That's right. The cheapest method for producing aspartame (artificial sweetener in diet soda) is to feed toxic, genetically modified, cloned E. coli
bacteria sludge and then harvest the poop from the GMO bacteria. The poop is the aspartame. Isn't that delightful?? I guess that explains why
NutraSweet always tasted like crap to me.
Don't believe me? Check this news article from the MSM in 1999.
Ok.. So now to the point of my post. After learning this information it clicked in my head that I had already been indoctrinated into thinking this
sort of thing is OK. Matt Groening is a 33rd degree Freemason who has obviously been privy to insider information for years **cough 9/11 cough**. He
uses much of this information to make shows that are humorous to the public, but have a more sinister agenda.
Anybody remember the episode about Slurm? The delicious drink that had the secret ingredient? After they snuck in the secret area they found out the
dark secret... Watch this clip if you don't know what I'm talking about already.
Yeah, the secret ingredient is toxic looking sludge being excreted out the rear end of a slug looking bacteria..... Anyone see the similarity to real
And if you don't believe me that Groening is a Freemason, watch this clip from a 1993 episode.
Out of nowhere it says "Freemasons run the country".
Also there is a whole episode dedicated to parodying Freemasonry, with tons of occult symbolism. Obviously he is well studied.
Also there's tons of non-accidental Illuminati symbolism in the Simpsons Movie, especially the sign that the chief of EPA makes with his hands after
he tells Springfield that they are going to get blown up.
I can definitely see the similarities, thus the potential parody. However, can you draw the analogy from slugs to bacteria?
I think what this episode does show is that consumers can be very ignorant of how the food they eat is made, what constitutes this food, and where it
originates. It does show that one must question the industries that produce these addictive and harmful foods.
Now, this is just me playing devil's advocate here but....
Where you see indoctrination, I could potentially see plea to question addictive foods. Of course, this could just be coincidence as well.
$&F! Heh its a good thing that most drinks here in Iraq are all natural and have hardly any artificial ingredients. Too bad when I go back to the
states im going to have to eat regular crap again.:shk:
In this thread are a whole bunch of people who have been eating stuff with xantham gum in it all their lives and don't care. Or for that matter,
alcohol. Or the carbon dioxide that rises bread.
Alarmism is a bunch of bullcrap. Whether or not aspartame is bad for you doesn't change the fact that the excretions of bacteria have formed an
important part of mankind's diet since the dawn of agriculture. You might as well say you've been indoctrinated by the fact that alcohol has been
available for the past TEN THOUSAND PLUS YEARS.
I can now see why you would think Groening may be a Freemason. A lot of references in The Simpsons cartoon. Perhaps he just had a personal interest
in them? I do not think we can assume he is a 33rd Degree just from these "subliminals".
The very real health concerns about aspartame aside, the claims about Groening being a Freemason are pretty off-base. Yes, there are many references
to and parodies of Masonic elements within The Simpsons, but these are just for comedic effect, and Groening is the creator of The
Simpsons and Futurama, not the writer, of whom there have been many over the years. These cartoons are for entertainment purposes only.
Conspiracy-related topics are very entertaining, and often used in fiction for both serious and comedic purposes. Heck, 90% of the reason I visit this
site is for entertainment. I don't take it seriously, and I doubt Groening does either.
Oh, and another thing: Groening describes himself as an agnostic - isn't it a prerequisite of Freemasonry that one acknowledges the presence of a
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