posted on Dec, 12 2004 @ 11:33 AM
Originally posted by CanadianConspirator
Yeah I know he's dead I'm actually an Associate I was just looking for some info seeing as the biggest company around. and we are often referred to
as a cult. So I figured I'd inquire. that link was very helpful.
All I can say is it's crazy crazy crazy around here when it's shareholder meeting time!
I'm right in the middle of Wal-Mart country here... Everybody jokes that everyone has a friend or immediate family member who works for Wal-Mart, and
it's pretty close to true. Everyone around here works for wal-Mart one way or another. They contract alot of their remodel crews and workers from
here and pas them to travel. I have several friends who do that. They go all over the place.
Anyway, I've never seen any evidence of the NWO here, except maybe the big RFID "bunker" on the Arkansas/Missouri border... I've never been inside
it, but I've driven by it many times. It's like the control center for their whole operation, from what I understand. I haven't found much reading
on it, but I've heard that it's 1 story above ground, and then there are 4 underground levels (that's why I call it the bunker). They are
implementing the RFID tag system in Wal-Mart, and it's supposedly the home base for the "tracking" of the RFID chips. Don't know if I buy all that
Gov. tracking stuff I have heard, but they are supposed to be able to control any store in the country from there, i.e. the parking lot lights, doors,
etc. Supposedly every store is on a timer, and it's all controlled here from the "bunker". I don't think I buy that. It just doesn't make sense.
I'm on the outside looking in, but from the looks of the facility (there is an 8' fence with constantina wire on top all the way around the
premises) it is very imortant and they don't want anybody getting in there.
If any of you have links or info regarding this facility I would be interested to know.
Can't read too much into it though. I have few facts, all I have said is hearsay except for the description of the place. I've seen it. If there was
an NWO, though, Wal-Mart would certainly be an invaluable tool to implement the cashless society and all that.