"No moral, no message, no prophetic tract, just a simple statement of fact: for civilization to survive, the human race has to remain civilized. Tonight's very small exercise in logic from The …More
"No moral, no message, no prophetic tract, just a simple statement of fact: for civilization to survive, the human race has to remain civilized. Tonight's very small exercise in logic from The Twilight Zone." - Rod Serling, "The Shelter" originally aired on 29 September 1961
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Facts Not Lies
This show would probably be banned today.

They'd contrive some political reason. But, likely it'd be because Twilight Zone induced thought and this is not acceptable... intelligence does not go well when the government wants lemmings who jump with each fabricated fear mongering event.
Ultraviolet
Even back then, an episode like "The Obsolete Man" was censored because the Left realized it countered their anti-Christian agenda. *Rod Serling Voice* "For your consideration... narration censored in the year of Our Lord, 1961...Any state, entity, or ideology becomes obsolete when it stockpiles the wrong weapons: when it captures territories, but not minds; when it enslaves millions, but …More
Even back then, an episode like "The Obsolete Man" was censored because the Left realized it countered their anti-Christian agenda. *Rod Serling Voice* "For your consideration... narration censored in the year of Our Lord, 1961...Any state, entity, or ideology becomes obsolete when it stockpiles the wrong weapons: when it captures territories, but not minds; when it enslaves millions, but convinces nobody. When it is naked, yet puts on armor and calls it faith, while in the Eyes of God it has no faith at all."
giveusthisday
Thank you, Ultraviolet. I didn't have any audio for the clip.
John A Cassani
Best thing there ever was on the teevee, in my opinion. It’s too bad that Serling never found his way to the true Faith, but, he was a searcher for the truth.
Live Mike
He wrote some thought-provoking dramatic allegorical morality plays which touched many a heart and mind.