Infowars: Illuminati dives into cartoon network Adult Swim

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  1. iBlazed macrumors 68000

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    You guys all know the fanatical conspiracy loving "news site" infowars. However, you may not know about a new 15 minute cartoon show that premiered on Adult Swim this past week. It's called Mr. Pickles. It's about a boarder collie with a satanic streak.

    If you needed anymore proof Infowars is a crock of BS, they actually believe that Mr. Pickles is created by the illuminati because they actually flash the word ILLUMINATI across the screen in the beginning of the show, Infowars calls this "subliminal". When in reality, I saw the live broadcast and it's still available on demand, there's really nothing "subliminal" about it. If it were supposed to be subliminal wouldn't they make it so you can't consciously see it? They also claim the show promote satanism and abortion.

    This is supposed to be a rude, crude adult show with no limits and very dark humor. Now if only people would stop sharing stories from Infowars on my facebook news feed as if they're to be taken seriously. Below I will post the pilot episode of Mr. Pickles, here is the Infowars story. This version of the pilot is a preview from 6 months ago and is very slightly different than the version that aired on Adult Swim this week.
    EDIT: Actually this unaired pilot is completely different than the version that aired. That one is available on Adult Swim On Demand if you have cable. I have Optimum.
     
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    All "news" is essentially bulls**t. There is too much half truths, propaganda and deception everywhere.
    In my estimation Infowars has still a higher "truth-percentage" than other newspages.
     
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    They're seriously claiming that mr. Pickles is trying to indoctrinate people into being abortion loving satanists. I highly doubt their "truth percentage" is higher. Only a naive 20-something male who identifies as "libertarian" can take a conspiracy BS site like that seriously. Infowars is a crock, and the funny part is that people who are fans of it call others "sheep", if only they saw the irony...
     
  4. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    I'm a bit confused.

    The person who analyzes the cartoon and the "bumper" that has the word ILLUMINATI briefly in it, thinks that the word ILLUMINATI is the creepiest part of the cartoon, and not the endless stream of gratuitous violent and semi-pornagraphic filth that plays for over 11 minutes in the actual cartoon.

    And to top it off, he says he doesn't really believe in the Illuminati anyway.

    The cartoon is bad enough. It doesn't need the InfoWars world conspiracy spin to make it worse than it actually is.
     
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    A cartoon, the illuminati, conspiracies, Satanism, abortions, Mr. Pickles (whoever that is?), Infowars, ... :D ...
    Sounds entertaining. I didn't watch this video btw.
     
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    Granted, you have to pay to access all of it for an extended period. But, try comparing Infowars to the NY Times site:

    http://www.nytimes.com/
     
  7. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    If you like mind-bogglingly gratuitous violence and sex it might be worth a peek.
     
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    I definitely see your point. It is obvious that the New York Times is owned and controlled by the New World Order and is seeking to brainwash all of us.

    The only things I see on the NY Times website are lies and propaganda. Well, they aren't fooling me and my libertarian brain. I'm onto them and I will exercise my right in the free market to refuse to purchase their editorial.
     
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    Based on what exactly?
     
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    Holy crap Mr. Pickles is going to be on TV!? Thats probably going to outdo South Park in raunchiness.


    Edit: As for Infowars, its wrong almost all of the time. Alex Jones is a very smart business man, he mixes a little fact, with a whole lot of fiction and the idiots out there eat it up as fact because it's "secret knowledge" that the "stupid masses" don't know about. This gets him oodles of page clicks.

    Kind of like how fake enhancement pill spam works, pretend you have secret knowledge and people believe it.
     
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    There is a good amount of truth coming out of Jones' mouth. However, he's a puppet just like the rest.

    Pieces like the one in the OP are designed to make people think that anyone remotely associated with conspiracy theorists are bat **** crazy and shouldn't be listened to.

    Just the term 'conspiracy theory/theorist' conjures up a negative image. That's not an accident.

    You know, for years and years guys were telling people how the government was listening/reading everything they did, and people called them loons.

    Turns out they were right all along.

    I'm not saying everything Jones says is true, hell no, but I'm saying don't be so dismissive. Just like with any topic, you alone must wade through the BS and figure out what's true or not- don't just assume it's all crap.

    Same can be said about MSM, I'm not one to say everything they put out is a lie... I do think a lot of it is though.

    Just my two cents.
     
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    I don't see him as a puppet, just as someone taking advantage of gullible, frightened, paranoid Americans ... a demographic that has made many men rich and famous before Jones.

    Who is Jone's puppet master?
     
  13. powerstrokin macrumors 6502a

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    More or less, I'll agree with that as well.
     
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    Mr. Pickles and family guy are not even remotely similar. Family guy actually takes thought and knowledge of history and popular culture to understand. Mr. Pickles is pure raunchiness.
     
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    Confusing Satire with Satanism...

    Sure, it's irreverent and gratuitous, but it's over-the-top grotesqueries combined with an AntiLassie named "Mr. Pickles" makes it too hard to resist watching it.

    The opening theme song is especially amusing, with it's absurd sequence of "subliminals" that includes 666, pentagrams, and Illuminati imagery, etc.

    Another personal favorite is the backwards masking used on Mr. Pickles' voice, when he takes control over another animal or animals, as the video below demonstrates. I can't imagine how anyone take this show seriously, but looking around YouTube I see several people felt compelled to make videos warning the world about this "Satanic cartoon." :p



    And did I mention that Brooke Shields does the voice of Mrs. Goodman...
     
  17. iBlazed thread starter macrumors 68000

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    Agreed. I'm hooked. Maybe that's exactly what the illuminati want. :D

    I think the finalized pilot that aired last Sunday was much better than the version on YouTube from March. Excited for a new episode tomorrow. My dog's new nickname is Mr. Pickles. :cool:
     
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    The power of the pyramid :p

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    Alex Jones being the guy that thinks fluoride in toothpaste and deadly fluorine gas are the same thing, yknow like how there's explosive hydrogen and oxygen in our water.
     
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    I caution your casually dismissive attitude about fluoride. Without getting into a big argument about it, I'll ask-

    If fluoride is for tooth health, why is it in baby water? Babies don't even have teeth, and the teeth they will get they will lose anyway.
     
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    Okay some one willing to explain on what hell I just watched? This is going to be a real show on Adult Swim???

    Hugh
     
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    Perhaps I'm ignorant because I've never had children, but what on Earth is "baby water"?
     
  23. ScottishDuck macrumors 6502a

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    They have gums.
     
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    Specialized purified (added minerals for nutrition) water meant to be mixed in with formula for babies at around 6 months of age.

    This product doesn’t contain fluoride.

    Apparently not all baby water has fluoride although some might when ones pediatrician recommends it. It’s not needed for the first 6 months though.


    Here is more on the CCD on florid and babies
     
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    People in Africa have lovely teeth... no fluoridated water. 'splain that.
     

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