Here is a cartoon from the earliest days of motion-pictures that likely was a commentary on the 1918 Spanish-Flu epidemic. We have been unable to verify its origin, but the singing radio that appears in the cartoon is the exact design as radios made by the Atwater Kent company, which was in business from 1921 to 1936. The value of this cartoon lies. not in its antiquity or rarity, but its editorial commentary that is stunningly contemporary to our present day. Popular sentiment a hundred years ago clearly was far more aware of an agenda behind the propaganda and, as you will see in the final message of the cartoon, folks knew who was behind it and what the end game was. An amazing time capsule of truth. Republished 2021 June 1. Source: Early-Warning Cartoon the Plan
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Wonderful. Amazing how much it applies to today.
Are you for sure this one isn’t faked? It sort of seems like it.
Fake or not with all respect, if it is fake; it is still some what relevant. If it is not fake the fact remains as it is no secret the “banks” as they were known then, were claimed to have owned only the hospitals ( in the cartoon ) and then you and I or rather my grandparents and parents. Yet as most folks know, factually, “corporations and or banks” today, own and control summarily a whole lot more than just the hospitals. Just saying it would be no surprise “they” knew then, especially if we take into account the actions of say; Smedley Butler.