South Park: Everything is Q

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South Park: Are Matt and Trey losing their edge?
South Park has been offering ruthless criticism of American culture for almost a quarter of a century. But is their recent vaccine special a sign that they’re losing their edge? Let’s find out in this Wisecrack Quicktake on South Park’s Vaccination Special: Everything is Q.
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00:00 - Intro
03:09 - Misinformation
06:47 - Choice
09:22 - Outro
Written by Alec Opperman
Hosted by Michael Burns
Directed by Michael Luxemburg
Editing by Jackson Maher
Video Title Card by Amanda Murphy
Produced by Evan Yee
Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound
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Commentaires
  • Q is real. And for anyone that has scoffed at Q. Not QAnon their is no such thing as that media made it up to attach baseless theories to Q. So once all is exposed. You will feel sick and pretty stupid as all of you are being Psyopped right now.

    the_future_is_ relevantthe_future_is_ relevantIl y a 7 heures
  • Be careful they're all listening 🤫

    dodgers doon1130dodgers doon1130Il y a 10 heures
  • Israel got its population vaccinated because of its public healthcare? wtf are you talking about?

    Tyler YeomansTyler YeomansIl y a 12 heures
  • Yes, at first I was happy to be learning how to read. It seemed exciting and magical, but then I read this: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. I read every last word of this garbage, and because of this piece of shit, I am never reading again!

    Anon archistAnon archistIl y a 16 heures
  • I really don’t think it’s fair to pigeonhole Matt & Trey as “libertarians”, especially the “invisible hand” types. They said the word once a decade and a half ago and people ran with it. I think they definitely avoid simple categorization, and though I wouldn’t call them full-on “progressive”, they are clearly in favor of some progressive ideals/regulation, and they’ve been intensely critical of the free market and its limitations

    Dyl BylDyl BylIl y a jour
  • South Parks liberal bias is unhealthy. We will not live under a Biden regime without resistance

    CSA FarmerCSA FarmerIl y a 2 jours
  • Not hard at all to hold a libertarian view on this. I do it everyday. "No mask for me = another person's ventilator" is a fallacious argument. Fail wisecracking.

    MR. JayJayMR. JayJayIl y a 2 jours
  • I get the message they’re trying to send, but the episode implies that misinformation is only coming from one side of the political spectrum. I’m not super political, but that’s just objectively not true. There’s psychotic deranged idiots on both sides, and they didn’t really address that.

    Squidward Q. TentaclesSquidward Q. TentaclesIl y a 4 jours
  • Michael hit the nail on the head talking about how a libertarian point of view can't cope with a pandemic. Much of the nuttiness exhibited during the pandemic has been worldviews crashing into reality, particularly belief in small government meeting a crisis only big government can cope with. Now add on the fear of the logical conclusion, that there are other crises or serious problems that require a big government solution. I wonder if exploding heads spread COVID-19?

    Eric FergusonEric FergusonIl y a 4 jours
  • Shrimp guy is Butters' Dad.

    Jeremie BPJeremie BPIl y a 5 jours
  • 09:40 hmm i think you missed the point made there buddy

    Daft MoonDaft MoonIl y a 5 jours
  • Wisecrack in this sounds like a complaint for a sandwich with too much flavor profile for them while others are just trying to enjoy their sandwich

    Meis WolfSheepMeis WolfSheepIl y a 5 jours
  • What is the history of High Quality Products?

    Nemanja TNemanja TIl y a 5 jours
  • Yes you totally missed the point

    Robert PompaRobert PompaIl y a 5 jours
  • they really kinda tried to cover too many things at once for this.

    Dissonance ParadiddleDissonance ParadiddleIl y a 5 jours
  • My view is one that I guess most people would regard as cynical & pessimistic but it seems to me that throughout human history people have had a tough go of figuring out how to get along with each other and the only thing we're really good at is killing each other and destroying whatever we touch. Supposedly 97% of all species that have ever existed on earth are extinct so if that's the case the odds don't look that good for our species. I don't think there's necessarily any rhyme or reason to it all, just the way it is near as I can tell. I think we're really pretty insignificant ultimately. Do I think we should still hold out hope & have concern for future generations as limited a future as we may have? Like killing, concern for our own well being & suffering is part of the human condition even though we're much better at the former than we are the latter. Or so it seems.

