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originally posted by: DeadFoot
originally posted by: Gryphon66
a reply to: DeadFoot
Ursula is quite obviously a metaphor for the Jewish International Banking Cartel ... geez.
It's like you're not even trying to understand here ... /s.
No, that's Ariel. Didn't you hear her?
Look at all that stuff! AND SHE STILL WANTS MORE?!
How are people buying that this Rothschild elitist is a protagonist???
The children are doomed to satanism.
originally posted by: BO XIAN
Perhaps you could take some courses to tweak up your discrimination skills to better sort things that you now consider similar but which, are, in fact, QUITE DIFFERENT.
I don't think I have the capacity to help you on that score with this subject.
For this reason, Disney has done everything in its power to make sure it retains the copyright on Mickey -- even if that means changing federal statutes. Every time Mickey’s copyright is about to expire, Disney spends millions lobbying Congress for extensions, and trading campaign contributions for legislative support. With crushing legal force, they’ve squelched anyone who attempts to disagree with them.
Mickey Mouse was brought into the world in 1928, under the 1909 Copyright Act, entitling him to 56 years of protection under the law -- no more. In accordance with the law, his copyright was set to expire in 1984.
As this date drew near, Disney (the corporation) grew increasingly anxious. By this time, Mickey was worth billions in annual revenue, and had become the face of the company; losing him to the public domain would be a massive financial blow. Quietly, Disney took to Washington and began lobbying Congress for new copyright legislation.
In 1997, Congress introduced the Copyright Term Extension Act, which proposed to extend corporate copyrights again -- this time, from 75 to 95 years. To ensure the bill passed, Disney cozied up to legislators.
On October 27, 1998, Mickey Mouse’s copyright was extended another 20 years, to 2023.
originally posted by: BO XIAN
I actually thought the simple boat ride through IT'S A SMALL SMALL WORLD was creepy. And I certainly saw it as the globalist propaganda it was and is.
originally posted by: Bedlam
I knew a guy who had alternate words to the thing he used to sing under his breath...
originally posted by: MrSpad
I will keep this in when I make my yearly visit to the Epcot food and wine festival. I will make sure I watch out for the evil of the Duck Confit with Creamy Polenta and Fire-Roasted Salsa or the darkness of Crispy Pork Belly with Black Beans, Onions, Avocado, and Cilantro. I will also take notice as I sample the large variety of beers if satan was the one who brewed them.
originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
Did your 'friend' make up any other lyrics besides these?