The Mouse Wants To Talk To Your Children About Sex and Slavery


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Woke Disney’s New Kids’ Christmas Film Features Homosexual Parents, Sexually Charged Dialogue

However, instead of lighthearted fare, viewers are once again treated to Disney’s political agenda and its need to pump the gay lifestyle into every project. And this particular film is rated TV-PG!

Indeed, the film only gets about 12 minutes in before viewers are treated to a family with “two dads” as kids sit around the Christmas tree opening gifts on Christmas morning, The Federalist reported.

Naturally, the two-dad family is treated as perfectly normal. But that is only the first LGBT agenda-driven segment because only ten minutes later two of the boys in the movie are seen talking about “hot” guys.

One of the characters named Jon (Deric McCabe), who is portrayed as exhibiting obvious gay characteristics, is talking with another boy about his own line of clothing. The character then tells his friend he offered his sell his designs to a boy, and says, “I told that hottie over there I’d sell it to him for $200.”

There is at least one more scene with gay sexual content when Jon describes yet another boy as “cute.”

The Federalist’s Eleanor Bartow notes that the film does not pinpoint what age Jon is supposed to be in the film, but he is palling around with fifth-graders and some of the kids in the film are even younger.

The star of the film, Winslow Fegley who portrays the precocious character “Andy,” is called a “Mischievous fifth grader” in Disney’s summation of the movie.

So, what we have here is Disney once again sexualizing kids under 11 years of age.


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Disney Hit with Federal Civil Rights Complaint over DEI — Alleges Discrimination Against White Men, Christians, and Jews

These quotas are often disguised as “diversity and inclusion policies” but in some cases, Disney has publicly listed actual percentages when it comes to hiring for its productions.

Among the published quotas is the goal that 50 percent of Disney’s TV series directors must come from “underrepresented groups.”

“It is patently unlawful to consider racial, ethnic, and sex-based characteristics in hiring, training, compensation, and promotion,” America First Legal said in its complaint. “Decades of case law have held that policies that impose racial balancing or quotas in employment, training, or recruitment, such as those presented on Disney’s websites, are prohibited.”

The complaint also cites a leaked internal Disney document that was published by Elon Musk on X.


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Nolte: Math-Challenged Disney Exec Blames Sexist Fans for Serial Flops

This was told to Puck by a Disney executive. Yes, this is what Disney’s executives— the people in charge — think.

This is extraordinary.

For just a moment, let’s forget the politics. Instead, we will focus on…The Math.


What is required to create a box office hit? Here in the States, when it comes to an expensive blockbuster like a Marvel or Star Wars piece of crap movie, you’re talking about $300 million gross. So, if the Disney Grooming Syndicate needs $300 million to have a hit on its hands, how many tickets must Disney sell? The answer is about 33 million.

That 33 million might sound like a lot, but it’s less than ten percent of the U.S. population.

And when you consider that most blockbusters are powered by repeat business, it’s even less than 33 million/ten percent, but let’s stick with that 33 million number.

Do you see where I’m going here?

What we have here is someone who’s risen to an executive level at a multinational corporation like Disney and who is still stupid enough to believe that more than 90 percent of the American population is sexist. Think about it… When less than ten percent of the population is required to turn your movie into a hit, and you blame your flops on sexism, you must believe that more than 90 percent of the population is sexist.

What’s more, this idiot Disney exec must also believe that most of the people who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016 are sexist. Hillary got nearly 66 million votes. Only half of those voters are needed to turn Disney movies into financial successes, so there you go.