    Bruce CaldwellBruce CaldwellIl y a 6 jours
  • It’s possible that idiots like you have so thoroughly wrecked our world over the last year that it can’t be made sense of. It’s also possible that your smugness is blocking your ability to see all the arguments being made. You, selective hearing when it comes to critiques of your sacred leftist cows.

    BillsbobBillsbobIl y a 6 jours
  • Zionist vaccines save the day...yay...

    Ray HertRay HertIl y a 6 jours
  • South Park did what they always do. They showed a satirical mirror to the ugliest parts of the world.

    Road Life ChroniclesRoad Life ChroniclesIl y a 6 jours
  • Dat moment when you realize what Zl0\IST, sneaky, propaganda of "cartoon", South Park is. Disgusting and lame.

    Miki FloksterMiki FloksterIl y a 6 jours
  • It's pretty telling that the only person who died at the end of this episode was perhaps the show's most normal, sane and rational character.

    Sairaj R. KamathSairaj R. KamathIl y a 6 jours
  • Oh, how I hate when neo-feudalism is referred to as "libertarian". But I'm afraid that's just how it is in Am*rica.

    farts of doomfarts of doomIl y a 6 jours
  • Epstein didn’t kill himself.

    Blas GarciaBlas GarciaIl y a 6 jours
  • There’s no solution for humanity

    psifiuscpsifiuscIl y a 6 jours
    • Smart individuals.

      Star mastercStar mastercIl y a 6 jours
  • Israel saving the day... lol

    BobBobIl y a 7 jours
  • False information making horrible things seem ethical is hardly new. Wasn't even new in ww2

    AdrianAdrianIl y a 7 jours
  • SP ain't Qrazty , Just so many distractions and Narratives going around.... But let's be honest they point to 2 Ways, and 3 Derivatives.

    MokerMoviesMokerMoviesIl y a 8 jours
  • "South Park taught me..." is a sentence I hope never to say.

    BLT4LIFEBLT4LIFEIl y a 8 jours
  • all I see is a bunch of propaganda like always

    KNOW THYSELFKNOW THYSELFIl y a 8 jours
  • It's so very Ironic that a show so massively populare as SP would almost always land on a both-sides take on how stupid society is.

    Scoop DevilScoop DevilIl y a 8 jours
  • I think America has an obsession with individualism and there are certainly scenarios such as the one we face right now where too much emphasis on an individual over a group causes excessive suffering and issues.

    Soren KazarenSoren KazarenIl y a 8 jours
    • Beta take

      MR. JayJayMR. JayJayIl y a 2 jours
  • To me its saying the left or the powerful ones aren't going to save us all with turnign on other vaccinations, mask and social distancing and the right going to save us by turning on other and wild conspiracies, not wearing masks. There is no easy way out and we all have to stick together adapt and overcome, then maybe we could go back to normal slowly. But this just my take on it

    Littlewhite RabbitLittlewhite RabbitIl y a 9 jours
  • Wisecrack: South Park is losing its edge... Me: Wisecrack is projecting...

    PD ZombiePD ZombieIl y a 9 jours
  • I think the back and forth between the news guys was about BLM vs the Capitol rioters. If you consider the Q conspiracy theorists sincerely believed in their cause, can you really blame them for trying to take action?

    Skeptic DankSkeptic DankIl y a 9 jours
  • I think you totally missed the idea that Israel saved the day. Do you even look at America's political commentary or the threads that go with them. They hit not just the obvious issues but also on the subtle ones as well.

    jason dirtjason dirtIl y a 9 jours
  • I feel like this pandemic is the perfect example of why Libaterianism (and probably every world view) cant work for everything. The world is complicated and applying the same rule to everything is futile and will get you nowhere.

    CeserCeserIl y a 9 jours
  • But now, and even then, you have plenty of people not wanting to take the vaccine of their own free will, and media, government agencies, and politicians talking about removing freedoms for people who arent vaccinated, your implications that "letting the free market decide" will inevitably lead to hysteria and a black market is absurd, as it quickly appeared as though there were more doses of the vaccine than actual people who wanted them, meaning restricting the access to vaccines of those who chose to get one, was completely pointless, and potentially another system of control.

    therealdestructicustherealdestructicusIl y a 9 jours
  • Honestly an anarchist libertarians are not libertarians at all they're just painfully illiterate loud people. And their position on vaccines are of course the wealthy get them the poor people get what's left.

