reply to post by Signals
Why would anyone ever turn to entertainment media for historical information?
The New World Order, whether it's Bohemian Grove, the Illuminati, the Freemasons, or Zionist Jews, would not be "revealed" through children's
cartoons. Animators, directors, and screenwriters have fun making these things, and as such, will often incorporate current public interest into
Take, for an example, the film "2012" from the year 2009. Hollywood was not warning us about 2012, they were not revealing secret New World Order
plans. They took common public opinions about the subject: exploding volcanoes, giant tidal waves, solar radiation, earthquakes and fault-line
collapses; and combined them with other fringe fears: Russian evacuation arcs, the Maya calender countdown, and a worldwide conspiracy of rich, elite
individuals who knew it was coming and prepared to leave. This premise was not because it is real, but because those were the common trends circling
the noosphere about a possible 2012 event at the time the movie was made.
In the case of cartoons, the animators, writers, and directors are doing the same thing. They see something which appeals to the demographic they are
interested in getting to view, so they push the animation, storyline, and effects towards that thing.
Disney writers and animators, for example, are extremely edgy. Their comic book artists (where a majority of Ducktales comes from) were also very hip
about modern trends and cultural memes. As an example, look up how Scrooge McDuck, in "The Dream of a Lifetime" comic, outlines the plot of
Christopher Nolan's "Inception" years before the movie was made. Disney, writing a comic about dream realities, being caught in them, haunted by
past tormentors, and inevitably having to escape by releasing past trauma. Seems pretty interesting. But not Illuminati.
In fact, if you look at the context of the scene from the clip you've posted, you'll see that Scrooge is visiting a free clinic to get diagnosed by
a quack of a doctor, who says the "mental health" clinic is somewhere else. The scene is suggesting that the doctor, the office, and everything
there-in are products of insanity. Disney then, is suggesting that the Illuminati are a product of irrational idiocy.
I, for one, agree with Disney here.
There are no Illuminati anymore. The historical organizations all died out by 1779.
~ Wandering Scribe