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Disney stock plummets 12% after earnings miss: 'Yeah, too much fag and woke shit,' admitted the disgruntled CEO.


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Disney (DIS) stock plummeted on Wednesday after the media giant reported fourth-quarter earnings results that missed expectations across the board, with the exception of subscriber net additions.

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/disney-stock-plummets-after-earnings-miss-174514502.html



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1   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Nov 9, 2:07pm  

liberals live in denial, trapped. they are woke owned. they can’t walk away without riot and cancel culture. and staying course is slow death.

oh well…
2   AD   2022 Nov 10, 12:18am  

Yeah I also saw that also Disney Parks (ie.., Disneyland, Disney World, etc.) have not fared well also based on what was reported in today's Disney's earning report.

Disney needs to re-evaluate itself. Even Marc Zuckerberg said during today's layoff annoucement of 13% of its work force that he made a mistake as far as not realizing he was pushing Meta to un-profitability.

I wonder how much Disney has been taken over by a left wing Woke culture that views profits as irrelevant compared to its Woke agenda.

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3   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Nov 13, 8:47am  

Go Woke, Go Broke: Disney Stock Tanks as Company of 'Woke Perverts' is Forced to Purge its Workforce

First, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) won re-election in a landslide victory on Tuesday. Then Disney’s corporate earnings disappointed Wall Street, sending its stock crashing to new lows. Now the entertainment giant is reportedly planning layoffs, a targeted hiring freeze, and travel limitation on its employees.

In a letter to top company executives obtained by multiple news outlets, Disney CEO Bob Chapek said the austerity measures will be “difficult” but necessary.

“I am fully aware this will be a difficult process for many of you and your teams. We are going to have to make tough and uncomfortable decisions. But that is just what leadership requires, and I thank you in advance for stepping up during this important time,” he wrote.

“Our company has weathered many challenges during our 100-year history, and I have no doubt we will achieve our goals and create a more nimble company better suited to the environment of tomorrow.”

He said Disney will also be conducting a “rigorous review of the company’s content and marketing spending,” with all of these efforts being overseen by newly formed “cost structure taskforce” comprised of Chapek, CFO Christina McCarthy, and general counsel Horacio Gutierrez.

It remains unclear how many workers Disney will layoff and which areas of the company they will come from.

As Breitbart News reported, Disney shares plummeted this week after the company reported fiscal fourth-quarter earnings that fell short of expectations, putting the company’s future profitability into question. Disney revealed that it lost a stunning $1.5 billion on its streaming entertainment services as it seeks to build out Disney+ and Hulu in an effort to compete with Netflix and other competitors.

Disney picked a political fight with Gov. DeSantis earlier this year over the state’s Parental Rights in Education Law, which prohibits the teaching of sexuality and gender ideology — including transgenderism — to children in kindergarten through third grade.

Caving to pressure from a small group of radicalized employees, Chapek condemned the law and pledged that Disney would embrace radical LGBTQ activism going forward.

So far this year, shares of Disney are down a whopping 62 percent.

https://www.extremelyamerican.com/post/go-woke-go-broke-disney-stock-tanks-as-company-of-woke-perverts-is-forced-to-purge-its-workforce

4   RayAmerica   2022 Nov 13, 9:09am  

Anyone that takes their kids or grandkids to one of their parks, or, to watch one of their perverted, child-indoctrinating movies is complicit in their evil.

I sincerely hope that they completely disappear from the scene. The way it's going, that's a very real possibility.
5   RC2006   2022 Nov 13, 9:12am  

Kids team and parents went to see black panther for free, it was horrible and whites are portrayed as bad guys and colonizers. But more importantly there was a trailer for the little mermaid. The whole trailer shows glimpses of her but not her face until the end, at which point most of the girls in the theatre started booing.
6   Ceffer   2022 Nov 13, 9:51am  

Netflix keeps up the shoe horning. In a movie about Sherlock Holmes' young sister, Moriarty is portrayed a black woman in Victorian England, LOL! The outlandish mischaracterization reveal was also postponed until the end of the movie.
7   HeadSet   2022 Nov 13, 2:48pm  

Al_Sharpton_for_President says

So far this year, shares of Disney are down a whopping 62 percent.

Enough time has passed that Mickey Mouse should be public domain.
9   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Nov 16, 5:43am  

Leading a Global Intelligence and Threat Analysis Program for One of the World’s Most Well-Known Brands.

Angela Lewis, Manager of Global Intelligence and Threat Analysis for The Walt Disney Company and Protective Intelligence Honors Thought Leader, is tasked with the massive job of understanding how geopolitical events and global security intelligence could impact The Walt Disney Company’s various lines of business.

