Nickelodeon producers admit to creating left-wing propaganda aimed at children.
Nickelodeon is owned by Samuel “Redstone” Rothstein’s Viacom. Rothstein is an extreme leftist who is famous for promoting ganster rap music and black/white interracial couples on his main network MTV.
Nickelodeon producers admit that the tv show Dora the Explorer was created to propagandize to children. Essentially the show was created to make American children sympathetic to illegal aliens from South America.
Nickelodeon hired Carlos Cortes to help create the show. Cortes is the author of two books about using television to brainwash children with left-wing ideology.
Don’t underestimate her just because she’s a little girl. “Dora The Explorer” is a multibillion-dollar franchise that may be creating a more enlightened generation, more open to different people and cultures not their own.
Ten years have passed since the Latina Dora became the first bilingual heroine of children’s TV and conquered the hearts of kids around the world. Nickelodeon has celebrated the anniversary with a one-hour special that features the voices of Rosie Perez, John Leguizamo and Hector Elizondo, and a documentary with comments from Dora herself, the series’ creators, experts from the industry, real-life kids and celebrities such as Salma Hayek and Shakira.
“I think that the fact that kids are identifying with a kid with darker color skin that speaks another language (shows they are more open),” said Chris Gifford, one of the show’s creators and executive producers. “Kids want their parents to read them the books and watch Dora with them. … That’s what it’s about.”
Yet, the original idea for the show had nothing to do with a bilingual girl.
“She didn’t start as a Latina or a heroine — she was a forest animal,” said co-creator and executive producer Valerie Walsh Valdes. “Nickelodeon actually asked us to consider making her a Latina because a recent study said that there were no positive bilingual characters on children’s television.”
So producers turned to such experts as historian Carlos E. Cortes, author of “The Children Are Watching” and “The Making — and Remaking — of a Multiculturalist.”
Samuel “Redstone,” creator and executive chairman of Viacom, is one of the biggest media moguls in the United States. His entire empire is aimed at promoting radical left-wing ideology, miscegenation, and multiculturalism towards children and teens through MTV, VH1, and Nickelodeon.