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Saturday, October 24, 2020

Boycotts work

Netherflix is seeing its subscriptions collapse due to popular disgust at its pedophistic support of the film Cuties.

Netflix’s disappointing third quarter earnings was the result of subscribers canceling their service at eight times the usual rate because of anger over the controversial French film Cuties, it has been reported.

Data unearthed by two analytics firms indicate that there was a sharp uptick in the number of people who cancelled their subscriptions at around the same time that calls were growing for a boycott of Netflix over its airing of Cuties. 

Antenna, a data analytics firm that tracks Netflix subscribers, reported a ‘meaningful spike in churn rate’ shortly after the hashtag #CancelNetflix went viral. ‘Churn’ measures the number of subscribers who cancel pay services like Netflix for any reason, according to USA Today. In mid-September, Antenna noted that Netflix was losing five times as many subscribers in the days after the release of Cuties than the company lost in the previous month.

The media loves to proclaim that boycotts don't work and that conservative consumers are all bark and no bite. But the reason they push this falsehood is precisely because boycotts are extremely effective, and the media is trying to stop them before they start.

Don't ever provide any support to those who hate you, your faith, and your nation.

39 comments:

  1. Where none of the other evil f***ery got one of my younger female relatives to ditch nutflux, "Cuties" put her, and many, many like her, on the warpath. Poof goes the subscription. Boycott Hell.

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  2. I saw that the Babylon Bee got ousted from Facebook for this article (FB jackwagons claim it "incites violence")

    https://babylonbee.com/news/senator-hirono-demands-acb-be-weighed-against-a-duck-to-see-if-she-is-a-witch

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  3. They’ve been emailing us with deals to come back, “we’ll be better this time. You want cheaper deals?” Nah, I’d pay double just to watch you Judeo-Satanists boil in the cauldron you built.

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  4. Hellfilx's anti-Christianity is not good for business.

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  5. I get emails several times a week asking me to come back. Seems like it's been going on for months during the Covid lockdowns. Definitely a sign Netflix is hurting. They won't be the only companies to lose my patronage.

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    1. @rognuald, same here. I blocked mine so they hit the spam folder. Ha! Burn, Netflix burn.

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  6. My problem with boycotts is the companies worth boycotting are already providing sub par service and we're cancelled by me long ago.

    Got any tips to convince family members who know they should be boycotting but still haven't?

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  7. We cancelled too. We had seen for a while that Netflix originals like narcos would start off with a very promising premise and then the writing would go down hill as the writer dont really understand how people behave, even aside from shoe horning in gratuitous sjw sexuality. The contrived plot devices just made things go stupid.

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  8. I think the Internet has made boycotts more viable. Back when the only way to spread a boycott was to write letters to editors and bring it up at PTA meetings, it was tough. Now it can fly around through email, or on social media until they shut it down. And virtue signaling for good can work too: women are more likely to join a boycott if they can tell everyone about it.

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  9. The pozz was in way back when, and I got rid of it at that time.

    I came back every now and then to see what was up, to see documentaries I couldn't find anywhere else, mostly taking advantage of the "free 30 day period" and then would switch it off on day 29.

    When I heard Obama was funneling money through it in some not-so-elaborate money laundering scheme, I was gone for good.

    It's good to see them feeling the pinch. Hopefully it will be red-hot tongs doing them the business.

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  10. Surprised this didn't come earlier. The pedo stuff was obvious a couple years ago when I cancelled my subscription.

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  11. Overpriced garbage service with 90% of its content consisting of utter trash. The only good stuff on there is produced outside and they just bought the rights to it. That wasn't enough so they decided to one-up themselves and openly cater to... well. Whoever the intended audience of that footage is.

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  12. And Patreon seems to be boycotting its customers ...

    https://www.sgtreport.com/

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  13. I used to work for them. I'm glad I cashed out my Employee Stock Purchase shares when I did.

    What a den of swine they've become.

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  14. Got any tips to convince family members who know they should be boycotting but still haven't?

