by David Icke
from DavidIcke Website
‘Mind the gap’ is a phrase delivered loudly and with a strange slow and deliberate delivery at many London underground stations, as in ‘mind the gap between the platform and the train, please’.
But this week I have been close to another ‘gap’ that is rather more
sinister. I mean sinister, as in global importance sinister. We should
‘mind’ this ‘gap’ even more.
I was driven out to the
base to get a ‘feel’ for the place. That is all you can really do, because
you are told to turn back before you even see the entrance to the base. We
drove on past the turn-back sign until we could see the main gate, but even
that is well forward of the facility itself.
Everything else is underground and this ‘everything else’ is massive. It is reckoned to go down at least 12 levels with long tunnels going out in all directions to who knows where. Work is obviously ongoing, too.
A resident told me that enormous amounts of concrete are being
delivered to the base at this time.
Certainly for all of us to feel the same confirmed that one or the other is