[PDF] ✓ Unlimited ☆ DISNEY. The Mouse Betrayed. Greed, corruption and children at risk. : by Peter Schweizer ë

By Peter Schweizer | Comments: ( 961 ) | Date: ( Dec 06, 2019 )

For than seventy years, the Walt Disney Company has been an icon of wholesome family entertainment Now Disney is under attack by family and religious organizations Are the complaints hysterical censorship, or has Disney really lost its way Investigative journalists Peter Schweizer and Rochelle Schweizer set out to find the answer Exclusive interviews with Disney eFor than seventy years, the Walt Disney Company has been an icon of wholesome family entertainment Now Disney is under attack by family and religious organizations Are the complaints hysterical censorship, or has Disney really lost its way Investigative journalists Peter Schweizer and Rochelle Schweizer set out to find the answer Exclusive interviews with Disney employees, internal corporate documents, and law enforcement records reveal a story of a great American institution corrupted by greed and perverted by the lust for power and even bizarre vices The Schweizers reveal how Walt Disney put safety first, but the current management allows Disney World to have an injury rate twice the industry average for money how Disney became a partner in the nation s largest pay per view pornography distributor Disney World s rampant pedophile and sexual abuser problem and how the company prefers cover ups to simple and inexpensive solutions the weird message Disney sends when employees are caught peeping on even filming coworkers and guests in their dressing room how Disney thwarts the efforts of local law enforcement at its theme parks and how Disney licensees have been repeatedly charged with violating federal child labor laws.


  • Title: DISNEY. The Mouse Betrayed. Greed, corruption and children at risk.
  • Author: Peter Schweizer
  • ISBN: 9780895263872
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Peter Schweizer

PETER SCHWEIZER is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University From 2008 9 he served as a consultant to the White House Office of Presidential Speechwriting and he is a former consultant to NBC News He has written for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, National Review, Foreign Affairs, and elsewhere His books include The Bushes, Reagan s War, and Do as I Say, Not as I Do.



Comments DISNEY. The Mouse Betrayed. Greed, corruption and children at risk.

  • Lesley

    I was hoping for some great relevation and it never came. There is a lot of sad stories that lesser Disneyland fans might take as "oh i'm never going there again" but not me. Since I love the 'Land, the book seemed to try and find ANYTHING to make the Disney company look bad, it didn't work on me. Obviously, if you have been to the 'land you know how much people and especially kids just LOVE IT. The writers seem a bit too conservative and take any incident and blow it out of proportion. Some of [...]


  • Don Incognito

    Since I read this book circa 2001, I have never watched another Disney movie or bought any Disney merchandise again.


  • Nicole G.

    Even though this book was published in 1998, I'm sure a lot of this still goes on. Disney has a pretty serious paedophile problem, but they do not prosecute those cast members who have been involved in such events. The only thing they seem to prosecute is shoplifting, and that to the fullest extent of their law. Yes, their law. Disney creates their own laws, due to the way the corporation has set up themselves in Orlando. Disney also has the highest injury rating among employees and guests of an [...]


  • Amanda

    Though provoking, eye opening, but over all sad. The problems listed in this book are the problems of our world in total. If Disney hasn't fixed or evolved any of their processes in the decade since this was written then shame on them. However, we all have to protect ourselves, be careful, and watch our children no matter where we are. And - never sign a document without your lawyer present - duh!


  • Sophie

    Incredibly disappointing. I don't know what I was expecting, but this definitely wasn't it. The information presented was incredibly biased and the way the information was presented was subpar.A hard read, not for its intelligence or subject matter, but for its incrediblly boring dragged out and redundant information.


  • ellen

    Such high hopes. Dashed. Poorly written and not very interesting.


  • PuMbA's MoMmy*•.♥.•*

    This book was very 1 sided and biased. It was not made clear why these authors even began to write this book or why they have such dislike towards Disney. They brought up a lot of things that frankly, I don't see Disney is 100% at fault. Being a huge company they have a lot of employees. They can not be held responsible for everything those employees do simply because they work for them. I think these authors find it easy to blame Disney because it is such a huge company. Why not let the people [...]


  • Duane

    For anyone sitting on the "fence" about Disney, this book should be the final push. Filled with amazing & sad incidents that happen at Disneyworld yet the public is never told about, the authors do a great job of being honest, inpartial, and factual. It's so sad that a great institute like Disney has been "sold" to the modern generation to pillidge. Revealing safety concerns, crimes, pornography, and sex crimes that Disney not only knows about, but is involved in is so upsetting. Very inform [...]


  • David Emery McKown

    Admittedly when I vacationed in Orlando Florida I skipped Disney World because of this book. I visited Universial Studios and Seaworld. Although I determined that I prefer museums to theme parks, this book had an impact on me in deciding whether or not to visit Disney World.This book is old and I read it a couple of years before my 2015 vacation to Orlando. I wonder if the author will write a sequel updating the arguments he made and whether Disney Parks has changed for the better but I'm not op [...]


  • Andy

    Always-interesting dig into the Disney underbelly; particulars include the political machinations that made Disney World in Orlando, Florida possible, as well as its operations; some of the politically correct excesses of recent Disney films; and Disney's legendary, arguably overaggressive protection of its intellectual properties. A clue that this book gets a bit overly hysterical itself at times is dropped in the last bit of its subtitle, that 90's-era chestnut "children at risk".


  • Chris Kiefer

    It's been a while since I read this, but it's amazing the things Disney has done over the years. Whether it's pedophiles working in their parks, stealing movie ideas or people injured in the parks - this is a real eye-opening book about the greed of Disney and the lengths they go to.I own this book and will gladly loan it to you.


  • Roxanne

    i grew up in Calif and have been to Disneyland many times. I know Mr Disney had his grand vision for his park and for his movies that I loved and still love. After he passed away the new people that run this stuff are only after the money and I think the prices they charge leave many children never able to go there. It is all the money now.


  • Anthony

    This was a sad book, to know that this family oriented business no longer feels they need to worry about the entertainment or ethics they represent. It was as if your "sweet little mom" had ended up doing a series of "MOM's gone wild", drinking, partying, raunchy and hardcore sex, that most would turn away from."NOOOO not my momma!" Disney has lost it's path's way.


  • Dalice

    In terms of sensationalized attacks on Disney, this one takes the cake. Beware the gays at DisneyIn all honesty, there are some hard hitting facts here in this book, but the dogmatic and clearly vindictive narrative is transparent and tiring--to say the least.


  • Wendy Siegel

    The first, and best, book I read on Disney. Great!


  • Jenn De

    This has cured me of any desire of going to Disney World.


  • Christina

    made me never want to go to Disney world that is for sure. Had real accounts and documents of things that went on and still goes on apparently at the so called magic kingdom. very disturbing!


  • Jessica

    This book was surprisingly interesting. I was shocked at some of the things they uncovered about Disney. I still dont want to believe some of this.


  • Belisa

    awesome inside look at disney's corrupt side. From porn to perverts dressed as disney characters to very SHADY medical policies within the theme parks, this book will inform and surprise.


  • Lorene

    This isn't a book you like or dislike, but it was definitely disturbing.


  • Trudy Pomerantz

    What an eye-opener.


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