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So what's the next false flag that's not going to happen?
Originally posted by BadgerBaiter
Battleship would make a superior sacrificial lamb, imo.
On 29 January, the Oliver Hazard Perry-class frigate Curts led Missouri northward, using advanced mine-avoidance sonar. In her first naval fire support action of Desert Storm she shelled an Iraqi command and control bunker near the Saudi border, the first time her 16 in (410 mm) guns had been fired in combat since March 1953 off Korea. The battleship bombarded Iraqi beach defenses in occupied Kuwait on the night of 3 February, firing 112 16 in (410 mm) rounds over the next three days until relieved by Wisconsin. Missouri then fired another 60 rounds off Khafji on 11–12 February before steaming north to Faylaka Island
Originally posted by schuyler
Hey all you false flag fans! The USS Enterprise, CVN-65, is back home in Norfolk after an uneventful final tour to the Middle East. It's deactivation ceremony will be December 1st. It's not at the bottom of the Gulf. It wasn't used to "start a war with Iran." It wasn't attacked by anything. It sailed through the Strait of Hormuz and back again without incident. Now it's in home port for the last time. It's nuclear reactors will be removed and then it will be towed to Bremerton's Inactive Ships Facility where it will eventually be scrapped out. No museum for this baby.
So....where are the False Flag guys now? Hundreds of posts a few months ago advocated the Enterprise as False Flag meme, insisted upon it.
Guys? Guys? Where are you?