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23rd Aug '16 3:02:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Wiki/{{Conservapedia}}'', although it's more like Everyone Is Liberal In Washington, DC.
17th Aug '16 10:25:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* You can find plenty of this at Website/FundiesSayTheDarndestThings. A few particularly rich examples include...
** ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' and ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' will give you [[http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=58358 real demons!]]
** ''Film/{{Avatar}}'' is conditioning people to [[http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=69924 accept reptilians and half-human hybrids]].
** [[Franchise/StarTrek Klingons]] are [[http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=62380 also part of the reptilian agenda - and the "Klingon" language is really the reptilian language!]]
** Razer keyboards are offensive to God because [[http://www.fstdt.com/QuoteComment.aspx?QID=97056 they have a snake on the space bar!]]
9th Aug '16 9:08:57 AM KiraDoom
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* Some subcultures are attacked for encouraging Satanism/celebrating the occult. The {{Goth}} subculture is a very prominent example; [[SarcasmMode they dress in black and dabble in the arts, so they must be evil!]][[note]]One could joke that beatniks could be evil going by this logic, but frankly, beatniks ''have'' been attacked before.[[/note]] It's not just religious zealots, either; for a while, the general public has had quite a few misconceptions about goths being angry and dangerous, specifically after UsefulNotes/{{Columbine}}, as Harris and Klebold had been misidentified as being part of the subculture. Luckily, this seems to have died done significantly, but prejudices don't just disappear completely.



* It's not as common as other examples, but the ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' trading card game and [[Anime/YuGiOh anime]] have been attacked for being Satanic and evil. Take [[http://www.studytoanswer.net/contemporary/yugioh.html this article]] for example. Part of the argument is that the game encourages summoning Pagan gods and refers to the Ancient Egyptian themes as "occult". And, of course, it mentions ''almost everything else'' that gets attacked for being demonic (''Literature/HarryPotter'', ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'', ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering''). [[note]]Surprisingly, despite the fact that people like this attack the concept of Yugi harboring an ancient spirit, they don't seem to attack [[PerkyGoth Yugi]] himself for his [[FreakyFashionMildMind typical attire]].[[/note]]

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* It's not as common as other examples, but the ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' trading card game and [[Anime/YuGiOh anime]] have been attacked for being Satanic and evil. Take [[http://www.studytoanswer.net/contemporary/yugioh.html this article]] for example. Part of the argument is that the game encourages summoning Pagan gods and refers to the Ancient Egyptian themes as "occult". And, of course, it mentions ''almost everything else'' that gets attacked for being demonic (''Literature/HarryPotter'', ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'', ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering''). [[note]]Surprisingly, despite the fact that people like this attack the concept of Yugi harboring an ancient spirit, they don't seem to attack [[PerkyGoth Yugi]] himself for his [[FreakyFashionMildMind typical attire]].[[/note]]
9th Aug '16 8:52:16 AM KiraDoom
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* ''[[UpToEleven Anime in general]]''-and many things associated with it-tends to be viewed as such, since a lot of anime (children's anime, in particular) deals with magic and fantastic creatures. In many cases where anime or something similar is mentioned, you might hear someone refer to the characters as "Oriental demons" or that the works was "influenced by Japanese Paganism/Occultism". Not only are many of these cases nonsense or misinformed, but they carry some really annoying UnfortunateImplications (since they seem to imply that Japan is Satan's domain). Among these examples include ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' and ''{{Anime/YuGiOh}}'', which are mentioned under the Tabletop Games and Video Games sections below.

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* ''[[UpToEleven Anime in general]]''-and many things associated with it-tends to be viewed as such, evil, since a lot of anime (children's anime, in particular) deals with magic and fantastic creatures. In many cases where anime or something similar is mentioned, you might hear someone refer to the characters as "Oriental demons" or that the works work was "influenced by Japanese Paganism/Occultism". Not only are many of these cases nonsense or misinformed, but they carry some really annoying UnfortunateImplications (since they seem to imply that Japan is Satan's domain). Among these examples include ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' and ''{{Anime/YuGiOh}}'', which are mentioned under the Tabletop Games and Video Games sections below.
9th Aug '16 8:50:18 AM KiraDoom
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* ''[[UpToEleven Anime in general]]''-and many things associated with it-tends to be viewed as such, since a lot of anime (children's anime, in particular) deals with magic and fantastic creatures. In many cases where anime or something similar is mentioned, you might hear someone refer to the characters as "Oriental demons" or that the works was "influenced by Japanese Paganism/Occultism". Not only are many of these cases nonsense or misinformed, but they carry some really annoying UnfortunateImplications (since they seem to imply that Japan is Satan's domain). Among these examples include ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' and ''{{Anime/YuGiOh}}'', which are mentioned under the Tabletop Games and Video Games sections below.


