it’s because of a damn documentary that won awards. Documentaries drive me nuts because they’re slanted, written and produced compellingly, and lead you to some inescapable conclusion about some horrid thing that NOW you believe is commonplace… when it’s not.
The format of documentaries is manipulative, wins awards, and the people who consider themselves intelligent free thinkers suck it up. It’s an emotionally manipulative format.
This particular case is thanks to a documentary called “The Dancing Boys of… something… first it was BBC, THEN Frontline on US TV… won a buttload of awards. [pun not intended here]
Misleading crap. It’s not that bad things don’t happen everywhere – of course they do. But you see a documentary produced in the documentary way, and it ends up filtered down into stuff like…
…this. Memes. Shitty memes.
Memes that encourage Bigotry and other things, but mostly some kind of bigotry.
Here’s another thing that documentaries do:
a) They report about something you know little about.
b) They report about something that has information sources you’re not likely to find.
c) The person/people they are slanted to make you hate, “are going to lie to you, so don’t ask them for information”.
d) So you can now only trust the documentary maker.