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#BoycottDisney — And, After They Surrender, Boycott The Next One

Here is one of a series of videos exposing Disney’s open conspiracy to groom and corrupt your kids.

Rufo has many more (example) on his time line.

In quick response to these, the tag #BoycottDisney had a brief moment. It should be more than brief. It should be total. It should exist until the company publicly surrenders.

When I said this on Twitter (and recall all my tweets die horribly of coronadoom after seven days), one of my mutuals reminded me of this:

Alinsky 13: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it.”

The pervert community at Disney has said, out loud, that they plan on indoctrinating and grooming your children (and their own). It is a conspiracy, but in no way theoretical. It is real and is happening. Has happened, too, judging by Disney’s past actions.

Look, friends, it costs you no money and no time to boycott Disney. They make nothing you need. Not one thing. You can live fine, you can live better, not owning any product they make, not viewing any media they produce. It is simplicity itself to take away what Disney loves best—money. Just do not give any of yours to them.

If you give them your money, you—not they: you—are contributing to this. Why would you do this? Do you need entertaining that badly? Did you not realize that you have a library that will let you take any book you want and read it for free?

One of the woke, and a pronoun priest at that, realized what a boycott would mean:

What on this list is a necessity? What of any of these things, if it were removed from your life, would not improve your life?

Boycott them all.

Incidentally, it’s less transparent, but if you buy cable, you pay for ESPN even if you do not subscribe to the service. This is so for CNN, and a host of other cable programming, too. A portion of your bill goes directly to woke parent companies. TV antennas cost less than one monthly cable bill, if you really need TV.

There is no reason to make a movement out of this. Boycotting first Disney, then the next woke company, should not be in any way organized, beyond calls like this. There should be no center. If there is no center, there is nothing to attack. Or, rather, there too many targets. If any money is involved in a boycott, it’s too juicy a target for them strike back at.

What they cannot do, not yet anyway, is make you buy entertainment. This is the last prediction of 1984 that has yet to occur.

So boycott Disney. Make them pay, make them suffer.

This really can work. Pick off one company at a time, boycott them. It’s optional to make noise about it. Them noticing the lack of money is message enough.

Why Disney first? I answer: why not?

Here’s their CEO Bob Chapek said after Florida passed their anti-child grooming bill:

To my fellow colleagues, but especially our [pervert] community,

Thank you to all who have reached out to me sharing your pain, frustration and sadness over the company’s response to the Florida “Don’t Say Gay” bill. Speaking to you, reading your messages, and meeting with you have helped me better understand how painful our silence was. It is clear that this is not just an issue about a bill in Florida, but instead yet another challenge to basic human rights. You needed me to be a stronger ally in the fight for equal rights and I let you down. I am sorry.

I changed only one phrase. Chapek said “LGBTQ+”, but since this acronym is ever in flux, so much so that even the woke don’t know what to use, a fixed uncontroversial replacement is needed. Pervert fills this role nicely, encompassing all gender theory and non-procreational sex-like activities. It is the prime word for those who wanted to teach sodomy to kindergartners. Florida banned it, Disney wanted it.

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17 replies »

  1. Sports industry tie-ups with the Disney Goliath (like ESPN, NFL, and briefly the NBA) always struck me as essentially poisonous. I never had a solid justification for this sentiment ~ until one day ~ when I watched an interview with the incumbent NBA Commissioner (since 2014) Adam Silver. Speaking on the topic of Disney launching (its now shuttered) “NBA Experience Venues” inside of their global theme parks, Silver remarked (paraphrase): “The declining popularity of religious services held on Sundays represents an outstanding opportunity for “us” to expand audiences for our sports programming.” Disney has become a corporate mega-cult (a studio for reimagining humble Folk tales into grotty Woke tales).

  2. Chip and Dale are sodomites – obviously- and they always show-up for breakfast with the children who are staying in one of the resorts where sodomites have prolly hidden cameras in the bathroom so the can watch the Father of the children urinate and watch the kids bathing in the tub.

  3. I have boycotted the next one.

    The current issue of Sports Illustrated has an article celebrating that a male swimmer named Lia Thomas beat women swimmers. I cancelled my subscription.

  4. McJagger: “The powers that be ain’t Mormon.”

    Here’s an account of how Disney was transformed from wholesome American studio into producer of pervert porn: Walt Disney’s War With Hollywood’s Jews

    That’s a microcosm of what’s happened to America, and indeed all Christendom. Of course, it bears repeating that none of this would be happening without idiot Christians abandoning the narrow path and joining the synogogue of satan in worshipping a damned golden calf. Get back on the path, fools, and stop feeding the beast.

