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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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For my own clarity, I want to summarize the issues on the table:

1. A hostile act of sabotage on DWH, presumably by a submarine. Possible players (my speculation): North Korea, Iran, Venezuela (remember, OP reported two subsonic aircraft from V were shot down by the French sub).

2. The resulting oil spill led to extensive pumping of Corexit into the spill area, to emulsify the oil - and which also magnetizes it (?). We do not know all the elements present in the Corexit, on top of the known hazards (destruction of red blood cells), which might include nanotechnology or even the introduction of synthetically engineered microbes.

3. The Corexit-oil mixture may be interacting with an alien microbe, released from beneath the earth's crust, which registers as AU 197, a gold isotope, which attached magnetically to the port side of the sub carrying a "cargo" which has been identified as having the same qualities, including coming "alive" as it morphs beyond AU197. The structural characteristics of this "cargo" have been described, including its ability to 'bud.' It seems to become activated when taken beyond a proximity barrier (why? no longer suppressed by the Corexit?). It seems the combined 'witches brew' has unleashed unintended consequences, whether due to a synthetic microbe, alien microbe, or both.

4. The 'cargo' has sickened some of the sailors, and 8 have died, including the chief scientific engineer. Those who've been affected seem to have a higher melanin level/darker skin, which probably indicates hemoglobin vulnerabilities to the Corexit/alien microbe combination. I think the 'bleeding from the ears' had to do with the effect of the depth charges dropped on Em by the unidentified helicopters, as well as the damage to the hatch.

5. Subs from all over swarmed the GOM, trying to get a handle on what is going on there. The Em managed to snag physical evidence. Now we also have a report that the other French sub has video evidence of the sabotage/attack of DWH. Subs are having a hard time in the magnetized sea water environment. They were gathered around a 'rim', which at one point had a cave-in. This suggests that there is a large opening, other than the wellhead, where material is flooding into the Gulf. Lots of indications of seafloor degrading, lifting in multiple areas.

6. For icing on the cake, there is apparently an imminent, if not already actual, war underway beneath the seas, waged by submarines, with recent highly-sophisticated technological advances. It is unclear who is on what side, at this point, although it is assumed the Russians and the US/NATO/Israel are on opposing sides, even though the Russians have been very helpful with 80% containment of the 'cargo.' I'm not sure this is correct, but the spy captures point in this direction.

7. Finally, there is the issue of whether or not to seal the seafloor by nuclear means...and what that might mean regarding all Gulf Coast residents, evacuation, etc. There is a suggestion that the USN could assert control (not clear whether that would happen to prevent the N option or to ensure it). No one knows what the unintended consequences of such an attempt might be, but it may be the only way to re-seal the alien microbe back into the depths beneath the earth's crust - let alone re-stabilize the sea floor.

Whew. No wonder we're all worn out. So many interlocking dilemmas. Maybe it's time for more noise.
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I am staying on it.

Besides, this is like a little neighborhood on the internet!
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Lets have a BBQ party :D !!!

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I bet the people that did this are part of the USofA shadow government in unmarked vessels working for the folks down in the underground military cities/bases.
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Did anybody ask the OP if his girlfriend has the initials L.B.F.? This may have been a somewhat higher origin than suspected.
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Could you please elaborate on L.B.F. as GF's initials??
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Nanotechnology professor Franco Cerrina found dead in his lab 7/13/10

Franco Cerrina, 62, chair of the College of Engineering's electrical and computer engineering department, was found dead Monday morning in a laboratory on the fifth floor of the Photonics Center. A staff member discovered Cerrina's body lying on the floor of the lab at about 9:30 a.m. A faculty member called the Boston University Police Department, which contacted Boston Police

Through the Center for NanoTechnology, he was developing new patterning techniques for device fabrication by merging standard lithography and molecular-level, scale-up methods. Also affiliated with the UW-Madison Center for Biotechnology, Cerrina worked closely with the semiconductor industry and federal government on developing fabrication methods that will yield advanced processors and memory chips.