To do so she’s created one of the best protective intelligence teams in the business. One that she leads with encouraging a positive organizational culture, something Angela believes is key to the success of any security program. She is even nearing the completion of her PhD in Global Leadership from Pepperdine University; her dissertation focuses on building and leveraging intelligence teams in the private sector.

I recently had Angela join me on The Protective Intelligence Podcast for a fascinating discussion into the Walt Disney Global Intelligence and Threat Analysis program she runs. Here are some highlights from our conversation.

What were the main considerations you took into account when building out your team?
When I started building out my team, I had the luxury of already having been in the company for a few years, so I had a good feeling for the overarching needs of the business when it came to intelligence. So, that meant that it really came down to designing a strategy for meeting those needs and then identifying the right staffing, structure, and processes to support that strategy.

In reality, while building a team is heavily dependent on hiring the right talent, it also means ensuring that whatever structure you design supports that talent and allows them to grow and evolve along with your company’s needs – same with the processes and procedures that are implemented. I definitely took an agile approach to establish our team.

That said, our team also has a very nuanced remit, so while many organizations are looking at tactical incident monitoring and alerting; investigations related to problematic communicators, or social media threat intelligence, those elements reside within different parts of our organization. We are able to focus primarily on strategic geopolitical and global security intelligence – understanding how things happening around the globe may impact Disney’s various lines of business.

Developing tailored intelligence requirements – really understanding where to focus our efforts – also helped to identify the right talent to join our team and how to structure the team so as to best leverage individual and collective strengths.

What advice would you give a newly appointed director or manager of an intelligence team who has never done it before?
Do a needs assessment first! Many times, a new leader is brought in to build an intelligence capability – often from a government background – and sometimes, they’re handed a budget and some headcount, and they start with building the structure and then go about trying to figure out how to use that structure – or the people they’ve hired – to accomplish all of the things that their organization expects of them.

Scoping the work first – truly understanding what is needed – and why – will help to build an intelligence program more thoughtfully. It also helps to avoid some of the stumbles that many leaders face in building these teams. It’s not about what you as a manager or leader think the intelligence function should do, or even what other organizations within the private sector do – but rather what unique security threats exist to your particular company and how intelligence can best be brought to bear to help decision makers mitigate them.

At the end of the day, the intent of global security and intelligence is to help business decision-makers make the best possible decisions, and intelligence teams can’t do that if they don’t know what questions or problem set they’re targeting.

What is unique about the work culture of your team?
It would be easy for me to say something like “the gifs” (because my team can drop some perfectly-timed and completely on-point gifs like nobody else I know), but in reality, I’d have to say the camaraderie.

I know that I am 100% biased, so I won’t be offended if this is taken with a grain of salt – but I am immensely proud of the way the team just “gels”. We have a lot of different personalities on the team – some are shy or reserved while others are outspoken, some are passionate about Harry Potter while others are hardcore Disney fanatics (and still others have never even seen Frozen…), but the team shows up for each other. Whether it’s rooting each other on ahead of a briefing, helping provide peer review so a product is the best it can be, or just serving as a safe place to express frustrations before moving forward with the work that needs to be done. I think the reason the team is so effective is the culture that allows everyone to bring their unique slice of genius while also encouraging each other as we tackle our “areas for growth.” At the end of the day, we are a team, but our individuality is recognized and celebrated, too.

The analysts on your team have a wide range of backgrounds – how do you approach recruiting and mentoring?
In my time as the manager of my team, I have hired a total of 9 (going on 10) analysts, and I am batting 1000, which feels really good. Every single one of my analysts has been the absolute perfect pick for their role. I don’t typically approach hiring by looking for a specific background – I’m not even necessarily looking for analytic experience. What I am looking for is intellectual curiosity, someone who wants to learn and grow, who is adaptable, flexible, and agile, and who is a great team member. And yes, solid writing skills.

To be honest, though, I think this success has been only partially because the right people were selected – it’s also because of the camaraderie on the team, which I mentioned previously. They work hard for each other – and that means that every time we onboard someone new, it’s a team effort. Each person on the team contributes to bringing the newest person up to speed, helping them get acclimated, and ensuring that they’re fully integrated into the team. Every person on my team is a mentor because they have unique strengths that we can all learn from. I may be there to serve as a sounding board or to give suggestions or guidance or even career advice, but I’m not the only leader on my team – each member of the team is contributing to everyone else’s growth and development every day.

