UPDATE MAY 6, 2023: Biden To Fund FEMA Camps for Illegal Aliens, RIDGECREST CALIFORNIA’S “MAN CAMPS” To Become FEMA Concentration Camps in 2025? (Secret City Clickbait)
Updated May 6, 2023 (See below at the end. Shhhh. Secret City)
February 19, 2023 (Originally Published)
Naval Air Warfare Center at China Lake (aka “The Secret City” near the town of Ridgecrest California)
In 2019, Southern California was hit by twin earthquakes with epicenters located near Death Valley in the upper Mojave Desert. The earthquakes happened during the July 4th holiday and resulted in approximately $4 billion dollars in damage to a Navy base called the Naval Air Warfare Center at China Lake.
Geologists Gone Wild
On July 4, 2019 at 10:34am local time, more than 47,000 people in southern California and as far away as northern California and Phoenix, Arizona felt shaking from an M6.4 earthquake centered 18.2 km (11.3 mi) WSW of Ridgecrest, California. The M6.4 had been preceded by a series of very small earthquakes (foreshocks) over the previous hour, including an M4.0 event about 30 mins earlier. But until the M6.4 occurred, no one knew that these smaller events were foreshocks.US Geological Survey
“The 2019 Ridgecrest, California, Earthquake Sequence” – USGS Designation
The epicenters of both the M6.4 and M7.1 earthquakes of July 4th and 5th, 2019 were located on a secretive Navy base out in the middle of California’s Mojave Desert. The civilians on the base test big bombs and explosives like they’ve been doing for nearly 80 years. It’s the desert, it’s secretive, and nobody really knows what they do there.
We’ve decided to call them China Lake’s “Secret City” Earthquakes. The earthquakes were at China Lake, and the epicenters were on the Navy’s test ranges near Trona, not Ridgecrest. USGS could’ve called them the Trona Earthquakes, but we prefer the folklore of the Navy at China Lake in our naming conventions. As far as the official USGS designation, it’s probably meant to misinform the public as to the actual location only because people like us will start promoting “conspiracy theories”, and for good reason.
THE NAVAL BASE IN THE DESERT
Arming the Fleet or “ATF” tells a compelling story of the secret city of China Lake, California, a secluded Navy base that is hidden in the middle of the vast Mojave Desert that has been quietly delivering “weapons that work” since 1943. The book also provides an inside look at Point Mugu, California, a DoD (Department of Defense ) premiere electronic warfare site and home of the world’s largest instrumented over-water range where most Navy targets are tested. Combined, these two internationally recognized historic sites comprise the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD), known also as “the WD” or “the Division”, an organization with a strong legacy in direct Warfighter support.
China Lake developed 75% of the air-launched weapons used during Vietnam and jointly developed 80% of those used during Iraqi Freedom— and the Center continues to arm the fleet into the future.
Remember “Iraqi Freedom”, aka “Shock and Awe”? This place was the mother of Shock and Awe in 1992.
Prior to the earthquakes, Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake was a functionally obsolete, non-essential Navy base in the desert, and it would be saved by virtue of a $4 Billion bailout in reconstruction funding courtesy of Senator Diane Feinstein and Congressman Kevin McCarthy. NAWS China Lake. and Ridgecrest are in McCarthy’s congressional district. Although Feinstein was completely demented at the time, she did have her common sense and questioned why the Navy would put a Navy base in the desert and not somewhere near an ocean, while Congressman Kevin McCarthy assured her it was worth $4 Billion in borrowed taxpayer money to rebuild the place and that Ridgecrest needed some economic growth. We think Kevin is demented too.
The first earthquake struck when China Lake’s 4,000 civilian employees and contractors were all out of town (a 3 for 9 holiday) so the place was empty with exception of the handful of uniformed military stationed on base.
On July 4th, every geologist within 250 miles raced to the Mojave Desert to set up monitoring equipment and take selfies.
By the evening of July 4th geologists were in the field with boots on the ground to begin investigating the surface rupture in the vicinity of the M6.4.
Early reports from the Navy indicated no damages on the base. Everyone was relieved to hear there were no damages or injuries in Ridgecrest either. Unfortunately, the poor denizens of dusty and hotter-than-hell Ridgecrest weren’t off the hook just yet.
The Navy needed widespread damage and the M6.4 wasn’t powerful enough to do the pre-demolition work, and so less than 36 hours later another earthquake was scheduled and it was dialed up to a M7.1. That would be an earthquake eleven times stronger than the previous day’s M6.4.
