By Donald Bohanon

I’m not surprised. But if you are going to stand for what’s right you have to really stand for what’s right no matter what the cost. Because if not you are not really standing you are just pretending. There are always ways to get around different obstacles in your fight to do what’s morally right.

In this case, being faced with backlash from brainwashed pro LGBTQ supporters within the organization and without I would myself do a complete restructuring of my staff and employee base and get rid of those who engaged in behavior that was negatively affecting the company bottom line and who support the destructive agenda and hire employees with views that fall in line with the right moral views that the organization espouses.

The staff and employees work for you. You don’t work for the employees. Change your rules and TOS to reflect this. You may lose some viewership for a period of time but I’m convinced you will gain a different and equally large demographic of supporters who wholeheartedly believe in what you’re doing.

And who will be more than happy to support you financially and in other ways. To change the destructive trajectory of the nation to save the nation and its children is going to require an all-hands-on-deck approach. Women around the world need to be fully engaged and influencing companies like Disney to do away with all aspects of the homosexual/pedophile agenda. And to not support it on any level. Promote a worldwide boycott of the company and any company that promotes these perversions that are designed to brainwash and pervert children. You have to hit them in the pocket book that’s the only way they will listen. And you can’t stop fighting until total victory is secured. The truth of the matter is if Disney really wants to make changes these are easy problems to solve.

After all, these are also your children they are salivating at the chance to rape and molest. Many other companies will have to get on board and apply the same strategy to ensure their companies can continue to flourish because if not the companies will eventually collapse and the nation with it if we continue to follow an unsustainable irrational destructive insane sexual engineering agenda that leads to only one sad outcome.

Those companies and individuals who support this agenda which is designed to brainwash and molest children will be judged and punished harshly and all the acts of mercy won’t change that because of how offensive the willful brainwashing and abuse/molestation of children is to God and because of how widespread that abuse will be and how it will proliferate around the Globe if gone unchecked and not stopped.

No amount of kind acts will be able to cover the magnitude of abominable sin and physical and spiritual death this will result in. The same thing applies to homosexuality and all other sexual abominations and how they will eventually proliferate around the Globe and result in the physical and spiritual deaths of millions.

To intentionally engage in abominable sexual sin while intentionally promoting the proliferation of it globally while doing acts of kindness in hopes of covering the sin is foolish and a strategy that biblically ignorant individuals will probably engage in that will backfire when judged because God will see it for what it is and will be less likely to pardon when he considers your role in the intentional global proliferation of abominable sexual sins of all forms.

Which resulted in the physical and spiritual deaths of millions and quite possibly billions. If you are going to do this, that is to make the necessary changes outlined here. I would suggest you do it quickly because Barrack Obama and other politicians have a habit of coming on my site reading articles and getting information in hopes of implementing measures and insighting opposition in order to hopefully counter it by deceptive and manipulative means.

Disney Article Below

Disney to produce more gay content for kids after staff backlash over company’s silence over ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill: CEO Bob Chapek attempts to avert staff walk out – but faces criticism from parents

  • Chapek told employees during a virtual town hall that he regretted not taking a public stance against Florida’s controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill
  • Employees are still planning a walkout Tuesday against Disney’s slow response
  • The Florida bill bans the teaching of lessons on sexuality, gender identity and sexual orientation ‘in a manner that is not age appropriate’
  • On Monday, Chapek announced plans to create a task force in charge of making sure that more LGBT-awareness content is available for children
  • A kiss between two women that was cut from an upcoming Toy Story spinoff has now been reinstated
  • Parents have taken to social media to criticize the company’s ‘woke pandering’ 

By ADAM MANNO and ANDREA BLANCO and ALEX HAMMER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 10:18 EDT, 22 March 2022 | UPDATED: 12:11 EDT, 22 March 2022

Parents are pushing back after Disney announced plans for a task force to include more LGBTQ content in its films and TV shows as the company simultaneously faces a massive employee walkout over its response to Florida‘s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill.

In a town hall meeting on Monday, CEO Bob Chapek said the entertainment behemoth would put together a task force to ensure that more LGBTQ-awareness content is available for children.

