First off, the Care Bears are surveying everything every single kid does, 24 hours a day. Look, we know it's the 21st century and we all traded away our personal privacy years ago, but unlike Facebook and its innocent goal of exposing your scat clown fetish to the world for the sake of a few advertising cents, the Care Bears want to forcibly mold your psyche to match their preconceived notions of how you should feel. And you have precisely zero personal choice in the matter. They're like Fuzzy Wuzzy, if instead of a bear Fuzzy Wuzzy was the Thought Police.
Nobody ever questions the Care Bears' authority to decide how individuals should feel or behave. And considering that the Care Bears alter not only bad habits, but also feelings that they consider bad, like sadness and worry -- otherwise known as essential elements of the human experience that help us grow as people -- the whole concept starts looking downright sinister.
"Everything you know is a lie. Join us ... join us ... join uussssss."
The strongest tool in their brainwashing arsenal is the Care Bear Stare, otherwise known as the "We can't call it mind rape because this is a kids' show." Whenever the Care Bears want something badly enough or don't approve of another person's attitude, they force complacency by shooting rainbows and sunshine out of their asses -- er, tummies, sorry -- and flooding the person's mind with love and happy thoughts. Sometimes it's justified, because the bad guys must be stopped (like with the scary uber-villains in the original series), but other times the bears' victims are just being grumpy or expressing their right to dissent. For example, here's a clip from the latest generation, in which the Care Bears use the Stare on a woman who chose to close her store too early:
There are exactly four villains in that clip, and the grumpy star-headed lady ain't one of them. The bears hardly even bothered to negotiate with her; they just skipped straight to the mind rape. If they decide you need a personality adjustment, they'll obviously think nothing of forcibly overpowering your free will to give you one. The whole thing is eerily similar to the cult practice of love bombing.