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Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.

 
Doomamatrix

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You must be onto something, OP, 'cause the shills are shrilling tonight!!
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05/07/2011 01:48 AM
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The Federal Protective Service Police are there to protect something of importance to the security/survival of the United States or the critical elements needed for reconstruction of the U.S. as a society. And i believe that the sign that says National Archives and Records Administration explains the FPS presence there.



The FPS mission is to render federal properties safe and secure for federal employees, officials and visitors in a professional and cost effective manner by deploying a highly trained and multi-disciplined police force. As the federal agency charged with protecting and delivering integrated law enforcement and security services to facilities owned or leased by the General Services Administration (GSA), FPS employs 1,225 federal staff (including 900 law enforcement security officers, criminal investigators, police officers, and support personnel) and 15,000 contract guard staff to secure over 9,000 buildings and safeguard their occupants. FPS provides comprehensive coverage for these facilities nationwide.

Protecting the critical infrastructure and key resources of the United States is essential to our nation's security, public health and safety, economic vitality and way of life. FPS protects one component of the nation's infrastructure by mitigating risk to federal facilities and their occupants.

[link to www.dhs.gov]
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05/07/2011 01:54 AM
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Something is coming.

(not that we can do anything but at least we can use this as a doom weather gauge of sorts)
 Quoting: Doomamatrix

That was also a thought I had while watching him go in and out of the caves.
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Gotta clean house before we move in!

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05/07/2011 01:56 AM
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Well I doubt they will be able to hold down a fort once the hordes wake up.
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05/07/2011 02:03 AM
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There are huge cave systems in texas. Even underground rivers. All limestone. Someone who worked at the state mental hospital here in Austin time me that there are underground levels and tunnels linking that facility to the UT campus and the capitol building. In the basement of what is now a restaurant and used to be a brothel, tete is another tunnel leading to the capitol building also. The capitol is built out of granite from far away.
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05/07/2011 02:09 AM

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There are a number of Natl Archives around the USA, not sure why it is so spread out actually...
[link to www.archives.gov]
Scroll down to Kansas then see 'Lenexa'

Probably not as secret and sinister as we initially thought though.
There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same [became] mighty men which [were] of old, men of renown...Genesis 6:4
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There are a number of Natl Archives around the USA, not sure why it is so spread out actually...
[link to www.archives.gov]
Scroll down to Kansas then see 'Lenexa'

Probably not as secret and sinister as we initially thought though.
There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same [became] mighty men which [were] of old, men of renown...Genesis 6:4
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05/07/2011 02:12 AM
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There are a number of Natl Archives around the USA, not sure why it is so spread out actually...
[link to www.archives.gov]
Scroll down to Kansas then see 'Lenexa'

Probably not as secret and sinister as we initially thought though.
 Quoting: CO SKY WATCHER
Thanks man! good find! Glad my hypothesis was wrong
Gemini

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05/07/2011 02:14 AM
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what do you deliver OP?
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I loaded there I picked up "berry clusters" going to Kellogg.
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Thank God the berry clusters are safe!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1371885

lol



Nice post OP
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05/07/2011 02:24 AM
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The Federal Protective Service Police are there to protect something of importance to the security/survival of the United States or the critical elements needed for reconstruction of the U.S. as a society. And i believe that the sign that says National Archives and Records Administration explains the FPS presence there.



The FPS mission is to render federal properties safe and secure for federal employees, officials and visitors in a professional and cost effective manner by deploying a highly trained and multi-disciplined police force. As the federal agency charged with protecting and delivering integrated law enforcement and security services to facilities owned or leased by the General Services Administration (GSA), FPS employs 1,225 federal staff (including 900 law enforcement security officers, criminal investigators, police officers, and support personnel) and 15,000 contract guard staff to secure over 9,000 buildings and safeguard their occupants. FPS provides comprehensive coverage for these facilities nationwide.

Protecting the critical infrastructure and key resources of the United States is essential to our nation's security, public health and safety, economic vitality and way of life. FPS protects one component of the nation's infrastructure by mitigating risk to federal facilities and their occupants.

[link to www.dhs.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1371332

How many have they built for the civilian population?
That right ---- 0.
Russia has built underground cities for a large portion of its population to survive a nuclear war, those evil commies.
How many radiation alerts has our government warned about? Thats right ---- 0.
Checked the UC Berkeley radiation readings for the US lately? How about Fairewinds?

The abcs are stocking up on body bags, railroad cars with shackles, shotguns for banking execs, tons of freeze dried food.
You and I will be lucky to even get a body bag.
Even cordwood gets a better pyre.
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05/07/2011 02:31 AM
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Commercial storage... perfect cover. Remember a few years ago the MSM reports of gov agencies moving to Denver?

