Military Continues Child Rescue out of Underground Tunnels Across the Globe – Tuesday, September 8, 2020


P.S. I heard on the radio earlier today on;

Oldies 93
WNBY Oldies 93 93.9 FM Newberry Sault Ste. Marie, Greatest Hits radio. Sault Sainte Marie, MI, USA.

that ENBRIDGE GAS said they are building an UNDERGROUND TUNNEL -I believe it may be in MICHIGAN somewhere ? They said it’s going to = under some river. I will try to remember the name of the river.

  1. The Great Lakes Tunnel Project – Enbridge Inc.

    The Great Lakes Tunnel Project. On Dec. 19, 2018, Enbridge announced that it had reached an agreement with the Mackinac Straits Corridor Authority (MSCA) on the future of Enbridge‘s Line 5 light oil and natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline at the Straits of Mackinac. The Great Lakes Tunnel, a $500-million private investment by Enbridge in Michigan, will be built deep under the Straits to house …

    Voices of support: Line 5 Straits tunnel


    Enbridge stands ready to build an underground tunnel to house Line 5 at the Straits of Mackinac.

    Through a series of agreements with the State of Michigan, we committed to develop and build this tunnel beneath the Straits—a $500-million private investment in Michigan—while ensuring the safe operation of the existing dual lines at the Straits until the replacement line is complete.

    We believe our Line 5 Straits tunnel plan is the best way to ensure continued energy supply in Michigan, and avoid major disruptions and price increases that would result if Line 5 were shut down prior to completion of the tunnel.

    We’re not alone. Public support for our Line 5 tunnel plan has come from elected officials, policy experts, business owners, media columnists and editorial boards—from Michigan and elsewhere.

    See below for a sampling of their comments.

    Aug. 29, 2020

    “The tunnel would house a replacement segment of Line 5 deep below the lakebed in the Straits. This would increase safe operation of Line 5 and virtually eliminate risk of a spill. It also would enable Line 5 to continue to provide us the energy and fuel on which we rely every day. There is only one solution: Build the Great Lakes Tunnel.”

    —Geno Alessandrini, business manager,
    Laborers’ Local 1329, Iron Mountain, MI

    Aug. 27, 2020

    “Taking Line 5 and burying it far below the lakebed will ensure that this essential energy source (propane) is safe to use for the foreseeable future. We must utilize long-term solutions to protect Line 5 because it meets 55 percent of our state’s propane needs. If we were to face a Line 5 closure, it would be impossible to find a good alternative, especially not an affordable one. Our economy would be devastated, and families would be left scrambling. That is the last thing anyone wants.”

    —Grand Blanc’s David Lowe, former propane company owner
    and current consultant to Michigan’s propane industry

    July 21, 2020

    “If someone is truly an environmentalist, how can they look at me and tell me: “Joe, 2,000 trucks a day—the amount it would take to transport the liquid in the pipeline now—is more environmentally friendly than a pipeline buried 100 feet below the lake bed, in bed rock.” How can that be safer? Not to mention, we don’t have enough truck drivers to do that, even if we wanted.”

    —Michigan State Rep. Joe Bellino

    July 13, 2020

    “Despite the many safety measures built into the pipeline and assurance it will continue to be closely monitored, environmental extremists like Attorney General Dana Nessel and Gov. Gretchen Whitmer continue to spread misinformation about the project. Fact: Shutting down Line 5 would require an additional 2,000 trucks a day on Michigan roads to transport the liquid in the pipeline now. This would be much more dangerous for our environment, yet where is the uproar from those who claim to protect the environment?”

    —Second-term Michigan State Rep. Daire Rendon, who represents
    Missaukee, Crawford, Kalkaska, Roscommon and Ogemaw counties

    July 6, 2020

    “The courts have said—repeatedly—that the Tunnel project can move forward. Republicans and Democrats across the state back it. Michigan communities are counting on it. Workers, families, and conservationists are asking for it. Now it’s time to take the next step, and to end the stall tactics. Our communities agree. Building the Great Lakes Tunnel just makes sense.”

