By Mike King
The once untouchable Walt Disney Co. Empire has had a very rough month of April. Bad publicity, a dying streaming service, sinking stock price, and White Hat Governor’s Ron DeSantis unexpected revocation of a 55-year-old arrangement which gave Disney special tax status and allowed it to self-govern its 25,000-acre Disney World complex. The loss of that designation is the latest battle in an ongoing war between DeSantis and the largest private employer in Florida.
The cosmetic cause of DeSantis / Disney fight is described in the article:
“In March, the governor signed a bill that prohibits classroom instruction and discussion about sexual orientation and gender identity.
The “Parental Rights in Education” law, referred to by critics as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill … has been heralded by conservatives and scorned by L.G.B.T.Q. activists and many school teachers. Although initially silent, Disney joined the debate when its chief executive, Bob Chapek, criticized the bill.
Mr. DeSantis was not happy with Disney’s response. “If Disney wants to pick a fight, they chose the wrong guy,” he wrote.”
In reality, DeSantis was just using Chapek’s forced and timid comments as a pretext to attack Disney because that Evil Empire is loaded with child rapists and promotes filth to children in subtle and not-so-subtle ways. More power to Governor DeSantis … and death to Disney!
The real power above Chapek is Disney Chairbitch Susan Arnold(cough cough), and the six largest shareholders — Blackrock, Vanguard, State Street former Chairman Bob Iger, Allen Braverman and Christine McCarthy. With a list of “usual suspects” like that (and many more in the top ranks of the company), regular readers of The Anti-New York Times certainly don’t need to be told why the Walt Disney Co. (of Florida and California) now pumps out degeneracy and is infested with child rapists. It’s simply what (((they))) do.
But enough about the usual suspects and their usual dirty deeds. Let’s learn a bit about Walt Disney — the good man who, with his brother, Roy — built the company and is surely turning over in his grave as his family name is now inextricably linked with this evil institution which got Judaized after the Disney brothers were gone.
Walter E. Disney was born in Chicago in 1901. He studied art as a boy and went on to work as a commercial illustrator before moving to California to set up the Disney Brothers Studio with his elder brother, Roy. Disney developed the character “Mickey Mouse” in 1928. As his studio grew, he introduced unique feature-length cartoons such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo, Cinderella and Bambi. During the 1950s & 60s, live action films followed, including the successful Mary Poppins. Disney also expanded into the amusement park industry, and opened Disneyland in Anaheim, California. After he died of lung cancer in 1966, Roy then took over and would also oversee the establishment of another resort in Florida. He died in 1971. The Brothers Disney ran a clean film and resort operation which many millions of children enjoyed. They were patriotic, anti-Communist, (Walt was rumored to be “anti-Semitic”) and decent men of business — true American originals. So, what the heck happened to their company?
Following the death of Walt Disney in 1966, the company narrowly survived several takeover attempts by the usual suspects. Years after Roy’s death, in 1984 to be exact, his son and major shareholder, Roy E. Disney, brought in Michael Eisner as CEO and Chairman of the Board to strengthen the company. Eisner then brought in Jeffrey Katzenberg as Walt Disney Studios chairman. Eisner soon became the king and the self-promoting public face of the company, and was very recognized by the children who visited the parks and often asked him for autographs. In a financial sense, Eisner and Katzenberg, and later on, Iger, did succeed in strengthening and expanding Walt Disney Company into a monstrous conglomerate which acquired ABC, The History Channel (50%), ESPN, Touchstone Pictures, Marvel, Lifetime (50%), A&E (50%) and more. But with respects to the cultural and moral elements of the multi-media operation — well, you know.