posted on May, 16 2018 @ 04:33 PM
a reply to: worldstarcountry
With oil-producing infrastructure it'd be far easier just to hit it with a regular bomb or missile, or ground-based sabotage. Using napalm on eg an
oil refinery or pumping facility would seem like overkill.
However, let's think beyond that: napalming an oil facility would make it look like a fire had occured there due to some on-site accident or
something, whereas a bomb or missile might be noticed as external input, as it were.
Also -- and this is a horrible thought, but has to be considered -- napalm will take out the workers. Those who aren't caught by it will be running
for their lives anyway. And then the place is going to have fires and explosions all over the place, as big oil facilities tend to do when all the
fail-safes have been overloaded.
Re the CIA, that could be a red herring. Ok, so Thor supplies weaponry to CIA, but not only them. Maybe we are supposed to think, "Oh, this is for
CIA," when it could be someone else entirely.
Like I said, I find it too pat that all those tieing-in details just happened to come out together.
But whoever it's for, they (apparently/allegedly) want a lot of it. So that implies multiple targets. As to where, who knows?
If the story has basis in fact and is not a sting of some kind, I guess we'll find out eventually.
Thor is not the only arms dealer in the world, after all.