On the heels of our article on the onslaught of degeneracy in children’s entertainment comes Netflix once again. In this instance, we see a juvenile drawing of a penis in plain view in a cartoon for toddlers. The phallic depiction is located inside of a log during Season 1, Episode 35 of “Maya the Bee,” according to The Mirror. Even infamous “fact checker” Snopes gives this one a “True” rating.
We could (and do) report ad nauseam on this brand of skuldruggery. We would rather shift focus now to Pervert Justice Warrior (PJW) apologists, who literally brigaded the comment section of a story on this. Not one person is questioning why this phallic symbology was deliberately placed in a TV show for tots. Instead, they defend, joke, mock and make excuses for the penis. Incredibly, these PJWs engage in a frenzy of inverse-morality virtue-signalling, each outdoing the next to shout about how okay they are with it.
Here is one Luciferian attacking the woman who spotted and complained about the penis. Just wrap your head around this twisted, inverted, good-is-bad morality:
DV8_2XL: Frankly, knowing the show, I strongly doubt any kid that it would appeal to watching would have picked up on this. However one has to wonder about the mind-set of any adult woman that manifests such a hair-trigger sensitivity to penis images. A textbook Freudian response if there ever was one.
Another PJW degenerate, Melz2, mocks, “Oh no; a badly-drawn barely noticeable pictogram of a peen!”
We live in a time where hair-trigger sensitivity is the norm. The slightest perceived infraction has people throwing fits.
Another WTF PJW, Popobawa4u, adds: “Or – instead of overreacting, they could just leave it there and carry on with their lives. Cave drawings featured penises for many thousands of years – apparently without any harm resulting. So, let the mom be disgusted, it’s her problem. It’s not realistic to change the rendering of a whole scene in a show because one viewer doesn’t like it.”
Even some loyal regular readers may dismiss The New Nationalist’s (TNN) focus on Luciferian forces. But that’s how this spectacle manifests itself. These PJWs may not be satanists openly, but they endorse Luciferian inverted principles and, in most cases, without really knowing it. They dwell in a Luciferian mindset and world view. Thus, they are, at minimum, defacto Luciferians. As such, the term “untermenschen” also applies.
They aren’t up to even the minimal standards of a moral society that protects the young from predatory forces. There is a huge difference between what mature adults do sexually in private versus this public sexual grooming of children over the airwaves.
These Luciferian PJWs have no concept of that. Luciferian untermenschen are hyper-tolerant and are hyper-moral relativists. A Luciferian follows the Allister Crowley dictate, “Do what thou wilt.” This is evident in those comments.
PJWs Luciferians don’t get the big picture about the sexual and pedophile grooming of children. Children are easy targets of abusers, and this PJW chortling and mocking enables and normalizes that.
In a moral society that is fully awake to forces of evil, the “disgusted mom” is a heroine. In a contaminated Luciferian-based society, she is mocked. In a moral society, those who are outraged at XXXTentacions’ mock hanging of a white child are reinforced. In a Luciferian society, the video is upvoted 546,000 to 91,000 and the aforementioned twisted humor is fully manifested.
There are also those who aren’t fully infected with cultural Luciferianism who shake their heads, but they sit idly by doing nothing. Perhaps this reflects demoralization and fear of the evil? Regardless, everybody needs to take stock of themselves and get involved.
All decent, moral people need to get into the game. I myself am struggling with how. Confronting evil requires more than awareness — although that’s the starting point. It also requires competence. I’ve thrown out the concept of boycotts and voting with one’s wallet, but that doesn’t seem to inspire much collective response. I don’t have all the answers, but perhaps collectively we do.
The original book “The Adventures of Maya the Bee” is Illustrative
[Condensed from Wikipedia]
Ironically, the old suppressed version of “The Adventures of Maya the Bee” was a German book and comic-book series first written by Waldemar Bonsels and published in 1912. The book depicts Maya’s development from an adventurous youngster to a responsible adult member of bee society.
Maya is a bee born in a bee hive during internal unrest. Maya is raised by her teacher, Mrs. Cassandra. Despite Mrs. Cassandra’s warnings, Maya wants to explore the wide world and leaves the hive. During her adventures, Maya, now in exile, befriends other insects and braves dangers with them. In the climax of the book, Maya is taken prisoner by hornets, the bees’ sworn enemies.
Prisoner of the hornets, Maya learns of a hornet plan to attack her native hive. Maya is faced with the decision to either return to hive and suffer her due punishment, saving the hive, or leaving the plan unannounced, saving herself but destroying the hive. Maya, after pondering, makes the decision to return. In the hive, she announces the coming attack and is, totally unexpectedly, pardoned. The forewarned bees triumph over the hornet attack force. Maya, now a heroine of the hive, becomes a teacher, like Mrs. Cassandra, and shares her experiences and wisdom with the future generation.
At one point, Maya feels compelled to rail against the behaviors of untermenschen wasps, calling them “a useless gang of bandits” [Räubergeschlecht] that have no “home or faith” [Heimat und Glauben].