Monday, December 12, 2011
Richard Boylan' s anti-USA statements.
Richard Boylan, the self proclaimed “Councilor of Earth”, is also a self proclaimed enemy of the United States. Of course, he is the only one who posts in his group UFOfacts. Intelligent people doesn't associate their names with his pathetic rants.
Please, see the message above, and remember that it’s not only sent to adults but to children. His anti-USA statements in Bold and Italic. Of course no evidences at all are given.
Sunday, December 11, 2011 1:45 PM
Regarding those stories you've read about "great underground lakes and great caverns", most of that is disinformation put out by the Cabal to distract people interested in underground bases and secret installations.
What is true is that the U.S. government has used underground nuclear explosions to carve out artificial large caverns, which it then refashions into space for an underground installation, such as are under Area 51 and Site S-4 on the Nevada Test Site/Nellis Air Force Range.
And now you know why there were so many underground "tests" over the years on the Nevada Test Site. That many explosions were not need to test whether triggers for or new designs of nuclear weapons worked properly. Most of those explosions were for the purpose of excavating underground.
Yes, there are underground tunnels criss-crossing the United States. Much of this is for TAUSS, the Trans-America Underground Subway System, a classified secret military bullet train which operates in vacuum tubes supported by magnetic levitation, and transports VIPs between military bases and between government centers like Washington, DC, Colorado Springs, Colorado, Area 51, Nevada, and Naval Base Coronado, San Diego, California, etc.
For carrying heavy freight like some of the starcraft which have been shot down, there is an electric freight train which operates underground on rails between Sandia National Laboratories on Kirtland Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico and Area 51 in Nevada. There may be other such underground freight train "short lines".
in the light,
Richard Boylan, Ph.D.