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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 07:25 AM
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Suprised nobody hasn't mentioned Twangers yet .. its an episode of rainbow which is absolutely laced

there isnt a descent copy of it on youtube but i found 1 on this link

www.dailymotion.com...

if someone can embed it that would be great
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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 07:47 AM
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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
Yes OP, because clearly Peppa Pig is part of the grand plans of the NWO’s propaganda machine, how dare they promote environmental responsibility and ethnic diversity amongst our children with such a cute little pig.

But Seriously….

Is this the level that conspiracy theorist paranoia has reached, now even children’s TV has to be part of this grand yet fictitious conspiracy theory so many of you ignorantly buy into.

You all wonder why conspiracy theories get a bad name, this thread is the answer.

Or am I only be saying this because the Teletubbies brainwashed me to say it…

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not sure why you go to extreme demonisation lengths, this is not "fictitious"- I am pretty sure media have to be seen to be "promoting diversity" (usually parrotted about it being "central to everything they do")- that is estasblished, whether you want to class it is a conspiracy or not.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:27 AM
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Rude version of the childrens TV show made just for the crew to watch at Xmas and never broadcast


...from the daily motion site (under the video)

Outrageous, but "Innocent".



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:37 AM
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i live in the uk
so im still waiting for that kids stuff you said you watched

any reply would be nice ( in the form of a vid please)



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 08:42 AM
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Originally posted by iamdavid
I don't live in England, but I can receive satellite television from you.
For research, I even purchased the full sky tv package so I could watch everything you have access to.


Which country DO you live in?

Can you tell us a little about this research you are doing?


Why? Well, England is pretty much the melting pot of A LOT of different nationalities, and I foresee that the EU will follow along the same path in the future.


I don't wish to prejudice the results of your research, but there are ALREADY a lot of nationalities in the EU.



It's all about CO2, Accepting people from different races, and handicapped people.

Now I can agree on the last one, ...


Are you saying you CAN'T agree on the second one?



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 09:07 AM
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As we are still waiting to hear from the opening op concerning the TV programmes he is referring to, here are 6 of my favourite childrens TV programmes when I was growing up in the 70's.....

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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 09:10 AM
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All kids should watch Pingu. All kids.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 09:19 AM
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a trip down memory lane here and loving it
anyone remember ivor the engine and bagpuss
showing age now
and slips away for a bit

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and the first ever bagpuss
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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 09:44 AM
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I'm curious about a grown adult researching childrens TV in a country he doesn't even live in?
Running out of things to find an anti-UK subject for a topic perhaps?
I must say though, if I'd carried out a study of kids TV in another country I would certainly be better prepared with specific clips to back up my assertions. Without such examples it appears to be just an unsubstantiated personal rant.
I look forward to a stronger explanation from the OP, and would add that my mid-teen son is well balanced and a productive member of society regardless of his exposure to such TV in his early childhood.
TV should not be the only influence in a childs life, parental care makes the biggest difference in my experience.
Hey, what do I know though, I'm just some controlled subject of an unelected queen, emasculated due to restrictive gun laws and brainwashed by UK media



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 09:45 AM
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Yeah. I remember those. I loved getting up early on a Saturday, catching the end of the open university broadcast, then fingermouse and bagpuss.
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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 09:50 AM
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Originally posted by Spiro
My friends,

Children from a very early age are conditioned into violence, just take Tom and Jerry or Road Runner for example, beating the bajesus out of each other. Watership Down is another example of blood, sadness, negativity and violence. No child should have to experience these emotions, they should be free and feeling love, respect, honour, dignity, pride and service to others. I always felt sorry for Tom


The conditioning is heartbreaking on our future generations.

Be safe be well, love and loved

Spiro


Even as a child i knew the difference between cartoons and real life and no cartoons effected me in a negative way. I could watch Tom and Jerry 247 and not be effected. For that matter i understood violence in nature, having an awareness of many animals being dangerous.

There probably is "propaganda" in the cartoons the OP is referring to, i take it for granted, and I am guessing it is what some would refer to as leftist, but then most of the creators of the programming get too much of their history from movies, books and t.v shows that are dramatic in effect and in reality may have only a speck of truth, usually the costumes.
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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 09:56 AM
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I loved Bagpuss as a kid!
Here's a dubbed version of one episode which is pretty funny, WARNING, ADULT AUDIENCE, CONTAINS PROFANITY:



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:06 AM
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as a kid of the 70's the trips down memory lane with bagpuss and ivor etc are great, but the conspiracy theory angle on this on is pure facepalming excellence. you deserve a tinfoil hat welded to y'all permanently for this stunningly reality defying fail-fest.

