(((Subscribe))) now for more! http://bit.ly/1QHJwaK Hollywood has a long history of producing government propaganda films masked as innocent entertainment. From Disney using Donald Duck to persuade people to pay their income taxes in The Spirit of ’43 to blockbuster films like Red Dawn and Zero Dark Thirty. Media analyst Mark Dice reveals the true power of American cinema.
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Walt Disney has a long history of making cartoons and movies serving up propaganda to American audiences from World War II until the present time. This is just one of over 100 he made during World War II…
The Spirit of ’43 is an American animated World War II propaganda film created by Walt Disney Studios in 1942 and released in January 1943. The film stars Donald Duck, and arguably contains the first appearance of the character Scrooge McDuck, although Scrooge is not named in the film. It is a sequel to The New Spirit. The purpose of the film is to encourage patriotic Americans to file and pay their income taxes faithfully in order to help the war effort. The repeated theme in the film is “Taxes…To Defeat the Axis.”
In the film, Donald Duck is portrayed as an everyman who has just received his weekly pay. He is met by two physical manifestations of his personality — the classic “good angel on one shoulder, bad devil on the other shoulder” dilemma common to cartoons of the time — identified as the “thrifty saver” and the “spendthrift.”
“Why should we not form a secret society with but one object the furtherance of the British Empire and the bringing of the whole uncivilized world under British rule for the recovery of the United States for the making the Anglo-Saxon race but one Empire. What a dream, but yet it is probable, it is possible (Cecil Rhodes, 1853-1902).” Parenthetically, at the end of the film “The Rock” a lingering question is raised: “Do you want to know who killed Kennedy?” President Kennedy was killed shortly after his famous Secret Society speech. This video is a series of short clips including Bill Clinton, Ron Paul (on Professor Carroll Quigley) and other key witnesses to history. Quigley revealed a secretive “Anglo-American Order” tinkering with the shape of 20th Century (the third clip is Alex Jones’ summary of Quigley). Does the Illuminati still exist? Their ideas exist: “Rhodes’ similarities with Weishaupt are threefold: first, he came to the same conclusion as Weishaupt that creating his own secret society for the purposes of changing elite opinion was the only means to ensure that his goals could be achieved; second, he was similarly unimpressed by the Freemasons and the Jesuits, yet he copied their methods; and finally, his ultimate goal was essentially the same as Weishaupt, in that he sought to create a world order in which peace would prevail as divisions would be overcome by a global civilization, albeit an Anglo-Saxon one.” The clips affirm inductively that there are spheres of power in the shadows that exert great influence. Moreover a handful of American companies financed both Hitler and communists – including General Electric. But in our day four media giants strangely propagate the same premises the Illuminati articulated in the 18th century (Viacom, General Electric, News Corp, and Disney). But if in doubt, follow the money (Rhodes, Rothschilds, Rockefellers, J.P. Morgan, etc.). Edward Griffin warns: 1. The Federal Reserve is incapable of accomplishing its stated objectives. 2. It is a [private] cartel operating against the public interest. 3. It’s the supreme instrument of usury. 4. It generates our most unfair tax. 5. It encourages war. 6. It destabilizes the economy. 7. It is an instrument of totalitarianism. The Secret Society started the Royal Institute of International Affairs and Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) In 1921, funded by the Rockefellers, the RIIA founded its American wing — known as the Council on Foreign Relations. As its membership is marginally more public than its British counterpart it is clearly seen that anyone who has had any influence on American or global politics ever since has been a member of the CFR. This includes 14 of the last 18 US Secretaries of State; the previous eight CIA directors; the majority of presidential and vice-presidential candidates including Eisenhower, Nixon, Carter, Mondale, Ford, Nelson Rockefeller, Bush and Clinton.
