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Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.

 
BrianMoran

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05/07/2011 01:25 PM
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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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oh, will this is interesting, I didn't realize there were commercial underground cave storage systems. That explains YOUR concern about the HomelandSecurity police then. I made an automatic conclusion these were government caves.
 Quoting: Nobody in Particular


These are all commercial caves and I have never seen so much as one cop at these facilitys and now Homeland Securitywtf
 Quoting: grrttsgar


it's definitely concerning. If TS were about to HTF, I would think that the Feds would want to station personnel near any such facilities in preparation for seizing them.
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05/07/2011 01:41 PM
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the problem with amateur conspiracy theorists is that they go around in circles because they actually think they have a govt.

no such thing as a democratic govt. in america....

so therefore anything about national archives is just a cover....

yeah sure they might bring in some paperwork....

but it´s part of the camouflage....

everything in D.C. is manipulated to the hilt....

the MIC calls the shots....

D.C. is just talking heads....

do you think the world´s richest country could actually have recession´s.....

no way....

money, energy, education, the media, medicine, food, water, etc.

all of it is controlled to accomplish a specific goal....

control of the masses.....

these caves will be used as a last resort shelter for the ruling elite.....and their mongrels....

there will be a solar max next year....

that my friends is a fact....

we can debate niburu to kingdom come....

but the solar max is a reality....

and by the best estimates it will destroy america´s ability to remain electrified.....

anywhere between four months to four years....

when that happens.....

chaos will ensue.....

BIGTIME!

the whole world will be without electricity....

and the ruling power´s ability to maintain control will be extremely limited.....

that is the real reason for these shelters....

they will go inside and close the doors....
Anonymous Coward
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05/07/2011 01:41 PM
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a plane would do a lot less damage crashing into that , than it would if the homeland security records were kept at the pentagon.
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05/07/2011 01:48 PM
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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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I've seen lots of funny men;
Some will rob you with a six-gun,
And some with a fountain pen.

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Drive a family from their home.
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05/07/2011 01:52 PM
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The significance of this is NOT that it is a food storage or an underground commercial business park. The key is that there are Federal Protective Service Police there and the National Archive sign would explain their presence.The National Archives are in D.C. so if there is now a National Archive in the middle of Kansas protected by FPS this could indicate a transference of records from D.C. to Kansas.This leads me to believe that they could be expecting an event that would devastate the east coast and destroy the records if left in D.C.The relevance of the National Archives cannot be stressed enough as it is the exact place you would go to retrieve the information necessary to rebuild a technological society such as ours after a great cataclysm.
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Agreed!

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05/07/2011 01:55 PM
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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..
 Quoting: ceawaves


Those aren't bunkers, they are tombs. The survivors will just fill in the the entrances with rocks and cement. They can stay their asses in there and be buried alive.
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this
BrianMoran

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05/07/2011 02:06 PM
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OP Where in Colorado is this, I assume its here.
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Nope I am over the road driver this is in Lenexa KS.

South west side of Kansas City Ks sorry I forgot to mention where.

I fixed it thanks.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


Okay I've heard that expression before and it's kinda annoying. Isn't everyone that drives a car an over the road driver?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1364872


An over the road (OTR) driver is one who drives across the country or great enough distance so that they don't go home each night, as opposed to a "local driver" who drives a local route and is home each night.
BrianMoran

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05/07/2011 02:08 PM
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OP Where in Colorado is this, I assume its here.
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Nope I am over the road driver this is in Lenexa KS.

South west side of Kansas City Ks sorry I forgot to mention where.

I fixed it thanks.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


Okay I've heard that expression before and it's kinda annoying. Isn't everyone that drives a car an over the road driver?
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No over the road driver means that once you leave home you are out driving 48 states for 21-30 days before you see home again.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


Not necessarily. There are companies that get their drivers home each weekend.
BrianMoran

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05/07/2011 02:10 PM
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anyone else notice the influx of zombie games? yes, you are the zombie. This facility reminds me of the secure shelters from dead rising.

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Not just that but fracking zombie movies left and right. Last night I watched Zombieland and then I found another movie on Netflix called "Carriers" that was pretty good too. The TV show "The Walking Dead" also. Zombie crap is becoming ubiquitous. I was just thinking this morning if that is on purpose.
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It bothers me that you picked up food there. While there, who's to say it wasn't contaminated with something? Freaky.
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Absolutely ^THIS^. Who knows??
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Jake101

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05/07/2011 02:16 PM
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I've noticed a huge uptick in sales of bunker related defense product requests. I contract with GE's defense division in SW Ohio and I've sold a record amount of inline NBC air filtration systems.

In fact, I've pretty much been selling record amounts of all sorts of creepy stuff. I mentioned in another thread, I have considerable quantities of procurement/manufacture orders and inquiries for submersible/clean burning NBC bodybags, rations, etc. I never was a conspiracy person, but what drew me to this forum was that I have been feeling very uneasy about stuff I've been hearing.

Might be nothing. But I'm creeped out.
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Niburu or Elenin, whatever you want to call it, it's coming folks, sooner than 2012. Happy Day, try yowusa.com, listen to the recent radio show, then move way inland to a high elevation. This stuff is true, it is coming. George Bush quote, "If we survive". French Astronaut Physicist quote, "The people must know". Of course they burned down her lab and painted her like a kook, a real live space shuttle astronaut. Look around, you see any infrastructure getting rebuilt, Vatican Library closing, books documents moved, storage of books in caves in England, DUMBS all over the world, seed banks, cancellation of US space program, etc. Make Peace with your friends and family.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1371400


I'm not saying you're wrong, but I would disagree. The long-term sustainables I've been receiving purchase orders for are more for warfare, or possibly a massive epidemic or natural disaster. A lot of Nuclear and Biological preparation.

