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Thursday, August 20, 2020

Evil in plain sight

Netherflix promises to do a better job of hiding the pedo in the future:
Netflix apologized on Thursday for a movie poster it released depicting several pre-teen girls in sexually suggestive poses, claiming the promotion was not "representative" of the film.

The movie streaming movie platform received significant backlash on social mediaTuesday and Wednesday – after copies of the poster circulated. In it, four young girls are shown in crop tops and boy shorts. One girl is bending over, while another is squatting with her legs spread.

In a statement, Netflix said it was "deeply sorry" for the "inappropriate artwork" it used to promote the movie, a French film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. "It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film," Netflix said. "We’ve now updated the pictures and description."

The company, on its streaming service, originally described the film as one in which the protagonist, 11-year-old Amy, "becomes fascinated with a twerking dance crew."

Twerking is a form of highly sexualized dancing originally popularized in the 1980s.

In the revised description, Netflix states that Amy in the film "starts to rebel against her conservative family's traditions when she becomes fascinated with a free-spirited dance crew."
Oh, great, so the pictures and the description have been updated. That changes everything! Carry on, gentlemen....

Meanwhile, over at the Hellmouth, Devil Mouse executives expressed their fiendish amusement at the clumsiness of the new guys. "You don't rub all that overt pedo-propaganda right in their faces," said Maury Baalstein, Executive Vice-President of Surreptitious Sexuality. "The whole point is to slide it all right past the parents, so they don't even realize what you're doing or how you're warping their children's minds."

"Look at Monsters Inc," added David Belphegorian, Senior Assistant Executive Vice-President of Rituals and Programming. "Pixar put out a whole freaking movie series about abusing children and everyone thinks it's just a cute, furry inversion of the monster-under-the-bed theme. That's not going to fly if you show the little kids being felt up by creepy adults or chained upside-down in a pentagram being sacrificed to Our Infernal Master right on the movie poster!"


"For example, parents all think "prom" in Prom Queen means the high school prom, right? Wrong! See, it's actually an anagram for Perennial Ritual Offering Maiden," Belphegorian explained, before beginning to twitch, drool, and express his excitement in a wildly inappropriate manner at the idea of an annual virgin sacrifice at the local public school. "I can tell you we've never been faster to approve a pitch!"

If you're subscribed to Netherflix or the Devil Mouse, you really need to stop and think about what side you're actually on.

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105 Comments:

Blogger Dole August 20, 2020 6:26 PM  

One of the most disturbing news items of the year. Continuing Netherflix subscription now is indefensible.

Blogger Robert What? August 20, 2020 6:43 PM  

I hate using the word Paedophilia for this, which literally means "child love". Whatever they are doing with these children, it ain't love. Child abuse would be more apt.

Blogger Bearbrained Schemer August 20, 2020 6:43 PM  

We've been trimming fat from our budget as my wife has left teaching to rear our new baby (perfect timing). Netflix was an easy piece is gristle to excise.

Blogger American Nationalist August 20, 2020 6:46 PM  

I think you might be reading a bit too much into Monsters Inc...

Blogger tublecane August 20, 2020 6:48 PM  

Some suggest this was intentional Outrage Marketing on Netflix's part. Which I doubt, because who wants to be caught holding the Pedo Ball? The trick is to attract the weirdos and condition the unwitting without their knowledge.

Strange thing, from what I've read this movie is prime social justice territory. It's foreign. French. The director is a black woman. The main character is a black Muslim girl letting Europe awake her burgeoning womanhood, or however the sickos would put it.

Why didn't they go for the striving little immigrant cover, then let the pedos be attracted by the rating, description, and title. That would have provided a shield.

Of course, then you're not pulling in little girl viewers.

Blogger Reader August 20, 2020 6:53 PM  

The ex-Pedo in Chief and others in his Satanic circle are connected to Netflix. The direction in which this enterprise is going is hardly a surprise. Their evil is never in question, it is always a question of how much more vileness and degeneracy the people will let them get away with. One wonders. One really wonders what it will take for normies to openly reject and defy this filthy Beast System.

Blogger Turpentine August 20, 2020 6:55 PM  

"If you're subscribed to Netherflix or the Devil Mouse, you really need to stop and think about what side you're actually on."

Amen

Blogger glueballs August 20, 2020 7:02 PM  

Netflix was an easy piece [of] gristle to excise.

As the small-hat wearers say, never buy gristles from a mohel. (a mohel is a tribal penis chopper, pedo and vampire rolled into one evil body)

We still have NetFlix for my inlaws – they are in their mid-80’s and watch a lot of old films with fondness. We’ll drop the gristles when it’s time and, ideally, eliminate the mohel.

