There is something very important, and it is something I never noticed before. I am sure most of you are familiar with the Hegelian principle where one creates a problem to get a reaction from the people in order to propose the solution, and it is always a solution that the wanted all along.
In 1954, Dr. Fredric Wertman published Seduction of the Innocent. This led to an uproar from parents which resulted in a congressional investigation of Comic books!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seduction_of_the_Innocent
This eventually led to the creation of the Comics Code Authority, an organization created by the comic book publishers in order to censor comic books.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comics_Code_Authority
As part of the rules of the CCA, drug use was prohibited in comics, even when the publishers was trying to show drug use being bad!
It got really ridiculous when they tried to ban E.C Comics from featuring an African American in one of their stories.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EC_Comics
This really made 'em go bananas in the Code czar's office. 'Judge Murphy was off his nut. He was really out to get us', recalls [EC editor] Feldstein. 'I went in there with this story and Murphy says, "It can't be a Black man". But ... but that's the whole point of the story!' Feldstein sputtered. When Murphy continued to insist that the Black man had to go, Feldstein put it on the line. 'Listen', he told Murphy, 'you've been riding us and making it impossible to put out anything at all because you guys just want us out of business'. [Feldstein] reported the results of his audience with the czar to Gaines, who was furious [and] immediately picked up the phone and called Murphy. 'This is ridiculous!' he bellowed. 'I'm going to call a press conference on this. You have no grounds, no basis, to do this. I'll sue you'. Murphy made what he surely thought was a gracious concession. 'All right. Just take off the beads of sweat'. At that, Gaines and Feldstein both went ballistic. 'f**k you!' they shouted into the telephone in unison. Murphy hung up on them, but the story ran in its original form
What gave this away as being part of a conspiracy was there stamp of approval.
I'm sure it looks familiar.
As Alex says, these people are like gang members who have to put their gang signs on everything.