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“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!
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.
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.
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.
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.