New Disney+ Show Preaches Critical Race Theory and Reparations to Children

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We used to be a Disney+ family, and happily so. My daughter learned a lot from watching her beloved Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Both kids enjoyed the classics from ‘The Little Mermaid’ to ‘Cinderella.’ I can’t tell you how often I’ve seen ‘Moana,’ a family favorite.

However, last year we decided to break up with Disney+. So while we were sad to say goodbye to the Star Wars shows and Marvel spin-offs, we were happy to say farewell to the woke indoctrination that was ruining such a great brand and threatening to seep into the minds of our unsuspecting kids.

Almost a year later, I see that not much has changed, with video clips going viral from an episode of the Disney reboot of the ‘Proud Family – Louder and Prouder.’ So what fresh nonsense is Disney pushing now? Critical Race Theory (CRT) and race reparations.

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It’s no Jack Kerouac

The video in question comes from an episode of the show that deals specifically with an explanation of the holiday Juneteenth. In it, the teenage characters put on a presentation for the school with an all too familiar narrative on slavery.

In a terrible attempt to emulate the beatnik poets of the 1940s and 50s, the kids spout off spoken word lyrics such as “This country was built on slavery which means slaves built this country.”

Blatantly disregarding actual history in which plenty of nonslaves participated in the construction of the United States, the song also doesn’t mention who originally sold the said slaves into the hands of the awful white man and ushered them onto their ships to traverse the ocean from Africa and the Americas — but we don’t want to highlight all of history, just cherry pick certain parts, right Disney?

The kids go on to boldly boast that “the descendants of slaves continue to build it.”

Again, blatantly disregarding the rest of us no-descendants of slaves who contribute to the growth and prosperity of this nation. Not shocked yet? Well, the most magical part of the animated performance is yet to come.

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Something for Nothing

Disney goes all in with the next few lines of what would no doubt be considered a masterpiece by the great Beat poet Allen Ginsberg:

“And we the descendants of slaves in America have earned reparations for their suffering. And continue to earn reparations every moment we spend submerged in a systemic prejudice racism and white supremacy. That America was founded with and still has not atoned for.”

Wow, bravo, Disney, you’ve outdone yourself.

Unfortunately, the concept of ‘earning’ seems lost on these teenagers; perhaps their animated teacher could’ve discussed how you must produce something of value to earn something in return in between preaching the tenets of Critical Race Theory.

‘But we should be happy that CRT isn’t in our actual schools,’ according to the left-wing pundits, it’s just in these silly animated schools our kids watch when they come home. Totally no indoctrination, right? Just more ‘crazy right wing’ conspiracies, right?

I’m also still waiting for the reparations camp to lay out exactly when, if ever, those of us who never owned slaves and had descendants who weren’t slave owners will have sufficiently atoned for a sin we didn’t commit.

Maybe that’s coming up in the next season, but I doubt it. Instead, the skit included imagery from the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, with a young man holding up his hands with the words “Hands up, Don’t shoot.”

Again, facts aren’t necessary for Disney, given that this claim that this phrase was said was a proven lie.

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The Creator

So who is the brainchild behind this terrible cartoon? None other than Latoya Raveneau, who, if you don’t recall, was the outspoken ‘biromantic asexual’ who caught some Twitter fame over her remarks at the poorly executed ‘Reimagine Tomorrow’ Disney training.

In a leaked video Ms. Raveneau openly admits that she has a “not-at-all-secret gay agenda” to insert LGBTQ+ themes into her work.

“I was just wherever I could adding queerness,” as she said.

She certainly is with two queer dads appearing on her show, voiced by Zachary Quinto and Billy Porter. They are a mixed-race gay couple of a young teenage activist in the show, who, from what I can tell in the many YouTube clips that I’ve watched, is just kind of a mean girl who is angry all the time — so that might be reasonably accurate for most teenage girls. 

So along with injecting queerness into her work, she also is slathering her show with as much CRT as she can to include the episode in question claiming that President Lincoln didn’t care about freeing the slaves, and a trans character exclaiming “That should be the first sentence of his biography!”

Again, leaving out some bits of history, but that’s ok as long as you are a marginalized race.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Chc-pXqpuE

 

Same Old Tricks

Disney has opted to stick to the woke train, which is fine with me; we no longer miss Disney. Unfortunately though, it’s not just this show as their movies have also oozed with forced social commentary.

Take the movie ‘Strange World’ which is estimated to lose nearly $147 million. This movie features the first openly LGBTQ+ teenage character. 

While I doubt the movie bombed solely because of this character, I’m sure it didn’t help. When you spend more time trying to force a narrative than on the actual plot, character development, and, you know…magic, then it’s bound to fail. 

We also can’t forget the Disney Pixar film ‘Lightyear’ that underperformed and featured a kiss between two lesbian characters. When asked if the adverse reaction to this being in a kid’s movie might affect it’s box office performance, the star of the film Chris Evans said “The real truth is those people are idiots.”

Great way to sell your film, Chris. Not sure we were the idiots when you starred in a movie that bombed. 

I think it’s time to admit Mickey and Minnie have fallen for the woke cheese and have found themselves in quite the mouse trap. I don’t believe this home will ever return to being a Disney home, and that’s ok; I’ve never been all that fond of rodents anyway.

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