Alt Right Advice Special Edition: A Guide to Your Kids' PBS TV Shows

Note: The waifus of Alt Right Advice have been getting requests for pro-White reading and viewing options for kids, so in an ongoing effort to provide assistance to parents on how to prevent the pozz, here’s a take on PBS kids' shows.

In today’s culturally enriched world, it’s hard to provide your kids with sensible entertainment that doesn’t teach them to hate their own Whiteness or learn espagnol.

"Screen time" is an inevitability unless you plan to go full 1488 and thoroughly isolate your kids from the degeneracy of television, public schools, and major metropolitan areas. Thus it’s likely that a shitty, noisy cartoon will find its way to your children’s hungry eyes and ears.

If you’ve done the smart thing and canceled cable, thereby limiting Jewish influence at least in your own home, you might still have terrestrial TV or streaming shows. PBS, the People’s Bullshit Station, has always been a bastion of liberal thinking, and the public holds false confidence that its programming is entirely wholesome.

It’s your responsibility to know what garbage these shitlibs are trying to infect your little guys and gals with so you can limit their exposure to the worst of it.

Thomas and Friends

Let a solitary tear roll down your cheek as you fondly recall ye olde England with its polite conversation, hardy work ethic, proud steam engines, and rolling hillsides not crawling with street shitters and Muslim rapists. Unfortunately, this show can be profoundly boring, thus quickly losing your kid’s interest. And when the trains argue with one another over dumb crap like who gets a wash in the train yard first, you want to shake the shit out of them to remind them that their cultural and racial demise is swiftly approaching and they must work together to save England. Still, the majority of episodes are wholesome and pro-white, despite the producers recently caving to liberal demands that they diversify the trains. Seriously.

Hate score: 2/10

Wild Kratts

Here we have a show created by and starring two knowledgeable, fit, white brothers who aren’t afraid to show their tender sides and love for animals, no matter how creepy or gross those critters are. It’s a terrific example of our race's compassionate and environmental side when we're not making oven jokes. The Kratts do have a diverse “team” (can’t have a PBS show with just White folks, can we?!) but at least the dark chick makes mistakes all the time, just like in real life.

Hate score: 3/10

Curious George

Everyone has seen snippets of Curious George, which features a clever monkey who tries to solve problems and inevitably ends up in heaps of trouble all the time. George’s owner, the man in the yellow hat, is the typical klutzy, retarded white man always being peddled on the Jewtube. No joke: the guy is a total moron who lets an actual goddamn monkey use the stove and order pizzas. And George - a “chimp” - engages in these daily hijinks without repercussion even when he ruins property and other people’s lives. Sound familiar?

Hate score: 5/10

Caillou

This show is disturbing, boring, and annoying all at once, so you have to wonder why it captivates your children. The protagonist is a remarkably insipid, craven French kid; he is such a milquetoast he nearly lends credibility to the arguments that diversity spices things up and that White people have no culture. You’ll be profoundly agitated by how badly you want to call on your inner bully and pound on this kid, making you feel like a race traitor and child abuser. This show may, in fact, be an intentional, well-crafted jab from the Jews.

Hate score: 6/10

Dinosaur Train

Dinosaur Train, though innocent sounding, is literally about a cucked dinosaur family. As the opening theme explains: a mom dino excitedly watches her eggs hatch but – what’s that? - there’s an extra mystery egg! Thus a creepy baby T-Rex is welcomed into this docile, pure, herbivore family. The mom says rubbish like, “Well this is your nest and I’m your mom… we’re all just creatures, and all dinosaurs have different features!” just like the liberal lizard traitor that she is. This “blended” family then goes on adventures to meet other dinosaurs, learning about each other and signaling that their differences make them stronger even though you know the T-Rex will one day eat them all. Meanwhile, you’re screaming at the TV like, “They’re all EXTINCT now, YOU IDIOTS, and this is OUR future if we follow this example!”

Hate score: 8/10

Sesame Street

We all grew up watching this classic, and our fond memories are what make it the most dangerous – because it's far more pozzed than it used to be. The most Alt-Right-like character on the show is Oscar the Grouch, and of course he’s feared, maligned, and repugnant, as he just wants to be left alone. Can you blame him for not wanting to engage in the revolting vibrancy all around his garbage can enclave? The other "White" guys are Bert and Ernie (homos), Big Bird (man-child), and The Count (autistic vampire). This show is blatant propaganda, and even features Spanish-only segments. It makes you wonder if it’s actually written by La Raza. But then you remember they don’t have the ingenuity or agency to pull it off; it’s up to Whitey to foot the PBS bills and create this propaganda or be branded a racist. The worst part? How entertaining the show is: the high production value and legitimate movie/music/sportsball guest stars make it endlessly watchable, and you know your kids are being deftly brainwashed.

Hate score: 10/10

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