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“Family Guy” Predicted the Truck Attack in Nice, France

Here is a short YouTube clip from an older episode of the cartoon show ‘Family Guy’ depicting a scenario rather similar to the July 14 Truck Attack in Nice, France. I will write my thoughts about that incident and the unsuccessful alleged “coup” in Turkey in the near future.

What do you think? Comments?

  1. P Ray
    July 17, 2016 at 6:11 am

    Similarly, the “using an aircraft to smash into a building” was predicted by Privateer 2: The Darkening (watch the game intro).
    Seems that the popular media are the ones to clue in first about creative ways of destruction using mundane / easily available tools.

  2. Brian K
    July 17, 2016 at 7:55 am

    The Nice attack was yet another psyop, like Orlando, Dallas, Sandy Hoax, 9/11, etc. Hollywood has always been a mouthpiece for the globalist elites and the intelligence agencies which do their bidding. The concept here is predictive programming. Both Family Guy and American Dad “predicted” the Boston Smoke Bombing. Seth McFarlane’s career was flagging after Family Guy’s cancelation. He told some lies about almost getting on one of the non-existent 9/11 flights, and shortly thereafter became a $100,000,000 man. “They” reward their loyal propagandists.

    • webej
      July 19, 2016 at 8:00 am

      Can you supply us with a list of suspicious anomalies in this case to backup your claim?

  3. hoipolloi
    July 17, 2016 at 9:10 am

    @ “a scenario rather similar to the July 14 Truck Attack in Nice, France.”

    It is one of the scenarios which prompts you to say why didn’t I think of it? If one is not afraid to die, one can do a lot of things that are antisocial. One thing I notice is the Islamic terrorists go out of their way to pick and choose their victims at random. If you are looking for random victims and you are not particular if they are Muslims or Westerners, men, women, or children, what is the point? Their intent is to create a spectacle, I guess. Not necessarily to make a point, or achieve a goal, or establish a claim. These guys with twisted minds act in mysterious ways. France is decidedly most hospitable to Muslims since when I was there in the 1970’s.

  4. joker
    July 17, 2016 at 9:53 pm

    The funny part is that, just like the gay club shooting, it is an attack perpetuated by a single individual due to a personal crisis entirely of his own. No grand conspiration from a muslim organization bent on making western countries life impossible, although that ain’t going to stop the white nationalists from yelling Islam all day long, making ironic that Trump may gain traction from a pair of events that aren’t related to his mantra at all.

    If anything, this seems to be one of the inevitable consequences of cities and countries where individuals keep getting more and more isolated and who feel even their closer surroundings are completely alien and indifferent to their inner world and personal problems. In other words, events like this are the new normals, but Hollande is still going to harvest the godsend of nation in danger and terrorism incoming to up his ratings while he sends a token militia to Iraq so they don’t bomb ISIS yet again.

    • P Ray
      July 18, 2016 at 10:25 am

      You know, ISIS has a remarkably effective strategy.
      1. Figure out which parts of the world rely on tourism to a great degree for income.
      2. Terrorise that place.
      3. Which creates unemployment, and
      4. More recruits for ISIS.

      This of course, is a direct threat to the typical capitalist mentality of “we only pay you if you work” … so the unemployed, who are effectively “not part of capitalist society, since they don’t have an income” … are more susceptible to the ISIS message – remember the Max Payne slogan “Do not cross a man with nothing to lose”.

      Time for a worldwide minimum guaranteed income, unless of course, the world prefers more such incidents in exchange of holding onto the crumbling edifice of capitalism and the fat cats that do very little that everyday people would consider work.

    • July 19, 2016 at 2:02 pm

      the belief in paradise makes this a lot easier, + you lie Mateen was a real radiacal and this guy’s father is a member of radical muslim party in Tunisia

      • P Ray
        July 20, 2016 at 5:48 am

        Yet for all their evil, (attractive) women were attracted to these guys.
        Check out the hooters on Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s wife, for example.
        Perhaps it is true then … since women choose to be around and breed with psychopaths (and psychopathy is a genetic/inherited condition), you can say that women spread evil.

  5. Ed
    July 18, 2016 at 5:10 am

    joker has excellent points. My own addition is to remind people yet again not to forget about the world population explosion.

    There are about twice as many people in the world from when I was born. That means twice as many crazies.

  6. P Ray
    July 18, 2016 at 7:00 pm

    In other news, “Can I axe you a question?”
    “Germany train axe attack: Live updates as 18 injured after teenage refugee shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ and hacked passengers”

    The good news is there will now be LOTS of openings for jobs as security in German domestic train stops and probably on the trains themselves.
    Sometimes the way for employment opportunities to be opened is bloody, but, as long as people get paid they probably don’t care about the origin of their job opportunity.

    Lots of interesting things are happening nowadays, aren’t they?

  7. webej
    July 19, 2016 at 8:09 am

    The idea of using a vehicle is absolutely not fresh. Aside from many incidents involving car on crowd actions, there was an attack by car on the Dutch royal family in 2009, resulting in 8 deaths and many injuries, but was unsuccessful in reaching its target. There have also been numerous attempts to drive vehicles packed with explosives into a building/barracks and having it explode, which is a variation of using the car itself as a weapon. Cars as weapons feature in tons of movies and series about crime. More unusual is to mow down as many people as possible, a strange goal for most people who are usually rather selective about who they hate. It’s like being able to identify with bank robbers (‘want cash’; who doesn’t?) but not with raping babies.

  8. P Ray
    July 21, 2016 at 2:47 pm

    In other news
    “Tanks for the memories”
    Shocking footage shows Turkish soldiers opening fire on CIVILIANS and gunning down a man with his hands raised on Istanbul’s Bosphorus Bridge during the failed coup
    Man is among big crowd walking towards row of tanks blocking the bridge
    He holds his arms in the air in surrender but is fired at and hits the ground
    The crowd gets larger but is later hit with more gunfire as others fall down
    Clip from another angle shows people writhing in pain before shell is fired

    Well … if the US doesn’t condemn this behaviour, you might see it copied stateside!

  9. P Ray
    July 23, 2016 at 9:05 am

    Somewhat related, must be bad karma:
    Horror in Thailand as driver suffers stroke at the wheel and crashes into a shrine packed with tourists, injuring six people
    Terrifying incident happened at the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok, Thailand
    Light blue sedan veered off a major road and slammed through a gate
    The injured include several tourists from Indonesia, Singapore and China
    PUBLISHED: 08:34 GMT, 23 July 2016 | UPDATED: 14:07 GMT, 23 July 2016

    Six people were injured after a woman suffered a stroke at the wheel and crashed the vehicle into the Erawan Shrine in Bangkok.

    Oh, woman driver. Nevermind … đŸ™‚

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  11. Jody
    August 25, 2016 at 5:31 pm

    Is “predicted” really the right word to describe what is happening here??? I mean, sure, there have been other incidents involving automobiles that drive into crowds that resulted in mass casualties. But I think it’s a little irresponsible of Family Guy to be airing segments like this one when clips like this may have very well seeded the idea of the truck attack in Nice in that particular terrorist’s mind.

    In this situation wouldn’t the words “potentially inspired” maybe be a little more fitting??? I am a fan of Family Guy, but I feel like the segment shown here in this episode was perhaps a little irresponsible.

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