    —Amy Clickner, CEO, Lake Superior Community Partnership
    and Jim Holcomb, senior executive VP, Michigan Chamber of Commerce

    June 29, 2020

    “Michigan faces a difficult road back from the economic devastation caused by the extended COVID-19 shutdowns. It should not make the task more challenging by driving up the cost of energy. That’s bound to happen if Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel prevail in keeping the Line 5 petroleum pipeline out of service.”

    —Detroit News editorial

    March 11, 2020

    “Michigan is one of the largest consumers of propane used for residential winter heating in the country, especially in the Upper Peninsula, and the closure of Line 5 would have an immediate and crippling effect on the economy as prices skyrocket. Small business would be among the first to suffer the consequences of such a short-sighted action.”

    —Charles Owens, Michigan director of the
    National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB)

    Feb. 16, 2020

    “It’s a project that means safer lakes, reliable energy, and more high-wage jobs. . . . The time for action is now. Let’s support Michigan workers, stand with labor, end the stall tactics, and build the Great Lakes tunnel.”

    —Geno Alessandrini, business manager, Michigan Laborers District Council
    and Michael Aaron, business manager, Laborers Local 1191

    Jan. 10, 2020

    “It is time to work collaboratively and complete this critical project. Democrats and Republicans support the Great Lakes Tunnel. Business and labor does, too. And because it impacts the entire state of Michigan, Yoopers support it as do Detroiters. The Great Lakes Tunnel plan makes sense for Michigan.”

    —Amy Clickner, CEO of the Lake Superior Community Partnership

    Nov. 4, 2019

    “Michigan should honor the law it passed. If Whitmer and Nessel believe the law requires revising, the appropriate response is to return to the Legislature and negotiate. But unilaterally rejecting enacted legislation because a new governor and attorney general oppose it sends a terrible message that this is a state governed by political whim rather than the rule of law.”

    —Radio host and Detroit News columnist Nolan Finley

    Oct. 23, 2019

    “Efforts by some to shut down the pipeline have thrown our energy and economic security into doubt . . . it is not reasonable to cut off a significant part of our energy supply and stop what could be one of Michigan’s most significant infrastructure projects since the Mackinac Bridge—a project that would actually protect our environment while also protecting family budgets and our economy.”

    —Mike Cox, Michigan’s Attorney General from 2003 through 2011

    Oct. 22, 2019

    “Without the tunnel project, our local communities would also lose tens of millions in local tax revenue. The pipeline it will house generates property taxes, sales and use taxes, and income taxes. That means investment we rely on for our local schools, our local roads, and our local services. In fact, in many communities, it’s the single largest taxpayer.

    —Joe Bonovetz, a Gogebic County commissioner, and Grand Traverse County Commission chairman Rob Hentschel

    Sept. 18, 2019

    “To move this quantity of crude over this distance by rail or truck would be so costly, so detrimental to the environment, damaging to our infrastructure, and so dangerous, that a pipeline is the only logical solution. Proposing that it be shut down is reckless and irresponsible. Dana Nessel has either been totally inept at gathering and evaluating the facts, or she has purposely misrepresented the facts, clearly demonstrating that she is not qualified to be the Attorney General.”

    —Dan Harrington, owner of U.P. Propane in Iron Mountain, MI

    Sept. 3, 2019

    “If Nessel fairly communicated both sides of the issue, she would note that Line 5 has been in use since 1953 without a leak into the Great Lakes. She would also point out that a new, already planned utility tunnel would house Line 5, making an already safe pipeline even safer . . . It seems inexplicable why the Whitmer administration doesn’t seek to resume talks with Enbridge officials, and allow the tunnel project to proceed.”

    —Chris Ventura, executive director, Consumer Energy Alliance

    Aug. 30, 2019

    “Michigan is a hard-working state. We take pride in doing tough, blue-collar jobs. If Enbridge shuts down, the jobs of pipeline operators, steel workers, manufacturers, and many others will be threatened. With less tax revenue, the state will have to fill a $40 million hole in their already stretched budget.”

