Clement Pulaski

March 2, 2017

The world of fairy tales is one of the great treasures of our European heritage. This world was born of our ancient folk customs and the shining light of Christianity. It is full of beauty, poetry and moral clarity. Evil is thoroughly evil, and the good is noble and heroic. In these tales the Christian virtues triumph and quests are won by characters full of selfless bravery. The petty, mundane concerns of modern life are left behind and our imaginative faculty fully embraces a different world. By speaking to our imagination in addition to our intellect the fairy tale is more than just moral contemplation, it is a deep experience that can influence the entire human personality. This fantastic world is the nursery of culture, for it is in fairy tales that many white children first encounter artistic idealism, a way of looking at the world that has propelled the West to its greatest heights.

The natural appeal of fairy tales to both young and old has lasted through the centuries. Artists such as Edmund Spenser, George MacDonald, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkein have explored this world, adding new details and ideas while remaining faithful to the old spirit. In the realm of popular culture, the Disney animated films provided a pop-culture version that nevertheless stayed quite close to the original material. Until recently, that is. Now that Jews and other godless individuals have gained complete control over the entertainment media, it is no surprise that our beloved fairy tales are being corrupted. Films like Shrek and Frozen cheapened and denigrated the original spirit of the fairy tale, but these films were only the beginning. The Telegraph reports that the upcoming live action Beauty and the Beast remake will even feature a positive portrayal of homosexuality:

It built its reputation on princesses finding their prince, living happily ever after in storylines which set the benchmark for romance for generations of children.

Now, Disney is to move firmly into a new era as it introduces its first “exclusively gay moment”, disclosing the new version of Beauty and the Beast will star a manservant exploring his sexuality.

The live-action version of Beauty and the Beast is already on course to be the most thoroughly modern film of its kind, with star Emma Watson discussing how she made the role of Belle more feminist.

The team have now revealed one character, LeFou, will experience Disney’s first ever “gay moment” on screen, as he struggles with his feelings for ultra-macho leading man Gaston.

In an interview with Attitude magazine, director Bill Condon said: “LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston and on another day wants to kiss Gaston. “He’s confused about what he wants. It’s somebody who’s just realizing that he has these feelings. “And Josh [Gad, who plays LeFou] makes something really subtle and delicious out of it.

It is bad enough that Jewish Hollywood promotes homosexuality in film and television, now they are promoting it in fairy tales aimed at children. The fairy world of valor and purity is being assaulted. For many whites, there are no safe spaces left in which to raise our families. Under the reign of perverted Jewish Hollywood, there are no more safe spaces for the imagination of white children. The fairy tale, which should be a place of moral instruction and wonder, has become just another weapon in the hands of our enemies.