reply to post by NeoVain
Your basic assumption here is that all these people have someone on the outside. That assumption in itself may be flawed.
Yes, you’re right.
I could be wrong.
Then again, so could yours in that these 60,000 have no one on the outside. Unless, of course, you want to believe in the James Bond style vast
underground cities busy with plotting the destruction of civilization as we know it occupied by mindless drones …with their families?
Maybe all their friends and family was also inside this bunker.
Ok. Once again, let’s do the math on that: I premised a potential (not to mention conservative) 600, 000 people who might miss these alleged 60,
If you then allow that those
600, 000 people – who are now living below ground as part of the NWO – have, say four friends each?
That’s 2, 400,000
people who will miss them.
Still think it’s feasible?
reply to post by Aestheteka
there are 2300 filed missing persons reports per day in the US.
Carefully selected 'volunteer employees' without living relations wouldn't be missed by anyone.
So, which one is it? Missing, or selected?
And if there are “recruiters” out there searching for these unattached individuals, is it feasible that every single person approached accepted
What about those who refused when they found out just what was involved i.e., living underground for the rest of your days, and that your employer
intends to try and take over the world?
Or do the “recruiters” kill those who refuse?
Still sound feasible?
reply to post by fah0436
You're over looking the fact that these DUMBs are SELF CONTAINED CITIES, deliberately and intentionally cut off from the rest of
Well, if they exist, they aren’t that
I just Googled DUMBS, and there’s a map
for goodness’ sake as to where they’re supposed to be!
The people that volunteered to go there…
…have more that likely had there identities erased (with records just computer data, easy to do)…
…and told their relatives that they would be incommunicado indefinitely (maybe an occasional letter). Yes - they could remain dead and/or
missing for quite sometime with nobody asking questions.
This last quote only goes to support my opinion that someone
would start to ask questions.