[link to www.nanowerk.com]

I remember earlier in this thread when nano research was going on and most of the reference websites we found referred to lithography.

Mysterious death at a relatively young age while researching nanotechnology for the federal government. Move along, nothing to see here.
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Doesn't anyone else feel it odd that all day yesterday, we were seeing live feeds of the cap on msnbc, cnn, etc., up until the time the halt was called, which was just after OP posted...

First time I recall seeing those feeds everywhere, and had a feeling of dread, just like 9/11, watching the coverage after the 1st plane had hit, just before the 2nd plane hit....

Now very little is being said on the news about the cap, tests, etc, today.

I think something major was averted yesterday. Doubt we will ever hear about it from the MSM, unless other nations release it.

Hope the OP comes back and keeps us in the loop.
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Doesn't anyone else feel it odd that all day yesterday, we were seeing live feeds of the cap on msnbc, cnn, etc., up until the time the halt was called, which was just after OP posted...

First time I recall seeing those feeds everywhere, and had a feeling of dread, just like 9/11, watching the coverage after the 1st plane had hit, just before the 2nd plane hit....

Now very little is being said on the news about the cap, tests, etc, today.

I think something major was averted yesterday. Doubt we will ever hear about it from the MSM, unless other nations release it.

Hope the OP comes back and keeps us in the loop.
 Quoting: dsoul

good point

the halt commenced right after the op FUCK comment

only problem being we dont if the DWH culprit has been terminated, which would mean an escalation of hostilities
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hello AC,
I dont want to be rude ...
but I would like to fill in some gaps in your good work.


For my own clarity, I want to summarize the issues on the table:

1. A hostile act of sabotage on DWH, presumably by a submarine. Possible players (my speculation): North Korea, Iran, Venezuela (remember, OP reported two subsonic aircraft from V were shot down by the French sub).

In my opinion even the USA could be the one who sabotaged the rig. There is absolutely no clarity about who is the culprit here.

2. The resulting oil spill led to extensive pumping of Corexit into the spill area, to emulsify the oil - and which also magnetizes it (?). We do not know all the elements present in the Corexit, on top of the known hazards (destruction of red blood cells), which might include nanotechnology or even the introduction of synthetically engineered microbes.

I thought it was clear and known/admitted that microbes and nanotech is used for clean-up ... Bio-remediation.
Do not forget the presumed presence of algae for algae-oil-farming.


3. The Corexit-oil mixture may be interacting with an alien microbe, released from beneath the earth's crust, which registers as AU 197, a gold isotope, which attached magnetically to the port side of the sub carrying a "cargo" which has been identified as having the same qualities, including coming "alive" as it morphs beyond AU197. The structural characteristics of this "cargo" have been described, including its ability to 'bud.' It seems to become activated when taken beyond a proximity barrier (why? no longer suppressed by the Corexit?). It seems the combined 'witches brew' has unleashed unintended consequences, whether due to a synthetic microbe, alien microbe, or both.

Yes , 80% of the cargo was identified as AU179 and 20% is still unknown (to us) but is unstable and morphing.
The magnetical goo outside the hull was also described as intelligent and crystaline in structure. Many factors have many implications on a lot of compounds and lifeforms.


4. The 'cargo' has sickened some of the sailors, and 8 have died, including the chief scientific engineer. Those who've been affected seem to have a higher melanin level/darker skin, which probably indicates hemoglobin vulnerabilities to the Corexit/alien microbe combination. I think the 'bleeding from the ears' had to do with the effect of the depth charges dropped on Em by the unidentified helicopters, as well as the damage to the hatch.

If the dead sailors and chief engineer were "killed" by the 'cargo' or due to other factors is not clear. The cargo seems to be "attracted" to people with melatonin or melanin. There was no confirmation wheter the sick sailors are all dark skinned ... It is confirmed by a doctor and by articles from posters that the bleeding from ears and rectus is a symptom which is not only due to sudden depth changes, but is certain with exposure to corexit.

