posted on Oct, 15 2012 @ 12:36 PM
The USS Enterprise, CVN-65, sailed under the "Friendship Bridge" in the northern Suez Canal earlier today, thus ending its deployment to the 5th Fleet
Area of Responsibiliy and headed home on its last voyage. They will likely make a port visit in Italy or Spain before heading through the Straits of
Gibralter. It will be officially decommissioned I believe in March, then broken up at Norfolk, not made into a museum.
And more importantly, it's not a 'false flag' event (and never was). Now we'll see how many people who insisted and argued that the Enterprise would
be sunk in the Gulf ("to save money," some people ludicrously claimed) will come forward and say, "Gee, guess not."
My guess is the most common argument will be that because they "exposed" this nefarious plot it was out in the open and could not be effectively
accomplished. That is the most pervasive response in conspiracy circles when a conspiracy fails to materialize: It would have happened if no one had
The USS Stennis is poking around Southeast Asia this week and will soon be on station to join the Eisenhower and replace the Enterprise, a decades
long ship shuffle that happens as regular as clockwork.
So what's the next false flag that's not going to happen?
edit on 10/15/2012 by schuyler because: (no reason given)