Disney Pedophile Agenda

What should parents think about Disney’s position on grooming children for sex?

Technology is being used to record what the powerful people of the world are saying, so the rest of us can find out what they really think, and plan accordingly. One of the largest corporations that caters to parents of young children is the Disney corporation. After we see some anti-child comments by Disney executives, we’ll look at some sex crimes committed by Disney employees against children.

Here’s a story from Legal Insurrection.

Disney corporate president Karey Burke says:

“I’m here as a mother of two queer children, actually, one transgender child, and one pansexual child and — and also as a leader. And that was the thing that really got me because I have heard so much from so many of my colleagues over the course of the last couple of weeks, in open forums, and through emails and phone conversations. And I feel a responsibility to speak, not just for myself, but for them. To all of us, we had a — we had an open forum last week at 20th, where, again, the home of really incredible, groundbreaking LGBTQIA stories over the years, where one of our execs stood up and said, ‘You know, we only have a handful of queer leads in our content.’ And I went, ‘What? That can’t be true!’ And I — and I — and I realized, ‘Oh, it actually is true.’ We have many, many, many LGBTQIA characters in our stories, and — and — and yet, we don’t have enough leads and narratives in which gay characters just — just get to be characters and — and not have to be about gay stories. And so that’s been very eye-opening for me.”


Disney executive producer Latoya Raveneau says:

“Our leadership over there has been so welcoming to like, my like, not-at-all secret gay agenda… I felt like… maybe it was that way in the past, but I guess, like, something must have happened… They’re turning it around, and then all that momentum that I felt, that sense of ‘I don’t have to be afraid, let’s have these two characters kiss in the background…wherever I could, I was basically adding queerness to the show, if you see anything queer in the show, ‘The Proud Family,’ nobody would stop me and nobody was trying to stop me.”


I found a very interesting article over at the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal, that talks about some of the crimes committed by Disney employees with children.


But behind its meticulously curated self-image, Disney has had a long-standing problem with child predators gaining employment within the company and exploiting minors. In 2014, reporters at CNN published a bombshell six-month investigation that discovered at least 35 Disney employees had been arrested for sex crimes against children, attempting to meet minors for sex, and possession of child pornography over the previous eight years.

Disney didn’t learn anything from the 2014 CNN story:

Even after the CNN report, Disney has seen a steady stream of employees caught in the dragnet for child predators. In 2019, police arrested a Disney cruise “youth host” for molesting a ten-year-old boy in the ship’s “Oceaneer Kids Lab” and, later that year, arrested another Disney cruise employee for raping a girl “over 100 times” at her home starting when she was 11 years old. (The charges regarding the molestation of the ten-year-old boy were later dropped when the parents did not want to bring the child in for testimony at trial.) Since then, three Disney employees have been arrested for soliciting sex with minors, two have been arrested on 40 total counts of child pornography, and four more were arrested earlier this month in a sting operation targeting “human trafficking, child predators, and prostitution.”

Disney’s attitude to sex crimes with children is to cover them up, and water down the laws against sex crimes:

In 2014, after a crewmember on the Disney Dream cruise ship was caught on security cameras molesting an 11-year-old girl, Disney authorities failed to report the crime until after the ship had left port, which allowed the man to evade arrest. When one security officer protested, Disney authorities allegedly told her to “keep your mouth shut” about the crime. Moreover, according to advocates associated with the International Cruise Victims organization, Disney’s trade-association lobbyists had worked to oppose and then water down federal legislation that would have required stringent safety and reporting protocols for sexual abuse on cruise ships.

So what should we think of these “compassionate” Disney people, who want to promote a sexual agenda to young children, on the grounds of “inclusion” and “tolerance”? Well, what I think is that their “don’t judge” religion really means “don’t protect the weak from predators”. And that’s not surprising – secular leftism has always championed the rights of the strong over the weak. Survival of the fittest – that’s their religion. They don’t judge the predators because they want to be liked by the predators.

5 thoughts on “What should parents think about Disney’s position on grooming children for sex?”

  1. Thank you for reporting the truth about predators and paedophiles. I don’t know what disgusts me most: how the predators gravitate to where they have access to children, or, parents who deliberately corrupt their children to make them queer?


      1. Yes, there is a tendency to allow children to do what they like, including indulgence in illegal drugs. The whole point of learning is to do so safely and not through bitter experiences.


      2. Almost as if they don’t get that learning to follow the commands of God aren’t some of the most important things we learn in this life.

        The saying of even the devil believes has truth.

        Following God and repenting of sin is one of the main things God desires in those that follow after him.

        And teaching your kids to follow after God is the most important thing they can have. It is better to lose things of the world to save your soul. As a paraphrase of a popular verse


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