Should we honestly expect anything less from a Disney film? Disney for some time now has used its allegedly kid friendly content as a tool of mind control with occult references and veiled sexual suggestions. Many of Disney’s former child stars are transformed into whores when they reach adulthood so they can continue brainwashing their legions of fans with their degenerate behavior. Miley Cyrus is probably the best recent example of this. Very few people call them out on this because it is assumed through their massive propaganda machine that Disney’s content is appropriate for children. With this in mind, it is no real surprise to see that Disney is another corporate enterprise that is heavily dominated by Jewish interests. In fact the company’s CEO spot has been occupied by a Jew for the past 30 years.
From the Guardian:
Swanson said: “You wonder sometimes if maybe there’s something very evil happening here … I wonder if people are thinking: ‘You know I think this cute little movie is going to indoctrinate my 5-year-old to be a lesbian or treat homosexuality or bestiality in a light sort of way.'”
He also characterised Disney as a satanic company, saying: “If I was the Devil, what would I do to really foul up an entire social system and do something really, really, really evil to 5- and 6- and 7-year-olds in Christian families around America?… If I was the Devil, I would buy Disney in 1984.”
Swanson’s broadside was inspired by a blog on the National Catholic Register entitled So, How Gay IS Disney’s Frozen? in which the NCR’s film critic Steven D Greydanus had argued the film is full of “gay-culture themes”. These include the solitary nature of the protagonist Elsa, her lack of interest in her male suitors, and the Oscar-winning song Let It Go. which shows Elsa “celebrating her acceptance of her true identity”. Greydanus also points to a brief glimpse of a “gay family”, that belonging to trading post owner Oaken.
Bestiality was identified by Greydanus in the relationship between hunter Kristoff and his reindeer Sven, as contained in a line from The Fixer-Upper Song: “His thing with the reindeer/That’s a little outside of nature’s laws!”