How can that even make sense? The simple fact that the stickmen are aware of people being herded like animals into repetitive socially accepted
(imposed) behaviour pretty much punches a hole in that theory. This is what the awakening is.
You might be right of course, and that was the original intention of the comic creator, but if so out of a strange quirk of fate what is really there
in black and white (and blue) is something entirely different. It's the actual awakening to the pointlessness of modern life...
how many people on here say things like "LOOK AROUND PEOPLE! SEE THE TRUTH ABOUT (insert any random theory here)" there are a lot of people saying
the same exact thing but "others" are being sheep about different things, whether its 9/11 or vaccines or reptilians. people look at the people
around them and think about how stupid and "blind" those people are.
i think the comic was poling fun at people who think they have some sort of advanced knowledge about whats actually going on, instead of pointing out
that there are mostly people who know whats "really" going on and everyone is just unaware of it. i dont think the latter would be funny while the
former makes me laugh.
Maybe the picture could also mean that people believe in conspiracy, but not the same conspiracy. Or something like that, because I am sure that all
of us has a different view on even the same conspiracy. But I also lean to the selfish "I'm Awake, these people aren't" philosophy.
Yeah. Definitely. I think generally there are very few people who actually believe that "all is a'right with the world". You don't have to believe
in any specific theory to be "awake" imo, you just have to doubt the established norm, any established norm, and I think most people do.
A very deep exposition on our societies dying art of inter personal communication skills. Our entertainments are slowly turning us into isolated
islands of thinkers, our minds yearning to reach out and communicate or receive pearls of wisdom; yet at the same time apprehensive and fearful of
ridicule and being ostracized by peers
Actually I'm pretty sure the comic is saying those who believe they know the truth about our society still depend on it. So in a way they are
hypocrites. but its open for interpretation and I liked the interpretation the OP has. Which is people are starting to wake up, and that's where we
are. We just haven't been able to push back all the negative karma the other way since our disgusting society has been in place far too long. It's
like a moving train, we have to push back the other way as hard as the momentum it already has.
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