Thanks OP, wish we had a thousand like you...
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05/07/2011 02:33 AM
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I delivered at an underground storage facility in Lenexa Ks(south west suburb of Kansas City Ks) today and this is what I saw.

Funny thing is I have delivered to these facilitys many time and have never even seen so much as a cop.

Today was different and a little strange.

Homeland Security going into cave.
:hs9sp:

Inside cave.
:hs6sp:

Storage inside cave.
:hl2sp:

Here is the weird part across the street is this but I do not know if this is an underground facility.
:hs8sp:

This picture is just to show he was going in the cave and not on a service road.
:hs4sp:

Close up of car.
:hs10sp:

What went thru my mind as I kept waching is that when TSHTF these type storage facilitys will be on lock down and just the choosen few will be allowed any food from them.

What do you think GLP?

Also there are no coffiee shops or cafes in this facility as there are in others.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


OP, AT THE VERY LEAST, YOU SHOULD HAVE SENT THIS FROM A FRIENDS COMPUTER, SAYING YOU GOT THIS FROM A FRIEND OF YOURS.

YOUR IP CAN BE TRACED, AND IF THEY FIND YOU POSTING THIS INFORMATION ONLINE A THREAT, NOTWITHSTANDING A POSSIBLE TERMINATION OF YOU JOB, IT WOULD HAVE ATLEAST AFFECTED HOW MUCH MORE "STUFF" YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN ABLE TO DELIVER....


YOU SHOULD HAVE WAITED FOR YOUR ENTIRE JOB THERE TO HAVE BEEN OVER WITH
Inkedscorp

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05/07/2011 02:57 AM
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Not sure if anyone brought this up but why would berry clusters come out of a controlled underground facility instead of a production plant that is above ground?

What is so special about the clusters that they need placed in such a guarded facility?
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05/07/2011 03:10 AM
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Not sure if anyone brought this up but why would berry clusters come out of a controlled underground facility instead of a production plant that is above ground?

What is so special about the clusters that they need placed in such a guarded facility?
 Quoting: Inkedscorp


The berry clusters aren't being stored in the National Archive Branch at that location. There are commercial underground facilities at that location to which to the OP was delivering to. There is a local branch of the Nat't Archives very nearby. Seems that they have Homeland Security patrolling the area since the National Archives are a federal property. I'm betting that security is stepped up at all federal facilities due to the death of OBL and the warnings of possible retaliatory occurrences.
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05/07/2011 03:13 AM
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Its not unusual these caves are actually privately owned or rather company owned, several companies in the us a goverment use them for document storage, since corporations have to keep

certain records for severals years specially banks, so i wouldent be suprised if homeland security has a storage facility there, they could have a command center as well since it would be perfect for that, but its mostly storage.
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Dude, if that were the case, they wouldn't have Homeland Security patrolling the area.
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05/07/2011 03:24 AM
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Maybe someone dropped a donut in the cave.
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05/07/2011 03:31 AM
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I delivered at an underground storage facility in Lenexa Ks(south west suburb of Kansas City Ks) today and this is what I saw.

Funny thing is I have delivered to these facilitys many time and have never even seen so much as a cop.

Today was different and a little strange.

Homeland Security going into cave.
:hs9sp:

Inside cave.
:hs6sp:

Storage inside cave.
:hl2sp:

Here is the weird part across the street is this but I do not know if this is an underground facility.
:hs8sp:

This picture is just to show he was going in the cave and not on a service road.
:hs4sp:

Close up of car.
:hs10sp:

What went thru my mind as I kept waching is that when TSHTF these type storage facilitys will be on lock down and just the choosen few will be allowed any food from them.

What do you think GLP?

Also there are no coffiee shops or cafes in this facility as there are in others.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


No where left to run, no where left to hide......
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05/07/2011 03:35 AM
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I used to drive for Marten. I have delivered there myself twice. They use these caves because they stay cool. Food stuff is all I have delivered there. There is nothing really going on there except food storage for major grocery stores.. They use these because it keeps the refrigeration bills down.

I drove a refrigeration unit , all 48 states. There is nothing diabolical going on her. Believe me.
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05/07/2011 03:39 AM
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OMG


underground facilities


scramble


they know more than us



lookie see what I saw



Fukushima disaster


goyim are doomed because they are dumbed down cuz of this and that



bsflag


omg, op is right!



clappa
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05/07/2011 03:44 AM
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Your timing was good. With things as they are these days, Homeland Security might be showing up in lots of new places.
They are using the OBL thing now as an excuse to increase control.