Blogger JB 14 August 20, 2020 7:02 PM  

I look forward to the wafting scent of roasting flesh as these people are being burned at the stake.

Blogger Grey Carter August 20, 2020 7:16 PM  

"Perennial Ritual Offering Maiden", haha. WTF???? That's not satire?

Blogger Doom August 20, 2020 7:18 PM  

Just know, cord cutting only matters to you. They will keep airing, even though they are broke. And, if all else fails, they will force people to watch, or try, one way or another. Remember when every fast food joint, hospital, clinic, even grocery stores, and other public places had a tv, or many, all showing CNN? When that was ended by angry real people, CNN is still airing.

I wonder, is China paying them, Soros, Gates? They aren't making enough money to run, just as with the NY Times. It's all bogus. I am surprised Trump... well... he can't do it all, or alone. And he is all alone in the night, mostly.

Laws won't do it. People will have to stand up. As they did in shutting down CNN on every public television. It's annoying, and worse, because everything shut down just leads to some other corruption, imposition, or such. They are desperate or think they are about to win. And God knows, I'm not sure which. Wounded animal or Pol Pot wannabes thinking they see their break?

Blogger Doktor Jeep August 20, 2020 7:22 PM  

Neither entity has gotten a cent from me in my lifetime.

Blogger VFM5651 August 20, 2020 7:22 PM  

“Baalstein” - heh. Perfection.

Blogger Damelon Brinn August 20, 2020 7:22 PM  

Netflix also managed to have the highest ratio of D/R contributions of the major tech companies for the 2018 election cycle, clocking in at 99.6%. They were even higher than Twitter. That's hard to do.

Blogger Bibliotheca Servare August 20, 2020 7:27 PM  

They even premiered the filth at the Sindance Filth Infestival.

May the director and everyone who enabled him burn in eternal hellfire. And may the parents of those little girls feel every ounce of the shame and horror they ought to for allowing their daughters to appear in this kind of satanic monstrosity. May it awaken them to their wretched nature, that they might seek repent and seek absolution from the Lord. Amen.

Blogger Colonel Blimp August 20, 2020 7:42 PM  

One wonders then what was the point of the Epstein series on Netflix? Who knows what's coming in the future. In my short 40 years on this planet I've seen a guy named Dukakis get laughed out of the country for being liberal, then seeing tv start putting more and more liberal nonsense on tv and film. Morals candidates elected often but nothing changes. Only leftward.

I've then watched as my whole childhood even into college the word gay and even f8g were thrown around, in public, like nothing. For a joke or an insult, didn't matter. You could call a kid f8g in your class and teacher would say be quiet, but say the fu5k word and off to principal you go. Even crazy gay California consistently turned down gay marriage until just a few years ago. Now we are fired for pointing out the tranny in the girl's bathroom.

Sure, there's no slippery slope...

Now you see with the riots how crazy itself metastasizes and then becomes normal. Pedo things creep in everywhere and the blowback is hard. They try other avenues. Slow boil til it catches. Gays will absorb it as normal first. Then cat lady liberals. Then opportunistic Bidens....

But unlike everything horrible that has come before, everything we have endured by being too civilized, too worried about careers or horrible prison or fighting without enough allies; the one thing I can promise is when the turning to pedo land begins in earnest, i don't even care if there is no allies, a stand must be made.

Blogger sammibandit August 20, 2020 7:54 PM  

@American Nationalist
Care to explain why?

Blogger A trite re-white August 20, 2020 8:01 PM  

I was watching some saterical 4-chan style vid about Belle Delphine. Who is Belle Delphine I asked myself? Checked out YouTube. Ohh dear lord I'm speechless.

Blogger SirHamster August 20, 2020 8:06 PM  

"See, it's actually an anagram for Perennial Ritual Offering Maiden,"
I thought this was over-the-top rhetoric. Odd, from Vox.

And then I read the article to find that reality is asserting its right to be stranger than fiction.

Blogger Tanjil Bren August 20, 2020 8:26 PM  

Baalstein...Belphegorian... Owen's dead right. You are hilarious.

Blogger The Last Roman August 20, 2020 8:39 PM  

Flamethrowers at the ready.

Blogger S. Thermite August 20, 2020 8:53 PM  

Sigh. I got a heads-up about this yesterday, after being a Netflix subscriber for years and just starting watching their new video game design history miniseries “High Score” literally hours earlier. That series is strikingly good and features many still-living video game designers from the 70’s thru 90’s explaining what they did and why thy did it, in their own words, including many from Japan. Unfortunately it also includes some laughable blatant attempts to converge their remarkable history with LGBT and POC interests. I’m finishing the sixth and final episode now, featuring fresh interviews from John Romero and also the Anglos who worked with Miyamoto in Japan on “Starfox”. Will cancel immediately after, but if you still have a membership it might be worth watching to see exactly how exactly the glory of history is being shared and polluted simultaneously.

