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Disgusting subliminal programming in an episode of Breaking Bad: as the protagonist leafs through a notebook for a crystal meth lab, a Ron Paul 2008 sticker is shown for one fifth of a second. The last thing said by the DEA agent before the sticker is shown is "one of Hitler's guys."
Originally posted by James1982
How INCREDIBLY INCREDIBLY IGNORANT you are!
PLEASE, in the future, when you don't know ANYTHING about what your talking about, shut it.
There was ZERO connection made between Ron Paul and Nazis.
I'll inform you here, since you obviously don't know anything that your talking about.
The show's main character, Walter White is a Chemistry Teacher that began cooking meth to pay for his cancer treatment, and provide for his family after he died (from cancer)
His "alter-ego" is "heisenberg" which he got from the heisenberg uncertainty principle. That is the ONLY Nazi connection here.
He was working at a super-lab for a meth kingpin Gustavo Fring, who had recruited another chemist named Gale to cook his meth originally. After gale tester Walter's meth, it was of such high purity that Gale wanted Gus to recruit Walter.
So Walter and Gale work in the lab together, Walter figures out that Gustavo is going to kill Walter, and wants Gale to copy Walter's formula. In order to save his own life, Walter has his partner (Jessie Pinkman) kill Gale so that Gus has no other choice but to keep Walter as his cook.
After Jessie kills Gale, obviously there is an investigation into the murder. When searching Gale's house, the police find a notebook that has various formulas, and a layout for the superlab that Gale and Walk were cooking in.
The police bring the notebook to a DEA agent Hank, who is Walter's brother-in-law. He had been hunting Heisenberg for awhile, never knowing it was his own brother-in-law he was looking for.
As they are flipping through the notebook, Gale has a Ron Paul sticker in there.
That's it. There is nothing to this ridiculous thread. Gale was presented as probably one of THE most "good" and sympathetic characters in the entire show. He stated how he was a libertarian. If anything they are saying Paul supporters are GOOD people because like I said Gale was one of the most "good" and "innocent" characters of the show.
So there no intention to connect Nazis to Ron Paul. The guy with the Ron Paul sticker was NOT even the guy they were talking about when referencing Nazis.
In other words, to put it simply (since anyone that believes this BS would probably need it spelled out simply) anyone who actually watches this show, and knows the plot and the characters, would NOT related Ron Paul to Nazis. They would relate Ron Paul to an intelligent, kind, innocent individual (Gale) Your saying that's a bad thing?
So please, get your chit in order before you go around making stupid claims about that which you do not know.edit on 24-8-2012 by James1982 because: (no reason given)