Moonbats, Problematic & Offensive Disney Films

Diogenes’ Middle Finger: I have to admit, when I first heard gay Hollywood had gained control of Disney Studios I expected the worst. But the infectious stew of Political Correct Theology and Self-Righteous Hypocrisy that has since swept Hollywood actors burns even hotter than any of us predicted. Recent case-in-point are two actresses who have publicly for some reason announced they no longer allow their children to be negatively influenced by some classic Disney animated films made from fairy tales beloved by past generations, because Snow White is kissed non-consentually by a necrophilic prince, and “Cinderella” and “The Little Mermaid” reinforce the sexist “damsel in distress” theme.

As I have said here numerous times, I didn’t give a shit about their opinions when these over-payed Hollywood imbeciles were waiting on my table, and I still don’t. I rarely see their work. But, it’s bad enough we already have Whoopi Goldberg giving us a  politically correct warning at the beginning of the video box sets of classic Warner Bros. LooneyToons Cartoons, that I can’t help but wonder how long before the same is mandated for a Hans Christian Anderson or Brothers Grime Fairy tales.

Matt Walsh takes all this to an obvious conclusion with a tongue-and-cheek attack on Disney’s disgracefully animated sexism and bigotry that Hollywood feminist believe threatens the minds of children. There has to be a statue of Walt somewhere that needs to be torn down. MORE

14 Comments on Moonbats, Problematic & Offensive Disney Films

  1. Disney ‘jumped the shark’ a long time ago … they killed the ‘childhood’ experience of Disney World & Disneyland … it’s no more than ‘public education’ indoctrination now

    btw, was I the only one rooting for the Three Bears to kick Goldilocks’ ass after trashing their place?

  2. And yet Old Yeller and Bambi are both among the top 25 horror movies of all time because they traumatized a bunch of ninny Baby Boomers. My next oldest brother was traumatized by the talking trees in the 1960’s version of Babe’s In Toyland so much so that he had to drink warm milk in order to sleep, we still kid him about that.

  3. If you study John Dewey and the takeover of the public schools you know that this is a deliberate and systematic effort on the part of the Utopian stateists. The Boy Scouts is another example. FWIW the Trump Administration is considering RICO moving on violations against The Catholic Church.

    I have mixed feelings on that one, it goes after the organization and that opens up all Chyrch property to US Government seizure and that potentiallypunishes those who have been fighting for decades against the homosexual rapist element and God knows that the US Government has done as much as anyone to scuttle any efforts in that direction.

  4. What they touch they befoul
    beyond redemption. Evil in
    heart and mind the left has
    finally made the mistake of
    dropping its mask too soon
    as TDS makes them insane.

  5. Imagine my shame when my fifteen-year-old (then more like twelve) reduced my conservative cred by testing my fairy tale knowledge. They actually are really much more super gory and violent than I was taught as a child, and not only did I not know that, I didn’t know I didn’t know.

    For those who haven’t yet read the backgrounds of these tales, I highly recommend.

  6. Walt was a 33rd degree mason.
    He was also HEAVILY influenced by
    the occult.This world is a battle ground
    between God & Satan… choose wisely.

  7. Fantasia was a good movie until the very dark ending with Night On Bald Mountain by Mussorgsky, then it became very demonic and scary even though Ave Maria was the last part of Fantasia. It’s the one part of Fantasia I can do without.

  8. Dilemma of the insane

    If the woman acts like a woman, the feminists get angry.

    If the woman acts like a man, then shouldn’t they also be angry since by definition they are man-haters?

    And what if a non-toxic male acts like a woman, then isn’t that also a negative female stereotype?

  9. Disney movies, even [gasp] ones from the 90s, are for the most part, well made and very imaginative. I personally love them and as a child was obsessed with Cinderella, The Little Mermaid, and Beauty and the Beast.

    The entire idea of ‘permission’ being needed when the mythical ‘True Love’ [a fairy tale staple] is involved, is insane. When I was young I knew why Snow White was kissed by the prince, she was under a sleeping curse, and the Prince thought that she was dead, so he kissed her gently because he loved her. [BOOM] Curse broken because it’s true love.

    Sleeping Beauty? The good fairies tell the prince ALLLL about the curse, and how he needs to kill the evil fairy, and kiss Aurora to break the spell. They’d already met once before too, and clearly were into each other so where is the problem there?

    Beauty and the Beast? Belle ended up loving the Beast despite his ghastly appearance, and because she loved him even though he was a monster, he turned back into a man. A great thing to teach your kids if you ask me, it’s the beauty on the inside that counts. Why is that a bad thing?

    etc, etc.

    The leftists can kiss their own asses, and mind their own business, there’s an excellent reason why these fairy tales, and in turn their Disney counterparts, are considered classics and beloved by most people.

  10. I saw this on TV, the actress was featured in several Pirates of the Carribean movies which were produced by Disney, hopefully, this will kill her career.


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