer.

That is the best reason I can come up with why the quality of tattoos has gone backward for the past twenty years. Lets face it though, they were always a bunch of crap artistically (would you ever want a tattoo as desktop wallpaper?), but at least in the 90’s some effort was made to do a decent job – I used to work a few doors along from Roger’s Tatooart, one of New Zealand’s top tattoo shops, so I saw skilled tattoo’s everyday, and they were a hell of a lot better than the slop most people are getting today.

Yesterday I was buying some food at our local organic shop – it’s the middle of Summer here and everyone is wearing as little as possible, when next thing I knew I nearly dropped my cans of coconut water from the shock of seeing a bloody awful tattoo of a skull on the shoulder of a woman.

From that point on I realised that every person in the shop had at least one tattoo (no, most tattoo ink is neither organic nor vegan) but I kept seeing feminists with bad haircuts all inked up with tattoos that even prisoners would once have considered a bit rough. The guy who sits on the footpath outside everyday asking for small change actually has far better tatts than many of the feminists in the organic shop.

A few extra fun tatt facts

In the UK there has been a more than 400 percent increase in tattoo removal in the past 10 years, often inspired by celebrities who ironically inspired the tattoo trend in the first place.

An employer survey cited over 70 percent of business owners registered an unfavourable view of job applicants with tattoos.

A laser tattoo removal typically costs around 10 times the amount of getting one.

Tattoo removal is the largest growth sector in cosmetic procedures worldwide

Tattoo inks often include phthalates (hormone disrupters) and dibutyl phthalate and benzoprene – well-documented skin carcinogens.


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COMMENTS

I agree 100%
There is a girl in town that makes hand poked tattoos, incredibly awful, symmetric. It is just a trend and everybody is getting tattoed!?!?
Also, why the hell do you look at pictures of Justine Bieber naked?

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

Because she’s irresistible….

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auhauahuah you are nuts <3

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

hank poked is speshule…

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I am so retard, I had to google speshul to understand it was a silly mispelll!?!?

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

I’ve been working on my spellig ever since someone called me a moran…

Most of my friends followed the herd when we were in our 20’s. Now they’re stuck with shitty stickers all over their skin.

I remember one friend. It was 1999. He came home to our pad with this awesome new bandage. We all knew what it meant, and he was proud of it.

The “artist” told him to leave the bandage on for a few hours, so he did, while we all drank beer and waited for the big unveiling.

Then, it was finally time to see it.

I bet he still remembers when I said, “Chad. That’s not a four leaf clover. It’s a fucking three leaf clover. You got ripped off.”

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sift666 (63)  ·  6 days ago

Classic! – that seems to happen quite often, I don’t think many tattoo artists know who to draw four leaves…

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Someday, you should check to see if a four leaf clover tattoo actually exists. Maybe it’s just a mythical creature. Those exist, you know.

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sift666 (63)  ·  6 days ago

it seems they do – just like unicorns

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I met a unicorn once. That might be my first Dtube video. It’s so grainy though. People will judge me and I will be forced to start drinking again.

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

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Yup. That’s me, except I’d only have one shoe.

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

But you’d wear it with style

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You gotta chose friends that are not dumb, dude!

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

I’ve never gotten the appeal of tattoos, either. I’ve worn some temporary ones for costumes or fun, but they wash right off. I’ve drawn some on with eyeliner for special occasions, too, but again, they wash off. Why would I want something permanent I might not like later?

My eldest step-son is becoming a tattoo addict, especially since his divorce last year. He had just a few small ones before that, but now he’s spent tons of money and entire days getting huge, borderline bizarre tattoos. He just got a giant one of Bill Nye on his leg. WHY?

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

EVERYONE wants a Bill Nye tatt – why not?

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

Good tatoos, thank you for posting!
This is the tattoo from my grandfather and my aunt … hahah
funny tattoos

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

True classics 🙂

I used to consider Tattoos as a kid, before every one was getting em! When it became a hype, I was much more interested in not getting them!

As life progressed, and I started getting a body full of scars, I realised that back in the day, we were probably all full of scars! Telling our tale on our skin… Also tattoos were tribal and part of a warrior code back when. I think the obsession, is that people want their skin to stand for something… But like most things in life today, people want it instantly and without merit… That’s why now it’s usually less than a fashion statement…

The real stuff is legit art though 😀

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sift666 (63)  ·  6 days ago

I’m sure some of it is, but it seems to be getting more like graffiti by the day!