5. Subs from all over swarmed the GOM, trying to get a handle on what is going on there. The Em managed to snag physical evidence. Now we also have a report that the other French sub has video evidence of the sabotage/attack of DWH. Subs are having a hard time in the magnetized sea water environment. They were gathered around a 'rim', which at one point had a cave-in. This suggests that there is a large opening, other than the wellhead, where material is flooding into the Gulf. Lots of indications of seafloor degrading, lifting in multiple areas.

yup :)
Also the forming of some kind of unidentified "tubes" on the seafloor occured, and plumes of some substance were surfacing. Bouys could not survive in this substance and were destroyed immediately. Acts like acid.


6. For icing on the cake, there is apparently an imminent, if not already actual, war underway beneath the seas, waged by submarines, with recent highly-sophisticated technological advances. It is unclear who is on what side, at this point, although it is assumed the Russians and the US/NATO/Israel are on opposing sides, even though the Russians have been very helpful with 80% containment of the 'cargo.' I'm not sure this is correct, but the spy captures point in this direction.

I think the Russians are with the French and the rest of the Troop.

7. Finally, there is the issue of whether or not to seal the seafloor by nuclear means...and what that might mean regarding all Gulf Coast residents, evacuation, etc. There is a suggestion that the USN could assert control (not clear whether that would happen to prevent the N option or to ensure it). No one knows what the unintended consequences of such an attempt might be, but it may be the only way to re-seal the alien microbe back into the depths beneath the earth's crust - let alone re-stabilize the sea floor.

I think that this premodial lifeform can not be sealed-in again. It has come out and "developed" in an unknown way, probably transmutated with other lifeforms and substances.
Restabelise the seafloor is not possible coz this has also to do with faultlines and continental plates moving ... do not forget the "natural" rising of the seafloor, what causes that is also still unclear.


Whew. No wonder we're all worn out. So many interlocking dilemmas. Maybe it's time for more noise.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1022186



If other posters have additional things to fill up gaps ...
just add or fill up.
It is nice to have a shorty of this event, tnx AC.

hf

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Krispy is doing a heck of a job keeping this thread together!

GJ K!

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lol I coughed while I clicked post, double post! Oopsie.
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The OP did say that his next two posts would probably be his last. And I think the F post was one and the other was about the Horizon culprit being on the scene again. scratching


Here are the OP's last three posts, starting with the "F"

FUCK!!

7/13/2010 5:00 PM
this is now very complicated. i dont know how to post this. please give me a few minutes,i need to confirm that this is not a drill, i think my next two post's will be the last two post's on this thread if i can confirm this.


7/13/2010 5:32 PM
.....
The way I understood OP's 5:32 post is that there is "clear video footage" of what has just taken place in the GOM, plus they have evidence of who sabotaged DWH back in April.

"Clear video footage" has the potential for giving us something to work with to learn about and back out of whatever it is that's going on.

Yes, that would be nice. I wouldn't count on seeing that video on Youtube anytime soon... then again
 Quoting: RenegadeSon


Where is wikileaks when we need them? btw, how is that guy doing?

When OP referred to "read signatures" and prior "14 hrs" there was a signature which caused me to think about the wikileaks guy.

We accept that there are parties on the thread talking in in their own language/slang and colloquial terms and we accept that some chat may be for third parties.
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lol I coughed while I clicked post, double post! Oopsie.
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Whaahahahaha ... lol...
I have a very good immagination .. saw you do it haahahahaha

lol lolsign
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Also, the "HALT" with BP came around the same time that the perpetrator came back around. Connected?
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Also, the "HALT" with BP came around the same time that the perpetrator came back around. Connected?
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I think so too ...
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Krispy, thanks for your clarifications and additions. Re the microbes, just read this:

Surge Seen in Number of Spill-Eating Microbes

WASHINGTON _ The number of naturally occurring microbes that eat methane grew surprisingly fast inside a plume spreading from BP's ruptured oil well, an oceanographer who was one of the first to detect the plumes said Tuesday.

