The not so Wonderful World of Disney thread

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Wow! Thanks NPC!

This thread has a ton of information. The MK ultra/programming I knew about, but seeing how involved disney is in taking over just about everything. It doesn’t just stop at marvel and star wars. ABC programming and espn are other corporations under disney control.


This evil ass empire really does have a large influence in our current media.
Thank you!
The thread is in it's very early stages as covering Disney and its influence has many many branches of topics. It's like a huge web that needs untangling yet it's pretty hard doing that in a forum as organization is almost impossible in this type of format lol
If you come across anything-Pictures, articles, thoughts please share them!!
 





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Thank you!
The thread is in it's very early stages as covering Disney and its influence has many many branches of topics. It's like a huge web that needs untangling yet it's pretty hard doing that in a forum as organization is almost impossible in this type of format lol
If you come across anything-Pictures, articles, thoughts please share them!!
There is a ton of information, I skimmed over the mk-ultra part mainly cause that’s what brought me over to VC. Was a memory refresher really.

But to see all these propaganda videos around WW2, the FBI’s involvement, the occult practices by Walt himself, the weird goings at the theme parks and former actors/actresses etc. There is a ton of information provided, and there is still more.

I think the scary thing to all this is, how much disney is starting to buy out and take over other forms of entertainment. Marvel strikes home because my son is a comic fan, spider-man especially.

And then you have the media power of abc, sports fans with espn which branches out to college espn U and the SEC network, etc.
 





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or to 'make lifetime memories'... <<gag>>
Actually, we’ve had the best vacations when we took our kids on Disney vacations...we ended up bonding over the fun time we had there together and despite the evilness happening, I will always have fond memories of going.
 





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Actually, we’ve had the best vacations when we took our kids on Disney vacations...we ended up bonding over the fun time we had there together and despite the evilness happening, I will always have fond memories of going.
...true that! Many years ago, I worked at a major corporation in which the Director of Meetings (several thousand employees) sat on the Board of Directors for Walt Disney World Village...
...Accordingly, most of the annual National Sales Meetings I attended were in Orlando, and one in Anaheim.... each time with a free half-day to do whatever and a free admission into the Magic Kingdom + authorization to expense $50.00 for dinner....
... I must say that I still have vivid recollections of the rollicking good times I had with my colleagues there and then....
...I don't have any kids to take to Disney.... but I admit that I would like to go back once more.... now having my eyes opened as to the 'hidden agenda', if for no other reason than to collect my own images of the door to Club 33, etc....
...hard for me to have a bad time when a free ticket into an amusement park, $50 in my pocket and a buncha friends sharing a lotta alcohol ha! (Epcot... that 'international' part with the restaurants/gift shops from different countries, and all the employees are from that country)...
...used to hold Disney and all it 'stood for' in high regard.... no longer.... thanks NPC and everybody else!
 





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...true that! Many years ago, I worked at a major corporation in which the Director of Meetings (several thousand employees) sat on the Board of Directors for Walt Disney World Village...
...Accordingly, most of the annual National Sales Meetings I attended were in Orlando, and one in Anaheim.... each time with a free half-day to do whatever and a free admission into the Magic Kingdom + authorization to expense $50.00 for dinner....
... I must say that I still have vivid recollections of the rollicking good times I had with my colleagues there and then....
...I don't have any kids to take to Disney.... but I admit that I would like to go back once more.... now having my eyes opened as to the 'hidden agenda', if for no other reason than to collect my own images of the door to Club 33, etc....
...hard for me to have a bad time when a free ticket into an amusement park, $50 in my pocket and a buncha friends sharing a lotta alcohol ha! (Epcot... that 'international' part with the restaurants/gift shops from different countries, and all the employees are from that country)...
...used to hold Disney and all it 'stood for' in high regard.... no longer.... thanks NPC and everybody else!
That picture I have posted from inside the club was taken very quickly before the guy was promptly kicked out.. There is a secret buzzer you have to push to alert the security inside to let you in and they waited around outside and saw other patrons push it so they knew where it was.. but they didn't have the "proper secret ID pass" to get in after pushing it so we're immediately kicked out,but took a quick pic lol
If you go be sure to take many pics of the place!
 





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...here's a guy who's 'really into' Disney.... too much...

https://www.sltrib.com/news/2019/10/27/utah-professor-transforms/
Utah professor transforms his home’s exterior into elaborate tribute to Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion

(Shane Stewart via AP) In this undated photo provided by Shane Stewart, Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen works with PVC pipe and laser cut swirls to create intricate decorations for his roof, inspired by Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction in St. George, Utah. The college professor has completed a massive project decorating the exterior of his house in an elaborate Halloween tribute to Disneyland's Haunted Mansion and the "Nightmare Before Christmas." The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible.

