Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Well, I'll Be Gobsmacked

We interrupt this blog to bring you another installment from A Bird's-Eye View of the Postwar World (compiled by R. M. Barrows and Margaret Foster, Consolidated Book Publishers, 1945).

As we've been observing in this series, our foretoonists 70 years ago were fascinated by the idea that flight would be a commonplace, everyday mode of travel. Imagine how this aviation revolution would be seen by remote, primitive societies beyond the reach of modern civilization (click the cartoon to embiggenize)!
It was all well and good back in 1945 to suppose that Eb and Zeke would accept the arrival of advanced beings from the skies with reasoned calm. This was decades before the Prime Directive, after all.

What cartoonist Don Ulsh couldn't foresee was that the descendants of these primitive hillbillies would develop wildly fantastic mythologies about sinister forces driving those black helicopters.
Black Helicopters (BH) are not just helicopters with a black paint-job as you may have been told. They are, in fact, autonomous agents -- lifeforms -- created by New World Order (NWO) agencies via nanobiotechnology. Their primary purpose is to spy on the activities of average citizens in order to gather tactical information and discover "subversives" who are not bowing to the will of the Liberati's UN-backed Federal Government. Furthermore, when the NWO Invasion takes place in the not-too-distant future, they will round up citizens for internment in concentration camps or carry out the elimination of the more vocally anti-Liberati.
The truth is out there. Way out there.

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