Blogger Didas Kalos August 20, 2020 8:54 PM  

Took me 1.2 seconds... Baalstein

Blogger Anonymous White Male August 20, 2020 8:54 PM  

"If you're subscribed to Netherflix or the Devil Mouse, you really need to stop and think about what side you're actually on."

I honestly don't know how young parents can protect their children from the ubiquitous porn that they encounter daily. At school, on the internet, on their phones. I am reminded of some things that were experimental precursors of today's completely sexualized world of entertainment. Do you remember Leave It To Beaver? Beaver Cleaver? "Ward, don't you think you were a little hard on the Beaver tonight?" Can't you just see Hymen Shekelstein and his fellow writers having a big laugh at the expense of the goy sheep? Or, what about Bewitched? A witch with a menorah by the front door. In retrospect, you see how innocuous it seems. And yet, here we are today.

Blogger Ronius_Maximus August 20, 2020 9:01 PM  

Where is this quote by David Belphegorian from? I cannot find it anywhere.

Blogger VD August 20, 2020 9:10 PM  

You're banned for defending pedos and the Hellmouth, BalancedTryteOperators.

Blogger VD August 20, 2020 9:11 PM  

I hate using the word Paedophilia

No one cares about your spergish concerns. You're not the Dictionary Police.

Blogger VD August 20, 2020 9:14 PM  

I think you might be reading a bit too much into Monsters Inc.

It's cute that you think there might be anything even remotely not evil coming out of the Devil Mouse. Then again, to be fair, there are still people who genuinely believe Fight Club isn't gay.

Blogger John Rockwell August 20, 2020 9:23 PM  

Now when we object they will try to deflect the accusation onto us.

That to notice such things is to be perverts ourselves.

Basically projecting their guilt onto us.

For the same reason those who oppose homosexuality are accused of being closet homosexuals themselves.

Be on the look out for such Magic Spells.

Blogger Autarky Bear August 20, 2020 9:27 PM  

Can you really not see the entire plot is about abusing children and making friends with the monsters in their life?

Blogger Jim August 20, 2020 9:57 PM  

VD wrote:It's cute that you think there might be anything even remotely not evil coming out of the Devil Mouse. Then again, to be fair, there are still people who genuinely believe Fight Club isn't gay.
But Pixar wasn't owned by Disney when Monsters Inc. came out.

Blogger tdcommenter August 20, 2020 10:01 PM  

I recall that at Ping-pong Pizza, they had an event where children wrote to monsters, because monsters loved differently.

Blogger tdcommenter August 20, 2020 10:04 PM  

@2 Hydrophilic describes a material attracted to or having affinity to water. Love has nothing to do with that word.

Blogger doctrev August 20, 2020 10:19 PM  

Ronius_Maximus wrote:Where is this quote by David Belphegorian from? I cannot find it anywhere.

Baalstein should have tipped you off.

I'm quite encouraged by the sheer weight of the disapproval seen on Youtube. They'll disappear it, of course, but it serves as quite the lesson. There is an army of people out there who absolutely hate the worst sins, and even a campaign of ped-oganda won't be sufficient to purge it all before there's blowback.

Blogger Qualitarian August 20, 2020 10:23 PM  

What do you know about adrenochrome, American Nationalist?

Blogger Damelon Brinn August 20, 2020 10:27 PM  

I honestly don't know how young parents can protect their children from the ubiquitous porn that they encounter daily. At school, on the internet, on their phones.

Homeschool.
No unsupervised Internet.
No smart phone.

That might not always be easy to do. But the measures it would take were obvious.

Blogger Shane Bradman August 20, 2020 10:34 PM  

Netflix also licensed an Argentinian movie which depicted preteen girls involved in sexual acts. It took a lot of yelling for Netflix to remove it.

Blogger Oscar Schneegans August 20, 2020 11:07 PM  

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Blogger Wood-burning_Bear August 20, 2020 11:32 PM  

Yeah I unsubscribed to Netherflix after stranger things season 3 shoehorned the homo agenda in the last episode of the season. Haven’t regretted canceling it.

Blogger Canadian Warlord August 20, 2020 11:36 PM  

This idea was parodied in "Donnie Darko" as part of looking back at the 80s from a 2000 perspective. I guess Kelly should have set his movie in the future, where it would be normalized and not a standout example of the odd world surrounding the pedo character played by Patrick Swayze.

"Sparkle Motion" has now become reality. I wonder if the "Cuties" will use "Notorious" by Duran Duran? Nah, probably they'll graduate right to stripper music like "Closer" by Nine Inch Nails.

