Use Parody To Wake the Sleeping Masses

Because some people are too stubborn or too stuck in dysfunctional thinking patterns to hear the truth even when it hits them over the head, I suggest that we try a different approach: parody.

When a comic, like Stephen Colbert, does satire -- an exaggeration of what's being said -- it can wake us up, so that we can see the truth and laugh at how we've been acting. That can give us the freedom to stop doing the same dumb thing and to try something new.

So put satirical slogans on stickers, emails and freeway blogs to snap people out of their coma, like (by way of example only):

The Only Way to Get Money Into the Hand of the Little Guy is To Give It To the Biggest Corporations!

The Golden Rule Is To Torture Others, Right?

Don't Reign In the Financial Giants . . . They've Done A Great Job of Stabilizing the Economy!

Be Very Afraid, But Don't Ask Questions . . . The Government Will Protect You If You're Good Little Boys and Girls

Everything Is Fine With the Economy . . . and Santa Claus is Real

Detaining People Forever Without a Trial Is The Way To Protect Our System of Justice

Obama Appointed The People Who Got Us Into The Economic Crisis to the Top Economic Posts ... Because They Know What They're Doing

In Order to Protect Our American Values, We Have to Become Worse Than Our Enemies and Throw Away Our American Values

The Government is Giving Trillions of Our Taxpayer Dollars to Giant Corporations . . . But Only a Traitor Would Ask Where That Money is Going

The Government Lied About Iraq, The Government Lied To You About Torture The Government Would NEVER Lie To You

Torture Protects Us By Making the Whole World Love and Respect Us

Obama Is Bringing Change By Doing The Same Old Things

The 9/11 Commission Said the Government Lied About What Happened . . . They Must Be Conspiracy Theorists!

The Constitution is a Banned Document, Don't Read It

The Founding Fathers Were Terrorists, Don't Listen to Them

Good luck waking people up . . . and have some fun doing it.

If you think of good parody statements, share it with others by posting a comment.

Good ideas, GW.

I've been thinking of a humorous yet informative and serious conversation between two engineering or science students, discussing either:

1. The 2.25 - second free-fall of WTC 7 -- for over 100 feet! -- finally admitted to by NIST. The implications are staggering -- can we help people understand in an entertaining way?

Related -- the setting of heat conductivity to zero for the critical beam in the NIST model for WTC 7... It's like holding a steel needle with your fingers and heating the other end to red hot, yet your fingers never feel it... Some joking about how a computer model allows nonsense like this, but you won't fool nature or the students!

2. The presence of explosive nano-thermitic material in the WTC dust, contrasted with the refusal of NIST to even look for explosives in the WTC dust.


Guess what happened

when I talked to a brother of a friend who studied physics and mathematics: when discussing Newton's third law, he implied it may not apply to buildings falling in on themselves.

I see a pattern here.


after all this time and trillions spent in the cold war. All Russia had to do was turn off there transponders and N.O.R.A.D would have been in the dark.
Or ....It only looked like the towers were exploding because all the cement used in the construction was safety cement. just in case it was hit by a plane it would all turn to dust.
After WTC#7 fell.....I am going start my own demolition company. All i need is a can of gas, and a box of wooden matches.

On second thought George

.....Parody?....... If they can't see basic common sence, do you think they could figure it out?

A Favorite

go on guys load up your parodies on YouTube

Herblay France

bonjour ,

go on guys load up your parodies on YouTube. The one below is excellent.

Yours John

The 'independent,

The 'independent, bipartisan' 9/11 Commission -- an oxymoron?