    DannyDannyIl y a 9 jours
  • Your video was good until you failed to work in the meaning of Garrison cutting a deal with his Hollywood elite creators and break the forth wall. That’s the part that’s leaving you not understanding what the ultimate joke was and what they’re allowing room for in the South Park universe.

    kingdom001kingdom001Il y a 9 jours
  • Existential threats don't care about beliefs. Covid is a predator that can kill you and those you love regardless of what you think. Those are the only facts. Everything else is a matter of belief. Death is not a matter of belief. All will inevitably die. That's the only fact of life that we can be sure of. Covid is but one of many existential threats which can accelerate our trip to the void on the other side of living. South Park is lost here. There is no reconciliation between the individual and the whole. There is only the whole or the individual. South Park has delved into the realm of speaking on fate, of the fate of humanity. It chooses nihilism, because, nihilism is the only rational worldview when confronted with a society of individuals, where the whole will never truly be the motivation. The individual will invariably be the death of the whole. There is no reconciliation of individualism and the group. All attempts are made in self preservation. There is only the group or the self. Pick one.

    jaber4lifejaber4lifeIl y a 9 jours
  • Blood drinking cabal. Ok adrenochrome lovers

    a girl named Joeya girl named JoeyIl y a 10 jours
  • Everyone’s trained to laugh at qanon but haven’t looked at the real shit that was said like these pedos ruling the world and keep laughing liberals but for real ya gonna burn bishes

    a girl named Joeya girl named JoeyIl y a 10 jours
  • southpark has always been radically centrist. they almost always take the position of "there are two sides to every argument, everyone's stupid because they pick a side, and the only intelligent position is to be above it all." it's weak as piss to sit on the fence and sling mud at everyone regardless of the validity of their position. grow a spine and pick a side once in a while. there are some issues that are clear-cut and taking the middle road doesn't make you smart, it makes you gutless.

    will koaliawill koaliaIl y a 10 jours
  • To be clear, the territories explicitly refused Israel's help to vaccinate its citizens.

    Isaac KotlickyIsaac KotlickyIl y a 10 jours
  • I haven't seen Joe BIDEN yet . There's 2 season s already on that clown 🤡

    John BarnesJohn BarnesIl y a 10 jours
  • It’s almost like pure libertarianism is a really dumb philosophy and requires utopia to function and has no answers in terms of war, famine, disease, and natural disaster.

    Aaron KempsterAaron KempsterIl y a 10 jours
    • @Star masterc then why are you talking to me? Libertarianism is stupid. That was my statement, you’ve literally said nothing. No brain.

      Aaron KempsterAaron KempsterIl y a 6 jours
    • @Aaron KempsterPolitics have nothing to do with the Earth itself.

      Star mastercStar mastercIl y a 6 jours
    • @Star masterc ok... AND? We’re talking about libertarianism weirdo. What does libertarianism do, as a political ideology, to take care of people or deal with natural disasters? I don’t care what earth cares about, earth isn’t a libertarian.

      Aaron KempsterAaron KempsterIl y a 6 jours
    • @Aaron Kempster The Earth doesn't care about humanity.

      Star mastercStar mastercIl y a 6 jours
    • @Star masterc lol. My point is how do libertarians plan to deal with “how the earth works?”

      Aaron KempsterAaron KempsterIl y a 6 jours
  • Southparks morals are radical centrism.

    jizburgjizburgIl y a 10 jours
  • I get the impression Wisecrack here is being a little less wise than his usual. First of all, the "deus ex machina" are precisely the Hollywood élites, they turn mr security into mr hat and mr White in a giant dick, and make the magical Israeli vaccines appear. I get the impression they're as usual shitting on everything and everyone, and they're quite right at it. I feel they missed the courage to say what had to be said, but they acknowledged being themselves part of the "Hollywood elite" and therefore having their own interests to protect. South Park is a big franchise, they need to be controversial, being heavily loathed by becoming the target for the hate of the entire imperialist propaganda was well... a little beyond what they're willing to do, which is imho the reason this show looks a little more cryptic and a lot more cynical than usual

