In this conspiracy theory, we are going to talk about the ever so innocent Minions and the multiple creepy conspiracy theories that precede them. Some theories state that the creation of these characters were based on the kids who died in Holocaust. Other conspiracy theories say that Minions symbolize mind controlled characters who work for the Illuminati.
Keep reading to find out more.
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Minions are characters from the Despicable Me movie franchise. I haven’t watched any of the movies, but basically they exist only to serve history’s most despicable masters. They got their own movie in 2015, called Minions. It grossed over 1.5 billion dollars. These characters are loved by millions of people worldwide. They also seem so cute and innocent, so where are these creepy theories stemming from?
Theory #1: Minions represent the tortured Jewish kids who died in the Holocaust.
We have many international readers so for those of you who might not know what the Holocaust is, it is the genocide of Jewish people by Adolf Hitler during World War II. Jewish people were tortured and kept in concentration camps; given very little food portions, worked until death, sometimes burned in gas chambers, and killed maliciously.
May he rot in hell, amen.
The theory states that Minions were Jewish kids that were adopted by Nazi scientists in order to experiment on them. The funny sounds that Minions make are the result of them not being able to speak German, which is what Nazis usually spoke, and therefore it was hilarious to the Nazis that they couldn’t speak.
Another theory states that they resemble the Jewish kids who were used in experiments.
The truth to that picture used to depict tortured Jewish kids, was in fact taken around 1908 right before Adolf Hitler came into power. Also, it’s not children in the picture, but men in Hall and Rees Submarine escape apparatus.
However, it does resemble the minions a lot so that’s interesting. Many artists usually have their most successful craft be inspired from such horrific events.
Theory #2: Minions represent brainwashed people who support evil, aka the Illuminati, without knowing.
In the movies, the Minions are always supporting the evil villains. So conspiracy theorists believe that they represent brainwashed people who support evil. They also think this hints at the New World Order which represents the emergence of a totalitarian world government.
Another piece of evidence that is often used to support this theory is that the movies are made by Illumination Entertainment.
Illumination aka ILLUMINATI. Get it? Yes? No?
Minions also have one eye representing the All Seeing Eye which is a huge symbol in the theory of the Illuminati.
Theory #3: Minions are subconsciously brainwashing kids to be evil aka the Devil & his minions.
So this theory kind of goes hand in hand with theory #2, but it’s a little more complicated because it talks about actual brainwashing.
Theorists speculate that these Minions are brainwashing kids to be bad and support evil. A literal quote from the Minions movie is, “Ah, doesn’t it feel so good to be bad?”
Also, many people have used the term the Devil & his minions so conspiracy theorists don’t find it coincidental that the name of these evil supporting characters are called Minions.
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