How Low Can They Go? Netflix Launches Child Pornography Film
Sept. 12, 2020 (EIRNS)—Netflix released a film called “Cuties,” paying 11-year-old girls to act as pornographic objects, provoking outrage around the world. “Cuties” is straight kiddie porn, with the girls humping the stage and rubbing their crotches to erotic music as part of the “story.” Tulsi Gabbard has joined with many others in demanding that the DOJ bring charges against Netflix. Reps. Tom Cotton and Jim Banks also demanded DOJ action, while a “#CancelNetflix” campaign is spreading. About 1 million people have signed a petition demanding it be removed from Netflix.
Cotton told the Daily Caller: “There’s no excuse for the sexualization of children,” Cotton said, “and Netflix’s decision to promote the film ‘Cuties’ is disgusting at best and a serious crime at worst. I urge the Department of Justice to take action against Netflix for their role in pushing explicit depictions of children into American homes.
“As a father of young daughters, I find it sickening. Not only is this movie fodder for pedophiles, it encourages very young girls to defy their parents’ wishes and share pornographic images of themselves with strangers,” Banks said.
Gabbard said the film would “whet the appetite for pedophiles” and “help fuel the child sex trafficking trade” while slamming the streaming service as “complicit.”
Netflix is owned mostly by hedge funds and investment firms, headed by Capital Research, Vanguard, Fidelity, T. Rowe Price, and BlackRock.
In 2018, Barack and Michelle Obama signed a contract to produce films for Netflix. The two produced so far were a documentary on a Chinese firm in the U.S., showing the Chinese owners in a very bad light, and a documentary on Michelle Obama herself, perhaps intended to prepare for a run for the presidency. What does she think of the kiddie porn show? one might ask.