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Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine

 
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Krispy was here this morning.

They aren't posting because the don't have the cues and guidance.


Hello 049,
"yes" I was here this morning,
and "no" I havent had the time to search the web looking for dots to posts like yesterday and before ...
I had to go to the vet with my very sick cat ! The next couple of days will be critical, if se worsens that realy bad.
Then I had to go looking for a real warm winterjack coz Mr Snowman is comming to town in 2 days.
So sorry for the absence !!!

I dont need guidance or cues from aco or the R's to find information or to think on my own.

Like several already said, most of the regular posters are not posting coz they are temporarely BANNED.
 Quoting: Krispy71



Sincerely hope your cat gets better soon.
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Wasn't it IntelHub who said the National Guard was on it's way to the Gulf Coast evacuate the area just after the BP oil spill?


I'm not sure it was IntelHub so please correct me if I'm wrong.

I do remember people posting at several forums from a site that the National Guard was on it's way, en masse ,to the area to evacuate the Gulf Coast.

I think that there were several sites that posted that info, but it wasn't done because uncaring and unfeeling NWO folks decided that letting people die fit into their depopulation plan! And some people actually believe that the government "cares" about them....NOT!

But you see when sensationalist headlines such as NATIONAL GUARD TO EVACUATE THE GULF COAST !!!!! are haphazardly slung around ,such as they were,many American people, especially in that area, say "I don't think so!!"

See how that works?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1147049

All this TSA stuff is really just another distraction to keep people from noticing what's really going on! The economy would have tanked in 2001, but 9/11 came along! The economy is tanking again and they've got to distract people!
God only knows what else they'll use for their "fear tactics"! What I do know is that the people that have been poisoned in the gulf need help from anywhere they can get it! Of course, that would require BP and our government to admit that there's a problem, which we all know they won't do! It's sickening....
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I saw your thread....would you accept a chip???
Thread: Would You Accept An Implanted "Chip" To Avoid Security Checks?

I answered that on the thread . No .

Interesting ...so very few people have responded including Trinity who was bemoaning the TSA debacle.


Very few people answered because a chip is not the answer to the TSA mess....most Americans are not the terrorists!


Yes, I know that a chip isn't the answer but scenarios are presented to frighten folks into just such lunacy .

I agree, but only if people are not paying attention and unfortunately, most aren't! I'm waging my own campaign of trying to wake up family and friends-they don't want to believe that the government is so diabolical! They don't want to see that people are dying in the Gulf. They don't want to see the truth of what is happening!


It's not just "our" government. This in fact was set up by outsiders long ago .

Doesn't matter because our government is an accomplice to this!

All "governments" are accomplice to this and to jump on the "I HATE AMERICA" bandwagon is part and parcel of the plan.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1147049

I don't hate America....I was born and raised here and I love my country, but our government is ineffective whether by design or any other manner! The end result is the same! Until the constitution is dismantled, we all have the right to critique our government and discern it's effectiveness or lack thereof!
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Wasn't it IntelHub who said the National Guard was on it's way to the Gulf Coast evacuate the area just after the BP oil spill?
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Yes...one of many, many that reported the evacuation scenario.

Instead, those making the decision's, TPTWB, realized that America and the world would do exactly what we are doing...ignoring the elephant in the room.....

By controlling MSM, they have done the proverbial "brush it under the carpet". The U.S. and all nations have now been distracted by the multiple events, both natural/man-made in space and weather, volcano's, EQ's, talk of war, economic collapse world wide, etc, etc.... and those are just a few.

I am afraid the Gulf will be lost in this induced state of fear and panic....

God help them...God help all of us!
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Krispy was here this morning.

They aren't posting because the don't have the cues and guidance.


Hello 049,
"yes" I was here this morning,
and "no" I havent had the time to search the web looking for dots to posts like yesterday and before ...
I had to go to the vet with my very sick cat ! The next couple of days will be critical, if se worsens that realy bad.
Then I had to go looking for a real warm winterjack coz Mr Snowman is comming to town in 2 days.
So sorry for the absence !!!

I dont need guidance or cues from aco or the R's to find information or to think on my own.

