A disturbing theme seems to be consistent in children’s television shows these days. It may not be obvious to someone who isn’t looking for it, but once you are aware of the subliminals and inappropriate scenarios, the media’s agenda of social engineering pedophilia as the “norm” becomes obvious.
I know what you are thinking… pedophilia would never be accepted as a norm! You are right, most adults out there would react with disgust at the thought of this, but its the kids’ minds that are being heavily worked on. Behind the “official” theme of any given children’s show, like math concepts, social skills or healthy habits, there is a well-thought out sub-theme of using subliminals, images and repetition to implant a sense of normalcy and trust between children and adults (who are not parents) that is completely inappropriate.
Subliminal messages are words, images or sound embedded in media to be perceived at a subconscious level. A common example of this is when advertisers embedded the words “eat popcorn” or “enjoy a coke” for only one frame on a film reel, commonly used in movie theaters in the 1950s and 60s. It is flashed so quickly that your conscious mind doesn’t observe it but your subconscious does. It triggers a response in consumers to buy more and eat more!
The use of sexual subliminals in advertising is really not shocking anymore and they aren’t so sublime. But the use of sex and fear in social engineering is shocking and it reveals an agenda of pedophilia and fear-based mind control.
To see the big picture, it helps to look at history and the use of sexual repression by the church or government, in order to control society. Today, it seems ridiculous that it was taboo to say the word “leg” in the Victorian era, and was polite to say “limb”, instead. And since it was deemed immoral to write about sexual feelings for someone, the language of flowers was used instead. In 1952, Lucille Ball was pregnant on the season of “I love Lucy”, but they dare not say that word! Instead, “with child” or “expecting” was used. It is also worth noting that Desi and Lucy slept on separate, twin beds which was the way bedrooms were commonly shown on television shows. Fast forward to the last 20 years; in the US, people are watching Friends, Will and Grace, and Modern Family. It wasn’t so much that audiences were ever uncomfortable with how bedrooms are shown, or if the word pregnant was used, it was the media using their magic to instill value systems and norms and control (suppress) what you think about a controversial subject.
A suppressed mind or a fearful mind is more easily controlled. Starting very young, ideas about what is proper or “good”, and bad or “dirty” are taught to children, mostly by parents who want to raise their children to thrive in society. But a closer look reveals a machine behind the propagation of cultural norms, and religion and government are the usual suspects.
By stimulating the desires of a sexually repressed mind through use of subliminal, sexual stimuli, it will trigger higher sales of a product, specific social behaviours and linger in the memory for future behaviour.
The children’s show LazyTown is packed with subliminal pedophilic sexual innuendos. This article focuses on this show, which promotes health, fitness and playing outside, but a closer look reveals an agenda to normalize pedophile relationships and programming for state-control of children.
Today’s example: LazyTown
LazyTown is a show originating from Iceland. It was created by gymnastics champion and co-star, Magnus Scheving, who is Sportacus on the show.
The main character, Stephanie, is an optimistic, fitness-focused eight year old, who loves to dance with Sportacus, the healthy hero of the show.
Her favorite color is pink and she even has pink hair. She inspires the citizens of LazyTown to stay active and she performs a song and dance every episode, called Bing Bang!
Stephanie lives with her uncle, Mayor Meanswell, who is a puppet.
What are his hands doing here?
And what is Mayor Meanswell holding ?
Sportacus is the acrobatic hero of the show. Like Stephanie, he is into health and fitness, and likes to stay active by dancing and doing gymnastics. To recharge his batteries, he goes to bed at 8:08 every night. He lives in an airship that floats above LazyTown.
Sportacus has a magic crystal on his chest that glows whenever the children of LazyTown are in trouble!
He’s always watching your children from the air! He knows when they need help!
He loves to dance with Stephanie. It seems he likes to hang out with her, even though she is eight years old.
If this were your eight year old daughter, would you think its okay for all of the adult males to touch her and hug her, and (even though its a puppet), go into her bedroom?
She likes to dance in her nightgown, too. I think this is a “wink wink” from the show’s executives to the special audience “in the know”.
Robbie Rotten is the villain. He likes Lazytown the way it used to be before Stephanie and Sportacus arrived. Although he likes it lazy, he makes a big effort to thwart their spreading healthy habits to the citizens of Lazytown.
LazyTown aired on Nick Jr. and Sprout (US) and CBeebies (UK) from 2004 to the present. (And many other countries at various times, in that time frame)
The images from LazyTown are disturbing, but what makes it harmful to children is the repetition of images and subliminals their conscious and unconscious takes in, after this becomes one of their favorite shows. This is how something becomes “normalized”. Just to confirm, Stephanie does not have a mom or dad on the show. She lives with her puppet uncle. She has a trusting and “touchy feely” relationship with Sportacus, who is an adult who wears tight clothes and really has no relation to her other than they share an interest in health and fitness.
And the villain, Robbie Rotten, who wears tight clothes, is sometimes seen being touchy feely, too.
Stephanie plays an eight year old on the show, and given the puppets and CGI animation, this show is probably for an audience of 5 – 7 year olds, so go ahead and count on younger ones watching, too.
LazyTown is the first of a series of children’s shows with hidden agendas that we will discuss, so keep in mind there are many, many more shows with the same scenario: child age girl or boy having trusting, affectionate relationship with adult male, who seems to like his or her company and care for them. Add to that, no parent in the picture.
Are young girls growing up thinking that not only is it okay, it is probably a good thing to have an adult male in your life that likes to hug you and watch you dance, etc. ?! And if this is the implication, by the time this generation grows up, the next generation will already be exposed to even more overt sexual scenarios between kids and adults.
This is how “normalization” is done. I’ve also heard it called the “boiled frog syndrome”. Place a frog in really hot water and it will immediately jump out. Place a frog in cool water but slowly turn up the heat and the frog will boil because its skin doesn’t recognize the subtle changes in temperature over the period of time. This happens all the time in our world (especially in government!) but I notice it in the media and their “programming”.
The planting of images that are meant to normalize pedophilia is done with skill and research by the pervs who do this. The human brain works at four basic frequencies: beta, alpha, delta and theta. The radiant light and flicker rates of TV cause the brain to drop to alpha wave frequency, a dreamlike state where critical thinking is turned off. Information from TV bypass logic and critical thinking and goes straight to the areas with emotive responses.
One way that LazyTown blurs reality and confuses a young mind, is to have a show with humans, puppets and CGI animation. Even though a child could tell you which is real-life and which is pretend, once they start watching, their brain waves go to a relaxed state where the most is “taken in”, it doesn’t matter what they consciously know, its the images presented as “normal” as they watch her dance, flip around, sing, and have weird men in tight outfits touch her and hug her. And, notice the outfits of the human characters: bright, cartoonish, and blends well with the colorful CGI background.
Another point to consider is the main draw to the show: Stephanie. She’s cute, smart, talented, praised by other adults and she has a neat bedroom, cute clothes and girls will want to be like her ( the situation is getting quite disturbing! ) .
LazyTown is the first of many shows discussed here, because unfortunately, it is hard to find a show that doesn’t have an agenda behind it. Ideally, turning off the television for good would be the most effective solution, but as a parent writing this, that is an unrealistic goal for most of us. Cutting down the time and being more picky about the shows is a good start.