The Cuties thread

fokker

Pelican
Decided to create a thread for Cuties-related discussion specifically, to avoid clogging up the Clown World thread.

Turkey has decided to ban Cuties on the grounds of child exploitation:


Say what you want about Erdogan, but that's one good decision he's made.
 
In case you were wondering about the producer Sylvain de Zangroniz. I screenshotted this for a post I made on a different forum (I'm not crossposting the whole post, just this picture) in case Wikipedia decided to deep-six it, which of course they did. Google even deep-sixed the cached web link https://webcache.googleusercontent....ylvain_de_Zangroniz+&cd=4&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=ch





That name Zangro, assuming Wiktionary is accurate, translates as......"ham (meat from the thigh of quadrapeds)" in the Galician language. https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/zangro

You can't make s**t up.
 

fokker

Pelican
Speaking of the Left, I wonder what the more sensible Leftists, such as Roger Waters, George Galloway and Caitlin Johnstone, would have to say.
 
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Teedub

Crow
Gold Member
George Galloway low-key agrees with most of our positions. There are of course divergences but on LGBT, race hustlers (although he did partake a bit for votes back in the day), feminists, Israel, bankers, neocohenism - he's based.

RT on Sunday nights, check it out haha.
 
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BlastbeatCasanova

Kingfisher
My gf wanted to watch it to see what all the fuss was about and because I think she enjoys a little recreational outrage herself from time to time (she is very right-wing).

I think/hope that for a lot of normies it's a cold splash of water to the face and hopefully the beginning of a red pill awakening. The movie was at best cringe and uncomfortable; at worst it's straight up soft-core CP. It could have made its "statement" or whatever without so many lingering shots of of 11 year olds' butts and developing breasts, as well as the super sexualized dance routines.

I think the movie could have had a good message on how social media/the internet corrupts and sexualizes young girls and teaches them to be sexual objects to get what they want. It also comments on young girls sharing nudes (this stuff definitely happens in real life). Too many parents these days are way too flippant and indifferent about giving their young kids smart phones and full internet access - I think this is partly why you have so many children getting brainwashed into thinking they are trans (as well as getting into super deviant porn at a young age). The movie could have made a great commentary about these things but it's completely overshadowed by the sexing up of the young girls, and it feels more like that was why the movie was made. 0/10 stars from me
 

Days of Broken Arrows

Crow
Gold Member
Let me go on record as saying that I don't see "Cuties" as the problem per se. In a free society, people should be allowed to put out art that pushes boundaries.

The problem is that we no longer live in that society. We live in a constant state of censorship by tech/media/Hollywood/oligarchy. We live in Cancel Culture.

Heartiste's blog was removed from the Web. Mainstream authors like J.K. Rowling have gotten their books removed from bookstores and pseudo-conservatives like Ben Shapiro and Milo get banned from campuses. Countless people have lost jobs for wrongthink -- sometimes for petty things they didn't even know they did.

The concept of "mens rea" has gone out the window. Mens rea means that to truly commit a crime, you have to have intent. The professor at University of Southern California who just got "replaced" said a Chinese word people mistook for an English insult. There was no intent to offend. Yet look what happened to him.

Banning has become our way of life.

This is what makes "Cuties" so repulsive. It's the elites saying "We know what's best for you. We'll tell you what you're allowed to find offensive."

To summarize: It's offensive to be anti-tranny or a race realist or to give tips on picking up adult women. But it's NOT offensive to put 14-year-olds shaking their a*ses on the big screen.

Got that? It's called humiliating the populace by forcing them to like and believe things they don't actually like or believe. It's what they did in the old Soviet Union.

Comrade.
 

Goni

Robin
Decided to create a thread for Cuties-related discussion specifically, to avoid clogging up the Clown World thread.

Turkey has decided to ban Cuties on the grounds of child exploitation:


Say what you want about Erdogan, but that's one good decision he's made.
Erdogan has its flaws but the average westerner that has no idea about other countries, is not well read on politics or history, is not aware of the international spider web that controls his country, is not able to judge Erdogan or Turkey.

