Checkmate! End game is near!
On Tuesday March 15th, we got the final piece of the puzzle, the how. When I say the how, i mean how white hats will be sharing ALL of the information and the truth with the American people. This is the piece that took the longest, but now that it is in the possession of the white hats, it is only a matter of time before it is ALL over. What could be this big you ask? Read on…
The deep state stronghold has been seized. What is this place? The place is called Mount Weather and it belongs to FEMA. It is located approximately 48 miles from Washington DC nestled in the Blue Ridge mountains in Bluemont, VA. The above ground facility is 200,000 square feet. The Center for Land Use Interpretation states that the facility has nearly 600,000 to 700,000 square feet of underground space. What is so important about this facility and why is it so big? It houses FEMA’s National Emergency Coordinating Center. It consists of above ground space, but mostly underground. The above ground support facilities include about a dozen buildings providing communications links directly to the White House Situation Room.
The site was originally acquired by the National Weather Bureau to launch weather balloons and kites. In 1936, it passed to the Bureau of Mines, which bored a short experimental tunnel, less than 300 feet, beneath the mountain’s crest to test new mining techniques. Based on a favorable evaluation, of the hardness and integrity of the mountains rock, the Bureau began construction of the facility’s tunnels in 1954. The construction was completed by the Army Corps of Engineers under the code name “Operation High Point.” Total construction costs are estimated to have exceeded $1 billion. Tunnel roofs are shored up with about 21,000 iron bolts, driven 8 to 10 feet into the overhead rock. The entrance is protected by a guillotine gate, and a 10 foot tall by 20 foot wide 34-ton blast door. The blast door is 5 feet thick and completely impenetrable. Now why would FEMA need such a well protected facility? Why the blast doors? What are they trying to keep in or out?
This facility includes all the amenities and life-support systems of a top of the line bunker. Helicopter landing pads and a sewage treatment plant crown the mountain, but underneath is where the real facility exists. It has underground reservoirs for both drinking water and cooling needs, diesel generators, a hospital, a crematorium, sleeping quarters, radio and television broadcast facilities, cafeterias, and its own fire department and police force, and an emergency power plant. A series of side-tunnels accomodate a total of 20 office buildings, some of which are three stories tall. The East Tunnel includes a computer complex for directing emergency simulations and operations through the Contingency Impact Analysis System (CIAS) and the Resource Interruption Monitoring System (RIMS). Just how many people are they wanting to store here? Why in the hell would they have a crematorium? This just keeps getting more and more interesting.
The on-site sewage treatment plant can cycle 90,000 gallons per day and the 2 above-ground storage tanks can hold 250,000 gallons each. From all of my research these can support a population of 200 people for up to 30 days. The facility is designed to accomodate several thousand people (with sleeping cots for 2,000), yet they plan for so little… The President, the Cabinet, and Supreme Court are provided private sleeping quarters. For Continuity of Government purposes, senior officials are divided into Alpha, Bravo and Charlie teams. 1 team remains in Washington, another relocates to Mount Weather, and the 3rd disperses to other relocation sites. The only full-scale activation of the facility came on November 9th, 1965. This was during the time of the great Northeastern power blackout. The installation used the tools of its Civil Crisis Management program, on a standby basis, during the 1967 and 1968 urban riots and during a number of national antiwar demonstrations.
In its 1974 Annual Report, the Federal Preparedness Agency [FPA] stated that “Studies conducted at Mount Weather involve the control and management of domestic political unrest where there are material shortages (such as food riots) or in strike situations where the FPA determines that there are industrial disruptions and other domestic resource crises.”
On December 1st 1974, a TWA Boeing 727 jet crashed into a fog-wrapped mountain, killing all 92 persons aboard. Journalists who covered the crash site noticed a fenced US government facility nearby. Within days, The Washington Post reported that the facility was known as Mount Weather, though The Post quoted a spokesman for the Department of Defense as saying he was not allowed “to comment on what Mt. Weather was used for … or how long it has been in its current use.”
According to the Senate Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights hearings, in 1975, Congress had no knowledge and no oversight on Mount Weather. Retired Air Force General Leslie W. Bray, in his testimony to the subcommittee, said “I am not at liberty to describe precisely what is the role and the mission and the capability that we have at Mount Weather, or at any other precise location”. Interesting how this facility was unknown and is still mostly unknown to the public for so long….why the secrecy?
Behind its 13-ton blast doors, a labyrinth of twisting corridors descend to the depths of the Earth. The bunker was designed to shelter hundreds of officials for up to five years. The facility’s kitchens are prepared to serve 3,000 meals per day and the walk-in freezers double as a morgue. That just creeps me out. I do not want anything dead anywhere near what i eat. So why is this place so top secret? Well we already know it’s used by the Government, but what if I told you this is a deep state stronghold, the deep state stronghold. What is so important that they need to lock it up? Well besides protecting the deep state itself, it houses the one and only EBS. That’s correct the Emergency Broadcast System.
My source was told that a Delta Force operator under deep cover had infiltrated FEMA’s ranks in a year long undercover assignment. It ended with him insinuating himself into the FEMA hierarchy and befriending regional supervisors. He eventually reached a position that gave him access to the blast doors, Mt. Weather’s only means of entry. He did not, however, have access to the EBS, which sits in a room behind doors that require both fingerprint and retinal scans to enter.
“While undercover he learned that one FEMA agent on site always has access to the EBS, just in case. On a normal day there’s damn near 100 agents at Weather, but he also learned FEMA was planning a training seminar in Louisiana and most of the staff would be there, leaving only a skeleton crew of 20 told RRN.
On Tuesday, March 15th, an unknown number of Delta Force Operators and U.S. Army soldiers from the 75th Ranger Regiment stormed Mount Weather. The objective to seize and secure the EBS. As soon as they penetrated the subsurface they met with resistance. A blazing gunfight ensued, with FEMA agents drawing their sidearms and emptying the magazines. Delta Force took cover and returned fire, killing 6 agents within mere seconds.
“The Operators assumed whoever had access to the EBS would not take part in the firefight. Fortunately, they were correct,” RRN’s source said.
Outgunned, due to being taken by surprise and having the inability to reach Mount Weather’s armory of assault rifles, FEMA surrendered after suffering 12 fatalities. 2 Delta Force agents were shot, but their injuries were not life threatening. 1 by 1 Delta Force agents grabbed the surviving FEMA agents and forced them to place their thumbs and eyes against the scanners, protecting the EBS room. Eventually, they hit pay dirt and found the one agent whose thumbprint and eye scan opened the door.
Once they received confirmation that the operation was a success, a company of elite soldiers (that wants to remain anonymous) descended on Mount Weather by air and land. They rappelled from hovering helicopters and dismounted from a dozen Hummers. In total there were 150 U.S. soldiers, who are loyal to the “White Hat” movement, that secured Mount Weather. They immediately got to work and changed all the access codes and sealed the blast doors. When FEMA returned, they found themselves in a helpless quandary.
The RRN source told them “The military now controls the mountain. The doors are impregnable. This mission was a long time in the making, and now we control the EBS. Stay tuned a message may be coming very soon.”
This was the coup d’etat! This is the how folks. This is how the white hats will get the information out. It is brilliant. Nobody will be able to do anything else except turn off the tv. Every time they turn it back on, the EBS will still be broadcasting the truth. It will broadcast 24 hours a day, until it is done. This is what all my sources have confirmed. So stay tuned. The show is about to implode and the truth is about to come out. Stay tuned.