Don’t fail as Christian parents by bringing your children to see Disney’s latest remake of “Beauty and the Beast.”
The director of the movie used words plain enough that someone doesn’t sound like a “conspiracy theorist” for saying Disney views the hearts and minds of children as the front-line of the culture war (this article further proves what the director is letting out of the
bag closet). Entertainment is not enough – it has to be entertainment with an immoral agenda.
“That was so important,” said Condon on going for a level of diversity. “We have interracial couples — this is a celebration of everybody’s individuality, and that’s what’s exciting about it.”
Condon previously told U.K.’s Attitude magazine about LeFou experiencing a “gay moment” in the film.
“LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston and on another day wants to kiss Gaston,” said Condon, according to the Telegraph. “He’s confused about what he wants. It’s somebody who’s just realizing that he has these feelings.”
He also added that Gad did an excellent job in referencing LeFou’s sexuality in a clever way.
“…Josh [Gad] makes something really subtle and delicious out it said,” said Condon. “And that’s what has its pay-off at the end, which I don’t want to give away. But it’s a nice, exclusively gay moment in a Disney movie.”
Walt Disney has since shelved the release of “Beauty and the Beast” in mainly Muslim Malaysia, even though film censors said it has been approved with a minor cut involving the scene.
Once again, not only is the homosexual agenda trying to compare immorality through choice with the skin-color individuals are born with, but the director praises the actor under consideration for his ability to be subtle with his inferences. Hmmm, subtle sin … I suppose now we know who taught him how to act (Genesis 3:1). The subtlety was obviously not subtle enough for Malaysian viewers though. The western culture is probably more worried about it being too subtle. Don’t worry, I wouldn’t be surprised if Frozen 2 will let that go too.
When it comes to this latest version of the movie and its relationship with the hearts and minds of children, it would be better served by the title, “Beauty and the Earth Beast.” It does its best to look innocent, but its true intentions are revealed when it speaks.
“Then I saw another beast coming up from the earth. He had two horns like a lamb, but was speaking like a dragon.” (Revelation 13:11 NET)