cartoons out of context

People using the racist shit Disney’s used in cartoons before for why Pewdiepie isn’t at fault is just… really out of context, plain and simple.

Disney no longer uses those characters, imagery, or jokes. Ever. Full stop they do not use any of them and never air those cartoons again because they are offensive, insensitive, and racist. Even if they didn’t mean them to be, they have taken responsibility for their actions, unlike Pewdiepie. Pewdiepie’s antisemitic videos were made for the purpose of making antisemitic jokes, nothing more. They can’t even be called jokes either, because a man literally walks around dressed as Jesus and praising Hitler. That isn’t a joke, it’s Nazi propaganda because at no point is this framed as a bad thing, it’s framed as people’s horrified reactions being “funny” and “over the top”, justifying the video.

At no point is there an apology or even statement recognizing how damaging and outright terrifying this is, because as it stands right now there are legitimate nazis out and about threatening people’s lives; there is no way for people to be able to tell until after the fact that it was supposedly a joke and not an actual nazi. This is just one of multiple videos he did in this manner.

So yeah, it’s not the same thing and Pewdiepie is actually at fault. If you fail to see this, and still ‘stand with Pewdiepie’, please examine your actions and ideas because you are standing with someone, who intentionally or not, is validating the ideals of a group of people who’s purpose is to work tword the genocide of already stigmatized groups of people.

John: *angry for no reason* What’re you doing?

George: If you leave a jug outside the door, a leprechaun will fill it with gold, they say.

*John and Paul laugh, then abruptly stop and John’s eye lose focus*

Paul:*mean voice* That’s ridiculous! You’re supposed to leave it on the mantel!

*cut to pots on the mantel with the beatles faces on them*

John: *still angry* Like That!

(disclaimer: this makes as much sense in context as out)

The signs as out-of-context quotes from Cartoon Network shows
  1. Aquarius: BURN ATLANTA TO THE GROUND! ~ Johnny Bravo
  2. Pisces: Ice Bear smells like clean babies. ~ We Bare Bears
  3. Aeries: Wait a minute! This is the wrong book! WRONG! BOOK! ~ The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
  4. Taurus: May I remind you that IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII AM THE STAAAAR OF THIS SHOW!!!!!! ~ My Gym Partner Is A Monkey
  5. Gemini: We haven’t kissed like that since 1980! ~ The Powerpuff Girls
  6. Cancer: Aww baby, is your voice still cursed? ~ The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack
  7. Leo: Let that be a lesson to all you cupcakes. Hnnnn. ~ Adventure Time
  8. Virgo: Nigel why are you tying up Mama Mashed Potatoes and Uncle Twinkletoes? ~ Courage the Cowardly Dog
  9. Libra: They’re bleeding. Oh no, they are dead. Don’t call again. ~ Steven Universe
  10. Scorpio: This is the Hat of Discipline. DO YOU LIVE IN A CAVE?! ~ Ed Edd n Eddy
  11. Sagittarius: Judy Garland?! Where?! ~ Dexter’s Laboratory
  12. Capricorn: Let’s adopt this grown man right now! ~ Cow and Chicken
fo4 companions as aesthetics
  • Cait: broken toothed smiles, shattered vintage liquor bottles, torn lace and bite marks, winter mornings at cold harbors, old tattoos with new ink crossing over and through.
  • Codsworth: freshly mowed grass, beds with mounds of fluffed pillows, apple pies cooling on windowsills, songbirds perched on telephone wires, photo albums added to since childhood.
  • Curie: fresh bouquets in glass vases, bay windows with sea views, fine china filled with herbal tea, old bicycles with wicker baskets, barefoot walks down rainy streets.
  • Danse: swords cast into mountaintops, metal bunkers hidden in dark woods, waves washing over jagged rocks, freshly fallen snow at daybreak, dark clouds with silver linings.
  • Deacon: out of context stills from 90s cartoons, roadside diners lost in the desert, second hand tie-dye shirts, endless horizons with wild skies, empty amusement parks at dusk.
  • Dogmeat: warm slippers, homemade cookies fresh from the oven, burning log fires, legs and paws tangled in fleece blankets, light spilling through drawn curtains.
  • Hancock: torn paintings and broken statues, anarchistic graffiti on monuments, ornate knives and quills, after-parties in palaces, handwritten letters with fingerprint marks.
  • MacCready: comic panels on cork boards, blurry photos of sappy drunks, dollar bills with false promises written on, walking highways at midnight, crumpled pictures of ex-lovers.
  • Nick: neon signs reflected in puddles on city streets, title cards from old movies, stars above skylines, smokey jazz bars with dimmed lights, partners rushing into an embrace.
  • Piper: old books and rumpled sheets, polaroids tinted with age, black coffee spilled onto hastily scribbled words, lipstick stains on cigarettes, clothes abandoned at the door.
  • Preston: patchwork sewn coats and quilts, campfires fading on forest floors, overgrown treehouses, flying burned and torn flags, wooden swords and old toys hidden beneath beds.
  • Strong: broken chain links, abandoned buildings with rusted walls, bandages pulled taut against skin, thorns and vines wrapped around wire fences, vandalized warning signs.
  • X6-88: leather cloaks and silk scarves, towers with mirrored windows, clean cut diamonds, geometric statues in stark colors and fine lines, skyline pools reflecting full moons.