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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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Thread: *** Undersea microphones listen for whales threatened by Gulf oil spill


Recently deployed electronic ears are eavesdropping on whales in the Gulf of Mexico, giving scientists insights into what areas they frequent, population numbers and how they are faring in the oil-ravaged waters.

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[link to www.csmonitor.com]



Please take note of this. It's not just for whales




From the article, it is easy to surmise that they are taking readings checking for migration of an alien species of microbiotic organism. The microphones automatically pop up to the surface after about three months.
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I dont know how you read, but that is not what I read ...lol...
What is in the text is that this technology is used to listen to the very low frequency communication of whales.

What is not in the text is :
I kind of agree that it could be that similar tech is used to listen to OTHER very low frequency submissions from SUBS or frequencies from other origen ... I remember OP talking about INFRA READ wich is explained in dictionaries as sounds below hearing level, very low frequency ... There was a link made by OP (or the information on the DED itself) that this INFRA was related to the seemingly intelligent moving and acting crystaline substance in the GOM and the flocking material adhesive to the subs-hull.
In that light, it could be possible that some organisations/agencies want to TRACK the whereabouts and designations of this crystaline substance.
Crystals are very good conductors for electrical pulses (think about crystals in old radio's and other uses).
It could be so that the crystals are not the "lifeform" itself, but that the crystals are amplifiers of a lifeform smaller then the crystals, they are only using it in a very intelligent way .... Anyway; these lifeform-formations could resonate (on) a very low frequency which is detectable when you know how to finetune on it.
IMO the bigger this flock of lifeform gets, the more strong the resonation will be. Tracking will be no problem any more.
With the combined monitoring of the whales they (the researchgroup) can determine if whales -which are very sensitive to magnetisme and electrical zones and all kinds of frequencies- will avoid these "flocks" or are not affected at all by their presense ....

That is a bit of my thinking about it (after a night sleep hahah)

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I would like to know the frequency (range) of these POP-UPS,
the frequency of whales,
of subs ...

If we know more about that we can determine more about this equipment possibly could be used for things I mentioned above.
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He is continually hinting that the big picture behind all this is - some kind of intentional terraforming going on - but not by 'us'.



interesting

when first alerted to the magnitude of this 'spill',
lack of action, then aggressive access restrictions
that was exactly what came to mind

well off in left sci-fi field, but are symbiotic organisms
a potential consideration for some of the insanity
we are seeing within our ranks?
enabling the terraforming to the detriment & potential death
of vast numbers, for one
sudden changes in attitude, commitment or rationality
once higher position is achieved or sought

yes, a crazy thought, but is it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1048149


NOPE.
I can not go along with the ideah that this symbiotis lifeform is agressive in nature and causing insanity. NO WAY !
The lack of action is more due to agenda's and other mind-control actions of the-powers-we-know-use-such-tech.
Lack of commitment is also due to the misleading media around this event, and dont forget that who wants to climb higher > he has to climb into some ASSes and kiss them if asked or kiss the feed of some assholes ... ;) In other words : shut your mouth if you wanna become important.

The many deaths are the result of the TOXINS used out of sight and without our knowledge. A premodial lifeform has nothing to do with that. IF that premodial symbiotic lifeform would have been agressive or deathly, then no one would still be alive on all vessels in the GOM ...

Try to stay reasonable ...

I dont say that there might not be alien species on earth (long before the release of this organism) who might want to change things, but that is not the point that is on discussion on this thread.

The only kind of "terraforming" which is relevant is probably the algae-farming experiments that are likely going on in the GOM right now.
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A few posts earlier I see that someone pulled up OP's message:

"Good day, 2us captain reported overnight that Crescent Moon was doing Z formations around inner rim.
Mistral instructed 2us to shadow CM during the Z maneuvering. PP is also not on DED anymore. ...."

My suggestion is that "Crescent Moon" could be a type of submersible radiation equipment, being used in an attempt to kill off the microbes by microwave. I don't think this will work because the microbes have electrical properties.


The story is too long to explain my thinking, but I strongly believe that chlorine will kill them. I've mentioned this earlier and do so again, so that if we do get to the point to where the general public is dealing with this supergrowth, you might remember to try cholorine.

