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Barksdale Missile Number Six: The Stolen Nuclear Weapon

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posted on Nov, 25 2007 @ 09:47 PM
reply to post by dreb13

If you follow one of the links in the Projectcamelot article, you get this page:

I went back to's root directory and got to this article:

I don't know who this Will Thomas guy is, or if he is a kook. But there are some things in this article that ring true for me:

“On the confirmation side that would be a yes. It definitely was them,” Hank said, citing corroborating sources who have come forward since our story appeared. “That is a biggie.”

No crap, so to speak, that's a biggie. Hank was reconfirming that after “back-dooring” the Made In China microchips infesting the entire U.S. civilian and military infrastructure, Beijing now has the capability to load an American nuclear bomber and fly it around CONUS like a remote-controlled model plane!

I have a friend from high school (his mother is actually my 7th grade History teacher, and is currently one of my employees) that works for Intel He was a Project Manager working on the Duel Core processor. His work (and his youth) has earned him the "reward" of opening the first offshore Intel site in China, and then doing a 5 year stint as its director.

So, in the above reference (given, the Will Thomas article is wholly anecdotal and unsubstantiated) you will see that there are issues with the "infestation" of Chinese microchips. And I have personal information regarding the near completion of a new Intel site in China (with its own city being built up to support just this 1 factory).

But to add to the intrigue, there was a CNN Headline News report yesterday morning stating that the US DoD was going to inventory/inspect virtually every item within their grasp. The reason? Concern that the newfound outsourcing issues (namely: CHINA) might lead to quality issued within military systems. Between the lines, it would seem that they now know that China has infected us with their technology.

I have discussed privately with my wife that i feel that China is trying to couquer us using "soft entry" methodology. Honestly, they will destabilize and topple us using any means necessary (and us comprimising our ethics by sleeping in their bed would be karmic retribution), but a soft entry methodology is the primary destabilizing method. Right now we have oil problems, our food is constantly being recalled (and good companies are going out of business), our pets are being poisoned, our children are being what was that definition for terrorism?

If Iran wants to be tolerated better by the US, they should being providing us cheap labor, too.
It seems we will overlook any evil perpetrated.

I have been discussing just this matter as of late with another friend. He has left yahoo altogether because of their willingness to sell out the spirit of freedom to stay in the good graces of the Red Giant.

posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 05:27 PM
i agree! good not to live in the US at these times! Although i may return sooner than later, i do hope nothing happens, i do hope it is all conspiracy! and do hope most of you are wrong! I swear, only on ATS can people be totally convinced the worse is going to happen! They go from a nuke being stolen to "our own govt. is going to bomb a major city as an excuse to invade Iran or N. Korea." Hey, which may very well be true, but i hope not! Goodness will prevail soon guys, if we all believe hard enough, and if not, atleast we get to be rid of fear... because death is the end of fear

posted on Jan, 21 2008 @ 07:30 PM
reply to post by elevatedone

They way the pieces are arranged on the chessboard at the moment, I would say that USraels next move is to use the stolen nuke, to knock out a vital city in Iran, and blame it on an attempt to assemble a nuclear bomb by Iran gone wrong.
Knock them out and frame them for lying about building a bomb at one fell swoop!
Prepare the media to trumpet the Iranian bomb building accident.

posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 03:25 PM

Originally posted by Finix
reply to post by elevatedone

What happened to the rest of the Barksdale thread? Here is the last post?

They way the pieces are arranged on the chessboard at the moment, I would say that USraels next move is to use the stolen nuke, to knock out a vital city in Iran, and blame it on an attempt to assemble a nuclear bomb by Iran gone wrong.
Knock them out and frame them for lying about building a bomb at one fell swoop!
Prepare the media to trumpet the Iranian bomb building accident.

posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 03:31 PM
They way the pieces are arranged on the chessboard at the moment, I would say that USraels next move is to use the stolen nuke, to knock out a vital city in Iran, and blame it on an attempt to assemble a nuclear bomb by Iran gone wrong.
Knock them out and frame them for lying about building a bomb at one fell swoop!
Prepare the media to trumpet the Iranian bomb building accident.

posted on Jan, 30 2008 @ 05:56 AM
reply to post by Leyla

Depends. We transported them on C-141B's. The call it a Missle Run Kit. Rollers placed on the cargo floor, passengers are the DCC and flight crew. Anyway, LR ICBM's use codes. They are already at the destination upon arrival. Short Range [non siloed] missles do not need codes, even nuclear. As for the codes, yes it would make the nuke useless in theory, but as wee progress to a more technologically savvy civilisation, would the possibility of "cannibilising" the nuke for the "raw materials" be ruled out of question? I do not know, but it would seem likely so.

Note: the codes are carried in what is called "The Football", carried by a person with the military rank of a flag officer. But you do know what a defense courier is? Hmmmmmm, makes one wonder doesn't it!

posted on Apr, 6 2008 @ 10:43 PM
A couple of points.

1. If indeed a bomb was stolen, and detonated sooner or later it will be traced back. Then the government will have to answer some really hard questions. Like why was no one informed? How did this happen? stuff like that.

2. Al-qaeda has it and takes it apart for the nuclear material. Wouldn't they die from the exposure without the proper facilities and equipment to handle said material?

3. Al-qaeda sets it off in a U.S. city. I just don't see it happening. They know we will turn the middle east into a parking lot.

posted on Apr, 6 2008 @ 11:45 PM
reply to post by azchuck

It's pretty obvious Halliburton is going to provoke a nuclear confrontation, especially if it's the only way to wipe out biological warfare if it was suddenly outleashed.

Briefcase nukes have existed for 30 years.

