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Worse yet is believing that post from Rense is news. Now often Rense does contain actual news, but that article is a post from Norio, which isn't
independent since he started the thread. It is like those creationist "journals" that cite papers from the same creationist journal.
In the dark ages (pre-WWW), the press would have independent sources for an investigation. Nowadays, anyone can pay to have a press release put on the
But let us day there was a military presence at Dulce. The military trains in the west all the time. The Army is training in Goldfield NV at the
moment. The USAF has trained in Pahrump. I have seen the USAF doing training in Death Valley. But that doesn't mean there are alien spacecraft in
Dulce has a radio repeater site. It is quite possible military activity is related to that facility. Military and federal licenses haven't been
public since Ronald Reagan made the IRAC FOUO. But if you go to commercial comm sites, there are often federal or military repeaters there.
When you make up fake stories of bases, the idea is not to get too ridiculous. For instance, when the story was floated about secret foreign prisons
by the Bush administration, A prison is just a building with cages. Nothing that hard to believe. it was plausible. Using secret civilian aircraft to
move prisoners around? Well, there was Air America, so that seemed plausible too. And of course the CIA front company working out of Base Camp made
the secret air force plausible. Now it turned out that story was true, but it could have been fiction as well. But the rumors were investigated and
the truth was revealed. FEMA camps, on the other hand, well not so much.
All we get with Dulce is recycled rumors.