Disney is a company with a long history of allegations relating to subliminal messaging in children.
More specifically, sexual subliminal messaging. It matters not whether that subliminal messaging is heterosexual or homosexual—small children should not be exposed to those ideas.
Many concerned parents feel this way, and while the increasingly woke agenda may be the proverbial straw that broke the camel’s back it isn’t the sole reason this company is facing heat.
Like I said, this company has a long history of being hit with these allegations, and in the past they were expressly heterosexual subliminal messages, or sexual imagery with no explicit sexual orientation.
A big part of the reason the media conglomerate feels all too comfortable in its own skin, and feels like it can regularly push this messaging out while facing little to no criticism stems from the fact that they are treated in a special way legally.
Walt Disney World in Florida is subject to its own governance, it has its own police force, EMS, and building codes not subject to the surrounding county’s laws due to the Reedy Creek Improvement Act passed in 1967.
Disney World is in effect its own country with special privileges, and such power seems to have gone to the heads of those controlling a company that has become almost as powerful and pervasive as the military industrial complex.
Make no mistake, I am not saying that Reedy Creek is the cause of their subliminal messaging. What I am saying is that things like Reedy Creek really give the higher ups at this company the idea that they can get away with anything.
How can they not think that when they effectively have a self-governed country on American soil?
Due to growing concerns of parents over the implicit, and sometimes overt messaging in these films, the Florida GOP is firing back by considering a repeal of the Reedy Creek Improvement Act—therefore taking away Disney World’s autonomy.
A repeal of the act could spell disaster for Walt Disney World, which would come under the jurisdiction, regulation, and taxation of the surrounding municipality of Orange County Florida.
Here’s more on the story:
Yesterday was the 2nd meeting in a week w/fellow legislators to discuss a repeal of the 1967 Reedy Creek Improvement Act, which allows Disney to act as its own government. If Disney wants to embrace woke ideology, it seems fitting that they should be regulated by Orange County. pic.twitter.com/6sj29Gj6Wz
— SpencerRoach (@SpencerRoachFL) March 30, 2022
Florida GOP lawmakers are seeking to punish Disney by revoking the self-governing charter they’ve had since 1967. Disney has it’s own police, fire, and building codes. https://t.co/ABqqq12TGH
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) March 31, 2022
Fox News reports:
Florida legislators have floated the idea of repealing the 1967 Reedy Creek Improvement Act, which gives Disney the autonomy to effectively run its own government in the area around Disney World, in response to the company’s recent advocacy against the parental rights law H.B. 1557, which critics have branded the “Don’t Say Gay” law. Repealing the law would subject Disney World to the government of Orange County.
"I don't think it's retaliatory, I just think that Disney's posturing has alienated a lot of people now."
— WFLA NEWS (@WFLA) March 31, 2022
Good@Disney stepped way over the line as a corporation
By getting involved in pushing a Woke agenda
Against the expressed wishes of FL parents
In implementation of a law to protect kids
& keep parents in controlhttps://t.co/WbQDI3qF3m
— Jim Hanson (@JimHansonDC) April 1, 2022
Daily Mail quotes Governor DeSantis:
‘You’ve got to wonder why is the hill to die on to have transgenderism injected into kindergarten classrooms, or woke gender ideology injected into second grade classrooms. Why is that the hill to die on?’ he asked in a Tuesday night interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.
‘Meanwhile, if we’ve done a bill that prohibited talking about the abuse of Uyghurs in China, Disney would’ve supported that legislation. They won’t say a word about that,’ the Republican governor continued.