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The Fed Makes Comics
03-14-2007, 04:30 PM,
#1
The Fed Makes Comics
They've already made 12 comics: http://www.newyorkfed.org/publications/result.cfm?comics=1


Here's a link to read one online, Wishes and Rainbows:barf:

http://www.newyorkfed.org/publications/fra...%2Fwishes%2Epdf
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03-14-2007, 04:55 PM,
#2
The Fed Makes Comics
Made me cringe, thinking its target audience is the young'uns.
I'm lumping together various information concerning law (the illusion of control through words) here: http://honesty.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=59
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03-14-2007, 08:57 PM,
#3
The Fed Makes Comics
I don't get it. It doesn't even spread propaganda, because it doesn't really say anything about anything. Are they basically saying you can't figure it out so shut up and let us handle it?
The belief in 'coincidence' is the prevalent superstition of the Age of Science.

&I don't understand why you're taking such a belligerant tone when you're obviously the ignorant one here. &
-triplesix
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03-14-2007, 10:04 PM,
#4
The Fed Makes Comics
Quote:I don't get it. It doesn't even spread propaganda, because it doesn't really say anything about anything. Are they basically saying you can't figure it out so shut up and let us handle it?

Yeah I know it has no point what so ever, I can't imagine what the message is supposed to be, its just complete and utter drivel.
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03-17-2007, 08:24 AM,
#5
The Fed Makes Comics
That was weird all right.

Maybe it is just designed to cause a confusion response in kids.

Worked on me.

I'm almost curious enough to buy the comic on the Fed. That should be a good fairy tale.


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Give me the judgment of balanced minds in preference to laws every time. Codes and manuals create patterned behavior. All patterned behavior tends to go unquestioned, gathering destructive momentum.
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03-17-2007, 03:02 PM,
#6
The Fed Makes Comics
There may not be anything in this comic, however, it would seem a waste of time if the comics had no reason. Off the top of my head some questions I would ask:

"Because the people who live in colorland are very BIG and might accidently STEP on any pebbleperson who visits. All our people are AFRAID to go there." page 6

Why use both bold and underlining emphasis?
Why later on use emphasis on words, where it doesn't need to be emphasised?
Any correclation betten the words that are bold and/or underlined?
Who do the colorland people refer to?
Who do the pebbleland people refer to?
Does the above quote hold any significants?
Why is it so hard to get to colorland?
Why is colorland above pebbleland?
What does the flower represent?
In the sense of colour, the pebbleland people have none but the colorland people have lots and lots, does colour represent anything?
Do the three flowers (via seeds) made from a single flower, share any resemblance with making money?
Any indication of greed at the end of the comic, if so who do these greedy people represent?
Why does a child have such a big burden on her head?
Would a parent read their child this, if so, would the parent compare their life to the comic?
Would a child read this on their own, if so, would they relate to being the main character, or someone from colorland?

There are probably a number of answers for each question, but they help to make you think. Even if there is nothing there thinking is still good. :biggrin:
I'm lumping together various information concerning law (the illusion of control through words) here: http://honesty.org/forum/showthread.php?tid=59
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03-24-2007, 03:02 PM,
#7
The Fed Makes Comics
The message that I got is that with one dollar, a million can eventually be created, this is the fractional banking system and it's a good thing because everybody will have more and more given enough time.

The flowers stand for money and the seeds stand for debt.

Is it any wonder most humans are complete morons, especially after being taught crap such as this?

whoa, deja vu.
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05-04-2007, 05:02 PM,
#8
The Fed Makes Comics
Can someone scan one of this and share, i wanna take a look:)

I think main point is to teach children since what they get around 10 years they keep for rest of their life as fat women (who's were brainwashing children to be evangelical retards) from documentary "God's Camp" said.
I think main point is to get children idea, that this system is only system in the world and there may be no alternative and like why should there be any if everything is perfect, and it also probably means there is no problem with how current system works. Well cant say any more without actually looking at that stuff.
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05-04-2007, 05:08 PM, (This post was last modified: 05-04-2007, 05:10 PM by JohnDoe2K.)
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The Fed Makes Comics
Doublepost :biggrin:
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05-04-2007, 07:46 PM,
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The Fed Makes Comics
brainwashing has to start at an early age in order to ensure optimal sheep traits
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