Like several already said, most of the regular posters are not posting coz they are temporarely BANNED.
 Quoting: Krispy71

Take good care of your kitty Krispy....!
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Sincerely hope your cat gets better soon.
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I hope so too ...
Tnx anyway.

A lot of fish-oil and fish-flesh/remnants/products are processed in dogs- and catfood.
There are certain suppliers that do not include fish-rubbish.
My cat is very allergic to fish ... but sometimes it is processed in the foods without being mentioned in the ingredient-section.

If she keeps vomitting, she will not survive long.


TIP :Beware of the ingredients of your pet-food !
I think a lot of toxidity will be transfered by the foodindustry and foodsupply.
Giving your pets just plein chicken or other meat will not prevent it,
a lot of pigs, cows and chicken are fed with grained fish in their food, becoz it is cheap. Sometimes your chicken will taste like fish coz they have been fed fishsubstance.


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Take good care of your kitty Krispy....!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1028404


Thank you very much.

Last Edited by Krispy71 on 11/23/2010 01:35 PM
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Sincerely hope your cat gets better soon.


I hope so too ...
Tnx anyway.

A lot of fish-oil and fish-flesh/remnants/products are processed in dogs- and catfood.
There are certain suppliers that do not include fish-rubbish.
My cat is very allergic to fish ... but sometimes it is processed in the foods without being mentioned in the ingredient-section.

If she keeps vomitting, she will not survive long.


TIP :Beware of the ingredients of your pet-food !
I think a lot of toxidity will be transfered by the foodindustry and foodsupply.
Giving your pets just plein chicken or other meat will not prevent it,
a lot of pigs, cows and chicken are fed with grained fish in their food, becoz it is cheap. Sometimes your chicken will taste like fish coz they have been fed fishsubstance.
 Quoting: Krispy71



My well wishes for you kitty too Krispy!!

I am owned by 4 cats. I do not feed them food with any fish product or by-product either because of allergies.

Animals, babies, and children are what keep this world sane.
Thank God for them! They will always make you smile and feel hope.
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Tiomio: Here is the vid I posted on another thread but is not getting any serious attention, which is very disheartening.



You can take the horses to water BUT..........
Thanks for posting it!

 Quoting: childoflight


If the people are not willing to help themselves when help is offered to them, then they too become accomplices in their own demise.
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-snip- krispy



My well wishes for you kitty too Krispy!!

I am owned by 4 cats. I do not feed them food with any fish product or by-product either because of allergies.

Animals, babies, and children are what keep this world sane.
Thank God for them! They will always make you smile and feel hope.
 Quoting: fairflight


Thanks FF,

Isnt that strange that cats devellop an allergy to fish ???
I am glad you say that too.

yes my 2 cats make me smile a lot of times, and they always comfort me when I am sad or sick. For 17 years now they have been a part of my family, they are so unique in their caracters, unbelievable !
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Tiomio: Here is the vid I posted on another thread but is not getting any serious attention, which is very disheartening.



You can take the horses to water BUT..........
Thanks for posting it!



If the people are not willing to help themselves when help is offered to them, then they too become accomplices in their own demise.
 Quoting: ohhappydays


I don't think that they(gulf people) understand what's been done to the water and their environment and I think that they believe that if there were any true danger, they would have heard about it on MSM! I think when you give people the truth about a situation, then they are willing to help themselves, but that truth is being effectively hidden, as are so many other truths!
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Animals, babies, and children are what keep this world sane.
Thank God for them! They will always make you smile and feel hope.
 Quoting: fairflight


ohyeah Thank God for them.
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My well wishes for you kitty too Krispy!!

I am owned by 4 cats. I do not feed them food with any fish product or by-product either because of allergies.

Animals, babies, and children are what keep this world sane.
Thank God for them! They will always make you smile and feel hope.


Thanks FF,

Isnt that strange that cats devellop an allergy to fish ???
I am glad you say that too.

yes my 2 cats make me smile a lot of times, and they always comfort me when I am sad or sick. For 17 years now they have been a part of my family, they are so unique in their caracters, unbelievable !
 Quoting: Krispy71

Krispy, have you tried Rice and chicken for your sick cat?
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Krispy was here this morning.

