posted on Feb, 2 2009 @ 02:57 PM
Originally posted by bigvig316
What easier way to indoctrinate a generation and generations to come, than through the universal medium. They want a group who is not going to think
for themselves and follow orders. The cartoons we grew up with taught us that if you work at something you can accomplish anything, team work is good,
share with others, good defeats evil. If they don't have these basic tenants instilled in them they will be good automaton for there masters to
That may be the single most pitiful thing I have ever read on this site. So you are telling me 20-30 years ago, those evil people that cant wait to
pray on indoctrinating your children these days didn't exist? That they made cartoons all those years then went "wait...wait just a minute...we
could use these cartoons to indoctrinate kids" just recently?
No, they indoctrinated you back then too with subtle propaganda, you were just a kid though, so you didn't notice. You don't see it as propaganda
now probably because, well, you believed it.
You know what cartoon I bet you'll never see, today or in the 80's, is the cartoon of REGULAR ORDINARY people, getting together, and saving the
In pretty much all those cartoons, I never saw a normal everyday person saving the day, it was always some super human hero with super powers which no
real person could possess. Whats the moral there?
I see those cartoons and all I can see is how obvious it is that they twisted and warped kinds minds. Especially stuff like Captain Planet. I see that
and its no wonder people have no idea how to make decisions or understand issues today. The cartoon makes the world out to be utterly black and white,
with the purest of evil being doing evil and the super heroes doing no wrong. With these super powered people saving the day for the plebs who can do
nothing to stop it.
The cartoon disgusts me personally. Prays on the minds of kids to brainwash them and twist the way they will think.