Anime Poison Banned in Russia

Anime Poison Banned in Russia

The Japanese animation world may look cute and amusing at first glance, but the 'anime' genre in in truth a cesspit of pornography, paedophilia, violence and social disintegration. The poison is allowed to seep into the minds of vulnerable children and impressionable adolescents all over the liberal world, but one nation is awake to the danger and taking action.

 Last year the pages of "AnimeGo", "Anime Pik" and "Anime bit" sites were banned in Russia, where they had been available with Russian voiceovers.

Now St. Petersburg courts have banned links to eight anime: "Tokyo Gul," "Death Notebook," "Prince of Darkness from the Back Desk," "Still Life in Grayscale," "Blade Manju," "Elf Song," "Inuyashiki" and "Aki and Sora." Most of them are blocked because they contain "information harmful to the health of minors". In addition, the prosecutor's office has requested that the anime "Tokyo Terror" and "Naruto" be banned.

During the inspection, the prosecutor, who filed a lawsuit to declare the information banned for distribution in the Russian Federation, found that the page with the anime "Party of the Dead: tortured souls" contains "inappropriate materials focused on creating motivation in minors for destructive illegal behavior, including the use of violence against others."

It was also noted that the video contains brutally realistic scenes related to murder, blood, methods of killing. The court warned that such information is psychotraumatic, harmful to the health and development of children.