Cartoon Chemtrails

I was stunned when I came into the room while the animated film, Over the Hedge was playing.  I've never seen the movie before.  The scene was one of a turtle being spun around and around.  Everytime the turtle came full circle, a chemtrail was prominent in the sky.  My mouth dropped open in shock.  I just couldn't believe it.

Why would anyone draw chemtrails into a cartoon sky?

When I went to Youtube to find a clip of that scene I discovered that the film is loaded with them.  I can think of only one reason for this... to condition people (in this case, children) into thinking that chemtrails are an everyday normal part of our sky.

On a positive note, one of the Youtube clips I viewed on the subject (not posted here) was of a father who was told of the cartoon chemtrails by his savvy 12-year-old daughter. 

There's hope.  You can't fool all of the people all of the time, especially kids.

tscout's picture

  but yeah, it was a dreamworks film.....I have seen most of their flicks with my son,,,some of them 50 times,,haha! and it seemed to me that the animators and scriptwriters made a lot of statements ,, especially in their earlier years. The older films were great,,,timeless stories of virtues with modern characters that kids could relate to.....Even my Chinese students noticed the difference after disney bought Pixar! It is kind of subtle in this one,,,,in taos taos they used to build entire grids like we've seen in many videos.....This is one of the ones we "didn't burn" when we rented,,,it lacked a lot of the charm the older ones had

Noa's picture

I didn't want to make a separate post for this, so I'm putting it here.

If you keep watching past the first few minutes of chemtrail footage, there is an interesting discussion about websites that publish scientific data on this subject.


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