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TV show Community does NWO/Illuminati symbology episode - spoiler alert

 
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TV show Community does NWO/Illuminati symbology episode - spoiler alert
I just watched the most recent episode of Community. I've been watching it for awhile and the show can be hit or miss. Sometimes it's epic, other times it's a drag. This one though is something special because I shit you not it has a storyline that mirrors our current NWO situation.

In it, the main group protests against the school leadership publicly for incompetence which sorta led to the death of their classmate. They complain that the schools constant mistakes ruins their lives. The Dean grants emergency powers to the security crew to control the embarrassing protests. The security takes those powers and runs wild with them. A riot breaks out where riot teams break up the protesters, who end up in the hospital (hospital wing of the school technically). The protesters wind up kicked out of school. After being kicked out, they all sit down for an uncharacteristic, depressing, booze and pizza party when they discuss that this is indeed the correct timeline because "we're all here, and we're all together". The characters rarely drink together. As this ending is going along, you see a pizza delivery guy (from a previous episode that deals with the timeline variations) says "wait, there are other timelines?"

Just really really spooky to me. Community doesn't do political stuff really and the whole symbolism seems over the top at a glance. Plus, in order to put this episodes story together they had to use elements from past episodes which means multiple directors (the directors kinda take turns).

It could just be a crazy story inspired by real life but man it's fracking spooky. The seasonal story arch for this season is absolutely bizarre. They are pushing this side story with Troy and the leader of a cult-like group of HVAC repairmen heavily. In it, Troy is tempted to join the cult for fame and fortune but Troy refuses because he wants to enjoy life with his friends. So the cult-leader can be seen in several instances manipulating Troy and Troy's relationships. This led to a war between the two best friends that almost ended their relationship but wound up strengthening it.

The symbology is just too much for a cutesy sitcom IMO.

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Re: TV show Community does NWO/Illuminati symbology episode - spoiler alert
Episode of the Office did the same thing the same night ,

at the end 3 business guys who lost an account were musing over what they would be doing if they were not in sales,

the one business man
(who was never on the show before) say

" Well, the way this company is being run into the ground, none of us will be doing this in 6 months"

and then walks off

definite hint at the same analogy
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So here is a little more about this. I think they are working toward a season finale to show us some sort of conclusion or thought about the whole Illuminati/NWO situation. I think it's been going on the whole season and only this season.

Here is a breakdown of how I think the characters are being symbolized:

The Study Group represents the population at large. They are diverse, fight among each other but deeply care at the same time, are just trying to get through the "school" intact, are under the thumb of the Dean but find him ridiculous and mock him constantly,

The Dean represents the aspect of government that is genuine but naive, powerless, silly/petty, and sexually perturbed.

Chang represents the enforcement of government as the school's security guard and sometimes the POTUS.

The school has a Board, the supreme court.

Vice Dean is a cool character. I think this guy represents the secret power behind the apparent power. In other words, TPTB or the Illuminati. He is more powerful despite the "vice" and scares the Dean to his pitiful soul. His place of business is physically separated in the school's annex, but the annex is the real source of the school's income, alumni contribution, power in general. At first the Dean was cocky toward the Vice Dean but now that the Dean knows better he's scared shitless to even go near the school annex. Oh yeah, and the "students" of greater Greendale generally do not know about the nature of the HVAC school annex and it's power, though the Study Group does I think.
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Oh yeah, and when the Dean tried to put a stop to it all, Chang tranqs him and replaces the Dean with a clone. The Dean says "oh, that's me" before being tranquilized. The clone helps manipulate a decision against the Study Group. Then Chang steps in and bribes, pals around with, and generally sweet talks the Board on top of the clone's help. They celebrate the decision to expel the Study Group from the School.

Did I mention that Alex (Starburns, the guy who started the whole downhill spiral into protests and riots by dying at the school with school lab equipment full of meth in his pocket and whose death or body is not shown to us) ashes are missing?uhoh

Does that story sound familiar? remember the news story of a man dying because he had a meth lab in his pocket? This episode came out days after that real world event.
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It's a funny thing about Alex, he's a tool and would take a fistful of dollars from the Devil as a "favor", he's that kind of guy. But in the whole season finale, the Vice Dean is invisible. I think the Vice Dean paid Starburns to disappear as a false flag to destroy the School so the Dean will be blamed and the Vice Dean will step in and happily clean everything up and make everything 'secure' again.
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oops, got part of that wrong, he didn't die at the school with the meth lab in his pocket but the Dean got a phone call that Starburns was rear-ended with a meth lab in the trunk of his car, built with school lab gear. So no one at the school witnessed the death and the ashes are missing from the urn (or he's still alive somewhere, hiding on orders from Vice Dean).

A false flag event featured in a NBC show as a major plot element?

O.K., I'm moving on now, I just thought it was really interesting.

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