Samantha Joye, a marine sciences professor at the University of Georgia at Athens, said it's good news that the microbes are eating the methane. However, the microbes also use oxygen in the water, and Joye said the repercussions of the resulting oxygen depletion aren't yet known.

Joye said she hadn't completed her analysis yet but that the data so far show the microbes are much more abundant in the plume than they are in the water layers above and below it.

In lab experiments, the number of microbes nearly doubled in a 24-hour period.

"That's really, really surprising," Joye said. "Clearly the microbial community is responding rapidly and rigorously to the input of oil and gas."

>cuts<

The natural gas component of BP's blowout is mainly methane. Joye said the microbes her team collected in water samples appear to be methane-eating bacteria. They took the samples from a deep-water plume of dispersed oil and gas about two miles from the wellhead.

More experiments will also be needed to determine whether other microbes are also responding in similar ways. The presence of oil stimulates the growth of oil-eating microbes as well, Joye said. Scientists also want to know how long the microbe populations can grow before they run out of nutrients.

They're also looking to see if the microbes will draw down oxygen to levels that would make the waters unsuitable for life. The Gulf of Mexico already has dead zones created by nutrients from fertilizer carried from the Midwest by the Mississippi River.

Scientists working for the NOAA who were tracking the spread of dispersants in the water found that oxygen wasn't depleted close to the wellhead, but that's because the "plume is very young" there and the microbes there hadn't had time to use up the oxygen yet, Joye said.

She said her team detected oxygen depletion in the deepwater plume about five to six miles from the wellhead.

Joye said she also was curious about the chemical dispersant BP has used to break up the oil and prevent slicks from reaching shore.

The dispersants are a complex mix of chemical compounds. Some of them can break down into other compounds that may be more or less toxic than the original ones, Joye said.

"We really have to worry about that as much as we worry about the oil and gas, because that's another feature of the spill that's going to take some unknown amount of time to be removed from the system."

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Krispy, thanks for your clarifications and additions. Re the microbes, just read this:

Surge Seen in Number of Spill-Eating Microbes

WASHINGTON _ The number of naturally occurring microbes that eat methane grew surprisingly fast inside a plume spreading from BP's ruptured oil well, an oceanographer who was one of the first to detect the plumes said Tuesday.

Samantha Joye, a marine sciences professor at the University of Georgia at Athens, said it's good news that the microbes are eating the methane. However, the microbes also use oxygen in the water, and Joye said the repercussions of the resulting oxygen depletion aren't yet known.

Joye said she hadn't completed her analysis yet but that the data so far show the microbes are much more abundant in the plume than they are in the water layers above and below it.

In lab experiments, the number of microbes nearly doubled in a 24-hour period.

"That's really, really surprising," Joye said. "Clearly the microbial community is responding rapidly and rigorously to the input of oil and gas."

>cuts<

The natural gas component of BP's blowout is mainly methane. Joye said the microbes her team collected in water samples appear to be methane-eating bacteria. They took the samples from a deep-water plume of dispersed oil and gas about two miles from the wellhead.

More experiments will also be needed to determine whether other microbes are also responding in similar ways. The presence of oil stimulates the growth of oil-eating microbes as well, Joye said. Scientists also want to know how long the microbe populations can grow before they run out of nutrients.

They're also looking to see if the microbes will draw down oxygen to levels that would make the waters unsuitable for life. The Gulf of Mexico already has dead zones created by nutrients from fertilizer carried from the Midwest by the Mississippi River.

Scientists working for the NOAA who were tracking the spread of dispersants in the water found that oxygen wasn't depleted close to the wellhead, but that's because the "plume is very young" there and the microbes there hadn't had time to use up the oxygen yet, Joye said.

She said her team detected oxygen depletion in the deepwater plume about five to six miles from the wellhead.

Joye said she also was curious about the chemical dispersant BP has used to break up the oil and prevent slicks from reaching shore.

