Computer animated "home videos" of children on YouTube?

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Computer animated "home videos" of children on YouTube?

Postby hoi.polloi on February 17th, 2018, 5:20 pm

There is a strange phenomenon that has been happening to me when interacting with "social media". I am not sure if this is what it seems to be to me, but I have learned to trust my instincts and at least explore the possibility if the thought does enter my mind.

A number of "funny children" videos have surfaced and been shared with me over Instagram, YouTube and so forth, often involving kids, toddlers or even babies under seemingly "directed" circumstances for being supposedly "just recorded at random" (or, one is meant to wonder, recorded by the children themselves?).

The expressions on the children are "funny" indeed! As children can certainly be funny. And they pick up behavior from what they are watching, which these days — let's face it — is up to hundreds of fast videos a day.

Something tells me these children are CGI creations.

It reminds me of something Delcroix (and/or another Fakeologist) mentioned about child porn — i.e.; pedophilic images of "children" in highly sexual acts — having been created in a photoshop/computer rendering lab. At the time I thought this sounded like a better alternative to the disturbing prospects of it being real.

But now another icky thing occurs to me and that is — is this, like 9/11, meant to change our behavior as a species in some way? Are people of all ages meant to be "driven" in some way by the strong attention-getting factors of these things?

Are we also to see children as "mini adults" (as many bad parents are treating their earliest progeny these days) for some reason? I am not a conservative person that worships the nuclear (or any) family as some perfect institution. I don't even really think parents should be in charge of their own children in many cases, even if the State isn't the best replacement "ward" when it's better than abusive parents.

But is a phenomenon of "experimental" videos yet another way the State attempts to supplant the family?

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Why I cannot identify the videos

These videos occur in my life in random fashion. I find them too weird to seek them out. They are usually shown to me by a friend or colleague, typically of the female persuasion, who has been captured by the animated adventures of a cute little face or two, finding it a harmless reverie. Maybe it is! In any case, I usually find myself leaving the video just nodding to make up for the fact that I don't find it as amusing but disturbing and artificial. I will tend to find myself commenting to my friend, "Is this real?"


Why aren't these funny?

Instead of laughing, as I expect myself to do at funny videos, I find these disturbing. I find myself watching the quality, which is sometimes of abysmal "compression" to the point that I wonder how exactly they got this video on YouTube. Like fake CGI people in 9/11, the "compression" appears to be some kind of weird cover up. The expressions on the children appear too adult, the scenarios too unrandom, or else the voices sound as though they have been modulated like Bagdasarian Chipmunks characters. One has flashes of "Gollum" from the 2000s Lord of the Rings movies. Motion capture on older children may have been applied to CGI models of smaller children. Or, as in medieval style, an adult simply plays a child in mocap.


The weird danger of thinking fake is real

At times, it seems it is harmless to believe these strange "funny videos" that capture our attention and the worst evil you could say about them is that they distract us like so many other things. I don't find that to be an evil at all. On the contrary I think new entertainment, new art and humor and creative efforts are important and keep us sane. It is the dishonest presentation of such, particularly for cold psychopathic analysis rather than sharing and co-pretending that is harmful.

Watching the trends of humanity and nurturing one another is a responsibility and privilege we all have, not something that belongs strictly to the "Analogous Traditional Elites". But their covetous control of information lends, in their minds and behavior, it seems, some self-appointed right to mess with, disrespect and widely deeply instill mistrust and hence psychopathic teachings in developing organisms.

It's not enough that they are watching our children and the newest generations as a cynical farmer happy to use pesticides and vaccines on others; they might provide surreal examples to them in fake videos that disrupt the very sensitive and careful balance of learning that occurs between naturally skilled children and their naturally skilled guardians and the mysterious exploration that happens between them and life. Fake and deceptive videos exist as an unnecessary obstacle to critical understandings and learnings; they exist in the "vomit territory" of uncanny valley and beyond. Children's imaginations are powerful but precious things that should be shielded, on a case by case basis, from things that psychologically damage them. Using fake imagery of children to describe and show to children elements about themselves is just inherently, it seems, wrong to me. Other empathetic people may disagree.

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In any case, whether my moral objection to the videos is warranted or disruptive to the discussion, I think it is important for us to keep "on the ball" and point out what is fake and what is real in the techniques of illusion taken from reality or wholly mixed with fabrications.

If I do come across a video that I hope to analyze, I may get up the gumption to post it with analysis but in the mean time I felt it was just important to put this awareness out there.

Am I alone in sensing that some unknown entities are putting out freaky "fake baby" and "fake kid" vids?

The lyrics to America's Funniest Home Videos takes on a haunting tone ...

We've got laughs from coast to coast
To make you smile
A real life look at each of you
To capture all that style
You're the red, white and blue
The funny things you do
America, America this is you
Stories from your friends next door
They never told
You might be a star tonight
So let that camera roll
You're the red, white and blue
Oh the funny things you do
America, America this is you
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Re: Computer animated "home videos" of children on YouTube?

Postby SacredCowSlayer on February 17th, 2018, 9:45 pm

hoi.polloi » February 17th, 2018, 11:20 am wrote:
But is a phenomenon of "experimental" videos yet another way the State attempts to supplant the family?


I certainly do think there is a persistent effort to disrupt (and corrupt) what I often refer to as the “natural family”. And this would be consistent with everything else I am observing with regard to so many attempts to create fictitious “realities” that don’t exist outside the media.

hoi.polloi » February 17th, 2018, 11:20 am wrote:
The weird danger of thinking fake is real

At times, it seems it is harmless to believe these strange "funny videos" that capture our attention and the worst evil you could say about them is that they distract us like so many other things. I don't find that to be an evil at all. On the contrary I think new entertainment, new art and humor and creative efforts are important and keep us sane. It is the dishonest presentation of such, particularly for cold psychopathic analysis rather than sharing and co-pretending that is harmful.

