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  1. Don Wassall

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    I haven't watched cartoons since the days of the Jetsons and Flintstones. I'm channel surfing just now and see that the Comedy Network is running a one hour show about how South Park is created and produced. The brains behind the show, Matt Stone and Trey Parker, both strike me as homosexual. Maybe they are metrosexuals, or just typical emasculated American "white men."

    My opinion of South Park is that it, and many cartoons in general, are very subversive. Because they are "just cartoons," they can get away with a lot as far as content and message. But as with prime time shows, I can't watch South Park for more than a few minutes. But the little I've seen of South Park and stuff like Adult Swim, Ugly Americans, and other cartoon shows is that they are degenerate and disgusting to the core. Hardly a surprise in Cultural Marxist run "America."
     
  2. JReb1

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    One of them is a jew, Stone I believe.
     
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    Almost everything on tv now is either overt (like their news and commentaries) or covert propaganda (like cartoons, comedies, etc.). And they especially like to mold the kids' minds. Kill your television!
     
  4. Drunkjewishfan

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    South Park as vile as it is actually has some good social commentary and satire. It will never be as good as The Simpsons circa 94-97 but their cartoons about alledged Pyschic Johnathan Edawards and Facebook are spot on. Then again its very profane at times and dull but I actually enjoy the show for the most part.
    It beats Family Guy where there is at least one Jewish reference in about 90 % of the shows and thats is a fact.
     
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  5. Highlander

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    Well, Don, not too long ago they did buy a large house together somewhere in the Colorado mountains and live in it together. They dress in drag a lot too. If it looks like a duck, talks like a duck and dresses like a pig, then...

    Not only is there a "race to the bottom" economically, but culturally, too...especially in this country. The lowest common denominator now rules our way of life.

    I was channel surfing last night and came across a couple of highly-rated "ghost horror" movies from the mid 1940's on TCM and the contrast in culture, dress and mannerisms (especially of the women and girls), is extremely stark compared to today. It was so alien compared to what you see today that it felt like I was watching television programming being beamed in from another far-away planet.

    Now that television programming has been around for about 60 or 70 years now, it can be used as a barometer to show just how far culture and society has changed. Just compare the pre-Feminist/pre-CM plots of The Flintstones to ones of the last 20 years or so. Fred bursting through the front door, coming home from work, saying "Wilma!!!", wanting to make sure dinner was ready so he could devour the massive baby brontosaurus leg that Wilma had prepared for him. Or, when Wilma was at the hospital giving birth to Pebbles while Fred had to stay out in the waiting room, pacing around nervously, because he wasn't allowed to be in her room while she was giving birth. If I remember correctly, he had a box of cigars ready to hand out to his buddies. And there sure-as-hell was no such thing as "Girls Night Out" then, either. And don't get me started on sitcoms, detective shows, "family" dramas, etc. Even the TV show "Jake and the FAT Man", starring the late actor William Conrad from 1970's "Cannon" fame, played through the early 90's. You couldn't use a title like that now.

    I think some people are starting to realize this stark contrast by some of the comments I've seen on YouTube. One comment had the top "thumbs up" comment where there were like 20 or 30 or so "thumbs up" for a poster (a female) that made a comment on an old (pre-CM, pre-feminist) Twilight Zone episode from the early 1960's called, "The Midnight Sun", lamenting the fact that modern women no longer had the qualities like the main female actress in this episode.

    It was also good to catch 1982's "The Thing" on Encore HD last night before I went to bed, another one of my top favorite movies. In my opinion, 1982 was the last year before PC really started coming on strong where, now, in 2011, we have a new "The Thing" movie remake coming out next week...with a female in the lead and as the protagonist.

    Hollyweird is hard at work trying to make sure that all of the old, non-CM/non-PC movies will be "re-imagined" and "updated" to reflect their newly manufactured, unnatural, paradigm. In the meantime, all new movies and TV programming will become bereft of these old themes and paradigms and replaced with the meme of buffoonish, self-loathing, emasculated, White men, and strong, independent, whorish, women. Love replaced with loneliness and/or many "hookups" as empty as the plot and the characters in which they exist.
     
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  6. Truthteller

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    Pretty much spot on. Basically I'm down to only watching some sports, a few retro comedies (Three's Company, A-Team, ect.) on Antenna TV & TV Land and Animal Planet -- everything else is so bad (so kosher-ized), it's unwatchable -- just yiddish propaganda to build up minorities and gays and make white males look like idiots.