They aren't posting because the don't have the cues and guidance.

I saw your thread....would you accept a chip???
Thread: Would You Accept An Implanted "Chip" To Avoid Security Checks?



Would you?
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No!
Tio
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Tiomio: Here is the vid I posted on another thread but is not getting any serious attention, which is very disheartening.


 Quoting: ohhappydays
Thank you ohhappydays!

Lets hope everyone watches this video and contacts friends and family in the Gulf. Surely there is someone or a group that can help this team.

They should be assisted in trying to clear the waters, and the tesing will either confirm or reject their success. Should this be successful, they need to get out there on a much larger scale. I'm hoping and praying for a successful outcome!!!!

shark
Tio
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Funny how things all tie in. We're talking about pets and their food.

Since all this began, I have now ritually started looking at labels on food products to see where they're from. A part from trying to support my local suppliers, I have really started looking at any products from the ocean's.

In regard to where they're from.

I will wager that there will be a huge volume of cheap seafood making its way in to fertilisers, cattle and chicken fodder, pet foods and other 'filler' uses using GoM sourced aquatic life.

Labelling is such a farce these days, it makes it almost impossible to really know without taking the time to contact the companies themselves and asking.

That statement by one of the GoM fishermen saying the fish tasted like oil, and felt like rubber was chilling at the least.

Unfortunately, its all connected, its all just a matter of time for everyone else planet wide.

...and that doesnt even take in to account Venter's monsters.

Last Edited by BadHairDay on 11/23/2010 04:58 PM
It's all about the 'vibe'
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[link to www.pakalertpress.com]

China, Japan boats standoff in disputed waters: report
Posted on Pakalert on November 23, 2010


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BEIJING: Chinese and Japanese patrol boats were involved in a stand-off near disputed islands, China’s state media has reported, accusing the Japanese side of “unreasonable interference”.

Two Chinese fishery patrol vessels were cruising near the islands in the East China Sea on Saturday when they were approached by up to seven Japanese patrol boats and two reconnaissance aircraft that circled above, the Nanfang Daily newspaper reported.

The Japanese side asked the Chinese boats when they planned to leave, said the report issued Monday.

The Chinese boats responded by saying the disputed waters were “China’s sacred territory” and they vowed to continue carrying out patrols in future.

“It is very clear that Japan had prepared in advance” for the confrontation, it quoted a Chinese fisheries official as saying.

The Chinese boats left the area on Sunday, the Japanese coastguard said in a previous statement, after it repeatedly sent messages warning them not to enter the waters.

Both Tokyo and Beijing claim the potentially resource-rich islets, known as the Diaoyu islands in China and the Senkaku in Japan, along with their surrounding waters.

However, Japan has traditionally had more of a presence in the area.

A tense territorial row broke out in September after Japan arrested a Chinese trawler captain after a collision in the area between his boat and Japanese coastguard ships.

He was eventually freed but the dispute brought ties between the Asian neighbours to their lowest point in years.

The arrest sparked serious protests from China, which cut or dramatically reduced political, cultural and economic exchanges with Japan. The two have since worked to get their relationship back on an even keel.

Japanese media reported Sunday that Tokyo plans to deploy around 100 troops on an island near the disputed islets by 2015 in response to Beijing’s growing assertiveness in the area.

The troops on Yonaguni, which lies around 150 kilometres (100 miles) southwest of the disputed islands, will monitor warships and planes.
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News Video:

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2nd Korean War? South admits firing first shells in row with North Korea

November 23, 2010

South Korea has admitted it fired artillery shells that triggered an early morning clash with North Korea. However it says it was part of a military drill and denied it was directed at the North. Earlier Seoul blamed the North for what it called an unprovoked shelling of its island. Pyongyang claimed the South had violated its maritime border during the military drills. Seoul has since threatened its neighbour with what it called 'enormous retaliation'. Russia's foreign ministy said the clashes were unacceptable and called on both sides to show restraint
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Hi House,
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I did not think of this until your words above ...
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That is interesting, Krispy about the PM's you have been getting and your concurrence with them.

