3 Little Bops – Illuminati Looney Toons? (video)


This cartoon is a jazzy takeoff on the classic tale of the 3 Little Pigs. Notice the date on the brick house.

May 1st 1776 is the date of the foundation of the Bavarian Illuminati.

“Sturdy place this house of bricks
Built in 1776
High class place with the high class crowd
Sign on the door no wolves allowed.”

Does the cartoon metaphorically tell the story of someone who wants to be “initiated”? Check out what the wolf has to do to be part of the group.

“The Big Bad Wolf, he learned the rule: you gotta get hot to play real cool!”


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5 years 3 months ago

i knew i wasnt the only one to spot this

5 years 6 months ago

O_O i used to LOVE this cartoon for its jazzy music when i was a kid. Funny how this cartoon never crossed my mind when i got "enlightened" to the whole Illuminati thing about a year ago. Seriously, i'm feelin' disturbed now >_>

(no worries, VC, i blame you not. i guess it's just when your eyes are opened, it ain't a big bowl of fancy assorted cashews.)

5 years 6 months ago

Lol and the music industry "sell you soul to the devil" reference is in there also 🙂 When the wolf starts playing cool, he's in hell. Amazing how much they can put in 6 minutes of a kids cartoon…

5 years 2 months ago

Red entity joins group after it "dies" to play music? awok!

5 years 6 months ago

that's nothing…you should see what Tom & Jerry have up their sleeve: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hSvacxqR1o

5 years 6 months ago

This cartoon brings George Orwell's Animal Farm to mind. In both the cartoon and the novel, the Pigs are in control to the detriment of other animals.

I know, it's a stretch, but that's what came to mind.

5 years 6 months ago

wow. smh

5 years 6 months ago

lmao. omygosh, was this cartoon serious???

5 years 6 months ago

VC, you are really stretching on this one.

5 years 6 months ago

Actually, if anyone here has read George Orwell's "Animal Farm", the pigs in that book are depicted as the rulers of a totalitarian government…kinda funny to consider, when looking at the 3 Little Bops! The irony is too obvious to be coincidental…

5 years 6 months ago
"The 3 little pigs are still around – but there playing music with a modern sound" – Modern pop and rap culture? "I wish my brother George was here" Washington?? And the moral of the story, you have to get with the devil to become accepted in the industry. But watching this i get a sense of a history lesson, something like the illuminati were around twice before and got their house blown down by infiltrators, (Hiram Abif)? and this time with the creation of the Bavarian Illuminati infiltrating and hiding in the top ranks of freemasonry, they have built… Read more »
5 years 6 months ago

I wish my brother George was here is a quote from liberace, it was his catch phrase from his popular TV show of that era.

another open eye
5 years 6 months ago

wow… i am speechless. i can't believe this is a kids cartoon!

5 years 6 months ago

Loved this cartoon as a kid! One thing that people must understand is that Grown ups create and write the content in cartoons. Just like any artist does of course they slip in a few subliminal notes! The key is to have a strong mind haven't any of you seen the matrix?

5 years 6 months ago

The whole song lyrics sound like a metaphorical reference of a story not at all about "pigs"

5 years 6 months ago

Anyone notice that the pigs were "standing on the square" when the wolf was in hell? Remember they identified him as a square in the beginning, and they didn't say it…they signed it…as a "secret", and they all "were in agreement" or in pact. When the wolf is boiling they look directly under the stage…implying that they were "standing on the square."

Also they said they played in the east and the west, they have heard the most but the wolf was the least. Nice rhyme, but to the initiate there is greater meaning.

5 years 6 months ago

if you are doubting about the house and the masons inside …just check the car at the parking lot it has an illuminati symbol!!!!! it can`t be more clear! common!!!

5 years 6 months ago

Good one to find…. even more interesting – the animator for this looney tune is Isadore "Friz" Freleng. A search on his name looks like he is a freemason, along w/ some of his other tunes having satanic messages. Look up the cartoon: Satan's Waitin…..

5 years 6 months ago

Mindblowing find!

5 years 6 months ago
This is my analysis of it: * The big bad wolf is dictatorship… or rule by the elite. The three little pigs represent the Senate, the House of Representatives, and the President (or perhaps it just represents the judicial, executive and legislative branches) * At first, he tries to take over by force and fails (all previous dictatorships/socialism/communism, Nazism etc). Then he tries to sneak in… undetected (that would be the modern elites). So the big bad wolf… he tries to blow up the building (and all the people inside, who are the citizens) and in doing so "disappears" and… Read more »
5 years 6 months ago

She bop, he bop, and we bop. I bop, you bop and they bop.

5 years 6 months ago

Kinda ironic, that they show the wolf in a negative light–when the REAL wolves are the three little pigs (under the assumption that they represent the Illuminati). Goes to show how they like to twist the truth with a lot of things…smhXP

5 years 6 months ago

I remember watching this as a kid and I was scared shitless when the wolf died and went to the "other" place. Watching the cartoon now still gives me the spooks. I can't believe that he had to go to the "other place" before he was allowed to play in the "high class" brick house! I remember this along with other cartoons which had some pretty creepy stuff freaking me out as a kid. And the date 1776 engraved on a cornerstone/brick of the brick house is so symbolic! This world is crazy!

5 years 6 months ago

i wonder if this is what they showed Kanye West in order for him to sell his soul to the devil knowing it was a crappy deal or was he influenced by the few toys like a happy meal?!?!?

5 years 6 months ago

I say they clobbered Kanye over the head, and dragged him into their "bat cave"! lol;) This sounds most accurate, and appropriate! lol Send him to the mines, with that GOLDDIGGA'!! lmaoXD But after all, he WAS a "College Dropout" that turned "Heartless" from his fame!

sandra dee
5 years 6 months ago

About my Charles Manson thing, he got hot to be cool = became famous (a cult of personality icon of sorts) after the killings and a lot of musicians (Guns n' Roses covered one of his songs, singer wore a CM tshirts) Skating and surf companies used his image on tshirts, google "Charlie don't surf" or here http://www.charlesmansonfanclub.com/NOVELTY/pages

Anyway you get the point, He was the wolf, who killed the piggies. Charlie might not surf [/sarcasm] but "he got hot to play real cool."

Nadege Armour
5 years 6 months ago
Can someone please help with these questions? At the risk of sounding very ignorant – I still don't get it. I can definitely see the many signs and symbols in different venues. However, I am just learning about these things but still don't understand what the symbolisms all around us accomplish. If I were to believe everything discussed on this site, I am still confused as to WHY the symbolism is placed everywhere. How does that further the illuminati causes and how does that affect the viewer? I have seen this cartoon and the covert message but I don't believe… Read more »
5 years 6 months ago

Hi, karen!

VC made an article (“Read this first” on the top menu) about this:
Hopefully it answers your questions 🙂

Zacky Avarientos
5 years 6 months ago

@Nadege Armour: hi karen, i highly recommend watching this link


It's all about the dark side of music industry by FarhanK501.

Hope this answers all your questions.

-Zacky Avarientos

5 years 6 months ago

It's all about subliminal messaging. Getting the things they want in OUR heads.