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* It's not as common as other examples, but the ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'' trading card game and [[Anime/YuGiOh anime]] have been attacked for being Satanic and evil. Take [[http://www.studytoanswer.net/contemporary/yugioh.html this article]] for example. Part of the argument is that the game encourages summoning Pagan gods and refers to the Ancient Egyptian themes as "occult". And, of course, it mentions ''almost everything else'' that gets attacked for being demonic (''Literature/HarryPotter'', ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'', ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering''). [[note]]Surprisingly, despite the fact that people like this attack the concept of Yugi harboring an ancient spirit, they don't seem to attack [[PerkyGoth Yugi]] himself for his [[FreakyFashionMildMind typical attire]].[[/note]]
6th Aug '16 10:03:37 AM nombretomado
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* {{Exploited}} by Veronica Cale in a WonderWoman StoryArc. WonderWoman (at this time ambassador of Themyscira) had published a book from which Veronica took a phrase out of context and used it to send the MoralGuardians after her.
* Happened in a fashion in a ''Comicbook/{{Batman}}'' StoryArc revolving around the publishing of [[FictionalDocument a Batman comic]] within the DCUniverse, which is a ridiculously over-the-top DarkerAndEdgier interpretation of Batman involving the occult. (Bruce Wayne couldn't get them to stop as he obviously never copyrighted Batman.) A SerialKiller calling himself "Batman" proceeded to kill those whom he perceived as "sinners", claiming that it's what Batman would've done. The comic book writer stopped making any more by the third issue, claiming he wouldn't bear the responsibility for any further killings.

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* {{Exploited}} by Veronica Cale in a WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman StoryArc. WonderWoman Wonder Woman (at this time ambassador of Themyscira) had published a book from which Veronica took a phrase out of context and used it to send the MoralGuardians after her.
* Happened in a fashion in a ''Comicbook/{{Batman}}'' StoryArc revolving around the publishing of [[FictionalDocument a Batman comic]] within the DCUniverse, Franchise/DCUniverse, which is a ridiculously over-the-top DarkerAndEdgier interpretation of Batman involving the occult. (Bruce Wayne couldn't get them to stop as he obviously never copyrighted Batman.) A SerialKiller calling himself "Batman" proceeded to kill those whom he perceived as "sinners", claiming that it's what Batman would've done. The comic book writer stopped making any more by the third issue, claiming he wouldn't bear the responsibility for any further killings.
23rd Jun '16 11:41:02 PM F-Lambda
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** This site, and others like it, hasn't gone unnoticed among the celebrities targeted. Music/LadyGaga is at the point where she's milking the attention/paranoia of conspiracy theorists for all it's worth, and Music/JayZ's [[TakeThat response]] was the brilliant and darkly artistic video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM1RChZk1EU "On to the Next One."]] They and other celebrities have also used metaphors like "selling their soul to the devil" and "swearing to Lucifer" in interviews, in an effort to troll conspiracy theorists.

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** This site, and others like it, hasn't gone unnoticed among the celebrities targeted. Music/LadyGaga is at the point where she's milking the attention/paranoia of conspiracy theorists for all it's worth, and Music/JayZ's [[TakeThat response]] was the brilliant and darkly artistic video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WM1RChZk1EU [[https://vimeo.com/74044121 "On to the Next One."]] They and other celebrities have also used metaphors like "selling their soul to the devil" and "swearing to Lucifer" in interviews, in an effort to troll conspiracy theorists.
11th Jun '16 3:48:40 PM nombretomado
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* The Imperial Order in the ''SwordOfTruth'' claims this about wizards and sorceresses in particular, but also in general about anyone who is better than anyone else at anything. They are not nice people. It also doesn't stop them from ''employing'' these wizards and sorceresses, either.

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* The Imperial Order in the ''SwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' claims this about wizards and sorceresses in particular, but also in general about anyone who is better than anyone else at anything. They are not nice people. It also doesn't stop them from ''employing'' these wizards and sorceresses, either.
7th May '16 3:21:37 PM nombretomado
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* Parody sites like Christ Wire play with this a lot. For example, in their analysis of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', they accuse the straight Glee club teacher of turning kids into homosexuals because he dances and sings a lot, and they also criticize it for encouraging kids to "have fun in the arts" instead of pursuing "real" careers. They skip over all the show's much more obvious attacks on the Christian Right -- like the fact that the celibacy club president becomes pregnant, or the way her ultra-conservative, GlennBeck-loving parents throw her out of the house when they find out. Even better is their article where they accuse ''TheGoldenGirls'' of turning "a generation of American boys into homosexuals."

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* Parody sites like Christ Wire play with this a lot. For example, in their analysis of ''Series/{{Glee}}'', they accuse the straight Glee club teacher of turning kids into homosexuals because he dances and sings a lot, and they also criticize it for encouraging kids to "have fun in the arts" instead of pursuing "real" careers. They skip over all the show's much more obvious attacks on the Christian Right -- like the fact that the celibacy club president becomes pregnant, or the way her ultra-conservative, GlennBeck-loving parents throw her out of the house when they find out. Even better is their article where they accuse ''TheGoldenGirls'' ''Series/TheGoldenGirls'' of turning "a generation of American boys into homosexuals."
10th Apr '16 8:09:31 PM aye_amber
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* During the infamous Satanic Panic of the 1980's, lots of metal bands such as {{Slayer}} and BlackSabbath were accused of hiding Satanic messages in their music via [[SubliminalSeduction backmasking]]. Naturally, if you listen to music backwards, and are trying to hear something, the gibberish will sound like something to you. Today, accusations of backmasking are almost always PlayedForLaughs, though there are still some conspiracy theorists who take them seriously.

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* During the infamous Satanic Panic of the 1980's, lots of metal bands such as {{Slayer}} Music/{{Slayer}} and BlackSabbath Music/BlackSabbath were accused of hiding Satanic messages in their music via [[SubliminalSeduction backmasking]]. Naturally, if you listen to music backwards, and are trying to hear something, the gibberish will sound like something to you. Today, accusations of backmasking are almost always PlayedForLaughs, though there are still some conspiracy theorists who take them seriously.
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