by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:
By now you’ve probably all heard about the firing of those base personnel at Minot Air Force Base in Minot, North Dakota. If you’ve never been there, the city itself is fairly nice-sized, about 50,000, in the middle of the flat North Dakota prairie, and about 40 miles south of the Canadian border. There all resemblance to a typical small-sized great plains city, or for that matter, a typical military base, end, for Minot is also home to an airbase (about 15 miles north of town) and several B-52 intercontinental bombers, and a flight or two of Minuteman ICBM’s in missile silos. Driving north out of town one can literally pass by some of these missile silos and their deadly cargos within a few hundred feet. People who’ve read my Giza Death Star books, including the most recent, also know my fascination for the old Safeguard ABM radar system at Nekoma, North Dakota, which I saw in the distance as a boy while traveling in the state with my folks. (Nekoma, in case you’re wondering, is northwest of Grand Forks).