Here's a bit of a flip-side "rhyme" entry to the Natalie-Portman-becomes-veganism-evangelist piece from last Thursday: Actor Adam Baldwin - impressively still riding on the geek-godhood train evidently granted everyone who was on "Firefly" - believes that he has detected a sinister, subversive message hiding deep within the popular culture... specifically, hiding deep within the 1970s "Sesame Street" tune "We All Sing The Same Song."
No, really. Here's some money-quotes:
"Yet, embedded in its visually intoxicating muppetry and otherwise innocently entertaining educational content there lurks highly controversial political messages designed to promote multiculturalism and global citizenship"
"A main tenet of the multiculturalism and Enviro-Statism inculcated by Modern Liberal educators and as practiced on “Sesame Street” — exemplified in “We All Sing the Same Song,” is the diminishment of the unique greatness of American culture."
But to get the full effect, you really need to check out the whole thing. Here's his initial article:
And here's the follow-up piece:
And, of course, to complete the picture, here's the vile work of propaganda that's got him so worked-up in the first place: