Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Ground broken on $3.4 billion Homeland Security complex

The project will bring together more than 15,000 employees now scattered in 35 offices in the region, placing them on a 176-acre campus strewn with historic buildings in a long-neglected corner of Washington, five miles from the Capitol building.  
Department leaders hope the $3.4 billion consolidation will help the department fulfill its core mission — protecting the homeland — in ways big and small.
“It will help us hold meetings,” Secretary Janet Napolitano said. “It will help us build that culture of ‘One DHS.’”      **Read article at From The Trenches World Report**

Sen. Joe Lieberman: "I feel like we've finally given a home to this child we've created, which is finally reaching maturity."

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm surprised they aren't building this in Denver or in some part of Colorado.

Anonymous said...

Its all about anity, man. Inians control everything.

Anonymous said...

The $3.4 billion is just a quick fix for the new jew complex. When they move out to Colorado, they will need about 10 times that amount. Then, they will keep the old one as an annex until they sell it to a jewish billionaire where they can blow it up as a false flag and collect many billions more. Then, they can move billions more to our best friends in israhell so they can train more goyim in their USA Corp to fight against tearRoarIsm.

Anonymous said...

,Then, they will keep the old one as an annex until they sell it to a jewish billionaire where they can blow it up as a false flag and collect many billions more.

Yep, that sounds about right.

Anonymous said...

Oh how I yearn for the ground to break beneath the new $3.4 billion Homeland Security complex opening a huge chasm that swallows these beasts, removing them from us forever.

Anonymous said...

And, taking Joe Lieberman with it.

Anonymous said...

ANITY ANITY!