by Kathy Crest:
In 2014, CNN came out with an extensive report on pedophiles working at the Florida “Magic Kingdom”. In one sting operation after another, a total of 35 child predators were arrested as they walked into homes expecting to have sex with a teen, but were met by federal authorities instead. The six month investigation also found sexual predators at other nearby theme parks, and arrests were made there as well.
So how does a place like Disneyland, where children are the key focus of the business, end up with so many demented employees? According to CNN, it was an employment agency that hired these men and even though they claim to perform intensive background checks, these men somehow slipped through the cracks. Their job titles ranged from maintenance workers, security officers, a costume maker, and even a pastor.
At least 32 of the arrested predators were found guilty but many of them claimed to have been set up. The common alibi police heard from many of these abusers, was that they were only trying to “protect the child”, and trying to help them from becoming a victim. But their computer and phone records would show they had been engaged in detailed conversations with the children prior to their attempts at meeting them.
A book that was released by Disney recently may lead one to believe that the organization itself may be behind an agenda that targets sexism in children. The book, called “Feminist Baby”, is being promoted by a transgender individual by the name of “Rainbow Snatch”, who describes herself as a trans-multidimensional binary being. The content of the book is disturbing, as it basically gives children the idea that they are their own boss in this world, and no one can tell them any different, including their own parents. Rainbow Snatch is one of many exotic transgender individuals who have been seen recently giving book readings at local libraries, including the Michelle Obama library. Just recently an all aged event was held in Austin, Texas that sensationalized transgenderism and encouraged boys and girls to “join in”.
Some of Disney’s movies and daytime cartoons have had sexual undertones including characters dressed inappropriately. Story lines that have sexual references may be confusing to children , but the intent is all to obvious to an adult. Children should not be subjected to a cartoon figure looking up a woman’s dress, or their eyes popping of their heads when they see an overly endowed female. These films also include scenes of smoking, drinking and drug abuse. Our children are subjected to this kind of activity early enough in life, and we don’t need it in our own homes when they are just toddlers.
Just this year a lawsuit was filed against The Walt Disney Company that alleges it violated federal law aimed at protecting children’s online privacy. The company allegedly allowed ad tech companies to embed software in its apps, enabling the collection of children’s personal information. The complaint notes that Disney has been accused of violating federal law in the past, including in 2011 when one of its subsidiaries, Playdom Inc., paid a penalty for allegedly collecting and disclosing the personal information of hundreds of thousands of children without parental consent. What if this information got into the wrong hands and these children became targets of pedophiles who meant to abduct and abuse them? These children’s profiles included details such as a child’s geographical location, browsing history, and app usage.
According to author Matt Agorist, shortly after Walt Disney Company bought Bob and Harvey Weinstein’s company in 1993, Disney hired a convicted child molester to direct the fantasy film “Powder”, and he molested a young boy on the movie set. According to a Breitbart reporter, John Nolte, “Disney was aware of Weinstein’s behavior and was obligated to protect its employees, including young actresses like Gwyneth Paltrow and Rose McGowan, who claim to have been harassed, including Asia Argento who claims Weinstein raped her in 1997″. Agorist also claims that five years before Disney hired the convicted pedophile, Victor Salva, he was convicted of molesting a child on another movie set, and for possessing child porn. On October 31st, 1995, The New York Post added this: “As controversy swirled around filmmaker Victor Salva, who pleaded guilty in 1988 to molesting a boy on the set of his low-budget picture ‘Clownhouse,’ Salva’s agent said that a good showing at the box office may salvage the 37-year-old director’s career.” Unfortunately this has been the response of Hollywood elites in a town where “anything goes and power controls”.
Another convicted pedophile in Hollywood was given a standing ovation being chosen for an award for best producer. 43 year old Roman Pulanlski, lured a 13 year old girl to the home of Jack Nicholson, where he drugged her and gave her alcohol before forcing her to have sex with him. The ovation came AFTER Pulanski had been convicted. It just shows the morality of Hollywood and their disconnect to reality. Pulanski fled the country after his conviction and has not been seen since. An interesting side note to this story has come out of the death of Playboy’s Hugh Heffner, who’s Hollywood home had underground tunnels that linked the mansion to other stars like Jack Nicholson, Warren Beatty. and James Cain. Actual plans for the excavating have been found and exposed publicly.
We are beginning to see the empire of the movie industry being dismantled as one sexual abuse accusation after another is coming to the forefront. Americans across the country have long suspected nefarious activity taking place in tinsel town, but never did we believe it could effect our children. We have packed up the kids and ventured to California and Florida, never thinking there could be sexual predators awaiting them. Unfortunately money seems to bring out the worst in people, and those with lots of it are no exception. Parents truly need to take the time to watch the films, cartoons and video games before allowing their children to watch or play them. Renting them first is a great idea. Video games and violent movies can have a very negative effect on a child’s behavior, and all too often are used as a babysitter. There are plenty of fun games, cartoons and movies that have no disturbing content, and parents should take the time to research them prior to buying.