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The Sinister Ideology Of Disney

Through the years, the wonderful world of Disney movies brought us the incomparable Mickey Mouse and Goofy, the magical Aladdin and the innocent and curious Simba. But were these lovable characters mere distractions from the true sinister ideology behind the Disney productions?

Truth be told, Disney movies are wicked and should be kept away from our children. They are filled with subliminal messages promoting Satanic symbolism and sorcery. Their goal: getting into your mind and controlling your thought process by supernatural or demonic means, such as sexual innuendos in The Lion King and Aladdin. In Beauty and the Beast, a nude woman subliminally pops up on the screen several times. And all this right before our eyes. It’s mind-blowing.

The following video, presented by The Truth Hunter channel, breaks down some of the subliminal messages in these films and reveals the real story behind the company and its patriarch, Walt Disney.




Hollywood’s War Propaganda

Many secrets lie waiting to be explored in Hollywood, but here’s one of the most persistent: Hollywood has always been a big part of the U.S. war machine. Mark Dice gives us many concrete examples, ranging from cartoons with Walt Disney’s Donald Duck to the teenage war drama Red Dawn.




Secret Of The Labyrinth

In Hindu scripture, Mount Meru is considered to be the center not only of the physical universe, but also its spiritual equivalent. Where is Mount Meru on Planet Earth? Near the North Pole? Or conversely, the South Pole and Antarctica? Are we occupying a globe or a crater? What does Tesla have to do with the Labyrinth? How about Walt Disney? David Bowie? Where does The Game of Thrones fit into the picture? Tesla?




From The Memory Hole

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Last week I featured Barney Bear, MGM’s first original cartoon star, created by Rudolph Ising. Of course, Ising and his partner Hugh Harman had been in the biz since the early silent era, working for Disney when young Walt was making Felix The Cat knockoffs in Kansas City, ultimately winding-up with him in California making Oswald the Lucky Rabbit pictures for Universal. Seeing how Walt lost Oswald to his distributors, Harman and Ising made sure to copyright their own character creation for themselves.

The character they created is of considerable importance to the history of American animation. But, due to the cancer of Political Correctness, has been downplayed and subjected to revision for decades. For, you see, Bosko was a little n*gger… Back in the 1980s I saw an early model sheet at a museum exhibit, and that’s exactly how he was identified on the page. (Minus the asterisk, which is for BitChute’s censors.)

A Negro caricature wasn’t considered offensive in the early 1930s, when people were too busy surviving the Depression to be a bunch of oversensitive snowflakes. Mickey Mouse and many other ‘toons were basically minstrel show blackface as well. But Bosko didn’t have the fig leaf of being a non-human in later years.

He was the first star of the LOONEY TUNES before Bugs, Daffy, or even Porky had been thought-of. When things went sour between Harman-Ising and the middle-man selling their shorts to Warner Bros., they were able to walk and take Bosko with them! They then used him in some of the HAPPY HARMONIES pictures they made for MGM distribution… Now with Bosko in color, for what little difference that made. His ’20s design didn’t benefit much from the added spectrum, and was becoming dated pretty quickly. So he got a major redesign…

And here’s where all the later apologists who claimed he was a “living inkblot” of no particular race, ethnicity, or even species fall on their faces. In ’35 Bosko got updated with far more realistic detail, and was undeniably a negro boy.

That redesign lasted just seven outings. But he got yet another over half a century later, when he and his girlfriend Honey made a comeback in an episode of TINY TOON ADVENTURES on TV. For that appearance, they retconned the couple into anthropomorphic animals of vague species.

Here are his first WB and MGM pictures, along with his 1935 MGM new look. More from the OldHorseman.




 

The Bear That Couldn’t Sleep

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Hugh Harman and Rudy Ising were working for Uncle Walt long before the Mouse came into being. So they were around to see him get screwed on the deal with his production company’s first major star, Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. To avoid having that sort of thing happen to them, they made sure to copyright the Bosko character in their own names! When their first big job, producing the earliest Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies to be released by Warner Brothers, went sour after a few years, they were able to take Bosko with them, ultimately using him in the Happy Harmonies they made for MGM.

The subcontractor studio thing was always problematic. So MGM brought cartoon production in-house. Rudy and Hugh eventually wound up as employees of the MGM animation department. It was in that capacity that the former created the first original MGM cartoon star, Barney Bear. This generally good-natured, mostly-anthropomorphic grizzly never rose to the popularity of later MGM characters like Tom & Jerry or Droopy, but he did get twenty-six classic theatrical shorts over a decade and a half. He was a regular in the MGM print publications, and has turned up regularly in projects featuring the studio’s characters all the way through today.

Here is his first appearance from 1939. More from the OldHorseman.




 

Disney Japan’s Gender Bender

Disney Japan is going the way of the world, dropping all gender distinctions and references. No longer will visitors be greeted as “ladies and gentlemen” or as “children” welcome to visit the magical kingdom. Now, the new address simply as “Hello, everyone.” How drab and boring can you get? More from Magog of Morskar.




Wonderful World Of Color

Hey kids (of all ages), it’s Saturday Morning Cartoon time again!

Okay, cheating just a wee bit here, as this was originally from the other side of the weekend. BitChute viewer Alkaline777 requested the brainy uncle of a certain animated, white waterfowl a few weeks ago. So here’s the first appearance of Professor Ludwig Von Drake!

Uncle Walt’s showcase had already been a staple of Sunday evening TV programming for years before color broadcasting really started to catch-on. So he moved his series over to NBC, which was on the cutting edge of the technology. The premier on the network featured Walt’s first created-for-TV cartoon character, who served as a co-host. The first half of this episode is a veritable infomercial (decades before those became a thing) for color televisions… The leading manufacturer of which happened to be NBC’s parent corporation.

The second half features an Oscar-nominated educational-ish ‘toon from a couple years earlier starring Ludwig’s nephew. “Donald In Mathmagicland” is the very first in all of Disney’s stable of cartoon shorts to be aired on TV in color.

From September 1961. More from the OldHorseman.




Muppets Bad, Porn Good

In an astonishing move, Disney is forcing viewers to agree to a legal disclaimer before allowing them to watch any episode of the iconic Muppet Show, citing the program as being ‘harmful’ and ‘offensive’ due to racial insensitivity. Yet, Disney has no issues putting pornographic images and subliminal messages in their movies and television shows, as well as sexualizing and abusing their own young talent.

Tonight, we examine the sordid history of Walt Disney and present evidence that their stars have been sexually abused. Plus…Ronnie McMullen discusses COVID-19, vaccines, the economy and chemtrails. And…we’ll tell you where you can legally obtain hydroxychloroquine without leaving your home. Leave the world you think you know behind and join David Zublick at the Dark Outpost!




 

The Real Walt Disney

The man who many believe to be the genius who brought joy to millions of children and adults, may not have been what he seemed. If the world only had the eyes to see the fibers which lay under the surface of Walt Disney’s image, they’d tar and feather him, and drag him through the streets. If only they knew what Disney’s primary goal was. His legacy and his dark agenda live on through secret societies, CIA and FBI relationships and pedophilia. And now…there is a connection to Jeffrey Epstein. More from David Zublick.




Something Strange at Disney

“Something Strange is Happening with Disney” is a documentary meant for educational purposes, covering the history of the Walt Disney Company and the power it holds now as a mega-corporation.

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Disney’s corrupt Captain Marvel grift is exposed! Now, it all makes sense. More from ComicArtistsPro Secrets.

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