When my daughter was little, we used to listen to Cat Stevens.

Read an Open Letter to my Daughter Here

On The Road To Find Out was her favorite song, and we used to sing it together.

When I would encourage my daughter to be brave, I would ask, “What does Cat Stevens say?”

My father liked Cat Stevens, who did a cover of one of our hymns.

Now it grieves me to see the man–a product of the Tavistock Institute.


That makes him no different than the Beatles.

Like many victims of PROJECT MONARCH and MK-ULTRA, Cat Stevens doesn’t know who he is.


Cat Stevens doesn’t even know his own name.  

Cat Stevens Boy

This man changed his name from Steven Demetre Georgiou first to Cat Stevens then to Yusuf Islam and now to just plain Yusuf.  

Cat Stevens Muslim

Who knows what it will be in five years?

Cat Stevens Head Covering

Tavistock Institute singled Cat Stevens out, as he became famous for reasons no one could understand.

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Cat Stevens toured with singers like Arnold George Dorsey a/k/a Engelbert Humperdinck.

And Cat Stevens toured with Jimi Hendrix.

Who was this man?

Cat Stevens Dog

He sure didn’t know.

Cat Stevens Crazy

We thought of him as peaceful, but one of his very first hits was about shooting people.  Check out the hypnotic effects in this early performance, so viewers dissociate, before Cat Stevens sings “I’m Gonna Get Me a Gun.”

The song recalls CIA OPERATION GLADIO C, through which they program lone shooters to kill people, and it doesn’t sound satiric.

GLADIO C – Gun Rights, False Flag Attacks, & the Manipulation of Public Opinion

GLADIO C – More on Gun Rights, Mia Khalifa, and Hijab Porn

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Below you can read the words on one of Cat Stevens’ first big hits, which he sang after the trance-inducing introduction of Beat Club:

I’ve been demoralized too many times 

But now I realize, Ah ah, no more. 

I’m gonna get me a gun. 

I’m gonna get me a gun.

And all those people who put me down 

You better get ready to run 

’cause I’m gonna get me a gun.

I know my destiny is like the sun. 

You see the best of me when I have got my gun 

I’m gonna get me a gun. 

I’m gonna get me a gun.

And all those people who put me down 

You better get ready to run 

’cause I’m gonna get me a gun.

So you think you can push me around 

And make me run? 

Well I’m gonna tell you now: 

I’m gonna get me a gun. 

I’m gonna get me a gun.

And all those people who put me down 

You better get ready to run 

’cause I’m gonna get me a gun.

Gonna get me a gun.

Later Cat Stevens sang Peace Train.

Later Cat Stevens called for the murder of Salman Rushdie.

Cat Stevens addressed students at Kingston University, on February 21, 1989, regarding Salman Rushdie.

He must be killed. 

The Koran makes it clear.

If someone defames the prophet, then he must die.

Doubtless, Cat Stevens would say that I should be killed for my article on Mohamed.

How the Illuminati Raped Mohamed, Drugged & Hypnotized Him, & Use Islam


To paraphrase Salman Rushdie, Cat Stevens is not a nice guy.

To my knowledge, Cat Stevens has not condemned the rape of more than 1400 English children by muslims in Rotherham.

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Nor, to my knowledge, has Cat Stevens condemned the gang rape of tens of thousands of women by muslims in his mother’s home country of Sweden.

Coming Soon To Your Country – The Illuminati’s Sick Experiment in Sweden


Cat Stevens gives large amounts of money to charities run by the United Nations, like UNESCO and UNWRA, while the United Nations involves itself in child rape and child trafficking.

The United Nations is a Front for Child Rape

Cat Stevens has given large amounts of money to Save the Children, which has been implicated in sex abuse scandals.

Here Cat Stevens is with his wife at his wedding.

Cat Stevens Wedding

Cat Stevens allowed nine of his songs to be used as the soundtrack for Harold and Maude.

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This film concerned a sexual relationship between a teenage boy and an eighty-year-old woman.

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Cat Stevens allowed his music to be used in Rushmore, where a teenage boy and a sixty-year-old man compete for sex with a thirty-year-old woman.

Cat Stevens allowed his music to be used in a commercial for companies that sell blood diamonds.

Cat Stevens allowed his music to be used in a commercial for JPMorgan Chase, a bank run by the Illuminati, which causes untold destruction throughout the world.

After Cat Stevens was stopped by the Department of Homeland Security, after his plane was diverted, and after America sent him back to England, he let his music be used for an advertisement featuring a convoy of military jeeps, an American flag, and the statement “I’m with America.”

Although Cat Stevens purports to be a muslim, there is a barbecue stand in the background of his commercial.

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The main feature of barbecue stands in America is pork, a food prohibited to muslims.

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Cat Stevens’ commercial was for Jeep, an affiliate of Dodge Ram, which features a satanic logo.

