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Barksdale Missile Number Six: The Stolen Nuclear Weapon

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posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 08:04 AM
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After 4 years, some new info has come to light.

In From the Cold has finally received the Unit Inspection Report via FOIA.
They've posted a critique of the report.

Wired . com also picked up on the release, and posted their own review of the inspection report, and included a PDF copy of the inspection report.
(Hopefully someone will save this pdf somewhere more permanant?)

Their critiques of the report show that the inspection appears to have been a whitewash in regard to the 2D Bomb Wing at Barksdale. They should have failed their inspection, but didn't.



edit on 9/22/11 by makeitso because: (no reason given)




posted on Sep, 22 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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Thanks for the update....

However, I've noticed that all these reports seem to neglect to mention the missing nuke. To me, that is the most alarming part of the whole incident...



posted on Nov, 27 2011 @ 02:51 PM
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Someone needs to be accountable for this.



posted on Dec, 13 2011 @ 07:56 PM
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bump....still waiting. No comments?



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 04:07 PM
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I didn't read 32 pages sorry. There seems to be this big fear that Iran might make a nuke or steal a nuke. Its absurd. The isotopes in the fuel the Russians sold them to use in their reactor(s) or enrichment for use in same is fingerprinted. It would lead straight back to them.

American strategic tactical nuclear weapons all have sophisticated security measures to prevent unauthorized use. It would be impossible to deploy the cruise missile without the computers required to arm and program their use. Even if you managed to remove the warhead and somehow transport it to a target, it would still require the electronics inside the missile body and the computers used to launch it to arm and detonate it (on some level).

Has anybody on here read anything or presented any information about Russian/Soviet missing nukes? There is a plethora of rumor and some substantiated reports by credible witness that there are a number of portable and easily detonated small weapons designed to be carried by hand (in brief cases) . Plus artillery rounds, bomb making materials, etc. Whats all the hype about a single missing nuke in the US? Are they preparing everyone for the "accident"? Or the terrorist false flag? Who knows. Thanks for bringing it.


Missing Russian Nukes




posted on May, 6 2012 @ 10:10 PM
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Originally posted by intrptr
Whats all the hype about a single missing nuke in the US? Are they preparing everyone for the "accident"? Or the terrorist false flag? Who knows. Thanks for bringing it.


No, quite the opposite. The single missing nuke in the US has been swept under the rug to keep it "hush hush." Go ask anyone on the street if they knew someone in the US Military stoke a nuclear warhead a few years ago and they'll look at you with a blank stare. Wanna put odds on that???





So what does that tell you? Use your non-public-school-taught critical thinking skills, if ya got any....
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posted on May, 6 2012 @ 10:19 PM
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Not sure what you are getting at.


critical thinking skills...
(...if I got any?) I'll converse with you as long as we remain civil about it (sans the insults).
Your point went hi and outside. Could you rephrase that? Instead of asking me to figure out your puzzle, just ask the question plainly. Thank you in advance for your reply.



posted on May, 6 2012 @ 10:26 PM
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Just wanted to give a quick thank you to whoever bumped one of the best ATS threads ever. I never really did get a satisfactory answer to what the hell happened. I think there were a few (but not as many as there should have been) firings of folks in the chain of command. There were also a couple of interesting deaths.
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posted on May, 7 2012 @ 12:50 AM
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Since you won't reply... Read this...

False Flag Nukes



posted on May, 9 2012 @ 08:44 PM
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Originally posted by intrptr
reply to post by CIAGypsy
 

Not sure what you are getting at.


critical thinking skills...
(...if I got any?) I'll converse with you as long as we remain civil about it (sans the insults).
Your point went hi and outside. Could you rephrase that? Instead of asking me to figure out your puzzle, just ask the question plainly. Thank you in advance for your reply.


Whoa whoa whoa.... You *completely* misinterpreted my post. I wasn't insulting you at all...

Let me translate....


Originally posted by CIAGypsy
No, quite the opposite. The single missing nuke in the US has been swept under the rug to keep it "hush hush." Go ask anyone on the street if they knew someone in the US Military stoke a nuclear warhead a few years ago and they'll look at you with a blank stare.


My point here is that the mainstream media completely missed the boat on reporting that one nuke is missing. They collectively failed to notice that 6 nukes left Minot and only 5 showed up at Barksdale. That should be a rather big deal but NO ONE is reporting it or even mentioning it. Thus, because most of average America only knows what the mainstream media spoon feeds them, they also have NO IDEA that a nuke was stolen on US soil by someone in the US military.


Originally posted by CIAGypsy
Wanna put odds on that???


Here I am simply challenging you or anyone else to go ask people in the general public if they are aware of what I detailed out above.


Originally posted by CIAGypsy
So what does that tell you? Use your non-public-school-taught critical thinking skills, if ya got any....


My point in this line is to get you or anyone else to use some critical thinking skills....which generally aren't taught in schools these days (thus my jab which was directed at the school system...not you).....to stop and think about what these details or lack of them really mean:

1. Someone in the US military stole a nuclear weapon on US soil.
2. The military covered it up.
3. The media covered it up or ignored it.

Sooo.......I ask again.....what does that tell you?

