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originally posted by: Mousygretchen
I hope this isn't just a ruse to give Iran rothschild controlled central banks and force them to accept the IMF loan. Iran is the last country in the world that does not charge their people interest.
originally posted by: carewemust
a reply to: AnkhMorpork
I started a thread a couple hours ago. Didn't Mueller leak the questions? Maybe I misread the article.
Link to thread: www.abovetopsecret.com...
to give Iran rothschild controlled central banks and force them to accept the IMF loan. Iran is the last country in the world that does not charge their people interest.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: Whereismypassword
Here is the answer to your assertion that the document in Skyfloating's thread is fake.
I do not expect you to issue an apology to Skyfloating no matter how much one is deserved.
originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
a reply to: PokeyJoe
Well, each nuke has a unique signature that can be used to trace the bomb back to it's maker.
Thats not quite accurate - after it goes boom its a different story
Metals are traded internationally, so knowing only where material in a bomb was mined would not necessarily tell you where a tamper was built or who constructed it, warns Tom Bielefeld of Harvard University, who studies nuclear security. But Bielefeld recognises that these kinds of clues could prove important when combined with traditional intelligence.
“You need to really gather all the information you can get,” he says. “It’s really a big puzzle and every clue may be valuable.” The work is also “an important contribution to a body of literature that’s very sparse”, he adds.
originally posted by: LanceCorvette
originally posted by: Perfectenemy
a reply to: LanceCorvette
Why did you choose to compare me with AJ? This is the only platform i share my insights with. I'm not earning any money or fame with this. I welcome every member to ignore my signed [V] posts. Nobody is forcing you to read them.
I'm ignoring you.
4 of our [SHIPS] already destroyed.
is a factual statement, not an insight. A factual statement the meaning of which you refused to expound on to another poster who asked you about its meaning.
It doesn't help. Can you imagine how many people said to themselves, on reading that, "oh man, what ships did we lose?" who now have to possibly carry that with them throughout these Q threads, " oh man we're losing ships what next?" It seriously does-not-help add to the conversation.
Reference to AJ as in all hype, all about the tease to get you to keep paying attention, but no delivery at the end. I mean this respectfully, I have no doubt in your sincerity in these conversations. I just don't care for your approach to contributing to them - "Dude, you're not going to like what just happened ... but I'm not going to tell you what just happened" is a waste of my time. Seriously.
Okay, *now* I'm ignoring you.
originally posted by: Elostone
a reply to: Perfectenemy
I've been following this thread since day one, part one and the energy of all the posters working together was amazing. It was something I hadn't seen here on ATS in many years.
And it felt good.
The energy has changed over the past several weeks, however.
There seems to be a "clique" in the past 100-200 pages that believe they have a superior awareness that the rest of us just couldn't handle.
It's very off putting.
It's very similar to being told that we should just do what we're told because others know what's good for us and we are too ignorant to understand..
We are told to just skip posts if we don't like it.
I believe if your going to post cryptic content, openly have private code talk with some and not share it with the rest of the people participating in the thread, then perhaps YOU should take it elsewhere, because it's really a turn off.