    Elena de PalmaElena de PalmaIl y a 10 jours
  • I think this video misinterpreted the news anchor scene. The news anchor at the desk was supposed to be tucker Carlson and the reporter on the scene was the voice of Matt and Trey, calling him an asshole

    Meredith NewbyMeredith NewbyIl y a 10 jours
  • In a society I believe you should follow the rules regulations that the majority sets forthIn However if You do not live in that society Space travel will become a reality Due to distance It's completely impractical to have government in space And As Technology gets more advance It will make people's lives easier and less Dependent on government But if you choose to live in a society you must follow the rules

    no bodyno bodyIl y a 10 jours
  • Petal 1 card with interest rates of 20-30% that is a crazy high interest with the current fed rates? If interest rates increase to normal levels, that could easily bury a person in debt.

    Tostitos9781Tostitos9781Il y a 10 jours
  • Matt & Trey should have just looked at GAVI's timetable from 2018 if they really wanted to know.

    emu catemu catIl y a 10 jours
  • Whoa whoa whoa Matt and Trey are Republicans what do you mean libertarian And to clarify they said it themselves on record that they are Republicans in several interviews

    Preston BrunoPreston BrunoIl y a 10 jours
    • I heard they said that to troll democrats and liberals.

      Coolman952Coolman952Il y a 9 jours
  • I think they probably are throwing their hands up at the whole thing a bit because some of the answers don't fit neatly into their show format. Like with vaccines where despite the research being heavily government funded the Private companies get to keep the sole rights to produce it creating a shortage because they don't let other companies infringe on "their" intellectual property. This is also not the first time large amounts of government funded research or infrastructure was then handed off to a private company which then acts like they need to charge extremely high prices to cover "their research cost" even though it wasn't their money that funded the research. The problem in a lot of these cases is not that the free market has failed but rather it is shackled to empower a few large companies. It's why people have to turn to imports of Generic Medicines when the cost of locally produced ones are outrageously high. The use the power of the government to maintain their monopolies and drive out free market competition all while claiming they support competition and of course are against nationalizing it because either route would mean they lose their monopoly and thus their profits.

    PyroMancer2kPyroMancer2kIl y a 11 jours
  • You totally missed the fucking point.

    Dan BhaktaDan BhaktaIl y a 11 jours
  • Silence is violence, but you need to shut the fuck up!!!

    Eye of the Tiger [][][]Eye of the Tiger [][][]Il y a 11 jours
  • Here's an thought... you ever consider the idea that everything YOU believe in is wrong? No. Of course you wouldn't. But it's interesting how easy it is for someone like you to point your finger to accuse others of the same thing. Why is it so easy? Arrogance? Superiority? Narcissism? Humans from every belief system can be so embarrassing.

    Chris In OregonChris In OregonIl y a 11 jours
  • What do you do when people believe in fiction? Like your belief that biden legitimately won?

    Chris In OregonChris In OregonIl y a 11 jours
  • Fair reflection on the hardships of "liberalism x coronavirus", but who are you to take a shot at the libertarians? Not everything has a (political) message behind it. You're more likely to be projecting the tendency your channel has to turn everything into politics, Wisecrack. Hard to find anything more distasteful than an entitled millennial speaking opinion as if it was fact. Ironic that your bunch of winy (and overly arrogant) liberals is being sponsored by a credit card company.

    Kevin G.Kevin G.Il y a 11 jours
  • I think the point is being missed here. South parks job has always been presenting the problem, making fun of it and leaving you there to think for yourself. People who get mad at the show often miss this when it presents a problem they contribute to, yet they don't acknowledge it exists. they think SP is trying to ram an opinion down their throat when all its REALLY doing is holding up a funhouse mirror

    MAD MINT EntertainmentMAD MINT EntertainmentIl y a 11 jours
  • Is this the first time Parker and Stone have inserted themselves into an episode? Wisecrack seems to have ignored this aspect of the ep-that anyone with a bully pulpit is master of that narrative. In South Park, Parker and Stone are gods and their flexing feels like them throwing up their hands and saying fuck it...

