Sex Pistols contract

Not so much cash for chaos as rubles for chaos – a former KGB agent Alexandrov Varennikov Voloshin,has claimed that the punk movement was financed by the KGB who paid for the punk scene and bands like the Sex Pistols, the Clash and the Ramones as reported on comedy website worldnewsdailyreport. Even if it’s made up it’s still amusing.

The agent claimed that the secret services were behind the movement to destabilise western youth and spent a lot of rubles causing trouble –  to “create utter chaos” and “pervert the Western youth to nihilist, anti-establishment and anti-american ideologies” he explained in an hour long interview broadcast on national television.

He went on to further claim that many of the bands songs were written by  a team of psychologists and war propagandists of the USSR. That makes the Sex Pistols tiny Denmark Street rehearsal room a very over crowded space with Rotten and chums surrounded by grey suited men with clipboards  writing ‘anti-establishment lyrics were intended to unleash a wave of cynicism towards authorities, promote the use of heavy drugs and entice the youth with revolutionary, counter establishment ideas.’

“We understood at the time that music was a powerful means of propaganda to reach the youth” explained the 77-year old man, adding

“Our mission was to use teenage angst to our advantage and turn the baby boomer generation of the West into a decadent, pro-drug and anti-establishment culture that would create uprisings and bring Western democracies into utter chaos. We even infiltrated mainstream radios to promote their music and reach millions of people everyday. For many of us in the KGB, infiltrating the 1970s punk scene was one of the USSR’s most successful experiments of propaganda to date” he acknowledged during the interview.”

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  1. This claim comes from World News Daily Report, which is a satirical site. From their disclaimer page: “WNDR assumes however all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any persons, living, dead, or undead is purely a miracle.”


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