The Satanic Monkey known as "Curious George": Are we all suffering from his influence?

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Read to by their parents, studied graphically, audio input stimulated, examined
and learned, Children around the world have spent countless hours reading
the Curious George books. But were they being indoctrinated as well?
Does the current crop of messed up, morally and spiritually bankrupt,
sexually unsure, stoned, radical leftists find their origins in this literature
from the hands of Satan?

What are the messages being taught to us in these books, and especially
in the first one? A shocking tale of terror if there ever was one.

In the first Book, the one designed to gets its claws into childish minds,
(because demons need to be desired, wanted, asked, in order to flourish),
we find "The man picked him up quickly and popped him into a bag. George
was caught". Preparing us for an acceptance of pedophillic abductions in
the future. The man (Epstein) popped the youngster into a bag (or to an island).

Do children that grow up with the idea that they can be popped into bags, just
like poor George was, ever settle into a life of happiness and mental health, or
has the germ which flowers into a distrust of authority, of history, even religion,
begin to flourish with that act?

Later we find "After a good meal and a good pipe, George felt very tired."
We can almost suspect that the tobacco companies wrote the book, or
perhaps a legal marijuana shop was behind it. Is this why smoking took
such a great hold over the American people, making it difficult to quit?
The Jesuits tell us "give us a child in his early years, and we will have him forever",
which seems appropriate here as well.

We next see " George was curious. He wanted to telephone, too. One, two,
three, four, five, six, seven. What fun!". How specifically was George curious?
In what form? And, of course he wanted to telephone child protective services,
or in his case, animal control, but they never allowed him to use the phone!
Telephones are normally withheld from captives. Those numbers add up
to 28, or 10, which is probably his age at the time. Sad that only his age
came up when he attempted to remember the magical numbers 9-1-1.

George was not a young lad running from the law, he was attempting to
escape the tyranny of injustice and repression, but his attempts failed.
"Oh, catch him, catch, him," they cried. "George tried to run away."
But in this bizarro world of Orwell, we find George being chased by the
Police, who assisted in recovering him and bringing him, not to the
protection of the courts, but to the same abusive home he had escaped from!
Little wonder that he, and we, grew up distrusting the Police and legal
system, and would videotape and sue the cops every chance we get.

But then, in a twist of fate that only adds to the anguish of the book's plot,
we find that "They took him away, and shut him in a prison." Yes, that's
right. The throw him in jail without trial, without reading him his rights,
without legal council, and perhaps were hoping for some type of
Epstein suicide, to keep the dirty truths of the George house hidden from us.

But then "quick as lightning, George ran out through the open door." Sure,
brown or black creatures are always thought to be "quick as lightning", and
that's why so many of them are confined in jails. Unjustly. Just like George.

When the suicide suggestion did not work, next they bring in the clowns!. Do
you, seriously, trust clowns? Isn't there something twisted about the idea of
placing them near children? Or at least children that you care about.
And what's George think? "He felt he MUST have a bright red balloon.
He reached over and tried to help himself".
Obviously he was never taught right from wrong, because who bothers
to teach that to abductees anyway? We are being told here that Red
is good, red is valuable, desire red, and if this is not an introduction
to Socialism or Communism I don't know what is. Of course he
helped himself, just as he would help himself to a Plasma TV when
the riots began later.

Rather than have George taken away for theft, where he would be
unavailable for "sharing and caring time", his "father" who is very
clearly NOT his biological parent, "paid the balloon man for
all the balloons", and in doing so failed to teach George to be responsible
for his own actions.

People don't grow up to be thieves, Socialists, captives, and with
low self-esteem; they need a book to teach you those skills.

Curious George, later known as the Primate of Pain, Sweet Georgie,
and Lucifer, Monkey of Mayhem. And we must also notice that
society tried to pin the cause of HIV virus on his relatives in Africa
as well, you know, the ones that didn't get put in a bag like George.

Connect the dots, figure it out for yourself. Monkey lives Matter as well.
 

