Disney World Building Missile Defense System

Disney building new missile defense system

The past few years have been a wild ride for the world. From China unleashing Covid-19 on the world to the War between Ukraine and Russia, things have been far from normal. It almost feels like there’s no such thing as being too prepared. Because of the uncertainties, Disney World has begun construction of a missile defense system.

Disney building new missile defense system
Disney is building a new missile defense system

The Walt Disney Company is one of the largest international companies. While most of the focus is on the US, they have theme parks around the world. Disney also sells their movies all around the world as well. They have a huge presence, making them more vulnerable than most companies when it comes to uncertainties with the world we all live in.

Why is Disney Building a Missile Defense System?

This is the question that has everyone scratching their heads. Typically missile defense systems are built by countries in preparation for wars. In fact, Israel has the Iron Dome, which is one of the best missile defense systems in the world as they are often unjustly attacked. It’s extremely rare for a company to build their own missile defense system, so why is Disney doing this?

A look at a similar missile defense system in use
A look at a similar missile defense system in use. Photo via REUTERS/Amir Cohen

We reached out to an internal source to try and clear things up. According to our source, Disney is afraid of World War 3. Not because it would be a war of the world, but because of losing out on significant revenue. Disney fears that if there is a war, guests will stop visiting their theme park because they are worried about their safety and the world around them. To reassure guests, Disney is installing a missile defense system on Disney World property. This would be added protection, making Disney World one of the safest places to be if World War 3 were to break out.

This is actually great marketing too. Disney adding a missile system encourages guests to visit their park if a war breaks out. Guests will know that Disney World is safer than their house, giving them an added reason to visit the park. In fact, our source thinks if World War 3 breaks out, Disney World will be booked out all the time. People will flock to Disney to escape the war and stay safe.

Cost of Disney World Missile Defense System

Clearly, a missile system being built to protect Disney World is expensive. However, this expense seems worth it to Disney. In fact, they are very adamant that building this missile system is extremely important. Do they know something about World War 3 that we don’t? Maybe, but hopefully not. Either way, they just broke ground on this massive project.

Disney World anti-rain dome will be completed after the missile defense system
Disney World anti-rain dome will be completed after the missile defense system

The missile defense system coming to Disney World will cost $500 million. This is relatively inexpensive for a missile defense system, but it also only has to cover 43 square miles. Disney sees this as a necessary expense and guests are funding it. From the paid Wi-Fi to the VIPee bathroom experience, little things like this are helping to fund this new missile system.

The construction of the missile defense system is expected to be completed by the end of 2026. This project will be less expensive and completed before the anti-rain system Disney is building, which we reported on here. However, these are both great additions to Disney World to make the park more appealing and give people another reason to want to be at Disney World. In fact, they may change the Magic Kingdom slogan to “The Safest Place on Earth” because of this.

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Sussy Baka Amogus
Sussy Baka Amogus
5 months ago

Not really surprising, I understand Disney’s fear. As far as the monetary aspect, I would assume the FBI is providing the funds and missiles as a thank-you gift for Disney’s help in providing fingerprints. I heard from a really reputable source that these missiles will be called Ballistic Mickies, and that the first person to break into the defense system and launch a missile at Ron Desantis (Disney needs a non-employee to launch it to be absolved of legal responsibility) gets a free annual pass and can claim sanctuary in the Mickey Mouse Worship Center to avoid any repercussions or retaliations.