Blogger Doktor Jeep August 20, 2020 11:47 PM  

Since netflix apologized, it's time to move in for the k....
agh! Argh! Ick!
*bowtie appears on neck
That's not who we are!

Blogger Joe Smith August 20, 2020 11:55 PM  

But Pixar wasn't owned by Disney when Monsters Inc. came out.

What do you mean by putting "but" in that ankle-biter response? Pixar might not have been owned by Disney at the time, which is perhaps useful information for making a more precise comment in the future, however Monsters Inc. remains a movie obviously about child abuse. To say that the Hellmouth's hatred and mistreatment of children is bigger than just the Devil Mouse is to say something obvious.

Blogger God Emperor Memes August 21, 2020 12:07 AM  

"Baalstein"
I love it.

Blogger Tetro August 21, 2020 12:19 AM  

VD wrote:Then again, to be fair, there are still people who genuinely believe Fight Club isn't gay.

I'll be honest, I had never thought of this before hearing it hear a few weeks ago. I'd seen Fight Club once, in the theaters, that's it and never gave it much thought outside of some analyses saying it was about white male frustrations with society.

Saw the shortest of clips from the movie the other day and.... yeah, it's about the gay.

Blogger Jim August 21, 2020 12:19 AM  

Joe Smith wrote:What do you mean by putting "but" in that ankle-biter response?
I was coming back to say I was an idiot, as doing more research, while Pixar was not owned by Disney, Disney was the production company for Monsters Inc.

Joe Smith wrote:however Monsters Inc. remains a movie obviously about child abuse.
Going off of memory here with aid from Infogalactic. That Hellmouth interpretation is only really possible if you view the story with Boo as the protagonist. In which case, the story of a girl who wasn't afraid of the monsters that tried to scare her and turned them into friends has the moral that, if you're nice to the monsters, they'll stop hurting you, which is far more terrible than Vox says.

The problem is, Boo is not the protagonist. She's the MacGuffin. She has no character arc or lines and the story doesn't follow her. She is simply the nexus of conflict between the protagonist Sulley, and the villains. We can absolutely say that Sulley starts out as an abuser. In fact, I'd say it's useful to view the company Monsters Inc. as Disney itself. Every monster that works for it is abusing children. But Sulley has an arc where he becomes disillusioned with the business as he understands what they're doing and wants to quit, and winds up toppling the order instead and ending the abuse.

But what really derails the Hellmouth interpretation is how we can tell who are the good guys and who are the bad guys. The good guys want to return Boo to her family, while the bad guys want to kidnap her and target her because she is alone and vulnerable. If the intent of the movie is to be about child abuse, the movie gives a very good shorthand about how to avoid abusers, because abusers want to separate children from their parents. You can see this in the original markup for the clearly predatory Cuties in the "starts to rebel against her conservative family's traditions" line.

I think you have to ignore too much of the story to think this is some kind of grooming.

Blogger nswhorse August 21, 2020 12:35 AM  

Quoting John Rockwell: "Now when we object they will try to deflect the accusation onto us.

That to notice such things is to be perverts ourselves.

Basically projecting their guilt onto us.

For the same reason those who oppose homosexuality are accused of being closet homosexuals themselves.

Be on the look out for such Magic Spells."

I don't have to look out for that. I've already encountered it multiple times. They really do always project.

Blogger tublecane August 21, 2020 12:43 AM  

@45- The way you describe it the movie is definitely "about child abuse." The fact that the main character is an abuser who is not as bad as some other abusers does not make it not about child abuse.

Whether the movie itself serves as grooming is a thing apart from whether it depicts grooming. Part of the point of showing kinds allegorical tales teaching them about abusive relationships between adults or adult-like monsters and children may be to soften them up. Even if the movie has an anti-grooming message.

Same way horror movies that punish teens for having sex aren't anti-teen sex. They merely profit off of the natural relation between horror and sex, as well as provide an excuse to show boobies.

Good bet many of the producers of such movies are more than happy to have sex with teens.

Blogger Shane Bradman August 21, 2020 12:53 AM  

Jim, there's a reason Disney absorbed Pixar. They saw what Pixar was doing and they heavily approved.

Blogger SirHamster August 21, 2020 1:12 AM  

Jim wrote:But what really derails the Hellmouth interpretation is how we can tell who are the good guys and who are the bad guys. The good guys want to return Boo to her family, while the bad guys want to kidnap her and target her because she is alone and vulnerable. If the intent of the movie is to be about child abuse, the movie gives a very good shorthand about how to avoid abusers, because abusers want to separate children from their parents.
Strange monsters entering children's bedrooms at night, and it's akhstually positive because they're "good" monsters.

OK Groomer.

