You think old Zedd is all about shallow Hollywood gossip? Then check this out…
An hour from Washington DC. is a very hush, hush secret place that has been very active since 9/11. It seems that FEMA uses the location as a base so that they can watch as people suffer while they do nothing. Underneath this base is said to be a massive underground complex used for protection of various government heads in case of a nuclear attack.
This place actually has it’s own police and fire departments as well as local leaders. Strange. In any case, you HAVE to read this article.
We are sitting, hazards blinking, in Brown’s BMW on a rural road in Virginia’s Facquier County, a horsey enclave an hour west of Washington DC. The object of our attention is Mount Weather, officially the Emergency Operations Centre of the Federal Emergency Management Authority (Fema); and, less officially, a massive underground complex originally built to house governmental officials in the event of a full-scale nuclear exchange. Today, as the Bush administration wages its war on terror, Mount Weather is believed to house a “shadow government” made up of senior Washington officials on temporary assignment.
Following the collapse of the USSR, Mount Weather seemed like an expensive cold-war relic. Then came September 11. News reports noted that “top leaders of Congress were taken to the safety of a secure government facility 75 miles west of Washington”; another reported “a traffic jam of limos carrying Washington and government license plates.” As the phrase “undisclosed location” entered the vernacular, Mount Weather, and a handful of similar installations, flickered back to life. Just two months ago, a disaster-simulation exercise called Forward Challenge ’06 sent thousands of federal workers to Mount Weather and other sites.
This is the kind of stuff that conspiracists LIVE for in the world of light and shadow. Forget Area 51 for the moment and look over here. Area 51 is like me gesturing with my left hand while palming a coin to pull from behind your right ear. Misdirection.
Also in the article is this interesting bit.
This contradictory world of sunshine and shadow is at one with the parallel nature of the facility itself. On the one hand, it is, as Fema describes it, “a hub of emergency response activity providing Fema and other government agencies space for offices, training, conferencing, operations and storage”. Less discussed is Mount Weather’s obliquely assumed status as one of the key “undisclosed locations” of the Bush administration. “Look, there are two Mount Weathers – there’s the Fema one and the Mount Weather one,” says John Weisman, a writer of military and spy thrillers and a neighbour of the facility. “I wouldn’t be at all surprised if [the vice-president, Dick] Cheney had been here before, and if [the secretary of defence, Donald] Rumsfeld had been here before, because they were part of some hugely sensitive stuff that was going on in the 1980s.”
Weisman is referring to a series of classified programmes, described by the journalist James Mann in The Rise of the Vulcans, in which Cheney and Rumsfeld were said to be “leading figures”. According to Mann, the resurgence of tensions with the Soviet Union during the Reagan administration lent new urgency to “continuity of government” programmes. With a secret executive order, and an “action officer” in the form of Oliver North, top officials pondered such constitutional quandaries as whether it would be necessary to reconstitute Congress following a nuclear attack (the answer was no).
John Weisman the author is none other than the co-auther of many Rogue Warrior books. I met the Rogue himself and have the photos to prove it. He and I were on a name-to-name basis. I called him Mr. Marcinko and he called me Herman Snerd, but I digress…
If Mount Weather is going to be used for the Shadow Cabal takeover, then read this article and pay attention to what’s going on. Perhaps we’ll see it coming before it’s too late.
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