Sunday, February 17, 2013

Epidemic Breaks Out at Disneyland—It’s the Ghetto Lottery Virus!

By Nicholas Stix

Disneyland is doomed!

It started last year, with reconquistas and white racial socialists seeking to shake it down. Now, blacks are hitting it up for ghetto lottery payoffs. Two different black families, the Blacks and the Whites—no, I didn’t make that up!—using the same ambulance-chaser, er, Solon, Dan Gilleon.

The Blacks and the Whites both charge that different Disney staffers in cartoon character suits refused to touch their children.

You heard right: Black parents are insisting that strangers touch their kids.

If Disney responds by telling staffers to be sure to touch black kids, you know what comes next: Lawsuits from black parents, charging Disney staffers with sexually molesting their kids. Represented by Dan Gilleon, natch.

This is Ghetto Lottery 101.

At this point, the best thing that could happen to Disney would be a black “boycott.” Let blacks say they aren’t going to patronize Disney anymore. The company’s profits would increase, due to the lack of multimillion-dollar extortion, and more white and Asian families would feel safe taking their children there. However, for the foreseeable future, I believe that an epidemic of the ghetto lottery virus will make it impossible for Disney to make a profit off of black patrons. (See
the Adam’s Mark Hotel case for background.)

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Black Family Claims Disneyland Character Refused to Touch Their Kids
February 6, 2013 11:59 PM

ANAHEIM ( — An African American family sued Disneyland after the actor who portrayed the White Rabbit character from “Alice in Wonderland” allegedly refused to hug or touch their children because of their skin color.

Jason and Annelia Black of San Diego County said the person in the rabbit costume also acted impatiently as their young kids posed for a picture at the Anaheim theme park.

The Blacks, however, said it was a different scene when a Caucasian family arrived.

“There were two other kids that came up. The rabbit showered them. Hugged them, kissed them, posed with them, and took pictures.
Meanwhile, that made my kids feel horrible,” said Jason.

The family immediately filed a complaint with Disneyland officials.

The Blacks said they were offered VIP passes and $500, but they turned down both gifts.

In addition, they were asked to sign a confidentiality agreement.

The family said they want a public apology and the employee involved in the incident to be fired.

CBS2 was unable to receive a statement from Disneyland.

Second family accuses Disneyland character of racism
February 11, 2013

A second African-American family is accusing a character at Disneyland of ignoring their child because of the color of their skin.

10 News reports the White family of San Diego says they complained to the park after a person dressed as Donald Duck refused to take a photo with their son, instead interacting with white children.

Nastasia White says the character made a deliberate move away from her 5-year-old son Razzi, as he ran towards Donald yelling his name, to play with a baby in a stroller.

White says the baby's parents encouraged Donald to take a photo with Razzi, but the character instead went and hugged a white child. She says there is no way she misread the situation.

"I didn't (misread) because it was done in a blatant and ugly way," White told 10 News.

The Whites hired the same attorney as a family who is suing Disneyland over alleged racism to represent them in a possible lawsuit.

"I've gotten many emails and voicemails that I'm looking into," attorney Dan Gilleon told 10 News. "What this tells me is this isn't an isolated incident. It doesn't mean Disneyland is racist, but they have some people in the company who aren't playing by the rules and are being discriminatory."

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