Kristen Bell, the voice of Anna in Disney’s hit animated film “Frozen,” revealed in an interview published Wednesday her concerns about the message “Snow White” sends to her two daughters.
Bell told Parents magazine that she asks her daughters, “Don’t you think that it’s weird that the prince kisses Snow White without her permission? Because you cannot kiss someone if they’re sleeping!” she said.
Bell, who reads to her daughters every night, also expressed concerns about the part when Snow White eats an apple from the witch — a stranger.
“Everytime we close Snow White I look at my girls and ask ‘Don’t you think it’s weird that Snow White didn’t ask the old witch why she needed to eat the apple? Or where she got the apple?’ I say, ‘I would never take food from a stranger, would you?’ And my kids are like, ‘No!’ And I’m like, ‘OK, I’m doing something right,'” she told the magazine.
In the 1938 Disney film, Snow White falls into deathless sleep after eating a poison apple from a jealous witch, until a prince wakes her with true love’s kiss.
Keira Knightley, appearing Tuesday on the talk show “Ellen,” said her 3-year-old daughter is banned from “Cinderella.”
“Because she waits around for a rich guy to rescue her. Don’t. Rescue yourself, obviously,” Knightley said.
The 33-year-old actress said “Little Mermaid” is also banned, even though she loves the film.
“I mean, the songs are great, but do not give your voice up for a man. Hello,” she said.
But she said “Finding Dory” is a “big favorite,” and “Frozen is huge, Moana is totally fine.”
Knightley was also promoting her upcoming Disney film “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” on the show.
By Amy Lieu
An Antifa protester, verbally accosted a woman during protests over the weekend in Portland, Oregon, telling her that her deceased husband should “rot in the grave.”
“Why are you trying to block me?” the man yells at the woman. “I’m f–king trying to walk here.”
“Because I obey traffic signals,” the woman responded.
“You’re a f–king snarky, little f–king idiot,” the man shot back. “So shut the f–k up.”
“Try somethin, b–ch,” the woman responded.
“I’m not, I’m not going to punch you, I’m not like your husband, I’m not going to punch you,” the man replied.
“I’m not married,” the woman answered.
“I’m not like your boyfriend or your cop boyfriend who is going to f–king knock you out, so don’t worry,” the man said.
The woman turned around and pointed at her NYPD hat, saying, “My husband died on 9/11.”
“Good for him,” the man responded. “Good, good. NYPD was a bunch of sodomizers, f–king sodomizing immigrants with their bully sticks.”
“So yeah, your husband, should probably f–king rot in the grave.”
WATCH (warning — contains strong language):
Early Tuesday morning, the FBI raided government offices in San Juan, Puerto Rico, including offices under the direct control of of San Juan’s mayor, Carmen Yelin Cruz, looking for evidence to substantiate allegations of “corruption” within San Juan’s city government.
Cruz, of course, is the outspoken San Juan mayor who appeared regularly on television during and after Hurricane Maria last year, blaming the Trump administration for failing to address the situation in Puerto Rico. Cruz even donned a “Nasty Woman” shirt in one interview.
But, as administration officials have pointed out, many of the problems rescuers faced were the result of local failures, including a lack of infrastructure, government favoritism, and rampant corruption. Cruz and others are alleged to have hampered, and occasionally blocked, the distribution of much-needed supplies to Puerto Ricans without food, water, medicine, or electricity.
And now, it seems, the FBI is trying to get to the bottom of exactly what’s going on in San Juan.
NBC News reports that “FBI agents were seen raiding an office on the 15th and 14th floor of Torre Municipal de San Juan, according to authorities. The operation was related to suspected corruption in the purchasing department.”
“We are seeking documents and evidence that support this allegation,” an FBI spokesman told reporters, according to NBC. “This search will help us confirm if allegations are true or not. We will look through every document, bill, email … anything that will let us clarify the claims.”
Cruz commented on the raid on Twitter, pledging her “total collaboration” with the FBI’s investigation: “If someone has done something wrong, they should be subjected to due process and face the consequences of their actions.”
That might include Cruz. Fox News reports that the FBI’s investigation centers around whether Cruz and allies in the San Juan city government handed city business — and city money — to preferred companies, many of whom allegedly charged the city thousands more than other suppliers.
Cruz’s former director of procurement, Yadira Molina, apparently blew the whistle on her own offices — and her boss, Mayor Cruz — last February reporting ““alleged irregular acts” to a local comptroller. Molina told officials that “a supply company was granted ‘preferred supplier’ status which paid them more than three times what regular suppliers made,” and that Cruz may have been responsible for inking the deal.
Varlam Shalamov was a brilliant writer who was sentenced in 1937 to years of hard labor in a Soviet gulag. If that were not painful enough, though he was eventually freed, his writings were more or less lost to history until today—his book, Kolyma Tales, is finally enjoying a well-deserved resurgence. In a piece published by the Paris Review, Shalamov lists things he learned in the Gulag:
“I discovered that the world should be divided not into good and bad people but into cowards and non-cowards. Ninety-five percent of cowards are capable of the vilest things, lethal things, at the mildest threat.”
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Antifa actually posted these videos of themselves attacking any motorists that came into their (illegal) protest area as shown. Their tweet matter-of-factly stated that they chased after and attacked the gentleman in his car in “self-defense”. You cannot make this up.
You’d think the antifas would have more self-awareness than to post such things but no, presumably the Open Society Foundation paychecks are sweet enough that these degenerates felt secure enough to come out block traffic and flaunt anti-white rhetoric.