andy griffith show is communist propa...

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#66 Sep 11, 2011
Has anyone besides myself think this is just a good show that was very popular and used for entertainment? Good grief, find some other REAL cause.

Maybe hunger, child abuse, the homeless, our government needs a good bashing, why don't ya's start there?!?!

LMAO@The Andy Griffith Show being some conspiracy! I suppose Barney and Goober were the covert spies out to get all of us too?*roll eyes*
Joanie Loves Chachi

Irving, TX

#67 Sep 11, 2011
When Andy took Opie to go fishin they were obviously meeting with KGB agents. I know this because a CIA agent told me he saw Aunt Bee stuffing secret spy plane documents in her girdle

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#68 Sep 17, 2011
Joanie Loves Chachi wrote:
When Andy took Opie to go fishin they were obviously meeting with KGB agents. I know this because a CIA agent told me he saw Aunt Bee stuffing secret spy plane documents in her girdle
HAHA I just knew Aunt Bea was behind it all!
Hillbilly

Hurricane, WV

#69 Sep 17, 2011
Don't come to West Virginia talking this communist crap about the Andy Griffith show. You will soon find out why many of us don't have teeth! Hey Texas....you need rain? Piss on ya!

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#70 Sep 17, 2011
Hillbilly wrote:
Don't come to West Virginia talking this communist crap about the Andy Griffith show. You will soon find out why many of us don't have teeth! Hey Texas....you need rain? Piss on ya!
I hear ya! These people are just nuts!
Interested Observer

Rockwall, TX

#71 Sep 18, 2011
The suggestion that the show was anti-gun seems silly. The guy that started this thread says it was an anti-gun message because Andy didn't regularly carry a gun, and although Barney did, he was a buffoon with it, with accidental discharges, etc.. Quite simply, Barney was the buffoon in everything he did in the show, so his handling of his gun matched his general characteristics. The reason Andy didn't carry a gun was because it was a peaceful community most of the time, but when trouble arose, he goes for the rifle cabinet, as this thread's author points out. How is that a hypocritical act or an an anti-gun message? These conspiracy types that dream all this nonsense up need to take a chill pill!

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#72 Sep 18, 2011
I TOTALLY agree. Mayberry wasn't exactly crime central.
proves my point

Dallas, TX

#73 Sep 18, 2011
Hillbilly wrote:
Don't come to West Virginia talking this communist crap about the Andy Griffith show. You will soon find out why many of us don't have teeth! Hey Texas....you need rain? Piss on ya!
Hey WV Hillbilly!
You still porkin' your mom and sisters?
Everybody else is.
May your canary die in the mine tomorrow, just before you do!
Hillbiily

Ona, WV

#74 Sep 18, 2011
proves my point wrote:
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Hey WV Hillbilly!
You still porkin' your mom and sisters?
Everybody else is.
May your canary die in the mine tomorrow, just before you do!
I take offense from your post. I will have you know I love "pete" my little canary. About my mom and sisters, we don't do that up here, however we do all have at least 1 sheep and a pair of gum boots. You put their back legs in there with yours and they can't get away. Why don't you come up here BOY and go on a rafting trip on the New River about October 15th. Me and my cousins will be waiting on you to float down the river. We'll be on a hunting trip...lol...and we will show you what we got. PS Don't forget your guitar. I'll bring my banjo and me and you can pick a little tune...ha ha ha Is your real name Ned? lmao I'll bet you have a perty mouth.
Janet Reno

Arlington, TX

#75 Sep 18, 2011
OMG! They were committing satanic ritual abuse. We must take Opie from his parents
pimp with a limp

