One video blogger looks back at Captain Planet cartoon series and the environmentalist messages it transmitted with absolute revulsion. It not only demonized businessmen and laborers, but humans in general. To some environmentalists, the cartoon series didn’t go far enough in it’s condemnations of humanity and its activities.
Futurama‘s 2002 episode Crimes of the Hot was pitched at the time as being a vehicle to highlight the perils of human-induced climate change. After seeing the episode again tonight, it is abundantly clear the show is a spoof of the entire subject. The episode also serves as a warning of the true intent of… Read More “Futurama” episode parodies climate change, slams Al Gore
Watts Up With That? Almost immediately after Trump announced he’d exit the Paris Climate Accord, the world went haywire. Dilbert creator, Scot Adams, was the first to notice and promptly tweeted his reaction. Our resident cartoonist, Josh, noticed and replied: inspiring, now all bad weather can be blamed on @realDonaldTrumppic.twitter.com/ZlKZj56mUS— Josh (@Cartoonsbyjosh) June 2, 2017… Read More Friday Funny – the first consequence of exiting the #ParisAgreement
This past Sunday an event was held in Garland, Texas hosted by the American Freedom Defense Initiative. The affair involved cartoon artists drawing charicatures of Islam’s prophet Muhammad. Unfortunately, AFDI’s gathering was also the focus of two Islamic terrorists who swore allegiance to the group ISIS and appeared at the venue outside with rifles at… Read More Jihad in Texas – Bosch Fawstin