Why does Gogebic Taconite (GTAC), a mining venture, need masked commandos armed with assault rifles and wearing camouflage gear at its site in the Wisconsin woods? Armed guards protecting extractive resource operations may not be an uncommon sight in Central and South American countries, but they certainly are in the north woods of Wisconsin. What are they really protecting? Ask Chris Cline.
Cline, a billionaire quietly dating Tiger Woods’ ex Elin Woods, could definitely be considered one of the so-called “elite.” His operations and lifestyle were profiled by Bloomberg Magazine in an October 2010 article "New King Coal." The article discusses how Cline tried, and failed, to distribute literature at his children's school suggesting that climate change may be caused by clusters of sunspots or the “earth wobbling” on its axis.
What’s really going on in the Penokee Mountains, an area of rugged hills within sight of Lake Superior, timber-clad hills, white water rivers, and abundant wildlife?
Per the Zetas of Zetatalk, Wisconsin is central to a number of changes that will leave the state unscathed in the main. Situated near the center of a large plate, the state will experience jolts with minimal aftershocks . . . Mountain building will not occur, and the majority of the state will remain above water during the polar melts that follow the shift. Blessed with gentle rolling hills and rich soil, the state offers protection from high winds and the ability to garden.
Arizona businessman, Tom Parrella, is also linked to the armed patrols in the Wisconsin woods. Parrella’s Bulletproof Securities company, a self-described “private military contractor,” is at the center of the controversy over heavily armed, masked security guards, who upset locals by patrolling the woods near proposed mine site in northern Wisconsin. In a news interview last year, Parrella said the heavy weaponry used by the company was a "deliberate deterrent to potential adversaries.”
Oh, what a tangled web we weave: When first we practice to deceive!
Gogebic Taconite (GTAC) is owned by Cline Resource and Development Group, which had never before mined taconite, a type of low-grade iron ore. Yet, GTAC proposes to build the largest open-pit, iron-ore mine in the world (4.5 miles long, 1.5 miles wide, and up to 1,000 feet deep). Although GTAC claimed to have no interest in circumventing Wisconsin's mining laws, it ended up working behind the scenes for months to gut these laws that they supposedly were not interested in changing. Even though the permit review process was rushed, the bill failed to pass through the Senate.
The plot thickens!
Not daunted by a failed bill, a “new” mining bill, virtually identical to the failed bill, was proposed on Jan 9, 2013, fast-tracked and passed by the Senate on Feb 27 with a 17-16 vote and by the Assembly on Mar 7. Governor Walker signed the "new" bill on March 11.
But wait, there’s more.
Senator Bob Jauch and Rep. Janet Bewley asked GTAC to remove the heavily armed masked commando security forces. Jauch said the semiautomatic rifles, heavy armor, and masks used by the guards means that they are not armed security, but rather a “mercenary anti-terrorist force” that intimidates local citizens. Bob Seitz, GTAC spokesman, said they have no plans to change security procedures and Senator Jauch’s letter will change nothing in their plans.
Unfortunately for GTAC, and fortunately for the locals, the camouflaged security detail was forced to pulled out in July, for failure to obtain proper licensing from the state, a felony punishable by up to $500 in fines or six months in jail.
Could GTAC’s mining ventures be a cover-up for something else, perhaps a secret elite enclave in Wisconsin, a state that will do fairly well after the Pole Shift?
Perhaps we should dig deeper. You be the judge of that.