Perhaps you ought to do so then before postulating theories about what Oda's intent was. Anybody can come up with a half-baked theory if they don't have all the facts.
You must think I'm an idiot…DUH Oda didn't foresee Iraq. He said Arabasta was similar to Moses-era Egypt and I said it was similar to Iraq.
The Jews are money lenders, usurers, and it was this that earned them the opprobrium of the people they came amongst.
They have moved from country to country, changing their names, adopting whatever language was convenient, yet staying apart, jealously guarding their Jewish identity. Parasites act in the same way, living off their victims, manipulating and destroying. Yet even parasites manage to live in some sort of symbiosis with their hosts. Jews however, over millenia, seem to have found it difficult.
WTF, the jews of today are not the same as the ones 14 centuries ago, or even 400 years ago. Have you read this book…?
It's real interesting. The "Zionists" are lead by the new Synagogue of Satan, which was formed by John Weishaupt. Watch this:
Btw, the dude who put on the video, his account was deleted 10 times.
> Theories defeated, bigoted sources, overall creepyness.
Close thread a mod.
It is NOT a theory, it's an Oda's inspiration thread. He himself said he gathered a lot of research material before starting, I believe it was the 1st volume. I don't hate Jews, I'm anti-totalitarionist. I'm anti-zionist. Does that mean I hate all jews…? You'd have to be a bigot yourself to think that way.
I hate Karl Marx, I hate Mao, I hate Stalin more than anyone actually (Who kicked Jews out of his cabinet). I am sick of the "War on Terror", and I am tired of people taking things like this so lightly…but guess what? That isn't even what I started the thread for.
This is about ONE PIECE. Now, lets continue…
An interesting individual mentioned in "Pawns in the Game" is Captain Morgan. Yes, you can believe what I said: http://www.the7thfire.com/new_world_order/illuminati/freemasons_kidnapped_murdered_Morgan.htm
Who is Morgan in One Piece…? A tyrannical, almost Stalinist Marine Captain who rules with fear. Quite contrary to the original, he is corrupt beyond repair. Morgan captures Kuro, through hypnosis, and becomes a well-known figure in East Blue. In the orignal turn of events, Morgan discovers the truth of the Free Masons and attempts to warn people. When they don't listen, he
flees to Canada, but is killed by Richard Howard. What is Morgan doing now?
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The apparent right hand man of Garp springs into action: The target MUST
Morgan takes off…to where? Obviously not Canada
And the "Chance encounter" should be an indicator…the fact Morgan has still not appeared, even after the Events of Enies Lobby and narrating the cruelty of Ohara, should speak volumes (no pun intended). Oda is saving him from a grand death scene.
> "Zomg, Oda alreadi3 said Morgan was based off Morgan t3h pirate111"
Again, there may be more than one source. The Schichibukai were either inspired by the Pravateers or the 7 samurai (Or both!). A better example is Crocodile for instance. The way he took over Arabast is very Zionistic (Gathering up all the wealth, putting a stranglehold on a resource during plague and famine), but he apparently was doing it for his own ambition. That was the whole point in getting the "Pluton" ship, the Govt. would stop him. In comparison, Croc is modeled after the Peter Pan villain Captain Hook (Which is speculation, but Oda used to watch American movies and Greg made this point too), but Hook obviously wasn't a genius mob-boss. So where did that come from…? Probably Godfather-esque movies. What about the Sand Powers...? Spider-man. You see...? There can be more than one source. Don't act so pragmatic.
And the Pluton is later used by Oda (During Enies Lobby, Ubiq) as a WMD plot-deice. I see no coincidence.
In such context, I like "It's not that deep" better than "It's so deep and well researched!" Better a shallow story to stir our hearts to kindness than a deep parable to remind us of all our shortcomings.
Well I only think the hidden meanings in One Piece are deep, and as the title suggests, the "mega" story arcs.
Note: Since THAT issue is so sensitive, I think I'm going to have to do something different. And I apologize to any semmetists out there offended by my words. It's your leaders I criticize, not you or your culture. And again, I apologize for being harsh.