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originally posted by: Willtell
The idea of Wall Mart owned by the billionaires Walton Family being in cahoots with the government is very possible, in-fact likely, for whatever reason conspiracy or not.
Those who reject the possibility of some sinister plot should understand that such sinister plots are legion in the history of the US governmental operations at home and abroad so anything is possible.
That said there is no doubt there are conspiracy obsessive’s who always see conspiracy under every bed sheet
But nevertheless it is always necessary to keep an eye on things and expect the improbable because from the murder of JFK, RFK, MLK, to 911, to giving black men Syphilis, Army troops and prisoners '___', operation Northwoods and many more sinister conspiracies in American history makes it wise to keep our eyes on conspiracy possibilities
Research the top 5 stores within the company exhibiting union activity that also had associate demonstration/opposition to Black Friday policies and you might be amazed. Cheaper to shut em down then let the tentacle grab hold.
originally posted by: tigertatzen
a reply to: PublicOpinion
Oh thank you for posting it! I was trying to find it going through all those pages. My housemate said something about Yellowstone last night too...I was bending his ear about the whole Walmart thing.
originally posted by: SubTruth
a reply to: PublicOpinion
Do not get me wrong it could be possible with technology we do not know about yet. Personally I think it has do with unions or economic reasons.
The Yellowstone angle is interesting..........
Im not sure about the proposed tunnels, too much material to move out and in, plus manufacturing of goods to supply itktit would be hard to hide.
Now, walmarts as centres for food distribution to the public controlled by government, makes sence.
In 1987, Lloyd A. Duscha, the then-Deputy Director of Engineering and Construction for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, gave a talk at an engineering conference entitled “Underground Facilities for Defense – Experience and Lessons.” In the first paragraph of his talk he stated that:
After World War II, political and economic factors changed the underground construction picture and caused a renewed interest to “think underground.” As a result of this interest, the Corps of Engineers became involved in the design and construction of some very complex and interesting military projects. 
I'm pretty sure about the tunnel, the Russians did it - why should I consider them superior in this point? Don't think so. On a sidenote think at the Phil Schneider DULCE story, pretty fascinating.
if the country is going to be put under martial law. It sure seems like they would be conducting exercises in every state
originally posted by: Asktheanimals
If there's any merit to this then as usual there will be some aspect to the story that is intentional disinformation. We still don't know for certain what Jade Helm 15 is all about or why we have National guard troops marching through California towns with M16's in hand. Something is up and given the lack of a big false flag since 9/11 I've been waiting for the other shoe to drop for some time.
originally posted by: unb3k4nn7
There are no tunnels under Walmarts... Although I have not worked at any of the Walmart locations you mentioned, I have worked at a Walmart once a few years ago briefly. I worked in the back as a receiving associate unloading the semis when they pulled in. If there were any tunnels, that would be where one would build them as most of the back warehouse is concrete. I guarantee you there are no tunnels as the employees would know it if there were to be any.
Maybe because those states worship the military and won't question them? And also they have a lot of poor, trashy people that nobody would mind much if they disappeared?
originally posted by: Ellie Sagan
a reply to: CthulhuMythos
ohhhh kayyyy.... now I am feeling a little paranoid! I live right near a WalMart that was built fairly recently, and we don't know why because there is one already near here. This one is smaller and has less items and some prices higher than the other one.
That's not what makes me paranoid though. It is this in combination with the fact that I have heard the mechanical grinding/engine-ish sounds here, only once though.
Are there other signs I should look for? Just curious... I'm not freaking out. Whatever is going to happen will happen.