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black jack 4 is out!! YOU HAVE TO READ this!! amero NWO and false flags and NAU everything is reveal

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posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:06 PM

Originally posted by bit0xtra.thot
...Are we now at the "one year earlier" time frame, anyone know? ...

Half way through it i rekkon, the top two images in picture 10 i think of installment 4 is sureley a direct reference between obama and jfk?


[edit on 11/2/2009 by phushion]

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:09 PM
reply to post by thefreepatriot

so you are so brainwashed that you automatically ignore the disclaimer and believe anything ?

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:12 PM
My guess is that they're trying to take the Truthers for a ride and get a rise out of them. Like a ploy to get more traffic on that part of their site.

Either that, or whoever made these comics is actually someone who believes that this will happen, and is trying to pique people's interest so they'll research it further.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:19 PM
I don't trust a newspaper with such owners

It's just spreading Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt in a political agenda to make more profit.

No wonder so many people are stressed nowadays.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:25 PM
Ok I'm up to speed. So the writer/illustrator know their conspiracy theory. They are probably members here. V for Vendetta was a mainstream hit, a great film as far as super hero films go (the only one I enjoyed). SO I guess point stands, the interest level and the topics covered daily here on ATS are much more accepted than we would believe. I believe it is the current climate of uncertainly and the fact that a lot of americans have come to realise that their country was run by was mongering crooks for the last decade. Such a comic would be sold in the US at a comic shop. In the UK the newpaper have seen the merit in running it. It is generating interest, so it is working.
My question, just because a msm news service is running a decent comic, why does anyone here think it is prophetic?
It is a zeitgeist event, sure, and some opics covered are events that we here on ATS read about, and read into.
But unless you are a believer in pre destined events, very religious etc, why would you think that this comic is bad?
I think it is awesome.
That sais, I still admit I am pretty surprised to see it in such a publication. I would not be so fascinated if it was published in Wired magazine or something like that.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:30 PM
I'm so confused by this reaction, albeit a very dark comic. How does it spread fear to the majority of people reading it who would be completely unaware that there are actually people like us here on ATS who see these scenarios as actually possible?
It is just cool fast up to date entertainment.
When you read Garfield did you think a psychotic cat was going to shred your face if you didn't feed it on time?

How long has this strp been running?

Are many readers in UK talking about it?

Do people take Harry Potter as seriously as they take this strip?

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:40 PM
I wonder if CBS will be suing the paper over this comic.

It pretty much copies the storyline of the TV series Jericho.

The storyline centers on the residents of Jericho, a small, rural Kansas town, in the aftermath of nuclear attacks on 23 major cities in the contiguous United States. The show also features several mysteries involving the backgrounds of major characters, the perpetrators of the attack, and the extent of damage to the United States and its government.

The Cheyenne government's military forces have since restored order to Jericho and its surrounding region, putting an abrupt end to the conflict between Jericho and its rival New Bern. As a sense of normalcy returns to town, the plot shifts away from the day to day survivalist issues facing Jericho's inhabitants, to life and political intrigue under the new Cheyenne government.

Known only to Hawkins and a select few, the September attacks were neither a foreign nor domestic terrorist act, but a conspiracy of unknown perpetrators within the highest level of the former government.

Meanwhile, Jericho's residents deal with the reality of the Cheyenne-backed government. Initially welcomed as saviors, the government's military and mercenary agents transform life in Jericho into a repressive police-state. When a J&R contractor's criminal actions leave one of Jericho's residents dead, the town is put on the edge of open revolt.


That synopsis is pretty vague and is missing a lot of facts (thanks wikipedia

There is also the things nearly identical to this comic:

- The drafting of a constitution without public consent
- The new flag
- The nuclear response against the supposed attacking countries
- The new, previously unknown president
- The 'cell' on US soil that is instructed to commence the attack

Even the nuke placement on the map are similar to what I remember from the series. Ie. the targets picked.

So to me, this is just a regurgitated story being used to spark a bit of controversy.

[edit on 11-2-2009 by fooffstarr]

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:49 PM
plant the seeds in the mind and no one will be suprised when it happens.

just like rumours of pandemics, people are now expecting them rather than just assuming that they will not happen.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 03:57 PM

Originally posted by sezsue
reply to post by InfaRedMan

Yeah, that's a possibility....look at the Illuminati card game, (developed in 1990, and out available to buy in 1995, won some kind of games award,) and then explain it, and WE'RE the crazy ones?

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(But good luck getting through on this one)

When people see these types of things and act like everyone else is being fooled or crazy except themselves, it just makes me think their heads must be shrinking and squeezing their brains from all that hot sand their heads are hidden in.

I have yet to read through all of the posts in this thread, but I felt compelled to reply to this post right away.

This is absolutely ridiculous. Skepticism is what keeps you from NOT being fooled. Too many of you on here are ready to believe most of which is put in front of you by 'reliable' sources like ATS, which actually holds mostly information that you should be careful about. And I don't mean you should be careful about someone coming after you, I mean you should be careful of being a fool.

Being a fool is not good, especially when you are trying to change the world. I will be damned if my world is run by fools.

Keep it up, IR. Here's to you!

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 04:16 PM
This is just the freaking plot of Jericho you fools.

The author should be sued for plagarism.

I mean... Jesus, I know the shows been cancelled, but any slight investigation would have shown that this is the case.