The Associated Press

St. George • A Utah college professor has completed a massive project decorating the exterior of his house in an elaborate Halloween tribute to Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion.

A close up view of decorations created by Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen with inspiration from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" are seen in St. George, Utah. The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)
Josh Pedersen, a professor in Dixie State University’s computing and design department, studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible, The Spectrum newspaper in St. George reported.

He started by taking detailed measurements of his roofline, then went through a lengthy, careful process to create digital plans for an intricate pattern reminiscent of the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas."

He printed the design on maple plywood using a large-format laser printer available at a university Makerspace, a shared facility where people can make things with equipment that can be hard for individuals to access on their own.



A close up view of decorations created by Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen with inspiration from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" are seen in St. George, Utah. The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)


A close up view of decorations created by Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen with inspiration from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" are seen in St. George, Utah. The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)

In this undated photo provided by Shane Stewart, Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen stands atop his roofline with decorations inspired by Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" in St. George, Utah. A Utah college professor has completed a massive project decorating the exterior of his house in an elaborate Halloween tribute to Disneyland's Haunted Mansion and the "Nightmare Before Christmas." The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)
It took Pedersen and his team more than 27 hours to print the roofline pieces, and the design had to be modified to fortify weak areas.

Once the pattern was cut out and attached to a base, he added 168 electric candles made with PVC pipe and 66 fake pumpkins purchased from the same Colorado company that Disney uses.

Many people pitched in to help with the installation, which took about a week.

St. George residents can stop by and see the house in southern Utah every night or find Pedersen on Instagram.

Pedersen, who used his own money to pay for the project, said he's wanted to do the project for years and finally found the time.

“I am super happy with what we came up with,” Pedersen said.

...one other pic I found:
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...here's a guy who's 'really into' Disney.... too much...

https://www.sltrib.com/news/2019/10/27/utah-professor-transforms/
Utah professor transforms his home’s exterior into elaborate tribute to Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion

(Shane Stewart via AP) In this undated photo provided by Shane Stewart, Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen works with PVC pipe and laser cut swirls to create intricate decorations for his roof, inspired by Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction in St. George, Utah. The college professor has completed a massive project decorating the exterior of his house in an elaborate Halloween tribute to Disneyland's Haunted Mansion and the "Nightmare Before Christmas." The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible.

The Associated Press

St. George • A Utah college professor has completed a massive project decorating the exterior of his house in an elaborate Halloween tribute to Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion.

A close up view of decorations created by Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen with inspiration from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" are seen in St. George, Utah. The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)
Josh Pedersen, a professor in Dixie State University’s computing and design department, studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible, The Spectrum newspaper in St. George reported.

He started by taking detailed measurements of his roofline, then went through a lengthy, careful process to create digital plans for an intricate pattern reminiscent of the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas."

He printed the design on maple plywood using a large-format laser printer available at a university Makerspace, a shared facility where people can make things with equipment that can be hard for individuals to access on their own.



A close up view of decorations created by Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen with inspiration from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" are seen in St. George, Utah. The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)


A close up view of decorations created by Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen with inspiration from Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" are seen in St. George, Utah. The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)

In this undated photo provided by Shane Stewart, Dixie State University professor Josh Pedersen stands atop his roofline with decorations inspired by Disneyland's Haunted Mansion attraction and the movie "Nightmare Before Christmas" in St. George, Utah. A Utah college professor has completed a massive project decorating the exterior of his house in an elaborate Halloween tribute to Disneyland's Haunted Mansion and the "Nightmare Before Christmas." The Spectrum newspaper reports Pedersen studied more than 200 images of the attraction to model the design as close to the original as possible. (Shane Stewart via AP)
It took Pedersen and his team more than 27 hours to print the roofline pieces, and the design had to be modified to fortify weak areas.

Once the pattern was cut out and attached to a base, he added 168 electric candles made with PVC pipe and 66 fake pumpkins purchased from the same Colorado company that Disney uses.

Many people pitched in to help with the installation, which took about a week.

St. George residents can stop by and see the house in southern Utah every night or find Pedersen on Instagram.

Pedersen, who used his own money to pay for the project, said he's wanted to do the project for years and finally found the time.

“I am super happy with what we came up with,” Pedersen said.

