So someone sent us a book about a girl called Isadora Moon, it looks cute and innocent but when you actually read the story its obviously designed to promote multiracial values.
In other words, it sends the idea that it’s okay to be different. Perfectly normal message for children’s fare, but terrifying to Mr. Mighty Whitey here.
The girl is "half fairy half vampire" because her mum is a fairy who had babies with her dad, a vampire, teaching your child that race mixing is fine.
Race mixing is fine. Culturally, it prevents stagnation, as seen with feudal Japan. Genetically, it prevents inbreeding, as seen with dogs.
The fairies and the vampires act differently but their both nice, just so your child learns all cultures are equally valid.
So some cultures are utterly and objectively invalid? By what metric? Who elected you sole arbiter as to which cultures are allowed? And why should I take you seriously as a literary critic when you can’t even use the right “they’re?”
No according to the story vampires just drink red juice, come to think of it lying to defend vampires is really quite like lying to defend Muslims.
Yeah; It’s not actually being done in any meaningful sense that you need to be concerned with. Have you forgotten that vampires aren’t real?! You’re allowed to take creative liberties with fantasy races. Marceline eats shades of red. The Discworld vampires can overcome their thirst for blood by shifting focus to an obsession with something else, be it coffee, photography or politics. Mighty Max had a vampire who sucked blood, but every other bit of traditional vampire lore was thrown out. If you can only see “lying to defend Muslims” in all that, the problem lies with you.
The worst thing is, this interbred mongrel girl ends up going to a normal school because "they don't mind if you're different".
*pfft* Schools accepting the weird kid? Now that’s fantasy.
Anyway, I'm throwing this book in the recycling and I suggest you do too if someone buys it as a "present" for your kids.
And after an endorsement like this, I know what my niece is getting for her birthday.