Zuckerbucks building a survivalist compound?
It’s raising questions among many. Questions such as, what does Zuckerbucks know that we don’t?
Every contractor and worker on the project is made to sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) before they can work at his formerly secret project in Hawaii.
Is the fact that the project is no longer secret a planned disclosure? The excerpt below is from the NY Post (owned by Rupert Murdoch and sons). Their story is based on an investigative piece by Wired magazine, not exactly a conservative outlet.
The project apparently began in 2014, and some workers had heard that Z’berg is doing much more than the “survivalist” compound on the surface, but is actually constructing an underground city! Hmmm… connecting to the DUMBs of the cabal, we wonder?
Here are the opening paragraphs from the NY Post story. QUOTE:
Mark Zuckerberg building $100M Hawaii compound with massive underground bunker: report
He’s building a Zuckerbunker.
Mark Zuckerberg is reportedly building a sprawling $100 million Hawaii compound — complete with an underground bunker and its own food and energy sources — in a secret project suggesting the social media mogul is trying to conceal his doomsday preparations.
The Facebook founder’s complex called Koolau Ranch is already partially constructed and is shaping up to be one of the most expensive personal construction projects in modern history, according to a Wired investigation of property records and interviews with contractors.
The compound on Kauai island will consist of more than a dozen buildings with two central mansions that will be connected by a tunnel that leads to a 5,000-square-foot underground shelter with an escape hatch accessible via a ladder, Wired reported, citing building plans.
The property will house at least 30 bedrooms and 30 bathrooms and will also feature dottings of guest houses and a group of 11 “disk-shaped” treehouses joined together by rope bridges, according to the plans reviewed by the outlet.
The subterranean bunker will hold a living space and mechanical room and feature an apparent “blast-resistant” concrete and steel door, Wired reported.
The rest of the story is here.
And the more extensive and revealing story (with photos) in Wired is here.