Continued from the Early Disney article.
Roy Oliver Disney was born in 1893, and his brother Walt in 1901. Roy and Walt (1901-1966) were only close to each other and not to their three other brothers, who didn’t resemble them. Walt’s middle name Elias, came from his father’s first name. The Disney family had emigrated from Ireland to Canada and then to the U.S. Their mother of Scottish descent, had the maiden name Flora Call but may not have been their biological mother.
Roy died in 1971, shortly after the opening ceremonies for Walt Disney World. He kept his promise to Walt to build Walt Disney World. He reneged on his promise concerning the city of Epcot (which was derailed into becoming EPCOT). Roy O lived in North Hollywood in the 1930’s, with his family later located in Napa Valley, CA (nicknamed the Valley of Kings) and was associated with the Illuminati kingpins in the area.
This “Valley of Kings” plays a major role in the dirty activities revealed in this article. Roy Disney played a bigger role at Disney Studios than people realize. For example, it was Roy O. who made the decision to cut 45 min. out of Fantasia, so that Walt’s pet project could be distributed to movie theaters. Roy, considered by some insiders as the more evil of the two brothers, kept the financial books for the Disney’s down through the years.
It is known that Disney kept two books during the 1950’s, so it is hard to believe anything other than Roy was fully aware of how Disney brought in their money. The big boys always kept the financial screws to Walt and Roy and often figured out scams to take their money. When the Disney brothers had an arrangement with Columbia Studio (run by Harry Cohn) they were advanced $7,500 for each cartoon, which cost them an unprofitable $13,500 to make.
COHN LIKED TO CHEAT WITH MONEY
Further, Cohn liked to cheat them by not sending them their money and taking a ridiculous amount of time to pay them what he owed them. The cash flow problems of the Disney brothers also came from Walt’s desire to keep improving and upgrading the technology they used. When Walt went to color over Roy’s objections, Disney’s profit margin was damaged and the studio was left with a shortage of cash.
In 1937, Walt’s repeated gambles with cartoon production ideas caused Roy to say, “We’ve bought the whole damned sweepstakes”. From 1940 through 1946, Disney lost money every year. In 1946, they lost $23,000. Finally, in 1947, things turned around and the Disney studio made a profit of $265,000. Cartoons and movies were not really big moneymakers for the Disney brothers, until it was realized that old films could be replayed on television.
Overall, from the 1920’s through the 1950’s, the Disneys may have broke even with animation. This is why Disney Studios at Christmas 1931, was unable to pay its payroll. Pinocchio cost $2.6 million to make in the late 1930’s, an amount hard to retrieve at that time from the box office, and Fantasia’s original release in the 1940’s was a dismal financial failure. When Sleeping Beauty was released in 1960, it was a loser, movie goers were apathetic towards it.
MERCHANDISING DISNEY PRODUCTS
The real money made by the Disney brothers in the 1930-1950’s came from the merchandising of Disney products, the production of underground hard porn and the kickbacks from various groups which used Disney for mind-control programming, as well as money laundering. When Walt died, his shares in Disney were worth $18 million. His family held 34% of the stock in Walt Disney Productions.
Roy’s daughter, Dorothy Disney Puder and husband, Episcopalian Rev. Glen Puder, purchased property at 1677 Sage Canyon Rd., Napa Valley, east of Rutherford. All kinds of interesting Mafia figures, Illuminati, and Bohemian Grovers live up the Sage Canyon Rd. This is close to the Rothschild’s Opus One Temple.
The Episcopalian Church, is simply a branch of Freemasonry. It is very typical for Mafia families to have one family member in the clergy & one full time in organized crime.
WHO WAS ROY E DISNEY?
Roy Edward Disney (nephew of Walt) is the son of Roy Oliver Disney (Walt’s brother). Sometimes he has been called Junior. The on Disney Magic Kingdom called him “Keeper of the Flame”. Roy E is an executive with Walt Disney Co.. He worked as an assistant. producer at Walt Disney Co. from 1954 to 1977. He has also been the vice-president of Walt Disney Co. and is president of Roy E Disney Productions in Burbank.
He is chairman of the board for Shamrock Broadcasting Co. As if that weren’t enough, he is on the board of directors for St. Joseph Med. Ctr., fellow U. Ky. Recipient of the Academy award nomination for Mysteries of the Deep. He is a director of the Guild American West, the Writers Guild, which is important. He belongs to the 100 Club, the Confrerie des Chevaliers du Tastevin, and St. Francis Yacht Club. He likes speed boat racing.
