December 13, 2018

Generation snowflake condemn classic Rudolph tale as “seriously problematic”

David MenziesMission Specialist

Christmas comes but once a year, but the pathetic whines of Generation Snowflake never end, and so in this age of yuletide revisionism, the tale of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is condemned by the usual suspects as “seriously problematic.”

The Huffington Post notes that the classic 1964 cartoon is rife with themes that are “inappropriate” today.

There’s bullying, verbal abuse, and even handicap-shaming, or something.

Never mind that the social justice set are somehow oblivious to the fact that the very essence of the Rudolph story is how the underdog rises above above challenging circumstances to become the hero!

A key element in any story worth telling is CONFLICT!

A recently released poll found Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer overwhelmingly voted the most beloved Christmas movie, so once again it’s just those social justice Grinches who are crucifying poor Rudolph!

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commented 2018-12-14 21:35:05 -0500
commented 2018-12-14 16:46:28 -0500
But Rudolph had to struggle at all & snowflakes were raised in an environment where nobody keeps score & everyone gets a trophy. The concept is foreign to them & they’re really not happy unless they’re making everyone miserable.
commented 2018-12-14 04:12:17 -0500
Robert: As a Dwarf I resent your use of the word dwarf. I don’t think Rudolph should be played. Its not fair to the LGBTQRS. Why doesn’t Rudolph have two dads? Does Santa give preference to the male deer? Is the big bumble only white for a reason? Calling toys misfits because they are handicapped, is just wrong. The reindeer trainer is showing toxic maleness to the younger generation. Hermey is clearly gay, but has to hide it because he has no safe space. Yukon Cornelius is clearly a terrorist because he carries a pick. Santa flies past NATO radar and drops presents of mass destruction. Rudolph is promoting global warming by breaking the iceberg up. Finally Burl Ives is a well known old white man…hmmm. Suspicious.
commented 2018-12-13 23:31:13 -0500
commented 2018-12-13 22:53:56 -0500
commented 2018-12-13 22:51:30 -0500
The show is how to succeed(for kids) when you are an individual that has the perseverance to be the best you can be..
commented 2018-12-13 22:49:03 -0500
What rock have these Huff puffs been hiding under?
I’ll defend Santa and Rudolph till the day I leave this earth.
That’s because I’m a realist, not like these snowflakes.
commented 2018-12-13 22:27:35 -0500
I challenge a network to play the show every-night till Christmas.

It is one of the staples..Traditions in our Society..Who’s next?..Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs?..oops..I guess they will be because I mentioned it..WTF?