Blogger Unknownsailor August 21, 2020 1:15 AM  

Never had a Netflix account, never will. I do have some of their stuff, though, like Daredevil, Punisher, etc. I follow the download once, watch forever philosophy. My black eyepatch is on and stays on, except for artists I want to financially support. ;)

Blogger The World War II Fanatic August 21, 2020 1:32 AM  

A pervy french film with a migrant cast too
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0O7lLe4SmA

Blogger Reprehensible Adam August 21, 2020 2:05 AM  

Vox Day can sniff out these pedos like a truffle pig.

Blogger Darren August 21, 2020 2:38 AM  



>>> PROM was an anagram for "Perennial Ritual Offering Maiden"
^ VD, I thought you were joking.
Nope! That was her actual tweet. Yikes. Flagrant. Fool.
https://twitter.com/DanaTerrace/status/1292321438901219328

Blogger Darren August 21, 2020 2:47 AM  

And yet every Pixar film still included a reference to "Pizza Planet"...

Blogger Darren August 21, 2020 2:51 AM  

Come for the empty nihilism, stay for the sweaty propagaynda :-(

Blogger Darren August 21, 2020 2:54 AM  

Call it the Amblin' Effect.

Blogger Tom d August 21, 2020 3:39 AM  

Jim wrote:I think you have to ignore too much of the story to think this is some kind of grooming.
It's worth watch the entire documentary. The movie shows how the Hellmouth puts images in the animation films. A graphic image is slipped into Monsters Inc. as well that has no business being in a film for children. Also the main characters 'one eye' is worth noting.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MY8Nfzcn1qQ&t=37m10s

Blogger Daniele Grech Pereira August 21, 2020 4:37 AM  

These folks are hellbound, and there is your silver lining.

Blogger Daniele Grech Pereira August 21, 2020 4:39 AM  

That is why they call you "Sir". Defend the realm, brother.

Blogger phunktor August 21, 2020 5:23 AM  

Avoid calamari at a bris!

Blogger Duke Norfolk August 21, 2020 5:57 AM  

As for many others, Dear White People did it for me. But it's amazing how many people just can't be bothered, or continue to be unable to see the evil, brushing it off, one after the other.

Blogger map August 21, 2020 6:18 AM  

http://mileswmathis.com/lafrance.pdf

I thought I'd share this.

Miles Mathis argues that Q-Anon is a created parallel construction of...himself.

Something else...I am watching the video of the truck driver getting attacked in Portland or Seattle. This footage is captured by The Daily Caller...but...how are they getting this? How does anyone allow themselves to be filmed?

Blogger Pierre August 21, 2020 6:18 AM  

Plot twist: the director says the movie is a criticism of "hypersexualization of teenagers".

Well, for obvious reasons I'm not going to pay to view this thing, so I'm just hand-waving. But it would be quite ironic if Hellflix pushed this thinking it was pro-pedo, while it is actually not...

Blogger Happy Camper August 21, 2020 6:49 AM  

Ah, gotta love twerking.

Such culture!

Seriously, why isn't ballet revered instead?

I'm so sick and tired of trash being elevated to art.


And little girls being sexualized.

Reminds me of the odious show Dance Moms.

Blogger Shane Bradman August 21, 2020 6:57 AM  

Pierre, showing the sexualisation of preteen girls and saying "It's ackshually a criticism of hypersexualisation" doesn't change the fact that they just showed the sexualisation of preteen girls.

Blogger Steve Samson August 21, 2020 7:00 AM  

continue to be unable to see the evil

I must admit I'm terrible for this, taking things at face value and having to have it pointed out to me. But twerking 11yos is so blatant even I couldn't miss it. Things are moving fast now.

Blogger Paulito August 21, 2020 7:04 AM  

@Jim You don't find it odd that the shift is from feeding off kids' fear to feeding off their happiness? It's not a shift from 'entering kids' rooms uninvited and scaring them' to 'not entering kids' rooms uninvited'. Oh, no. The shift is to 'entering kids' rooms uninvited and feeding off their happiness'. Why did the *other* monsters go along with the plan? Because "laughter is 15 times more powerful than scream". Not because it was bad for the kids. But because it's better for the monsters. No matter how you slice it, it's weird.

Blogger tublecane August 21, 2020 7:08 AM  

@63- Pay close attention to that word: "hypersexualization." We're talking about 11 year-olds. Why proceed directly HYPERsexualization and skip simple sexualization? Because sexualization is fine with them.

No doubt this movie celebrates 11 year-olds as sexual beings blossoming into womanhood. It just won't let them get too hyper with it. I'm other words look but don't touch.

Another thing: this is about a kid from a Muslim family. If the parents were Evangelical Christians, the kids could be grinding on Daddy's lap in front of Mommy. But Muslims are different.

