Monday, April 2, 2012

A Banned Segment from Saturday Night Live

Conspiracy Theory Rock By Robert Smigel

A Banned Segment from Saturday Night Live

The 1998 Robert Smigel animated short film "Conspiracy Theory Rock", part of a March 1998 "TV Funhouse" segment, has been removed from all subsequent airings of the Saturday Night Live episode where it originally appeared. Michaels claimed the edit was done because it "wasn't funny". The film is a scathing critique of corporate media ownership, including NBC's ownership by General Electric/Westinghouse.

Michaels claimed the edit was done because it "wasn't funny". BS. If that was the case, "SNL" would have ceased to exist years ago.

It was banned becaue his Zionist bosses and the Wall Street death dealers didn't want this truth getting out to the public.
Liberty News TV--Episode 48

Choosing Our Future

What does our future look like? This month we look at some of how different worldviews actually shape reality. Do we want to side with the Dystopians, who see all hell breaking loose? Or join The Future Primitives in their attempt to return to simpler ways. What about the Technotopians? Whose vision is best for all? We'll also revisit Bob and Tina, a pair of formerly middle class PEASANTS in America.


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