On Friday, reports emerged that Disney was reinstating a kissing scene between two women in the upcoming ‘Toy Story’ spinoff, ‘Lightyear’ – after Pixar employees accused the parent company of cutting gay characters from films. 

‘It’s not Disney’s place to play politics. Buzz light-year doesn’t need gay characters. It needs a good story, good performances, and to answer archetypal questions,’ said Twitter user @RageQuitSco. ‘If the inclusion of gay characters does that, I’ll show it to my kids. But not if it’s just far left propaganda.’

Another user wrote: ‘This is one Disney story that my child will never see.’

Meanwhile, the company geared up for a walkout on Tuesday by employees who are unhappy with the conglomerate’s slow response to Florida’s bill. It would ban the teaching of lessons on sexuality, gender identity and sexual orientation ‘in a manner that is not age appropriate.’

About three-quarters of Disney’s 190,000 employees work at its theme parks in Orlando, Florida and Anaheim, California. It is unclear how many will walk out, but union leaders are warning employees that doing so would defy their contractual obligations.

Disney expressed support for the demonstration in a Facebook post Tuesday morning. Disney CEO Bob Chapek told employees during a virtual town hall that he regretted not taking a public stance against Florida's controversial 'Don't Say Gay' bill and that the company will create a task force to focus on more LGBTQ content

Disney CEO Bob Chapek told employees during a virtual town hall that he regretted not taking a public stance against Florida’s controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill and that the company will create a task force to focus on more LGBTQ contentDisney workers are planning a massive walkout on Tuesday to protest the company's response to the bill, which limits classroom discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity. Above, demonstrators at a rally at the Walt Disney Company in Orlando on March 2

Disney workers are planning a massive walkout on Tuesday to protest the company’s response to the bill, which limits classroom discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity. Above, demonstrators at a rally at the Walt Disney Company in Orlando on March Disney has reportedly reinstated a gay kiss in its upcoming Toy Story spinoff amid the criticism. Hawthorne (voiced by Uzo Aduba), a character in the film Lightyear, has a relationship with another female character in the film

Disney has reportedly reinstated a gay kiss in its upcoming Toy Story spinoff amid the criticism. Hawthorne (voiced by Uzo Aduba), a character in the film Lightyear, has a relationship with another female character in the film

Parents have taken to social media to criticize Disney for catering to the backlash

Parents have taken to social media to criticize Disney for catering to the demands of some of its employees and fans who want more LGBTQ representation in mediaDisney expressed support for the demonstration in a Facebook post Tuesday morning

Disney expressed support for the demonstration in a Facebook post Tuesday morning

‘We oppose any legislation that infringes on basic human rights, and stand in solidarity and support our LGBTQIA+ Cast, Crew, and Imagineers and fans who make their voices heard today and every day,’ the company said

The demonstration is the culmination of a series of smaller protests that have happened between 3pm and 3.15pm every day since March 15. 

Organizers have branded Tuesday’s event as a ‘full walkout’ that will take place between 8am and 6pm ‘or whenever your shift begins/ends.’ Theysay they expect participation from production, marketing, IT and other non-unionized jobs.

Romualdas Dulskis, a Teamsters official in Orlando whose local represents costumed characters who portray Mickey Mouse, Cinderella and Stich at Walt Disney World along with bus drivers and other Disney workers, said his union did not support the walkout.

‘That’s just not the way we are going to go about this,’ he said.

Union leaders said contracts prohibit work stoppages or disruptions.

‘I don’t want to downplay anyone’s efforts, if someone feels what they are doing is the right way to make an impact,; said Eric Clinton, president of Unite Here! Local 362, which represents custodians, housekeepers and other Disney World workers. 

‘We aren’t part of that. It would violate our contract if members of our union participated, though we are concerned about the issue, of course.’   

On Monday, CEO Bob Chapek told employees during a virtual town hall Monday that he regretted not taking a public stance against Florida’s controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill.

Chapek already is facing leadership problems amid a rift with his predecessor, Bob Iger, and discontent from employees who remain loyal to Iger, thanks to his glittering tenure. 

Chapek acknowledged that Disney made a mistake by not publicly decrying the bill. 

‘I and the leadership team are determined to use this moment as a catalyst for more meaningful and lasting change,’ Chapek, 61, said during a virtual town hall meeting. 

