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[This is a racist wiki's article on the television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. No, this is not a parody. Yes, that is a Star of David symbol after Lauren Faust's name.]

To make the toys popular, Hashbro finances the preparation of a movie. The director is Lauren Faust?. The story plays in Equestria, country of the horses. Ponies live a communistic, multicultural society. Most inhabitants of Equestria are mares, who according to the movie have lesbian relations with each other. Many of the actors openly state to be homosexual, in a movie created for children under 12 years old. The series tries to make popular liberal ideas like tolerance and accepting differences and perversions, as if they would be normal and preferable.

[What follows are pictures of some of the characters, along with short descriptions of them.]

Twilight Sparkle, the main actor, a one-horned animal. Quits school to play with friends. That's the example children need.....

Applejack, white farmers mocked as 'White Trash' (Also:Redneck) by Jews and blacks in the USA. This actor parodizes these mocked persons.

Rainbow Dash, openly homosexual, a pegazus horse, who lives with a lesbian griff-bird.

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Pinkie Pie, a pony, who likes sweet food, some interpret this as drug addict.

Steven Magnet, a homosexual water dragon, who cares much about his appearance.

Spike, loves Rarity, a pony, even though he is a dragon. With this besides sodomy also zoophilia or at least miscenegation appears in the series.

Hoity-Toity, Pony, openly homosexual, fashion creator.

Fans

The series was originally written for teenage girls, however, there are boys and men, who are fans of these movies in the USA and Canada. They are degenerated, often homosexual, typically white middle class men, they call themselves "Brony". Their web page (http://www.equestriadaily.com/) is full of images and written material to make sexual aberrations popular. The fans meet regularly and try to convince all people to live as abnormal as they do.

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