    —Tom Paulsen, Sterling Heights business owner and lifelong Michigan resident

    Aug. 26, 2019

    “Forcing the closure of the pipeline in two years — instead of allowing Enbridge to relocate it to the tunnel in five years — will cost the region thousands of high-paying, blue-collar jobs, raise fuel prices and needlessly risk oil and gas spills along railroads and highways. These are the consequences of political gamesmanship gone too far.”

    —Daniel J. Dew (Buckeye Institute) and Jason Hayes (Mackinac Center for Public Policy)

    Aug. 21, 2019

    “Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and some in the environmental community appear to be operating in a sort of fantasy world—where facts and real-life experiences can be discounted—because they are blinded by their own political motivations when it comes to discussing the future of Line 5. Theirs is a world where all relevant facts are ignored or derided as political cover-ups. Common truths—like the need for energy, the critical nature of jobs and economics, security of the current lines, and that building the energy corridor tunnel (at no cost to taxpayers) is the fastest path to removing the current lines from the straits—are simply dismissed.”

    —Michigan Sen. Ed McBroom (R-Vulcan),
    Rep. Beau LaFave (R-Iron Mountain) and Rep. Greg Markkanen (R-Hancock)

    Aug. 20, 2019

    “We have the best engineers anywhere in the world. We have the best tradespeople, the laborers, the construction workers, the equipment operators. We can design it; we can formulate it; we can build it. We can produce the safest tunnel anywhere in the world. We can do it here in Michigan.”

    —Michigan Sen. Wayne Schmidt (R-Traverse City)

    Aug. 14, 2019

    “Prematurely decommissioning a project like Line 5 and halting investments in critical energy transmission infrastructure would immediately disrupt the energy supply for Michigan residents, businesses and U.S. refineries. Jobs will be lost.”

    —Steve Bucci, The Heritage Foundation

    Aug. 3, 2019

    “The ongoing debate over upgrading Michigan’s Line 5 pipeline under the Straits of Mackinac is a telling example of political dysfunction threatening our nation’s infrastructure . . . lawsuits aimed at stopping new infrastructure are not helpful, and . . . will actually undermine environmental safety in the long run, a key fact we need to keep in mind when evaluating our transportation and infrastructure industries.”

    —Brigham McCown, former COO, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)

    July 18, 2019

    “If Line 5 was eliminated we’d probably see increased fuel costs for those locations as well. So we want to make sure that we’re being sound stewards of the environment, and we also want to make sure we protect the economic viability of the Upper Peninsula for everyone who lives here.”

    —Nate Heffron, City Manager, Negaunee, MI

    July 17, 2019

    “If the politicians stop pandering to environmental extremists and give the tunnel the go-ahead, Michigan in a few short years will have protected both its lakes and its energy supplies.”

    —Nolan Finley, Detroit News columnist

    June 27, 2019

    “Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s lawsuit Thursday to shut down an aging, underwater oil pipeline, as well as halt a $500-million replacement tunnel project, could result in huge economic harm to Michigan and Toledo area refineries and perhaps to the general public.”

    —Editorial board, Toledo Blade

    Energy delivery is important. Safe energy delivery is paramount.Enbridge is making a safe pipeline safer. As part of our agreement with the State of Michigan, we plan to replace our existing Line 5 dual pipelines at the Straits of Mackinac with a pipeline secured in a larger underground tunnel, deep under the Straits.Once this tunnel is complete, we would permanently deactivate our existing dual pipelines at the Straits, which has operated safely since 1953.


  2. Voices of support: Line 5 Straits tunnel – Enbridge Inc.…

    Enbridge stands ready to build an underground tunnel to house Line 5 at the Straits of Mackinac. Through a series of agreements with the State of Michigan, we committed to develop and build this tunnel beneath the Straits—a $500-million private investment in Michigan—while ensuring the safe operation of the existing dual lines at the Straits until the replacement line is complete.

