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Green Day Goes From Punk Rock Protagonists to Puking Propagandists

American idiots, indeed!


Green Day’s middle-aged, middle-finger to middle America shows the band once known for political irreverence is now politically irrelevant.

Once anti-establishment, now hegemonic Woke mouthpiece, the band altered lyrics to the anti-Bush-era song American Idiot, changing, “Well maybe I’m the faggot America / I’m not a part of a redneck agenda,” to, “I’m not part of the MAGA agenda.”

Yahoo, as hostile as they were giddy at the band’s servile loyalty to Cultural Marxism – and its war on Western Civ. Classical Liberalism – accused “right-wing” critics of “frothing at the mouth.”

Republishing a tirade-filled, hit piece from far-left LGBTQ+ activist platform Them, Yahoo smeared Green Day critics as idiots, right up to defaming Elon Musk, by calling him a “transphobic conspiracy theorist.”

The online magazines then doubled down.

Establishing context for the song’s origins, the “you shall live by lies, or else!” pro-trans platforms, spread blatant misinformation, labelling the response to 9/11 as “Islamophobic,” and racist.

In a parting shot at critics – who’ve rightly pointed out Green Day’s out-of-touch juvenile grab for attention – the platform dismissed the criticism as “right-wingers throwing a tantrum.”

LGBTQA+ and legacy media missed the point.

The band has been AWOL on every ounce of recent government overreach.

From compulsory vaccines killing informed consent to anti-free speech laws, fraudulent BLM Inc, milking the black community, and J6 political prisoners.

From the Woke White House’s manipulation of judicial power and its political persecution of a former president, the anti-establishment three-piece band have been pro-establishment.

Instead of busting political narratives, Green Day are pushing them.

This isn’t punk rock challenging the mechanisms of abuse and power, it’s rehashed puke straight from the dark heart of Washington’s Woke industrial propaganda machine.

Green Day have gone from Punk Rock protagonists to opportunistic propagandists.

The very opposite of punk rock politics.

Among the band’s critics was, South African-based artist, Ava, who quipped,   “How can we get ourselves in the headlines again with decades-old music?”

First-class Fatherhood, Youtuber, Alex Lace, called Green Day out.

Masterfully, Lace offered up a list unpacking what the band was saying it was against.

In sum, Green Day are saying they are anti-American.

They’re opposed to MAGA policies such as, economic prosperity for all, responsible border control, public safety, election integrity, sustainable immigration, peace through strength, ending forever wars, law and order.

Supporting Lace’s point, another X account said, the band was promoting, “The side that is in favour of censorship, political weaponization of government, government control of the private sector, election fraud, psychological manipulation, government-run media, forced medical experimentation…’

Elon Musk, a self-described “moderate” responded to the stunt saying, “Green Day goes from raging against the machine to milque toastedly raging for it.”

Milquetoast is, according to Cambridge, a noun meaning dorky, weak, and timid; usually associated with men of feeble character.

British leader of the Reclaim Party, Laurance Fox, remarked, “The forced clot shot rock stars aren’t up for democracy? Who could possibly have seen that coming? It’s so depressing when you find out your influences and heroes are moronically thick.”

Notably, social media commentator, Ron Milner, recognised for his anti-woke platform, mocked the band, stating, “Green Day is to Punk Rock, what Air Supply is to Heavy Metal.”

The hat fits.

Cult-minded, and moronic, Green Day fans mocking MAGA policy supporters as cult-minded morons, is another epitome of Woke hypocrisy. American idiots, indeed!

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