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President Obama Opened For The Rolling Stones In Havana

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 CSB    2,153

President Obama Opened For The Rolling Stones In Havana

Lost in Translation: The Rolling Stones in Cuba

By Gary North GaryNorth.com March 28, 2016

On Tuesday, March 22, President Obama was in Cuba, the first President to visit Cuba in 90 years.

On Friday, the Rolling Stones became the first famous Western rock & roll group ever to play in Havana. It was a free concert.

Mick Jagger scheduled the performance a few months ago. Did he coordinate this with the White House? Probably the other way around. No one refers to Mick Jagger as a lame duck . . . or lame anything else.

“President Obama opens for the Rolling Stones.”

Read the whole post here : https://www.lewrockwell.com/2016/03/gary-north/rolling-stones-cuba/

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 Lucy Barnable    5,365

They look pretty buddy buddy in this old video:

.Obama Sings Sweet Home Chicago With Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, BB King

Published on Dec 21, 2012
Very cool - an incredible line-up at the Red, White and Blues event hosted by President Barack Obama. On stage were Mick Jagger, Buddy Guy, BB King, Jeff Beck, Keb Mo and others in a celebration at the White House of blues history. Jagger coaxed Obama to sing a few lines of "Sweet Home Chicago", giving up his microphone to the President. To the surprise of some, and enjoyment of all, Obama belted out a few lines. Also present was Michelle Obama, who seemed to be enjoying her husband's show.

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 YourMom2    1,354

Sympathy for the Devil


Process Church, MI5, CIA...the usual suspects.

Following the same game plan as the Beatles, in the spring of 1963 the Rolling Stones appeared on one of England's most popular family television shows, Thank Your Lucky Stars. Only this time, the reaction by the middle-aged viewers was quite different from that to the Beatles. Hundreds of angry letters were sent, with a typical letter stating "It is disgraceful that long-haired louts such as these should be allowed to appear on television. Their appearance was absolutely disgusting."

The program, however, had exactly the planned effect. Rolling Stones' manager Andrew Oldham was elated at the response. He told the group, "We're going to make you exactly opposite to those nice, clean, tidy Beatles. And the more the parents hate you, the more the kids will love you. Just wait and see."



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