The average Breitbart reader is just a cannon fodder for example.

I do not agree with some of his Islamist narratives, trying to upgrade the status of Ottoman Empire and Ottomanism ( which some of the Turkish Patriots don't like it because many Ottoman elites compossed of Balkan muslims and Pashas living in Constantinople used the word " turk" as an offensive terminology) or whatever but in the end there 100+ orthodox churches in Istanbul and he made Turkey a sovereign nation.

Since its establishment as a nation state in 1921 (according to the 19th century ideas) Turkey is for the first time a true sovereign country from the Jewish tentacles.

Banning this movie proves this more.

And about the Ottoman Empire, I advise to people here to read books of true scientific historians , especially certified on Orient and Ottoman world, who are Jason Goodwin and George Gawrych.

I read some time ago " Tree of Jannisaries " and " The Crescent and the Eagle".

Very good books with the first involving literature also.
 

Goni

Robin
Let me go on record as saying that I don't see "Cuties" as the problem per se. In a free society, people should be allowed to put out art that pushes boundaries.

The problem is that we no longer live in that society. We live in a constant state of censorship by tech/media/Hollywood/oligarchy. We live in Cancel Culture.

Heartiste's blog was removed from the Web. Mainstream authors like J.K. Rowling have gotten their books removed from bookstores and pseudo-conservatives like Ben Shapiro and Milo get banned from campuses. Countless people have lost jobs for wrongthink -- sometimes for petty things they didn't even know they did.

The concept of "mens rea" has gone out the window. Mens rea means that to truly commit a crime, you have to have intent. The professor at University of Southern California who just got "replaced" said a Chinese word people mistook for an English insult. There was no intent to offend. Yet look what happened to him.

Banning has become our way of life.

This is what makes "Cuties" so repulsive. It's the elites saying "We know what's best for you. We'll tell you what you're allowed to find offensive."

To summarize: It's offensive to be anti-tranny or a race realist or to give tips on picking up adult women. But it's NOT offensive to put 14-year-olds shaking their a*ses on the big screen.

Got that? It's called humiliating the populace by forcing them to like and believe things they don't actually like or believe. It's what they did in the old Soviet Union.

Comrade.
I agree entirely with your comment but keep in mind that comparing west with Soviet Union is not very correct.

In early 1920s some degenerative ideas were imposed in Soviet Union but Stalin abolished them.

After all the Soviet Union supported family and was firmly anti gay.

In the end Hitler's 3rd Reich also imposed what people should do, but he upgraded the German society, cured it from endless diseases that sparked the nation since 1919 and made it a superpower.

The issue is that the international clique that rules the west wants to make us degenerated sheeps who will get replaced soon, not the dictatorship in itself.
 

estraudi

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Let me go on record as saying that I don't see "Cuties" as the problem per se. In a free society, people should be allowed to put out art that pushes boundaries.

The problem is that we no longer live in that society. We live in a constant state of censorship by tech/media/Hollywood/oligarchy. We live in Cancel Culture.

Heartiste's blog was removed from the Web. Mainstream authors like J.K. Rowling have gotten their books removed from bookstores and pseudo-conservatives like Ben Shapiro and Milo get banned from campuses. Countless people have lost jobs for wrongthink -- sometimes for petty things they didn't even know they did.

The concept of "mens rea" has gone out the window. Mens rea means that to truly commit a crime, you have to have intent. The professor at University of Southern California who just got "replaced" said a Chinese word people mistook for an English insult. There was no intent to offend. Yet look what happened to him.

Banning has become our way of life.

This is what makes "Cuties" so repulsive. It's the elites saying "We know what's best for you. We'll tell you what you're allowed to find offensive."

To summarize: It's offensive to be anti-tranny or a race realist or to give tips on picking up adult women. But it's NOT offensive to put 14-year-olds shaking their a*ses on the big screen.

Got that? It's called humiliating the populace by forcing them to like and believe things they don't actually like or believe. It's what they did in the old Soviet Union.

