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#occult #symbology #code #octocode #octoring #octogate #octowood #octozone #octogon #octogone #octo #octagonocto01.png
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Aero

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if you’re ok with the collateral damage, that’s your thing. Other people realize that such methods really are unnecessary and serve no real productive purpose.
No, I don’t think there will be any real change because the efforts for “change” ride the fence. They are hypocritical in nature. They start a fire then soothe the flames by directing the conversation elsewhere...children aren’t being saved by this, if that’s really the purpose of the movie. Its naive to think so, yes.
Most people, if anyone, don’t need a movie about an oppressed 11 yr old Islamic girl learning how to be seductive to tell them to protect their children..it doesn’t even make sense. There’s very obviously an agenda here. It is what it is.
It's true I've always accepted a certain amount of collateral damage. And there's nothing wrong with your position. I'm just trying to go beyond it, and see some different angles. Sometimes you have to really look for a silver lining.

I don't think Cuties was needed. I think that scandals are necessary though.
 






Tikawanda

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I haven't seen it nor do I have any plans to since I don't want the FBI to break down my door, but I've seen some screen-shots and the movie looks horrendous. It's just an excuse to normalize paedophilia, under the guise of the movie being an exposé about the subject.
 






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I haven't seen it nor do I have any plans to since I don't want the FBI to break down my door, but I've seen some screen-shots and the movie looks horrendous. It's just an excuse to normalize paedophilia, under the guise of the movie being an exposé about the subject.
I think the bigger issue lies in whether or not the message gets through.

When you're looking at media from a critical lens, you're not looking at it from the same sort of view point as someone watching it just to watch it... You're trying to find a deeper meaning... The casual viewer isn't always doing that. I mean, Robocop was a movie specifically designed to critique a lot of the things that people loved about it... Because Joe Blow didn't see it something mocking the hyper-violent vigilante cop narrative... But just another movie like it.

I don't doubt that the writer and director might have had good intents... But what studios and publishers can do to your production, just through adverising can change the meaning.
 






OctoZone

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Sorry, I’m dumb. What does this mean exactly?
No, your not dumb at all......Your asking the right questions............!

I have actually posted a detailed Thread about what 'Octo Ring' is, but appartantly its waiting for 'Approval' from the Forum administrator? So either it has not been read/approved yet or it has and it is been blocked/censored? Also sent a communication through website contact page, but no response yet. Why it is so difficult to post on this Forum?

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Either way this is ground breaking new research that needs to get out there. Perhaps as a Veteran of the Forum you can shed some light on how to actually get Threads posted or even help me to post it?? I have sent you a private message with a copy of the Thread I tried to post. However, for those who are interested, this is what the 'OCTO RING' is. Spread the word.

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http://www.octozone.is/the_octo_ring_model.html

There is so much good stuff we want to post. We await in anticipation......................
 






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LA Times reporting today it represents 'feminism' :rolleyes: https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/movies/story/2020-09-18/cuties-netflix-not-what-i-expected-female-rage

LA Times also in diff piece has NETFLIX CEO defending it- says it's 'misunderstood.' :rolleyes:

WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT FOR LA TIMES TO DEFEND THIS. Smh.
 






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@Stephania
Ahhh, sweet. Good find.
Wonder how many bottles deep, and "special awards" she received for writing that wonderfully insightful, little gem.
Even more adorable that she mentioned her own child in the article. What a good Mom!
In her view, the film (of scum) was a coming of age piece about a tweenagers self discovery and realization of her own place and value in society.
Never mind all the indecent half naked scenes where prepubescent/early pubescent children are jiggling and gyrating on camera for uncomfortably long periods of time.
See, its laxxed and permissive attitudes about these motifs that set the stage for p***philia and lowered age of consent.
The article says to the community:
"hey I, a MOTHER, am OK with this film, why aren't you?"
She might as well have said to her daughter "hey honey, do you want to start dressing and dancing like these girls, too?" "You know, I'm totally ok with that!" "You know that 35 year old man down the road, well he told me the other day he "liked you", maybe I can set you two up on a date?!"
Wow. Just wow.
*Shudder*
Teach the children- hey its liberating to dance and dress up and move your body in enticing and alluring ways!
Say to your tweens- hey I know this is an awkward and unpredictable age, but lets add even more confusing ideas to your already uncertain developing mind that you cannot possibly understand the underlying meaning and intent of behind your actions.

I don't see how this is empowering, at all.

Let kids be kids.
"Kid" phase, is what, 10-14 years?
People live for an average of 75-80, years?
What's 10-14 years?
Blink of an eye.
Sex will be there waiting (when they grow up)....
Like the horrible, ravenous beast, that it is.
Lol!
 






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Red Sky at Morning

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Netflix subscriptions plummeted and cancellations increased by 800% after the release of controversial French film Cuties, analytics firm reveals

  • Streaming giant Netflix announced weak third quarter earnings earlier this week
  • Company added just 2.2 million global subscribers, falling short of expectations
  • Two analytics firms said cancellations surged after release of French film Cuties
  • Cuties, which debuted on September 9, is about 11-year-old girls' dance troupe
  • The group learns sexualized choreography in preparation for dance competition
  • Director denies claims that the movie promotes 'hyper-sexualization of children'
  • Film's release sparked anger as well as calls for a boycott of streaming service
  • A Texas grand jury indicted Netflix for 'broadcasting lewd material' in the state
  • Republican and Democratic lawmakers demanded Netflix remove the film


 






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