Tuesday, April 8, 2014

A DARK AGENDA: How Disney is Cultivating Our Childrens’ Imaginations

21st Century Wire

Disney. What could be more wholesome and innocent?

You might want to take a second look at some of that wholesomeness…

Firstly, we can take a look back at some older Disney animated cartoons, some of which are fairly disturbing when you consider the themes that are being conveyed to impressionable young minds. As an exercise, watch the clip below carefully, and try to understand what ideas would a four or five year old take on board after seeing this scene:

In recent years, multimedia advances have enabled Disney to roll out much more complex and technically refined products. Numerous researchers and commentators have been reporting on Disney’s extensive entertainment emporium, with applied psychology found in content ranging from subliminal messaging to sexual and occult imagery, and other adult themes – all subtly placed within all of its children’s animated films.

If any parent took the time to examine in close detail what images and concepts Disney is actually producing through its programs, they might think twice before handing their children’s imagination over to this corporation…

Disney is a culture factory, but what is exactly is it producing, and why?

There are numerous young men who are processed through the Disney child factory, but a much greater percentage of the ‘credentialed’ US mega pop and Hollywood female stars were in fact groomed and trained in the Disney stable – including Demi Lovato, Emmy Rossum, Anne Hathaway, Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, Christy Romano, Christina Aguilera, Lindsay Lohan, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Britney Spears, and Miley Cyrus. These are all “graduates” of the Disney Empire finishing school for young girls.

Perhaps unknown to the youngsters and their parents, their journey as child performer quickly transitions into sexual icon, once they’ve turn 18. In fact, each and every Disney girl listed would eventually release “leaked nude photos”, or gain huge media exposure following a nude, or sex scene in a film. After the routine ‘nude photo’ or sex tape is “leaked”, the public are then given a PR consultancy pre-digested response, along the lines of:

“I want to apologize to my fans, whose support and trust means the world to me. I am embarrassed over this situation and regret having ever taken these photos. I am thankful for the support of my family and friends.”

In the debauched world of Hollywood, where it’s known that young women, and men, are mere commodities for the all power studio executives, agents and lawyers, this news might not seem like such a big deal. But when one considers how much effort Disney goes to in order to paint itself, on the surface anyway, as a wholesome American brand, parents should really question what its true corporate values are beyond the PR speak. Parents should also consider how nearly each and every child and teen idol who survives through the Disney meat grinder as a mainstream personality goes through an identical progression into an adult female sex icon, including the nude photos. Is it a right of passage for a ‘Disney girl’, or is it simply part of a standardized program? One thing is for certain: it is no coincidence.

Is Disney’s role in American society to sexualize young people and degrade morality through its use of subversive psychological conditioning?

In fact, any proper examination of the Disney cultural machine will take you to some very dark corners of applied behavioral psychology. Some of its early works are quietly disappearing from public view, and for good reason, or so it seems…

Hidden in plain sight

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Disney – It’s one of a small handful of media giants that controls what Americans see do and don’t see.

It also has another role. Someone once described it as the “colonization of children’s imaginations.”

It’s a pretty interesting business model. Buy (the rights to fables like) Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, Cinderalla, Sleeping Beauty, Peter Pan and other traditional tales, recast them in your own image, and then OWN them – and thus access to the imaginations of children.

Disney is expert at two things: 1) stealing ideas from others (research the origins of “The Lion King”), and 2) suing those who “infringe” on their intellectual property rights.

They also appear to have another agenda going – why have the early works of Walt Disney been all but erased from public consciousness? It didn’t start with Mickey Mouse…

We recommend you invest some time in watching “The Early Works of Walt Disney.” For starters, go to: http://www.lenonhonorfilms.com

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