Because the children are more innocent beings, when I think of the fact that so many children are corrupted by our company, I just want to quit this job immediately to find another company that has a more effective and real way of learning English based on real interactions. Because real understanding is more physical through daily life-like context and situations, not based on fairy tales or Disney movies. From this perspective, I decide to change my job.
And I know that, throughout so many years, definitely, those parents of the children are ignorant and blind to continuously accept and allow such a brainwashing company to exist. But for the sake of children, should I accept and allow our company and the parents to continue doing things that are of doing no good onto children's growth as a being as life?
Here I'll simply share a perspective considering that it is you and only you who can make such a decision and will share more from my personal experience in what you are looking at as 'the problem.'
I started learning english when I was 4 years old in my school and we in fact used also movies, songs and books to read, I was actually one of the ones that would choose to read R.L. Stine books to integrate reading as a habit within me because it wasn't easy for me to create such habit either, but found that through generating the interest with these books, I later on expanded to many more subjects than just 'horror' so there, be careful on how you're projecting your experience towards kids and their relationship to 'horror', when in fact it can be supportive to develop a reading habit or english reading habit as well - remember it's not about blaming or judging things that exist in our reality but learning to use them to create a particular result or outcome.
I would also watch movies in my school and no, they didn't own any copyright and that wasn't the problem either, the point was to acquire the skills in various methods/ways we could and that our teachers could reach out to use. Not sure how the politics are in China, but there's no problem with that in Mexico or at least not in the school I was in. So, here only considering where the judgment exists towards 'legal or illegal' activities as a personal preference rather than an actual consequence in the system.
Ultimately it's about embracing what is here. Children would most likely get to watch all those disney movies anyways and the rest of books or material even if it wasn't through that company you work on, and yes they are not entirely 'supportive' but little things in this world are geared to be supportive in that sense, so you cannot expect to find a perfect company unless as you say, you create it and that's something you can plan on and consider with care.
What I then share from my experience is how even if I used all of those methods to learn English, what I acquired are the skills and later on through this process I could walk through any of the 'brainwashing' from the materials used for that. Here I expand it to music in my personal case where learning lyrics and the rest of it was a source for learning outside school, also tv shows etc. and also got quite some brainwashing for it that at times I'm still walking, but that's me using the skill to do this self-processing as well.
So, it really depends on each person and their context, understanding and possibly the teacher's input to ensure that what is used to learn English can be assessed through common sense and see it for what it is: a way, a bridge to learn a language. But! See where and how I have directed myself with my English skills, to be here and understand everything published in Desteni and write/read/speak the language fluently where the whole 'learning process' with 'brainwashing materials' is not influencing me at all.
Therefore it is definitely still a point of individual responsibility of how far we allow a point of conditioning to affect us through the education system. As a teacher you can only input some common sense. You could contact Thomas La Grua because he's an English teacher in Taiwan and implementing some interesting courses/material for his students there which are more linked to developing these principles that we work on integrating within ourselves as well through Desteni.
Ultimately, I'd suggest you first check your own judgments towards what is 'out there' in the world system, the materials you work with and your position in it so that you can be certain of your decision in relation to quitting that job or not.
Here I've simply shared extra considerations that I've walked in a personal way and how it is ultimately up to each individual to break-through any possible 'conditioning' through education system and use English as a primary skill in my case to do so, considering I walk this process primarily in English even though it's not my mother tongue either.
Thanks for sharing