What a compliment.

I do not need them to help me decode or figure things out.
I I am uite able to do that on my own.

However, noone would believe that unless they actually knew me socially and intellectually.

So, some on here may wish to continue with thinking that I am playing a nefarious game of information churning, and I cannot stop that.

There is no information from above or from rrr. It would be nice and save me many hours of intense brain burn that I have been doing on other parts of that message. What I posted was a sideline issue to try to explain what that part was about to give context to the rest of it.

I will monitor the thread and stay out of the way, and keep further analysis to myself and refrain from further posting on the thread. It obviously is not needed here.

If they want something released for public dissemination here, I'm sure they will find a way.


BHD- Thank you for asking. No, my health has been deteriorating due to lack of sleep working on decoding of the last message and going back and decoding several other messages by OP, Acolyte, and Girlfriend.

I have been on a heavy level of research and analysis, which I kicked into higher and higher levels over the last few days.


However, I see it is for naught to try to do it asap. I will back off and take a well needed rest and allow myself to forget.


House I know you are a great mind, and have a fantastic brain. No doubts there.

I am sorry you feel like having to make that descision.
Dont let anyone scare you away, unless you want it also yourself.
Many people are expressing their thoughts here and their own opinions. Some are nice and uplifting, and others sometimes are harder to take.

Maybe you really have not used information of the R's,
okay ... appologies if that thinking was wrong.
My conclusion about the stations stays the same.
But there were other postings of you -and you mentioning the 88 was one of them- that seemed very vague and cryptic, and you never answered the questions about it. That was a pitty.

Please : take good care of yourself, and REST ... nobody gains if you exhaust yourself. I know that from personal experiance too ....
Beserk is important, but YOU and your LIFE are MORE important.
I hope you will join us again, a bit less cryptic and just like your old self. Be well.

xx MzK
 Quoting: Krispy71

K71, Much as I love your inputs you do have a way of turning on people that you've grown close to on this thread. I'm not sure why accusations have to fly. HD, I hope you keep posting your thoughts, for one I don't care if they're originally yours or not. And MzK, please keep all your good info coming.
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Funny how things all tie in. We're talking about pets and their food.

Since all this began, I have now ritually started looking at labels on food products to see where they're from. A part from trying to support my local suppliers, I have really started looking at any products from the ocean's.

In regard to where they're from.

I will wager that there will be a huge volume of cheap seafood making its way in to fertilisers, cattle and chicken fodder, pet foods and other 'filler' uses using GoM sourced aquatic life.

Labelling is such a farce these days, it makes it almost impossible to really know without taking the time to contact the companies themselves and asking.

That statement by one of the GoM fishermen saying the fish tasted like oil, and felt like rubber was chilling at the least.

Unfortunately, its all connected, its all just a matter of time for everyone else planet wide.

...and that doesnt even take in to account Venter's monsters.
 Quoting: BadHairDay



Sooooo true BHD!!!

I suppose it will come to it personally affecting those not living in the Gulf before they wake up...but by then it will be to late.
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Tiomio: Here is the vid I posted on another thread but is not getting any serious attention, which is very disheartening.



You can take the horses to water BUT..........
Thanks for posting it!



If the people are not willing to help themselves when help is offered to them, then they too become accomplices in their own demise.
 Quoting: ohhappydays

I wouldn't be so fast to jump to conclusions. They are offering their help free, that's wonderful. However, from an officials stand point, they are approached by every jack of all trades to seize an opportunity, then also, there is the possibility that the sound vibrations might cause interference with other mechanics. The officer doesn't know of what is being offered nor of any other effects caused without proper trial analysis. It's the check system of "red tape" that causing them all to jump through the hoops (so to speak). It isn't the people refusing the help at all. What is being offered is an experiment without verification. Who can blame the officials for being standoffish until they know what they are dealing with.

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Hi all, yeah, I was banned too.
Krispy I hope your kitty gets well soon.
Housedad, get well, and reconsider please, your responses are always enlightening and welcomed.



Did you guys and gals see this news about the OREO?

