So you think there is no way to inspect the facilities?
Do you get to inspect every square inch of a hotel? No. It all depends on the agreement made. You have no way of knowing how much is actually there, what quality it is and so on. You would have basically have had to be there as it was being built to know this, and even then, you would have to know what right looks like, at which point, why not just do it for yourself?
'm not going to agree with that. There are plenty of other commercial activities which developers build facilities for clients. I'm not sure why you think this is all that different.
Because if this one doesn't work for its intended purpose, you have no way of suing. How dense are you?
There is something of a gap between having a flashlight and fire extinguisher on hand versus having a pre-built and provisioned shelter.
Yes, one is sensible and works in known situations and the other is batshit insane and a waste of money.
A nuclear war isn't the end of the world. Enver Hoxha wasn't using a bunker to protect him from fallout.
It would basically signal the end of civilization as we know it. So again, there is no incentive to keep such promises, and as for Hoxha, the point is that the bunkers didn't actually do anything and couldn't be used in the manner "intended" for them. It is the same deal here, people pay money up front with no guarantee of entry. If that isn't a scam, I don't know what is.