Top 10 Insanely Racist Moments In Disney Movies That You Totally Forgot About


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Top 10 Insanely Racist Moments In Disney Movies That You Totally Forgot About
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Looking back, these Disney scenes were pretty racist. From Fantasia to The Aristocats to Peter Pan, even wholesome Mouse House movies aren't completely free of racism, casual or otherwise. WatchMojo counts down the top racist moments in disney movies that you totally forgot about.

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#10. Sunflower
#9. Japanese Soldier Caricatures
#8. Conveyor Belt Mammy Doll
#7. King Louie
#6. "Arabian Nights"
#5. Native American Stereotypes
#4. "We Are Siamese (If You Please)"
#3, #2, #1???

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1 year ago

+Fidget_ Noot-Newt Song of the South is a beautiful anti-racist movie. Disney Studios is stupid for trying to disown it.

3 days ago

+thecreativeshopper That isn't racist. It's a parody of racism.

3 days ago

+Jonathan Darkmaple "The Tar Baby" is a traditional African folk tale! Where is the racism??

3 days ago

Not racist at all.

1 week ago

you forgot thanos is black

1 week ago

Perfect, now I have a list to let my kids watch... damn snowflakes!

3 hours ago

Ita only offensive cause it's totally true haha

7 hours ago

I'm gonna say the n-word

1 day ago

Maybe their drawn with slanted eyes, BECAUSE THEY HAVE SLANTED EYES DUMBASS!!!

1 day ago

These cartoons are not rascist

1 day ago

We definitely noticed them back on the day, but nobody had as much sand in their vaginas as they do these days.

1 day ago

Analyzing the past with current beliefs is so incredibly stupid. Trying to suppress it is even more so.

1 day ago

Nowadays, these scenes have been cut off for good reason from Disney films.

1 day ago

Personally its never bother me because it shouldn't matter Disney wanted to motivate and bring happiness to the world.

1 day ago

That like to dislike ratio lmao

1 day ago

The Blackfish

1 day ago

Cutting off thieves hands is not barbaric at all. How dare they!

2 days ago

😎With young people accepting homosexuality, more than 2 genders, global warming, who cares if their butt hurt over these movies...🇺🇸

2 days ago

How dare anyone have a sense of humour! That's wayciss! I think Disney should pay reparations.

2 days ago

Anyone who gets upset by this is a big baby.

2 days ago

omg the likes and dislikes are the same

2 days ago

What I find the most interesting is that most of their lead coloured characters are only in the film for about 10-30 minutes, excluding Pocahontas

2 days ago

Lame.

2 days ago

These cartoons are delightful, I'm offended that some have been cut. I also don't get how drawing an Asian with slanty eyes us racist. I think removing black characters is worse. At least they were being represented.

2 days ago

And today if you say anything negative about group of people you will be attacked, taken of social media, chastised and possibly fired especially if you are a white male.

2 days ago

Racism is too strong a word. These are really just insulting and insensitive

2 days ago

SIAM was actually the original name for Thailand, not Japan

2 days ago

Imagine getting as many likes as dislikes on a vid. COULDN'T BE ME

2 days ago

Sunflower reminds me of Gwen

2 days ago

MOJO thanks for new memes

3 days ago

Ugh everyone gets offended and it’s ridiculous.

3 days ago

Why you little cotton pickin....

3 days ago

I disagree that these movies are racist at all.

3 days ago

I adore Asians. My impression is that Asians are not bothered by this because they are NOT paranoid or overly sensitive about those things the narrator presumes. They are incredibly intelligent, and I have never known of any Asian to be paranoid or bothered by what this narrator says. To me, the narrator has a chip on her shoulder. People who are highly intelligent are not bothered by these petty notions pointed out by the narrator. Confident people simply are not affected by the so-called racism. I see this as affection, not racism. Asians are precious, sweet, wonderful and the depictions in these cartoons were not intended to harm or hurt anyone, including blacks! Artists of cartoons are revealing humor and the narrator of this report assumes everything is racist. The assumption of racism is misdirected, wrong. It does not exist. It is simply artistic expression. What about the white characters? Are whites imposed upon because the artist depicts them as Native Americans, or as with one brain cell? The narrator says nothing of this. One should never accuse the artist of racist intent without knowing the artist personally and having and being in possession of his mind and brain. Doing that is arrogant and hellish and pretentious. It is making the assumption you can speak for an artist who is no longer here to speak for himself. This report is trying to stir up crap from hell that is not part of the intention of the artists who created these innocent cartoons. I have Cherokee Indian in my ancestry....not presumed, but well known, and I am not offended by the Native American depiction. I find them cute, sweet, loving. The truest racism is found in the people who want to accuse these artists of racism. They use this as a means in which to attempt to prey upon the most stupid of people eager to scapegoat another for imagined intent of racism, which is NOT there. Are you saying these artists find Native Americans negatively? It is innocent. It is a freaking cartoon. I am not offended by the cartoons in the slightest, but it offends my intelligence that the narrator assumes these cartoons are racist. Stupidity of the narrator is offensive. She assumes racism when there is none in these cartoons. That assumption is disguised hatred. It is like going up to a red-headed person, taking a photo and later saying, "This person has red hair, and because the photographer showed her hair with a factory worker hat on, it reveals the red head in a less than honorable light. The presenters of this narrative are crazy. Do not buy into this crazy thinking. It is intended to cause you to hate your fellowman. I love my fellow humans, and such cartoons cause me to embrace them even more. The artists are simply being funny without ill will.The ill will in this presentation is in the mind of the narrator because the narrator has her ear at hell's door trying to convince you of ill intent and malice when there is none. It is a modern day witch hunt. This presentation is designed to get you to believe a lie and to open hell's door into you. The narrator accuser is petty and trying to distract you and get you to believe evil where there is no intention of evil. If you think like the devil, then you deceive others by suggesting something that is simply not true. Without intent, there is no sin. If you do not intend something for which you are accused, but your accusers insist you are a evil, consider the source. Accusers are listening to arrogance, which is born in hell first and seeks its expression in a puppet human to mislead others by suggesting there is evil intent in another human being whose action was within artistic expression and a reflection of the times.

3 days ago

this video was made by a leftwing snowflake non binary vegan starbucks drinker

3 days ago