It was never about merit. It was never about quality. It was about sending the anti-white message.
Vox Day calls it the “Devil Mouse.”
It wasn’t always that way, but did you expect Walt Disney to truly live forever? His interviews of Werner Von Braun in the 1950s compelled our nation to invest in space exploration. Now? Our future is just goofy. [Disney entertainment chief says ABC passes on ‘incredibly well-written scripts’ because they don’t meet new diversity standards, Daily Mail, April 14, 2021]:
Dana Walden, the chairman of entertainment for Walt Disney Television, recently said during a panel discussion that ABC passed on ‘some incredibly well-written scripts’ because they did not meet its new diversity standards.
Walden made the comments during panel discussion titled ‘Women in Focus: Women, Big Tech and the Future of Hollywood’ put on by Chapman University and Glamour on April 9, the Hollywood Reporter revealed.
Last year, the outlet reported that ABC was calling for at least 50% representation of ‘underrepresented groups’ in regular and recurring characters – as well as with writing staff and producers.
‘I will tell you for the first time we received some incredibly well-written scripts that did not satisfy our standards in terms of inclusion, and we passed on them,’ Walden said during the panel discussion.
The guidelines announced by ABC also include ‘meaningful integration of Underrepresented Groups in overall themes and narratives’ and ‘ongoing meaningful integration of Underrepresented Groups in episodic themes and narratives.’
Shows in ABC’s lineup currently appear to already specifically address diversity with titles like its long-running Blackish series and its spin-off Mixedish – though other existing shows The Connors and The Goldbergs have largely white cast.
In January, ABC announced its new show Home Economics which premiered last week. The show stars Topher Grace, who is white, with a largely white cast.
Walden also revealed during the panel discussion that Disney will soon announce a new ‘BIPOC’ programming initiative at Hulu, referring to the term for black, indigenous and people of color.
Walt Disney couldn’t live forever.
No man can.
Those who reach for the stars in their lifetimes, will find their legacy sullied by those who view equality and equity a far greater goal worth pursuing unless they explicitly state their ambitions before their death.
Never apologize for your hopes or dreams, or desires for bettering mankind’s future.
Ten years after the end of World War II, Walt Disney promoted Von Braun’s dream for the future of humanity; now, those individuals controlling Disney’s legacy promote the anti-white worldview for programming on Disney-owned television/entertainment.
There is no such thing as white privilege in America. Only the elites privilege of erasing whiteness.
It’s not about merit of a script or about telling a compelling story, or even about making money… it’s about promoting an anti-white agenda.