  3. Enbridge’s Line 5 tunnel proposal slowed by Michigan …



    2020-06-30 · The Michigan Public Service Commission on Tuesday denied Enbridge‘s request for a declaratory ruling and instant approval of its $500 million proposal for a new tunnel under the Straits to house a …

    • Author: Keith Matheny, Detroit Free Press
  4. Michigan, Enbridge agree to build $350M to $500M ……

    2018-10-08 · The bridge authority would own the tunnel and then lease it back to Enbridge. The tunnel, which will take an estimated seven to 10 years to complete, could also house utility lines for services …

  5. Line 5 Tunnel – Enbridge Inc.

    2019-05-30 · Enbridge statement on Line 5 Tunnel May 30, 2019 Enbridge Inc. today addressed statements made yesterday by the Michigan Attorney General and Governor about our joint efforts with the State on the proposed construction of an underground tunnel that would ultimately house a replacement of the existing Line 5 pipelines across the Straits of Mackinac, which have always …

  6. EGLE –


    1 day ago · The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) today reminded citizens that next week will mark the start of a series of informational sessions and public hearings on the Enbridge Energy Line 5 tunnel permit application to build a utility tunnel under the Straits of Mackinac. The tunnel is designed to relocate the portion of the Line 5 oil and natural gas liquids …

  7. Enbridge selects contractors for Great Lakes Tunnel Project

    “The Great Lakes Tunnel Project is essential to Michigan’s economic vitality and long-term energy security,” said Brad Shamla, Vice President of U.S. Operations at Enbridge. “It will enable residents, schools and businesses to continue to receive critical fuel and the thousands of products Line 5 helps make possible while increasing environmental safeguards and protection of the Great …

  8. Tunnel Agreement – Michigan

    https://… · PDF file

    Segment being placed into service within the underground Tunnel, and to allow for the possibility of other utilities to be moved from their current locations at the Straits and into the Tunnel. C. The Parties agree that: (1) Enbridge will, at its expense, design, construct, operate and maintain the Tunnel; (2) Enbridge and the Authority will jointly obtain all Governmental Approvals and …

  9. Line 5 Michigan – Enbridge Inc.

    Enbridge’s Line 5, a light crude and natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline, helps to safely meet Michigan’s energy needs. So do Enbridge‘s other energy pipelines—the Line 17, Line 78 and Line 79 crude oil pipelines, and the Vector natural gas pipeline—that traverse the state and deliver the products that heat homes and businesses, fuel vehicles, and power industry across Michigan.

  10. Home | Enbridge Gas

    IMPORTANT NOTICE: Enbridge Gas Distribution and Union Gas have merged into one company, Enbridge Gas Inc. We are working to serve our customers better by combining our websites.If you are unsure which website you need, use our postal code lookup tool to get to the right information.


Military Continues Child Rescue out of Underground Tunnels Across the Globe

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Military Continues Child Rescue out of Underground Tunnels Across the Globe

Tortured, malnourished children and corpses in the tens of thousands have been found in a sophisticated network of Deep Underground Military Bases (DUMBS) that ran beneath the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, Asia and across Europe. For over a year US Special Forces had been in training for the rescue missions which began on Oct. 16 2019 with the rescue of over 2,100 caged babies and children beneath the China Lake Navy facility in California.

Children were held in cages for human experiments, organ harvesting, tortuous mind control, sexual exploitation, Adrenachrome production (drinking the blood of a traumatized child was believed to stop aging and produced a “high”) and child sacrifice rites in honor of Satan.

The vast child rescue missions across the globe were headed by President Trump, the Pentagon Pedophile Task Force, US Special Forces and Marines in cooperation with Interpol, and various nations’ special military forces. They included arrests of pedophile perpetrators and destruction of the underground tunnels and bases through bombs that caused minor earthquakes. On Sun. 6 Sept. a huge tunnel in the Philippines was destroyed – accompanied by an earthquake.

The infamous pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s sidekick Ghislaine Maxwell has been testifying in order to save her own life, against global government leaders, royals and corporate heads involved in the global tunnel network. This has resulted in thousands being arrested around the world for treason, pedophilia, child trafficking, money laundering and Obstruction of Justice. Children continued to be rescued globally as Maxwell has given up info on where they have been held, abused and ritually killed.