These things don't happen in a vacuum. If they happen, its because someone with a lot of power, money, and resources has aligned things to happen this way.



posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 09:03 PM
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I have read long time ago on a german web site
which also contains videos for prove
that nuclear weapons DON'T exist because they don't work
if nukes would work they would have been used long time ago
it's just to keep our fake economy going
when I posted this on ATS I was ridiculed

big-lies.org...

read on



posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 09:22 PM
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Originally posted by macssam
I have read long time ago on a german web site
which also contains videos for prove
that nuclear weapons DON'T exist because they don't work
if nukes would work they would have been used long time ago
it's just to keep our fake economy going
when I posted this on ATS I was ridiculed

big-lies.org...

read on


For good reason. The notion is, literally, ridiculous.

Fission and fusion weapons have been detonated hundreds of times, and their isotopic and seismic effects measured well beyond national borders by rival/hostile nations who have no motivation to exaggerate the capabilities of their enemies.

The global isotopic changes from nuclear weapons testing are well measurable.



posted on Aug, 4 2012 @ 09:24 PM
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A thorough prequel history of what could lead up to the Ultimate "False Flag" - a nuclear attack on American soil. IF that happens then hopefully independent, international nuclear weapons experts can have their input in identifying the origin of the weapon (versus the obvious)....but even then the "fix" could be in (offers made that normal people "cant refuse" a la The Godfather).



posted on May, 8 2013 @ 03:31 PM
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I don't know whether it is related or not, but 17 officers in charge of nuclear weapons at Minot Air Force Base were just relieved of duty and sent for "retraining."

ATS Thread - AP Exclusive: Air Force sidelines 17 nuke officers



posted on May, 8 2013 @ 03:42 PM
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Thanks for bringing this topic (and thread) back.

Many questions, no answers - now officers being removed? To be replaced by officers more willing to follow the orders of this administration?

Correct me if I'm wrong - Doesn't Barksdale function as a staging ground for equipment to go over to the middle east?

I thought maybe the missing warhead might have been given to Israel to use against Syria during that time to bomb the nuclear facility in Syria?



posted on May, 8 2013 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by Happy1
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Thanks for bringing this topic (and thread) back.

Many questions, no answers - now officers being removed? To be replaced by officers more willing to follow the orders of this administration?

Correct me if I'm wrong - Doesn't Barksdale function as a staging ground for equipment to go over to the middle east?

I thought maybe the missing warhead might have been given to Israel to use against Syria during that time to bomb the nuclear facility in Syria?


You're welcome. It's been a long time since I read through this thread and other news of the day regarding the possibly missing nuke, so I've got some reading to do to catch back up. But I saw the announcement of the officers at Minot Air Force Base being relieved and thought it should be brought up here.

It sounds like officers with 'attitude problems' and launch control of nuclear weapons at Minot Air Force Base are being replaced while they undergo 're-education.' I don't know whether there is more to it than that. But it seems like there might possibly be some correlation, or at least it would seem logical.

I have heard (in this thread, I believe) that Barksdale does serve as a staging ground for equipment to go to the middle east, but I don't know whether that is true. I also remember at the time hearing many speculations - including that Dick Cheney was behind the allegedly missing nuke. But I have no idea whether there was any evidence of anything like that or whether it is just people speaking with no knowledge. I don't know whether a nuke is even really missing or whether the management of nukes is really this screwed up. Either possibility is pretty disturbing.

Many high ranking military people and even the Director of the CIA have suddenly been relieved or have resigned or unexpectedly retired in the last 6 months. There were rumors just after the last presidential election of an inner core of military officers planning a coup but being taken down before they could execute it. I have no idea whether this is pure rumor and speculation or whether there was any real evidence other than the sudden shake-ups in leadership.

But this sure is all interesting...



posted on May, 8 2013 @ 04:25 PM
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Just because this is a conspiracy website I'll add all the rumors of russian, and other foreign troops on our soil - not all just under the guise of the UN.

Lots of questions - I have no trust of this gov't. Who really knows what the truth is.



posted on Jul, 23 2013 @ 06:54 PM
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I thought they'd bomb Detroit at first but i figured if they're going to war then all of Americas industrial capacity would be needed.



posted on Jul, 23 2013 @ 06:56 PM
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well im thinking that if it indeed comes too all out war,,,u can't build much in an HOUR.



posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 02:31 AM
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Random thought I had on this subject. There have been a lot of nukes over the years that have been lost, though not too many US ones. Nuclear weapons can also be traced to the nation they came from. What if some general (and likely politicians) set it up to trade one of our nukes, for nukes of another country?

It seems like a pretty basic idea to me that if one were to create a nuclear incident for whatever reason, due to the political fallout it would be absolutely necessary to use a weapon from another nation. For example, if our own government were to nuke LA, it would be obvious we did it to ourselves if an American nuclear weapon were used. If we wanted to do that, we would use a Chinese, Russian, or Pakistani weapon. This would severely harm that nation diplomatically, make the US look good when it doesn't retaliate, and accomplish whatever goal is desired. The trick is to get one of those weapons, there's probably not enough cash on the planet to outright buy a nuclear weapon because of the paper trail. These things have to be bartered for or outright stolen. A US nuke makes for a really good barter item.





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