Tuesday, July 31, 2012

New Disney Cartoon Scares the "Stuffins" out of Me

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.


Bre said...

I'm wondering if what is "spine-chilling" about this cartoon is not the triangle and star-shaped pillows but the fact that the little black girl is pretending to be a doctor like her mother.

Wendy Haught said...

The pillows are not in the least spine-chilling to me. They just let me know that this cartoon could have ties to the New World Order agenda, which includes rounding people up in detention camps. It was the work bench and tools that were spine-chilling to me. I have no concerns whatsoever about the girl becoming a doctor. I don't even understand what point you are trying to make.