    Robert ZverinaRobert ZverinaIl y a 11 jours
  • I think you guys missed the point. They were making fun of everyone About how people treat vaccines, and how qanon aren’t completely crazy. There is something going on, and who’s to say what the vaccine actually is. I’d only trust it if I took it to a doctor who hasn’t even heard of covid, and checked it himself If he says it’s fine Only then is it fine Other than that, it’s crazy to think it’s normal to trust a vaccine within a year

    Eisengauer The CriticalEisengauer The CriticalIl y a 11 jours
  • The new south park episodes weren't great because everything that's happened in the last year has been so absurd that the episodes came fully formed. It was almost too easy.

    rrIl y a 11 jours
  • Science and academia rely on government for funding, therefore they’re mostly corrupted, and governments only ever want more power. So I won’t be trusting those 3 😂

    C9_RevelatorC9_RevelatorIl y a 11 jours
  • Supposedly there have been pandemics before when the world was much less hygienic, they did whatever they wanted, and it worked out just fine. Anyone who wants to give up dangerous liberty for safe secure slavery deserves the slavery. You shldnt be able to make that choice for other people

    C9_RevelatorC9_RevelatorIl y a 11 jours
  • My favourite part is how people love the child blood drinking cabal jokes the most even though it’s real

    Uncle UlyssesUncle UlyssesIl y a 11 jours
  • Of course a libertarian outlook would struggle to balance the needs and nuances of a public health crisis and a misinformed public. It shows the inherent cracks in the Libertarian philosophy. Libertarianism is really dumb. Arguably the most dumb ideology. At least with all the others I get why they think it's a good thing. Libertarianism is functionally anti civilisation. Humans only got anywhere by working together towards common goals and interests. That's what society is. Breaking everyone down into individual consumers who individually compete their own self interest and only in a market sense is a system not at all equipped to even conceive of how to work towards a collective good. When it's a collective issue that NEEDS addressing

    Stern Fatherly DisaprovalStern Fatherly DisaprovalIl y a 11 jours
  • Why are you "bleep" the good stuff

    skylineXpertskylineXpertIl y a 11 jours
  • I think the message to take from that episode is that the 2-2-3 method is the best option.

    Stephen EStephen EIl y a 11 jours
  • I’ve been thinking about the fact that they are not making episodes but specials..... maybe they are getting threatened to be canceled if they don’t play ball? That maybe the whole just give me a shot to prove I can toe the line. Can I start a new season? Idk just a thought

    ruben liraruben liraIl y a 11 jours
  • They have not been just freely making jokes about current events for several years. They influence the perspective of millions. They are infuencers, the modern propagandist. A libertarian would be greatly concerned over the loss of liberty by the excuse of a pandemic as per the Rockefeller Operation Lock Step agenda. They sold out years ago.

    p kp kIl y a 12 jours
  • Funniest part about both of south park's xovid specials is that no one actually dies of covid. The most unrealistic moment in the last special was Isreal, of all countries, saving the day

    Sora744Sora744Il y a 12 jours
    • Asian teacher died of covid at the end of the second special

      MendiTheBeastMendiTheBeastIl y a 11 jours
  • TL;DNW: Cartoon show fails to provide solution to ancient problem of plague.

    tcorourke2007tcorourke2007Il y a 12 jours
  • Your only scratching the surface sonny boy...YAWN.

    A Voice From the Deep UndergroundA Voice From the Deep UndergroundIl y a 12 jours
  • I must be reading to much into it like the “whites” and “Q” , but is kommunity kidz a parody of Wallstreet Betz and with the whole gamestop situation where the news reporter and the mob of south park citizens want that shot (like opportunity and not just the literal shot). They even mentioned robinhood. Watch the kommunity kidz segment and watch it in that context. Or was that obvious an im slow.

