Well, they probably do have some plan stacked away. For one, we have Mount Weather, which actually is a real place (X-Files and all you know...).
One could say it's little like Area 51, the place is there, but no one knows what's inside. It wouldn't surprize me if they did have a Congress and
a White House ready at Mount Weather.
Second, we have Area 51 itself, of course. For example, in the computer game Deus Ex, Area 51 was the center of a shadow government, which held the
Aquinas router, the center of all global communications. Maybe they plan to do so in the real world to, heh...
Also, if you are to believe Bob Lazar (which I don't), there is yet another secret base only known as "S-4" (Site 4?), and last I heard, it is also
a part of Area 51.
Continuing the options, we have the, only known as, "Dulce Base", acclaimed for it's supposed "center of alien visitors", containing the
intergalactic lizards, the greys and military personel. Last I heard, this was also a hoax, because some persons went out to the supposed location,
but didn't find any entrance, guards, or even air support holes, or whatever you call them (or maybe this base is filled with vacuum
Anyway, suppose this base does exist, and it's entrance is well hidden, does it necessarily mean they have to deal with aliens out there? Maybe it is
an underground bunker?
Going over my usual skeptic level - how many times have we heard a story as "wide" as the "Dulce Base Wars" or something like that from bases like
Area 51 or Mount Weather? Lizard, two kinds of them, along with greys of different kinds, batteling it all out inside a base, supposed tunnels going
under the whole United States, Nazi scientists transported from Germany after the war, among other craziness - while no "known" story has surfaced
from Mount Weather, and the only story we've heard from Area 51 is that they keep bodies and ships there, and they do some talk with the greys.
Doesn't that sound strange? No one have ever even seen Dulce, only some person said something, and all these stories surface...
A disinformational campaign maybe? Maybe they think it's better to show people that "the story is a hoax", and do so with the idea of lizards,
greys, underground tunnels, Nazi scientists, mixing it together to a milkshake story, and there you got it. Why bother go all the way to Dulce for a
Ask me, I've never been in any state except Miami, so I wouldn't know better. Dulce will continue to be a hoax in my eyes until more conventional