Black Widow : Some of the creepy cartoons used for the opening trafficking montage

Some of the creepy cartoons used for the opening trafficking montage

They have sexual undertones. In Rudolph, Santa kidnaps Rudolph (voiced by a young child) while he's sleeping in the middle of the night. Rudolph then later tells his mom he's with Santa via a handwritten note.

Mary's Little Lamb. The animator really wants to make sure we see Mary's panties. 1:12 and 2:31. Among so many other weird things like sheep in blackface. 2:19 - Stick figure in underwear.

Old Man on the Mountain: The town is scared because the old man who lives in the mountain is coming down, raping everyone is his path.

In a live action, you see children dancing around the maypole. This is a Wiccan and Pagan celebration that began in communist countries to celebrate fertility. The young girls dancing signals their coming of age into womanhood, which ties to the montage itself.

"Drink and be merry, merry, merry, boys,
Let all your delight be in Hymen's joys.
Lo to Hymen now the day is come,
about the merry Maypole take a room.
Make green garlons, bring bottles out,
and fill sweet Nectar, freely about.
Uncover thy head, and fear no harm,
for here's good liquor to keep it warm.


This is the first Marvel Studios movie I have ever noticed symbolism.











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Re: Some of the creepy cartoons used for the opening trafficking montage

In a live action, you see children dancing around the maypole. This is a Wiccan and Pagan celebration that began in communist countries to celebrate fertility. The young girls dancing signals their coming of age into womanhood, which ties to the montage itself.
The maypole is phallic. And yes, May Day is based on an ancient pagan fertility rite.

But that has nothing to do with Communism and May Day. May Day is International Workers Day and that's why it's celebrated by Communists. But it's also a major holiday in every nation on earth besides the U.S.

But you can't conflate International Workers Day with paganism.

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The ritual itself is apposite in the context given its origins.

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Well I'm saying Communism is the antithesis of paganism. So it's not apposite.

According to Wikipedia there was no connection between the Marxist choice of the day as International Workers Day and the pagan history of May Day.
While it may belong to a tradition of spring festivals, the date was chosen in 1889 for political reasons by the Marxist International Socialist Congress, which met in Paris and established the Second International as a successor to the earlier International Workingmen's Association.
This does sound like you're making a right wing Christian connection between Satanism and Communism, which is ludicrous. Though I know many religious conservatives do that.

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In the movie little girls are captured, trained, and have their uteri/reproductive organs removed. The ritual spawned as a fertility conversation and is being done by little girls in unison. In this montage is suggests brainwashing.

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Another one:

3:56 Maypole dancing

4:06 Trained obedient children

4:46


I never weary when I hug and kiss my dearie
Oh, it's fine, just fine
It's fine ev'rytime I kiss my dearie
For it's like a drink of wine

We're very clever 'cause we never, ever
Ever have to spend a dime
We never will go short
Indulging in our favourite sport

A little walk, a little park
A little bench, a little dark
A little who's this, a little what's this
And a great big bunch of you








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