I never read the New York Times, but I decided to this morning just on a whim. As someone who has long been disturbed by the way Disney twists classic stories and promotes sexuality to children, this article about a Disney cartoon caught my interest. First, I studied the picture. I noticed several Masonic symbols. On the bed are two pillows. One is in the shape of a pyramid, and the other is a pentagram shape. There is an all-seeing eye right at the middle of the girl's stethoscope. In the background there is a table with the doctor's equipment. Take a few seconds and look at it. It's clearly a workbench with tools on a pegboard. My gut reaction was that this is about torture, not healing. On the second page is another picture of McStuffins toys for sale . On the top right corner of the package it says, "Doc really makes Lambie Talk". Spine-chilling. The doll says, "Time for your checkup!"
I have never seen the program. The points I made were based solely on the pictures in the article. For those readers who think I am imagining things and overreacting, here's a description of the show that you can feel good about:
Disney Junior’s “Doc McStuffins,” an imaginative animated series about a six-year-old girl who runs a clinic for stuffed animals and broken toys out of her backyard playhouse, was the #1 most-watched preschool series launch in cable TV history in Adults 18-49, which means moms and dads were tuning in and making sure their kids got to see the little female African-American doctor who was helping her stuff animals feel better about visiting their physician.