As I’ve written about before, I don’t watch movies or TV. Doing so is just letting a Jew shit in your mind.
One of the worst offenders is the thing that replaced TV: Netflix.
I’m sure I don’t need to tell you about the controversy over their latest release.
A “French” film made by Africans and financed by small hats obviously. Backlash was initially over the movie’s poster, which Netflix “apologized” for, but just read a write-up of what is IN the film.
Consider this did not only happen to the girls who are actually in this movie, but no doubt they also made all the girls who auditioned for the movie participate in the same sort of things.
The Ziomedia is of course defending it and the smooth-brain take is that “Well, the movie is ANTI exploitation! That’s its message!” This is akin to making a movie where you actually kill people to make the point that murder is bad. Of course, this whole thing is a lie — that’s not the point of the movie at all.
Rather, the point of the movie and its “message” is the same as all films: To normalize ideas.
How Jewish propaganda works is that they use the media and their fictional stories to repeat an idea that they wish to make socially acceptable over and over and over again until in the normie’s brain, it is understood to be something everyone else is already okay with. So they just do it too or if they see it in real life, they will not be opposed to it whereas if the balance of nature had not been upset by media, they would vehemently oppose it.
Even people who are aware of this propaganda are not immune to it from watching TV and movies or playing video games as well. Consider that many also believe one can just shoot a padlock off of a door with ease, that you get a free phone call to whomever you wish if you get arrested and chloroform can make you unconscious in a few seconds.
In reality, if you shot a padlock the bullet would ricochet and probably kill you, the police aren’t obligated to let you phone anyone and even at high doses, chloroform takes several minutes to knock you out. But most people have never shot at a lock, never been arrested, nor even seen chloroform for themselves, so they just accept that these movie concepts must be true — after all, all of the movies and TV shows do it, so it must be true!
They did the exact same things with race mixing, communist ideology of “equality”, homosexuality, transgenders, etc. and Netflix’s “Cuties” is just the inevitable next step for them. One thing we can be sure they’ll never normalize though, is “racism”. That’s the ultimate evil.
“But!” I hear you say. “The normies are outraged over the movie!”
Yes, and I would remind you that they were once outraged over kissing scenes, gay and mixed-race couples in films too. Now, if you criticize those, you will be labeled some kind of “phobe”. Netflix and others will continue to make films like and much worse than “Cuties” from this point because they know that society is far enough down the hole now, that there will be no investigation and arrests over their movies or long-term outrage and so they can normalize pedophilia with impunity in the same way they normalized everything else — repetition in the media.
If you somehow haven’t by now, I strongly recommend that you cancel your Netflix subscription. In fact, I recommend you stop watching movies and TV altogether if you possibly can. Really try. The biggest habit to kick is video games. A lot of men who read my posts on the internet get really mad when I say this, especially regarding video games, but I promise you that your life WILL be better without them; without living in a fantasy world.
The main problem that exists with these things, even if they were to be free of propaganda, is that the kinds of people who just a few centuries ago would’ve composed beautiful music, had many children, been great warriors, built castles and churches, sailed the world, spoke 6 languages fluently, created ornate clothing and household items that lasted through the ages as family heirlooms, or made great scientific discoveries instead wind up memorizing the entire history of the Star Wars universe or making 8-hour videos about how to beat “Dark Souls” with a Dance Dance Revolution pad
It’s time to let loose your shackles of movies, tv and video games. You really have nothing to lose by doing so, and a whole lot of time and clarity for better things to gain.