Tony Jay has to be one of the more fascinating actors I've come across in cartoon syncs. My ears first perked up when I was watching season 9 ( the 9, and never forget it ) and a familiar, yet...alien voice was ranting about taking gold from the federal reserve, and causing a false flag alien invasion. Jay plays an alien whose first stated goal is to jack the gold from the federal reserve ( which happens to be located across the street from the WTC in season 9 Turtles...)
"Dregg and his army of TechnoGangsters (bug-like alien soldiers), led by HiTech (also Dregg's assistant), broke into the Federal Reserve Bank and stole the world's gold in order to conquer it." -
So of course Dregg promotes a trade of technology, and even purifies water using a machine. In exchange the gullible populace gives him his own evil tower,
" After that, Lord Dregg launches a propaganda campaign througout the city, letting the people believe that the Turtles are dangerous and that they want to prevent Dregg from saving the Earth. Since then, the Turtles are disliked by the people and are many times chased by police or other authorities. "
"This is not a question in there but I'm gonna mention this anyway ,
cause I have you fans here,I did not come up with Carter,Carter was CBS' idea
Dregg was created by somebody else and ( trails off ) that's a whole nother story
I was just TOLD TO DO IT"
This theme is all to similar to the way the X-Men are treated in that series, but stranger is how the Turtles further mutate, like the X-men and are feared and hated for being different. Good thing Tony Jay plays Magneto in the X-men Legends game or I'd be concerned.I also don't wanna get too deep into the Turtles here but know that there past is riddled in ancient aliens!
During the season long invasion, the lead alien Dregg ( Jay ) is assisted by helper alien Hi-Tech, who is voiced by Rob Paulsen. ( Mighty Max himself, and someone else who assists a big headed world conqueror wannabe Pinky, from Pinky and the Brain )
Next Jay plays Dregit ( which is actually a different character in a different show )
who is an evil alien who wants to launch a false flag war through the use of an asteroid attack from the dark side of the moon. Of course in this Spielberg alien story, Jay is also using Leonard Nimoy to do it, and in the show the military has a joint relationship with the aliens and have for quite some time. The show also unveils a newer NASA craft, the likes of which replaces the shuttle as in recent real NASA history!
Note: Nimoy also played Mustapha Mond in a chilling Brave New World adaptation in that same year.
So, thus far we see a theme of false flag alien wars, or just alien wars in general. In the sketchy and unsure world of exopolitics, one voice has carried on Wernher Von Braun's " mission " more than anyone else. That person is of course Carol Rosin, and her insistence that a false flag war would be launched in the guise of aliens or asteroids, after the military industrial complex gained a certain amount of power after their invention of terrorism had played its course, she argues they would turn to inventing an alien threat...and so BlueBeam fans chime in...
I emailed Rosin to see if she was just reading a script and she wrote me back a heartfelt letter assuring me of the weight of Von Braun's parting words and how we must listen to his message. Having studied Von Braun at great length, I will comment on one thing here. The man never lived a day that he didn't try to get man to space, he really did; above many other pursuits, want to build space stations. He didn't think the earth was gonna make it...
After a few years as a top ranking SS scientist von Braun is welcomed with open arms in the US and becomes Director of NASA after the public has been convinced de-nazification is a thing...Only years later he would try his hand at science fiction to flesh out some of his ideas for colonizing Mars, which would be rejected by eighteen publishers until finally von Braun decided to release sections in different sci fi magazines. Soon after he was recruited by Disney, starring in his own Disney space propaganda, for lack of better terms. Developing animated children's films.
" In the hope that its involvement would bring about greater public interest in the future of the space program, von Braun also began working with Walt Disney and the Disney studios as a technical director, initially for three television films about space exploration. The initial broadcast devoted to space exploration was Man in Space, which first went on air on March 9, 1955, drawing 42 million viewers and unofficially the second-highest rated television show in American history. " -wikipedia
Meanwhile Willy Ley, one of von Braun's closest associate's on rocketry, decided to escape Nazi rule and come to America, where there was no interest in rocketry, so without work, he turned to writing and advising science fiction novels and television including Tom Corbett Space Cadet. Tom Corbett is a bizarre piece of early sci fi, based somewhat off the work of Robert Heinlein, it seems, to the modern viewer only another version of Flash Gordon or Buck Rogers. It seems von Braun was big on the idea of a rotating- wheel-like space base, probably inspired by Herman Potocnik, in his 1929 book The Problem of Space Travel. A design from either source which would be used in the 1958 film Gog and 2001: A Space Odyssey. Tom Corbett was also a product of another strange man, who seems to have ghost written a good portion of the Golden Age era, one Joseph Greene...as well as comic book and science fiction legend Alfred Bester.
* While Disney has von Braun making rocket cartoons, it is of note that by 1963 he has the world's leading energy companies and Ray Bradbury design the Epcot ball and a utopian earth friendly city.
So why do I delve into exopolitics when I had you perfectly entertained with cartoons, that's just it, after Jay launches these false flag alien wars...He is Von Braun! in Lloyd in Space episode Von Braun at IMDB
In Mighty Max Jay plays the Hermetic guide of Mighty Max, the scholarly Virgil, as well as the Thing / X-files / Alien like aliens in the episode " Out in the Cold "
Jay is also the Supreme Being in Time Bandits
and Campio in Star Trek
and Megabyte in Reboot.
Now enough about Jay what do some of these same cartoons tell us about the space program and our legendary black oil? Or more what do they tell you about comics? Who was Todd Mcfarlane before he put Spidey in the black oil...would he have remained a no one? Although Todd didn't invent the oil, does the image below not strike you? Were the Archons possessing him? Is this Spawn? Is this why Spidey is so wrapped up in the gray alien / WTC mythos?
Wikipedia's definition of symbiote and the origin of the costume itself becomes more confusing.
"A symbiote capable of mind-controlling subjects by touch...In an attempt to create "super-cops" to police their new Utopia, the Life Foundation probed the Venom symbiote and extracted the last five of its "seeds" - the materials used to create SPAWN...The ability to shape-shift, from mimicking clothing up to and including complete change of appearance, regardless to the host's actual stature and bodily dimensions as the symbiotes are living tesseracts...The Venom symbiote also has empathic abilities, and is able to project desires and needs into the thoughts of its host or potential hosts, This ability can also aid Venom in detecting the truth from those he interrogates....Genetic memory, recalling information from previous hosts. "
Wow. So why is it in the Spider cartoons that they always feel like speaking freely about ruining the shuttle program?
Watch all the Space Shuttle hijacking aliens in all the Spider Man cartoons here