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Netflix is a streaming media company which was founded in 1997. Originally, they were competing with Blockbuster for DVD rentals using a mail order service. Eventually, they became the biggest service to stream movies to customers' TVs by internet for a monthly subscription. Streaming video services require heavy broadband bandwidth usage. It was reported in 2013 that YouTube and Netflix account for half of all internet traffic in North America.[1]

Netflix is a worldwide service with more than 70 million subscribers. The have grown to develop their own shows for distribution such as the popular House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. The service can be accessed on computers (using web browsers), game consoles, Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, tablets, cell phones and IPTV services.

Netflix is publicly traded on the NASDAQ stock market, symbol NFLX.

Netflix was recently listed as one of numerous leftist-controlled companies that have gone "woke" and now support the criminal rioters of Antifa and Black Lives Matter in the wake of the 2020 leftist riots.[2]. It has recently caused backlash due to promoting a show that encourages pedophilia, causing many to cancel their subscriptions. [3] Barack Hussein Obama signed a $50 million deal with Netflix after leaving the White House.

Allegations of distributing child pornography

See also: Cultural Marxism

Senator Ted Cruz requested United States Attorney General William Barr to investigate allegations of Netflix distribution of child pornography:

The video streaming service and content-producer Netflix is currently hosting a film entitled Cuties that sexualizes young girls, including through dance scenes that simulate sexual activities and a scene exposing a minor’s bare breast.

I urge the Department of Justice to investigate the production and distribution of this film to determine whether Netflix, its executives, or the individuals involved in the filming and production of Cuties violated any federal laws against the production and distribution of child pornography.

Two days ago, Netflix released “Cuties” to its subscribers in the United States.

The film, directed by a French director, is ostensibly about an 11-year-old girl in Paris who becomes a member of a provocative dance group with other similarly-aged girls.

The film routinely fetishizes and sexualizes these pre-adolescent girls as they perform dances simulating sexual conduct in revealing clothing, including at least one scene with partial child nudity.

These scenes in and of themselves are harmful.

And it is likely that the filming of this movie created even more explicit and abusive scenes, and that pedophiles across the world in the future will manipulate and imitate this film in abusive ways.

As you know, the Department of Justice has a significant role in preventing the sexual abuse of children.

The Department enforces federal criminal law making it a serious crime to produce or distribute material involving the sexual exploitation of minors, including the filming of minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct. See, e.g., 18 U.S.C. §§ 2251, 2252.

By investigating and prosecuting offenders who possess and distribute images and video sexually depicting minors, the Department both obtains justice for those who have been abused and helps protect children from future sexual abuse and exploitation.
Former Obama National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice is on the board of directors of Netflix.

The preview for the movie "Cuties" resulted in a grand jury in Tyler County, Texas (not to be confused with the city of Tyler, Texas which is in a different county) issuing an indictment in September 2020 against Netflix, charging it with a violation of Texas Penal Code Section 43.262, which prohibits promoting lewd visual material of children "which appeals to the prurient interest in sex and has no serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value".[4][5] The indictment was served on the corporation on October 1, 2020.[6]

See also


  1. Half of Internet Traffic in North America Is Just to Watch Netflix and YouTube, The Wire, May 14, 2013
  2. Here Are The Companies That Support Antifa, Black Lives Matter, and Want You Dead at
  3. "'Powerful story': Netflix defends Cuties movie after critics say it normalizes pedophilia", Washington Examiner, 11 September 2020. (en) 

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