Not to say you can't make them bad guys. Action movies need their terrorists. There have been domestic dramas critical of Muslim households. Usually with patriarchs as crazy rapists and such. But this is not that kind of movie.

It's more Dirty Dancing. Which means the movie probably recognizes the value in *some* of the parents' traditions. Some, not all.

Hypersexuality is for French girls, ya know?

Blogger thethirdcoast August 21, 2020 7:39 AM  

In a society without discipline, honor, or morals there is ONLY the slippery slope.

Blogger Damelon Brinn August 21, 2020 7:55 AM  

That to notice such things is to be perverts ourselves.

Yes, they use this a lot in Epstein conversations too: "Gosh, you guys sure think a lot about sex with kids, maybe you have the problem." That's when you know you're talking to a paid shill, because it's too consistent to be anything else.

Blogger SciVo August 21, 2020 8:12 AM  

map wrote:Something else...I am watching the video of the truck driver getting attacked in Portland or Seattle. This footage is captured by The Daily Caller...but...how are they getting this? How does anyone allow themselves to be filmed?

First, I'm sorry, but your nick is offensive. I've seen enough from you to think that you just don't know any better, but it is a modern acronym for a bad term: "minor-attracted persons."

Second, to answer your question, MPAI.

Blogger Newscaper312 August 21, 2020 8:36 AM  

One in between option that starves the beast, if its the only legit way to get content you do like, is just use the service 2 or 3 months a year. We never fooled w NF but last summer gave it a try - teacher wife, then did it again this summer. Far enough apart and you get a free trial month again. Also a year later theres new seasons to catch up on. Theres no reason to keep funding them year round, no contracts.

Blogger Avalanche August 21, 2020 8:37 AM  

@16 "parents of those little girls feel every ounce of the shame and horror they ought to for allowing their daughters to appear in this kind of satanic monstrosity. "

"allowing" Allowing?! You want to bet the parents urged, pushed, HELPED the little girls! Here's their ticket (!) into film-and-TV stardom! Maybe if the little girls are VERY lucky ... or, rather, willing, amenable, and SILENT ... they can move to America from France and gain Hollywood stardom.

And then, of course, move the whole extended family to the land of milk and honey and welfare!

Blogger Avalanche August 21, 2020 8:50 AM  

@44 Tetro

OMG! For a great laugh -- and a real exposure to deep truth:

Jan 2019: DARKSTREAM: Fight Club was never about fighting
https://podtail.com/en/podcast/vox-day/darkstream-fight-club-was-never-about-fighting/
The video isn't yet/still up on Unauthorized TV, but here
it is on BitChute:
https://www.bitchute.com/video/EVvy4JERiCCp/

Aug 2008: Breaking the First Rule of Fight Club
http://voxday.blogspot.com/2008/08/fight-club-anthology.html

Any newbies, this 'eyewash' is worth the time!!

Blogger Servant August 21, 2020 8:50 AM  

Pedophiles believe they love the children. A prosector I knew talked about this phenomenon. This is how they sell it to you. Love. A child spending a significant amount of time with anyone who is not their parents is disordered.

Just because you liked a movie you are afraid to see what it really is. Rip off the band aid. I fell for it too, it hurts, Pixar proved they could hide stuff in plain sight and they got paid. Same as Spielberg.

The main or very close to main theme in every piece of entertainment featuring children is "you know what's best, follow your heart, don't listen to your parents, they don't know what's going on, they can't be trusted, aliens or monsters or strange neighbors are actually really cool people, but keep it a secret because your parents wouldn't understand.

Blogger Jim August 21, 2020 8:58 AM  

tublecane wrote:@45- The way you describe it the movie is definitely "about child abuse."
Yes, because I'm accepting your premise that it is about a particular kind of child abuse, so I will describe it that way. Terrifying children is abuse, but I don't think that's the kind of abuse that you are concerned about.

Monsters Inc. is the same premise as Ghost Busters: what if weird thing was a blue collar job. There are plenty of things in the movie that do not align with the Hellmouth interpretation. Kids are considered toxic. The monsters do not want any contact with them and freak out if they so much as touch something a kid has touched. Sulley has no actual interest in the children he scares. What kind of abusers are these?

This basically boils down to bad guys do bad thing to children, therefore grooming. But that's going to wipe out a hell of a lot of kid's stories going all the way back to Grimm. Hansel and Gretel, the original grooming story. It teaches kids that if they get tossed out by their parents, they can get all the candy they want. Sure, we have to ignore the whole cooked alive thing, but that's just a smokescreen anyway.

Blogger Avalanche August 21, 2020 9:10 AM  

@62 "I am watching the video of the truck driver getting attacked... How does anyone allow themselves to be filmed?"

