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Originally posted by SystemResistor
If you can, ask him about the clones.
I may be paranoid, but there are all these strange people in my area, as if they just appeared out of nowhere, they all talk the same, and look the same, they don't seem to fit in, and they all appear to have a kind of "hive mind" - in addition, they are also "converting" people as well.
I seem to find that they could be the product of a vast alien settlement, cloned and then released into soceity, with an integration programme.
The secrecy is the problem - there are plenty of people in my area, real people, that are looking for answers, that want the truth.
Now a tiny English village is the latest community to claim to be being hit by the phenomenon known as "the hum". Residents of Woodland, in County Durham, claim that every night a noise permeates the air similar to the throb of a car engine. It is sometimes so strong that it even shakes the bed of one of the householders.
Originally posted by Toddlez
Hey OP, thanks for this interesting topic, S+F for your efforts.
As a fellow Australian it's always interesting to see stories that revolve around our nation.
I am unsure as to whether your friend 'Bob' would know, or if anyone else for that matter here on ATS has ever heard of the bunker underneath Parliament house.
I forget when but I once heard that the government had allocated at least 20 million dollars to building a bunker under parliament house, the reason for which was not specified.
Looking forward to hearing more about these 2km down...what ever the hell they turn out to be.
On the subject of 2km down, im in no way an expert on these matters, but would there not have to be some sort of visible stack or something of that nature to pump in air/pump out pollution?
There has been a new 36 Million dollar bunker built in the middle of a Canberra industrial estate for the government - article below about the leaked information:
The project has been carried out without publicity or any public inquiry by the Federal Parliament's Joint Committee on Public Works.
Protected by heavy gates, a high-security fence and an array of CCTV cameras, the Symonston facility is discreetly located at 24 Wormald Street next to the Canberra office of the Aristocrat gaming machine company.
In an embarrassing disclosure concerning a highly sensitive facility, however, information scattered across the websites of the Attorney-General's Department and the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet reveals the Symonston installation supports critical government communication systems that would operate in the event of a catastrophic terrorist attack in Canberra.