What exactly is Disney Teaching our Children?

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posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 10:40 AM
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The great company that produces all the great G rated films may not be all that great.

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It's been mused over and pointed out that without fail, in almost every Disney cartoon, the mother is killed off post haste and the main character is left an orphan. Within minutes of the opening credits. Who didn't cry when Dumbo's mom gently rocked her baby in her trunk as he cooed, unsuspecting, on the other side of that wooden pen - all she could do as she awaited being led to her death? I still cry when I think about it. I cried when I was a kid and saw that. I knew what it all meant. What about Bambi's mom getting shotgun blasted to death and him, not knowing, wandering around calling her? Jesus! How sick is that? Let's kill the Mothers! That'll set up the story nicely.




posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 10:47 AM
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What about a movie where main, named characters get mauled to death by a tiger, stabbed to death, shot to death, and a hanging? I'd call it Disney's Tarzan...



In "Aladdin", there is a scene where he flies up to Jasmine's balcony and is heard to whisper "Take off your clothes". Disney insists it's really "Take off and go", spoken to Jasmine's tiger. It's easy to pick up both when you listen.


Actually, it's preceded by "All good teenagers, as in all good teenagers take off your clothes" and is plain as day if you turn the volume to max for this scene.... I know, I've personally done it on our copy, hehe.....

[Edited on 15-1-2004 by Gazrok]



posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 10:50 AM
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Did any of you see the Lizzie McGuire Movie? I did... don't ask...
Anyway, in the movie Lizzie sneaks out of her hotel room and such to be with this guy she met like a few days ago that is a few years older than she is (don't remember how many years, but he was old enough). O, plus they were in a foreign country (Italy), and it seemed almost as if Disney was teaching kids to whore themselves out to older men in foreign country while showing blatant disregard for the rules set by your authoritative figures (in this case the teacher acting as their chaperone). Of course, howeever, Lizzie's parents grounded her for the rest of the summer for her escapades in Rome, but nothing else. Hell, my parents would've killed me.


[Edited on 1/15/2004 by CarrierAnomaly]



posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 09:19 PM
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wow, I didn't know it was disney's job to educate children. when did that take over happen. How come I wasn't informed. And here I was, for all these years, angry at my parents for making me the f'ked up person I am today, and it's really disney's fault. Dammit!!!

Gazrok, I didn't know that! I've got a copy here. I'm gonna have to try that. Good for a few laughs.



posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 09:41 PM
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Finding Nemo. Same plot. I was in shock when I took my kids to see this movie and in the first 10 minutes, the happy family is ripped apart by a barracudea (It killed and ate the mother fish and all the fish eggs !!). It left Nemo scarred physically and his father Marlin scarred emotionally.
Nice movie in the end....but the theme is repeated....



posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 09:42 PM
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Parents don't seem to want to parent. They sit their kids down in front of the TV to watch a good wholesome (*sarcasm*) Disney movie.

Not all parents are like this.

One of my step-brothers does that. The other step-brother does not. You can see the difference in the kids. Its amazing. Oh, they live in Florida. Get the heck outside and get dirty, scrape yourself up, break a leg. Come on, let the kids be kids. Not vegetables in front of the TV.



posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 09:51 PM
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Evil Step mother? Eveil Queen Bound to Kill You? Bambi's mom and a hunter? Lilttle mermaid didnt even have a mother....Aladdin, no mom's.... beauty and the beast? No mom's cept that fat lil tea pot, Nemo? ditto to the baracuda....

Walt Disney either hated his mother or Disney teaches every one of us to pretend they don't exist.



posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 10:03 PM
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Originally posted by BlackJackal

"Jesus! How sick is that? Let's kill the Mothers! That'll set up the story nicely."




ROFLMFAO!!!!! AHAHAHAHAHHA



posted on Jan, 15 2004 @ 10:06 PM
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All step-mothers are evil.
Most real mothers are not around...
All girls are helpless, until a prince comes along to save them.




posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 03:22 AM
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Yea the aladdin thing is true i tried it. Another thing i noticed was in the Lion King when Simba lies down in the dust and it poofs up in the air it spells sex.



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 07:56 AM
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Another thing about the Lion King. Simba gets to watch his father get trampled to death and then he goes over and says "dad get up!" over and over. How messed up is that?



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 08:37 AM
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ah, well take the fact that ole walt disney himself was a 33 degree freemason- who was later brought into illumination--illumanati, its easy to see the true agenda.



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 08:41 AM
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Originally posted by USAFSF
Yea the aladdin thing is true i tried it. Another thing i noticed was in the Lion King when Simba lies down in the dust and it poofs up in the air it spells sex.


You noticed it? Are you sure you didn't hear about it, then look for it? I've heard about this for years.



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 03:20 PM
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You noticed it? Are you sure you didn't hear about it, then look for it? I've heard about this for years.


I actually noticed this BEFORE I heard about it, hehe...he's absolutely correct.....
Watch it if you don't believe it...it's pretty easy to spot....



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 03:28 PM
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In a Lion King talking book the came out (which we had), it was on the local radio about the baboon. You push a button that Disney was insisting said "Ashanti-shana squashed banana" but it was clearly saying "squashed banana up his ass."

LOL! I heard it like 10 on the radio and then went home and got my daughter's. Sure enough.



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 03:42 PM
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The Pocahontas book was also recalled, because when Pocahontas was saying her name...it sounded more like a porn star saying "Oh God...."


And it did too.....it was damn sexy....err...uhh...wrong....yeah, totally wrong!



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 03:51 PM
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I remember reading somewhere that in one of those Rescuers movies in the background there was a picture of a topless woman. They included the pic and in the background there was a poster of a topless chick. Looks like Disney has some horny animators.



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 04:01 PM
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Originally posted by JediMaster
I remember reading somewhere that in one of those Rescuers movies in the background there was a picture of a topless woman. They included the pic and in the background there was a poster of a topless chick. Looks like Disney has some horny animators.

Yeah, I have seen that one. It's like when the albatross is landing on a rooftop, one of the buildings can been seen behind him with windows. As he is moving right to left (on the tv) in one of the windows has a topless woman in it.

Yeah, the animators I would say...not a secret Disney message.



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 08:07 PM
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This does not deal with Disney, but I remember that there is/was a show on Nick Teen channel - or something like that. It was about a public school. My sister watched this all the time, and I got to see a few parts of it. It seemed to promote Communism. I forgot why exactly, but it seemed like the kinds were already predestined to have a job in a specialized field, just like in all Communist systems. I told her to quit watching it or she would turn red. HAHA. There are only 4 commie countries anyways. Also, that Captain Planet seemed the same way. Take this guys view on it:


Ever notice the subtleties in Captain Planet? All the villains being capitalist slime? Gaia, the pagan goddess? Captain Planet, the great force, being summoned only when all the planeteers, the workers of the world, put their rings, or worked, together? How the planeteers were from all across the globe? Workers of the world united? A show aimed at the impressionable youth of America in the waning days of the Cold War? Is this all a fantastic coincidence or what?

Not to mention how Captain Planet was never elected. Nobody ever questions him. He acts with dictatorial impunity. He's like Big Brother right outta 1984. And of course, his clothes are conveniently RED.



posted on Jan, 16 2004 @ 08:28 PM
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I liked captain planet and the enviroment friendliness it had. And that doesn't mean that I didn't like disney movies.





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