While you could make the argument that a massive planet striking/nearly striking earth would create a nuclear problem, the product I'm moving is less for permanent stability in an enclosed space, and more for immediate egress to last less than 10 years.

If anything is going to happen at all, I'm thinking more like unconventional warfare and/or large scale power outage. There is far better product for an "apocalypse" scenario.

Last Edited by Jake101 on 05/07/2011 02:17 PM
Aquarius58

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05/07/2011 02:16 PM
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they're really just salt mines.. silly..:)
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The KC caves are in limestone. Ancient seabed floor. I have been in these caves lots in the 70's delivery supplies for hydraulic power units.
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05/07/2011 02:28 PM
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bsflag

fail
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05/07/2011 02:30 PM
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I do happen to KNOW of what I speak and I don't speak it all, only bits and pieces.
 Quoting: Nobody in Particular
Then i'm sure you wont mind backing up your assertion with some verifiable hard data...
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OH Jeeeeeeeez..........
Devil's Advocate

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05/07/2011 02:34 PM
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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


Jeepers 1365038! I didn't know this. For a fact, how do you know this? Golly! I can look on the Interwebs and get a headline or two I suppose, but you're speaking with such certainty here.
Ignore my transitory grumpiness.
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05/07/2011 02:39 PM

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The significance of this is NOT that it is a food storage or an underground commercial business park. The key is that there are Federal Protective Service Police there and the National Archive sign would explain their presence.The National Archives are in D.C. so if there is now a National Archive in the middle of Kansas protected by FPS this could indicate a transference of records from D.C. to Kansas.This leads me to believe that they could be expecting an event that would devastate the east coast and destroy the records if left in D.C.The relevance of the National Archives cannot be stressed enough as it is the exact place you would go to retrieve the information necessary to rebuild a technological society such as ours after a great cataclysm.
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Agreed!

clappa
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Good shot there canada. OP, thanks for the pics and the heads up.

Yeah, I see issues coming for the continuous 48...any of them will include US coastline.

Sure hope for the "lawmakers" sake they've capped a spot for their useless agenda too.
We're better than you think...really.
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05/07/2011 02:58 PM
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How well will these lime stone caves hold up when the New Madrid fault lets loose? Even if they do not collapse, I think they would be flooded.
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I thought J.B. Hunt owned the caves?
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05/07/2011 03:20 PM
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They call this the SPACE CENTER. It is interusting that they have moved the national archive here.
Anonymous Coward
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05/07/2011 03:46 PM
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Is anyone aware of any bunkers or caves in Texas?
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I think Tx maybe too hot and may not have the right kind of stone the only place I know they exist is in Mo and Ks and i have been a driver since 1994.
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There is a vast cave/tunnel system under Dallas.
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Really I have never heard of it.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


Just google 'where are underground tunnels dallas tx'
Lots of links.... Here's one:
[link to dallastunnels.taitlifto.net]
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05/07/2011 03:56 PM
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Re: Department of Homeland Security going into underground storage facility.
Not only government, but many corporations have "underground storage" and "underground bunkers for survival in case of disaster (usually nuclear was considered.) I am sure most of you know that the facilities at Langley have mostly been moved to an underground bunker in the West.

Site R- border of PA/MD is functioning, but the people seemed to be going into the bunker several weeks ago, not recently.

Obviously TPTB know something devastating is a possibility. I am guessing the radiation release from Japan.....
grrttsgar (OP)

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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.
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what did you deliver?
 Quoting: Kolage


Nothing I picked up in there.
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05/07/2011 04:19 PM
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a plane would do a lot less damage crashing into that , than it would if the homeland security records were kept at the pentagon.
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An alluminum fuel tank with wings destroying concrete and steel reinforced buildings. Not even sci-fi; sci-ops.
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05/07/2011 04:39 PM
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Is anyone aware of any bunkers or caves in Texas?
 Quoting: Verdaddee


I think Tx maybe too hot and may not have the right kind of stone the only place I know they exist is in Mo and Ks and i have been a driver since 1994.
 Quoting: grrttsgar


There are some in Indiana and Kentucky.
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05/07/2011 05:11 PM
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Where is this, exactly? I used to live in Lenexa. I know the area fairly well.
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05/07/2011 05:14 PM
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Paranoid people who fear the surface dwellers hide underground. The roman army never hid inside the Earth and neither should any of you. Life is meant to be lived on the surface with all us other normals. FEMA does what? In a disaster they do what? You do what? I see you put me in a stadium then you pork'd all the girls on the floor in the middle. (see Flordia for details) Then you shot my car when I tried to drive north to escape. Thanks a bunch! You can not trust that big yellow bird anymore people. Under all those feathers is a total weirdo.
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Can we all guess why?

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The Jam are ready for them...

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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..
 Quoting: ceawaves


Those aren't bunkers, they are tombs. The survivors will just fill in the the entrances with rocks and cement. They can stay their asses in there and be buried alive.

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Beat me to it! Thank you, bro!!!!


Great post by the way, OP!!!
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I've noticed a huge uptick in sales of bunker related defense product requests. I contract with GE's defense division in SW Ohio and I've sold a record amount of inline NBC air filtration systems.

In fact, I've pretty much been selling record amounts of all sorts of creepy stuff. I mentioned in another thread, I have considerable quantities of procurement/manufacture orders and inquiries for submersible/clean burning NBC bodybags, rations, etc. I never was a conspiracy person, but what drew me to this forum was that I have been feeling very uneasy about stuff I've been hearing.

Might be nothing. But I'm creeped out.
 Quoting: Jake101


Jake101, do you ever get the feeling that you're being purposefully ignored? I'm very interested in what else you can share about your feelings on this and why you feel uneasy. If you're still here, please post as I feel you have valuable information to share. Thanks.

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