Again, Ridgecrest suffered little to no damage, although some trailers in an old trailerpark were moved off their stands. For the Navy, the earthquakes were like manna from heaven and the M7.1 July 5th earthquake was just what was the DOD needed. (As you should know by now, we reserve the right to make outlandish conjecture.)
What you see here, what we do here, when we leave here, we’ll let it stay here.
We last reported on Ridgecrest’s Man Camps in July of 2020, a year after the earthquakes and six months into the “Covid-19 Pandemic”. Little did we know at the time that the Man Camps might come in handy after reconstruction of the base, which is scheduled to be completed sometime in 2025.
Nearly 4 years later, we’re becoming a little concerned about what they’re going to do with all that temporary employee housing when the construction is finished and the contractors leave town.
Suffice it to say, they must know that we don’t believe anything they tell us, and even if we did know the how’s and why’s of what they do, we wouldn’t believe it. We’re both skeptical and cynical for a valid reason, it’s painted on a big sign at the entrance to the base.
Over 250 trailers were set up in 2021. Today, over 1,500 “rooms” are available and the “No Vacancy” sign is lit. Ridgecrest’s hotels are also full and their parking lots are overflowing with contractor’s work trucks.
There are five doors per 50′ trailer, and they look like they would serve nicely as 10×10 cells.
The Earthquakes Were A Blessing In Disguise?
Eric Bruen is the Mayor of Ridgecrest and he’s both a shrewd credit union CEO as well as a typically slimy big-spending politician. Mayor Bruen actually had the chutzpah to take credit for saving the China Lake from a potential Base Relocation and Closing (BRAC) while spending millions in Covid Relief Act money on parks and police cars.
Mayor Bruen repeatedly thanked the Earthquake gods for their goodness and for NAWS China Lake, the earthquakes were truly a “blessing in disguise” as Bruen has repeatedly proclaimed.
Although Bruen wasn’t Mayor at the time, he’s said that China Lake might have been closed if everyone (meaning he) hadn’t worked so quickly to snag the funding prior to the breakout of the Covid-19 bioweapon from the Wuhan lab in China.
As to the cause of the earthquakes, look for a future post on possible “triggering mechanisms for earthquakes” and do a quick search on CL-20, MOAB, Bunker Busters and HAARP in the meantime. The cause is what makes them a “secret”.
We’re Afraid To Ask: Will the Navy move all those trailers when they’re done?
To make a long story short, the Navy decided to locate the Man Camps on the outskirts of town on approximately 40 acres of land ideally suited for a prison or a FEMA concentration camp.
We don’t know what they’ll do when the Navy’s construction is complete, it’s likely a state secret. There’s no way DHS or FEMA would think of converting the “Ridgecrest Man Camps” to FEMA Quarantine Facilities for the “vax-deniers” would they? Don’t be stupid.
It may have been a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” but they can’t possibly think they’ll use the trailers as a quarantine facility. No way.
Sheltering specific populations in non-congregate shelters should be determined by a public health official’s direction or in accordance with the direction or guidance of health officials by the appropriate state or local entities. The request should specify the populations to be sheltered.FEMA
Sheltering solutions should be determined by the Applicant requesting assistance, such as hotels, motels, dormitories, or other forms of non-congregate sheltering.
Will “Temporary Employee Housing” become “Temporary Homeless Shelters” or condos for migrant refugees? We’ll leave it at that and ask Mayor Bruen if he has any plans for the camps. Until then, we eagerly await the completion of construction so the contractors can go home and Ridgecrest can say goodbye to the trailers.
Update May 6, 2023: Reservations are now being accepted, contact Mayor Eric Bruen of Ridgecrest California for more information:
What we didn’t know when the earthquakes hit:
To recap on the potential future of Ridgecrest’s “Man Camps” or as we conjecture could be future FEMA “concentration camps”, and taking into consideration the events of the last 3 1/2 years, we know the Government was effectively ‘running’ Twitter by censoring conservatives and deceiving the nation on the absolute and undeniable criminal activites of the Biden family, all of which was leading up to the 2020 election, together with the massive and widespread vote fraud, followed by a staged riot or “insurrection” on January 6th, while during the entire time our “Mengelian” industrial medical complex, including the DOD and the pharmaceutical companies, were pushing deadly and injurious expermental gene therapy on over half the world’s population and the entire U.S. military in order to stop a bioweapon that they themselves created.
The video below should scare the shit out of you. The world is being taken over by a death cult and they’re already warning us about “Pandemic 2.0”. Remember, everything you thought you knew about our country and government is a lie. It’s all fake.
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