Sunday, September 09, 2007

Things that make you go Hmmmmmm...

posted by The Vidiot @ 2:46 PM Permalink

More about the B52 nuke thing.
Excerpt: 1. Nuclear tipped weapons loaded and transported skirting layers of fail-safe security measures and the chain of command.

2. Nuclear tipped weapons supposedly slated for decommission transported to a base that does not have the facilities necessary.

3. Very suspicious timing. This all happens at a time when there is much talk of the US preemptively Striking Iran and/or large scale terrorist attacks on US soil.

4. Langley Air Force Base will ground its jets for a week leaving vital airspace much less protected.
Also, there is a rumor that the plane left with 6 nukes and arrived with 5. Not only that, it took an hour longer to fly the distance. What did they do with that extra hour? Maybe the disappearance of Steve Fosset is somehow connected. Did you know they're using NORAD to look for him? The full might of the domestic military is looking for one guy.
Excerpt: There is NO way that this big of a TOP dog in the US military who is currently the guy in charge of protecting the airspace for the whole country including from SPACE, would be called in to locate a missing person.

Sorry, not buying it.

I may be wrong about my theory that THEY ARE ACTUALLY LOOKING FOR A MISSING NUKE.... but I can guarantee you that I am 100% right in saying that they are NOT looking for a missing person....
And if there is a missing nuke, what might it be used for. The guy over at rumormillnews has an idea:
Excerpt: I wrote about this "3rd FEMA prediction" at...

FarSight3 -- Wednesday, 14 September 2005, 12:40 p.m.

...and "coincidentally" it was published exactly on Sept.14.! See, what is planned for that date! ...

...U.S. Geological Survey seismologist Lucy Jones remembers attending an emergency training session in August 2001 with the FEMA that discussed the three most likely catastrophes to strike the United States.

First on the list was a terrorist attack in New York. Second was a super-strength hurricane hitting New Orleans. Third was a major earthquake on the San Andreas fault.

...A catastrophic temblor at the right spot along the San Andreas could significantly reduce energy and water supplies - at least temporarily, she and others said...

...Because the Los Angeles region is so much larger than the Louisiana city, it is difficult to conceive of a disaster - "sort of an A-bomb" - that would blanket the whole city, let alone the whole county, in ruin, said Lee Sapaden, a spokesman for Los Angeles County's Office of Emergency Management...
When taken with the accidental broadcast of the presidental authorization code and the $4.5 billion bet that the market will tank next week, well, ...

Then again, it could just be Cheney running amok.


I read the conspiracy pages, so you don't have to.



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