posted on Sep, 12 2015 @ 02:34 AM
The Seinfeld episode where Elaine dates a guy and he's white but she thinks he's black. That episode is about communism. Her boyfriend wears a green
shirt and round glasses that are just like what Ned isakov the communist from another episode does who also wears a green "olive shirt" whereas the
white black guy is a polo shirt that's green. another one of Elaine's boyfriends suspiciously wears similar Malaysian glasses which she buys off a man
on the street. Then Seinfeld's dad tries to get Kramer to run for condo president, so Kramer will be a puppet regime. The condo newspaper is called a
pico commie rag by Seinfeld's dad also. And the Willard ripoff of the wizard Seinfeld got his dad who uses it as a tip collector is about counterfeit
communist goods. So, the scofflaw episode, where george cant get a parking space because a judge gave the space to the scofflaw newman. the wizard
episode and the race episode where elaine dates ned isakov are all commie episodes and possibly Elaine and Bob sacamenos father and Bob sacameno are
all commies. There might be more to this. I wonder if David puddy was a communist or a capitalist? And the other episode featuring communism is the
English patient. Where Kramer gets Cubans to roll cigars and Kramer educates the Dominicans as it turns out about communism and they hijack a plane to
take to cuba. Kramer takes everything because he's a commie? when they (jerry and kramer) meet for the first meet Jerry says what's mine is yours so
they're all commie? The soup nazi (nazi is short for nationalist socialist workers party) bans Elaine for one year (sanctions) and she steals his
recipes (counterfeiting) after she doesn't respect his property rights.
The show about nothing...... Except communism!?
Is this an easter egg I'm guessing like when poppy says he is against abortion and says it's a pizza the moment you put your hand in the dough and
Kramer says it's not a pizza until it comes out of the oven ( its the "does life begin at birth or conception?" argument) in the episode where poppy
and Kramer want to open a make your own pizza resteraunt? Or is this an attempt of subliminal messages? Or is this just satire?
edit on 12-9-2015 by SugarCoatedTruth because: Some stuff I forgot, punctuation, spelling
edit on 12-9-2015 by
SugarCoatedTruth because: Some stuff I forgot
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