Robin Itzler, a longtime contributer to Orange County Breeze, explains how Disneyland’s Main Street provides cover for the malicious intents and actions of Communist China in an essay at American Thinker:
Walt Disney conceived of Disneyland as a place where people from all walks of life would enter the park and forget about the real world. Main Street was designed with a nod to the previous century and its slower pace of life compared to post-World War II hustle-bustle living. Even original right-angled street corners were rounded because curves had softer views.
Curiosity about the new theme park kept climbing. On July 17, 1955, more than 90 million of the nation’s 169 million citizens tuned in for the TV special Dateline Disneyland on its opening day. It was America’s first introduction to Disneyland.
Soon known as “The Happiest Place on Earth,” the original theme park in Anaheim, California, and its sister parks (Orlando and throughout the world) continue to welcome millions of devoted fans who adore Mickey, Minnie, and all the Disney characters.
And it all begins on iconic Main Street…