Excellent article by Mike King below plus video revealing the deranged mentality of jews that control our media.
Source: Slimes Promotes Filthy Shows Aimed at Middle School Girls http://tomatobubble.com/id1286.html
Veiled praise for the slow but steady march to sexualize children and normalize adult sex with them is now considered “news that is fit to print” (in a positive light) by the high and mighty “paper of record.” Milennial moron and author of this article Amanda Hess (cough cough not confirmed) is a demented, sex-obsessed “critic-at-large” for Sulzberger’s Slimes. Her own website — in its opening description — reveals to us what she is all about:
“Hey, I’m Amanda. I’ve reported on the internet, teenagers, gender, and sex for places like the New York Times Magazine, ESPN the Magazine, Elle, WIRED, and the Village Voice. Now I’m a critic-at-large at the New York Times.” (emphasis added)
Even by the perpetually declining intellectual and moral standards of the Slimes, this article about the ghoulish garbage now airing on Huluand Netflix is shocking to the senses because the matter-of-fact tone does not, in any way, condemn the airing of such shows aimed at middle school pre-teens.
1 & 2. Sex mad Amanda Hess writes approving reviews of the last child-sex filth to come out of Hulu and Netflix. // 3. The roughly 120 year old “Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion” spells it out:
“In countries known as progressive and enlightened we have created a senseless, filthy, abominable literature….their youth has grown stupid on classicism and from early immorality, into which it has been inducted by our special agents.”
The opening line of the article about the Hulu show titled, PEN15(penis, get it?!) can righty be described as a soft form of child pornography:
“It begins innocently enough. In the third episode of the Hulu comedy “PEN15,” the seventh grader Maya is playing with two My Little Pony dolls, mashing their pink plastic faces together in a fantasy make-out session, when her face flushes pink, too. For maybe the first time, she sticks a hand down her underwear, and for the remainder of the 30-minute episode, that hand rarely re-emerges. Suddenly Maya’s suburban middle school existence is pulsing with masturbation triggers: a pencil hole drilled into a purple eraser; a classmate’s ear hair; the curve of a sand dune in a nature documentary. A switch has flipped. Now everything is sex.” (emphasis added)
A quick bit of internet searching into “PEN15” turns up the names of the makers of this dangerous, soul-crushing filth being aimed at your daughters, grand-daughters. The ledger of “usual suspects” reads like the guest list at a frickin’ Bar Mitzvah!
- Creators: Maya Erskine (cough cough), Anna Konkle (cough cough) and Sam Zvibleman (cough cough)
- Executive Producers: Andy Samberg, (cough cough), Debbie Liebling (cough cough), Gabe Liedman (cough cough), Becky Sloviter (cough cough), Shelley Zimmerman (cough cough), Brin Lukens (cough cough) and Jordan Levin (cough cough).
- Producers: Jeremy Reitz, (cough cough), Scott Levine (cough cough)
Hulu’s “PEN15” isn’t the worst of it — not even close! Take a deep breath and get ready for what’s next — a Netflix cartoon show titled “Big Mouth” (get it?)! From the article:
“Big Mouth” is fashioned like a psychedelic coed sex-ed class, which is where the show begins. The first episode is about ejaculation; the second takes on menstruation. Though it is mostly about boys, the show smartly acknowledges that girls are experiencing analogous, if not precisely similar, issues. ….. The central conceit of “Big Mouth” — pubescent kids are visited by animated hormone monsters that goad them into furious masturbation, crude flirtation attempts and irrational outbursts.” (emphasis added)
Though a cartoon, “Big Mouth” bills cleverly itself as “adult animated comedy” — which is how the makers can get away with not being considered child abusers. And the Slimes sees nothing wrong with one of its writers positively reviewing such shows? Shall we do a bit of Googling to see who created this obscenity? Is it really even necessary? Let’s do it anyway:
Results: (from Wikipedia):
- Creators and Executive Producers: Nick Kroll (cough cough), Andrew Goldberg (cough cough), Mark Levin (cough cough), and Jennifer Flackett (cough cough — Levin’s wife)