Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Russia Has 10 Overseas Bases, the USA Over 700-800, So Who's...

Trying to dictate to the world, a nation with 10 bases or one with around 800 bases? There are so many, not sure the Pentagon even knows the exact number, since nearly every article you read has a different number.

This Youtube video is over three years old, which doesn't account for the terrorist acts set off by the US government since then, allowing them to move personnel into countries to protect them from 'al CIA Duh.'

We even have personnel in Israel at their nuclear weapons site, Dimona, helping the Khazars protect what they've stolen from the indigenous Palestinians.

Considering that Russia only has a measly 10 overseas bases and two of those are radar stations, which nation sounds like they're building protecting an Empire?

Craziness from the past or does the USA still have this underground military base in the Arctic? It's worth watching to see how they constructed buildings using snow as a foundation.

The U.S. Army's Top Secret Arctic City Under the Ice! "Camp Century" Restored Classified Film

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