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The admiral had the one Navy nuke taken 200 miles off South Carolina and detonated deep in the ocean.
reply to post by R_Clark
We're still seeing claims of the South Carolina nuke? When will that finally die out?
This is the seismograph off South Carolina on the 8th of October. Notice how it's nice and long and drawn out? That's a standard earthquake signature. You have P waves and S waves, which are seen in every earthquake.
This shows the difference between a nuclear explosion, and an earthquake. Notice how the nuclear explosion is a short sharp hit, compared to a long drawn out blast. Here is a comparison between an Indian nuclear test, and an earthquake. They look nothing alike, and can't be confused .
reply to post by Snarl
At the 22:00 mark, the two larger signatures are connected to each other, all the way out to the fourth column. The fourth column is the end of the quake. Everything until there is earthquake.
He revealed in a November 18th Facebook message that among the top brass being purged, actually prevented President Obama from creating a series of ”False Flag” events this fall. One of the incidents was to be nuclear, the other was make a calculated crippling of the infrastructure of our country.
John Bolton is a well known Zionist. As such his rant against a negotiated agreement with Iran is to be expected. If nothing else it’s a measure of how desperate the Zionists are to derail any possibility of a successful conclusion to the talks.
However, what’s really interesting here is his proposal that Iran might try to smuggle a nuclear bomb into the U.S. covertly. This may be more than mere scare-mongering.
His suggestion that Iran might place one on a “trans-steamer and sail it into New York Harbor” echoes that of another arch Zionist almost exactly.
A shameless Zionist stooge, Senator Lindsey Graham warned only a few weeks ago: