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Kevin Swanson: Disney's "Frozen" leads kids to witchcraft

Kevin Swanson
Kevin Swanson
Justin Rosario

Kevin Swanson has a well-established pattern of responding to anything that might encourage girls to aspire to be anything other than housewives with uptight rage, so it came as little surprise when, during the March 26, 2014 broadcast of his radio show, he insisted that Disney's Oscar-winning Frozen and other movies like it "are the means that children are led into witchcraft."

Swanson bases this on a general spin on the American Taliban's chief rhetoric. Only this time, instead of insisting that anything but exclusive favoritism of Christians is discriminatory against Christians, Swanson insists that anything in which God is not the only source of power is Satanic:

I wish that people would step back and ask: What's the ethic? What's the basic metaphysic? In many of these movies produced in Hollywood, God is not the source of power, God's not the ultimate source of ethics. And when God's not the source of power, then power is something that is achieved from within oneself or within the closed universe, something to discover from within the closed universe. These magical powers you find in these movies oftentimes not attributed to God himself, God is not recognized, God is not worshiped, God is not seen as the source of power and thus many of these magical tales turn out to be a means by which children are led into witchcraft.

This is not even the first time Swanson lashed out at Disney's Frozen. He had previously claimed that the film was Satanic and trying to turn little girls into lesbians because the "act of true love" at the end isn't with a dashing prince.

It likely will be hard for Swanson to ever accept the fact that God may not have wanted everything to be handed to him on a silver platter just because he was born with white skin and a penis, but the only alternative to acceptance is to continue kicking and screaming until his family finally has him committed.