Watching the trends of humanity and nurturing one another is a responsibility and privilege we all have, not something that belongs strictly to the "Analogous Traditional Elites". But their covetous control of information lends, in their minds and behavior, it seems, some self-appointed right to mess with, disrespect and widely deeply instill mistrust and hence psychopathic teachings in developing organisms. [in bold for emphasis added by SCS]

It's not enough that they are watching our children and the newest generations as a cynical farmer happy to use pesticides and vaccines on others; they might provide surreal examples to them in fake videos that disrupt the very sensitive and careful balance of learning that occurs between naturally skilled children and their naturally skilled guardians and the mysterious exploration that happens between them and life. Fake and deceptive videos exist as an unnecessary obstacle to critical understandings and learnings; they exist in the "vomit territory" of uncanny valley and beyond. Children's imaginations are powerful but precious things that should be shielded, on a case by case basis, from things that psychologically damage them. Using fake imagery of children to describe and show to children elements about themselves is just inherently, it seems, wrong to me. Other empathetic people may disagree.


I quite agree with you. In my estimation, these self proclaimed “ruling elites” (or whatever they are) view humans as property (or commodities) that they have the right to shape and mold however they wish. It’s a view of ownership, and as such, they feel justified in “creating reality” for other people, who do NOT in fact belong to them at all. So it’s really a form of mass Gaslighting, whereby fictitious “realities” get thrust upon civilization at large, and the negative consequences are too vast and severe for me to even wrap my mind around.

hoi.polloi » February 17th, 2018, 11:20 am wrote:In any case, whether my moral objection to the videos is warranted or disruptive to the discussion, I think it is important for us to keep "on the ball" and point out what is fake and what is real in the techniques of illusion taken from reality or wholly mixed with fabrications.

If I do come across a video that I hope to analyze, I may get up the gumption to post it with analysis but in the mean time I felt it was just important to put this awareness out there.

Am I alone in sensing that some unknown entities are putting out freaky "fake baby" and "fake kid" vids?

The lyrics to America's Funniest Home Videos takes on a haunting tone ...

We've got laughs from coast to coast
To make you smile
A real life look at each of you
To capture all that style
You're the red, white and blue
The funny things you do
America, America this is you
Stories from your friends next door
They never told
You might be a star tonight
So let that camera roll
You're the red, white and blue
Oh the funny things you do
America, America this is you


You aren’t alone. In fact, I’ve had this same experience on numerous occasions, and it’s almost pure instinct now that there’s just something “off” about many of these videos. And I honestly haven’t spent enough time to even consider what the hell is going on, but I’m glad you got the discussion started. :)
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Re: Computer animated "home videos" of children on YouTube?

Postby antipodean on February 18th, 2018, 7:00 am

I touched on this a few years ago with this post.
What I find interesting is when the crime of making objectionable images is reported, basically down loading kiddie porn, every time that image is viewed the child has again been violated, and the paedophile rightfully convicted if caught.

But what if the objectionable images were CGI with some sort of morphing, has a crime actually been committed ? The paedophile is just guilty of being a sick fuck.

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Re: Computer animated "home videos" of children on YouTube?

Postby Penelope on February 24th, 2018, 6:24 am

Post by SacredCowSlayer » February 17th, 2018, 12:45 pm
I certainly do think there is a persistent effort to disrupt (and corrupt) what I often refer to as the “natural family”. And this would be consistent with everything else I am observing with regard to so many attempts to create fictitious “realities” that don’t exist outside the media.


Yes, one of the earliest "fictitious realities" to attack the family was Kinsey's academic works. They were underwritten by the National Research Council, which is today prominent in telling us that it's warmer than at any time in the past two million years. Early 90s sex intervews by Edward Laumann show that the numbers for adultery and homosexuality are about half of what Kinsey reported 50 years ago-- before birth control!

Laumann's adultery number for men was also half the Kinsey figure: Only 25 percent of married men (and roughly 15 percent of married women) reported having had extramarital sex.
Laumann's work countered the fond image of a national sex party. More than 80 percent of his interviewees said they'd had either one or no sexual partners in the prior year.
www.slate.com/articles/life/the_sex_iss ... trait.html

After the media had pushed Kinsey's message, which tended to "normalize" behaviors unfriendly to the family, it began to push the fiction that children weren't harmed by divorce, that they are endlessly adaptive.

Antipodean, what I came across is not quite the sort of child imagery that you refer to, but it's fairly disgusting. A new brand of ice cream called "Sweet Jesus" carries symbols to the contrary. It quotes scripture "Love is patient, Love is Kind" & finishes with "But you can't lick it, So who cares." And the images of children at bottom of the site whack children and childhood.
https://vigilantcitizen.com/vigilantrep ... franchise/

The anti-occult site I just realized also has an expose on violent and somewhat sexual videos FOR CHILDREN to watch (unbelievable):
https://vigilantcitizen.com/moviesandtv ... n-youtube/
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Re: Computer animated "home videos" of children on YouTube?

Postby Penelope on February 24th, 2018, 6:36 pm

Oh, sorry hoi.polloi. It is YOUR thread on the inappropriate use of children and animation of them, etc in videos. Not Antipodean's. I've been occasionally visiting vigilantcitizen.com for several years, and AFAIK they're reliable in their area of specialty, the occult in Hollywood, architecture, music and the internet. They fail to debunk hoaxed events, exposing occult symbols in them instead.
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