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Why does Cat Stevens sell his songs for commercials? He doesn’t need the money.  Thirteen years ago, he said he earned about one and a half million dollars ($1,500,000.00) per year from his music.

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Although he said Salman Rushdie should be killed for writing a book, and he claimed to be a devout muslim, Cat Stevens had no problem joking around and performing with the satanist Ozzy Osbourne.

That was in Washington, D.C., at the oddly named Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear.

Rally To Restore Sanity and:or Fear

It was one day before the satanic holiday of Halloween when muslim Cat Stevens horsed around with satanist Ozzy Osbourne.


Elsewhere Cat Stevens could be seen flashing masonic symbols like the Eye of Horus.

Cat Stevens Eye of Horus

That’s a popular hand sign among Illuminati slaves.

More on Satanic Handsigns


CIA loves cartel signaling.

More on Cartel Signaling


Earlier Cat Stevens could be seen wearing masonic numbers.

Cat Stevens 33

33 is a special number for the freemasons who run the Tavistock Institute.

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Cat Stevens expressed an interest in numerology in his albums.

Cat Stevens Numbers

There his face appeared in a satanic pentagram.


The pentagram, which appears on Numbers, is also used by the freemasons.


Wikipedia describes the album, Numbers, by Cat Stevens, as “a fantastic spiritual musical which is set on the planet Polygor.”

In the story there is a castle with a number machine. This machine exists to fulfill the sole purpose of the planet – to disperse numbers to the rest of the universe: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 (but notably not 0). The nine inhabitants of Polygor, the Polygons, are Monad, Dupey, Trezlar, Cubis, Qizlo, Hexidor, Septo, Octav, and Novim.  As the last lines of the book say, they “followed a life of routine that had existed for as long as any could remember…. It was, therefore, all the more shocking when on an ordinary day things first started to go wrong.”  The change takes the form of Jzero, who comes from nowhere as a slave and eventually confuses everybody with his simple truth.

Cat Stevens appeared wearing the Star of Ishtar.

Cat Stevens Star of Ishtar

That’s the symbol that appears in the logo of CIA.

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Like the Beatles, Cat Stevens appears to be the product of Tavistock Institute.

More on Satanic Cartel Signaling and the Beatles

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Cat Stevens underwent a personality change when he spent months in the King Edward VII Hospital.

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People are often implanted with mind control technology at hospitals.

Cybernetics and the Minds of Men

Patents for Mind Control Technology

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Cat Stevens spoke of his composition process in terms of hypnotism.

I get the tune and then I just keep on singing the tune until the words come out from the tune. 

It’s kind of a hypnotic state that you reach after a while when you keep on playing it where words just evolve from it.

So you take those words and just let them go whichever way they want.

CIA uses hypnotism with voice to skull.

V2K – Voice To Skull


In embracing Islam, a “religion” that involves total submission to the word, and in giving up music, Cat Stevens spoke of hearing voices.

I was listening to conservative voices telling me that music is forbidden, even though you won’t find in the Koran any mention of the word “music.”

Cat Stevens mentioned these voices not only to Rolling Stone but to Larry King.

The actual point about music was:  The imam who I met, who I first embraced Islam with in the London Central Mosque, he actually told me to continue making records, but there were other voices I was hearing which made music slightly kind of controversial.  Even though I never read anything in the Koran about music, it doesn’t say it was forbidden or anything like that, there were these other voices, quite strong, so therefore I decided I’m not going to risk anything.  I’m just going to go slowly.  I’m going to learn my faith, and, you know what, I’m going to sell all my guitars.

You can watch Cat Stevens talk about the voices below.

I wonder what else the voices are telling him.


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  1. Of course he is a shill. ALL of them are shills. Not one natural success. Because all of them are elite troglodyte babies that are guaranteed glamor jobs just for being trogs.

    I never liked this one’s music. I have vivid memories of being a baby and hating his music. So much so, that if I could have unlocked my car seat and jumped out of my parent’s moving vehicle to escape his music, I would have done it.

    I have whole lists of songs that I would hate immediately. Maybe those were the programming songs.


  2. You could definitely see your enthusiasm in the work you write. The world hopes for more passionate writers like you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. Always follow your heart.


  3. Having read this I thought it was very enlightening. I appreciate you spending some time and energy to put this short article together. I once again find myself spending a lot of time both reading and commenting. But so what, it was still worthwhile!


  4. I’m here because I just heard this guy’s song: Moon shadow. (and well i suppose paranoid tendencies also ) and there’s just something about those lyrics… quite mysterious…yet “evocative.” It has a certain “undertone”….A kind of unsettling vibe. It made me wonder a few questions; Like “what is this guys history?”, “who actually wrote this?” “and how EXACTLY did he get started?” etc “who IS this guy anyway “?” (haha he doesnt even seem to know himself) He’s a strange “cat” to say the least. And this article does nothing to dispel (or should that be: de-spell) a suspicious mind such as mine.


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