Thursday, January 2, 2014

The Disney Agenda...Promoting Today's Fashions

It never ceases to amaze me how just about everyone today is willing to allow their children to sit and be exposed to the Disney Agenda.

Beyond the fact that Walt Disney was a 33rd degree Freemason, one can more plainly see the various agendas being promoted in their animated films and how little girls today are so comfortable wearing next to nothing.

Their role models ("princesses") did it when they were watching them growing up!

See below how Disney was promoting these trends over the years...and consider the following:

1.) Would people have been okay with these clothes if the films were not animated but rather live action?

2.) Why is it okay for "pseudo-humans" (aka fairies, mermaids, etc.) to wear next to nothing? Why are mothers okay with that and with letting their girls watch that...or boys??

Alice (in Wonderland)


Sleeping Beauty

Wendy (Peter Pan)
Tinker Bell (Peter Pan)


b.) The above looks to be quite modest by today's standards...but consider the constant emphasis of tight and tiny waists, amplifying curves, etc. This is a promotion of the corset and what would have then been the vain emphasis of the desirable female figure. Also, look at the suggestive cords across the v-cut black top on Sleeping Beauty...yes, she had another shirt underneath that...but it was laying the foundation for more to come...

Belle (Beauty and the Beast)

Jasmine (Aladdin)

Megara (Hercules)

Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
a.) Notice the sleeves/neckline is rolled down below the shoulders on Belle with slight cleavage now.
b.) Same cleavage and exposed neckline and shoulders on Megara.
c.) Can Jasmine's wardrobe even be considered clothing?
d.) Pocahontas...above the knees
e.) And the worst of all, and perhaps the biggest role model for little girls born from 1985+...Ariel from the Little Mermaid with her top all but falling out and her "fin" all but exposing what would normally be there.

This is evil...and yet how many people just love Disney and supporting Disney because of the nostalgia and "magic" it has in their lives.

1 comment:

  1. I appreciate both men and women who display their bodies to best advantage. The human body is a thing of beauty to be appreciated.