Here's two articles, each has their own summary of the mission. Just thought it was interesting one refers to ET's, the other organisms from salt and mud. hmmm

There's two separate experiments, actually. The first is called the Space Environment Survivability of Live Organisms (SESLO) project, which will monitor the responses to radiation and weightless conditions of two types of microbes that usually prefer to hang out in salt ponds and soil: Halorubrum chaoviatoris and Bacillus subtilis. They'll start the journey in a dried-out dormant state, then they'll be re-hydrated once in orbit, while instruments monitor their population density and other qualities for the next several months.

The second experiment is called the Space Environment Viability of Organics (SEVO) project. That experiment includes carefully selected molecules likely to be distributed in reasonable abundance throughout the Milky Way -- including the building blocks of life. The samples will encounter solar UV lights, visible light, and cosmic radiation, and the instruments will measure how well those molecules can withstand such conditions.

[link to news.discovery.com]

NASA Launches Nanosatellite to Study & Monitor ET Life

[link to www.dailygalaxy.com]
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Agree Isis7, so much has already occurred, why add something that long term will make it worse.

How about just stop ALL oil production in the GoM and surrounding areas for a few years and see what transpires?
It's all about the 'vibe'
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Video here:

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Leaking Siberian ice raises a tricky climate issue

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By ARTHUR MAX, Associated Press Arthur Max, Associated Press – Sun Nov 21, 10:35 am ET
CHERSKY, Russia – The Russian scientist shuffles across the frozen lake, scuffing aside ankle-deep snow until he finds a cluster of bubbles trapped under the ice. With a cigarette lighter in one hand and a knife in the other, he lances the ice like a blister. Methane whooshes out and bursts into a thin blue flame.

Gas locked inside Siberia's frozen soil and under its lakes has been seeping out since the end of the last ice age 10,000 years ago. But in the past few decades, as the Earth has warmed, the icy ground has begun thawing more rapidly, accelerating the release of methane — a greenhouse gas 23 times more powerful than carbon dioxide — at a perilous rate.

Some scientists believe the thawing of permafrost could become the epicenter of climate change. They say 1.5 trillion tons of carbon, locked inside icebound earth since the age of mammoths, is a climate time bomb waiting to explode if released into the atmosphere.

"Here, total carbon storage is like all the rain forests of our planet put together," says the scientist, Sergey Zimov — "here" being the endless sweep of snow and ice stretching toward Siberia's gray horizon, as seen from Zimov's research facility nearly 350 kilometers (220 miles) above the Arctic Circle.
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Welcome back from the Banned side Isis!!!!!!!!!! hf
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So FF, maybe I got all huffy over nothing? Methane is an issue? BTW, I found the same article you have quoted, plus a tonne more based on antarctic readings out of Mawson
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Welcome back from the Banned side Isis!!!!!!!!!! hf
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Thanks fairflight, glad to be back!

hf


I happened to catch this shot of our sun earlier. Check it out.

[link to i988.photobucket.com]

Edit to add link. lol

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So FF, maybe I got all huffy over nothing? Methane is an issue? BTW, I found the same article you have quoted, plus a tonne more based on antarctic readings out of Mawson
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I think it was Geographic which mentioned this in an article about the north pole moving years ago. I'll try to find the article. This has been on the watch list for years.
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Re: Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
So FF, maybe I got all huffy over nothing? Methane is an issue? BTW, I found the same article you have quoted, plus a tonne more based on antarctic readings out of Mawson
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Hey BHD,
I believe many things are an "issue"...
feels sorta like a huge whirlpool of disaster
staring the world in the face.

I really hate water....:)

edit to say...glad I wasn't around in Noahs day...I would take fire and brimstone with less freaking out!!

Last Edited by fairflight on 11/23/2010 08:04 PM
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11/23/2010 08:32 PM
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Agree Isis7, so much has already occurred, why add something that long term will make it worse.

How about just stop ALL oil production in the GoM and surrounding areas for a few years and see what transpires?
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Hi BHD

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There is to much greed in DC unfortunately. That would help the recovery if it were possible.
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11/23/2010 09:28 PM
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