on a slight tangent, any uk folk around the 40 mark remeber the show called "ludwig" about some tripped out world with a floating egg dominating the sky. my parents did not feed me hallucinogens, i'm pretty sure, would love to know if anyone else remembers it, i was v v young and details still elude me.

anyways, lets all calm down and take a trip on the ninky nonk



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:13 AM
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I'll raise you one Tiswas (Mmmm Sally James) and an episode of catweazle

At least the OP has helped us remember how good childrens telly has been



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:27 AM
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Tiswas! Only the greatest kids show ever! And sally james' garter belt - holy phwooar batman

I was actually on tiswas and had the honour of being the advert for it one week, gurning my heart out while sticking my face right into the camera. I knew a former phantom flan flinger when I was older too, and my sis did the dying fly in the studio for them too. It was the only good thing about growing up in the west mids in the gloomy 70's!

And, sigh, how many boys were, ahem, "awakened" by sally james I wonder?



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:38 AM
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Originally posted by OtherSideOfTheCoin
your trying to tell us that Bob the Builder is in cahoots with the Rothchilds or something.


Your saying he isn't? Come on...where does he get his supplies?!!

But I present to you the damning evidence:
"Bob the builder, can we fix it? Bob the builder -Yes we can-"
Yes we can...who else had that slogan..
maybe...Obama?

OBAAAAAAAMA!
-wrath of kahn shout-

And then lets consider the teletubbys...mhmm..clearly working with the molemen on the moon.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:42 AM
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Originally posted by HelenConway
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I love Bob the Builder and Postman Pat [ he is BBC] - but I do agree about the BBC children's acted programmes they are just so 'politically' staged it is pathetic.

For example I loved ' Merlin' and I actually loved the actress who played Guinevere - and she played the role really well - but she is mixed race / african / white.

Guinevere was a celtic princess she was white ..

Well, its all mythos. how many time has the story been reinvented and altered? It draws on some historical context mind you, but lets not suggest the story of Camelot is somehow historical fact that requires preservation.



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:47 AM
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Originally posted by grainofsand

Originally posted by iamdavid
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Well I think most of the channels are just the same except for the commercials...ITV must be for Ireland?...havn't watched the channels that speak Welsh, I cannot understand that language.

Honestly, it's your local stuff, you should know what I'm talking about, I haven't recorded everything I've seen, but I'll be happy to dig for it, if that will make the discussion somewhat to the point.

ITV = Independent Television, Apple actually tried to buy their .com but were refused.
Specific examples are always helpful when making any claims in a new thread, so far yours are general and do not draw me into believing that UK kids telesvision is anymore sinister and brainwashing than any other country.
It is good that you and others know England is not the UK.


Right. I think the point is...your supposed to teach kids about snack food and video games on their cartoons...not about how to be a responsible and intelligent person whom is aware of their surroundings. Less on the tolerance and science stuff and more stuff blowing up already!



posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:51 AM
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We had amazing t.v in the u.s in the late seventies, early eighties too and then came Pee Wee....Pee Wees playhouse, culminating in the classic Pee Wees Big Adventure. Pee Wee - Best character ever.

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posted on Feb, 23 2013 @ 10:52 AM
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Originally posted by iamdavid
I don't live in England, but I can receive satellite television from you.
For research, I even purchased the full sky tv package so I could watch everything you have access to.

Why? Well, England is pretty much the melting pot of A LOT of different nationalities, and I foresee that the EU will follow along the same path in the future.

I pretty much ended up watching the children programs, because, Whoa that stuff is just pure propaganda!

It's all about CO2, Accepting people from different races, and handicapped people.

Now I can agree on the last one, but seriously, why the hell can't a simple program for children aged maybe 1-5 not be just about, oh you know, things that are for children, do you not see the heavy load of political propaganda that is being force fed to the members of your future voters; who absolutely will accept everything as fact and is yet to develop a sense of critical thought..

I don't care how politically correct the message is, but this is just disgusting!

Just put the original message back here because people are derailing this thread,

going straight for the opportunity to post their favourite childhood tv shows.

That's great that you all watched TV as children,

Start your own "Golden years of children's telly" thread.

The OP has a point and a question;



but seriously, why the hell can't a simple program for children aged maybe 1-5 not be just about, oh you know, things that are for children, do you not see the heavy load of political propaganda that is being force fed to the members of your future voters; who absolutely will accept everything as fact and is yet to develop a sense of critical thought..


Who cares if he doesn't live in England.

I watched SKY from Germany.

He even uses the word "seriously",

so please take it seriously,

This is not a Kids TV nostalgia thread.

Who has eyes can see.

Who has a brain should be able to read.






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