Disney continues with its involvement in woke culture by declaring that they are hosting a convention supporting sexual deviants in response to the state taking away Disney’s local government authority. Keep in mind that Disney would rather have pedophiles on staff than a gun owner – and that has been official company policy for over 15 years.

When an employee of the company is arrested for child pornography, Disney suspends them, pending the outcome of the charges. The company states that the accused employees are innocent until proven guilty.

That same courtesy does not apply to employees that are found to have a firearm in their car. Doug and Linda Gray, had been faithful employees of the company for a decade, and were fired in 2007 after it was discovered that they had a firearm in their car. They also were given a trespass warning that barred them from ever again entering company property.

Because Disney is mouthing woke platitudes, the faggot and tranny employees are blind to the fact that the company is laying off over 7,000 employees and screwing them over, despite the fact that the company made more than $2 billion in profit this quarter. The layoffs will increase those profits by over 50% per year. I guess profits are only evil if you don’t claim to be woke.

Stay woke, dickheads. Go broke.


Skyler the Weird · March 26, 2023 at 6:47 am

The actor who plays the main villain Kang in phase four of Marvel movies was just arrested. Jonathan Majors is accused of assaulting and strangling a woman in New York. I’m sure he be innocent until proven guilty.

EN2 SS · March 26, 2023 at 7:19 am

Not to be picky, but 2 billion dollars profit sounds like disney is making a killing.

    Divemedic · March 26, 2023 at 8:46 am

    It’s not Disney going broke. It’s their employees

      Bean · March 26, 2023 at 11:34 am

      It has ever been thus. Disney replaced a whole bunch of their US citizen workers with H1B Visa holders and the employees for the most part didn’t care, kept on being gay and stuff.

      But, boy, fire one gay or don’t bend over frontward (if you know what I mean) for the gayness and the wailing and lamentation can be heard all the way up to Ocala and down to the Everglades.

      What’s that Very Florida phrase, “It’s not a child porn case until a Disney employee is arrested as part of it.”

Bolshevik Revolution 2.0 · March 26, 2023 at 9:15 am

Nothing will improve until there are consequences beyond financial.
Bolshevik backers will give them direct access to the printing press if need be and the internal fellow traveler quislings in government will let it go brrrr.

Big Ruckus D · March 26, 2023 at 2:20 pm

I don’t really buy they were profitable to the tune of $2B. Sounds like a number made off of typical bullshit Hollywood style accounting to me. Further, in an environment of high inflation and devaluation of the dollar, $2 billion ain’t what it used to be.

That aside, jizzney has big problems brewing. Besides becoming a hotbed of faggotry and general wokeism, they have massively overspent on acquisitions for years (fox, star wars, a huge stake in hulu, among others), some of which have not and likely will not be particularly fruitful. They have killed star wars as a franchise (and with it, both it’s residual and potential future value). Marvel has run out of steam and will no longer deliver the surefire massive profits it did 10-15 years ago. Both wokeist bullshit and changing public taste and demographics have brought that about.

Disney+ is a shitshow that an ever increasing number of people will dump as they cannot justify the cost of another marginal streaming service with so little quality content in a field of too many others. Consolidation in that business segment is already well underway due to oversaturation. And streaming was to be the next big thing financial savior of giant corporate media. Oh well, tough titty on that. Shades of the once vaunted Time Warner acquisition of AOL, in that it is all over valued and past it’s peak.

Meanwhile, the standards and practices of the theme parks are being noticeably eroded, leading to them looking cheapened, and no longer being the gold standard of the industry. Meanwhile, Universal Studios is on a building binge that will make it enough of a destination in it’s own right to cause out of towners chose either it, or jizzney’s fagland, as their destination rather than taking a day or two to visit USF in addition to WDW. The latter becoming ever more family UNfriendly will only help this process along. And I’ll also note that WDL, being in Anaheim, will probably be a non-issue before much longer given the trajectory of California.

They will go on on for a while no doubt, but have already done enormous damage to their brand. And iger is the one responsible for nearly all the damage that they have incurred to date, so bringing him back will only add to the quantity and accelerate the rate of damage being suffered.

Personally, I look forward to their destruction as a viable company and going concern. I never cared for the outfit or it’s various properties anyway, so watching as they go on dick-punching themselves has provided me some genuine amusement. As has become my unofficial tag line, “fuck those guys!”

    Divemedic · March 26, 2023 at 2:33 pm

    Keep in mind that the $2b in profits includes all Disney assets- including ABC, ESPN, streaming services like Hulu, Lucasfilm, Fox, Pixar, National Geographic, Touchstone pictures, all of it. It’s a huge company, making it relatively easy to hide losses in one sector with profits in another. It’s a huge shell game.

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    Bean · March 26, 2023 at 7:03 pm

    It is very telling that the Florida private High Speed Rail system, that so far goes from Miami to Orlando, will put in a line connection to Universal property and has cancelled a planned stop at Disney.

    Miami – cruise ship capital of the US to Orlando International Airport by high speed rail. Will be connecting Tampa within a few years subject to the coming economic crisis. Universal is buying in on it, Disney is gone.

    So sad, so bad, seeyalater.

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