Some people are extremely conscientious and deliberate in their actions, where they go, and what they watch.
Many people call for boycotts, but such pleas frequently go unmet because Americans have reached a point in history where we can’t be bothered with inconvenience.
Years ago, for example, there was a widespread campaign to boycott Netflix after it was discovered that a distressing film involving young girls was really horrible. While some customers canceled their Netflix subscriptions, others did not, and many of those who did ended up resubscribing.
Now the fight is with a behemoth that dwarfs Netflix. Disney is embroiled in a culture war, and the damage to their image is irrevocable. However, when you’re the only one who likes what you have, it’s difficult for people to boycott you, and they know it.
It’s one thing to say that you’re against them, but it’s another thing to actually follow through with what you say you’re going to do.
I know people who are against what Disney is doing, yet they went to Disney World last week. What sense does that make? Like I said, they just can’t bother being inconvenienced in today’s culture. We have soft people today and soft people causes problems and leads to hard times which then breeds strong people who then create easy times. It’s a vicious cycle.
But regarding Disney, more and more people are coming out against them, even stating that they’re ashamed to even work for the company.
The employee, a custodial cast member of 35 years for Disney’s Magic Kingdom Park, spoke to The Epoch Times under the condition of anonymity for the fear of being fired.
He said Disney’s stance against the Parental Rights in Education bill is just another part of the ongoing effort of the company’s new progressive management to push their “California Disney liberal policies” onto the Disney experience of the Sunshine State.
“They’re calling it the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill,” the cast member told The Epoch Times. “It’s not a ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill. It’s a parental rights issue.”
“What they’re doing with this inclusion clause and the fight over the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill is they are creating a problem that never existed before,” he said. “They’re wanting to ‘solve’ a problem that they are creating. Ask the average gay employee at Disney and they will tell you, they agree with DeSantis.”
But honestly, it’s disgusting at just how far Disney, a kids company, is willing to go to defend and push this disturbing leftist propaganda.