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If Disney programmed kids, the George books could have as well.
I was a big fan of Tintin obviously, but I cant quite see any programming there. Some violence of course.
Still, vigilance is required for parents.
I never liked the Curious George books, not sure why but maybe I do now.
 

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Monkey lives do not matter at all (I understand) Life is short on these matters which have no relevance. Certain rabbit holes are presented within in a nefarious Castle.
 

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If Disney programmed kids, the George books could have as well.
I was a big fan of Tintin obviously, but I cant quite see any programming there. Some violence of course.
Still, vigilance is required for parents.
I never liked the Curious George books, not sure why but maybe I do now.
I never liked them either. Probably thought they were boring.
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Monkey lives do not matter at all (I understand) Life is short on these matters which have no relevance. Certain rabbit holes are presented within in a nefarious Castle.
You know, when I first read your post, I thought "this was done by a computer program, one that takes snippets and places them together into something slightly understandable". But perhaps I am wrong.
Rabbit holes in a nefarious Castle, sounds like the title for a new age song.
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If Disney programmed kids, the George books could have as well.
I was a big fan of Tintin obviously, but I cant quite see any programming there. Some violence of course.
Still, vigilance is required for parents.
I never liked the Curious George books, not sure why but maybe I do now.
 

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I remember have a copy of a Curios George book as a child where the monkey went to the hospital. While there, his curiosity drove him to huff ether and get loopy. As you can probably guess, this particular Curios George is no longer available on the shelves...
 

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I remember have a copy of a Curios George book as a child where the monkey went to the hospital. While there, his curiosity drove him to huff ether and get loopy. As you can probably guess, this particular Curios George is no longer available on the shelves...
You know I completely forgot that episode, but remembered it as soon as you mentioned it.
What a riot.
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I remember have a copy of a Curios George book as a child where the monkey went to the hospital. While there, his curiosity drove him to huff ether and get loopy. As you can probably guess, this particular Curios George is no longer available on the shelves...
Just out of pure curiosity, do you watch "they Live" about every four months, as I do?
 

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I remember have a copy of a Curios George book as a child where the monkey went to the hospital. While there, his curiosity drove him to huff ether and get loopy. As you can probably guess, this particular Curios George is no longer available on the shelves...
You know I completely forgot that episode, but remembered it as soon as you mentioned it.
What a riot.
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I remember have a copy of a Curios George book as a child where the monkey went to the hospital. While there, his curiosity drove him to huff ether and get loopy. As you can probably guess, this particular Curios George is no longer available on the shelves...
Just out of pure curiosity, do you watch "they Live" about every four months, as I do?
I certainly do! If you haven’t guessed already, it’s one of my all time favorites.
 

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I've seen a lot of kids movies that I thought had horrible messages for kids in them.
The Little Mermaid had unrealistic desires (to be human even though she was a princess in the sea). She disobeyed her father, nearly got him killed, cost him his kingdom and in the end got everything she wanted with no accountability for her actions.

I read fairy tales to my kids and changed the parts I didn't like. A few years ago my daughter called me exclaiming that the stories she grew up with had changed! Cinderella no longer becomes a corporate CEO but instead married the prince and lived happily ever after. LOL
I read The Tawney Scrawny Lion and told my kids the lion had a parasite from eating uncooked meat and that lions are not vegan. To this day none of them eat sushi. 😏
Never cared for curious george and never read them to my kids.

Had a favorite book called The Princess and the Lord of Darkness (iirc) about a princess whose parents were cursed by the Lord of Darkness to have their kingdom crumble if ever the princess wanted anything and didn't get it. She grows up to not be a spoiled brat. She goes for a walk about in the kingdom and encounters people who have need of her most precious possessions which she gives. She returns home empty-handed and the Lord of Darkness gleefully comes to destroy the kingdom as promised when she tells him that what she really wants is for the curse to be lifted which causes him to be defeated. Great story with a good lesson.

There are also kids Christian books with a moral to the stories.

A lot of things presented to kids are just horrible but a lot of parents are asleep at the wheel, not seeing the dangers of indoctrination being spoon-fed to their kids.

