Cancel culture mob brands Paw Patrol of ‘indoctrinating children into a pro-police stance’

Cancel Culture Mafia Brands Paw Patrol ‘Copaganda’ That ‘Indoctrinates Kids To Pro-Police Stance’

  • Paw Patrol team faces anger from awake brigade and show branded ‘copaganda’
  • Critics argue that the popular children’s animated series portrays the police in a positive light
  • The cartoon’s opponents say Chase, a German Shepherd police officer, is portrayed as braver than the other characters










They are the fearless dog rescuers with an inexhaustible ability to solve even the toughest of problems.

But now the Paw Patrol team faces one of their toughest situations yet: the wrath of the awake brigade.

Critics of a new big-screen version of the popular children’s animated series have called it “copaganda” because it portrays the police in a positive light.

In one of the more bizarre social media controversies, the cartoon’s opponents say that Chase, a German Shepherd police officer, is portrayed as braver than the other characters.

In one post, an outraged critic wrote: “Paw Patrol is definitely copaganda and the fact that they put Chase as the star at the center is meant to indoctrinate kids into a pro-police stance early on.”

The Paw Patrol team faces one of their toughest situations yet: the wrath of the awake brigade

Another was furious on Twitter: “Virtually all the rescues that happened could be handled by Marshall (fire dog) and Skye (air rescue dog) – but they focused in the film around Chase (the police dog) as the hero.”

Meanwhile, a scene in the film where Chase claims to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder is accused of encouraging children to believe that the police are empathetic.

It’s not the left’s only criticism of the U-certificate film.

In its review, The Guardian suggested it was “authoritarian neoliberal propaganda” and criticized its “patriarchal gender performance” because most animated puppies are male. Only one of the six original dogs – Skye, a cockapoo helicopter pilot – is a woman.

Critics of a new big-screen version of the popular children's animated series have branded it

Critics of a new big-screen version of the popular children’s animated series have called it “copaganda” because it portrays the police in a positive light.

The rest of the patrol – motto: ‘No job is too big, no pup is too small’ – consists of Marshall, a Dalmatian firefighter; Rubble, a bulldog construction worker; Rocky, a bastard who drives a recycling truck; and Zuma, a labrador who travels on a hovercraft.

Created in 2013 by British TV writer Keith Chapman, the man behind Bob The Builder, the series has been voted one of the top ten children’s TV shows of all time in a poll.

Those who made the “copaganda” claims could cite research showing Chase has been the “first responder” 222 times on the TV show’s eight series, compared to closest rival Rocky, who has received 162 emergencies to get on. to solve.

Paw Patrol: The Movie, starring Kim Kardashian and Jimmy Kimmel in voice-over roles, has raised £35 million at box offices around the world since its release earlier this month.

Variety, the respected magazine for the film industry, gave the film a favorable review, describing it as gripping and with a “brutal sense of humor.”

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