It makes the most sense throughout the world when animals act like animals and people act like people. Some parrots can learn to speak a bit, but there’s generally a noticeable divide between the two groups. However, in modern kids’ movies we can see a thorough mix of animals acting like people and people acting like animals. There is no firmly-placed wall between the two groups. An animated human can converse with inanimate objects, someone’s pet dog, a plethora of cakes, and then go swing through the trees and screech at people like an ape until a talking goose or something tells the person to calm down.
It is almost as if it is intended to desensitize the upcoming generation to the idea of humans acting like animals (or subhumans for that matter). This repulsion is currently one of the tings preventing cross-breeding between the races through the natural desire to create the best children possible – which means that having children who cannot behave in a civilized manner would not be seen as a good thing.
If the upcoming generation becomes desensitized to degenerate behavior, cross-breeding could become more likely – after it has been engraved in peoples’ minds during their childhood of course – because it removes the perception of something negative from people who probably are not the best people to mate with, thus speeding the genocide of the European man.
This is why it is becoming increasingly important for parents to keep an eye on their children and make sure they are not being influenced by anything that will negatively affect their future. But of course, this is difficult. That’s why it’s possible to block channels from televisions and websites from computers. I actually recommend getting rid of the television and having the parents and kids find outdoor activities to do together for learning and bonding time, but I understand that many people these days are unwilling to budge on the “electronic babysitter” issue. It disappoints me.