reply posted on 6-8-2012 @ 10:20 PM by Martian1127
Here's how I think it works. When they build these bases, they don't start building in public view. They start in a remote area and slowly work
there way over to where they want the base of operations to be. Of course, this process does take a very long time. As mentioned, secrecy is a must.
Generally these bases are built in dark Government knowledge. Average politicians and low-level Military personnel are unaware of these bases. The
funding for these bases are kept off the books, where the IRS won't find it. For all we know, there is probably another version of the IRS that is
used for Military/Navy contracting that the mass public, president, prime ministers and popes are unaware of. How they keep this a secret, I don't
know. But something like this would have to exist in order to keep these big projects a secret. Advance technology is also a must. Depending on how
big they want the base to be, they may start drilling downward and across, from a wider distance. Eventually they will come to the location, in which
the center of the base is going to situate. From there they build from the bottom and work there way up. Again, this takes a lot of time and must be
done very slowly.
Building the base is just the first task. Keeping it a secret is much harder. If this under ground base is similar to Area-51/Dulce, it would require
well over 1,000 employees to staff the operation. That's a lot of trustworthy people that would staff the base. But all know that 1,000 trustworthy
people don't exist in this day and time. Here's how they keep it a secret. The people who staff these under ground base, are not allowed to leave
the base. This is how they monitor where you are, what your doing and who your talking to. If everyone had normal day/night shifts like a hospital,
the secrets within the base would hit the public within days, if not hours. Again, for bases like Area-51/Dulce, the staff records are kept off the
books. Staff who work inside these bases know that they will spend at least 3 months if not half a year down in the depths of the base, before they
are permitted to leave and visit their family/friends. Again, this is to protect the base's secrets. No outside contact is allowed once, inside the
base. The only outside contact you get is through a commanding officer, that is permitted to import/export information to the appropriate clearance
level. So yes, things like cell phone transmissions, internet transmissions are blocked or kept on strict watch by the Government. Chat sites, public
email, text messaging and phone calls are blocked if not monitored at all times. So if you leak any crucial information of the existence of the base,
they can choose to do whatever they so call choose to do with you. I'm sure most of you get the picture, by now.
Living conditions for the staff are probably comfortable. The military officials who operate these bases, care very deeply about the staff. Who wants
to be in a dark boring places for half a year, without seeing daylight? That sounds a lot like prison. Knowing this, they probably design the base
with a sizable entertainment area. Things like food, books, video games, board games and basic fundamentals of entertainment are probably given to the
staff for free. Even marriage can be given while living inside the base. These are all things that are agreed upon when you work inside the base. So
don't think that people are tricked into working here.