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Tom y Jerry, conspiradores

Posted by Spanish Eowyn en 26/febrero/2006

¿Hay alguien en su sano juicio que pueda defender que estos dos simpáticos personajes de dibujos animados eran el eje de una conspiración? Pues va a ser que .

On February 19, 2006, Iranian TV channel 4 covered a film seminar that included a lecture by Professor Hasan Bolkhari. In addition to being a member of the Film Council of Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), Bolkhari is a cultural advisor to the Iranian Education Ministry, and active on behalf of interfaith issues.
Hasan Bolkhari: There is a cartoon that children like. They like it very much, and so do adults – Tom and Jerry.
[…]Some say that this creation by Walt Disney will be remembered forever. The Jewish Walt Disney Company gained international fame with this cartoon. It is still shown throughout the world. This cartoon maintains its status because of the cute antics of the cat and mouse ※ especially the mouse.
Watch Schindler’s List. Every Jew was forced to wear a yellow star on his clothing. The Jews were degraded and termed «dirty mice.» Tom and Jerry was made in order to change the Europeans’ perception of mice. One of terms used was «dirty mice.»
I’d like to tell you that… It should be noted that mice are very cunning…and dirty.
[…] No ethnic group or people operates in such a clandestine manner as the Jews.
[…]Read the history of the Jews in Europe. This ultimately led to Hitler’s hatred and resentment. As it turns out, Hitler had behind-the-scene connections with the Protocols [of the Elders of Zion].

¿Alguien podría decirle a este señor que deje de hacer el ridículo? ¿cómo alguien puede pensar que se creó un personaje como el del ratón para «elevar» la imagen que se tenía de los ratones? Además, Tom y Jerry no fueron creados por Walt Disney si no por Hanna-Barbera.

HT: Elder of Ziyon.

También en: Atlas Shrugs. Drinking from Home. Gindy. LGFRelapsed Catholic. The Egyptian Sandmonkey. The Java Report. Unpolitically correct.

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