WASHINGTON, DC, Apr 6 – Walt is rolling over in his grave as his name gets dragged through the mud. The organization he created to inculcate honorable intentions and lifestyles in young Americans has been hijacked by a leadership hell-bent on destroying the young lives the Disney organization nurtured for almost one hundred years. Walt and his brother Roy created the Disney Brothers Cartoon Studio in 1923. It’s not just a shame; it is a shame of the most egregious proportions.
The hideous whimsy of the new, progressive socialist administration that took over The Walt Disney Company is a mockery that is unacceptable. Walt was true to his mission, as were his successors until now. The “woke” team that has taken over is blatantly committed, not to enhance the lives of young children, but to brainwash the next generations. Their message is to dismiss the right of parents to raise their children and to indoctrinate them to accept a new religion – a diabolical religion that dismisses the Judeo-Christian teachings that have successfully influenced the lives of our youngest citizens for generations.
Walt was not a fan of the kind of Soviet-style programming they intend to inflict upon our children. His mission was to help parents to help their children grow up knowing right from wrong. The new Disney organization, instead, seeks to lead our kids on a hellish path to a degenerative lifestyle. Why? To lend credence to a sexually rebellious way of life in order to justify their own destructive, immoral and Godless existence.
Whether you believe in God or not, the enemy here is trying to take control of our children. They would rather destroy their lives than give them the chance to make their own choices about who they are and who they want to be.
A recent Gallup poll shows that 7.1% of the 12,000 U.S. adults who participated in a survey identified themselves as “lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or something other than heterosexual.”
Yet, the president of Disney’s General Entertainment Content, Karey Burke, recently announced that while the children’s entertainment company already has “many, many LGBTQIA characters in our stories,” she intends to increase the presence of queer characters in their productions. She promised that going forward 50 percent of the characters in future productions will be identified as having an LGBTQ lifestyle. Does that qualify as overkill?
Meanwhile, as an added gesture, Disney’s so-called diversity and inclusion manager, Vivian Ware, says the company has done away with traditional greetings, according to the New York Post. She explained that “we no longer say ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls … It’s hello everyone or hello friends.”
To make sure that we get their new message, the new powers that be at Disney took the liberty of editing Walt Disney’s original greeting as visitors entered his park. Originally, it read: “To all that come to this happy place, welcome. Disneyland is your land. Here age relives fond memories of the past, and here youth may savor the challenge and promise of the future. Disneyland is dedicated to the ideals, the dreams, and the hard facts that have created America… with the hope that it will be a source of joy and inspiration to all the world.”
The new version reads: “To all who come to this happy place, welcome. Disney Parks, Experiences, and Products is committed to creating experiences that support family values for every family and will not stand for discrimination in any form. We oppose any legislation that infringes on basic human rights and stand in solidarity and support our LGBTQIA+ Cast, Crew, and Imagineers and fans who make their voices heard today and every day.”
The Gallup poll cited in this Opinion article also shows that some 93% of U.S. adults identify themselves as being heterosexual, the majority of whom have no gripe with the LGBTQIA+ communities. Poll after poll shows that the majority of us accept their lifestyles. So, why is there a need to cater to their needs rather than the needs of America’s youngest citizens? Or is Disney’s new goal to “convert” those youngsters?
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