Disney Pushes Marxism, Teaches Kids ‘Equity Will Make It Right’

A cartoon has emerged on Disney+ that seeks to push Marxist ideology onto preschool children.

In an episode of “Ready For Preschool” by Disney Junior called “Learn about Fairness,” kids are taught about the far-left theory of “equity.”

Not to be confused with “equality,” so-called “equity” promotes the idea that “some” should be given an advantage in life over others based on factors such as race, gender “identity,” or sexual preference.

The radical ideology is being used deceptively because it sounds a lot like a cherished principle, “equality,” but in practice means its opposite.

Equity contradicts and undermines the more traditional understandings of equality because the end requires that government and public policy deliberately favor some groups over others.

“In race-based Marxism, some groups are going to have to be given superior status to others, and discrimination is going to have to be practiced by the state to effectively redress the disparities caused by past discrimination,” as Bradley Gitz explains.

“One’s status before the law and possession of rights will therefore and inevitably be made contingent upon one’s race and ethnicity.”

In a minute and a half long cartoon, Disney explains the concepts of equality and equity using the classic characters, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, and Goofy.

The episode explains that when equality isn’t enough to make things fair, equity is needed, noting that some may get help while others don’t.

It begins with the four characters on a picnic, explaining that in order for things to be fun, they must be equal.

Mickey gives his friends the same amount of food for lunch, explaining that equality is when everyone gets the same portions

“Some of the time equality just doesn’t make things fair,” the episode says.

“Like when we are at the orchard, picking apples we can share.

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“While some of us are short, some of us are tall, so I might need a big boost, while you need none at all.

“When everybody gets whatever help they need to succeed, that’s called equity.”

In the next scene, Minnie, Goofy, and Pluto all stand on boxes under a tree to pick apples.

However, Pluto is unable to reach.

Goofy then gives his box to Pluto, and the show explains that in order for everyone to have what is fair, some may get help while others don’t.

Minnie, Goofy, Pluto, and Mickey then each have a basket of apples.

But Mickey has less than Minnie, the episode shows.

Minnie gives some of her apples to Mickey so they have the same amount because “fair equals fun.”

In the final scene, all the characters are riding bikes, but Pluto is pushing his bike and cannot keep up.

Goofy attaches a wagon to the back of his bike to pull Pluto instead.

“When we take a ride on our bikes, equity will make it right,” the show states.

“Because fair, fair, fair, equals fun.”

In 2022, Disney decided to stop using the phrases “boys and girls” or “ladies and gentlemen” in an effort to be more “inclusive.”

Later in the year, the “woke” corporation shut down the iconic “Splash Mountain” attraction, claiming it promotes “racial stereotypes.”

Disney has recently come under fire after claiming that Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ Parental Rights in Education bill, which prohibits lessons on gender identity and sexual orientation in Pre-K-12 classrooms, was not inclusive enough of the LGBTQ community.

Since then DeSantis has moved to limit the corporation’s self-governing privileges in the state.

READ MORE: Lauren Boebert Nukes Karine Jean-Pierre for Pushing Communist Claim That Kids ‘Belong to All of Us’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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