    RalphE ArchiveRalphE ArchiveIl y a 12 jours
  • 100% had no idea southpark was even on tv still

    Christina DChristina DIl y a 12 jours
  • Man so glad i work in a retirement home and had the possibility to get vaccd

    SM TengjySM TengjyIl y a 12 jours
  • Ive always enjoyed south park because it points out the stupidity in society. It always has been. It basically brings to life what we are usually thinking. The thesis of the video is good. Im glad you realized that trey and matts point is just pointing out the absurdities. It is nihilistic ... we are there. South Park definitely does not take sides based on politics. The take sides agaisnt politics

    Infinite SoulInfinite SoulIl y a 12 jours
  • I think it’s saying Q anon a ridiculous and hysterical but everyone in America has for the past 24 months so to lift a line from Michael Jackson “why don’t you start with the man in the mirror”

    ultramarine0123ultramarine0123Il y a 12 jours
  • Guys stop bitching about your vaccine rollout. Try living in Germany. The new administration is handling this extremely well and by summer you will probably all be vaccinated. Stop pretending like you are the ones with the real problems. You used to be, but now you’re not anymore.

    FloFloIl y a 12 jours
  • I think that identifying the problem as "there being a lot of misinformation" is reductive. Information is never just _there,_ it is always mediated. And in this case it is mediated by a market that favors engagement over education. I don't think it's impossible do be much more responsible with the design of social media platforms or the programing of news outlets but there is just no incentive to be responsible for platform holders. We're not just talking about information as an abstract thing, we're talking about an information _industry_ and its incapability to not just be a second entertainment industry because, again, it has no reason to do so. And until we leave the libertarian framework of finding a solution on the level of individual choice, it will never have one, because it will always be more profitable to feed vulnerable people trash than to collectively fight vulnerability. You may as well try to find a 'solution' for the opioid epidemic by making the individual addicts responsible, and I think we've already tried that.

    Benjamin JaekelBenjamin JaekelIl y a 12 jours
  • This episode is kind of the perfect distillation of why I haven't found South Park funny for quite some time. SP's humor isn't punching down per se, but it is furiously punching in all directions.

    PluveusPluveusIl y a 12 jours
  • I miss Jared.

    Kaveri GuptaKaveri GuptaIl y a 12 jours
  • The Blonde Lil Qties girl's name is Karen

    Gadiel PhilipGadiel PhilipIl y a 12 jours
  • You missed the most important scene of the whole episode is the very last scene where Mr. Garrison says thank you satanic pedophiles

    Dolvex FrazierDolvex FrazierIl y a 12 jours
    • @Zaza X usually does. FRworld algo can be a bit dodgy at times, letting some people say stuff then deletes others.

      Zap BranniganZap BranniganIl y a jour
    • Interesting. On black yt channels we are unable to put together the last 2 words. And we can never spell out that p word 🤔. Our comments get deleted immediately when they have that word

      Zaza XZaza XIl y a 7 jours
    • Because if you give it attention or credence, they would have to ask questions like, "is this just a joke or are there troubling implications about that line?" The Me Too era uncovered a lot of skeezy behavior, and if there's rumors that are out there that people can't legitimately back up like a "known secret", it only opens up a rabbit hole of questions that doesn't help anyone or anything.

      cloud ZZZoundcloud ZZZoundIl y a 9 jours
  • Wisecrack needs to do a video on the philosophy of MGS2 and how misinformation is generated and curated.

    shplamanashplamanaIl y a 12 jours
  • I thought the special was more about the show itself than about the broad socio-political climate. I mean, all those forgotten side characters begging for a SHOT in overly dramatic poses. The conflict between mr garisson and the hollywood elites that control the show and throw him and mr. service all over the place....there was a lot of metacomentary that you guys didn't unpack in this video

    André Luis CarneiroAndré Luis CarneiroIl y a 12 jours
  • Your mom has a pedal card.

    Nathaniel MartinNathaniel MartinIl y a 12 jours
  • nice video

    Andy BroodcoorensAndy BroodcoorensIl y a 12 jours
  • You didn't miss the point; you simply can't wrap your head around it on a practical level. It's no secret you guys are ideologically to the Left (which is fine) but it means will inevitably have blind spots on this stuff. Libertarian thinking in this context includes electing leaders who share your view. Hence, some states are open (Florida) while others are not (California). It means businesses in Austin, TX can require a mask *even if the local government does not.* And it means the insane dissemination of misinformation requires solutions on as granular and local level as possible, because the further distance someone is from something, the less likely they are to be thoroughly informed about its specifics. At the end, they're simply making an observation. Right now, the powerful determine truth. It's revolting, but it's also the current state of affairs. There's Q Anon, and there's Blue Anon. Both sides have viewpoints held by the majority that are demonstrably false, and the fight for political power is as much tied to the fight to steer the narrative as it is to "govern."