I watched Nickelodeon once with my son and realized I'm not old enough to watch after school specials. The story was that some child gets kidnapped and the abductor throws the kid in a crematorium and turns on the fire! Holy mother of mercy! What sick mind thought that was a good story for kids? I turned it off before we found out what happened to the poor child. When my blood pressure returned to normal I told my son that the child escaped and the bad man was caught and put in jail where he was beat up every day. That's supposed to be entertainment for young people? That's the sort of thing you hear on the nightly news, ffs!

We didn't watch a lot of TV and I read kids books myself before reading them to my kids. Other parents mocked me for saying that what we entertain ourselves with determines our value system. "It's just a book" (or tv show or music). My answer was always, "no, it's not."
 

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I never read a curious George book or had one in my house when my kids were little, but my ex boyfriend who likes to get high on anything you can get high on, told me of a few times he took DMT and everytime he did he saw Curious George. Now if you know anything about DMT you will be aware that that DMT is a different experience from simply being high. Even researchers who have studied it claim that what is experienced during a DMT trip is actually happening and the user is experiencing and interacting with actual entities in another reality, My boyfriend is not the only person who has met Curious George, others who trip on DMT who do not know each other have as well. I can only conclude that Curious George is something from the wicked DMT realm. I guess
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I've seen a lot of kids movies that I thought had horrible messages for kids in them.
The Little Mermaid had unrealistic desires (to be human even though she was a princess in the sea). She disobeyed her father, nearly got him killed, cost him his kingdom and in the end got everything she wanted with no accountability for her actions.

I read fairy tales to my kids and changed the parts I didn't like. A few years ago my daughter called me exclaiming that the stories she grew up with had changed! Cinderella no longer becomes a corporate CEO but instead married the prince and lived happily ever after. LOL
I read The Tawney Scrawny Lion and told my kids the lion had a parasite from eating uncooked meat and that lions are not vegan. To this day none of them eat sushi. 😏
Never cared for curious george and never read them to my kids.

Had a favorite book called The Princess and the Lord of Darkness (iirc) about a princess whose parents were cursed by the Lord of Darkness to have their kingdom crumble if ever the princess wanted anything and didn't get it. She grows up to not be a spoiled brat. She goes for a walk about in the kingdom and encounters people who have need of her most precious possessions which she gives. She returns home empty-handed and the Lord of Darkness gleefully comes to destroy the kingdom as promised when she tells him that what she really wants is for the curse to be lifted which causes him to be defeated. Great story with a good lesson.

There are also kids Christian books with a moral to the stories.

A lot of things presented to kids are just horrible but a lot of parents are asleep at the wheel, not seeing the dangers of indoctrination being spoon-fed to their kids.

I watched Nickelodeon once with my son and realized I'm not old enough to watch after school specials. The story was that some child gets kidnapped and the abductor throws the kid in a crematorium and turns on the fire! Holy mother of mercy! What sick mind thought that was a good story for kids? I turned it off before we found out what happened to the poor child. When my blood pressure returned to normal I told my son that the child escaped and the bad man was caught and put in jail where he was beat up every day. That's supposed to be entertainment for young people? That's the sort of thing you hear on the nightly news, ffs!

We didn't watch a lot of TV and I read kids books myself before reading them to my kids. Other parents mocked me for saying that what we entertain ourselves with determines our value system. "It's just a book" (or tv show or music). My answer was always, "no, it's not."
It was only about a decade ago that I started revisiting some of the literature I was raised on realized how horrible it all was, No wonder I have issues 😈👻💀👽🤖🤡😶
 

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I've seen a lot of kids movies that I thought had horrible messages for kids in them.
The Little Mermaid had unrealistic desires (to be human even though she was a princess in the sea). She disobeyed her father, nearly got him killed, cost him his kingdom and in the end got everything she wanted with no accountability for her actions.

