Disney Teaching Future Porn Stars

Illuminati Hypersexualization of Children Exposed!

Disney Pedophilia and Satanic Rolemodels

Published on Oct 12, 2014
Exposing subliminal sexualizing content aimed at young children from Hollywood, TV shows, Movies, and the pedophile fashion industry. Disney channel and Disney movies exposed. Young girls being turned into miniature sex kittens. Illuminati brainwashing and destruction of Morality.

Today I am going to attempt to re-equip at least a few of the world’s Bicycle-Built-For-2 Households With A Kickstand

My Friends, I want to warn you ahead of time that should you listen to me, AND watch this video, you WILL be forced to at least partially admit I WAS RIGHT ALL ALONG!!!!  OK, that just kind of slipped out, what I am trying to say is President Obama DID NOT start the events we are witnessing.

As I said, “This plan began with my parents, at least, or even possibly my Grandparents, this was MOM’s APPLE PIE AMERICA”.  All my Mom’s side of the almost every parent and Grandparent could think about was “OK I KNOW little Junior did something so lets beat him some more with the sparetherodspoiljunior bullwhip.  But while only trying to cover their sins by beating us, they turned the rats loose with the old let’s make it so we can vote our own raises block of cheese.

Dr Timothy Leary almost spoiled that, so the RACE CARD was played, and blinded people for a minute.  But more and more people were Turning on, Tuning in, and Dropping out; so that didn’t fool the “enlightened”.  So Jane Fonda did her bit(YES I AM SAYING IT WAS SCRIPTED, JUST LIKE THE TENNIS MATCH WITH BILLY JEAN KING), I don’t even want to talk about the draft cards and flags,(surely not) I feel sick….

May 4, 1970……………………………………….  The song you’re thinking of is by Neal Young and Crazy Horse.  just watch the movie please

 

Online, you are guilty even after being proven innocent

Once you’re arrested, your name is tarnished forever.

More and more people are having “Google problems.” They usually look like this:

  1. someone got arrested;
  2. the local newspaper wrote about it;
  3. prosecutors dropped the charges completely;
  4. the person’s record was expunged (in other words, the slate was wiped clean);
  5. the original arrest article, however, is still online.

Now whenever anyone searches that person’s name, the arrest is one of the top Google results even though they’re weren’t guilty.

Google: Your new permanent record

You can imagine the trouble this causes for the individual seeking the article’s takedown: difficulty getting a job, a promotion, or even a date. It seems unfair that even though the judicial system saw fit to remove all traces of the arrest from the person’s record, there’s no corresponding requirement that the local newspaper do the same. What’s the point of expunging a record when anyone with internet access can bring up an old, bogus arrest? Even if a court of law drops the matter, the court of public opinion has condemned that person for life.

The free speech rights of publishers trump those of individuals

In the battle of the newspapers versus the individual’s reputation, the law is on the newspapers’ side. They have a First Amendment right to report true information and are under no legal obligation to remove—“unpublish,” as it’s referred to lately—content, even when significant updates have occurred. In our experience, publishers are generally unwilling to remove articles that were factually accurate when written. Their reasoning ranges from lofty (saying they don’t want to “rewrite the historical record”) to lazy (they have a policy of never changing anything).

Some publications will remove an article, but only if the stars align and several factors exist: the publication doesn’t have a strict policy against unpublishing, we reach an actual human being, we reach an actual human being who’s in a good mood that day, we’re able to provide documentation of the dropped charges or expunged record, and the person to whom we speak decides that the facts of the particular situation warrant removal. It takes hard work, persistence, and luck. Does it happen? Yes, but you can see why it’s pretty rare