posted on Sep, 9 2009 @ 02:17 PM
For the last month there has been a significant increase in the emergency alert systems weekly test(s).
Normally the system has been checked on Saturdays, but recently the numbers have jumped from once a week to once every two days (Sat-Tues-Thurs).
This could be nothing, but the conspirator in me can't help but wonder if there is something more behind it.
Why would there need to be such an increase in "test"? typically in life don't we amp up testing on a product or service right before it goes into
With the way the economy is heading, the low presidential approval rating (think back to Bush in July of '01), and the global interest in dumping the
dollar, I can't help but think the time is nigh for the next false flag.
I don't fear what may happen, I just fear it starting, because once its starts, is there really any going back? (we'll lose a lot of freedoms).
Hopefully this E.A.S. over testing is nothing more then maintenance or getting systems back to speed after the switch to digital, who knows, I just
can't help but wonder...
[edit on 9/9/2009 by Alaskan Man]