posted on Feb, 15 2012 @ 08:53 AM
reply to post by Cythraul
I noticed everything everyone else noticed, but some other things that stuck out to me as well.. I don't know, maybe I'm reaching, but:
1, The stripes on the shirt clearly can represent the stripes on the flag, but for some odd reason they have the stripes separated down the middle?
Perhaps showing the division that the 'war on terror' would bring?.. "A people united, will never be defeated"..
2, The paper people remind me of world unity? Perhaps a world changing event they knew would bring about a "New World Order".. Also, any time we
did this in school, the feet were still connected as well as the arms, perhaps another symbol of division?
Also, the rolled up pants legs? Is that a style that came about from the Great Depression initially? Kids wearing clothes to big because they
couldn't afford to buy new things and having to roll them up? The rolled up pants certainly don't fit with the rest of the more modern imagery..
particularly the modern plane.
Maybe I'm reaching, thoughts?