Rightful Vengeance

It's heavily implied that Glinda arranged for Dorothy's house to land on the Wicked Witch of the East - she shows up right after it happens. And really, what are the odds it happened randomly?

So, after Glinda leaves, the Wicked Witch of the West shows up, and why not: It's her sister who's been crushed! Who wouldn't be upset if a house landed on their sister? Furthermore, who wouldn't have a right to vengeance  if someone did it intentionally?  If it's a magical matter, of course.

Or, is there any such thing as a right to vengeance?


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3hree said...

truthers say that glinda arranged for dorothy's house to land on the wicked witch, implying that the house killed her, but truthers don't go far enough. glinda was flouridating the wicked witch's brew for decades and on that fateful morning the wicked witch imploded even as the house was about to land on her. of course there were witnesses, but glinda covered-up by rallying a media circus, as frenzied as a fox hunt, with reporters racing around "celebrating" and cheering ad nauseum the idiotic phrase "ding dong the witch is dead."

Redshirt said...

I believe it man. DON'T TRUST GLINDA!!!!

Notice how she also set up the Wizard? "Oh yeah, Dots, go see this Green Dude. He'll help you right out."



3hree said...

it gets worse than that. looking up oz and conspiracy you start to see all sorts of discussuion about masonic and illuminati themes to oz and alice in wonderland - a barrage of illuminati this and that. those are the themes i encounter that always bother me more than anything. anyway, the only point that struck me as ... let me rephrase -- the point i was most struck by was pointing out that the central wizard turned out to be just some ordinary dude, nothing special at all, consistent with those conspiratorial notions that some occult system is trying to dumb down and relegate central religious figures to unspendid insignificance, in contrast to wonderful and magical beings and self-determination. you can of course argue that religion is the opiate keeping people from self-determination, but to glimpse a storyline where that dichotomy is being expressed here surprised me.

Redshirt said...

You've heard of all the parallels in the original Wizard of Oz book and the politics of the USA in the late 1800's, yes? Williams Jennings Bryant, cross o' gold, all that? It's quite detailed actually.

I keep telling myself one of these days I'll actually read the book. One of these days...

Redshirt said...

Hello Anonymous!

I hope you have not been lost in the rush. Your comment went to my spam filter, and I have just now found it. Sorry!

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