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‘The Muppet’ Under Offensive Material Violation From Disney+

'The Muppet' Under Offensive Material Violation From Disney+

Dinsey has always and will be a child, civilization, and society-driven organization, hence, it recently warned the children’s classic ‘The Muppet Show’ for its “offensive content”.

The popular kid’s program The Muppet Show which is recently airing its fifth season gets policy violation for its unethical content.  The disclaimer released by Disney reads, “This program includes negative depictions and/or mistreatment of people or cultures. These stereotypes were wrong then and are wrong now.

The disclaimer adds, “Rather than remove this content, we want to acknowledge its harmful impact, learn from it, and spark conversation to create a more inclusive future together”.

'The Muppet' Under Offensive Material Violation From Disney+

‘The Muppet’ Under Offensive Material Violation From Disney+
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If you’ve following Disney since your childhood days then you might be well aware that the leading children’s entertainment organization has always been articulating & previewing stories of ‘inspirational’ and ‘aspirational’ themes. therefore, motives to provide rich diversity and sustainable cultural impact contents.

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They have been violated for the scene where singer Johny Cash is seen performing in front of the Confederate flag which happens to be the first national flag which is even recognized as Stars and Bars.

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Well, the times changing and patriotic things even might seem offensive in today’s generation. The thing which Disney is still great about is filtering offensive and violent-harsh cultural & real-world content to the children – which we love & admire most about Disney.

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Last modified: May 2, 2021