  5. “as the mother [of] one transgender child and one pansexual child,”

    There’s no way you end up with two children with serious sexual psychological disorders without input from the parents … so who was molesting these children? Mother? Father? One of the lengthy parade of boyfriends (or girlfriends or “whatever”) Mom has brought into the home?

    Either way this person should likely be in prison (if not in the ground) certainly not working at Disney nor in possession of children.

  6. It’s easy to boycott something you have never, nor will ever, use. Honest question for Briggs: why don’t you boycott Twitter? They scrubbed all mention of the NY Post laptop story, thereby helping push Biden’s carcass across the finish line. Polls show that many voters would never have voted for Biden if they had known about the laptop. Twitter is a proud partner of the woke left. Isn’t that reason enough to boycott them?

  7. I haven’t gone to Disneyland in over a decade, and have no plans to return. Disney parks have become grossly overpriced and overcrowded, not to mention Mickey, Donald, and Snow White have taken a back seat to Star Wars, about which I couldn’t care less. The last Disney movie I gave a rat’s ass about was “Mary Poppins”, filmed in 1963. I don’t watch mainstream sports. Boycotting Disney won’t be hard for me, but I’m afraid the masses will keep flocking to Disney parks and movies, watching their tv, and buying their crap. A handful of the sexually mentally challenged is wagging the dog.

  8. Happy *National fact Checkers Day*…!

    Also known as *April Fools Day*…

    Disney is full of fact checkers….

  9. Ah, I cut the cable TV cord some years ago. Sports, networks went crazy/nuts/stupid even before they went woke. I don’t miss the garbage, and neither will you. And I’m so much busier and productive as a result.

  10. Boycott Disney? Fine with me. I really haven’t watched hardly any Hollywood films for the past 5 years or more including Disney. Hollywood is extremely boring and unimaginative anyway.

    Besides, Disney is fine with working with the CCP and the sweatshops in China. And on top of that, they ruined the Stars Wars series with their sjw stupidity. So I care less about Disney and Hollywood in general.

  11. Boycotting woke companies is a gray area for me. Disney is easy – their product itself has become dangerous to their target audience. I wouldn’t even call this a boycott, it’s more of a consumer protection issue. Or rather, a consumer self-protection issue, since existing consumer protection laws can’t begin to address the long-term damage wrought by Disney’s newer products.

    “Don’t Give Money To People Who Hate You” That sounds good, but the book is being sold on Amazon, and $275M of Amazon money was just donated to Planned Parenthood. Sure, you could argue that the $275M is “old” Amazon money, since it’s coming from Bezo’s ex, and how could you have known in the past when you gave Amazon your business that the profits would fund murder in the future? But that’s just another problem with boycotting woke companies, your past dealings with a pre-woke company could be funding future evil. (Some will argue that Planned Parenthood doesn’t hate you, they just do evil things. I would counter that Planned Parenthood supporters must indeed hate blacks, given the relatively high percentage of black babies killed; when the outcome is genocide, the intent is irrelevant.)

    “Blimey, this redistribution of wealth is trickier than I thought.”

  12. Disney is trying to normalise the existence of LGBTQ+ people onscreen, in very much the same way as Gene Rodenberry tried to normalise the existence of black and Asian people onscreen in the original Star Trek. This isn’t ‘grooming’, and neither is sex education in schools.

    If you want examples of actual grooming, look no further than the activities of pedo priests, and if you want an example of something that is metaphorically very much like grooming, look at the fact that Catholicism, like many other religions, relies on ‘grooming’ children to accept its teachings, as it rarely convinces non-indoctrinated adults, except via coercion.

  13. swordfishtrombone – some of your comments in this blog remind me strongly of some ex-Catholic acquaintances of mine. They have (or had) challenging emotional issues they are (or were) dealing with, and although I tried to be supportive and silently listen, it seemed obvious to me they were deflecting, their Catholic upbringing was an easy target for blame. But like all such challenges, the underlying issues will persist if the wrong causal agent is the sole focus. If this describes you, you’ll need to come to this realization on your own, though, no words from others can penetrate this very formidable emotional wall.

    Having said that, I should add that I know many ex-Catholics, and most are grateful for their childhood “grooming” in the Catholic faith, as it has given them a principled grounding that has served them well in life. I would say that most left the Catholic faith because it was too much work, and other religions are easier. In the classic “who would you want in your lifeboat” scenario, I would pick people with a Catholic upbringing, most are very good people.

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