...one other pic I found:
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Waaaayyy overboard haha
 





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...true that! Many years ago, I worked at a major corporation in which the Director of Meetings (several thousand employees) sat on the Board of Directors for Walt Disney World Village...
...Accordingly, most of the annual National Sales Meetings I attended were in Orlando, and one in Anaheim.... each time with a free half-day to do whatever and a free admission into the Magic Kingdom + authorization to expense $50.00 for dinner....
... I must say that I still have vivid recollections of the rollicking good times I had with my colleagues there and then....
...I don't have any kids to take to Disney.... but I admit that I would like to go back once more.... now having my eyes opened as to the 'hidden agenda', if for no other reason than to collect my own images of the door to Club 33, etc....
...hard for me to have a bad time when a free ticket into an amusement park, $50 in my pocket and a buncha friends sharing a lotta alcohol ha! (Epcot... that 'international' part with the restaurants/gift shops from different countries, and all the employees are from that country)...
...used to hold Disney and all it 'stood for' in high regard.... no longer.... thanks NPC and everybody else!
Sounds like a fun time especially when you don’t have to pay for it.
Epcot is my favorite too...I know its americanized but its still neat because of the international part and I wouldn’t mind going back...to enjoy it with my family again.

Is there anything anymore that we can hold in high regard though? It’s all going lawless with good being evil and evil being good. I can’t hardly believe the way life is spiraling downward into insanity, very sad to see that common sense isn’t so common anymore.
 





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The Mickey Mouse Club and other Disney alum
(Articles in this catagory are found from various sources and are not written by me)


BRITNEY SPEARS

One common thing that you will see with many of the people associated with Disney's Mind Control program is The Mickey Mouse Club. Britney did happen to be a member. One interesting thing that I did notice is that she tried out once and was told that she was "too young" so they sent her to one of their agents who then sent her to a "School for Performing Arts". After she left this school, she was quickly picked up by the Mickey Mouse Club.
Looking at Britney's appearance, she had the classic "look" of many of the trauma subjects that have escaped from the inside such as Cathy O'Brien as well as others. Even my friend Haley fits the category of the "blonde hair, blue eyed" girl. This seems, for some reason or another, to be the type they like to look for. When Britney came out, she had that look. She had the "innocent school girl" look and her songs told quite a story as well.

Now, another thing that is quite common in mind control programs is for the programming to start breaking down around age 30 or so. What we start seeing is this slow, breaking down of the person as all of this dark mess that has been bred into them begins to surface. For these people, this is all they know therefore they feel as if they have no one else to turn too. She ends up getting involved with Madonna through the Kabbalistic Society which, from a ritualistic standpoint, explains the "kiss" but that is another story.
This leads to the classic mental breakdowns.

One of the biggest was Britney shaving her head but people don't understand what was happening here. When she showed up, what color was her hair? It was brown...she has dyed it brown. This was already part of breaking the chain here with just this simple move. No more "blonde hair, blue eyed" girl as this darkness was starting to seep up through the cracks and she began manifesting it. The next step was to strip it all away which throughout the ages a symbolic gesture of rebirth was the shaving of the head.

Once these alternate personalities begin to break down, you can even see the person begin to exhibit symptoms of them almost seeming to be on drugs. They won't know where they are, lose time and really seem to be talking out of their head.

Look at this clip of Britney right after she shaved her head and listen at the very beginning to the girl who was in the beauty shop describe what Britney said as she was doing it:
"She says she's tired of having things plugged into her and doesn't want anyone to touch her"

Doesn't want things "plugged into her"?
For more information about the use of electro shock therapy in mind control:
https://monarchprogramming.wordpress.com/category/electroshock-therapy/

We also see later her acting out violently which is another slow breakdown of the control. Notice that once they sent her back to the "hospital", which ironically was the Ronald Reagan Medical Center in the psyche ward, and she was treated. I say "ironically" because Reagan was a mind controlled puppet as well.

Another great article by VC:
https://vigilantcitizen.com/musicbusiness/britney-spears-mind-control-and-hold-it-against-me/


CHRISTINA AGULERIA
(coming soon)
 





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“… The birth of TV was a magical event foreshadowing its satanic significance. The first commercial broadcast was aired on Walpurgisnacht, April 30th, 1939, at the New York World’s Fair. Since then, TV’s infiltration has been so gradual, so complete that no one even noticed. People don’t need to go to church anymore; they get their morality plays on television.” - Anton Levey
John Lennon and The Beatles said the same thing after the 'bigger than Jesus and Christianity will vanish and shrink' comment. He said it was because of TV. They all ran/run in the same circles. :rolleyes: