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Secondo un insigne consulente culturale del Ministero iraniano dell’Educazione, membro dell’Organizzazione Interconfessionale (che immaginiamo sia una struttura destinata al dialogo interreligioso), i cartoni animati di Tom e Jerry rappresentano una cospirazione ebraica per rivalutare l’immagine dei topi (sic), e conferirle una caratterizzazione positiva, soprattutto agli occhi delle nuove generazioni. Ciò è stato necessario perché gli ebrei erano soliti essere definiti “topi”:

“Watch Schindler’s List. Every Jew was forced to wear yellow star on his clothing. The Jews were degraded and termed ‘dirty mice.’ Tom and Jerry was made in order to change the Europeans’ perception of mice. One of terms used was ‘dirty mice.'”

(…) “Tom and Jerry was made in order to display the exact opposite image. If you happen to watch this cartoon tomorrow, bear in mind the points I have just raised, and watch it from this perspective. The mouse is very clever and smart. Everything he does is so cute. He kicks the poor cat’s ass. Yet this cruelty does not make you despise the mouse. He looks so nice, and he is so clever… This is exactly why some say it was meant to erase this image of mice from the minds of European children, and to show that the mouse is not dirty and has these traits. Unfortunately, we have many such cases in Hollywood shows.”

(Via Memri)

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