Comrade.
Don't remind me about Heatiste's blog, Brother. The way he eloquently smashed all over our cultures' degeneracy was always good for a laugh and a way to sharpen my debate skills with normies.

Obligatory "infograph" on cultural humiliation.

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Grey

Sparrow
Let me go on record as saying that I don't see "Cuties" as the problem per se. In a free society, people should be allowed to put out art that pushes boundaries.
Free artistry is a core of modern leftism. There is no reason people should be pushing boundaries arbitrarily, nor any reason to support or endorse ideas like 'rebel without a cause'.

Art to push boundaries is merely saying that you can engage in and promote perversion and get a free pass for calling it art.

No society banned art that pushed the boundaries of the beautiful, the sublime, or the innovative. Free artistry is for the ugly, the diabolical, and the perverse.

Because society refused to ban what is perverse, perversion took over, and perversion cannot tolerate the good. And that is why the good is being banned today.
 
I agree entirely with your comment but keep in mind that comparing west with Soviet Union is not very correct.

In early 1920s some degenerative ideas were imposed in Soviet Union but Stalin abolished them.

After all the Soviet Union supported family and was firmly anti gay.

In the end Hitler's 3rd Reich also imposed what people should do, but he upgraded the German society, cured it from endless diseases that sparked the nation since 1919 and made it a superpower.

The issue is that the international clique that rules the west wants to make us degenerated sheeps who will get replaced soon, not the dictatorship in itself.
Hitler turned Germany into an occultist genocidal dictatorship. That wasn't an upgrade from Weimar, it was even worse.
 

R.G.Camara

Woodpecker
The CEO of Netflix, the entire board of directors, the direct of the movie, and all the producers need to be arrested and convicted of child pornography and have the book thrown at them.

I've pointed out before how Hollywood has been trying to normalize pedophilia in varied films such as
  • Deadpool 2 (massive amounts of pedophilia jokes + child character has a running "gag" about shoving a pen up his anus)
  • Let the Right One In (10 year old-looking girl in long-term relationship with middle-aged man, and is the aggressor),
  • Kick-Ass: 12 year old girl is dressed like a sexual tart when a superhero in an outfit resembling Batgirl (who is a late teens/early 20s woman), and she swears like a sailor and otherwise acts like a mature woman.
Cuties is the next step. We need to push back. Hard. Sharia law can't come fast enough.

N.B. : the same child actress, Chloë Grace Moretz , played the child sex object in Let the Right One In and Kick-Ass.
 
The CEO of Netflix, the entire board of directors, the direct of the movie, and all the producers need to be arrested and convicted of child pornography and have the book thrown at them.

I've pointed out before how Hollywood has been trying to normalize pedophilia in varied films such as
  • Deadpool 2 (massive amounts of pedophilia jokes + child character has a running "gag" about shoving a pen up his anus)
  • Let the Right One In (10 year old-looking girl in long-term relationship with middle-aged man, and is the aggressor),
  • Kick-Ass: 12 year old girl is dressed like a sexual tart when a superhero in an outfit resembling Batgirl (who is a late teens/early 20s woman), and she swears like a sailor and otherwise acts like a mature woman.
Cuties is the next step. We need to push back. Hard. Sharia law can't come fast enough.

N.B. : the same child actress, Chloë Grace Moretz , played the child sex object in Let the Right One In and Kick-Ass.
The endgame of the sexual revolution is the legalization of sex between minors and adults via it's normalization in the media. Cuties is the latest example, but you can look back through decades worth of movies, tv shows, and music videos and see that's exactly what's going on. It's being done either by portrayals of sexual relations with adults through media such as Lolita and the examples you cited, the bombardment of adolescents with sexualized entertainment most prominently through popular music, and the introduction of children and parents to deviance through shows like Toddlers and Tiaras and Desmond is Amazing.

Also don't forget that notorious Salon article from a few years back about the open pedophile Todd Nickerson.

Child marriage is pretty common in the Islamic world so I wouldn't pray for Sharia.
 
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