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NETFLIX SHOW. CUTIES.. see to believe. New lows
08-24-2020, 05:02 PM
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I def. think there are massive pedo rings in the govt and that is probably the blackmail instrument of choice to keep people in line.
I'm just not sure if COMET PIZZA was the real base of operations.
Pizzagate to me seemed like a 'PROTO-Q' type of thing. after that fizzled out, the same guys moved onto Q.

and you still see similar fishy psyops like WAYFAIR which is to me patently ridiculous.

PG could be real, but now we have the benefit of hindsight and i'm asking questions about it. Like I said it seemed to form the foundation of Q.
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08-24-2020, 05:05 PM
Post: #32
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back to this CUTIE show thing.

the conservatives are doing nothing to get this show banned
heck I think most liberals, esp. ones with Kids prob don't like this show either.

they are trying to make it look like people are pissed off at the artwork. I never heard people bashing the artwork, I heard people bashing the whole thing and the subject matter.

this CUTIE thing may be a type of outrage marketing as well as some type of desensitization conditioning.. where you keep introducing more and more blatant shit to get people to stop caring about said issue.

I know what these people are doing.. but apparently most people don't.

teh entire CT community has been TRANSMOGRIFIED BEYOND BELIEF.
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08-24-2020, 05:28 PM
Post: #33
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(08-24-2020 05:02 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  I def. think there are massive pedo rings in the govt and that is probably the blackmail instrument of choice to keep people in line.
I'm just not sure if COMET PIZZA was the real base of operations.
Pizzagate to me seemed like a 'PROTO-Q' type of thing. after that fizzled out, the same guys moved onto Q.

and you still see similar fishy psyops like WAYFAIR which is to me patently ridiculous.

PG could be real, but now we have the benefit of hindsight and i'm asking questions about it. Like I said it seemed to form the foundation of Q.

I don't think it was the base of operations.

Just a small part of a network of people who are into pedophelia.

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08-24-2020, 05:39 PM
Post: #34
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(08-24-2020 05:05 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  back to this CUTIE show thing.

the conservatives are doing nothing to get this show banned
heck I think most liberals, esp. ones with Kids prob don't like this show either.

they are trying to make it look like people are pissed off at the artwork. I never heard people bashing the artwork, I heard people bashing the whole thing and the subject matter.

this CUTIE thing may be a type of outrage marketing as well as some type of desensitization conditioning.. where you keep introducing more and more blatant shit to get people to stop caring about said issue.

I know what these people are doing.. but apparently most people don't.

teh entire CT community has been TRANSMOGRIFIED BEYOND BELIEF.

But this got green light.

Why and how?

You get a lot of people like James Alefantis is in high places and this is the kind of stuff that will get a green light.

Pizzagate and the people involved are a microcosm of a larger movement concerning normalizing the sexualization of children.

It's not shocking to me that some weirdos in the industry were turned on by creating this show.

What's shocking is that it was allowed to created and marketed without a lot of people at Netflix realizing it was a bad idea.

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08-24-2020, 06:14 PM
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Quote:The 11-year-old girls in Cuties—a French Netflix film that premiered at Sundance Film Festival on Thursday night—have a tentative grasp on the concept of sex. They theorize that oral sex involves a man’s penis filling up a woman’s entire body, and they know that condoms have something to do with AIDS, but they’re not quite sure what. But what they know with certainty is that sexuality is a girl’s key to attention and power. And they know that power is something they want.

From French writer/director Maïmouna Doucouré—whose short film, Maman(s), was named best short at Sundance, Toronto and at the Césars in 2017—Cuties (titled Mignonnes in French) is a coming-of-age film that will speak volumes to anyone who has lived through the agonizingly confusing time that is girlhood. At yet, at the same time, the story tells feels specific and personal.

https://decider.com/2020/01/23/cuties-su...w-netflix/
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08-24-2020, 06:16 PM
Post: #36
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coming of age is fine.. and Kids do think about some of these matters.

the problem is the TWERKING. how many kids are into twerking? Is that a healthy expression of the "coming of age" period

this seems like CORRUPTION OF INNOCENT SOULS
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08-24-2020, 06:17 PM
Post: #37
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Quote:No, Netflix is not promoting pedophilia with 'Cuties'
By Kara Weisenstein
Aug. 21, 2020

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Here’s the thing about online outrage: it’s rarely nuanced. When a horde of enraged people decide a person, place, thing, or concept ought to be “cancelled,” there’s little room for more measured voices to pipe up and say, “Well actually, I think there’s been a misunderstanding here, guys.” This week, tons of people are angry with Netflix for promoting Cuties, a critically-acclaimed French film that won awards at Sundance, because the film deals with themes of pre-teen sexuality. All the hand-wringing about Netflix promoting pedophilia is completely missing the point, however.


