posted on Feb, 23 2018 @ 07:19 AM
a reply to: redchad
Have you read this
History is a contentious topic, we can't just subscribe to the narrative of one side, we have to listen to all the sides and take everything into
account. It's neither set in stone nor cast in bronze. It's fluid and even organic. Time will either bring some aspect of it to light or further
obscured and be forgotten.
When the process of the German reunification started in 1990 some of this came to light- the Rügen test. If you take into consideration the German
pilot's account under Allied interrogation, his description of the bomb's explosion was far from being primitive... Yes, their problem was a feasible
weapon delivery system, but why would the German's classify the Bell as "Kriegsentscheidend"- War Decisive, higher than their atomic bomb project?
It was only in August of 1997 when a Polish Intelligence officer with access to Polish Government documents that made writer Igor Witkowski aware of
the Nazi Bell. Do you honestly think that all the countries involved will voluntarily declassify their documents to educate the public regarding this
You don't buy it or you can't? Either way it's fine with me... the funny thing is, this is not even in the jaw-dropping-hair-pulling-face-palm
category that came out of Farrell's research.
edit on 09 11 2015 by MaxTamesSiva because: (no reason given)