The controversial production number was featured in the series on the subscription video-on-demand streaming channel titled "Santa Clauses," which is a reboot of the earlier family-comedy theatrical trilogy "Santa Clause."
The Gateway Pundit reported: "Defenders of the series claim the scene where children are holding the letters which are supposed to say 'We Love You Santa' and is just one of the many comedic scenes in the movies, but parents aren't laughing."
Analysts are commenting that the mass media and entertainment conglomerate is no longer hiding its "evil" agenda. Disney has been under fire in the past years for promoting woke ideologies such as gender reassignment surgeries and other "grooming" idealisms. Now it has escalated to promoting Satanism.
According to the New York Times, Disney's direct-to-consumer unit racked up $1.5 billion in losses in the recent quarter.
Meanwhile, luxury fashion label Balenciaga has also received massive backlash for promoting "evil" agenda using children.
The company issued an apology for its BDSM-themed advertising campaign that featured young children holding stuffed animals in bondage gear and court documents pertaining to child pornography. (Related: Balenciaga blasted for ads featuring kids with BDSM gear.)
"We would like to address the controversies surrounding our recent ad campaigns," the Spanish fashion house stated in a Nov. 28 Instagram post. "We strongly condemn child abuse; it was never our intent to include it in our narrative."
"The two separate ad campaigns in question reflect a series of grievous errors for which Balenciaga takes full responsibility."
The first campaign involving stuffed animals decked in BDSM gear "should not have been featured with children." Balenciaga cited a "wrong choice" and its “failure in assessing and validating images" for the issue.
The second campaign's set design "replicates a business office environment." Balenciaga clarified that the document in the said ad was the 2008 U.S. v. Williams decision by the Supreme Court, which ruled that the promotion of child pornography is illegal and not protected by the First Amendment.
"All the items included in this [shoot] were provided by third parties that confirmed in writing that these props were fake office documents. They turned out to be real legal papers, most likely coming from the filming of a television drama," the brand explained.
Balenciaga's apology came three days after it filed a lawsuit against North Six, the production company it hired for the second campaign, asking for $25 million. Set designer Nicholas Des Jardins and his company were also named as defendants in the Nov. 25 complaint. Interestingly, none of the photographers for the first and second campaigns were included as defendants.
Meanwhile, internet sleuths have been digging deeper into this issue and homed in one of the company's in-house stylists, Lotta Volkova, who has a disturbing social media history that was recently made private. Twitter account @curioslight exposed Volkova as being in a relationship with an accused pedophile. The tweet thread included: "We can't only boycott #Balenciaga but also the people behind it."
The Russian-born stylist, who also designs for Adidas and was described by Vogue as a "super stylist, " is said to be super into disturbing images of Satanism, children in distress and teddy bear in bondage, based on her now-private Instagram feed, as noted by news site the Namal.
Watch the video below that exposes the dark side of Disney that teaches woke idealisms to children.
This video is from the Be Children of Light channel on Brighteon.com.