posted on Nov, 14 2010 @ 09:02 PM
Originally posted by DeltaNine
Yes, cold hard facts mean something is believable. Evidence, even circumstantial, is something that is entirely relevant on a site like this.
As for your assertion that PLOWSHARE took place very near to Denver...that is bollocks. Of all the forty odd explosions only two of them took place in
Colorado, and neither of them were near Denver. That's from your own link.
You know I thought about it and I think you might be right.
They don't intend on using nukes for peaceful purposes like in operation plowshare.
They intend on using nukes to rid the world of all religious and nationalistic ideas. They will likely then entomb themselves, from the point that
they freed the world from these oppresive ideas. And it is likely that DIA is not the location, but rather a trojan horse. But rather a monument to
the martyrs after the war. The meek will inhierit the earth.
If this was your goal, to rid the world of all religious and nationalistic ideas, think of what your target package would consist of.
You will not know from where they launch their attack.
And it is likely that they have a back-up for their primary, and that the back-up also has a back-up.
And a failsafe (Deadmans switch for the back-up of the back-up)
edit on 14-11-2010 by In nothing we trust because: (no reason given)