Disney’s Dirty Censorship Tricks – Uptights Despoil Kids Of Fun!


Well, maybe two generations, or more.

 

One of our favourite characters in The Little Mermaid was Sebastian The Crab, and when we left the cinema many years ago, we all sang together on the train going home, ‘Isn’t it better, down where it’s wetter, under the sea..’

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Sebastian's Caribbean Jamboree

Sebastian’s Caribbean Jamboree (1991 Video)

This is an astounding story of how Disney uptights have been censoring their best kid films for years.

The new Disney Plus entertainment streaming platform launched Tuesday, but its trigger warnings …for the older movies’ “outdated cultural depictions.” The older movies include “Pinocchio,” “Dumbo,” “Fantasia,” “Lady and the Tramp,” “The Aristocats,” and “The Jungle Book,” which have all previously faced criticisms for racist imagery, stereotypes, and more.

Sebastian is one of the many smeared, and another fish named Blackfish, who, disgracefully, has ‘very full lips!’

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..And did you know that ..

Fantasia,” according to some people, creates “gendered expectations” for men and women.

What are ‘gendered expectations!?

That a person with male organs is a man?

But it’s not just warnings.

Disney freakos have actually censored Aladdin, not for Justin Turdo-type concerns about how brown the hero is….

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..but cutting the line ‘if they don’t like your face, they cut off your ear’ has been excised, for fear off offending ISIS, presumably.

What about those terrible racist Siamese Cats, who disgustingly sing with an exaggerated, stereotypical Asian accent?

‘The Aristocats’ is listed  ( because they mention ‘fortune cookies’ – God forbid people think fortune cookies are peculiarly an Asian phenomenon) in the absurd ‘trigger alerts…’

…but really.

”..Pinocchio,” “Dumbo,” “Fantasia,” “Lady and the Tramp,” “The Aristocats,” and “The Jungle Book?”

as if anyone except drooling pinko cretins could find offence in any of those fine films

I still sing ‘Isn’t it better, down where it’s wetter’ from time to time, and, yes, we sang it all the way home from the cinema all those years ago, our hate-instincts triggered by the delightful Sebastian.