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  • ross1948 08:56 on October 17, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: ’racist’ warnings, , , Disney censorship, , , , Piyah Sinha-Roy, We Are Siamese If You Please’   

    Dimwit Disney Grovel – BBC Suppresses All Dissent! 


     

     

     

     

     

     

    We Are Siamese, If You Please!

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    Remember those cats who sidled across the screen?

    None of us who enjoyed that old cartoon film gave a monkey’s about whether or not the depiction of imaginary felines from Thailand were ‘racist’ or not, nor would any normal person today.

    But we are living in the ‘New Abnormal…’

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    ….when uppity whiners call the shots and anyone who dissents becomes a non-person, whose views are considered unworthy of a hearing.

     That was the clear message we got from UK Pravda this morning, Jakarta time 8am, when that little bigot…

    BBC’s Lefty Reynolds’ Loaded Lesbos Questions! !

    James Reynolds

    BBC Bluster Can’t Hide Truth – U.S ‘Non-Partisan’ Left Exposed! 

    …who looks like a third form swot, ‘interviewed’ – i.e. chorused with –  a certain Jazz Tangcay of Variety magazine.

    She was rejoicing at how the once respected entertainment industry, in the form of the Disney film empire, has attached ‘health warnings’ to various classic movies…

    • Lady and the Tramp (1955): Two Siamese cats, Si and Am, are depicted with anti-Asian stereotypes. There is also a scene at a dog pound where heavily-accented dogs all portray the stereotypes of the countries their breeds are from – such as Pedro the Mexican Chihuahua, and Boris the Russian Borzoi
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    • The Aristocats (1970): A Siamese cat called Shun Gon, voiced by a white actor, is drawn as a racist caricature of an Asian person. He plays the piano with chopsticks
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    • Peter Pan (1953): The film refers to Native people as “redskins”, a racist slur. Peter and the Lost Boys also dance in headdresses, which Disney now says is a “form of mockery and appropriation of Native peoples’ culture and imagery”. A song originally called “What makes the red man red” was also decried as racist – it was later renamed as “What makes the brave man brave”
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    …in which..

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    ’….RACIST’ representations – yes, including those Siamese cats and other enjoyable songs and scenes from grand old Disney cartoon movies, cannot be viewed without a dose of uptight scolding!

    I’m 100% sure that millions of people agree with my contempt for Disney’s insulting attachments, but rather than simply tell us the news…

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    ….the BBC felt obliged, eager, one should say, to give ‘Jazz’ a platform to say how overdue all this idiotic ‘anti-racist’ cr-p really, really is!

    You’d think that if some attempt is made by any authority  or institution to impose major change on how people think…

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    …that even basic principles of fair play would demand that CRITICS of the brain-wash scheme be offered an opportunity to speak up.

    Yet the BBC did not let us hear ANY voice of dissent!

    Only whiney Jazz, who probably thinks not enough brain-washing has yet been implemented…

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    …and I suspect she will get her wish.

    No hope of a hearing for dissenters from Disney’s idiotic ‘anti-racist warning’ policy?

    Ooops!

    PS  Stop Press

    Just an hour later, they had an alternative point of view! 

    NOT!

    An extremist named Piyah Sinha-Roy was on, telling us not enough is being done! That tit Reynolds yapped along, urging on her rant, no effort made to suggest Disney’s deplorable action might, just might, be wrong!

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    Defund the Biased Broadcasting Cabal!

     
  • ross1948 11:01 on June 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , , Comedy PC ban, Disney censorship,   

    Vote! ‘Amen’ To PC Censorship?’ Embley’s BBC Bias! 


    A repulsive ranting black lesbian ( that’s not racist – I say a lot worse about horrid white sexually maladjusted women) named Gina Yashire…

     

     

     

     

     

     

    ….was on BBC with Commissar Embley at 10.15am Thursday, Jakarta time, tantrum-jabbering about the latest cultural marxist censorship of good old TV series…

    Why Little Britain and Come Fly With Me were removed from streaming services. Pictures: BBC

    Both series – which star David Walliams and Matt Lucas – have come under fire recently because of the use of blackface in some sketches…

    Come under fire?

    And from whom?

    Only from uptight leftists, like Yashere, and Embley, who not only did NOT invite anyone onto the propaganda show to disagree with Uppity’s dictatorial demand that whatever her BLM crowd doesn’t like…

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    …regardless of its immensely humorous quality, should be denied to normal people…

    …but concluded his ‘interview’ with the ranter with these words.

    Amen To That!’

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    On whose behalf is Embley purporting to ‘amen’ her frantic, frothing, fanatic intolerance?

    Fortunately, unlike the BBC, one local newspaper in the UK is offering YOU a chance to speak.

    https://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/18509229.bbcs-little-britain-come-fly-removed-iplayer-netflix/

     

    Use the poll, now, in case it too is banned!

     
    • JazPen 11:54 on June 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I saw that. That lesbian woman is not quite right in the head.
      Those were funny tv shows, not at all offensive.
      I am about to follow that link and vote.

      Like

    • Charlie Platten 12:37 on June 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Thanks, Ross.
      I just voted and it’s 90% for comedy against 10% for BBC censorship. In one town, but until proven otherwise, assume the same for the rest of the country, except for odd-ball areas like Islington and maybe some university cities full of brain-washed undergraduates.

      You should have used more from that Swindon newspaper, like how the crumb who used to star in the show made a ‘tearful apology for portraying black celebrities..’

      What did you call Bojo? Oh yes..

      Jellyfish everywhere these days!

      What does the BBC say –

      Times have changed since Little Britain first aired, so it is not currently available on BBC iPlayer.”
      Pure ideological censorship.

      Those shows were pretty funny.

      In Come Fly With Me – Lucas wore dark make-up to play Jamaican woman Precious and ground crew employee Taaj, who was of Pakistani descent.’
      The twit has since said ‘he has regrets about Little Britain, describing the comedy as “cruel”.’

      What’s cruel about making us laugh?

      It isn’t only the race hsng-ups, either.

      He told The Big Issue: “If I could go back and do Little Britain again, I wouldn’t make those jokes about transvestites…’

      OMG!
      What else can we do about transvestites?

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  • ross1948 06:51 on December 30, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Disney censorship, indecent assault., ,   

    Whatever Happened To Indecent Assault? 


    Walt Disney World employees who portray Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck each filed police reports this month claiming they were inappropriately touched by tourists.

    But if you read on, you’ll see that the above is inaccurate reporting.

    For despite our having pointed out, months ago, how inappropriate it is to mealy-mouth accusations of indecent assault by the absurd euphemism ‘inappropriate…’

    Inappropriate?’ Surely Emma Told Groper – ‘Drop Dead, Sleaze-Ball…’ 

    …both Disney and the Guardian, among many others, persist with this misuse!

At risk of up-kilting?

The woman inside the Mickey Mouse costume went to the hospital with neck injuries caused by a grandmother patting the character’s head, while the employees wearing the Minnie Mouse and Donald Duck costumes were groped by tourists, according to Orange county sheriff’s office reports.  https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/dec/27/disney-world-employees-inappropriate-touching-tourists

A New Year Resolution for the media – use Plain English!

Groping is NOT ‘inappropriate touching!’

It is indecent assault.

 
  • ross1948 10:46 on November 14, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Disney censorship, , , Sebastian the Crab, Siamese Cats, trigger warnings   

    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.

     https://www.theblaze.com/news/disney-plus-trigger-warnings-for-old-movies

    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.

     

     
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