Featured Image: “Walt Disney (1901–66), the American film producer, director, screenwriter, voice actor, animator, and entrepreneur, was best known for creating such iconic characters as Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse, for whom Disney himself was the original voice. In the 1930s and 1940s, he produced full-length animated films that included Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Pinocchio (1940), and Bambi (1942). In 1955, Disney opened Disneyland, a theme park located in Anaheim, California that featured many attractions based on Disney film characters. This 1965 photograph shows Disney and his brother Roy (1873–1971) with Florida’s Governor W. Haydon Burns (1912–87), announcing plans to create a Disney theme park in the state. Walt Disney World opened in 1971. Located just southwest of Orlando, Florida, the attraction grew to become the largest resort in the world, covering 47 square miles (122 square kilometers) and encompassing four theme parks, two water parks, a wilderness preserve, and numerous hotels.” CREDIT: call number C069089CV (Florida Department of Commerce collection) SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (Public Domain)
Disney established Disneyworld in Florida in a far reaching conspiracy that was aided by the C.I.A. and congress. These shady dealings with the government have come to light in the book, Finding Florida by T.D. Allman, and is discussed by Tabetha Wallace and Tyrel Ventura of Buzzsaw.
Funded and approved by the US Department of Treasury in 1943, this Disney featurette was to encourage every good American to do his “duty” and pay his taxes, which, at this time, were at an all time high. Those who do not wish to pay or don’t pay it gladly are depicted as friends of Hitler and enemies of liberty and democracy.
Contrary to what has been stated on other posts of this film, it was never “banned” by anyone. Not only was it approved by the Treasury Secretary, it received an Academy Award nomination for “Best Documentary Feature.” Even President Roosevelt himself had a hand in approving Donald Duck as the main character.
With advice from former CIA operatives and lawyers, Disney bought up the land for Florida’s Disney World and orchestrated a unique legal situation—and set up an unconstitutional form of government.
An excerpt from T.D. Allman’s Finding Florida.
Starting in the mid-1960s when Disney set out to establish the Disney World Theme Park, they were determined to get land at below market prices and Disney operatives engaged in a far-ranging conspiracy to make sure sellers had no idea who was buying their Central Florida property. By resorting to such tactics Disney acquired more than 40 square miles of land for less than $200 an acre, but how to maintain control once Disney’s empire had been acquired? The solution turned out to be cartoon-simple, thanks to the CIA. . . . Read Complete Report
by Disney – Historical footage from 1965 of Walt Disney discussing his plans for the “Florida Project.” Includes a clip from the press conference held on November 15, 1965 in Orlando with Walt Disney, Florida Governor Haydon Burns, and Roy Disney announcing the plan. . . Description posted with video
Creating realistic, humanoid robots seems to be one thing the technology world hasn’t conquered successfully yet. Humanoid robots always seem to look frightening — right in the deepest depths of the uncanny vally — but at Disney animatronics are key for many of their attractions and rides. Disney Research has come up with a system that accurately recreates the face of any human and their facial expressions and put them onto an animatronic bot.
Disney calls the process “face cloning” and they accomplish just it by first making a 3D scan of the face. During the scan the subject performs a variety of facial expressions while the computer usesmotion capture technology to capture every detail of the expressions made, right down to where the wrinkles appear and how the skin moves. The result is a digital mesh of the face that Disney can use to create a design of a realistic robot head that will replicate each of the expressions the subject made during motion capture. , , , Read Complete Report
We propose a complete process for designing, simulating, and fabricating synthetic skin for an animatronics character that mimics the face of a given subject and its expressions. The process starts with measuring the elastic properties of a material used to manufacture synthetic soft tissue. Given these measurements we use physics-based simulation to predict the behavior of a face when it is driven by the underlying robotic actuation. Next, we capture 3D facial expressions for a given target subject. As the key component of our process, we present a novel optimization scheme that determines the shape of the synthetic skin as well as the actuation parameters that provide the best match to the target expressions. We demonstrate this computational skin design by physically cloning a real human face onto an animatronics ﬁgure. . . . Posted with video at youtube