The animated film “Strange World” has been pulled from the theater of the Cultural Center in Novi Pazar (Serbia) at the request of the locals.
The issue with the film, as the parents who took their children to the screening said, is that it openly promotes homosexuality.
The mother who contacted our newsroom says that she took her children to the premiere of the animated film on Friday, but that both she and the children were taken aback by what they heard in the film.
“In the cartoon, a 16-year-old boy openly declares himself a homosexual,” says the mother, who is a psychologist by profession.
“It’s not acceptable that we show such content to children who do not yet have a developed awareness of what the film is about and what message it sends.”
Our interlocutor points out that the parents sent a request to the Cultural Center in Novi Pazar to review the content of the film and decide whether to show it any longer, and after that a decision was made to pull the film from the theater.
Miša Đurković, Director of the Institute for European Studies, believes that the action of parents in Novi Pazar is a valuable example of parents getting organized and standing up against the increasingly brutal and violent queer propaganda.
“Western multinational corporations are conducting systematic propaganda aimed at destroying every community, starting with the family, and are systematically imposing propaganda that insidiously targets children and youth as a vulnerable group susceptible to manipulation,” Đurković points out.
“The behavior of parents in Novi Pazar should be an example to all of us and in other parts of the country to organize ourselves and prevent these people from harassing, confusing and seducing our children,” he added.
People see that this is a totalitarian ideology that is even more dangerous and destructive than the communist one, because it directly enters families and targets children.
Đurković believes that profit is behind this subterfuge, but much more than that, ideological fundamentalism, especially aimed at teenagers. This was also the case with the lessons in biology textbooks for the eighth grade, which the local public saw through. Therefore, it’s time that citizens realized that they have to stand up to this ideology.
“It should be emphasized that Muslims and Christians are increasingly connecting and fighting together against this madness,” Đurković pointed out.
By the way, the animated film “Strange World” was released in theaters all over Serbia on 24 November. The animated production deals with the conflict between generations in the family and the wishes of parents that their children love and do the same as they do.
Disney spreads propaganda
“The Disney corporation, once a leading company for the affirmation of happy childhood, work ethics and discipline, has become the leading agent of systematic gay propaganda,” Đurković pointed out. He recalled that a large number of petitions against their current policy and projects like “Strange World” have been launched in the USA this year.
(Source: Večernje Novosti, 30 November 2022)