- Jul 12, 2022
I actually wasn't specifically talking about The Last Unicorn. Just kids movies/stories/tv shows in general that have negative themes. The images I did see from the last unicorn did seem a bit creepy, though.Sure, but specifically for The Last Unicorn, I fail to see what symbolism it has that would not be appropriate for kids. It also isn't a terrifying movie - creepy in certain places, but far from inducing terror. Kids have to be exposed to a fuller spectrum of emotions, like I said, gently, so that they can navigate them and not be ruled by them. Shielding kids from every single "negative" thing will only make for a very fragile individual who will then actually have problems when confronting such themes in adulthood. For example the idea of mortality is definitely something that kids should be exposed to as they will inevitably be confronted with it, if by nothing else, than the idea that yes, their parents will eventually die - now that IS a terrifying thing for a kid and it needs to be confronted or the kid will have unresolved issues.
I get exposing kids to certain things so they grow and aren't scared of everything, but the media and illuminati purposely make things for kids that warps their minds. That's what this thread is for. It's all under mind control tactics. It especially doesn't help to see these things as kids if they have been abused and mistreated. That's the point of exposing these types of messages in media.