Disneyland acclimates Americans to troops on streets
Kids and adults alike interact with friendly 'Army troops' daily
By Martin Hill
August 22, 2012

Disneyland, billed by some as "the happiest place on earth" is subliminally acclimating Americans to having troops patrol the streets. Located in Anaheim California, a focus of local protests since police shot three people in one month, the corporate behemoth marches out green Army men every day to interact with the kids in Disney's California Adventure Park. The parades, launched under the pretext of a nearly twenty year old movie "Toy Story", occur multiple times daily. The green Army characters march about, drive down the streets in their Army vehicle, play drums and interact with children along the route.

Toy Story, the 1995 animated film released by Walt Disney pictures, featured a number of characters including the army men and inspired two sequels, Toy Story 2 (1999) and Toy Story 3 (2010).

There are plenty of recent examples of military troops being deployed onto U.S. streets violating Posse Comitatus, generally sold under the pretext of "helping the public":