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posted on Oct, 25 2005 @ 07:46 AM

Are the Hidden Underground Military Bases the Real Headquarters for the New World Order?

A former Canadian military officer finally goes public with shocking information he learned while working at an underground base at Cold Lake in Canada. Although some may say his story is pure fiction, others claim the secrets to the New World Order's depopulation plan lies underground. 20 Oct 2005 By Greg Szymanski


posted on Oct, 25 2005 @ 08:30 AM
Why don't you tell us what you think?

posted on Oct, 25 2005 @ 11:10 AM

as the New World Order zeroes in on the last stages of its incredible worldwide population reduction plan.

“They have been delayed with their plan to reduce the world’s population by 80 percent but the globalists are now stepping up their activities,” said Timothy, who refuses to use his real name, in an extended conversation this week from Germany, where he’s employed in the aerospace industry.

“I am not about to use my name, risking incarceration as I would be in violation of our country’s State Secrets Act. Also, do you know that more than 3,000 people have been killed for trying to talk about what goes on in these underground bases. It’s basically a death sentence when you start getting too close to the nerve center of the real New World Order’s plans.”

And Timothy says the real heart and soul of the New World Order plan lies in the mysterious underground military bases scattered all over the world, including roughly 30 in Canada, 140 in the United States and more than 1,500 worldwide.
He became privy to this top secret information when he served as a junior officer in the Canadian Armed Forces in the aerospace engineering branch, while working at one of the top secret deep underground military bases at Cold Lake in Canada.

Most of it goes on like that. I don't see anything more than a wild and intersting story, albeit a rather implausible one.

What does anyone find convincing from those pages, I'd be interested to hear and discuss.

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