Ideal for a defeated Trump to retire to with his family to escape the imaginary Mexican threat. He can afford it - or so he says...
Those readers with a few bucks to spare and who fancy owning an entire US base with a decidedly spooky history should proceed directly here for the opportunity to bid on Sugar Grove Station in West Virginia. The facility once served nearby antennas forming part of ECHELON, and although the eavesdropping kit isn't included in …
I'd give it two weeks before it turned into this.
Nah. Trump is a con man, not a cult leader. He needs a continual supply of fresh fools; he has neither the wit nor the patience to condition the ones already around him.
His brand of bullshit is an extraction industry, not a manufacturing one.
<quote>He needs a continual supply of fresh fools whose stupidity provides him with access to a potential revenue stream to continually bankroll his efforts; he has neither the wit nor the patience to condition the ones already around him.</quote>
Oh, and another point of view about Trump:
The UK's version of this is sat on a hill above Scarborough (down the road from Fylingdales, and with a good view of Staxton World too), no gated community there or quiet zone either.
(It's also fun to play 'spot the secret entrance' on Google maps if you're bored).
* Nukes because that's what all this stuff is supposed to help protect us from.
CSOS Irton Moor, also known as Completely Secret Outside Scarborough GCHQ.
Don't know if they still do, but if you rang them (they were in the phone book listed under CSOS, but I know lots of people that have worked there) they would just answer with "Hello, Scarborough 3xxxxx".
Ooooo I dunno, I still remember the hikes around there we used to do in Scouts, ontop of the some of the longer walks across the more seemingly barren bits of Yorkshire only to get politely asked to vacate the area from something completely unmarked on the map..... by people with guns. and more mates in the back of the landrover that pulled up...
"The UK's version of this"..........
the UK has had several sites, some on "secret" RAF bases, some on Post Office / BT "Research" sites, now nearly all closed though a few RAF sites still have geodesic domes with no apparent overt purpose....
Then theres the covert sites such as the Capenhurst Tower..........
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