Mickey Mouse is used to symbolise Monarch slaves who are spies (see Monarch slaves). These Monarch slaves are demonically possessed and the demons become their alter personas that control every aspect of their lives.
The mascot/identifier of spies is Mickey Mouse ears.
Ears are for hearing/listening and these ears symbolise spying.
When these slaves give private performances or are hired out as sex slaves to wealthy sheikhs, local or foreign businessmen/politicians, clergy or royals, they act like tape recorders and record everything they hear, then playback/repeat it to their handlers.
Let’s take a look at where Mickey Mouse ears appear:
Candice Swanepoel; note the ‘x’ on her glove and those on the eyeballs of the creature staring at her. An ‘x’ is a diagonal cross
Ashley Tisdale, who is symbolising the ‘Eye of Ra’ (see All-Seeing Eye)
Katy Perry and Hayden Panettiere
Britney Spears on the cover for the single I Wanna Go; note the skull with the Mickey Mouse ears, symbolising a demon-possessed Britney. The skull represents a skeleton
Etymology of skeleton:
From Ancient Greek σκελετός (skeletós, meaning ‘dried up, withered, dried body, parched, mummy‘), from σκελλώ (skellṓ, meaning ‘dry, dry up, make dry, parch’), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)kelh₁- (to parch, wither); compare Greek σκληρός ‘hard’.
The skeleton represents the demons that possess Britney — demons are dead, zombies, dried up like a mummy.
Cubby O’Brien as a Mousketeer on The Mickey Mouse Club, circa 1956
Tina Fey, photographed for Vogue magazine
Kourtney Kardashian, the cat she is holding identifies her as a sex slave
Annette Funicello and Jimmie Dodd
Chloe Grace Moretz in Teen Vogue magazine; Chloe is wearing chains, symbolic of her enslavement
Dakota Fanning on the cover of Glamour magazine in March 2013
Xiao Wen Ju, photographed for Vogue China in January 2015
Bella Thorne; the leopard print pattern identifies her as a sex slave
Carly Rae Jepsen
Sarah Jessica Parker
Chrissie Chau on the cover of Ketchup magazine
Kelly Osbourne, Ali Lohan and Lindsay Lohan
Teri Hatcher and her daughter Emerson
Tyra Banks, the leopard print hat identifies her as a sex slave
Rita Ora on the cover of Elle magazine
Doda (real name Dorota Rabczewska)
Heather Marks, photographed by David Burton for Elle France in December 2011
Drew Barrymore photographed for Pop magazine in September 2009
Chanel Iman, photographed for Vogue Germany
Sting, photographed by Marcia Resnick in 1979
Zelda Williams, photographed for Entertainment Weekly; she is symbolising the ‘Eye of Horus’ (see All-Seeing Eye)
Coco Rocha, photographed by Arthur Elgort. An ice cream cone represents the mental brain freeze of the Monarch slave, or their madness and helplessness
Melanie Brown and her daughter Madison
Karen Elson, photographed by Cass Bird for Vogue Korea in October 2013
Michael C. Hall
Marilyn Manson on the cover of Paper magazine
Ahn So-hee, photographed for Nylon magazine