I read fairy tales to my kids and changed the parts I didn't like. A few years ago my daughter called me exclaiming that the stories she grew up with had changed! Cinderella no longer becomes a corporate CEO but instead married the prince and lived happily ever after. LOL
I read The Tawney Scrawny Lion and told my kids the lion had a parasite from eating uncooked meat and that lions are not vegan. To this day none of them eat sushi. 😏
Never cared for curious george and never read them to my kids.

Had a favorite book called The Princess and the Lord of Darkness (iirc) about a princess whose parents were cursed by the Lord of Darkness to have their kingdom crumble if ever the princess wanted anything and didn't get it. She grows up to not be a spoiled brat. She goes for a walk about in the kingdom and encounters people who have need of her most precious possessions which she gives. She returns home empty-handed and the Lord of Darkness gleefully comes to destroy the kingdom as promised when she tells him that what she really wants is for the curse to be lifted which causes him to be defeated. Great story with a good lesson.

There are also kids Christian books with a moral to the stories.

A lot of things presented to kids are just horrible but a lot of parents are asleep at the wheel, not seeing the dangers of indoctrination being spoon-fed to their kids.

I watched Nickelodeon once with my son and realized I'm not old enough to watch after school specials. The story was that some child gets kidnapped and the abductor throws the kid in a crematorium and turns on the fire! Holy mother of mercy! What sick mind thought that was a good story for kids? I turned it off before we found out what happened to the poor child. When my blood pressure returned to normal I told my son that the child escaped and the bad man was caught and put in jail where he was beat up every day. That's supposed to be entertainment for young people? That's the sort of thing you hear on the nightly news, ffs!

We didn't watch a lot of TV and I read kids books myself before reading them to my kids. Other parents mocked me for saying that what we entertain ourselves with determines our value system. "It's just a book" (or tv show or music). My answer was always, "no, it's not."
Yes, there are a lot of sick minds roaming the world at this time. Hate is big on the charts.
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I never read a curious George book or had one in my house when my kids were little, but my ex boyfriend who likes to get high on anything you can get high on, told me of a few times he took DMT and everytime he did he saw Curious George. Now if you know anything about DMT you will be aware that that DMT is a different experience from simply being high. Even researchers who have studied it claim that what is experienced during a DMT trip is actually happening and the user is experiencing and interacting with actual entities in another reality, My boyfriend is not the only person who has met Curious George, others who trip on DMT who do not know each other have as well. I can only conclude that Curious George is something from the wicked DMT realm. I guess
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I've seen a lot of kids movies that I thought had horrible messages for kids in them.
The Little Mermaid had unrealistic desires (to be human even though she was a princess in the sea). She disobeyed her father, nearly got him killed, cost him his kingdom and in the end got everything she wanted with no accountability for her actions.

I read fairy tales to my kids and changed the parts I didn't like. A few years ago my daughter called me exclaiming that the stories she grew up with had changed! Cinderella no longer becomes a corporate CEO but instead married the prince and lived happily ever after. LOL
I read The Tawney Scrawny Lion and told my kids the lion had a parasite from eating uncooked meat and that lions are not vegan. To this day none of them eat sushi. 😏
Never cared for curious george and never read them to my kids.

Had a favorite book called The Princess and the Lord of Darkness (iirc) about a princess whose parents were cursed by the Lord of Darkness to have their kingdom crumble if ever the princess wanted anything and didn't get it. She grows up to not be a spoiled brat. She goes for a walk about in the kingdom and encounters people who have need of her most precious possessions which she gives. She returns home empty-handed and the Lord of Darkness gleefully comes to destroy the kingdom as promised when she tells him that what she really wants is for the curse to be lifted which causes him to be defeated. Great story with a good lesson.

There are also kids Christian books with a moral to the stories.

A lot of things presented to kids are just horrible but a lot of parents are asleep at the wheel, not seeing the dangers of indoctrination being spoon-fed to their kids.

I watched Nickelodeon once with my son and realized I'm not old enough to watch after school specials. The story was that some child gets kidnapped and the abductor throws the kid in a crematorium and turns on the fire! Holy mother of mercy! What sick mind thought that was a good story for kids? I turned it off before we found out what happened to the poor child. When my blood pressure returned to normal I told my son that the child escaped and the bad man was caught and put in jail where he was beat up every day. That's supposed to be entertainment for young people? That's the sort of thing you hear on the nightly news, ffs!