I bet part 5 has elements of Jericho Season 2 - people rise up against this government on behalf of a 'freer, more democratic, much more like us government' and it all ends on a cliffhanger.


posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 04:17 PM

Originally posted by surfinguru
Anyone else find the "story line" very similar to the TV show Jericho? Only instead of being limited to the US, the Blackjack story is international. Frankly, I just don't see the point in this effort if it's "fictional."

Not only is it similar to jericho, but guess what episode 13 of season 1 of jericho was called. BLACKJACK Jericho episode

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 04:22 PM
reply to post by bit0xtra.thot

I've just bought the illuminati game of ebay.I think everything is a game and we're being played but Big Ben is still in one piece so far!

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 04:31 PM
I think its easier to look for evidence of a preplanned terror event by "inside jobbers" "flase flaggers" by the obvious things that are involved like for instance syncromysticisms theories pointing fingers at secret societies intertwined in governments. To conjecture and argue needlesly is a distraction from the biggest picture, which involves everyone whether they like it or not.

Ive talked uselessly to many anti-conspiracy minded people and they example how they are under the "spell" of their captors, "Government/pop culture mind persuasion (lies)".

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 04:34 PM
If it was published here on ATS we would love it. I just saw the Rosewell reference and "the veneer of the truth" and I assume very few readers would be familar with the small image of Marcel holding the fake ufo foil for the media.

So is the paper really tight lipped about the author? And are they really rude to people who ring up and complain or question the motives of publishing it?
Usually msm papers are very fearful of upsetting Joe Normal and family.

Are they going for the "all publicity is good publicity angle",


.......has someone high up in the machine seen the light, realised that there is truth to some conspiracies and decided to join the truth movement?

I don't understand why people on the David Icke forum are so pissed off. It seems to me that someone is using comic art as a means to portray a truth, regardless of which side of the fench you sit on. The truth from my perspective been that this story they tell is perhaps not as fictious as a simple tabloid daily comic strip, and it may serve the purpose of getting people talking about conspiracy in environments (like the office tea room) where everyone is too scared to be looked at as a free thinker.

Maybe this is a sign that soon everyone can talk more freely about controversial subject matter without fear of been stigmatised as a loony!

Weall know how easy it is to get an individual alone to admit how they "believe" in various esoteric/conspiracy subjects, but the moment there is a group together most people find it easier to laugh at the individual who goes against the grain.

Maybe this comis=c is a comentry or what is going on and is an example of a msm news outlet going against the grain?

Clever either way because we are all talking about it. And there is no way they have some inside knowledge of some terrorist threat. It is a story. Sometimes fiction holds some truth and I think this is a great example of that.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 04:50 PM
Herge the brilliant comic inventor of Tintin in Belguim, popularised in France in the 1920's - 60's and now probably the most published classic comic ever. It revolved around what we came to define as "conspiracy". From the earliest stories where he parodied colonial rule in the Congo, to later episodes where he piloted rockets to the moon, invented doomsday and biological weapons and ancient mysteries of the Maya and ufos, all way before there time.

Jonny Quest (the original Hanna barbera series from 1964) did this as well ans well as Blake and Mortimer. another french masterpiece.

I love these stories, and authors and artists at the time were also accused of inventing terror, been nazis and so on.

Herge was accused of being a gay nazi with an unhealthy affection for his poodle, simply because the character he invented was a little suss......

When in reality all they were doing was using comics, often aimed at kids, to express an understanding of future concepts and world events.

Look them all up if you don't follow me. All these were played and published in msm at the times. And all are popular throughout generation after generation. Also Biggles, Modest Blaise and Dan Dare come to mind.

Just seems like a while since we had a decent thought provoking comic in a popular paper.

People have become to used to crap. Garfild doesn't cut it in 2009.

I hope the publication of this comic stirs up all sorts of debate. If it holds any merit it will be read in 50 years, published in 20 languages, and hopefully not literally true.

Comics are not just for kids, but they do help kids understand concepts beyond their level and can be as though provocing as Huxley or Orwell.

It is because of these comics I grew up with that I am on ATS nowadays.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 04:54 PM
This is why I never bring up that I post on ATS to anyone I know.
If anyone were to view the site and see things like this, they'd probably consider me to be equally insane.
Of course, not acknowledging this as some sort of proof or disclosure will probably make me some form of "Blind sheeple".

[edit on 11-2-2009 by Dewm0nster]

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 05:17 PM
reply to post by 2Faced

the daily star was quoting something about ufo's in yesterdays paper and guess where the article was sourced ATS !!

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 05:25 PM
reply to post by serpentine

I remember when the first blackjack was on their website, it did not have it's own section, supporting fluff or logical address like it has now, eg: (blank white page with video in)

unlike now which reads:

and is now apparently published in their paper?! I don't believe the first one was, or if it indeed has been and I missed it then I can only assume it was after the address was leaked as everybody was clueless.

Seems like after the word got out they've run with the series, either to cover or a nice bit of viral marketing. I'll let you lot decide which is which, personally I'm not sold either way.

[edit on 11-2-2009 by Goathief]

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 05:32 PM

A cartoon made just for you here who are the ultra paranoid and highly gullible in denial.
Get some common sense like a rare amount of members here who know this is just a cartoon made to be controversial and made for a specific group who also think xenu and nibiru exists and our politicians are all reptiles. ROFL what a joke.

posted on Feb, 11 2009 @ 05:34 PM
Personally, I think it is very clever marketing on the Daily Telegraph's part. If you have people talking about it, then people will buy it to see for themselves ...... well done the Telegraph.

As for the people complaining on David Icke's website ... It sounds like they are green with envy, because they didnt think of it first ......... again, well done the Telegraph.

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