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Monument to Operation Paperclip ?

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posted on May, 1 2010 @ 04:37 PM
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After running across this , I checked the ATS archives and , sure enough , it has been posted here before.

The thread was several years old so , I thought I would post this for all of you who have never seen it . I , certainly , had never seen it before coming across it today .

If money had been allocated to 'clean it up' , then why does it remain , years later ?

Is this some type of sick 'in-your-face' attidude of the U.S.Military ? Is it a monument or testament to Operation Paperclip ?

Why has the ADL not been all over this , instead of trying to stifle 'real' free-speech ?

Apparently , the structure is still there , as I had no trouble finding it with Google maps .


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posted on May, 1 2010 @ 04:43 PM
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en.wikipedia.org...

They have a nice write up about the building here.

Why haven't they done anything about it yet? I dunno, maybe the Navy has more important things on their minds than putzing around with a 40+ year old building?



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