You would think that the Jews would have long ago exhausted their “Authoritarian Personality” and “Critical Theory” shticks – time has seen them destroy almost everything once connected with traditional White Civilization and culture.
Well, hate to disappoint everyone here, but they’re still apparently going just as strong as before, and now they’re coming for the entertainment that I’m sure every parent of a boy knows inside and out.
Parents like to see themselves as purveyors of possibility. We want our children to inhabit a world in which identities are both mutable and equal, and imagination and empathy reign supreme!
But young children, as dictated by their tastes in popular culture, have something else in mind. They’re drawn to worlds in which identities are fixed, order trumps imagination and transgressions are met with routine punishment.
Okay, we’re only two paragraphs in, and I can already smell the gefilte fish emanating from this piece.
Of course children (at least White ones) seek out an orderly understanding of society – unless you believe in direct and instant reincarnation, these youngsters are seeing everything for the first time, and would love to make sense of what they experience.
But when you’re the below creature, chaos and instability are your dearest friends.
This clash between what parents desire for their children and what children desire for themselves is most easily observable in cartoon preferences. So often, the more parents dislike a show, the more their children love it.
Two of the most divisive shows are “Thomas the Tank Engine” and “Paw Patrol,” both of which have been eviscerated by grown-ups on discussion boards, in social media and in widely shared essays in prestigious publications.
Maybe I’m just being a closed-minded bigot and need to check out these (((prestigious publications))), but last I checked, Thomas and random cartoon puppies aren’t exactly “divisive” in any normal sense of the word.
You want to talk divisive?
How about the porno that’s only a click or three away from any child with a phone/tablet and basic motor skills.
Despite their reputation of innocence, children are bubbling cauldrons of conflicting feelings and impulses. This is especially the case during toddler and preschool years, when they become aware of their capacity to do bad things and struggle with understanding those urges.
The neat moral order of shows like “Thomas” and “Paw Patrol” gives them a context for these feelings, explained Tovah Klein, director of the Barnard College Center for Toddler Development and author of “How Toddlers Thrive.” Good and bad are clearly articulated states in those shows, she said, and should one misbehave, the repercussions are clear and predictable.
“This is an age group that is constantly dealing with all these negative feelings in themselves. ‘Am I good?’ ‘Am I bad?’ They are trying to figure out what that means,” Klein said.
Kids, if you listen to what this (((Klein))) thing says, and then do the complete opposite at least 90% of the time, you’re probably going to wind up being “good” in the eyes of your parents, your teachers, and your peers.
Ignore this advice, and I cannot be held responsible for what you might go through later in life.
These shows also help children navigate their paradoxical relationship with power. On one hand, they desperately want some power. Watching the pups in “Paw Patrol” go on a mission or the trains in “Thomas” being useful allows them to feel as though they too have an important role to play.
On the other hand, children take comfort in the idea that someone is in charge. To them, Ryder isn’t a megalomaniac, and Sir Topham Hatt of “Thomas” isn’t a neocolonial autocrat. They’re just the guys delegating responsibilities to their eager inferiors. And the fact that these leaders, both white males, look like most figures in position of authority in the real world is not lost on children.
Ding, ding, ding!
Didn’t take long to get the Fu#king White Male bit surfacing – in the minds of most Jews, it lies just beneath the surface.
Because you see, by targeting the youngest among our people, more damage can be inflicted than anything hurled at full-grown adults – even college indoctrination pales in comparison to what can be done with toddlers just learning to speak, move about, and interact with others.
Be very careful with what you just read – it may seem insane now, but in a few more years, this will be the mainstream if current trends continue.
And in case you were wondering, voting GOP is going to do nothing to stem the tide.