The other film that I found repulsive was The Children of Genghis from Mongolia. Once again, the underlying lesson for children is that Mongolians are incapable of taking care of themselves and they need foreigners, in this case an American aid worker, to save them from themselves—by bringing in helmets to protect child horseback riders. And then there’s the worshipping of Genghis Khan, whom the film treats like a glorious national role model. In fact, he was a bloodthirsty, genocidal maniac who ordered the slaughter of millions of innocent civilians, including children.