Van Nuys, CA

#76 Dec 3, 2011
ColdWarrior wrote:
The old Andy Griffith Show, one of the most-watched, best-loved sitcoms ever, is lauded as a slice of small-town, apple-pie Americana, hearkening back to a simpler, better time when men were men, women were virtuous, and children occasionally were well-behaved. At the same time, one might ask: When a television program from any era is praised by the mainstream media, could there be some underlying leftist message? The answer is yes.
The first and most obvrney, the one who wants to carry a gun, is a buffoon, and whenever he touches his gun it goes off at random. There is no question what sentiment the producers were expressing. Further, on those rare occasions when there’s a truly violent criminal to pursue, Andy reaches into the rifle rack. And you thought Rosie O’Donnell was the first gun-control hypocrite.
Another modern, leftist, anti-everything-traditional message is the complete absence of a nuclear family on the Griffith show. Barney is single and desperate; Andy is widowed and moderately content; Gomer and Goober were single and whatever; Thelma Lou and Helen were single; Bea was a spinster…I can’t remember whether anybody on the show was married with children. The nuclear family was passé even for Mayberry residents of the early 1960’s. Other anti-family messages: A rare married couple portrayed on the show wasn’t happy unless they were having violent domestic disputes; another couple, with the husband played by Jack Nicholson, abandoned their baby at the beginning of an episode.
There are other implausible tweaks. On some old episodes, you’ll see Andy, Barney, Thelma Lou, and Helen having dinner at the local greasy spoon after 10 P.M. This almost never happened in real towns like Mayberry, and in fact is not very popular today in the south outside cities the size of Atlanta. You’ll also see occasional mention of cocktails before dinner – a decidedly citified custom that would have been extraordinary in a small southern town in the 1960’s.
And there are anti-gender role stereotype messages. Whenever a man from the country walks into town to find a wife, he is a buffoon. Earnest T. Bass and a two-episode character played by Alan Hale represented this anachronism.(Alan Hale played the Skipper on Gilligan’s Island; in Mayberry, he came complete with overalls.) Both considered it the man’s job to pursue the woman and to provide for the family later on. No wonder they were portrayed as buffoons. And for their parts, Andy and Barney endured all sorts of abuse at the hands of Helen and Thelma Lou. On many an occasion, Andy and Barn would (completely innocently) step into a pile of the women’s wrath, and spend most of an episode trying to apologize, explain, and beg their way out of it. Of course, the tables were seldom, perhaps never, turned.
There are other messages. The old man who owned the department store was a miser who hated people and cheated his employees. No one ever made a strong moral statement about Otis, the town drunk who had a wife at home but seemed to spend most nights in jail. Helen, the public schoolteacher, knew what was good for children better than their parents did.
There are plenty of superficial old-fashioned small-town quirks in the shows, such as the town band and the townspeople’s exaggerated ignorance of anything cosmopolitan. Occasionally the point was made that children need to learn discipline. But these features always floated on the surface. The underlying messages were that the nuclear family is uncommon and perhaps unnecessary; gender-role stereotypical living is mostly without merit; guns are bad; capitalists are evil; teachers are better than parents; and according to one ridiculous episode, killing a bird (by accident, no less) is about the greatest crime imaginable.
You need to reence this mindless drivel ever again.
The comment about killing a bird being the greatest crime imaginable was funny as hell though.
pimp with a limp

Van Nuys, CA

#77 Dec 3, 2011
the comment about the killing a bird is the greatest crime imaginable was funny as hell.
Skyy1985

UAE

#78 Dec 28, 2011
Andy griffith does contain illuminati junk, but it is a very funny show no matter wut anyone says! So u can see if for wutever u want if ur a negative person they u see negative show positive positive show its up to ur perception. But i do see illuminati junk in it tho
Lorenso Garza

Houston, TX

#79 Dec 21, 2012
communist show ? whoever beleves that is brain retarded.
Illuminati, seriously ?
What dopes.
yes

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#81 Dec 23, 2012
your right and look at the "My Three Sons" it was without a nuclear family as well. What was in place? Two grown men raising three boys. No mom. TV has been doing that stuff an awful long time.

“Still Standing on my knees”

Since: Nov 07

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#82 Jan 26, 2013
Good grief.
People who beleive this are just plain stupid.
Skyy1985

Modesto, CA

#83 Jan 26, 2014
S02E17: "The Jinx" where barney plays "bad cop" and accuses "Henry Bennett" of being a jinx (witchcraft) while andy plays the "good cop" and tries to stand up for Henry. After accusing Henry of being a jinx and laughing with the rest of the town about it,(people ganging up when someone is honest (Andy)) Henry says he will leave town because he doesnt want to be known as "the town jinx" Andy gets barney and the rest to admit that it was a "joke" to dismiss the topic, and then Andy admits to fixing (cheating) the raffle in behalf of Henry to make amends for hurting his feelings. Andy even admits to Henry that the raffle is fixed to prove Henry isn't a jinx and all is good at the end of the show.(Teaching the public witchcraft, peer pressure, mocking, course jesting, cheating)

Violations of the bible, Leviticus 20:16, Proverbs 1:10, Proverbs 17:5, Ephesians 5:4, James 4:17

I used to love this show but it's definitely satanic. And to all the hater's please claim all the hate you want and prove me right by doing so, the more you hate the more is proven, cause you can't hate what isn't there. GOD and Jesus Christ do exist for them to produce this garbage in our faces, it's clearly against biblical princples that govern us all including the fallen angles. Why use deceptive practices to do good? Makes no sense, but it does if you wanna indoctrinate the audience to do evil and call it good. Man's sinful thinking not GOD's thinking.
TruthFairy

United States

#84 Jan 27, 2014
FYI, the bible you mention is A bible, not THE bible. Less than 25% of the world identify as Christian. Even less act like it. There are more than a few other religions / bibles, just because you agree with one of them doesn't make it THE bible.
DrWeed2013

Atlanta, GA

#85 May 28, 2014
ColdWarrior wrote:
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DemocRAT and communist, same thing!
Cold Warrior may be over reading the Andy Griffith Show or he may not be, but unfortunately he is right about Andy being a liberal. Andy voted for Obama (a socialist if their has ever been one) and he even did commercials for Obama and Obamcare.

See http://youtu.be/gAAwXhBhU4Q

See http://youtu.be/YyCXekxnb3g

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#87 Jun 10, 2014
I loved Barney Fife !!!

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