This tattoo story was on the Dutch television a time ago.

Omg.. Horible facts.. Thanx god its not common in our country.. Its true that whole medical. Or drug industry is a profitabld business.. They take money fir treatment and tgen take more fir drugs and then take again for treatmnt of side effects and then this series goes on..

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

Seriously? – you live in a country where every second woman isn’t covered in tatts?

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Hope you and many others have invested in gold.. Then why we all people locked our gold and cryptoes.. We dont like to exhibit our precious things to prevent them from evil even evil eyes.. Am i wrong? Then in my point of view women is much more precious than any other metal and crypto.. Its better to cover her.. Everyone has its own religion, thinking and culture and every culture should be respected by others..

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Haha.. I think every woman should be covered its much better than tatos.. Do you have some money invested in gold or cryptoes..?

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

Yes both – the gold is the insurance policy

https://www.mygold.co.nz/

The cryptos:

Aragon (ANT)
Augur (REP)
Basic Attention Tokens (BAT)
Cardano (ADA)
Digital Cash (DASH)
Dogecoin (DOG)
EOS (EOS)
Ethereum (ETH)
Factom(FCT)
Hyperstake (HYP)
Lisk (LSK)
Monero (XMR)
NEM (XEM)
Salt Lending (SALT)
Smart Cash (SMART)
Steem (STEEM)
Steem Dollars (SBD)
Z-Cash (ZEC)

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

Personally I don’t like to see things covered up – truths, bodies, lies, anything – I want it all exposed

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Ok.. But nobody wants to exhibit her precious things.. Its human nature.. Truth and lies are uncovered ok these are not as precious things..

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

Get it out and flaunt it 🙂

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Haha.. These are old fashioned.. We have much better abayas now…

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sift666 (63)  ·  2 days ago

I have to say that like most non-muslim people I see them as very oppressive to women, and like most atheists I see all religions as mythologies designed to oppress everyone…

I actually live over the road from the biggest mosque in New Zealand so I see a lot of these any time I look out the window!

Never got one myself, never got any piercings either. Glad I didn’t, I thought about it for a few seconds but, I was pretty sure anything I liked when I was 19, I might not when I’m 49.

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

Tatts never get old

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I guess there comes a point where “fuck it” becomes the mantra lol

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

every time i have gone to jail my whole life right after or before taking finger prints all tattoos were photoed. It is used for id in our modern survalence society.
We could use tattoos as a way to stop survalence but idk if people are willing to go that far yet. Even if you use tattoos to hack facial raconigition as soon as “the man” gets photos of it then it again is used as id.

In the end information is power and the more information you give someone or somthing the more power they have over you.
IMO

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sift666 (63)  ·  6 days ago

It’s hard to imagine that could happen…

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Once in the system like that dude, might as well get covered in tattos. they already have you in a cage and tracking you is no longer an issue.
lol
The mustacshe tatto has me cracking up.

He has FUN tattooed on the bottom of his mouth, OLMFAO he someones bitch.

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

Have you really been to jail?

Do you want to sell any drugs?

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not trying to sell drugs, can buy weed from the store 2 blocks away and liquor from down the street. I cant compete with comerical prices.
lol
Yeah i been to jail, and i hope its not taken like im bragging about it cause im not. everytime has been for some retarded shit, the storys whould make you die. oh…. graffiti charges up the ass when i was in vegas, lol but vegas cops are kinda dicks in my experience (worse then the inmates).
life is crazy

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

do you have gangsta tatts?

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nothing on my face. lol

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

So I’m hanging with thugs on Steemit?

Oh GOD i think it’s a harmful for our skin? Yeah agree now a days its a trend for life, peoples make tatto as a fashion, but is it wrong way in my culture its called a big sins , makes tatto on body parts.

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

But they look great 🙂

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Ummm they are a cheap 😐
I dont like

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

You get what you pay for!

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😲😨
What you mean, pay for , for what?

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😲😨 i dont wanna be get this. Its horror , Em scary 😧

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

It’s best to shop around for a bargain or you might pay too much

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Ahan! Where is this shop? 😛

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

i never made it but surely whenever i get a chance in life to do i will surely make it but that would be of my bike @sift666

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

There is nothing like a good bike tatt…

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Exactly- The Tattoos are starting to resemble GRAFFITI- People Must Hate Themselves. Plus Everyone with this Graffiti is Overkill. Every Once in While- I used to find some MEN with Tattoos- SEXY- NOT ANYMORE!