    Shut them down when they talk about their shows. Like if someone tries to talk to you about a football game, just say, "Oh, I don't watch that anymore," and change the subject. You don't have to sperg about it and lecture them, which would make them defensive. Just make it clear you're not interested in that anymore, like it's a fad you got over. NPCs do things because everyone else is doing them and they're told it's cool. If you don't think it's cool anymore, that may sink in.

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  15. Rhetoric works, "Pedo" still ain't popular with the masses, and from what I've seen the left has no come back, especially since on one day they are doing the "kids in cages" then to switch their little brains to kids in cages for sex with perverts, but I'll bet they are working on a work around so their idiot two digit IQ mouth breathing voters can use.

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  16. I bummed off a girlfriend's Netsux account years ago. I was not really impressed with it. I did enjoy watching the Jericho series and old Twilight Zone episodes, but a lot of this stuff can be found over the internet for free anyway.

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  17. The fun part of unsubbing was filling out the "why" field.

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  18. They spammed me with "Offers" so I told them that I was a EU citizen(never pulled that "honor" before) and that I would contact my MEP if they didn´t stop and stopp they did.

    Yet another bit of info that the SDL has given to me(as I understand it at least). Must have been true though because my mail is now Netherflex free.

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  19. Netflix claims that they are still net gaining subscribers, just less than before, and are blaming it on market saturation.

    Translation: the boycott is working.

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  20. If there is some content on Netflix you really like that is hard to get legitimately else where, it trivial to get the free month and perhaps pay for a 2nd month, once a year or so. Get caught up on anything worthwhile then drop off. Give em a year to create a new season (on other peoples dime), then cherry pick again the next year. They will even hang on to your watch list etc for a while in case you come back. Zero reason to give them money year round.

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  21. Not quite off-topic, but a friend of mine who still watches current TV says there's a new trend in shows where a main character is an emotionally traumatized woman who seeks emotional comfort in the arms of another woman. He sees the pattern happen over and over again in shows regardless of their setting. I suspect this is the product of gamma male writers who want to write themselves in the role of the comforter, but make her female so no one on their side can criticize the otherwise traditional relationship dynamic of "vulnerable person seeking dominant protector". It isn't sexist if both people in the relationship are women!

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  22. If I understand it correctly, this is particularly bad for them as their business model of over leverage requires an ever expanding customer base. I believe the idea was to spend money they didn't have to capture market share, but in a market with a lot of streaming services (many of them free) that doesn't sound viable in the long run.

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  23. I suspect this is the product of gamma male writers who want to write themselves in the role of the comforter, but make her female so no one on their side can criticize the otherwise traditional relationship dynamic of "vulnerable person seeking dominant protector". It isn't sexist if both people in the relationship are women!

    Occam's Razor says that it's just the Sodomite Agenda at work, just like everywhere else.

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  24. @11 SonyAD

    Overpriced garbage service with 90% of its content consisting of utter trash. The only good stuff on there is produced outside and they just bought the rights to it. That wasn't enough....

    They were a victim of their own success. All the rights holders for their outside stuff saw the money they were making and decided to set up their own services, and didn't renew Netflix's licenses when they ended. Two problems with that: they're of course greedy, so who's going to recreate a full cable package by signing up to 10 different services at $6/month or more? And I can't imagine all of these media companies are going to be competent enough to maintain both server side and especially client side so that it's easy for normies, or even techies, to simultaneously maintain a bunch of subscriptions (how many times have you seen in a smart TV or DVD/Bluray player review that X doesn't work, or stopped working?). The latter client side issue does admit to some solutions, but realize at the very top these content people aren't very smart.

    Look at Quibi, $2 billion pissed away because among other things Katzenberg insisted it be mobile only, and their only big technical thing was "'Turnstyle technology,' which determines the orientation of a user’s phone and seamlessly switches content based on the way the phone is held." Also got into a patent fight on that, don't know about the outcome, but it strikes me as a ludicrous leading technology feature, not something that you should be focusing on, more like table stakes.