How does your team evaluate the unique threat landscape?
From a bigger picture perspective, our lens is a Disney global security lens – for us, that means seeing what’s happening around the world through the eyes of Disney Cruise Lines, ABC News, Marvel, Pixar, ESPN, National Geographic, etc.

It also means seeing the challenges of current events through the eyes of individual cast members, guests, and business decision-makers. To do this, we have to rely heavily on a very collaborative approach. We work with vendors, regionally-based partners, our professional networks, and fellow cast members so that we can have the most holistic view of the threat landscape. We also nuance our analysis for individual lines of business. This means that no two days are ever the same – and nor are any two products – so it certainly keeps things interesting, but it also allows for a more creative and flexible approach to global intelligence and threat analysis.

https://ontic.co/blog/leading-a-global-intelligence-and-threat-analysis-program-for-walt-disney/



11   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Nov 17, 7:07am  

fucking disney ran by faggots and their simps. seen too many people brainwashed to think gay is cool and hip. this is the result.

mormon church came out yesterday supporting gay marriage too. our culture is fucked. work hard to protect your children.
12   Booger   2022 Nov 17, 7:10am  

https://youtu.be/8axdtnalUCc
Can Anyone Afford Disney World Right Now?

Commentary is priceless!
13   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Nov 17, 7:49am  

Booger says


Can Anyone Afford Disney World Right Now?

The plan to raise prices and embrace pederasty got a lot of executives some sizebale bonuses as well as expanded access to the highest levels of gubberment.
14   zzyzzx   2022 Nov 17, 9:21am  

Al_Sharpton_for_President says

Booger says



Can Anyone Afford Disney World Right Now?

The plan to raise prices and embrace pederasty got a lot of executives some sizebale bonuses as well as expanded access to the highest levels of gubberment.


The plan is raise prices until the park thins out a little bit. I.E- demand pricing.
15   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Nov 17, 9:25am  

zzyzzx says

The plan is raise prices

Just for white peopoes, else RACIS'!
16   EBGuy   2022 Nov 17, 3:51pm  

FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden says

mormon church came out yesterday supporting gay marriage too.

No they didn't. A couple of GOP senators (including Romney) voted for the Respect for Marriage Act due to these provisions.

SEC. 6. NO IMPACT ON RELIGIOUS LIBERTY AND CONSCIENCE.

(a) In General.--Nothing in this Act, or any amendment made
by this Act, shall be construed to diminish or abrogate a
religious liberty or conscience protection otherwise
available to an individual or organization under the
Constitution of the United States or Federal law.
(b) Goods or Services.--Consistent with the First Amendment
to the Constitution, nonprofit religious organizations,
including churches, mosques, synagogues, temples,
nondenominational ministries, interdenominational and
ecumenical organizations, mission organizations, faith-based
social agencies, religious educational institutions, and
nonprofit entities whose principal purpose is the study,
practice, or advancement of religion, and any employee of
such an organization, shall not be required to provide
services, accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods, or
privileges for the solemnization or celebration of a
marriage. Any refusal under this subsection to provide such
services, accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods, or
privileges shall not create any civil claim or cause of
action.

SEC. 7. STATUTORY PROHIBITION.

(a) No Impact on Status and Benefits Not Arising From a
Marriage.--Nothing in this Act, or any amendment made by this
Act, shall be construed to deny or alter any benefit, status,
or right of an otherwise eligible entity or person, including
tax-exempt status, tax treatment, educational funding, or a
grant, contract, agreement, guarantee, loan, scholarship,
license, certification, accreditation, claim, or defense,
provided such benefit, status, or right does not arise from a
marriage.
(b) No Federal Recognition of Polygamous Marriages.--
Nothing in this Act, or any amendment made by this Act, shall
be construed to require or authorize Federal recognition of
marriages between more than 2 individuals.
17   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Nov 17, 3:54pm  

EBGuy says


No they didn't. A couple of GOP senators (including Romney) voted for the Respect for Marriage Act due to these provisions.


they did man. local idaho news. LDS mormon church came out in support of gay marriage.

googled it and it was even on fox

https://www.foxnews.com/lifestyle/mormon-church-support-federal-law-protecting-same-sex-marriage
18   EBGuy   2022 Nov 17, 5:11pm  

FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden says

LDS mormon church came out in support of gay marriage.

