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Secret FEMA Camp In Alaska- Holds 2 million- NSA Blocked This Interview

Secret FEMA Camp In Alaska- Holds 2 million- NSA Blocked This Interview




Formerly a WW II detention center for Japanese-American citizens is now home to security detention training for what is popularily called "FEMA camps".

This is the interview that the NSA went to great lengths to block.  The interview was cut off and the late Josh Coy (WYDE FM host) and I were not able to reconnect. During the course of the interview there was incessant tapping and heavy breathing. That did not come from us.   At the end I was cut off in mid-sentence. Further, we are about to find out why the Deep State is about to need all the FEMA camps they can develop.




By | 2018-08-12T02:49:04+00:00 August 12th, 2018|Featured, Main, Martial Law|5 Comments

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  1. Leona Hill August 13, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    Why isn’t our government doing something about those FEMA camps, or are they in on it?

  2. Caroline August 14, 2018 at 11:01 am

    EXCUSE ME… Leona, the government runs this crap.

  3. Winston August 15, 2018 at 6:28 am

    The issue I have with most Alt-Right media is the ungodly amount of worthless banter and verbosity of the host and guests. They say so much without saying anything important. It’s as if they have the show just to hear themselves talk. If they could get to the point early on and stay focused, then I’d not believe that my time has been wasted.

  4. Pat August 15, 2018 at 5:20 pm

    The Elephant Cage is just the name of the antenna array.


    A large circular antenna array, the AN/FLR-9, or Flare-9, at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson was built in 1966 during the height of the Cold War. The facility is commonly referred to as the “Elephant Cage” due to it’s large 40-acre footprint. JBER’s Flare-9 antenna will be officially shut down for the first time in 50 years on 25 May, 2016. (Courtesy photo)

  5. Pat August 15, 2018 at 5:24 pm


    this describes the 3 rings.

    The AN/FLR-9 Operation and Service Manual[2] describes the array as follows:
    The antenna array is composed of three concentric rings of antenna elements. Each ring of elements receives RF signals for an assigned portion of the 1.5 to 30-MHz radio spectrum. The outer ring normally covers the 2 to 6-MHz range (band A), but also provides reduced coverage down to 1.5 MHz. The center ring covers the 6 to 18-MHz range (band B) and the inner ring covers the 18 to 30-MHz range (band C). Band A contains 48 sleeve monopole elements spaced 78.4 feet apart (7.5 degrees). Band B contains 96 sleeve monopole elements spaced 37.5 feet (11.43 m) apart (3.75 degrees). Band C contains 48 antenna elements mounted on wooden structures placed in a circle around the central building. Bands A and B elements are vertically polarized. Band C elements consist of two horizontally polarized dipole antenna subelements electrically tied together, and positioned one above the other.

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