Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021) – 136.13 – Bob Chapek & Bob Iger (CEOs, The Walt Disney Company)



Bob Chapek

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(CEO of The Walt Disney Company, 2020-2022)


Robert Alan Chapek (born 1960) is an American media executive who was the chief executive officer (CEO) of The Walt Disney Company from 2020 to 2022. Before becoming CEO he had a 26-year career with The Walt Disney Company, beginning in the Home Entertainment division, and eventually rising to become Chairman of Parks & Resorts then to Chief Executive Officer. On November 20, 2022, Disney’s executive board announced that Chapek would be fired as CEO. Chapek was succeeded by his predecessor, Bob Iger.


Chief Executive Officer

In February 2020, Chapek was named chief executive officer of the Walt Disney Company replacing Bob Iger, who would remain as executive chairman until the end of 2021. This was considered a surprise to many Disney employees, who had seen Tom Staggs as the heir apparent to Bob Iger. In April 2020, Chapek was elected to the Walt Disney Company’s board of directors. It was later revealed, the same month, that while Chapek remained CEO, Iger had resumed control of the company’s operational duties for the time being, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In numerous interviews with financial news outlets during the pandemic, Chapek has said he is focusing on opening Disney’s theme parks. In May 2020, Shanghai Disneyland opened with limited guest capacity capped at approximately 24,000 visitors per day, pursuant to government regulations. Chapek acknowledged that this was a “baby step” but found the attendance figures encouraging, considering that the limited number of tickets were selling out. Chapek vowed to increase capacity in the weeks to come, albeit in a conservative manner.

Chapek stated that upon the reopening of Walt Disney World in July 2020, both employees and guests would be required to take temperature checks, wear face masks, and observe social distancing guidelines. He said that the company would continue to work with local government and healthcare professionals to open the parks responsibly. He added that when the parks reopened, the first attraction he will ride would be Pirates of the Caribbean. In October 2020, Chapek agreed to keep Disney World at only 25% capacity until the CDC issued new guidance, and also stated that with regards to reopening Disneyland in California, “It’s not much of a negotiation. It’s pretty much a mandate that we stay closed.” In March 2021, after California eased COVID-19 restrictions, he then stated, “Here in California, we’re encouraged by the positive trends we’re seeing and we’re hopeful they’ll continue to improve and we’ll be able to reopen our Parks to guests with limited capacity by late April.” By July 2021, Walt Disney World had officially ended their mask mandate (except while on Disney transportation) and temperature checks, and were operating at higher capacity. That same month, fireworks shows at both Walt Disney World and Disneyland returned.

In October 2020, Chapek spoke about the company’s decision to begin focusing on streaming media, including Disney+, and direct-to-consumer advertising. Multiple films that were originally slated for theatrical releases, including Mulan and Soul, did not receive theatrical releases and instead debuted on Disney+. Mulan was offered on Disney+ for a premium fee, while Soul was offered for no additional cost.

Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Act

In 2022, as Florida passed its Parental Rights in Education Act (known by critics as the “Don’t Say Gay law”), reports rose that Disney funded the legislators who wrote and sponsored the bill; this conflicted with the company’s pro-LGBTQIA+ image. In a company memo, Chapek refused to criticize the legislation and played down the company’s backing of anti-LGBTQIA+ legislators. Chapek’s statements and actions were heavily criticized, including by several members of Disney’s creative talent. Following the criticism, Chapek reversed course claiming the company was “opposed to the bill from the outset” and would be donating to several LGBTQ+ organizations; while he had plans to meet with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis who supports the bill. One of the organizations, the Human Rights Campaign, refused the funds from Disney until “meaningful action” is taken. The day after, Chapek formally apologized for his prior statements and announced that the company will be ceasing donations to all political parties in Florida while looking to further improve their support for LGBTQIA+ causes.

Departure from Disney

In June 2022, Chapek signed a three-year contract extension to remain as Walt Disney Company CEO. However, on November 20, 2022, Bob Iger was reinstated as the CEO. According to Disney insiders through CNBC, Iger was formally requested to return as CEO on the previous Friday, and Chapek was not notified of his ouster until Sunday night. The board, through chair Susan Arnold, cited Disney’s negative earnings report released at the beginning of the month and believed that Iger was “uniquely situated” to lead Disney.