    Caught a few moments of CBS' new "smash hit comedy" Two Broke Girls', with it's diverse cast, a few weeks ago and it sucked balls....Last week, the ugly, fat Jewish girl on the show that gave herself a fake goy name as a child said to her blonde friend 'my god the President is so hot'....Yea, right, I'm sure most college-aged girls are attracted to skinny, big-eared mulatto's, that are twice their age....just more kosher bull$hit aimed at our young white girls. From that line on, I will never watch a second of that garbage again.

    But this has been going on for years, although more stealthy. While watching classic TV a few weeks ago, I saw an episode of the Partridge Family (a show I don't really like) where Danny was lying about being Jewish so he could date the Rabbi's daughter....eventually, Danny must apolagize for lying about being a yid, but good comes when the Goy Patridge's eat over at the Rabbi's house and discover the joys of diversity and Jewish cuisine. That episode must've been from the early 70's and they were already pushing their pro Jewish, pro Israel agenda.

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  7. Don Wassall

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    It was in the early 1970s that Cultural Marxism began to be pushed hard on TV shows. "All in the Family" was a landmark show that was profoundly effective in demonizing blue-collar White men as hopelessly stupid and backward bigots. That was when the counter-culture was at its peak -- as William F. Buckley aptly observed, what's thought of as the "1960s" was actually from 1964 to 1974. By the mid-'70s White resistance to the Permanent Cultural Marxist Revolution was pretty much snuffed out. From then on, the system began pushing communist feminism in a huge way, followed by our current era of the homosexualization of U.S. "culture" with its manly women and womanly men.

    The sit-coms of the 1960s were pretty much non-political, which is why so many of them are still popular and are vastly superior to the Cultural Marxist crap found on the idiot tube ever since then.
     
  8. white is right

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    All In The Family had about 4 or 5 spin offs and they all had the same liberal agenda. Maybe the worst show was Maude, which was a show that was non stop harping about women's rights. It probably had the ugliest female lead ever in Bea Arthur who looked like Golda Meir on an exercise program....:tongue:
     
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    The worst Cm movie of all time has to be The Princess Bride. Its a slighty funny movie that is very uneven. Unfortunately it has a cult following for reasons I don't understand.
    The kid in the movie is Josh Savage. The annoying kid from the Wonder Years. His grandfather is Peter Falk, another Jew who was Columbo I beleive. Enigo Montoya played by Jewish Mandy Pantinkin has the best lines. His nemesis, the 6 finger guy played by Christopher Guest is Jewish ( lord help me but Guest is a genious in his movies " Waiting for Guffman, A Mighty Wind and Best in Show) and the two old wizards are played by Jews of Carol Kain and Billy Crystal. If Jews make up 2 percent of the population why do they dominate 9 out of the top 11 characters in this movie? Also Wallace Shawn who is Jewish plays the smart guy who gets foiled in the drinking game with Cary Elwes.
     
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    I did enjoy Eric Cartman's "Not My Waterpark" song.

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    South Park tends to have a kernel of insight along with the quite vulgar chaff more than any other show I can think of. Sometimes it seems they slip a lot of stuff into the show by having the usually villainous Eric Cartman advocate it. So the inappropriate views are held by a "bad" character; except Cartman is everyone's favorite character. The show does seem pro-gay and as far as worldview the show seems to veer back and forth between common sense and a nihilistic libertarianism.
     
  11. Drunkjewishfan

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    Once again I am not pro gay but so what. The only thing that bothers me is that gays 25 years ago were just hated by everyone. Now we have shows like " Queer Eye for the Straight Guy" and such. I personally have gay friends and would hope to have more though I find their sexuality disgusting. I could never have sex with another dude. Its just wrong. Dont people here think if gay people could change who they are they would? You don't choose your sexuality. Its quite obvious that a large amount of Lesbians look very boyish and a large amount of gay men are very effeminate with slurred speech. The only people I have seen who aparently are gay whop don't look the part is Mike Brady ( Robert Reid ) from the Brady Bunch and actress Portia Derosie who is quite clearly mentally challenged. I know of Rock Hudson but have never witnessed any of his movies yet.
     
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    Absolutely and W.F.B. was entirely correct on "the 60's" effectively being from those span of years since the CM media like to conflate the so-called "Women's Movement" from the early 70's with the other Cult Marx movements of the 60's. The previously-mentioned "Maude", "One Day at a Time", "Rhoda", and, who (alive in that era) could forget "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and it's theme song with the coda "We're going to make it after all." Who and what does she mean by "We're"?

