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If people were to ask for sources on specific statements, rather than on your entire post, would it be too much trouble to provide them?
be interested to see the report stating that the missiles were unguarded for 10 hours - not that I don't trust you, I just haven't read that myself anywhere.
But a timeline of the episode supplied by the Air Force yesterday to House and Senate lawmakers indicated that the missiles in question sat on a runway in Louisiana for nearly 10 hours before workers noticed that the nuclear warheads were inside.
Originally posted by azchuck
reply to post by JustMike
For me, one argument against an event in Europe is, as you said, Mr. Putin. I think American citizens will be fearful but even more obedient and will seek or even demand increased security from a more constricting, oppressive government. That seems to be a primary objective.
I also think Mr. Putin won't tolerate an attack in Europe. I think he will immediately decipher what really happened and will respond quickly and forcefully. Actually, I think he already is doing so.
I'm not current: Do Central European countries still have mutual defense treaties with Russia? I think this is a significant issue for people in the area.
Several previous posters addressed the existence of abilities to "track" plutonium. America does not have an exclusive on this. Putin also has tracking abilities.
To your benefit, in my opinion, America won't need the radar sites after Russia comes in, because of an Iran attack or some other reason. Sort of like locking the barn door after the horse has been stolen, yes?
More of my personal opinion: Putin will not allow construction of these radar bases.
...the primary focus is on a major event of some type here in America.
I tend to expect an attack here as opposed to Europe because of the resulting need to strip Americans of what little remains of our Constitutional rights.
I do certainly grant that an event in Europe could well have the same result, and the added "benefit" of imposing similar crackdowns, possibly with martial law, in Europe as well as America.
I cannot describe the mindset required for a false flag operation such as you describe. For starts, because I cannot comprehend it. Many others are the same.
an old friend of William Casey's, Beurt SerVaas,
Beurt SerVaas, who was on the executive board of the Veterans of the OSS, the predecessor organization of the CIA.
Officer, OSS/CIA (1941-45).
In 1965 the firm (International Investigators Incorporated) was taken over by a mysterious former CIA officer named Beurt Ser Vaas (later to become owner and publisher of the Saturday Evening Post).
[The International Investigators, Inc.] was a top-secret private intelligence agency with contracts from the CIA, IRS, and other government agencies...
SerVaas's daughter is married to what Wheaton describes as an "off-the-books" French intelligence asset, Bernard Marie.
Originally posted by Friedrich1990
JustMike, I don't get what you mean by "false flag nuclear attacks" will be disgarded and be of little importance to us. This would simply start World War 3.
Unless I have missed something, not one word has been posted in response. Are perspectives or theories that lie outside of a fully US perspective too far off the thread in this case? I truly ask this with no malice but out of a desire to understand the "mindset" involved. After all, a "false flag" nuclear attack of any kind, anywhere in the world, is going to have very dire ramifications for all of us, no matter where we live...
Who really stole this nuke? Some other country. If this were to be a false flag committed by the United States, we would have to steal someone else's nuke and the following attack would have to be made obvious that it WAS the country who owns the nuke.
I know this web site is the wrong place to admit this, but I used to think the 9/11 conspiracy stuff was so much nonsense.
Then I started exploring and became progressively more open to the possibility that yes it was possible.
As an aside, would you please post current conditions as to type of voting machines used there and awareness of bending election results?
The incident occurred after a munitions crew at Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota left nuclear warheads on six Advanced Cruise Missiles on a 2nd Bomb Wing bomber that returned to Barksdale Air Force Base
This blurring of the nuclear/conventional line, wittingly or unwittingly, could heighten the risk that the nuclear option will be used. Exhibit A may be the Stratcom contingency plan for dealing with "imminent" threats from countries such as North Korea or Iran, formally known as CONPLAN 8022-02
I understand widespread concern about lack of citations. More and more, because some sources are disappearing - which I do not view as a good sign.
(from external source) RENO, Nev. Sep 9, 2007 (AP)
Rescue crews searching for famed millionaire adventurer Steve Fossett stumbled upon another false lead Sunday when they discovered what they thought was a downed airplane but didn't find the missing aviator…Authorities did not say what the sighting was, only that it wasn't Fossett's plane.
(from external source) Sept. 16, 2007
Rescuers were forced to briefly halt the search for Fossett on Saturday, citing risks that volunteer pilots could run into rescue teams searching for Fossett, according to Reuters.
The Federal Aviation Administration barred civilian aircraft from flying lower than 2,000 feet above ground level in a 50-mile area around the Flying M Ranch, southeast of Reno, according to Reuters.
(from external source0 Hunt for Fossett grinds to a halt: police
LOS ANGELES (AFP) — The hunt for missing aviator Steve Fossett has ground to a virtual standstill, police said Monday, two weeks after the adventurer's plane vanished over the Nevada wilderness.
Nevada State police spokesman Chuck Allen told AFP the search for Fossett had been dramatically scaled back with only two grounded aircraft on standby and "four or five" military helicopters now deployed in the hunt.