The initial outrage over Cuties began with people taking offense to the poster Netflix used to promote the film in the US, which depicts its four young stars posing provocatively in skimpy dance outfits. To be fair, the art made Cuties look more like Toddlers & Tiaras than a hard-hitting drama about the impact of sexual imagery on young girls’ identities. The harsh criticism prompted Netflix to pull the controversial poster and issue an apology, noting the photo "was not an accurate representation of the film.”

But a movement to scrub Cuties from Netflix altogether has gained major traction in the last 24 hours, with more than 45,000 people backing a Change.org petition that alleges the film sexualizes children “for the viewing pleasure of pedophiles.”

That couldn’t be further from the point of the film, according to director Maimouna Doucouré, who has explained that Cuties is intended to highlight how social media pushes girls to mimic sexualized imagery without understanding why they’re doing so or the dangers involved.

"Today, the sexier and the more objectified a woman is, the more value she has in the eyes of social media. And when you're 11, you don't really understand all these mechanisms, but you tend to mimic, to do the same thing as others in order to get a similar result,” Doucouré told CineEuropa. "I think it is urgent that we talk about it, that a debate be had on the subject."

https://www.mic.com/p/no-netflix-is-not-...s-32004252
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08-24-2020, 06:19 PM
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08-24-2020, 06:21 PM
Post: #39
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the lies are just impossible to keep up at this point.

Sundance is NWO. straight up
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08-24-2020, 06:53 PM
Post: #40
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(08-24-2020 06:17 PM)Redneck Wrote:  
Quote:No, Netflix is not promoting pedophilia with 'Cuties'
By Kara Weisenstein
Aug. 21, 2020

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Here’s the thing about online outrage: it’s rarely nuanced. When a horde of enraged people decide a person, place, thing, or concept ought to be “cancelled,” there’s little room for more measured voices to pipe up and say, “Well actually, I think there’s been a misunderstanding here, guys.” This week, tons of people are angry with Netflix for promoting Cuties, a critically-acclaimed French film that won awards at Sundance, because the film deals with themes of pre-teen sexuality. All the hand-wringing about Netflix promoting pedophilia is completely missing the point, however.


The initial outrage over Cuties began with people taking offense to the poster Netflix used to promote the film in the US, which depicts its four young stars posing provocatively in skimpy dance outfits. To be fair, the art made Cuties look more like Toddlers & Tiaras than a hard-hitting drama about the impact of sexual imagery on young girls’ identities. The harsh criticism prompted Netflix to pull the controversial poster and issue an apology, noting the photo "was not an accurate representation of the film.”

But a movement to scrub Cuties from Netflix altogether has gained major traction in the last 24 hours, with more than 45,000 people backing a Change.org petition that alleges the film sexualizes children “for the viewing pleasure of pedophiles.”

That couldn’t be further from the point of the film, according to director Maimouna Doucouré, who has explained that Cuties is intended to highlight how social media pushes girls to mimic sexualized imagery without understanding why they’re doing so or the dangers involved.

"Today, the sexier and the more objectified a woman is, the more value she has in the eyes of social media. And when you're 11, you don't really understand all these mechanisms, but you tend to mimic, to do the same thing as others in order to get a similar result,” Doucouré told CineEuropa. "I think it is urgent that we talk about it, that a debate be had on the subject."

https://www.mic.com/p/no-netflix-is-not-...s-32004252

Holy Gobbledygook!

Kind of like when somebody gets caught putting something in their pocket at a store, and then proceeds to try and explain how they weren't trying to steal it.

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08-24-2020, 06:57 PM
Post: #41
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it's so outrageous.
SO OUTRAGEOUS
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08-24-2020, 07:10 PM
Post: #42
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Does the director of "Cuties" portray the parents opposing the behavior as concerned and caring parents or as conniving villains?

Nobody is saying it's not "art". The art community is filled with maps and pedos.

Thank God we have Kara Weisenstein to assure us that there's nothing to be alarmed about and it's actually good movie.
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08-24-2020, 07:20 PM
Post: #43
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i think in addition it seems to be an attack on traditional muslim parenting.
That's the thing about the liberal nwo agenda, they want everyone to convert to the white liberal view of the world.

i'm guessing the story is about a muslim girl with strict parents and she defies her parents by joining a twerking contest. and probably by the end they are proud of her newfound twerking hobby.
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08-24-2020, 07:20 PM
Post: #44
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(08-24-2020 06:16 PM)pug-thug Wrote:  coming of age is fine.. and Kids do think about some of these matters.

the problem is the TWERKING. how many kids are into twerking? Is that a healthy expression of the "coming of age" period

this seems like CORRUPTION OF INNOCENT SOULS

I've always liked coming of age stories.

But back in my day, that meant being young and seeing your parents get divorced.

Or falling in love for the first time and having your heart broken.

I'm not sure what type of coming of age story this is but it's not quite the same thing.

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08-24-2020, 07:22 PM
Post: #45
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i was referring to the movie KIDS by harmony korine.
this cuties does not seem to be the same thing.

Twerking is an overtly sexual dance practice.

also the main purpose is to inflame the masses. most people don' tlike this film. not even liberals
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