Why would anyone want a Tattoo- when everyone has them?

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

To express their individually and resistance to authority!

I agree, this whole tat thing has gotten right out of control. Like with anything else, people are a mindless herd of lemmings.

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

A well articulated post on tattoo’s. I don’t get the attraction. In my day other than guys in the military service the only people with tattoos were in the circus. Now we have the carnival creatures walking among us.

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

The Great Omi or the Zebra Man

The most famous tattooed man of this period was Horace Ridler. In 1927, he asked London’s leading tattoo artist, George Burchett, to tattoo him all over, including his face with inch-wide zebra stripes.

To become a freak in order to earn a livelihood was a gamble which might not have come off. Ridler also had his teeth filed down to sharp points. He had his nose pierced so he could insert an ivory tusk and his ear lobes were pierced and stretched. He called himself the Great Omi and was one of the most successful freaks in the history of the circus. He succeeded because he was unique but during the latter part of his career there were fewer and fewer tattooed people seen in circuses. The popularity of the freak show was waning and tattooed people were no longer novelties. After WWII, freak shows came under attack and only a few of the larger circuses still included them.

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So, that explains the current freak show of tattoo mania.

After being banished from the circus, the freak show obviously went downtown, to the suburbs, to the beaches.

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

There is a bit of freak in everyone!

it really hurts lol

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

But its all fully essential…

I love tattooos on hand, Arms and back neck !!
I made this flower with Mehndii….
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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

Yes, I love tattoos as well, especially on the hand

Interesting post. I could never comprehend this fashion / obsession with plastering one’s body with mundane designs, often drawn in the dullest, most horrible ink one can imagine.

I have nothing against tattoos, and every now and then I see someone with a beautiful tattoo that is interesting and which enhances their appearance. In such cases, I will come right out and complement them, if the opportunity arises.

But for most people and their ugly, verging-on-hideous tattoos, I wouldn’t want to tell them how pathetic they look. Maybe they already realize it. Maybe not.

I have 2 friends who had their entire arms tattooed, years ago. The one eventually had his tattoos burned off … meaning that he always had to wear long-sleeve shirts to hide the full-arm scars.

The other always wore long-sleeve shirts, just to hide his tattoos. The first time I saw them was when I was invited to a little party at their home.

And yet, kids these days continue to get ugly tattoos. Glad I aint a kid.

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

You can’t go wrong with a full sleever

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Hmmm, not bad colors and a half-decent design.

But if they were ever to appear on my arm, it’d probably be in the form of a shirt sleeve. Y’know, the kind that’s easily removable.

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

Why wear a shirt when you can get the real thing?

@sift666 you made a special post goodjob

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

Hot! 🙂

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Strong personality👍

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sift666 (63)  ·  4 days ago

This one is even stronger

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It look perfect✌

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sift666 (63)  ·  3 days ago

A perfect tatt is a real work of art

oh damm you are an epic person got the creativity in mind

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

Maybe I should get a tatt….

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Is that the Tattoo you want- Are you gay? Or Just Trying NOT To Get Laid-
Have a Tattoo Posting contest- see what kind of a tatt gets the MOST VOTES For Being a Deal Breaker-

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

So many to choose from…

after seeing justin i remembered that you should search for top 50 women in the world you will find him epic and why would people make tattoos i still don’t get it

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

Women get very excited over Justin!

Tattoo are great but if they are done with precautions because as we know the are risk of the same niddle is used for making tattoo so do everything but with some precautions because prevention is better than cure!!

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

Tattoos are certainly great – that is what I was thinking too

want to find popularity, but human perception is different, there are likes there are not happy. Thank you friend

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sift666 (63)  ·  6 days ago

Your tatt is wild!

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LOL Wow no regerts, but hope there wasn’t “no refunds” lol I found another pretty funny one

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Beautiful, I like you post @sift666

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sift666 (63)  ·  6 days ago

Do you have any tatts?

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Hilarious ha ha ha

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K now that’s pretty funny lol

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Imagine being his wife and waking up to that. ha ha

interesting to follow, justin bieber very famous singer and have a good career many ngefans her all over the world, nice tattoos, thanks for sharing @sift666

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sift666 (63)  ·  5 days ago

I want to see Blubbers ngefans – he has 56 tatts so his ngefans are probably a work of art