Disney Draws Intense Criticism for Releasing Controversial Cartoon with 'Anti-White' Themes

Disney's "The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder" reboot has come under fire for a controversial rap in which children sing about slavery and reparations. The rap's lyrics suggest that America has not done enough to make amends for its legacy of prejudice, racism, and White supremacy, and therefore owes Black Americans. The show is facing intense criticism over the song's content.

The show's controversial rap has received criticism for being too mature for young viewers, while others argue that it serves as a vital reminder of America's history of racism. The rap's lyrics explicitly state that the country was built on slavery, and therefore owes reparations to the descendants of slaves, who continue to face systemic prejudice and racism. The song argues that America has not done enough to address this issue.

According to critics, the lyrics are too intense for the show's target audience, while supporters argue that it is necessary to confront the country's history of racism. The rap's lyrics state that slaves built the United States and that their descendants continue to do so, thus earning reparations for their suffering. The song also states that America has yet to atone for its legacy of prejudice, racism, and White supremacy.

The rap says, "This country was built on slavery, which means slaves built this country. The descendants of slaves continue to build it. Slaves built this country and we, the descendants of slaves in America, have earned reparations for their suffering and continue to earn reparations every moment we spend submerged in a systemic prejudice, racism, and White supremacy that America was founded with and still has not atoned for."

The controversial rap lyrics have ignited a debate over the extent to which children's media should address sensitive topics such as slavery and reparations. While some argue that the song is too mature for young viewers, others believe that it is an essential reminder of the continued impact of America's legacy of racism.

"We made your families rich," the sound continues. "From the southern plantation heirs to the northern bankers to the New England shipowners, the Founding Fathers, former presidents, current senators, the Illuminati, the New World Order."

The controversial episode of "The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder" on Disney+ has faced backlash for its rap, in which children sing about slavery, reparations, and the impact of America's history of racism. The lyrics dispute the notion that President Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves and argue that the country owes reparations to Black Americans due to its history of prejudice, racism, and White supremacy.

The episode has sparked a debate about whether sensitive issues such as slavery and reparations should be discussed in children's media. Some critics, including Manhattan Institute fellow Christ Rufo, have denounced the episode, calling it "pure critical race theory." Meanwhile, others argue that the rap serves as an important reminder of the ongoing impact of America's legacy of racism.

"Blatant anti-white propaganda," popular Twitter account End Wokeness tweeted.

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