Here it is -
Some politically incorrect morals of classic children's tales (courtesy: Esquire magazine)...
'The Cat in the Hat':
Let strangers into your house but don't tell your parents.
'The Polar Express':
If a strange man invites you on a train, follow him, but don't tell your parents.
'Frosty the Snowman':
It's okay to befriend strange men with minimal clothing, but don't tell your parents.
'Jack and the Beanstalk':
Theft pays, so long as the victim looks different from you. And then you kill him.
'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory':
The solution to poverty is corporate-sponsored gambling.