He married a girl named Patricia. He was barely tolerated by his uncle Walt, especially after Roy E made some snide remarks about Walt’s plans for Disneyland, which he and his father opposed until Walt Disney personally got the project going. Walt’s son-in-law Ronald Miller is one of the Disney clan who can’t stand Roy E. The two never liked each other, and in the power struggle between them after Walt’s death, Roy E won and ended up with Disney.
Although people called Roy E, “Walt’s idiot nephew”, he eventually (with the help of his father & outsiders) won the various power struggles at Disney and is now a powerful figure. Roy E Disney and Stanley P Gold work together in various ways and are both on the present Disney Board of Directors. They are friends and worked to prevent hostile takeovers of Disney in 1984. Gold is in charge of Shamrock Holdings, Inc.
THE BATTLE BETWEEN THE TWO DISNEY FACTIONS
In 1953, the two brothers and their respective sides of the family split when Walt created RETLAW corporation (Walter spelled backwards) This alienated his brother Roy O and his side of the family. Without going into all the details, RETLAW cut Roy O’s side out of the money that was to be made. But Roy’s side fought back and held their own.
Their big break came when Michael Milken and his band of junk bond artists carried out a ‘greenmail’ on the Disney Corp. Only a few insiders know how greenmail works. It is a legal form of blackmail. Milken would work with his friends, Saul Steinberg, Sir James Goldsmith and Carl Icahn. Milken would provide them the financial clout, to make them look financially capable of financially purchasing a corporation, that had been selected as a target.
Milken got 40% of the upside of any greenmail that went right. The targeted corporation would learn that someone like Saul Steinberg was going to buy them out. In order to prevent the buyout and keep their jobs, the officers of the targeted corporation would get frantic and either do suicidal re-financing, or buy the stock of the potential acquirer for inflated prices. The greenmail artists would then take their loot and go on their way.
The stockholders of the targeted company are the real losers, because in order to finance their protection, spend the stockholder’s money, take on new debts and deprive the stockholders of some profit-making potential of their shares. Saul Steinberg (a dear business partner of London’s Jacob de Rothschild) made what looked like the beginnings of a sincere hostile takeover of Walt Disney through Reliance.
RELIANCE BECAME DISNEY’S LARGEST STOCKHOLDER
At one point Reliance became Disney’s largest stockholder. Steinberg filed an amended 13D saying he intended to acquire 25% of the corporation. The CEO of Walt Disney Co, was Walt Disney’s son-in-law Ron Miller. Originally, Ron Miller and Ray Watson (a Bohemian Grove member from Stanford Uni.) of Walt Disney’s management, brought in the Bass brothers (mafia associates) to help them deal with Saul Steinberg’s takeover and to buy and develop land (especially in Florida).
Ray Watson was Ron Miller’s key right hand man. Disney acquired the Bass Brother’s Arvida for $200M, and brought the Bass brothers into Disney’s management. The Basses sold their stake in Texaco and used this money to bolster Disney. Sid Bass & Chuck Cobb (chief executive of Arvida) worked out a deal with Disney, whereby Arvida would profit from developing Disney land in Florida and Disney would profit from the new financial strength that Arvida would provide.
Arvida owned oil fields as well as theme parks and had helped create planned communities. For Ron Miller, on the one side was the Illuminati and the other side was the mafia. He didn’t trust either, but Steinberg’s takeover would eliminate Disney’s management and both he and Roy E Disney wanted to save Disney from a takeover by Steinberg. Roy E wrote a letter to Ron Miller stating his concerns about the acquisition of Arvida, but at least the Bass brothers would let Walt Disney continue to make their movies.
After the Bass brothers joined the Disney management and became one of Disney’s major stockholders, they soon joined sides with Roy E in a management fallout over whether Disney should buy Gibson Greeting Card Company. With enough votes on the board, they sent Ron Miller packing. With Ron Miller and those management, aligned with Walt’s side of the family gone, then CEO Michael Eisner, Frank Wells, Rich Frank, Jeffrey Katzenberg and some others made the modern Walt Disney Corporation.
Main Reference :- https://www.cia.gov/library/abbottabad-compound/FC/
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