Some parents have taken Disney to task over its decision to reinstate a gay kiss in an upcoming film

Some parents have taken Disney to task over its decision to reinstate a gay kiss in an upcoming film

Chapek also pledged to fiercely oppose Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s attempt to investigate parents of children undergoing gender-transitioning procedures for child abuse, The Wall Street Journal reported. 

Among other measures to smooth out edges after a rough start to his tenure in January, Chapek told employees that Disney would put together a task force overseen by film executive Paul Roeder and Disney Parks marketing executive Lisa Becket. 

The task force would be in charge of making sure that more LGBTQ-awareness content is available for children. 

But one Twitter user hit back, ‘Why does Disney not complain about the way china treats gay people, Ugyhurs, or the people that make the clothes you wear.’

Another user said they’ve renounced the company’s parks altogether.

‘I used to take my kids there every year. Now I refuse to take my grandkids back. You’ve made everything less magical and everything gay.’ Chapek came under fire after a group of LGBTQ employees at Disney asked their coworkers to join them in walking out of their workplaces during their breaks every day since March 15 to demand Disney 'protect employees and their families in the face of such open and unapologetic bigotry'

Chapek came under fire after a group of LGBTQ employees at Disney asked their coworkers to join them in walking out of their workplaces during their breaks every day since March 15 to demand Disney ‘protect employees and their families in the face of such open and unapologetic bigotry’Disney pauses political donations over limiting to LGBTQ discussion

 A source told Variety that ‘Toy Story’ spinoff ‘Lightyear’ – which stars Chris Evans as a fictional ‘real life’ inspiration for the ‘Toy Story’ character Buzz Lightyear – features a character named Hawthorne, voiced by actress Uzo Aduba, who is in a relationship with another woman.

The relationship was apparently kept in the film but a kiss between the two characters had been allegedly cut and was restored Friday amid the recent uproar. 

Neither Disney nor Pixar has publicly commented on the scene or the film, which isn’t slated to premiere until June 17. 

The friction began with an internal memo from Chapek on March 7 after a meeting with members of the company’s LGBT community. Corporate statements 'do very little to change outcomes or minds' and instead are 'often weaponized by one side or the other to further divide and inflame,' Chapek wrote in a March 7 memo

Corporate statements ‘do very little to change outcomes or minds’ and instead are ‘often weaponized by one side or the other to further divide and inflame,’ Chapek wrote in a March 7 memoStaff at Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios said in a letter to Chapek they were 'disappointed, hurt, afraid and angry' over their company's silence on the passing of the bill

Staff at Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios said in a letter to Chapek they were ‘disappointed, hurt, afraid and angry’ over their company’s silence on the passing of the billChris Evans is Buzz Lightyear in the trailer for ‘Lightyear’Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%0:00PreviousPlaySkipMuteCurrent Time0:00/Duration Time1:55FullscreenNeed Text

In the note, cited by local media, Chapek said he was hesitant for Disney to speak out against the Florida bill, which has received condemnation for impeding students’ access to ‘sexual orientation’ and ‘gender identity’ information at elementary schools.

Corporate statements ‘do very little to change outcomes or minds’ and instead are ‘often weaponized by one side or the other to further divide and inflame,’ Chapek wrote.   

Bob vs. Bob: Former and current Disney CEOs are ‘no longer on speaking terms’

Bob Chapek (left) and Bob Iger (right)

Bob Chapek (left) and Bob Iger (right) 

Former Disney CEO Bob Iger, 71, resigned in February 2020, just weeks before the company’s parks shut down due to the pandemic.

Bob Chapek, 61, was slated to start in March. He was handpicked by Iger himself.

But Iger had a sudden change of heart about his retirement.

In April, he announced he would be staying on to guide the company, citing the severity of the COVID crisis and park closures. 

Chapek was forced to the sidelines until this January. He reportedly felt like ‘a hapless second banana,’ sources told NBC, and was infuriated by Iger’s continued retirement delays.

The company issued a statement back in spring 2020 announcing that Chapek, then co-CEO, would take over in the near future. 

Insiders said Iger grew increasingly angry over decisions Chapek made without his input, including a reorganization of the company that laid off 28,000 theme park staff. 

