What are some good non-degenerate cartoons for children to watch? I'm thinking that if I ever have kids (the future belongs to those that show up and all that), I'm gonna have a TV with no antenna and just let them watch DVDs, so I'm trying to come up with a list of cartoons that teach proper gender roles, traditional morals, patriotism, faith, things like that. Here's what I have so far. Criticism and suggestions?
The Adventures of Tintin
King Arthur and the Knights of Justice
The Prince of Egypt
The Flying House
Mobile Suit Gundam
Armored Trooper VOTOMS
Laputa: Castle in the Sky
Kiki's Delivery Service
>inb4 boku no pico
>inb4 my little pony
Japan has a proud tradition of hard working, warrior males and feminine, nurturing females.
And guess what? The damn progressives are winning because we are all too open-minded to do what they have proven produces a new generation with their values. It's time to use their tactics against them.
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>doesn't like animu
Classic Disney shorts.
Rocky and Bullwinkle
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
The Muppet Show
Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood
Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers
im not sure about the flintstones since it was originally intended for adults if i remember correctly. how about "tom and jerry"? cause jerry tends to kick tom's ass despite being a midget. looney tunes would also be nice.
have you considered old video games? cause games like "castlevania", "the legend of zelda", "donkey kong", and "super mario bros" taught me not to give up even thought they tended to kick my ass back then.
Let your kids watch things that are fun and entertaining, but make sure you let them know that if something seems off or wrong to them, that you can always answer their questions. Give them the ability to question things that they see rather than being subtly influenced by progressive ideals.
I don't think it's so much what they watch as what they take away from it. Train them to think critically while not fearing things. Because if you force them into a particular ideology, even if it's correct, they'll just rebel once they become teenagers
Let your kids have fun when they're kids. It's probably the only time they'll be able to do that in their life. Just teach them why you believe what you do, and they'll see sense if you've given them the proper foundation of critical thinking.
This cartoon was a trip, main guy is fighting the old gods in the 31st century.
Your going to isolate your children from their peers by being so overprotective. Just imagine if your parents only ever let you watch/play with shit from their time. You'd lack the cultural knowledge that would allow you to connect with other people your age.
I agree it's better to buy DVDs than rely on television broadcasting, but don't fear contemporary children's entertainment. Your children are going to be influenced by others and exposed to things you deem inappropriate for them, it's unavoidable and it's to be expected. Just take an active roll in their life, spend time with your children, watch their shows with them and talk to them, and there wont be a problem. Your focus shouldn't be on censoring the influence of other people on your children, it should be on actively being the best influence on your child possible, so that any bad influence is recognised as just that.
Hayao Miyazaki films are good though, especially if you have a daughter.