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New disney movie has kids saying that they love satan

Disney’s new Christmas series called Santa Clauses is receiving backlash after a scene in the movie depicts children holding signs reading “We Love You Satan”.

The Santa Clauses is a new children’s tv series on Disney + and is a reboot of the film Santa Clauses starring Tim Allen.

Defenders of the series claim the scene where children are holding the letters which spell out “We Love You Satan” is supposed to say “We Love You Santa” and is just one of the many comedic scenes in the movies but parents aren’t laughing.
 

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I still wonder how the film Frozen became a phenomenon. The girls in high school wouldn't shut up about it. They were teens, not little girls. It was impossible to avoid the hype back 2014.

Did the film had cryptic messages especially in the songs?
 

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I still wonder how the film Frozen became a phenomenon. The girls in high school wouldn't shut up about it. They were teens, not little girls. It was impossible to avoid the hype back 2014.

Did the film had cryptic messages especially in the songs?
Before Anna sings "For the First Time in Forever", she runs out of her room, and there is a stained glass pyramid behind her.
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When Elsa leaves to be by herself, she spells out the word "sex", with snow.
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There is subliminal messaging in the song "Let It Go", when Elsa sings:

"No right, no wrong, no rules for me I'm free"

The song is trying to blur the lines between good and evil, subconsciously making the listener think that evil is good. Also besides those lyrics the whole message of the song itself is quite sinister. When she continuously sings "Let It Go", she is saying to let go of truth/morality, to fulfill her own personal desires, disregarding what is true/moral.
 
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Before Anna sings "For the First Time in Forever", she runs out of her room, and there is a stained glass pyramid behind her.
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When Elsa leaves to be by herself, she spells out the word "sex", with snow.
View attachment 85357

There is subliminal messaging in the song "Let It Go", when Elsa sings:

"No right, no wrong, no rules for me I'm free"

The song is trying to blur the lines between good and evil, subconsciously making the listener think that evil is good. Also besides those lyrics the whole message of the song itself is quite sinister. When she continuously sings "Let It Go", she is saying to let go of truth/morality, to fulfill her own personal desires, disregarding what is true/moral.
usually I would agree with these types of comments, but this is very reaching
she wants to break free with her powers without wanting to remain hidden from the people
 

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usually I would agree with these types of comments, but this is very reaching
she wants to break free with her powers without wanting to remain hidden from the people
That could be the case, but my analysis on the song is just the message that I personally get it from it.
 

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Sorry I haven't gone through the thread but I heard this revealing talk about how Walt Disney was collaborating with the Stanford Research Institute (SRI) on mind control techniques. Disney became an agent of military intelligence, being told if he assisted the government they would help him find his biological mother. Bizarre tales of the evil side of popular children's entertainment:

 

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