The men, who were once close, barely exchanged words at a party held late last year to commemorate Iger’s retirement from the entertainment giant. 

Staff at Disney-owned Pixar Animation Studios said in a letter to Chapek they were ‘disappointed, hurt, afraid and angry’ over their company’s silence on the passing of the bill. 

In an attempt to amend his relationship with employees after his highly criticized memo, Chapek said on Monday that he plans to go on a global listening tour of employees, the Journal reported.  

Chapek’s statements before Monday have been met with a barrage of objections, as they were seen as a lack of support for the LGBT community. A campaign to boycott Disney circulated on social media.

Emerging as one of the strongest detractors of Chapek’s stance was Abigail Disney, the granddaughter of Roy O. Disney, who cofounded the cultural behemoth with his brother Walt. 

Disney, which has a huge presence in the Sunshine State in the form of its Walt Disney World resort, had faced weeks of criticism both internally and externally over its lack of public response. 

‘You needed me to be a stronger ally in the fight for equal rights and I let you down,’ Chapek said in an email on Friday to staff. ‘I am sorry.’  

‘It is clear that this is not just an issue about a bill in Florida, but instead yet another challenge to basic human rights,’ he wrote in an email.

‘Our employees see the power of this great company as an opportunity to do good. I agree. Yes, we need to use our influence to promote that good by telling inclusive stories, but also by standing up for the rights of all.’   

He also assured he had called Republican Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, who is expected to sign the bill into law, ‘to express our disappointment and concern that if the legislation becomes law, it could be used to unfairly target gay, lesbian, non-binary and transgender kids and families,’ the Los Angeles Times reported.

But Chapek’s comments could not extinguish the already burning controversy over the legislation, which is part of a nationwide effort by Republicans who feel they are wresting back control from liberal policies they say undermine traditional family values.  

The bill, officially entitled Parental Rights in Education- is expected to become law July 1, and teachers who breach its regulations can then be sued by parents. 

Chapek’s feud with Iger, which began after Iger delayed his retirement to ‘help’ Chapek tackle the COVID pandemic, has not helped his transition into his new role. 

The executives, who were once very close, now no longer speak after Iger infuriated Chapek by delaying his exit three times. 

Iger, who handpicked Chapek to succeed him, announced plans to stay on for a fourth time to help steer the firm through the early days of COVID in March 2020, as it was forced to shutter its money-spinning theme parks, and  theaters showing its films closed. Iger, 71, resigned in February 2020 weeks before Disney Parks shut as a result of the pandemic. However, in April, Iger stunned onlookers when again announced that he would be staying on as the company's top executive, citing the severity of the coronavirus crisis and subsequent park closures.+12View galleryChapek, forced to the sidelines in a secondary role until just last month, was infuriated by the slight, sources told NBC+12View gallery

New Disney boss Bob Chapek (right) no longer keeps in contact with former head exec Bob Iger (left), it has been reported, following a falling out that occurred between the two around the time Iger resigned from the company two years agoWalt Disney World's Magic Kingdom sits deserted in July 2020. Disney's former CEO Bob Iger reportedly infuriated his handpicked successor Bob Chapek by delaying his retirement for a fourth time to stay on and steer the entertainment giant through the pandemic+12View gallery

Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom sits deserted in July 2020. Disney’s former CEO Bob Iger reportedly infuriated his handpicked successor Bob Chapek by delaying his retirement for a fourth time to stay on and steer the entertainment giant through the pandemic 

CNBC reported that Chapek, who earned a total salary of $26 million in 2021, was ‘furious’ at Iger, didn’t need a ‘white knight’ and had not asked for any help. 

The men barely exchanged words at a party held late last year to commemorate Iger’s retirement from the entertainment giant. 

He stayed on as executive chairman after quitting as CEO, but stepped down from that role at the end of 2021. 

Their rift is also said to have caused issues for Chapek as he seeks to ingratiate himself among other Disney executives who remain loyal to Iger thanks to his glittering tenure at the helm of the entertainment giant, which began in 2005. 

Iger also caused ructions after he recently spoke out forcefully against the Don’t Say Gay bill, although polls show that the bill is supported by a majority of Americans.