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New Joe Biden Campaign Ad Released

Posted on | August 20, 2020 | 3 Comments


Oh, wait . . . that’s not the headline?

Netflix accused of promoting pedophilia
with ‘Cuties’ film about children ‘twerking’

Who owns Netflix? Who are the executives at Netflix? Can somebody check and see whether these executives have donated to Democrats? Because I’m pretty sure Republicans are against this slime show:

Netflix recently released the trailer for an upcoming film called Cuties — a French film that hyper-sexualizes 11-year-old girls as they form a twerking dance crew. A petition was kicked off shortly after the trailer was released that has, at the time of this writing, reeled in just shy of 28,000 signatures.
The trailer shows an 11-year-old protagonist grappling with wanting to join a twerking crew while balancing what appears to be a culturally conservative home life. The film seems to depict the protagonist stealing money, sneaking around, and experiencing the faux fame that comes with girls exposing their bodies on social media.
The film was initially released on January 23 at the Sundance Film Festival, competing in the World Cinema Dramatic Competition sector, and winning the Dramatic Jury Award.

Oh, it’s a French film? Of course, “French” and “pedophile” are more or less synonymous. The French can’t imagine why puritanical Americans have a problem with Roman Polanski raping a 13-year-old.

In 1977, a petition was addressed to the French parliament calling for the abrogation of several articles of the age of consent law and the decriminalization of all consensual relations between adults and minors below the age of fifteen (the age of consent in France). A number of French intellectuals — including such prominent names as Louis Aragon, Michel Foucault, Jean-Paul Sartre, Jacques Derrida, Louis Althusser, Roland Barthes, Simone de Beauvoir, Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, Michel Leiris, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Philippe Sollers, Jacques Rancière, Jean-François Lyotard, Francis Ponge, Bernard Besret and various prominent doctors and psychologists — signed the petition. In 1979 two open letters were published in French newspapers defending individuals arrested under charges of statutory rape, in the context of abolition of age of consent laws.
Michel Foucault argued that children are able to give consent to sexual relations, saying that assuming “that a child is incapable of explaining what happened and was incapable of giving his consent are two abuses that are intolerable, quite unacceptable.”

The age of consent in France is 15, but “French intellectuals” wanted to abolish this law as “quite unacceptable,” quoth Professor Foucault. It is therefore no surprise that this perverse film originated in France, and that it is being promoted by the Democrat operatives at Netflix.


However, Republicans pounced and seized, causing an apology:

Netflix has issued a swift mea culpa after a strong backlash today around the marketing of its forthcoming release Cuties.
The largely well-received French-language pic won the World Cinema Dramatic Directing Award at Sundance this year. It follows Amy, an 11-year-old girl who joins a group of dancers named “The Cuties” at school and rapidly grows aware of her burgeoning femininity — upsetting her mother and her values. The film is rated 82% fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, and critics generally praised it for its handling of sensitive topics.
Netflix recently began promoting the movie ahead of its September 9 release on the platform. However, the accompany artwork has provoked a storm of online criticism, with many saying the poster sexualizes children. . . .
Netflix . . . apologized in a statement to Deadline: “We’re deeply sorry for the inappropriate artwork that we used for Cuties. It was not OK, nor was it representative of this French film which premiered at Sundance. We’ve now updated the pictures and description.”


Notice the spin here: Netflix is OK with 11-year-old French girls shaking their rumps as an expression of “burgeoning femininity” (praised by critics for “its handling of sensitive topics”), but what they apologized for is the “inappropriate artwork” of the preteen rump-shakers. So they’ll stream this perverted freak show to promote the Democratic agenda of prepubescent twerking, but they don’t want to offend anyone with the marketing of the “forthcoming release.” Excuse me while I vomit.

Ace asks the obvious question: “If that art isn’t representative of the film, where did it come from? Is it all just a pure photoshop?”

Oh, I decided to check — Netflix founder and CEO Reed Hastings is indeed a Democratic donor who, among his other contributions, gave $50,000 to the 2016 Hillary Clinton Victory Fund and is now helping Joe Biden, by promoting the 2020 Democrat agenda of sexy 11-year-olds.

“Netflix and ill.”

UPDATE: Ed Driscoll — who has the greatest memory of anyone in the blog racket — reminds us of France’s sordid history of high-culture pedophilia. Gabriel Matzneff was “a French literary darling” who openly boasted of having sex with minors. He wrote books on the subject, went from one 14-year-old girlfriend to another, and found time in between these liasons to have sex with young boys while on “sex tourism” journeys to the Philippines. Then last year one of Matzneff’s ex-girlfriends, Vanessa Springora, published a memoir detailing his abuse of her, and Matzneff was “cancelled,” as they say.

Thanks also to the commenter who called my attention to the 2007 French film Naissance des Pieuvres (“birth of the octopuses,” released as The Water Lilies in English), a creepy lesbian coming-of-age story. The director of that film, Céline Sciamma, is a feminist who evidently seduced the teenage star, Adèle Haenel. It was not until 2014 that Haenel “came out” as a lesbian in an award acceptance speech, thus making public her relationship with Sciamma, who is more than 10 years her senior. Then last year, Haenel accused director Christophe Ruggia of sexually harassing her from the ages of 12 to 15. Ruggia, who directed Haenel in her first film in 2002, was arrested earlier this year.

So apparently it is customary for film directors in France to have sex with the stars of their movies, no matter what age or gender, and I can hardly wait for the stories of behind-the-scene scandals about this new preteen twerking movie. Every adult involved should probably go to jail.



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