Cannibalism in cereal commercials? A leftist attack on West.

Noticing something odd about a breakfast cereal commercial, Brad Johnson, retired Senior CIA Officer and President of Americans for Intelligence Reform, couldn’t help but noticing it again and again. It was animated, humanized breakfast cereal characters eating each other.( Now that you can never un-hear that, you will be looking everywhere for examples. It appears in other products too.) Sadly, proponents of cannibalism have begun speaking out claiming it’s a way to save the planet. Tying this into the cereal, Brad suggests you put on your propaganda-sensing glasses and see this for what it is – radical left wing individuals bent on destroying traditional cultural norms and taboos. Once done, control of the people and a new “rational” socialist world order will arrive. Watch for more examples…

 


Brad Johnson you uh had some
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observations about shifts in the popular
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culture TV and so on I think that’s
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actually something that’s really
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important to keep an eye on what if you
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got yeah it’s kind of an interesting
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trend that I’ve noticed it’s it’s one of
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those things you know you sort of once
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you have the glasses on looking for
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propaganda it
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it’s interesting how often it it pops up
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it’s just as a little side note it’s one
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of those things you get trained in
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surveillance detection and start driving
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around you’d be surprised how often well
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at least around the Washington DC
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Capitol area how often you actually end
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up driving through somebody surveilling
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somebody else it’s it’s actually oddly
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surprisingly common at any rate the
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propaganda glasses as I’m talking about
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just looking at it one of the things
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I’ve noticed is particularly in the
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field of breakfast products like
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breakfast cereals and a little toaster
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pop up sorts of things those those sorts
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of breakfast items the theme of these
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seems to surround about like how much
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these little things are they’re
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humanized and you know they’re walking
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talking have eyes and mouths and arms
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legs and stuff and then they eat each
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other so what is happy no walking
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talking creatures humanized eating each
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other is is essentially cannibalism and
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so this is this is presented as some fun
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happy-go-lucky really great thing to go
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do is to it’s this stuff is so
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irresistible you just have to have it
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even if it’s cannibalism sort of thing
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and I find that very odd and it’s one of
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those things that you know once now
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anyone listening to this has had that
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mentioned to them you’re gonna start to
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see that in all sorts of TV commercials
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and it’s not just one or two or one
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company it’s multiple companies and
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multiple products where this is done and
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it’s in all kind of all sorts of little
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things where the animated little
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humanized characters eat each other and
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I just find that odd you know that never
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would have been a TV commercial before
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so just just carrying it forward and
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then now kind of switching gears one of
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the things we’ve seen is
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just a slightly increase in volume out
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there in the world of discussions of
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actual cannibalism where it’s openly
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discussed as cannibalism and there was
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some professor I believe it was in
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Denmark maybe six months ago or so they
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came out with his proposal for actual
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cannibalism as a cure to many of the
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world’s ills and he said well I
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understand it’s a taboo item and you
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know this is going to require a lot of
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time to overcome taboos and we have to
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really be thinking rationally and all
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this that’s how he described cannibalism
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not me and that you know it’s so good
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for all of us because you know we
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wouldn’t have to start raising cattle
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you know who have flatulence that create
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global warming and you know drawl the
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stuff out of the environment we will be
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able to get rid of all of that because
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we’re just going to eat each other and
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so I mean that actually was a serious
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professor I mean this is a guy who’s you
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know PhD professor to university and you
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know writes papers and he’s well-known
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well-established in academia you know
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that’s what academia has to offer these
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days and then there was the case not too
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long ago some girls screaming and shoes
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up some sort of meeting everyone might
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recall a few months back where she was
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screaming at the top of our lungs eat
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the babies eat the babies it’s the only
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way to save Earth and so you’re starting
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to see these sort of odd cracks and what
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sort of normal behavior normal way of
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thought and something you and I have
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discussed it’s you know there are a few
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things that all of us as humans around
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the world have in common common and one
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of them for the most part I mean there
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are some minor exceptions here and there
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but for the most part cannibalism is
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just a tableau item that nobody really
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promotes as a cultural item or anything
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so this is seems to be you know to me
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it’s kind of two things one I think it’s
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this radical weirdo left wing nut job
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Froot Loops group of people out there
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that actually believe in that sort of
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stuff that you know
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we have to get rid of raising cattle for
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food because that’s somehow mean and bad
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to the earth and global warming or
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whatever but yet eating people’s okay
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that’s not mean that’s okay so I I think
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there’s actually that is an element
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within the left that is take is starting
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to form and coalesce around this concept
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in others and weird that now media in
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any form and TV commercials are a part
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of media in some ways and they seem to
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be coinciding in that there seems to be
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almost like a self-reinforcing sort of
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movement going on out there now I don’t
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think this is something where you know
