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Good morning/afternoon/evening. My name is SierraStalker. In my opinion, a lot of Disney villains are morally right and deserved to do what they had. But many, many people are confused and don't believe my theories. In this blog, I will explain why I believe some Disney "villains" are actually good, and that the "heroes" either did not understand the villain, or were just jerks. Enjoy my theories on these classic Disney villains.

Jafar

Jafar wasn't wrong at all.

Power

He only really wanted power. He didn't want to change anything. He didn't want to make anything better. Of course, in the hands of the Sultan, Aladdin is homeless. If Jafar ruled, he would be a better ruler than Sultan. The Sultan doesn't really do anything. Jafar is the advisor. He tells the Sultan to do anything he says. The Sultan is clearly not a suitable ruler for any place.

Importance

Jafar just wants to feel important and powerful. As previously stated, Jafar is the royal advisor. The Sultan does not give Jafar any credit. Jafar does everything for the Sultan but he doesn't care. Jafar tried to overthrow him because it isn't fair being treated like the crap he was being treated like. 


I don't understand how Jafar was the villain, personally.

Ursula

Ursula is the most realistic villain Disney has ever created.

Racism

In the first draft of The Little MermaidTriton was Ursula's brother. Instead of explaining this, they cut it, saying that handsome, white Triton is good, and ugly, vaguely ethnic Ursula is evil.

Realistic

Ursula is just realistic. When Ariel goes to see Ursula, she grants her the ability to become human. But, like everything in real life, it came at a price. In exchange for becoming human, Ariel must give up her voice. That is realistic.

Reckless Ariel

Ariel didn't read a word on the unchangeable contract she was given. I understand Ariel's problem, but Ursula is not the one to blame.


More to come!