Dutch public TV plans to broadcast a Danish program called “simply naked” in which children between the ages of 10 and 12 are exposed to naked adults to supposedly ask them questions about their bodies. The program, which some see as normalizing pedophilia, drew criticism from the public and politicians.

Beyond the fact that the producers of the program, who obviously share the perverted view that innocent and pure children at that age have to look at the sexual organs of adults (for what exactly?!), have assured that it is all “carefully produced,” the argument is worthless, the impact on these children will be in the medium and long term if this is normalized.

According to Daily Mail, critics have branded it “disgusting,” with the leader of the right-wing FvD party, Thierry Baudet, saying it “comes close to promoting pedophilia.”

Left-wing MP Tunahan Kuzu called the program “ridiculous” and asked his followers to write to the national broadcaster to complain.

The conservative SGP party has also asked in Parliament why the program is still going ahead.

Some children who watched the preview of the program said things like “this is not a show I need to watch,” or “I felt a bit uncomfortable at first.” These comment clearly show that children naturally reject sexualization at such a young age, but if they are continually pushed to consume this perverted material, they end up accepting it.

The ultimate goal is for children to accept seeing naked adults so that they will eventually accept a pedophile seeking to be intimate with them: it is the worst of perversions that people should not accept.

Social media is assisting this perversity

So much fuss over the alleged “hate speech” on the social media Twitter that it censors conservatives who criticize drag queens, telling stories to children in nursery schools, but at the same time allows users who post child abuse and child pornography to profit on the network.

Breitbart reported on March 8 on Lauren Witzke, a former Delaware state Senate candidate, who was suspended on Twitter for criticizing a transgender character who called girls “kinky.”

“The last tweet before they finally shut me down,” said Witzke. “Calling pedophiles demonic now violates Twitter’s terms of service as ‘hateful content.’ KEEP FIGHTING! It’s your job to pick up the torch and fight for what’s right!”

In late January, the New York Post reported on the story of a teenager who was tricked into showing intimate photos to a person online. This person blackmailed him by threatening to publish his photos if he did not send him more sexual material of him with someone else.

Tormented by the situation, the boy, who was 13 years old at the time, complied.

The pervert who blackmailed him then posted the boy’s videos on his Twitter channel where he shares child pornography and obscene material. The channel, according to the report, has advertisements on the side, meaning it is generating revenue.

The young man, now 17, found out the videos were online because many of his peers and acquaintances saw the videos and maliciously mocked him to the point of leaving him with suicidal thoughts.

In great distress he wrote to Twitter to ask for the videos of his abuse to be taken down, but Twitter refused, saying the videos did not violate community rules.

It was only when the boy’s mother found help from officials from the Domestic Security Directorate that they managed to get the videos removed, but that was after at least three instances of asking Twitter to do so without success.

What else do we need to see Twitter’s true colors?