    Return to ReasonReturn to ReasonIl y a 12 jours
    • I tip my fedora to ya

      Rebel Friend • 42 years agoRebel Friend • 42 years agoIl y a 12 jours
  • and not 1 joke about president joebama ? his whole life is a freaking joke, why didn't they run with it?

    your mommayour mommaIl y a 13 jours
  • I don't think this episode rose to the point where it could sustain a deep level of criticism. The part of the episode that stuck with me the most was when Mr. White (a proxy for white people in general) talked about his own motivations, that he was looking for hope. Indeed, while it is unclear exactly which of his beliefs were correct or incorrect, it was demonstrated, within the context of the show, that he very much was correct to be worried. I felt that the show reflected what I think many are feeling, that we are in a place where we just don't have any answers.

    Alan GrimesAlan GrimesIl y a 13 jours
  • i cant seem to dind a way to watxh this one,,, could it be it is being CENSORED:Ñ""::"?

    Johnny GuitarJohnny GuitarIl y a 13 jours
  • Personally I think you did a qanon and went way deeper than it was supposed to be

    Patrick SPatrick SIl y a 13 jours
  • The word and concept of "misinformation" is itself misinformation. There are conspiracies and public corruption that happen each and every day, and that's why every legal jurisdiction has conspiracy laws on the books. Watch the Netflix docufilm "White Boy (Rick)" if you want an example. I happen to know about several criminal conspiracies and I've tried to get the information to the public. Also, I've used (cryptic) ... messages to try to get the information out just like Jeremiah Denton did when he blinked T-O-R-T-U-R-E during the Vietnam War. The criminals, in turn, invent means to discredit people who might read information about criminal activity. That's the purpose of the Qanon psyop. The private intelligence firms that perpetrate the Qanon psyop have enticed some impressionable people with juicy misinfo. These are the people the criminals fear, people who might otherwise learn about their fringe crimes and start talking about it seriously - the way people started talking about Weinstein and Epstein crimes. When they repeat the misinformation, they sound ridiculous and they become discredited and the criminal organization is protected. The victims are demoralized and humiliated and the perps create an environment where people fear digging for the truth because they don't want to be grouped in with Qanon. Qanon casts aspersions on people who look into public corruption - like the corruption revealed in "White Boy (Rick)." The East German Stasi moved to these tactics in the 1970s and 1980s and even went so far as to have dissenters and people who spoke up about corruption thrown into mental institutions and drugged. The international community succeeded in getting their more harsh methods of physical beatings and physical torture stopped (the Stasi's methods in the 50s), so they went to a psychological disintegration method called Zersetzung in the 70s. The west uses this same type of psychological warfare, but it takes a different approach and uses the media and private intelligence contractors to silence and discredit targeted individuals. Moreover, the 'microchips' narrative mentioned in this episode is a real thing. We've seen a bit about microwave weapons with the coverage of the attacks on the US diplomats in Cuba and China. If you want to learn about that weapon, then watch Professor James Giordano's lecture "The Brain is the Battlefield of the Future" that he presented before West Point's Modern War Institute lecture series. His explanation could not be more forward. He spells it out in plain detail - neuro weapons are real and there are many vectors to get the dispersed sensor suite into the body. The Qanon people, the anti-vaxxers, and the chemtrail people have been co-opted to make people disregard the reality of these weapons. Yes, there is a criminal cabal and the Qanon psyop is a means to keep the revelations about their existence a subject of ridicule. Fortunately, the criminals have some hubris and have made some mistakes. They have done things that could lead to a criminal investigation that would reveal their organization the same way some of the public corruption in Detroit has been revealed in the Netflix docufilm "White Boy (Rick)." Namely, the gym mat murder of Kendrick Johnson in Valdosta, Ga. Review the information about that case, specifically what was on the newspaper print that replaced his organs. After you have reviewed that case, then look at the Qanon adrenochrome misinfo. Can you see how this works now? They emphasize the absurd Qanon psyop misinfo to hide the real crime that was committed in Valdosta. Also, the New Yorker article "Harvey Weinstein's Army of Spies" and "A Private Mossad for Hire" reveals the types of private intelligence firms that are involved in these discrediting operations. The federal intelligence community is involved for sure, but they funnel personnel and resources out to private firms to do this kind of work. Keeps the events at arms distance and away from FOIA. For my