MILLINOCKET, Maine, May 11, 2014 – Chicken Little (1943) is an animated short film released by Walt Disney during World War II. Its original purpose was to discredit Nazism, but there are some striking similarities with the Global Climate Change (Disruption) agenda. See if you can identify the similarities from the following short synopsis.
In the barnyard live many ducks, geese and chickens. The boss of the barnyard is Cocky Locky, a wise rooster.
Beyond the barnyard, Foxy Loxy watches with his mouth watering. He plans to have all the fine-feathered fowl for supper. Foxy decides to use psychology to get his way.
Foxy finds a piece of wood painted blue with a star on it and drops it on the head of Chicken Little. When Foxy tells him that a piece of the sky just fell on his head, Chicken Little panics and soon has the entire barnyard in a panic.
However, Cocky Locky calms everyone down, explaining that the “piece of the sky” is just a piece of wood.
Momentarily thwarted, Foxy Loxy again resorts to psychology. He spreads gossip and rumors about Cocky Locky, questioning his position as boss of the barnyard. Foxy convinces Chicken Little that he should take command, and an argument between Chicken and Cocky ensues about whether the sky is falling or not.
Foxy pushes the barnyard into further panic by throwing another blue-painted piece of wood that knocks Cocky Locky out cold.
With the barnyard animals looking to Chicken Little for leadership now, Foxy tells the scared chicken to have everyone run to his nearby cave.
In the end Foxy is seen relaxing with a swollen belly, surrounded by wishbones.
The characters and tactics are easy to identify. Let’s hope we all won’t be manipulated by those who would take our freedom and liberties.
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