Antifa-BLM is trying to disallow posting of the vids of their violence being posted -- no doubt because those damned pesky kids ... er ... weaponized autistes keep identifying them!

Blogger Peter August 21, 2020 9:21 AM  

Its not just disney.. its the entire madison avenue.. sex sells and they use it to permanently effect our children during their formative years.

Blogger Maniac August 21, 2020 9:22 AM  

Netflix was asked point-blank if they condoned or condemned pedophilia. Their reply?

"We cannot really comment on that, but while we believe in creative freedom, at Netflix we respect all religions and their cultures, traditions and values."

I'm glad I don't work for them anymore.

Blogger flyingtiger August 21, 2020 9:48 AM  

The push for pedos is starting. A California legislator has introduce a bill decriminalizing sexual relations with young people. This movie may be part of the program.

Blogger Wm Jas Tychonievich August 21, 2020 10:18 AM  

"Back then PROM was an anagram for 'Perennial Ritual Offering Maiden'."

This is truly shocking. What sort of twisted values will our children learn from programming made by someone who doesn't know the difference between an anagram and an acronym?

Blogger Kat August 21, 2020 10:31 AM  

First time I watched that movie was in high school at my in-law's house. They ran a pretty tight ship, but this still slipped by them - just a cute movie involving compassion and a fun plot twist on the "scary monster under my bed theme" ..... until I found out about adrenachrome and how evil people actually do live off the energy/blood of terrified children.

Of course the movie doesn't have a 1:1 correspondence to reality. That would be Bunyan levels of allegory right there. However you could probably make the case that the beginning and end of the movie portrays what our entertainment "elite" do versus people's perception of what they do.

So yeah, that movie is never coming into my house. Ditto Toy Story - not because I know of any particular problem with it but just on general principle.

Blogger Kat August 21, 2020 10:33 AM  

glueballs wrote:Netflix was an easy piece [of] gristle to excise.

As the small-hat wearers say, never buy gristles from a mohel. (a mohel is a tribal penis chopper, pedo and vampire rolled into one evil body)

We still have NetFlix for my inlaws – they are in their mid-80’s and watch a lot of old films with fondness. We’ll drop the gristles when it’s time and, ideally, eliminate the mohel.



You can't just buy or torrent the movies? You can't go to a modest amount of effort to avoid sending money straight to the devil?

Blogger Submitted2Christ August 21, 2020 11:19 AM  

These people are sick! Righteous anger should be boiling over from good men.

Blogger Grooveware August 21, 2020 11:41 AM  

Great news, let all these Satanic organisations expose themselves. I was considering subscribing to Netflix, not anymore.

Blogger SirHamster August 21, 2020 11:45 AM  

Jim wrote:This basically boils down to bad guys do bad thing to children, therefore grooming.
No, it's "good guys" doing inappropriate things to children, subverting the ability to see that it's inappropriate.

That's grooming.

"Hey kiddo, I'm coming into your room to make you laugh. Laughing is good. Your parents don't know but they won't mind."

Blogger American Nationalist August 21, 2020 12:08 PM  

In Monsters Inc, the villains are the ones kidnapping and abusing children. The heroes send the little girl home.

Second off, the movie was made before Disney bought Pixar.

Third, I'm gonna have to disagree with Vox on this one- not everything Disney makes is categorically evil. Not everything is a hidden metaphor, or subliminal message. In fact, I actually thought one of their more recent films, "Coco" promoted a right-wing message, i.e that family (specifically heterosexual ones with children) is more important than ambition.

Disney is an evil company and I don't support them. But that won't stop me from enjoying what I can for free. It's not like every single animator participated in their crazed sex cult.

Blogger American Nationalist August 21, 2020 12:15 PM  

SirHamster wrote:Jim wrote:This basically boils down to bad guys do bad thing to children, therefore grooming.

No, it's "good guys" doing inappropriate things to children, subverting the ability to see that it's inappropriate.

That's grooming.

"Hey kiddo, I'm coming into your room to make you laugh. Laughing is good. Your parents don't know but they won't mind."


I've changed my mind. Literally fuck this movie.

Blogger VD August 21, 2020 12:15 PM  

In Monsters Inc, the villains are the ones kidnapping and abusing children. The heroes send the little girl home.

So what? The superficial message is not the whole of the propaganda. As has already been pointed out to you, horror films are not "anti-sex". The fact that the "bad guy" gets his comeuppance in the end doesn't change the fact that you've been stewing in filth for 90 minutes.

Second off, the movie was made before Disney bought Pixar.

Disney funded, distributed, and literally named the movie.