From your article:
The nearly 17-million member, Utah-based faith said in a statement that church doctrine would continue to consider same-sex relationships to be against God’s commandments.
19   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Nov 18, 7:58am  

disney grooming gay operation
22   EBGuy   2022 Nov 28, 5:31pm  

Disney’s ‘Strange World’ to Lose $100 Million in Theatrical Run
Since “Strange World” cost $180 million to produce and tens of millions more in global marketing and distribution fees, the film needs to gross roughly $360 million to break even, sources say.
And keep in mind: those levels were unattainable for “Lightyear” (which ended its theatrical run with $226 million worldwide) and “Encanto” (which ended its theatrical run with $256 million worldwide), despite those films notching bigger opening weekends. Rival studios believe “Strange World” will be lucky to hit $45 million by the end of its domestic run. By comparison, “Encanto” earned $96 million in North America while “Lightyear” generated $118 million in the states.
“This is a weak opening by Disney animation standards,” says David A. Gross, who runs the movie consulting firm Franchise Entertainment Research. “At a cost of $180 million, plus marketing expenses, the film will finish in the red, even with good ancillary income.”
Overseas grosses may not provide much of a lifeline. “Strange World” was similarly jilted at the international box office with $9.2 million from 43 markets.
23   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2022 Nov 28, 6:41pm  

Strange World promotes gay shit to kids openly.

disney fucking groomer faggots
24   NuttBoxer   2022 Dec 6, 1:25pm  

So I didn't let my kids watch Lightyear after seeing the bullshit around lesbians having a kid. My daughter wanted to watch Strange World, and I had not taken the time to read about it, so we got caught in the theater. It was awkward, but we stayed as they didn't show the teens even holding hands, just discussed the boy having a crush on another guy. The problem is this is an animated movie targeting kids. Needless to say, we won't be going to ANY more Disney movies without a thorough review, which I should have known already after Lightyear.

Went to Disneyland the other week. At the end of the Christmas parade you have Santa of course. The thing that bugged me, he said "Happy Holidays" instead of Merry Christmas. Which I did hear somewhere else in the park, so why the fuck not say it in the parade. My older daughter exclaims to me after he passes "Santa's black!?". I couldn't really see, and he didn't sound black, so I hadn't noticed, but when she said it I did. Then in the movie previews the other day, everyone was black, then black Arial in the Mermaid reboot. What the fuck, are we in Africa? How would it look if Africa or Jamaica had white movies and commercials everywhere?
25   EBGuy   2022 Dec 6, 3:18pm  

Disney’s ‘Strange World’ Plummets 60% In Its Second Weekend
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Strange World crashed nearly 60% in its second weekend, earning an estimated $4.9 million. It did so while screening in more theaters – 4,174 – than any other film in North American theaters, drawing just $1,178 per screen.
The dismal second weekend follows a disastrous Thanksgiving holiday launch, in which the film failed to reach its already tepid box office projections and ended up with a ‘B’ from the market research film Cinemascore, which is unheard of for a Disney film. Strange World’s total stands at $25.5M, and it is currently on pace to become the lowest-grossing Walt Disney Animation Studios film since 2011’s Winnie the Pooh, which was the studio’s last hand-drawn animated feature. The difference was that Winnie the Pooh had a budget of around $30M; the budget of Strange World has been reported by Hollywood trades to be anywhere between $135-180M.
26   richwicks   2022 Dec 6, 9:20pm  

NuttBoxer says

How would it look if Africa or Jamaica had white movies and commercials everywhere?


In Mexican soap operas seems like nearly everybody is white in that.

Television and film is just propaganda now. It's product on top of that, just don't consume it.
27   AD   2022 Dec 6, 9:24pm  

EBGuy says

Disney’s ‘Strange World’ Plummets 60% In Its Second Weekend


Iger is going to need at least 12 to 18 months to start to turn things around. Disney went on a "go Woke, go broke" bonanza. Doesn't help Iger took over as Disney CEO during a major recession, or just at the beginning on one.

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28   richwicks   2022 Dec 6, 9:30pm  

ad says

EBGuy says


Disney’s ‘Strange World’ Plummets 60% In Its Second Weekend


Iger is going to need at least 12 to 18 months to start to turn things around. Disney went on a "go Woke, go broke" bonanza. Doesn't help Iger took over as Disney CEO during a major recession, or just at the beginning on one.

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Strange World failed not because it was "woke" really, it's just that it was genetic, predictable, and sucked. That's what reviewers are saying anyhow.

Similar to when we were being told that the reason that Ghostbusters 2016 didn't do well was because it was an all female cast. It failed because it just kind of sucked. It was all ad-libbed, juvenile comedy.

