From Now The End Begins…
In the latest example of corporate complicity through silence, the Walt Disney Co. has refused to comment on a recent report that China is overseeing the systematic rape of ethnic minority women in the western Xinjiang region. The BBC News reported earlier this month that women in China’s concentration camps for Uyghurs have been repeatedly raped, sexually abused, and tortured. One witness told the BBC News that women were removed from the cells “every night” and raped by one or more masked Chinese men.
Disney has taken political stances against Donald Trump, the state of Georgia, and Republican members of Congress. But when it comes to China and its human rights atrocities, the Magic Kingdom sides with the Middle Kingdom every time.
Let’s, see, where do we start? How about with the rabidly anti-Trump group called the Lincoln Project whose co-founder is a homosexual pedophile and the entire group knew and covered up for him because millions of dollars were rolling in. How about New Jersey flaming Liberal Bruce Springsteen who lectured America in his Jeep car ad during the Super Bowl, but hid the fact that he was arrest for drunk driving and is right now awaiting trial. Democrats as a moral authority is a slippery slope, and with Walk Disney, it slides right into the abyss.
Walt Disney in the 21st century seems to have an opinion on just about every Liberal talking point known to man. According to them, they vocally stand against racism, homophobia and anti-Semitism, but when it comes to Muslim Uyghur women being raped on a daily basis in Chinese concentration camps, they have nothing to say. Did you know that when Walt Disney filmed Mulan in China, they were so close to the camps the actors could almost hear the screams of the tortured Uyghurs?
So how, you might ask, could that ‘family friendly’ moral authority called Disney know all this is taking place and never speak out against it a single time? Because the Walt Disney Company would sell their soul to get richer, they don’t care about the family, they don’t care about children, they only care about increasing the size of the Magic Kingdom. And if that means turning a blind eye to Muslim women, held in Chinese concentration camps, who are raped and abused all day and into the night, then so be it. Think about that the next time you plan a trip to one of their theme parks.
Walt Disney Company Silent on Revelations of Abuses in China’s Concentration Camps
FROM BREITBART NEWS: In the latest example of corporate complicity through silence, the Walt Disney Co. has refused to comment on a recent report that China is overseeing the systematic rape of ethnic minority women in the western Xinjiang region. The BBC News reported earlier this month that women in China’s concentration camps for Uyghurs have been repeatedly raped, sexually abused, and tortured.
One witness told the BBC News that women were removed from the cells “every night” and raped by one or more masked Chinese men. On Thursday, China retaliated against the BBC News by suspending the network from its airwaves, claiming that the British broadcaster has harmed China’s national interests and ethnic unity. Breitbart News reached out to Disney to inquire about the company’s position on the report. Company spokeswoman Zenia Mucha didn’t respond to an initial email inquiry and didn’t return Breitbart’s follow-up phone inquiry.
DISNEY’S SILENCE STANDS IN STARK CONTRAST TO THE OPENLY POLITICAL STANCES COMPANY LEADERS HAVE TAKEN AT HOME. LAST MONTH, DISNEY CHASTISED REPUBLICAN MEMBERS OF CONGRESS WHO OPPOSED CERTIFYING PRESIDENT-ELECT JOE BIDEN’S ELECTORAL COLLEGE WIN, SAYING IT WOULD SUSPEND DONATIONS TO THOSE POLITICIANS.
The company cited the Capitol riots of January 6. “In the immediate aftermath of that appalling siege, Members of Congress had an opportunity to unite—an opportunity that some sadly refused to embrace,” Disney said in a statement.
This week, Disney’s Lucasfilm fired The Mandalorian actress Gina Carano after she compared the treatment of conservatives under the Biden administration to Nazi Germany. Disney called her social media post “abhorrent” in a public statement. But the studio hasn’t taken similar action against co-star Pedro Pascal, who has compared the Trump administration’s policy toward illegal immigrants to the Holocaust.
At the height of the Black Lives Matter protests and riots last year, Disney posted a social media message and a YouTube video expressing its solidarity with the BLM movement. “We stand against racism. We stand for inclusion,” the company said. Two years ago, the studio threatened to boycott Georgia over the state’s fetal heartbeat legislation, with chairman Bob Iger saying that it would not be “practical” for his company to continue to shoot in Georgia if the bill became law.
Iger has also thumbed his nose at President Donald Trump, quitting the president’s business advisory council in 2017 over the White House’s decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate accord. “I deeply disagree with the decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement and, as a matter of principle, I’ve resigned from the president’s advisory council,” Iger said in a statement.
Disney has never spoken an ill word about China — neither about its human rights record nor its position as the world’s biggest polluter. More than any other Hollywood studio, Disney has developed a close business relationship with China’s Communist rulers. Iger has even expressed interest in becoming ambassador to China, reportedly making overtures to people in the Biden team about the coveted diplomatic post.
So close is Iger’s relationship with China that he forbade journalists at Disney’s ESPN from discussing the pro-democracy movement in Hong King in 2019. When asked about China during a CNBC interview the same year, he would only say it was important for Disney to be “culturally correct” when dealing with the country.
You can read even more here: