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Originally posted by The Vagabond
The reality-bending popularity and persistence of the zombie craze is interesting, and does lend itself to conspiracy theory pretty nicely. The part that bugs me is that 90% of what zombies do is walk around aimlessly and unarmed not doing very much except looking awful, so if an actual hysteria were to break out over a perceived zombie outbreak, it could lend itself to the massacre of anyone from refugees, to the sick, to the homeless, to rioters, to the slightly dirty or disheveled.
Originally posted by ajay59
I guess we will all see, when April 27th rolls around and there is a mass shooting or similar occurrence, that will be all-telling. Why a government agency would use fantasy type themes is beyond me. Unless they are trying to project some kind of mind control/manipulation on the people.
In any case, why would the government be using these 'alien' type scenarios after decades of denial of E.T. existence unless to initiate some project "Blue Beam" type operation?edit on 6-3-2013 by ajay59 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by LucidDreamer85
Why didn't they plan for a big pink elephant dropping in from space and eating people ?
Maybe next year they will, if big pink elephants become as popular as zombies are now. Somehow I doubt that they will though. Not as scary as the walking dead.
A mass paratroop drop by invading aliens who looked like two-trunked elephants flying hang gliders and wearing platform shoes (designed to absorb the landing impact). The characters witnessing it start laughing when they see it... and promptly stop when they spot the guns.