I don't consume modern media much, but in the rare times I catch it, it's just bad. The writers are below average. Basically today, Star Trek Strange New Worlds is just a bunch of nonsense strung together to get to the next special effect sequence for example. As if in 2022, special effects are even important today.
29   AD   2022 Dec 6, 9:42pm  

richwicks says

Strange World failed not because it was "woke" really


Okay. However, the main character of this movie was in-your-face gay. Disney made it a point that its lead character is gay.

Disney's movie Lightyear cost $200 million and they only have grossed about $220 million since its June 2022 release. Disney is going to be in a major financial hole in 2023 given its line up of movie disasters.
30   richwicks   2022 Dec 6, 9:45pm  

ad says

Okay. However, the main character of this movie was in-your-face gay. Disney made it a point that its lead character is gay.


Yeah, I know - that didn't help it, but the real problem is that the film, sucked. It's heavy handed in THE MESSAGE (pending environmental disaster because of energy use), it's predictable, and it's dull - at least according to reviews. I have no intention of actually seeing it, but I rather like to laugh about it.

ad says

Disney's movie Lightyear cost $200 million and they only have grossed about $220 million since its June 2022 release. Disney is going to be in a major financial hole in 2023 given its line up of movie disasters.


They are making shitloads in the MCU BS. I'd LOVE to see those pedophiles crash and burn, but they probably won't.
31   AD   2022 Dec 6, 9:56pm  

richwicks says

They are making shitloads in the MCU BS


Yeah as far as Marvel Comics being owned by Disney. They are making at least $300 million profit with https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther:_Wakanda_Forever

Not sure Marvel will make enough profit for Disney cinema to break even in 2022 given the disasters such as with movies Lightyear and Strange World.

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32   richwicks   2022 Dec 7, 1:18am  

ad says

Not sure Marvel will make enough profit for Disney cinema to break even in 2022 given the disasters such as with movies Lightyear and Strange World.


Remember that 5 trillion dollar "covid relief" bill in 2020?

There's 330 million Americans. The max any one American could receive was $1,200. $1,200 * 330 million = $396,000 million or 396 billion or 0.396 trillion or a little less than $0.5 trillion.

5 trillion - 0.5 trillion = 4.5 trillion that didn't go to people...

Where do you think that money went, and why do these companies keep doing dumb shit that pushes woke propaganda which ALSO drives away people that would normally purchase their PRODUCTS?

Pretty certain the pedophile groomers at Dizney will be just fine..
33   AmericanKulak   2022 Dec 7, 1:22am  

ad says

Not sure Marvel will make enough profit for Disney cinema to break even in 2022 given the disasters such as with movies Lightyear and Strange World.

Strange World is looking like a $100M loss, and that's going by the bullshit accounting. Probably more.

It's also not just that the movies do "Okay", some of them have to do incredible once the gimmick accounting is gone. Merchandising, as Yogurt the Schwartz Master said, is King. Disney projected at least a billion they didn't make on Merch for the last Star Wars movie.
34   richwicks   2022 Dec 7, 1:33am  

AmericanKulak says


Disney projected at least a billion they didn't make on Merch for the last Star Wars movie.


Isn't it kind of pathetic that little kids are still doing Star Wars? Star Wars came out when I was 6 years old in 1977.

It's kind of like if I was playing with Commando Cody toys at that age, but that was only 1952. That was only 25 years old when I was 6. Star Wars is now 45 years old. It's more like Buck Rogers, which first appeared in 1929, the ORIGINAL Buck Rogers. The radio serials came out in 1932.

Star Wars is SO OOOOOOOLD. It's as old as Buck Rogers was to me as a kid, really. The television series came out in 1950. The television series was only 27 years old when Star Wars came out. Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, the television show, came out in 1979 - it was 50 YEARS old by then.
35   Misc   2022 Dec 7, 2:32am  

Name something Hollywood has released that isn't old.
36   richwicks   2022 Dec 7, 3:16am  

Misc says

Name something Hollywood has released that isn't old.

Strange World.

There's a few:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_2022_box_office_number-one_films_in_the_United_States

I just don't care what Pedowood makes anymore.
37   HeadSet   2022 Dec 7, 9:36am  

richwicks says

Star Wars is now 45 years old.

Needs to go into public domain.
39   Patrick   2023 Jan 5, 12:05pm  

HeadSet says

richwicks says


Star Wars is now 45 years old.

Needs to go into public domain.


Absolutely. Copyright should be limited to 20 years only, just like patents.

What we have now is spectacular proof that DC is corrupt, since Mickey Mouse got copyright protection extended every time it was about to expire.
40   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2023 Jan 5, 4:49pm  

fucking disney will fuck up your kids. now they make more gay movies for kids.

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