We didn't watch a lot of TV and I read kids books myself before reading them to my kids. Other parents mocked me for saying that what we entertain ourselves with determines our value system. "It's just a book" (or tv show or music). My answer was always, "no, it's not."
It was only about a decade ago that I started revisiting some of the literature I was raised on realized how horrible it all was, No wonder I have issues 😈👻💀👽🤖🤡😶
DMT must lift the thin curtain from time to time. We all have issues, and if you look at the
sickos that own the publishing and film companies now, and the TV stations, it will only
get worse. We are being groomed, prepared. For what I don;t yet know.
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You know, I published this as a sort of tongue in cheek type entry. I totally understand that the monkey in Curious George does not stand for humans of color. But the attitudes that are evident in the book are enough to have it carefully examined and then flushed, in my opinion. What was merely a funny take on a children's book later became an awakening to what might really be going on behind the scenes.
 
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I personally find these topics distasteful in the extreme. However the sheer amount of programming of the youth is off the scale and everywhere and has been throughout history (the Pinocchio thread was great read by the way). Take for example my local childrens charity. In what way or shape or form is that crocodile not a creepy predator (apologies for the poor quality photo)?

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As it happens I currently live in a small area that contains the Hellfire Caves. Stoke Mandeville Hospital (Jimmy Saviles hunting ground), Gary Glitters former residence, Roald Dahls home and museum in Great Missenden. Check out this terribly creepy video from British television, amounting to a pretty damning judgment on both Gary Glitter and Roald Dahls daughte. The finger shush is quite telling. Enid Blyton also - although I have no reason to include her in the same sentence also.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZ2p8_4pqTI


I wonder long and hard about how this ties into stolen history, which it clearly in my opinion does, for I feel it is clearly linked to the modus operandi of those that write the narratives. However I must admit I do find the whole subject distasteful. This video is taken from a pretty interesting documentary called the ninth circle. Although it comes with a distasteful warning.
 

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I personally find these topics distasteful in the extreme. However the sheer amount of programming of the youth is off the scale and everywhere and has been throughout history (the Pinocchio thread was great read by the way). Take for example my local childrens charity. In what way or shape or form is that crocodile not a creepy predator (apologies for the poor quality photo)?

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As it happens I currently live in a small area that contains the Hellfire Caves. Stoke Mandeville Hospital (Jimmy Saviles hunting ground), Gary Glitters former residence, Roald Dahls home and museum in Great Missenden. Check out this terribly creepy video from British television, amounting to a pretty damning judgment on both Gary Glitter and Roald Dahls daughte. The finger shush is quite telling. Enid Blyton also - although I have no reason to include her in the same sentence also.

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZ2p8_4pqTI


I wonder long and hard about how this ties into stolen history, which it clearly in my opinion does, for I feel it is clearly linked to the modus operandi of those that write the narratives. However I must admit I do find the whole subject distasteful. This video is taken from a pretty interesting documentary called the ninth circle. Although it comes with a distasteful warning.
I will let you into a little secret, I was once incarcerated because i was having a lot of trouble adjusting to the abuse that I suffered in the so called "care" system in the uk, I was in HMP Bristol, Nov 1999, he was put in this prison and was not allowed into the general population because he would have had a lot of holes put into him in a very short period of time.

This has been going on through almost all types of media for a long long time, take for instance the children's books authored(supposedly) by the Duchess of York , Sarah Ferguson, Budgie the helicopter, a delightful tale of kidnapping, great to get your little ones to sleep at night!


The first couple of reviews say enough.

If you really want to delve into this subject you should have a look at this blog, but be aware that it is not for the faint of heart as it show how Holy-wood has been using that particular media to program that masses into accepting that sodomy is not only ok but desireable!


Not a subject that i like but i think as adults we need to face the reality of this kind of stuff and realise it's toxicity!
 

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