The dispersants are a complex mix of chemical compounds. Some of them can break down into other compounds that may be more or less toxic than the original ones, Joye said.

"We really have to worry about that as much as we worry about the oil and gas, because that's another feature of the spill that's going to take some unknown amount of time to be removed from the system."

___

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IMO the expancial growth of the microbes is due to the activators they are using to let algae (oil-producing) grow much faster and quicker. It was mentioned somewhere that the nanotechnology used (a part of it) could also activate growth , I think that are those equipted with RNA/DNA skills technology. They boost the algae but also the bacteria populations.

Its a circle, animals and life is dying due to poisioning and suffication of oil and oxigen ... dead animals are food for the algae. So dead-zones are benificial for algae-oil-farming. Coz of the constant supply of new seawater and animals (big and small) there will no soon be a shortage of "food" ... the algae and bacteria will be transported to other parts of the ocean and will eighter regulate them selves or will be regulated by nature coz there quantity is not dense enough.

I know it is not yet admidded that algae-farming is done right now in the Gulf, but we found more then enough evidence that points that way ...
(please correct me if I am wrong) ;)
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But why would they want to eliminate the people? Just to prevent interference with their project?

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Scenario from another thread that makes sense.
ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico
Thread: ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico

I'll just spell it out as best as I can.

I - Each relief well is now at the proper distance for nuclear devices to be effective at sealing the blown out well.

II - The ground has been mapped for calculating bomb size needed

III - A cap has been placed that can be shut just as the bombs are detonated to prevent radioactive leaks.

IV - The Methane Distraction Psy-Ops is complete. Their fall back story is ready.

V - Military hardware and ships are relocated by Cuba

VI - National Guard and Other US Forces are now deployed at a safe distance from the coast. Supplies are complete including food.

VII - People asked, "Why?" this new cap is used now and not months earlier? Now the cap makes sense!



It becomes clear now...

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But why would they want to eliminate the people? Just to prevent interference with their project?

<Krispy:Blijf het doen van goede work.It wordt gewaardeerd.
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 Quoting: Hans The Magnificent


Uncontrolled variables might be taking things far from the plan? Changes/ruptures in the sea floor, alien microbes released from depths, sabotage by unknown enemy?

There is no feasible way to evacuate/protect the millions of people living in Gulf coast states from potential unintended consequences. That's assuming that there is no intention for genocide behind the scenes - and I think we have to assume that no one had that in mind, regardless of the George Guidestones.

They may have had to accept the notion of collateral damage in order to prevent a potential earth extinction event.
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Scenario from another thread that makes sense.
ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico
Thread: ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico

I'll just spell it out as best as I can.

I - Each relief well is now at the proper distance for nuclear devices to be effective at sealing the blown out well.

II - The ground has been mapped for calculating bomb size needed

III - A cap has been placed that can be shut just as the bombs are detonated to prevent radioactive leaks.

IV - The Methane Distraction Psy-Ops is complete. Their fall back story is ready.

V - Military hardware and ships are relocated by Cuba

VI - National Guard and Other US Forces are now deployed at a safe distance from the coast. Supplies are complete including food.

VII - People asked, "Why?" this new cap is used now and not months earlier? Now the cap makes sense!



It becomes clear now...
 Quoting: RenegadeSon

I just read that thread and it made way too much sense to me.

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Scenario from another thread that makes sense.
ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico
Thread: ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico

I'll just spell it out as best as I can.

I - Each relief well is now at the proper distance for nuclear devices to be effective at sealing the blown out well.

II - The ground has been mapped for calculating bomb size needed

III - A cap has been placed that can be shut just as the bombs are detonated to prevent radioactive leaks.

IV - The Methane Distraction Psy-Ops is complete. Their fall back story is ready.

V - Military hardware and ships are relocated by Cuba

VI - National Guard and Other US Forces are now deployed at a safe distance from the coast. Supplies are complete including food.