It was believed that since at least the end of World War II, the DUMBS had been financed, built and run by members of the illuminati, Deep State, or Cabal using US taxpayer dollars funneled through a CIA Black budget. Although, deeper tunnels were found to exist that were ancient in origin. DUMBS Part Two:

Map of US DUMBS:

Over 50,000 traumatized or deceased children have been recovered from underground tunnels running beneath US cities. The Australian military recently discovered over 300,000 tortured children in underground Melbourne tunnels and it was estimated that in the next couple of weeks, over a million children would be brought out of a network that circled beneath Australia.

An international child trafficking ring run by the Vatican and funded by the CIA appeared to account for thousands of children who went missing every year. Children were stolen to the order of global and political elites in both the US and UK by well known organizations including some state Protective Services namely in Arizona and California. UNICEF, NATO, many children’s charities in Africa and those out of Hollywood were believed to kidnap and torture children using the sophisticated tunnel network.

This child kidnapping network was discovered after thousands of abused and tortured children were found and rescued out of tunnels running through New York and Los Angeles. Under disguise of the first Covid-19 “pandemic” the children were treated on the USNS Comfort Hospital Ship in the New York Harbor and the USNS Mercy Hospital Ship off the coast in California. The UN in New York and Century City in LA, both under control of the Council of Foreign Relations, were known breeding grounds for avowed Satanists who practiced Child Sacrifice.

Charlie Ward, a professional gold mover for the US Treasury who had been in a couple of the tunnels, said, “The child rescue operations have moved in earnest in Nevada… what was amazing is that everyone was thinking Las Vegas would be the horror show of horror shows… there was a horror show but it was Reno… underneath Reno they could not believe the tunnels underneath the ground… the DUMBs…This last one in Reno, and we’re only talking 7-days ago (recorded on 17 May 2020). The Cabal knows this is coming down… so the bulk of the children found in the tunnels under Reno were dead… not only dead folks, they were mangled… They’ve had to go through… they’re trying to do DNA testing to get the pieces back in order… which piece belongs to which other torso. It’s horrific.”

Special Ops went into Melbourne and found another layer beneath an already enormous tunnel system. This second tunnel started in Sydney and went in a web-like ring around Australia, with a big central line running toward Ayers Rock. One night 9 p.m. to 6 or 7 a.m. there were reported explosions, like earthquakes, every 2 or 3 seconds at Ayers.

Charlie Freak said, “When the American Marines first arrived they went to New Zealand. They brought the Army Corps of Engineers with them. They’re giving tips and different things to help people being underground. Being in these deep underground bases has a profound effect upon especially the brain… so you begin to see things… false/positives false/negatives… that are there and you begin to dismiss things that are there… so it’s very confusing down in these tunnels… they have to make sure they’re not shooting at one another…You can lose your bearings underground so quickly. So when the Americans went there and they were training the Aussies to be able to do this for themselves… they found a vast tunnel network that went almost around Australia… and then [The Marines] moved on… so the Aussies are doing this…What happened is, they went into Melbourne… they found another layer beneath this enormous tunnel system in Australia… they started in Sydney… they described it to us… think arachnid… it’s a web… and it was below… this one goes all the way… WOW… all they do is dig… BTW that’s why the dependency on oil and gas… because it’s a cover for being constantly underground… So this second tunnel system goes all the way around in a ring around Australia with a big central line running towards Ayers Rock.” A survivor of the Australian VIP Child Sex Ring exposes her perpetrators:

A 3 Sept. military report on cleanup of the tunnel network: “DUMB clearance in Australia was estimated at 15%, with massive work still to be done. New Zealand was at 15%, with newly discovered tunnels. Some work has been done in Papua New Guinea. British Isles were estimated 25% cleared, South America 18%. 87,000 have been removed from Germany. Tunnels under the Black Forest were being cleared. Merkel is under house arrest. Gitmo is full. High profile cases are being taken to Greenland. Some are being transferred to FEMA camps. Plans are being made for new holding facilities to be built.”

As Charlie Ward stated on 18 Aug. 2020, “Very simply, if you’re involved with pedophilia it comes with an automatic death sentence unless you cooperate with Trump. If you cooperate with Trump, you’ll get a minimum of a Life Sentence. You step out of line, it goes back to the Death Penalty. And he’s aware of every single one of them. And every single one of them will be arrested and they will be given the choice.”

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