The world of conspiracy is one that can reach almost any topic and some of the time rightfully so as many are in fact real. However when you hear
about a conspiracy typed theory you wouldn't think it could enter the world of cartoons. Yet it does, and it in fact it isn't as crazy as it sounds.
Something people point out, along with adult jokes in kid shows, is weather or not in spongebobs case it was just a coincidence as to how two of the
main characters are named "crusty krabs" and "sandy cheeks" and that they live in "bikini bottom". These points aside, the "cartoon conspiracies"
usually state a theory of the true nature of the show and how it got started or what it really means.
The main theory of how the idea for the show Spongebob came about was by the famous 1950s nuclear bomb testings that were done on the bikini atoll
island and that the characters, the sea life would become alive from all the radiation that ravaged the land and water. That the name of the shows
town is called bikini bottom as in the bottom of the bikini atoll island under the water. With these type of theories aside, cartoons have in fact had
adult themed premises, namely the original cartoons from decades ago when they first were invented. Some of them started out with these adult premises
when they were just comedy strip and then turned into tv shows that kids ended up later watching but still had the adult concepts in their roots.
The Donald Duck conspiracy theory is that he had PTSD from being a navy man when going to war. Crazy, but it's not even a theory if you look at the
earlier comic strips where he freaks out on his nephews after hearing loud noises and has moments of extreme aggression, something which is known to
affect people who have PTSD, as a result of the bombs, life or death situations, or horrific sightings. The strip also shows Donald's nephews that
says "it looks like uncle Donald is sleep walking again", as in being blacked out and not having control over the viscous acts of aggression he
Theres more theories for other shows as well like one that says the spinach in Popeye the sailor man was actually based on cannabis and that in the
days when the comic strip was created in the early 1900s, spinach was a common nick name for cannabis and that sailors often bought it back from after
Another one that's a little more crazy is that the smurfs were based white supremacy as allegedly shown below and that's its main villain character in
the show is some type of stereo type of a Jew and allegedly shows by the characters pet name and that he is depicted having other stereotypes like
having a big nose and always obsessing about gold. It's also said that back in the day when the show was created, white supremacy was the idea for how
the characters would be and that how the characters all wear white clothes expect the leader of the smurfs who wears red similar to old and still
relevant fashion of white power. Cartoons were known to have propaganda during these days and during the war, this cartoon theory is anyone's best
One more theory that doesn't show much evidence like the Donald Duck PTSD and others is one for the show whinny the poo. It's said that all of the
shows characters represent a mental disorder, Whiny the poo being ADHD, Eeyore being depression, Tigger shows hyperactivity and impulsiveness, Piglet
is Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Owl is dyslexic, and best of all Christopher Robin is a paranoid schizophrenic who imagines different characters in
his life.. Obviously this one could just be coincidences that fit the characters, but it's clear that some fan cartoon theories are real as to how the
basis of the show was created or what the characters stood for
edit on 12-10-2015 by
Telepathy3 because: (no reason given)