Wednesday, October 12, 2016 by JD Heyes
Once upon a time the Walt Disney Company was all-American: Apple pie, principled tradition, constitutional government and wholesome values. But those days are long gone.
Today, The Walt Disney Company is nothing more than another globalist entity, having become the second-biggest establishment media conglomerate in the world.
But, as reported by TruthWiki, the company’s one-time persona and reputation has come under fire in recent years. Instead of the family-oriented animation-and-movie company with fun-filled theme parks and Mickey Mouse, the company’s “visionary,” Walt Disney, “is now better known for being a racist, a misogynist, and a Jew-hater,” the whistleblower site noted, and as his grandniece, Abigail Disney, has even admitted.
In fact, Abigail confirmed those charges, first made by famous actress Meryl Streep at a National Board of Review dinner, noting that Walt Disney even founded his own anti-Semitic industry lobby.
TruthWiki also notes that many Disney classics – “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” “Cinderella,” “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Little Mermaid,” among others – push several themes that many of us were not aware of:
— Beauty for women is defined by being slim (and white);
— Women have to be strong AND gentle;
— Weight determines a person’s temperament
— Outward beauty is what makes you special.
In the late 1930s, as World War II was brewing in Europe and the Nazi regime under Adolph Hitler was consolidating power by terrorizing Jews and burning their synagogues and businesses, Walt Disney invited and welcomed pro-Nazi Leni Riefenstahl to Disney studios, to help him construct Jew-hating films for American audiences.
Riefenstahl was a close ally and friend to Hitler and was known for writing, creating and producing documentary films that paid homage to the Nazis. Disney was the only studio willing to screen her movies, while all other Hollywood studios refused, TruthWiki noted.
Fans and shills for Walt Disney will claim he was unaware of all of this racism directed towards those of the Jewish faith, but the evidence suggests otherwise. Art Babbit, himself a Jew, was a Disney animator who created the beloved character Goofy, backs up claims that his boss was a Nazi sympathizer in the 1930s. Babbit said he saw Disney and his lawyer attend a meeting of the German American Bund, a pro-Nazi group that was known for distributing Hitler’s propaganda films.
As for the stereotypes, many believe that they could not have been devised by accident. “Take notice that in nearly all Disney movies, the men only need to be strong to be heroes, but in Disney movies Pocahontas and Mulan, the female heroes must possess other character traits in order to be “complete,” including gentleness, thoughtfulness, kindness, humility, and you get the message,” TruthWiki noted.
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