manson is all i see here

anonymous asked:

Do you have any quotes or comments that are good about Johnny since the whole false accusations debacle? So many of my friends tell me, "Well that was from before people knew what a drunk and abuser and misogynist he was." It'd be nice to have some ammo to fire back at them.

hi dear, sure i have from very amazing people, here we go:

  • Marilyn Manson: “Johnny is one of the nicest people that I know—to the extent where it’s almost heartbreaking how kind he is to his friends, and everyone around him. I know that he was completely crucified—unjustly.“It fills me with joy to see his kids grow up and be so smart, and so hilarious. […] It’s hard to say when you talk about your friends. Of course I think that all of it was bullshit, and I think that he is a great person. I wouldn’t agree with any of it if someone were to put me on the stand and ask me what I know, or what I’ve witnessed.”
  • Javier Bardem: “With Johnny you can tell there is a very sensitive person there, a man who cares about people. That hasn’t changed. The Johnny I know is a gentleman
  • Orlando Bloom: The man that I know and love is the man who’s here tonight, and he’s like on form and does everything the right way. “You know, people go through all kinds of weird stuff in the world and it’s just a shame that it has to be dragged out in public. Because, God knows he’s been one of the most private and stand-up people I’ve ever met.”
  • Patti Smith:  Johnny has always been a devoted, generous son who selflessly magnified the quality of his late and beloved mother’s life. He extends that care to those in his sphere, of which I have been privileged to be among. He has proved himself to be a deeply sensitive, protective, and compassionate man. All who know him can attest to that. His flaws, however human, do not include the impulse nor the capacity to inflict violence. Johnny Depp would never intentionally harm another human being. Those who would suggest otherwise exhibit little regard for preserving and protecting family, reputation and any vestige of hope for fair and measured public scrutiny.
  • Winona Ryder:  I only know him as a really good, loving, caring guy who is very, very protective of the people that he loves. It’s hard because I feel like—that’s my experience. And it’s been a very long time.
  • Judi Dench: It is heaven working with Johnny Depp. I dote on Johnny. He is heaven.”
  • Vanessa Paradis: Johnny Depp is the father of my two children, he is a sensitive, loving and loved person, and I believe with all my heart that these recent allegations being made are outrageous.
  • Tim Burton:  I love him
  • Faye Dunaway: He’s a prince

there are more but these are the ones i can think of right now. hope this will help you. (and next time they call him a misogynist point them out to the fact that ellen degeneres loves him) xxx



Don’t go ahead and use my old pictures to insult me on, Here we have some recent ones, But be original, I mean it’s all fun and shit seeing ‘Your fucking ugly’ in my inbox but spice it up 12 year olds that diagnose them self with mental illnesses!

I mean let me give you an example, 'You look like the aborted version of Marilyn Manson’.

And if your going to insult me don’t do it anonymous you little bags of shit.

I mean your a pussy if you do it anonymous, If you have the balls to do it without anonymous well, My dude you would be a pussy i did lick.

Anyway, Goodluck.


Dylan (the Hippy) and Charles Manson - Part 2

According to Dylan, Manson preached that “death was not bad, just another high.” In reading the book Helter Skelter (it was listed in the bibliography), Dylan would have seen other Manson comments about death. Manson told his followers that “death is only an illusion,” saying that it was a releasing of the soul. Manson also said that “Death is beautiful.” These passages could explain Dylan’s references to dying and achieving happiness.

What was the connection among death, happiness, and love? Perhaps the most intriguing line in Dylan’s report occurs in the context of describing Manson’s life with his so-called family: “We played a lot music, we did a lot of drugs, we loved, we were happy" replies Manson when later asked about life at the ranch. “The family did these things, and more. They lost their humanity at the ranch.”

That last sentence sometimes has been seen as Dylan’s recognition that what Manson and his followers did was “inhuman.” there is another possible interpretation, however, based on Dylan’s frequent use of the word “humanity” in his journal.

Dylan wrote about his humanity as an impediment. His humanity blocked him from calling a girl he liked. His humanity had a foot fetish. His human side was associated with the “zombies” he looked down on - all the normal people living their normal lives. Thus, “humanity” had a particular meaning for Dylan. In addition, he did not write that Manson’s followers lost their humanity by committing murder. Rather, they lost their humanity in the midst of happiness and love. Dylan seems to be saying that Manson and his family lost their human ity by transcending to a higher realm of existence, a realm of pure love and happiness. Perhaps this is why he wrote: “I’m stuck in humanity: Maybe going ‘NBK’ …with Eric is the way to break free.” In Dylan’s mind, murder, death, freedom from humanity, love, and happiness were entwined. It seems his thinking was influenced by Manson’s ideas of the beauty of death.

Why Kids Kill - Chapter 3 A God of Sadness - Peter Langman P.H.d.

Excerpts from Dylan’s Journal: 

"Society is tightening it’s grip on me, and soon I and (redacted) will snap.  We will have our revenge on society and then be free to exist in a timeless, spaceless place of pure happiness.  The purpose of life is to be happy and be with your love who is equally happy. Not much more to say. Goodbye.”

“What fun is life without a little death?” - V

“The humanity of here and now clouds all that I see, yet the me, the one, can now control the pain, and it is done.”

“The zombies will never cause us pain anymore, the humanity was a test.  I love you love. Time to die, time to be free, time to love.”

In an interview for the MTV2 Fragility 2.0 special, Trent Reznor said that Starfuckers did have a lot to do with Marilyn Manson. Manson caught on to this and he contacted Trent through his management and said he had a crazy idea for a music video. Trent went along with it and the two rekindled their friendship for the next year or so and brought us the music video for Starfuckers Inc.I cannot for the life of me find the clip online however since i’m a nice person, i took the liberty of uploading the clip for you to see on here.

“Hippie cult leader; actually, hippie cult leader, that is your words. I am a dumb country boy who never grew up. I went to jail when I was eight years old and I got out when I was thirty-two. I have never adjusted to your free world. I am still that stupid, corn-picking country boy that I always have been. To me it’s all simple, right here, right now; and each of us knew what we did and I know what I did, and I know what I’m going to do and what you do is up to you. I don’t recognize the courtroom, I recognize the press and I recognize the people. You see, you can send me to the penitentiary, it’s not a big thing. I’ve been there all my life anyway. What about your children? These are just a few, there is many, many more coming right at you.”

— Charles Manson

the entire thing. my sketches of team phantom!!
 ( i know i posted all of them separately but like better quality??????)

can you tell i gave up somewhere in the middle of jazz (also it was getting late and i was getting tired whooops)

so here it is lemme know if you wanna see anything or anyone else or if you never wanna see my stuff ever again :) thanks

[EDIT: that awkward moment when you spell ur own url wrong smh OTL]

also probably not delete my caption thanks????
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