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I can just see how a situation like this might go down on the Enterprise...
Originally posted by Cauliflower
The Enterprise was in the news for being involved in the battle of Midway June 4th to 7th and this is the anniversary of the spy ship Liberty attack. Also we have threads on ATS that speculated the Enterprise would be retired in a false flag event.
One is that somewhere false information was leaked in an effort to discover the source of other leaks, and that does seem to be a White House problem at the moment. Another is that this is a false flag gone awry. Maybe if pulled off successfully, it could have diverted attention away from the Fast and Furious Congressional proceedings that are taking place right now. If there are damage control people in high places at work in this, some high profile gov't agencies may be taken out of the loop temporarily. Creative reporting seems to dominate the information highway more than ever before. Public opinion is becoming increasingly less important, but for now anyway, it still matters so, to those with a sinister agenda, secrecy is still needful. It is entirely possible that something happened that will never be reported. Or that nothing happened at all. Oh, the possibilities.
UPDATE 7:30 EST - SUA has been unable to secure further official military responses to date. Until further information is available, we stand by our original sources, however we are going to table the story at this time. We invite any official contributions pro and con. For the sake of our troops in the field and our national security, we hope this was a mis-interpretation of a naval event as reported by individuals in theater.
Originally posted by novemberecho
reply to post by Ph03n1x
they sent the Lincoln afterwards.... but not when you think... that is all I can say.
we're trying to provoke Iran.
make no mistake about that.
Originally posted by Ph03n1x
i just came across this......is this an unusual occurrence?
i still have no credible sources so this is still in th BS pileedit on 8-6-2012 by Ph03n1x because: (no reason given)
UPDATE: i did notice this was dated april i just wanted to know if it is unusual for the Lincoln and enterprise to be in the same region?edit on 8-6-2012 by Ph03n1x because: (no reason given)
UPDATE 11:00 PM EST - Since the news was reported earlier this afternoon, and certainly since our last update, the influx of information has been unprecedented. We cannot possibly vet it all now, but we are working on it. When we can thoroughly vet the input as we did earlier, we will inform you. Please, send us what you have, or tweet your findings, pro and con. Its about our security and that of our warriors in theater. Uncover the truth....our sole goal.
Originally posted by schuyler
reply to post by Murgatroid
Perhaps you posted this because it is so similar to the Enterprise hoax. Once again, the oldest carrier in the fleet was subject to this attack by the Chinese, which never happened. The letter's author is a retired army officer who had a friend who had a "Holy Ghost vision." He also said this at your link:
P.S. The expected destruction of Florida by apocalyptic cyclones has also been prophesied by the same man; and confirmed by several others. Be advised that Hebrew University professors, using the HBC, predicted all 39 Scud missile strikes on Jerusalem in the Gulf War; thus, only one person died [of a heart attack] because he was too stubborn to evacuate his apartment, as IDF-ordered. I also know by prophetic revelation that New World Order operatives shall strike a major US landmark; and deduced logic says the “militia” may be blamed so a UN-cops-run “gun collection” scenario can begin.
He also references a "CVA" and suggests it is the USS Kitty Hawk, which was decommissioned in 2009. That's within the time frame of this now somewhat dated letter, but for the record, the Kitty Hawk was designated a "CV" in 1973. Perhaps that's a minor mistake coming from a retired Army officer, but it seems to me anyone writing generically about our carrier fleet would use the "CVN" designation.
In any case, I don't hold much stock in Holy Ghost visions and trust this is here for entertainment purposes.