Docter pitched the story to Disney with some initial artwork on February 4 that year. He and his story team left with some suggestions in hand and returned to pitch a refined version of the story on May 30. At this pitch meeting, longtime Disney animator Joe Grant – whose work stretched back to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs – suggested the title Monsters, Inc., a play on the title of a gangster film Murder, Inc., which stuck."

Blogger Elijah August 21, 2020 1:30 PM  

Disney , netflix and the entire left wants to eat your children. if you don't get that after all thats happened you never will.

Blogger Joe Smith August 21, 2020 1:43 PM  

Monsters Inc. is the same premise as Ghost Busters: what if weird thing was a blue collar job.

You don't believe in symbolism, apparently. Ghost Busters is a movie soaked in sexual depravity, albeit not necessarily directed at children.

Not everything is a hidden metaphor, or subliminal message.

It certainly will look that way if you close your eyes to the hidden metaphors and subliminal messages. The simple fact that you can even sit there and write that this or that recent Hellmouth flick doesn't push evil--which it must, otherwise the Hellmouth wouldn't make it--tells anyone that cares to notice a lot about where you're at.

Blogger Avalanche August 21, 2020 2:14 PM  

@81 "someone who doesn't know the difference between an anagram and an acronym?"

Or between an acronym and and an initialism... Check with your local editor to be sure! {wink}

Blogger Pierre August 21, 2020 2:54 PM  

@68

I stand corrected

Sundance, Co-Founded by Convicted Pedophile, Awards Netflix’s ‘CUTIES’ Film Featuring Twerking Preteens

Blogger Pierre August 21, 2020 4:43 PM  

Oooooh.

Sundance also loves the movie Never Rarely Sometimes Always

"Faced with an unintended pregnancy and a lack of local support, Autumn (Sidney Flanigan) and her cousin Skylar (Talia Ryder) embark across state lines to New York City on a fraught journey of friendship, bravery and compassion..."

...to get an abortion.

Blogger Ronius_Maximus August 21, 2020 6:12 PM  

Ya I was a little slow this morning. How embarrassing.

Blogger Silly but True August 21, 2020 6:35 PM  

Some enterprising entertainment journalist / H’wood reporter should whenever an issue like this pops up solicit comment from CW’s Mark Pedowitz — either the best-named or worst-named Hollywood executive to ever live.

Blogger tublecane August 21, 2020 7:11 PM  

@94- Hmm, I wonder why someone would cross state lines to get an abortion. "A lack of local support?" Huh? Presumably that means she's underage and doesn't have her parents' consent.

I look up the plot, and apparently this is an anti-Christian "crisis center" movie. Because she visits one and they lie to her about the progress of her pregnancy. Meaning when she gets to the other state she is farther along than she thought and the abortion will be more expensive. Quelle dommage.

God forbid one should be inconvenienced in pursuit of murdering one's child.

Frankly, a movie about a "back-alley" abortion pre-Roe v Wade sounds better. At least there'd be adventure and serious opposition. Not merely a desire not to bother telling your parents and unhelpful charities.

Blogger map August 21, 2020 10:24 PM  

SciVo wrote:First, I'm sorry, but your nick is offensive. I've seen enough from you to think that you just don't know any better, but it is a modern acronym for a bad term: "minor-attracted persons."

Second, to answer your question, MPAI.


Yes, I am aware of the issue and I did not know about that when I chose the handle.

I've already addressed this before.

Blogger map August 22, 2020 12:05 AM  

Mark Pedowitz

https://variety.com/2020/tv/news/cw-mark-pedowitz-supernatural-stargirl-streaming-strictly-business-1234713193/#!

Just look at that face...

Blogger John Rockwell August 22, 2020 4:14 AM  

The same people love Totalitarianism.

They want such control so that they could this evil while stamping on our face forever with Jackboots.

It seems there is a strong connection between Tyranny and the desire to micromanage and this evil shit.

Blogger John Rockwell August 22, 2020 4:16 AM  

flyingtiger wrote:The push for pedos is starting. A California legislator has introduce a bill decriminalizing sexual relations with young people. This movie may be part of the program.

Homosexual Pederasty coming right up. What a surprise.

Blogger S1AL August 22, 2020 9:30 AM  

The push for pedos is starting. A California legislator has introduce a bill decriminalizing sexual relations with young people. This movie may be part of the program.

Homosexual Pederasty coming right up. What a surprise.


Could also just be pandering to the Mexicans.

Blogger Boaty Bear August 23, 2020 2:09 AM  

Harvesting their nightmares...

Adrenochrome produced when in state of deep terror...

?

Blogger Boaty Bear August 23, 2020 9:44 AM  

They were simply advertising their willingness to take the ticket....

And they did.

Blogger Boaty Bear August 23, 2020 11:20 AM  

Surely Animators just animate?

They animate what the writers who participate in their crazed sex cult..write.

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