    The sitcoms of that era, in particular, were rife with a politically-oriented CM agenda while today they've degenerated into more of a "gender raunch" variety. In fact, it's hard to remember a single sitcom back then that wasn't infused with it. However, for other genres, like family dramas, "The Waltons" ran from 1971-1981 and "LHONTP" ran from 1974-1983. In addition to those conservative family dramas, there were many "Private Eye" shows that either featured a strong and/or intelligent and/or charming alpha White male character in the lead, including "Mannix", "Kojak", "Columbo", "Hawaii-Five O", "The Streets of San Francisco", "Cannon" (bald fat man), "Barnaby Jones" (old White man (unbelievable today)), "Rockford Files", "Vegas", etc. By the early 1980's these were pretty much only found only in syndication, if at all. "Magnum P.I." was CM-free, but it started in 1980. And "Dallas" was CM-free prior to 1983, but not after.

    I intended my remark about 1982 to be more about that year being the last year that a program could really exist that was not infused with some form of CM. After that year, for all practical purposes, forget it, with maybe a few notable exceptions..."MacGyver" (1985-1992) and "Airwolf" (1984-1986) come to mind, although I never really watched them much.

    Clint Eastwood took some serious flak with the media with his 1983 Dirty Harry movie "Sudden Impact" because he dared to include a scene portraying blacks as criminals and his character's violent solution to their criminality.

    For his next Dirty Harry movie, "The Dead Pool", Whites were the only criminals. In the first "Die Hard" movie in 1988, the villains were "White supremacists", in "Aliens" from 1986 the protagonist was a heroine bucking and giving orders, and ultimately defeating the alien.

    Anyway, to get back to South Park, Paleocon is spot-on about the "bad guy" (a kid) in SouthPark being the one with the politically incorrect views (must be flawed to have those kind of views.) And talking about "subversive messages" in cartoons and other "children's programming", you have to look no further than Saturday mornings on ABC, Nickelodeon, and the ABC Family Channel. In addition, I've noticed it on the Cartoon Network as well. Many parents still think that "it's just a cartoon", so they let their kids watch it for hours on end, when instead it is deliberately placed propaganda with the intention of forming the young minds of children at an age when they are particularly susceptible to the power of suggestion.
     
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  13. Don Wassall

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    There was an article on The Spearhead several months ago about how in cartoons today, girls are always the leaders while boys are secondary and pretty much useless, much like how gender dynamics are portrayed on prime time TV.

    I've also noticed that cartoons are rife with nudity, always male. I watched a cartoon on Comedy Central a while back that featured full male nudity, with the character's genitals pixilated. Another show I watched on the Cartoon Network featured a character who was naked with an erection the entire time, which was "hidden" by a black box. In fact, on the rare occasions I watch cartoons there often seems to be male nudity but never female nudity of any kind. Bigunreal has written about how The Simpsons are a great example of this. Pure unchecked homosexual and feminist degeneracy.
     
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    Yes, and then the leviathan septic tank was continually impregnated until nearly every single American TV commercial exhibited its obedience to these “sex swap†creeds. Your posts in this thread have been superb.



    Great post (among many)…I covet your tremendously observant qualities.

    When “South Park†first debuted (1997), I was still in elementary school. Despite the fact that my parents had prohibited me from watching the show, I was still a dedicated fan. The first few seasons merely featured zany plots, hardcore bashing of nearly every celebrity, parodies of the latest news stories, 8-year olds using extremely foul language, silly songs, etc. In the later seasons, it’s obvious that Parker and Stone attempted to dwarf the “shock value†of their previous works. This meant, of course, a sharp increase in the use of homosexual, bisexual, and transsexual characters. This was coupled with the growing ruthlessness of the most popular character, Eric Cartman. This character slowly blossomed into a new age “Archie Bunker.†He’s fat, loathes women, pitilessly mocks gays, is a devout Christian, is a Neo-Nazi, despises hippies, belittles the handicapped, disrespects the elderly, is xenophobic towards non-whites, is extremely arrogant, and is without question the most hardcore anti-Semitic character in the history of American television. He ridicules Jewish celebrities, he speaks openly with concern to the Jewish influence upon America, he mercilessly taunts the show’s only Jewish child (Kyle), he loves Mel Gibson (and has a “Braveheart†poster in his room), and he even uses the “K-wordâ€â€¦

