posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 08:22 PM
Here we go again.
1. We're going to sink the Enterprise so we don't have to dispose of it.
Think this through. First, take a look at a map if the Strait of Hormuz. Note the depth of the water through the dog-leg and to either side pushing 75
meters or less. Now sink the Enterprise anywhere you want to around there. It's 250 feet tall, so lots of places it would stick out of the water. So
now you have eight nuclear reactors at the bottom of the straight, likely damaged, likely spewing out radiation.
And you are saying we won't have to clean it up?
I've got a better idea. Let's sail it back to Norfolk this Fall, cut open the flight deck, and haul out the reactors. Then let's tow the thing to
PSNS Inactive Ships Facility in Bremerton and take the rest of it apart. We'll bury the hot parts at Hanford Nuclear Reservation in Eastern
Washington. And, btw, this is all budgeted and planned. My guess is this way would be a whole lot cheaper and easier.
2. We're gonna sacrifice the Enterprise as a False Flag operation, blame Iran, and, oh, I dunno, start WW III or something.
To what end? So you have an excuse to blow Iran all up. You can bomb the place, but you can't invade it. We don't have the troops. The terrain is
worse than Afghanistan, and it begs the question of why. All you will do is disrupt a goodly percentage of the world's oil supply, inflame the middle
East some more, and generally create enough havoc to slap the world into the Even Greater Depression.
Why would anyone want to do that? Do you really think the Illuminati or some other group will make a lot of money of the world economy has completely
stalled? It's insane. Where would they get their Bentleys? It makes no sense at all. Bear in mind we have a wuss of a President at the moment who is
a Beta Male at best who would rather bow to foreign leaders than fight. Military wise, he's a walking disaster.
3. Here is what is actually going to happen.
The USS Enterprise is going to sail over to the region and hang out for awhile. It will probably sail through the Strait of Hormuz to Bahrain, turn
around, and sail right back out again, just like the Vinson did a few weeks ago, just like the Makin Island did a few days ago. In a month or so
either the Vinson or the Lincoln (both arrived about the same time) will head on home. The Lincoln will sail through the Suez, down the Med, and over
to Norfolk where it will begin a three year refueling operation and be non-deployable for that length of time. If it's Vinson's turn, they'll head
on back through the Indian Ocean to the West Coast.
The Bush is now conducting carrier qualifications. They'll do COMPUTEX next, and then head over to relieve whatever carrier did not come home last
time. This Summer or Fall the Enterprise will head back to Norfolk, final mission accomplished. Meanwhile the Truman will be deployable and ready to
sail this summer, a great candidate to relieve the Enterprise if it can get ready in time. If not, we've got the Stennis, the Eisenhower, or the
Nimitz, all three of which would be up to the task. The key is who does COMPUTEX first because that is always a prelude to a deployment.
Now, you guys go ahead and work up some sweat on this false flag thing, something you do right on time every six months or so every time carriers get
swapped in the Middle East. But bookmark this thread and come back here in a few months prepared to say,
"Schuyler, you were right," just like you've had to do the last four or five times we've been through this, from the time VirilOrder told me I was
full of it when he claimed the Vinson was on a suicide mission to start a war with North Korea. Didn't happen then; won't happen now.