The government is here: Continuation of the discovery at Disney

Posted: October 14, 2012 by FEMA help in FEMA

I woke up to the sounds of gun fire.

I listened for a moment and realized it was coming from Tomorrow Land.

I slowly made my way to the window that overlooked that area and scoped out the situation.

I saw a small force of men doing a sweep of the area. I must have been spotted when I was exploring. A camera, sensor, or some other alarm system I missed.

I was trying to figure out my next move, when I heard someone blow a whistle.

The squad stopped what they were doing and lined up in front of the Carousal of Progress. Some guy with a clipboard walked over and started to talk to them. More like scream at them actually. He didn’t seem extremely happy.

With the troopers lined up and standing still, I got chance to take a better look at them. My blood ran cold when I recognized the uniforms. They were Paladins.

The guy in charge double timed them to a couple of other areas where they continued their sweep drills.

After a some more practice runs, and a lot more yelling, he marched them to the front gates of the Magic Kingdom.

A little bit later I saw the monorail start up and head to the Contemporary resort.

Well, now I know why this place wasn’t activated and turned into a Green Zone area. Paladin had taken it over and re-purposed it into a training camp.

I thought back to my previous trips to Disney.

While I had usually taken the bus system to get around, I did ride the monorail system a couple of times.

The rail that left the magic kingdom went through the fourth floor of the Contemporary hotel, as well as two other resorts.

I’d never gotten off at the Grand Floridian or Polynesian Resorts, but from what I saw of them from the rail car they would be hard to defend.

The contemporary on the other hand was ideal. You could totally block the ground floor and still get in and out via the monorail. This would give you plenty of room for living quarters.

Additionally, if you got rid of the ramps at the ticket and transportation center stop, you could safely switch over to the monorail that went to Epcot.

Now, unlike the Magic Kingdom, Epcot is totally surrounded by water.

Give a combat engineering team a couple of days to blow up the bridges, and you have a completely isolated area which, again, can only be accessed by the monorail.

It would be an ideal HQ for Paladin.

Now how do I verify it?

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