part, I'm a former naval officer. I'm a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and I have a degree in control systems engineering. I worked in electronics warfare and nuclear engineering as a Surface Warfare Officer. While I was in the service, I learned that the US uses the intelligence apparatus to target individuals for discrediting. The program works just like the old FBI COINTELPRO and CIA MKULTRA programs. It's totally illegal and the stuff they do in these psychological warfare campaigns is disgusting. It makes "Operation Midnight Climax" look nice and polite by comparison. I knew a little bit about the program, and I knew it was illegal, but it's not like you can just ask about it because the 'national security' tag is used to obfuscate and protect the crime - just like the Detroit mayor's associates protected the drug shipments in the Netflix docufilm "White Boy (Rick)." I knew there were probably thousands of victims and I figured that if they had been targeted, then their lives would have been completely destroyed. The program works just like Scientology's "Fair Game." In these cases, the victim is almost always mobbed in the workplace and fired from their job. They are stalked, harassed, and separated from their social support network through threats, intimidation, character smears, and bribery. These types of predators want to isolate their prey so they can abuse them at length without legal repercussion - just like the Detroit political machine did to Rick in the Netflix docufilm "White Boy (Rick)." So I figured the only legal way to learn all the details about the program was to get them to target me. I used internet comments just like this one to entice them to come after me. If you want to see that concept in action FRworld search "6 former eBay employees and executives charged with threatening Natick Couple." I knew that internet comments would be one way to get targeted because I've been around so many narcissists and control freaks and have observed them act the same way that the eBay executives did towards that Natick, Ma couple or the way the corrupt Detroit political machine behaved towards Rick in the Netflix docufilm "White Boy (Rick)." So, I used a scattershot approach, entice many different groups, and I was right on two of them - Scientology and Harvey Weinstein. I also presented in the comments section of people who do dark humor. Search "Family Guy Chemotherapy Vanguard VCR" for an example. Cryptic signal right? It's about Havana Syndrome and how it's used to make a target appear foolish. I also presented to South Park because of some of the gross humor they do. At some point along the way, I realized that pursuing this crime would be extremely difficult, and at some point, I'd become bogged down just like Rick in the Netflix docufilm "White Boy (Rick). Then stuff would get real and terrifying once I was truly targeted. So I pitched an idea for a South Park episode based on this lament. The episode idea involved the boys going ziplining, deciding they didn't like it when things take a turn for the worse, so they go horseback riding but that takes too long to get home, so they go boating, and then the animation turns into live characters stuck on a boat going 5 knots. They used it and it became the episode "I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining." So if you watched the "South ParQ" pandemic special, you need to know that the South Park team knows about this corruption. They are stuck in a place where they need to operate their business in an environment where there is corruption and they could end up targeted by these criminals if they reveal too much, but they are also willing to get a little info out to the public. However, they could end this crime in a second with one tweet. I need credibility and if they mentioned that I wrote a comment requesting the "I Should Have Never Gone Ziplining" episode, I could sort all of this out. A few people reading this comment could end it as well. All you have to do is tweet at them asking if the "I Have Never Gone Ziplining" episode idea came from a fan comment. I think I posted that one on South Park's Hulu comment section back in the day when Hulu had just come out and had a comments section. Tweet at South Park "I saw the South ParQ Pandemic Special. Who is David Harris? Is he David Voigts? Why are you keeping him locked up like White Boy Rick?"

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  • 🤔Why does satire need a moral?💁

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  • Why do we expect every piece of commentary to have an answer? Sometimes there isn't a clear answer. A lot of people (including youtube channels) have found success in claiming to have answer to everything, but i prefer no answer to a poorly thought-out answer.

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  • I don’t know if I liked this episode of South Park. I have mixed feelings on it. Overall it’s an episode I probably won’t watch again for entertainment purposes at least.

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  • Please, subtitule

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