Boycotts work

Netherflix is seeing its subscriptions collapse due to popular disgust at its pedophistic support of the film Cuties.

Netflix’s disappointing third quarter earnings was the result of subscribers canceling their service at eight times the usual rate because of anger over the controversial French film Cuties, it has been reported.

Data unearthed by two analytics firms indicate that there was a sharp uptick in the number of people who cancelled their subscriptions at around the same time that calls were growing for a boycott of Netflix over its airing of Cuties. 

Antenna, a data analytics firm that tracks Netflix subscribers, reported a ‘meaningful spike in churn rate’ shortly after the hashtag #CancelNetflix went viral. ‘Churn’ measures the number of subscribers who cancel pay services like Netflix for any reason, according to USA Today. In mid-September, Antenna noted that Netflix was losing five times as many subscribers in the days after the release of Cuties than the company lost in the previous month.

The media loves to proclaim that boycotts don’t work and that conservative consumers are all bark and no bite. But the reason they push this falsehood is precisely because boycotts are extremely effective, and the media is trying to stop them before they start.

Don’t ever provide any support to those who hate you, your faith, and your nation.