posted on Nov, 20 2009 @ 08:48 PM
I'm sure that all of you refer to the writers of this cartoon (at least this episode) when you say "they". It's easy to show a video with some
link to the Illuminati and say "look, they're doing it too!". However, it would be much better to add the question, "who are they, and why are
they doing what exactly?".
I'm not sure what your opinion is of cartoon scriptwriters, but it seems to me that they're not quite on the A-list of scriptwriters. I also doubt
they would be writing scripts for cartoons if they have other more powerful functions. Not to say they don't do a reasonable job of apparently
keeping a cartoon alive artificially way past it's expiration date; but I think it would be an enormous stretch to interpret their creative works as
somehow related to their daily lives.
Put yourself in a scriptwriters position. Now imagine all your aspirations of big screenplays, fragrance commercials or 10 year sitcoms. Then picture
yourself ending up at low-budget cartoons. In this short-sighted example, would it be strange at all if you got somewhat frustrated? Would it really
be so out of place to write a satire of the people you think are in power? How many times have some of us posted "Ha, come and get me, stupid PTB!"
or something alike .. To me, this is the cartoon-scriptwriter's equivalent to such an outcry - because it seems far more likely than the scriptwriter
being an entity of significant societal power and actually doing this for the Illuminati.
By the way, what would the Illuminati have to gain by this? If I were producing that cartoon and a member of Illuminati, I'd surely see it as
damaging and put it down immediately. It ridicules the servants of the Illuminati and demonises the leader - I fail to see how that should help
Very freaky, nonetheless. I feel sorry for T&J - the poor buggers..
[edit on 20-11-2009 by scraze]