The New York Times further reported that Chapek had portrayed a “happy go lucky” mentality during the conference call held after the earnings report. Chapek was also criticized by the Times for “implausibly” emphasizing the success of Mickey’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, which is not a major event for the parks let alone the company as a whole. Calls for Chapek’s removal were emphasized that day by Mad Money host Jim Cramer, who particularly aimed criticism towards Disney’s “balance sheet from hell”.

Source: Wikipedia

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Predictive Programming is the concept whereby conspirators plan a false flag operation, they hide references to it in the popular media before the atrocity takes place; when the event occurs, the public has softened up, and therefore passively accepts it rather than offering resistance or opposition.


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(CEO of The Walt Disney Company, 2022+)


Robert Allen Iger (born February 10, 1951) is an American businessman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The Walt Disney Company. He previously served as the President of ABC Television between 1994 and 1995 and the President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Capital Cities/ABC, from 1995 until its acquisition by Disney in 1996. Iger was named President of Disney in 2000 and succeeded Michael Eisner as CEO in 2005, until his contract expired in 2020. He then served as Executive Chairman until his retirement from the company in 2021. At the request of Disney’s Board of Directors, Iger returned to Disney as CEO on November 20, 2022, following the unscheduled and immediate exit of his appointed successor, Bob Chapek.

During his initial 15-year stewardship of the company, Iger broadened Disney’s roster of intellectual properties, expanded its presence in international markets, and oversaw an increase of the company’s market capitalization from $48 billion to $257 billion. He led the major acquisitions of Pixar in 2006 for $7.4 billion, Marvel Entertainment in 2009 for $4 billion, Lucasfilm in 2012 for $4.06 billion, and the entertainment assets of 21st Century Fox in 2019 for $71.3 billion. Iger also expanded the company’s theme park resorts presence in East Asia, with the introduction of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and Shanghai Disney Resort in 2005 and 2016, respectively. Additionally, he was also the driving force behind the reinvigoration of Walt Disney Animation Studios, the branded-release strategy of its film studio’s output, and the company’s increased investment on its direct-to-consumer businesses, including Disney+ and Hulu. Iger is widely regarded as one of the most powerful, pragmatic and effective leaders in the media industry.

The Walt Disney Company

In April 2019, it was announced that Iger will depart from his position as CEO and chairman of Disney when his contract expires in 2021. Iger resigned from Apple’s board of directors on September 10, 2019, in order to avoid a conflict of interest as Disney and Apple prepared to launch competing streaming services Disney+ and Apple TV+.

In August 2019, Vanity Fair reported that actress Paz de la Huerta added Iger to her lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein over allegations of rape, claiming that he and previous CEO Michael Eisner “made a series of decisions that allowed a range of actions by Harvey Weinstein that unacceptably harmed certain employees”. Disney denied any knowledge of misconduct or settlements with victims during Weinstein’s run at Miramax from 1993 to 2005.

In September 2019, Iger released his New York Times Best Seller, The Ride of a Lifetime, which includes Iger’s years-long efforts to open Shanghai Disneyland Park; he traveled to China 40 times over 18 years for the project.

In 2020, Iger announced his intention to retire. On February 25 that year, the board of directors named Bob Chapek – then-chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products – the new chief executive, while appointing Iger executive chairman (an ad hoc post) to oversee the transition. In April however, the board unexpectedly extended Iger’s mandate until the end of 2021, so he could guide Chapek and the company’s senior management through the early COVID-19 pandemic. On December 31, 2021, Iger stepped down completely and was succeeded by Susan Arnold as chair of the board.

On November 20, 2022, Iger replaced Chapek as the CEO. Iger agreed to hold the post for two years while looking for a successor that will lead the company.

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(of a stimulus or mental process) below the threshold of sensation or consciousness; perceived by or affecting someone’s mind without their being aware of it.





A false flag is a covert operation designed to deceive; the deception creates the appearance of a particular party, group, or nation being responsible for some activity, disguising the actual source of responsibility.

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United States of America – Total COVID-19 Statistics

to January 2021:to October 2022:
Confirmed cases: 19,745,674Confirmed cases: 95,425,327
Deaths: 341,801Deaths: 1,051,649

United States of America – COVID-19 vaccination

Total Vaccinated:265,111,489
(79.85% of the population)
Fully Vaccinated:226,200,755
(68.13% of the population)


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