Cool pictures.
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05/07/2011 03:46 AM
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they have a huge hub in KC they have even been building a massive train hub in Gsrdner(very close to Lenexa/Olathe area) They were hiring people who had "multiple transportation experience"(in trains, planes, buses, and trucking...) seemed they wanted many who had several similar backgrounds with large transportation experience and they were planning on running about 60000 trains through their hub they were building...they were no where near the numbers about 4 yrs back but trains ran all night long...long, heavy trains(they increased the amount of cars an engineer could handle...from like 30 or so to 70 cars...)seems rather odd considering the shipping industry is down, the GNP, and so on....less jobs, less consumer products moving around...but so many more trains...and even the auto industry is depressed...and still more trains...rather curious to me!

they have a massive HS office in KC as my ex works there-




They have massive underground facilities and they have plenty on the Mo side as well(mainly it is on the KS side)


No surprise as the contamination topside worsens



hope for the best



prepare for the worst


we have big problems now...but bigger ahead


food and water will become a real crux for most-


best get your spirits right
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05/07/2011 03:48 AM
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Thanks. Interesting anyway, didn't know KANSAS had these, but it will be high and dry too during earth changes.
 Quoting: Nobody in Particular


There are a few around Kansas City and a couple more in Soutwest Mo.
 Quoting: grrttsgar




most of them are interconnected neath terra firma

I said most
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05/07/2011 03:49 AM
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" I watched as he opened the sixth seal.

There was a great earthquake.

The sun turned black like sackcloth made of goat hair,
the whole moon turned blood red, and the stars in the sky
fell to earth, as late figs drop from a fig tree when
shaken by a strong wind.

The sky receded like a scroll, rolling up, and every
mountain and island was removed from its place.

Then the kings of the earth, the princes, the generals,
the rich, the mighty, and every slave and every free man
hid in caves and among the rocks of the mountains.


They called to the mountains and the rocks, “Fall on us
and hide us from the face of him who sits on the throne
and from the wrath of the Lamb! For the great day of
their wrath has come, and who can stand? "


Rev 6:12-17






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05/07/2011 03:52 AM
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I have done work in those caves (Meritex) in the past, but never saw HS personnel or vehicles anywhere on campus. Interesting . . .
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1371972


That what I kept thinking.

Why are they here?

Better question why are they going in the caves?
 Quoting: grrttsgar




they are getting ready for the grand opening

and a huge influx of current and future residents of same

all the while setting a huge fire show up above ground level

for what they call collateral damage

May 21 didn't they say?

like shooting fish in a barrel

nah, EASIER
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I can tell you one thing if this country doesn't make it..
I hope they don't either! Who would need them at that point?
They should have a little dignity and go down with the ship.. be up on the front lines not in some bunker..After all they would have allowed it to happen..
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do we have any of those dunce caps left or have they all been handed out already...

?
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Not sure if anyone brought this up but why would berry clusters come out of a controlled underground facility instead of a production plant that is above ground?

What is so special about the clusters that they need placed in such a guarded facility?
 Quoting: Inkedscorp


Cool constant temp in the underground facility.I helped deliver there in 90,it was really interesting.
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There are a number of Natl Archives around the USA, not sure why it is so spread out actually...
[link to www.archives.gov]
Scroll down to Kansas then see 'Lenexa'

Probably not as secret and sinister as we initially thought though.
 Quoting: CO SKY WATCHER
Thanks man! good find! Glad my hypothesis was wrong
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1371332


Looks like they are selling some of the National Archive locations....interesting, especially since they are pretending to be worried about wasting taxpayer monies...lol

[link to trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com]

The country's biggest land owner, none other than the federal government, is selling off 12,000 parcels of excess land and property across the country in an effort to eliminate wasteful spending.

Included among the properties is Ft. Worth Federal Center, a 1 million square-foot complex occupying five buildings on 75 acres of land. The space, formerly occupied by the National Archives for 25 years, cost taxpayers $1.3 million last year to operate and maintain.
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Be careful op. Times are strange and some of the people stranger.
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Its not unusual these caves are actually privately owned or rather company owned, several companies in the us a goverment use them for document storage, since corporations have to keep

certain records for severals years specially banks, so i wouldent be suprised if homeland security has a storage facility there, they could have a command center as well since it would be perfect for that, but its mostly storage.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1365038


Not a good place for storing records because it is damp in these caves mostly what is down there is temperature controlled food products.

Because keeping the caves cool or sub zero is more efficient then a standard warehouse.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


Unfortunately, it's just records (medical, native America, etc). My mother used to work there and, at one point, I applied for a position there. It's nothing important - but feel free to ask some of the employees yourselves.

No conspiracy here.

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