VII - People asked, "Why?" this new cap is used now and not months earlier? Now the cap makes sense!



It becomes clear now...

I just read that thread and it made way too much sense to me.

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I know.. the only question left is..what is the real agenda??
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It becomes clear now...

I just read that thread and it made way too much sense to me.

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I know.. the only question left is..what is the real agenda??
 Quoting: RenegadeSon

That's the million dollar question. Are you close to the Gulf area Renegade? I'm in Texas about 60 miles or so inland and am beginning to get some very uneasy feelings about all this. Initially I didn't fear too much because most of the effects seemed to be more towards the NE Gulf area, but now with the possibility of nukes in the equation, I'm beginning to get the jitters.
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Scenario from another thread that makes sense.
ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico
Thread: ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico

I'll just spell it out as best as I can.

I - Each relief well is now at the proper distance for nuclear devices to be effective at sealing the blown out well.

II - The ground has been mapped for calculating bomb size needed

III - A cap has been placed that can be shut just as the bombs are detonated to prevent radioactive leaks.

IV - The Methane Distraction Psy-Ops is complete. Their fall back story is ready.

V - Military hardware and ships are relocated by Cuba

VI - National Guard and Other US Forces are now deployed at a safe distance from the coast. Supplies are complete including food.

VII - People asked, "Why?" this new cap is used now and not months earlier? Now the cap makes sense!



It becomes clear now...

I just read that thread and it made way too much sense to me.

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I know.. the only question left is..what is the real agenda??
 Quoting: RenegadeSon



De-populate, selective genocide

or,

It's the northern aggression a hundred and some odd years later finally gettin even with the south. ;)

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It becomes clear now...

I just read that thread and it made way too much sense to me.

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I know.. the only question left is..what is the real agenda??

That's the million dollar question. Are you close to the Gulf area Renegade? I'm in Texas about 60 miles or so inland and am beginning to get some very uneasy feelings about all this. Initially I didn't fear too much because most of the effects seemed to be more towards the NE Gulf area, but now with the possibility of nukes in the equation, I'm beginning to get the jitters.
 Quoting: Tex Tamale



I'm right on the coast in SW Florida. Know what you mean.

At Sea Level, no where to go. We just gotta stay and take whatever comes our way. It is what it is.
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It becomes clear now...

I just read that thread and it made way too much sense to me.

hiding

I know.. the only question left is..what is the real agenda??

That's the million dollar question. Are you close to the Gulf area Renegade? I'm in Texas about 60 miles or so inland and am beginning to get some very uneasy feelings about all this. Initially I didn't fear too much because most of the effects seemed to be more towards the NE Gulf area, but now with the possibility of nukes in the equation, I'm beginning to get the jitters.
 Quoting: Tex Tamale

I lived there for a number of years, P-cola, Navarre Bch, Ft Walton Bch. Left seven years ago to relocate to the mountains of NC
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But why would they want to eliminate the people? Just to prevent interference with their project?

<Krispy:Blijf het doen van goede work.It wordt gewaardeerd.
Dank u voor uw lach niet om mijn Nederlands, ik ben Duits (uit Mannheim)> :D
Have a nice day
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hey Hans (or should I say : Der Hanzel ;) ... )

I could have know coz of you saying "BITTE" hahaha ...
You are cute !!!

Tnx and the same for you : have a nice evening hf

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Scenario from another thread that makes sense.
ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico
Thread: ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico

I'll just spell it out as best as I can.

-snip-
 Quoting: RenegadeSon


Great post renegade !!!!!

And I do believe in de-popu-lation plans ...
but this is a multi-layered plan with more then 1 goal to achieve. Goals within goals ...
Evil plans.

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Bitte Schon
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Scenario from another thread that makes sense.
ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico
Thread: ATTENTION - The Nuclear Option is Ready - Possible Imminent Nuclear Detonation in the Gulf of Mexico

I'll just spell it out as best as I can.

-snip-


Great post renegade !!!!!
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