Put "briefcase nukes" into google ... the more it's blamed on Al Queda, the more you know Halleburton (i.e. THE FED private shareholders & it's interlocking family banking dynastic interlocking NWO own Halleburton -- Hello?"

The 50,000
Easy as A-B-C One of the biggest dangers is acting alone. Look at it this way, there are 135,000 folks on ATS, we can reach the other 300 million folks in the U.S. and also the 6 billion people in the world.

A – we need to get on the same page, all 6 billion of us.
To my last count, there are only about 50,000 sociopathic & pathological idiots running the whole show.

B - I've done my best to identify them (see No 1) See No. 1 -- Top 3 unknown conspiracies: Go to interlocking fed directorate charts.

C - Then we need to make sure as many people as possible are told about ALL ATS info ASAP .Then, as a household brand, ATS folks need to tell the other 300 million folks in the U.S. and 6 billion worldwide, that we need to hold the 50,000 accountable, such as by divesting them and de-mind-controlling them.

posted on May, 9 2008 @ 08:29 AM
reply to post by Dolomite

Duh !!! Let me think ?? Maybe the production of Atomic powered watches

posted on May, 9 2008 @ 08:56 AM

Originally posted by azchuck

In January 1966 a B-52 carrying four hydrogen bombs crashed after a mid-air collision near Palomares, Spain. Two weapons exploded on impact, with resulting plutonium contamination. A months-long program was undertaken to locate and extract the other two weapons from the ocean. Major policy changes were taken under consideration.

Great post, really informative, but i picked up on this one. I lived in Palomares for a few years and this event is still widely discussed amonst the locals. The americans paid for a desalination plant as compensation (which is now a hotel) and took thousands of tons of topsoil away. The information we were always told by the locals is that one of the bombs DIDNT explode but landed intact in a farmers field. Being a fairly backward area at the time (no offence meant, its very true) the farmer didnt have a clue what it was and prised it open with a screwdriver to see if any of the bits were salvagable and usable for his tractor

As far as i know he is still alive but he and his family (and all the locals) receive regular cancer screening tests

As a side note, this is the incident in the film Men of Honour, with Cuba Golding Jnr, the area where they are searching for the bombs in the sea is just off the coast of Palomares/Villaricos. Lovely place

posted on May, 28 2008 @ 10:21 PM
reply to post by azchuck

Quick question...why is there a link at the top of the page directing you to more info about this incident??

was it put up by on of the moderators?

If it was, I would feel loads better.

posted on May, 31 2008 @ 10:42 PM
Well done to the OP, well done indeed!
I applaud you.

We have been looking at the possibility of the US using one of their own nuclear weapons against themselves as a justification for further warfare, and a chance to lock down the country under martial law, and in effect, wield absolute control over the peoples.

If such a thing comes to fruition, we already know where the nuclear weapon came from, and have enough evidence to start a formal investigation.

Unfortunately, it won't matter how quickly we act, the drums of war would already be beating too loudly for any of us to stop it. But there will at least be retribution.

Can anyone think of a way to figure out where that missing weapon might be? Even if outlandish... imagine if we could find it before it even gets used.

Again, good job!

posted on Jun, 1 2008 @ 12:20 PM
I don't have a link, but I read in the paper in the last day or two that Minot AFB had failed a nuclear security test just recently.

posted on Jun, 1 2008 @ 12:50 PM

The Air Force base that sparked a controversy last year because its B-52 crews unknowingly flew nuclear missiles has failed a nuclear security test from Defense Department inspectors.

Airmen who did not understand their jobs ????!!!!!!!!??????????

Wrong procedures, wrong codes, wrong wrong wrong every thing.... and this is the nuclear boys ?

This thread is awesome, but very scary.

posted on Jun, 5 2008 @ 09:50 PM
Updating the thread as to the latest news report from CNN.


Chief of Staff Gen. T. Michael Moseley and Secretary Michael W. Wynne resigned over the department's concern over two incidents, including the August flight of a B-52 bomber that flew across the country with nuclear weapons.

Interesting turn of events here...


posted on Jun, 10 2008 @ 10:18 PM
reply to post by azchuck

This is huge. We need to get this info as widely disseminated as possible. I urge all you ATS readers to copy and paste the original post and send it by email to your local newspapers, radio and TV stations as well as to national media outlets. Even if the national media don't carry the story, our emails will likely attract the notice of the NSA's internet monitoring computers using keywords and if the government notices all the internet traffic mentioning a missing nuke, that just may cause them to back off from using it either against Iran or in a false flag operation domestically.

posted on Jun, 11 2008 @ 03:01 PM
People....I am going to say this one more time, so hopefully it sticks.

There is no way that a missing US nuke could be detonated and not have it come back as a US Nuke.

There are many many people whos jobs it is to monitor nuclear explosions should they ever happen, and would know within about a half hour where it was detonated and what kind of nuke it was.....which would then be easily traced back to us. It would be impossible to shut even half of these people up.

posted on Jun, 11 2008 @ 03:31 PM

Richard Marcinko plot to one of his latest books is about a rogue military person who's group of fanatics steal a nuclear device and then us it to blow up Portland.

I don't think LA will be the one to get nuked. The govt. needs it's ports, way too much military stuff nearby including a Nuclear armory in Seal Beach. LA's also too spread out. True a nuke will wipe LA off the map but I think a smaller more compact city will be the choice if they use a nuke on american soil.

I don't think it's too far out to say that the US govt. is capable of false flag attacks against their own citizens.

posted on Jun, 21 2008 @ 09:09 AM
reply to post by immedicated

Greetings.....Death is the End of everything....Fear is what breeds courage and without courage you stand for nothing....

posted on Jun, 27 2008 @ 11:28 AM

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