My Christmas present this year.

If you’re a parent, which I am, and are fortunate enough to be a grandparent, which I also am, then you know how life-changing an event having your first child is. Before that your planning horizon stretched to the end of this week’s or this month’s paycheck. Suddenly you’ve got this tiny defenseless morsel of life in your hands who’s totally dependent on you. A huge protective switch inside you which you never knew existed, clicks over and you’re prepared to walk into traffic to protect that baby.

It’s a huge commitment since human offspring have by far the longest period of dependency on their parents of any creature on the face of the Earth. It’s all hard work especially when they’re younger, but there are also undeniable pleasures. Providing for them, protecting them from all dangers becomes a huge driver in your life. Anyone mucking around with that basic instinct does so at their peril.

I once saw a man who was caught interfering with a little girl almost get beaten to death by two enraged parents, and I nor anyone else was in any mood to stop it either. By the time an ambulance arrived, the cops attending knew him and what most probably had occurred and were not surprised they couldn’t find a single witness in a crowd of people to what happened.

One of the most disturbing trends in what’s being sold to us as new popular culture is normalising child sexual molestation with children as young as kindergarten age. It isn’t normal, it isn’t acceptable but the Hollywood degenerate set are working very hard in their so-called entertainment products to include sexually explicit material in their movies aimed at children. They think they know better than children’s parents and seem determined to slip in as many scenes as possible which amount to what’s commonly called grooming.

The worst offender in this area is Disney. Parents, believe it or not, are hypersensitive to spotting threats to their children, especially of the sexual molestation kind, but Disney seems woefully unaware of this unenlightened propensity of parents all over the world irrespective of nationality, race, creed or political leaning.

Disney’s woke policies and pedophile inclinations have not only managed to destroy franchises like Star Wars, Toy Story, and Pirates of the Caribbean amongst others, but also in the space of a year crashed their stock price from $150 to $90 and it’s still dropping like a stone. Add in the fact that they’ve just fired their CEO who was hand-picked by his predecessor who introduced the woke deviancy slant into all Disney products in the first place. He’s just the man to pull their roasting cajones out of the fire, isn’t he?

But the woke cancer destroying Disney has now proceeded to phase two. Phase one was the prime purchasers of their product, parents, realised how questionable some of the content Disney was trying to sneak past them actually was. After a fruitless search through their range for child suitable material, they gave up. Let’s face it, if you have to pre-screen a modern Disney product before letting your children see it, then after a while, you won’t bother.

Phase two is trust has been lost. When parents see the Disney logo on anything, they refuse to watch it or even buy it, never mind going to the trouble of pre-screening it or unleashing it on their children. Life is too short when there are plenty of other non-perv providers of child appropriate material who now realise Disney’s content suicide policies have opened up some huge gaps in the market for children’s entertainment.

Just last weekend their latest effort, a sequel to Avatar, bombed at the box office. It’s a three hour perfectly woke borefest that people started walking out of by half time. As for the rest of the potential bums on seats, they just stayed away because for them the Disney brand is now toxic. One look at that brand name and it was safer, cheaper and a lot less trouble to park the kids in front of the TV and watch reruns of Wile E. Coyote versus the Roadrunner on Nickelodeon.

The best part of Christmas for me is buying presents, especially for children. Thinking about what they’ll like and enjoy and finally hitting on the perfect idea really rings my bell. When they unwrap it, you can always tell if you’ve got it right. If someone had said to me I’ve got you the perfect Christmas present, I’d have been intrigued. The kids usually tear their hair out coming up with a fun and thoughtful present for me.

But, I’ll already have had the perfect present. Those sicko, perv, grooming, child molesting bastards at Disney killing another franchise, losing $450 million in the process and taking another step towards the got woke, went broke graveyard have delivered the ideal Christmas present to me. It could only be topped by them bolting for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection next year.

Happy Christmas to you all. Here’s hoping Santie is as good to you as he was to me.


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10 Responses to “My Christmas present this year.”
  1. Richard Ilfeld says:

    After divesting ESPN, politicized into oblivion.
    If it ain’t pervs, it’s social justice and gun control.

    Surely you didn’t tune in to watch a game and be entertained….


  2. watersider says:

    Mr Pointman Beannachtai na nollag and thank you for your thoughtful and erudite postings.
    The ‘Santie’ is the Irish giveaway!


  3. Erny72 says:

    I get my Christmas presents every time you post. Love your work cobber, you’re a breath of refreshing honest air amongst the stale, odious flatulence that passes for ‘news and opinion’ in the supposedly progressive world we inhabit.
    Merry Christmas to you and yours, I’m looking forward to a, well, interesting new year.
    P.S. I’m not sure what any one’s childhood recollections of Disney entertainment are, I always preferred Whyle E. Coyote and Marvin the Martian to The effemite mouse and the lisping clumsy duck myself, but still, when Woke Disney starts pushing grooming and social justice worrying it feels kind of like being date-raped by Father Christmas; I won’t shed any tears when Disney go the way of the convicted Paedo who lands in general population.
    I wonder what the freaks in ‘entertainment’ have in mind next, a James Bond prequel where it turns out he was a gay recruit who went for the closet because of the bullying, maybe a Dirty Harry remake where ‘do you feel lucky, punk?’ is replaced with ‘do you wnat a lollie, little boy?’ or a new Star Wars spin-off where Darth Vader wears a pink suit and says menacingly ‘I find your lack of empathy diusturbing!’. No matter what, I guess the Arab’s days of starring as the baddies are over and every movie from now on will feature Russian anti-heroes getting whipped by plucky under-dogs who’ve been gifted free wonder waffene by benevolent octigenarian investment bankers.
    …dusting off the old Whyle E. Coyote videos in anticipation.


  4. Margaret H Smith says:

    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
    All the very best for 2023.


  5. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy

    Season’s greetings

    This is O/T but only somewhat

    The Most Politically Incorrect, Unwokeist Article You Will Ever Read


  6. another ian says:

    Hi Pointy

    Seems that “Disney County, Florida” is being reclaimed by the State of Florida


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