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Originally posted by Born
Is Disney really the family friendly corporation that we think they are? Or is Disney heavily involved in mind control programming and satanism?
In the everyday world, many have claimed that subliminal techniques are used in advertising and for propaganda purposes but officially it is denied. In Russia, however, there have been reports of subliminal messages. For example, Pravda has had stories about the discovery of subliminal messages in advertising from the West.
In spite of the popular belief that subliminal messages are widely used to influence audiences, there is little evidence that the technique has ever been used on a mass audience (other than its occasional use by artists who use it to make an artistic statement). There is no evidence that subliminal messages have any effect at all on a viewer or listener, and the current consensus among marketing professionals is that subliminal advertising is ineffective and can be counter-productive.
Well, I quit letting the kids watch "Lilo and Stitch," because I thought it was having an adverse effect on their behavior. They would imitate stitch (who is a genetically mutated killing machine, in this "rated G" film) and start tearing stuff to pieces. Lilo is an emotionally disturbed child with no intact family, being raised by her older sister. I understand about teaching children that all kinds of families can be loving, but the undertone of this film, at least in my house, was to model DYS-functionality. The sisters relate by yelling, beating each other and throwing things.
Not the value system at my house.
I will confess that I had been letting them watch it without previewing it myself. But no more.
I think that's a little harsh and unnecessary -- let's not call anyone in this thread a bad parent, okay?
Here's my point
Originally posted by Zipdot
I find this topic fascinating so far and I would love to see links that point to examples of what you're speaking about in each of the aforementioned movies.