Tom & Jerry Versus the Thought Police

by Dave Blount | October 2, 2014 2:41 pm

With every passing year, the liberal ruling class becomes more rigid and intolerant in its ideology, insisting that ever more of the past be disparaged or even eradicated for not conforming to the currently dominant mindset. Warning labels indicate that Tom & Jerry cartoons are living on borrowed time:

Fans of classic Tom and Jerry cartoons have been warned that episodes of the iconic show may depict scenes of ‘ethnic and racial prejudice’.

Subscribers to Amazon Prime Instant Video are now met with a caution before viewing certain episodes of the long-running cartoon.

It follows concerns that the representation of a black maid on early episodes of the cartoon show – which made its first episodes in the 1940s – was an example of the era’s prejudices.

Tom and Jerry: The Complete Second Volume is accompanied by the caution: ‘Tom and Jerry shorts may depict some ethnic and racial prejudices that were once commonplace in American society. Such depictions were wrong then and are wrong today.’

There is no escape from the thought police and their sanctimonious lecturing regarding which points of view are and are not permissible.

Parts of Tom & Jerry cartoons have been censored because they allegedly glorified smoking. Whole episodes have been removed from collections because liberals thought they could perceive racism in them.

Our past is our identity. Bit by bit, they are erasing it.

Tom and Jerry

Graphic and tip compliments of Stormfax. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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