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    It’s hard to believe that Cartman’s putrid treatment of Jews on the show is actually permitted to be televised. He frequently says things like “Christ-Killers,†“K-ke,†“Filthy Jew,†“Jew Boy,†and that “Jews belong in hell, along with all those who don’t’ accept Christ.â€

    There have been countless other instances of pro-white, anti-black musings on South Park…

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  15. Truthteller

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    Thanks to my cable system getting Antenna TV last spring, I've been able to track some of the shows from 70's and 80's that I either never saw or could barely remember. Two shows that are in their current lineup that were a preview of things to come (in terms of degeneracy) were "SOAP" and "Too Close for Comfort"

    "Too close for Comfort", was/is off the charts bad (unwatchable) and nothing more than obvious left-wing propaganda from the early 1980's: Two liberal Goy parents, with pretty daughters living downstairs, who were constantly throwing around Yiddish terms and talking about Jewish customs, while always preaching the Marxist agenda -- race-mixing is okay, feminism, exalting minorities. There was also the very obvious homosexual male Monroe Ficus (JM J Bullock), who was the shows 'break out star'. While Jody from "SOAP" (Billy Crystal) might've pretended to be gay on that show, there was no doubt Monroe was an actual homosexual, even though his sexuality was rarely broached on the show.


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    I must admit that I enjoy the show. Some episodes are really stupid and make no sense at all. Sure the show makes whites look stupid at times but blacks and Jews are constantly targeted as well. Where else can you find something like that these days?
     
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    When this show was on I was in junior high and never met an open homosexual and I knew he was light in the loafers. It was a real shocker when he came out about ten years later....
     
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    Paul Lynde was as openly queer as could be without actually announcing it, and according to Wikipedia first appeared on Hollywood Squares in 1966, and was a fixture on the show until his death in 1982. He was a harbinger of today's beyond disgusting U.S. of Gay.
     
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    Back when it was first broadcasted, it was one of my fav shows. I was 15/16 then. It was an precrusor for an all time favorite of mine , "The White Shadow" unknown at the time, it was an instrament of the caste system we have today.

    The negros were all supa affelets and the lone token White and hispanic players were compentent players, but for some "weird" reason the token jew was just on the team for jokes. Either he was the joke or he attempted to crack lame jokes.

    For some reason, I distinctely remember Salami (cool White player)banging a hot White teacher of his. Funny, that is the only plot line I can remember, along with toupee that the head coach sported the entire 4 years of broadcast. LOL
     
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    Don, thanks for the info. I guess I stand corrected, Bullock was not the first 'obvious gay' on TV...Heck, he wasn't even the first on Hollyweird Squares. Actually, as I noted earlier in this thread, I watched a few episodes of SOAP on cable this spring. Billy Crystal played an openly gay character on that show (around 1979?), who was dating an NFL quarterback. Thing is, as nerdy as Crystal was/still is, he never does come off as gay and, according to wikipedia, network censors made sure there would be no touching between men. Him and his 'boyfriend' were not even allowed to shake hands on TV.

    West, a couple years ago a local sports channel ran episodes of the White Shadow a few times a week for about 12 months. So I saw most of the episodes then. At the very end they added a white superstar -- Paddy Falahey, perhaps in a last ditch effort to boost the fast-dropping ratings for a show that didn't last that long? Paddy was portrayed as a tough Irish kid/ex-street thug from Boston, who had college/pro potential (the next Larry Bird?). He's even shown dunking in the shows final season intro, but isn't well remembered because WS was quickly canned after he was added.
     
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    I think The White Shadow was going to try and flip over the cast similar to a college team or a high school team. The shows ratings were just too poor for the show to go on. It was considered ground breaking for it's use of Blacks in authority positions and it's interracial cast. I do recall some memorable moments like the episode where the team tried to get a recording contract and were aced out of the profits by a corrupt record executive or the time a star player transferred and he was shaving points for a local bookie. The show also had a gay character who was a star player but kept on transferring schools whenever he was outed by a fellow teammate. As for Goldstein he never saw the floor and was basically the team manager and had weird story on why he lived in Watts ie his parents died and he moved in with his retired grandparents.
     
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    South Park is politically incorrect in many ways, which isn't a bad thing by itself, but like so much of TV today it is filled with too much filth. I've seen a few episodes, but I can't tolerate the non-race related vulgar and blasphemous language.
     

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