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Bob from Bob the Builder is known to have a group of some type of extraterrestrial beings that happen to look like construction machinery. However, throughout the series, he is seen to be abusing and forcing them against their will to work for the slave master Bob the Builder. This is a clear example of how the television series alludes to the slavery era present in the United States during the 1800s. He always suppresses them into manual labor through his “Can we build it?” chants, which reflect upon the mentality of the plantation owners from that era. In addition, the other citizens of the town are like the whites in the South actively supporting them and demanding products while the “slaves” continue to live in a red, cold, and dark shed. Bob the Builder can also continuously buy more “slaves” and fuel his own idea of slavery in the present day. I absolutely cannot believe how such a television show with such a terrible influence to the younger generations can be broadcasted all over the world. I demand congress to ban this so-called “kids” show from countries all over the world, or else I will stalk and enslave Keith Chapman and make sure he learns a lesson.Read More
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