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HORRID genocide depicted- NOT for children
January 14, 2020
Unless you want your children to see a very real genocide of innocents. The trouble with Disney has always been the same: their movies always go too far in portraying true evil. I wouldn't want my little children to see such awful things. The evil human queen (white, industrialized, pretty and rich in worldly goods) has determined that she must take natural resources by force- even if it means murdering the sweetest, kindest, most gorgeous innocent woodland creatures to do so. Even though they have never made war with her. Even though she never bothered to try diplomacy. She digs up the burial ground of the fairies, literally stealing their souls (contained in the flowers that grow above their graves) and uses them to create a murderous powder. The worst thing about this powder is that it turns adorable plant fairies into the kinds of plants we see today. For example, a cute dandelion fairy immediately become a real dandelion- its essence is murdered by the powder. Somehow, the 'poof' that happens when this murderous red powder hits the poor creatures and the subsequent stillness and lifelessness of the real world dandelion is more devastating than watching a creature actually killed. It was horrible for me to watch, let alone a small child who will certainly love these fairies. The liberal, progressive message is clear: Human beings are an inevitable, evil plague that ever beset Mother Earth. All the innocence, all the beauty, all the charm and all the magic of the world will be plummeted into darkness by us. Only the smallest elite of human beings can rise above the rest of the drudges and 'see' that only by preserving Mother Earth can the world be a peace. Good people are helpless in the face of these white demons- natural forces just sit as helpless victims. We also see the not-so-subliminal Freemason messaging in the Rise of the Phoenix. The Phoenix represents the rise of Freemasonry to rule the world. Lastly, we see that true evil, in the form of Maleficent, is actually misunderstood. Her Baphomet Horns represent satan- they are seen on ugly, satanic goat demons in reality. The original Maleficent cartoon was a completely opposite storyline than this retelling. Maleficent was truly evil- she did curse and ultimately kill Aurora. She tries to kill the prince, and eventually turns into a Dragon, not a Phoenix. The Prince impales her heart with the Sword of Truth and she is eventually destroyed. I find it amazing that Disney could call this ridiculous 'retelling' the same story. Message: Evil is just misunderstood- it's actually just a natural phenomena, unjustly defamed by white, rich people. It seems that Disney has fallen to Progressivism like most of Hollywood. This is not a message I care to give my children. There really is evil- and it lies within the heart of every person. But so does the divine. It is 100% within our choice to rise above evil and do good in this world. I prefer the idea of the Sword of Truth destroying the heart of evil. They should have stuck with the original story.