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you’ve got a Star Chamber of ten people
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that are trying to convert the earth all
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cannibals sort of thing and and but I do
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think you see some things where the
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counterculture movement that hippie move
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into the 60s where they all growing up
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are still steadfastly as part of the
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left trying to damage and destroy
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civilized culture and because as they
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destroyed it it gives them this vacuum
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to step into and of course they don’t
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want to be judged do they want to be
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able to control and this is one of those
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methods of control so it’s a very odd
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trend that I see out there in a
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propaganda fashion that worries me as a
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trend and there’s this constant attempt
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to break down civilized culture and and
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ways and norms of behavior and all the
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things that we’ve seen since basically
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the 60s and 70s like back in you know 30
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or 40 years ago for example language was
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something you basically didn’t swear or
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openly in in polite company if you did
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it was part of a joke one little word
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here or there or something or the guys
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standing in the corner having drinks
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telling jokes or so things along those
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lines but it wasn’t you know
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grandpa and your wives and girlfriends
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and things like that or it was it was
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done you know kind of off to the side
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because it was it was an uncivilized
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behavior but we’ve seen this breakdown
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that is being pushed by the left all of
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the time and there’s many elements that
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we’ve seen out there it’s not now for
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example I’ll get in trouble for this but
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let’s let’s take the gay movement and
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that was one of the things that for a
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long time it was equal rights for gays
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so that they’re not unfairly fired just
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for being gay those sorts of things so
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they got protection for it okay fine you
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know they should be treated like any
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other person and judged on their merits
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and if they do well in a job they should
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keep the job if they’re really crapping
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the job then they should be fired like
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anyone else is really crapping the job
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so we kind of achieved that but that’s
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not where it stopped then it went to
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where this is some sort of huge positive
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and just here in the United States we
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had a candidate for president on the
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Democratic side who’s really his only
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you know was a mayor of a little tiny
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town didn’t really have any experience
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or background and anything that would
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qualify him to be president other than
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the fact that he was gay
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and so he was promoted as the gay
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candidate for president which you know I
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kind of go back to the original concept
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they should be judged fairly as a person
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neither you know nothing given to them
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as extra or nothing take nothing taken
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away from them as a negative based on
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the fact they’re gay just judge them as
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people and they’re people like everybody
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else that should be judged exactly that
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way it’s you know being gay doesn’t give
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you some grand insight to the universe
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where you’re wanting to be this
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wonderful president United States nor
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does it do the opposite so it’s it’s
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where they’ve taken something this far
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where what’s reasonable and then they’ve
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built upon it to something that’s not
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reasonable and why I think it’s just
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attack on cultural norms and things like
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that you know should should
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homosexuality be accepted and just
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treated like any other person
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okay fine but then should it be promoted
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and treated as some sort of
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exceptionally positive thing and that is
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where you see the culture being attacked
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not the first part so that’s actually
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two completely separate items and
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and here you see it in the cannibalism
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and you language and you know sexual
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activities and all of these things you
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see you don’t where you kind of come to
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a point where that’s all kind of fine
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and good and positive and normal then
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being exaggerated out into this point
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where it’s not and it’s done in such a
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way to try it and basically diminish the
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culture and a lot of rural cultures that
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way but the the cannibalism thing I find
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actually kind of alarming in some ways
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and it’s going on noticed I mean I
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mentioned I’ve mentioned this to a
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number of friends and just say hey you
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ever noticed how all these breakfast TV
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commercials promote cannibalism they’re
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going to Wed now you know and then
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they’ll come back a month or two later
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go you know you’re right I see a lot of
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commercials like that now that this is
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mentioned I would say everybody just
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kind of take a look at that look at
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where your something that’s really not a
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good thing is being promoted at this
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point and cannibalism concept is the
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case you point to me so I find all this
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very interesting and and you I think
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this is a two-prong thing one thing
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there are extreme left that want
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cannibalism and then there’s also the
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general left that wants the breakdown of
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society so they can rebuild it in the
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socialist model so I think it’s a
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two-pronged attack that’s just sort of
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subtle and kind of going under the radar
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thank you very much Brad Johnson yeah
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there is an attack on the culture using
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every possible vector of attack that
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that the imaginations of thousands of
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Communists can have can think of over
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the last hundred years
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