Looks like Netflix is due for another major headache if it doesn’t clean up its act soon.
After all, while public schools and Big Tech companies may think it’s cool to sexualize children, it is abundantly obvious that Americans do not.
It is also abundantly obvious that quite a few individuals across other nations do not either, and Netflix was just put on notice by six extremely wealthy Middle Eastern nations, who all but threatened to cause real damage to the streaming giant if it didn’t clean up its perverse ways.
As detailed by Ben Zeisloft of The Daily Wire, “six nations in the Middle East are demanding that streaming service Netflix remove ‘offensive content,’ especially culturally sensitive programming targeting children.”
It’s pretty disturbing, really, how worldwide the Netflix obsession with youth sexualization is.
Then again, Epstein, Clinton, and associates hardly knew any borders when it came to their extracurricular activities.
“The Gulf Cooperation Council of Electronic Media – a union that includes Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates – issued a joint statement declaring that some content on the streaming service ‘violated Islamic and societal values and principles,’” Zeisloft continued.
Also violates what were American societal values and principles, but the present White House seems intent on eliminating anything remotely American in that regard.
Zeisloft also included excerpts from the statement itself, which made the nations’ position clear.
“It has been noticed in the recent period that the Netflix platform has broadcast some visual materials and content that violates the media content controls in the UAE and contradicts societal values in the country,” the statement remarked.
Those visual materials have also been “noticed” in the United States as well.
Not to mention in public school libraries.
“The Netflix platform has been contacted to remove this content, especially the offending content directed at children,” the statement continued.
Watch Netflix remove the content for the Middle East while keeping it in America, all to maintain their increasingly dwindling margins.
Margins that will further dwindle if woke actors like Chris Evans are employed.
Evans, apparently offended that Buzz Lightyear tanked in light of its woke LGBTQ+ additions, went on a rampage against people with different values.
“Every time there’s been social advancement as we wake up, the American story, the human story is one of constant social awakening and growth and that’s what makes us good,” Evans ranted.
Really, Evans? Every social advancement is good? That’s funny, because 1930s Germany expressed similar sentiments regarding “advancement.”
Would you agree with that?
Also, Mr. Evans, who may be ignorant due to his nonexistent education and susceptibility to political brainwashing, should consider statements from people aside from woke, clueless Hollywood types.
Melissa Henson, program director of the Parents Television Council (PTC), notes that she has also made similar requests akin to those of the Gulf nations.
“We are ultimately asking the President to instruct the DOJ to investigate Netflix not just for this film, but for its pattern of behavior. We hope to get Netflix to be more responsible and refrain from sexualizing kids for entertainment going forward,” Henson declared.
PTC President Tim Winter was even more brutal, and woke actors may want to keep in mind their allegiance to “MeToo” upon hearing this statement.
“There is a strong link between sexualized media and the victimization and exploitation of children. Please instruct your Attorney General to investigate Netflix to protect children from sexualization and exploitation,” Winter declared.
Make up your mind, Hollywood … Or wait for the puppet masters to make it up for you.
Author: Ofelia Thornton
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