    Also reported to not have actually generated any hit shows, except perhaps for with an intelligent almost uncanny valley sex doll I think it was. I've very uncertain it would have succeeded pre-COVID-19, but post, when so many fewer potential customers are commuting, and have nice big TVs at their homes where they're spending a lot more time? Katzenberg also didn't play well with others, or he and Meg Whitman who was the technical founder simply stopped talking to each other. Also didn't accept "no" for an answer, big egos need grounding.

    Back to Netflix: in trying to produce literally billions worth of new content on the cheap, they're legendary for canceling their successful shows just at the point where the bargaining power of the actors increases. Lately reported to be canceling shows quickly, not sure about that, one person said their writers run of of steam pretty quickly. And of course 99.999% of these new shows are pozzed, it's news when they aren't.

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  25. Zero reason to give them money year round.
    One of two things I learned from Gen X, is that piracy of Hollywood content is not only acceptable, but admirable.

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  26. Good riddance. Maybe Obama and his negative lefty content shows will fail as well. Same goes for NBA and NFL. Got better things to do with my time and treasure.

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  27. Maybe just quit showing kiddie porn? Pretty much a no brainier.

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  28. I haven't subscribed to Netflix in years (since the Dear White People fiasco), but occasionally, I'll hear they've produced something good and I'll obtain a copy to take a look. I've never seen them produce a show depicting a healthy, white family, EVER. There's always a happy, mixed-race family, and usually a gay couple, but no healthy, white families. They're clearly trying to normalize one and de-normalize the other. Just pure evil.

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  29. @20. I don't understand you.

    Why give any money to people who hate you and want you dead? If someone tried to stab your sister, and then you hear that the same maniac is now planning to violently rape her......would you pay this maniac money, because he created a really cool TV show? It's one thing to pay money to these freaks for food, clothing, water, electricity, and shelter.....because these are necessities of life. Watching a particular TV show is as much of a "necessity" as a third testicle.

    Netflix has officially become a PEDOPHILE COMPANY. Pirate it or forget it, but stop financially rewarding "Team Satan".

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  30. @ransom smith
    "You wrote: piracy of Hollywood content is not only acceptable, but admirable."
    The next level is oblivion, i.e. when no one even bothers to pirate it.

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  31. Cancelled when they decided to air The First Temptation of Christ. We're down to an antenna on our roof, I'm not giving these devil worshippers another penny.

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  32. They just went into Russia. A Russian production company said they are going to pay for a lot of projects. Which is just odd that Putin would allow it.

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  33. Wondering if it would do any good to serially subscribe and unsubscribe giving the reason. That sounds like one of the ferals' capers and I do have other things to do, such as work.

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  34. The woke was already apparent in Netflix with the general trend of the denigration of the Man in their shows and the elevation of the Woman who takes his place LARPing as a Man.

    The cringe masculinized woman which they consistently try to promote.

    Even the recent Video Game History Documentary seemed to want to promote gays and trans as being very important in the development of modern culture.

    "Cuties" was what finally got people to actually see the evil that is already lurking behind the scenes.

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  35. Amethyst Dominica wrote:Not quite off-topic, but a friend of mine who still watches current TV says there's a new trend in shows where a main character is an emotionally traumatized woman who seeks emotional comfort in the arms of another woman. He sees the pattern happen over and over again in shows regardless of their setting. I suspect this is the product of gamma male writers who want to write themselves in the role of the comforter, but make her female so no one on their side can criticize the otherwise traditional relationship dynamic of "vulnerable person seeking dominant protector". It isn't sexist if both people in the relationship are women!

    Or its promoting lesbianism as well. Subverting traditional sex roles is what they always loved to do.

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  36. If NFLX drops another $100/sh from this post-crashlet $488, it'll reach its pre-Covid all-time-high.

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  37. Ransom Smith wrote:One of two things I learned from Gen X, is that piracy of Hollywood content is not only acceptable, but admirable.
    I suppose not paying for indoctrination in degeneracy is a little less foolish than paying to be degraded.
    Not allowing filth into your house is better than either.

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  38. VD: Don't ever provide any support to those who hate you, your faith, and your nation.


    Amen. Essentially rule 2 and it cannot be repeated enough.

    Identify... Boycott... Replace and support your own kind.

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