As support for this theory, remember that the poster with a salt-water swimming pool in Florida said that a lot of extra cholorine was being used to kill off the excessive growth of algae in the swimming pools this summer.
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Why do you want to put this "lifeform" in a bad daylight ?????
(maybe I misinterpreted you)

OP posted that Crescent Moon was a "serious issue" being in the GOM. That would put the Crescent Moon not on the side of the french subs who are ordered to shadow it.
The agenda of CM is not known in any way and could be a "protection" role of something is going on down there ; they do not want other-eyes watching the scene. But the Z-manouvring could also coz they are "mapping" the area.

Imo there is a difference between the morphing AU197 organism and the excessive growth of algae in pools.
Maybe algae could be killed with clorine, but this lifeform is not purely algae. And I diont think it should be "killed". If it is making people sick and die, then it is coz we dont know how to handle it and protect ourselves against unwilling radiation. Keep also in mind that it could became this way due to interaction with special instructed nano-bots ... once their influence is turned off this organism could be harmless even in close proximity. And even now it did not kill every crewmember ... for all we know they could have become ill and died due to the toxin gasses when the hatch was opened.

We must keep a clear view an WHAT is WGAT and what DOES WHAT. We must not mix different things and make it one and the same!

The things that this organisme might be able to do, could be described as revolutionary (in our way of perception and knowledge of the science they fed us since we were born).

This organisme is in my humble feeling and oppinion not THE THREAT at all,
what is a threat are the methane-bubbles, are the nuclear devices, are the toxins used in this oil spill, are the crooks who ensceneered this ... and are the things they are going to splash uppon us regarding this event such like new vaccinations and rules, ... and like reopening fishing-grounds to refill the stores with corexit-fish !

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Krispy I don't understand how you can ignore the speculation that we are being fed a fairy story here. There is so much evidence of a set up by someone making post's under different aliases.

You seem to do everything but question the validity of any of this story as if you are so happy to keep all it going.

If you are just enjoying the fantasy game then fine but if you truly believe this fable & are not complicit in its creation, then I feel bad for you as you are too easily led & give up too much time to chase fairy tale facts.

Sorry to be so blunt but you seem so nice, if you are not in on this game, I would hate to see you feel over burdened by this for some stupid assholes kicks on the net.
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Thread: *** Undersea microphones listen for whales threatened by Gulf oil spill

Recently deployed electronic ears are eavesdropping on
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Please take note of this. It's not just for whales


@Krispy
Acolyte has these 'dots' on two of his different threads today. Morse would make it 'EES'

Renegade, what was that other thread and posting with the dots? Maybe they have to be joint/connected ;)
 Quoting: Krispy71


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check this out - Oil spill glows under UV light

Don't human bodily fluids show up under UV also? (Or have I been watching too much NCIS) More hints at abiotic origins for oil even?

or, maybe oil is really the blood of the earth after all?

if so, I wonder whether we are the only lifeforms who use this Earth-blood for energy and sustenance?

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OP posted that Crescent Moon was a "serious issue" being in the GOM. That would put the Crescent Moon not on the side of the french subs who are ordered to shadow it.
The agenda of CM is not known in any way and could be a "protection" role of something is going on down there ; they do not want other-eyes watching the scene. But the Z-manouvring could also coz they are "mapping" the area.

 Quoting: Krispy71

Just a thought, the term "Crescent Moon" might be to simply mean that Islam has now brought a vessel onto the scene. And their Z path might also be a search for something.
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Good day, my girlfriend says her supervisor told her that he thinks the US staff opened the diplomatic briefcases to soon. All the embassies know they not allowed to open it before the 13th of october. Embassies are all on alert now.
[link to news.sky.com]
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Good day, my girlfriend says her supervisor told her that he thinks the US staff opened the diplomatic briefcases to soon. All the embassies know they not allowed to open it before the 13th of october. Embassies are all on alert now.
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Welcome back OP..
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Thread: *** Undersea microphones listen for whales threatened by Gulf oil spill


Recently deployed electronic ears are eavesdropping on whales in the Gulf of Mexico, giving scientists insights into what areas they frequent, population numbers and how they are faring in the oil-ravaged waters.

.
.
...

[link to www.csmonitor.com]



Please take note of this. It's not just for whales




From the article, it is easy to surmise that they are taking readings checking for migration of an alien species of microbiotic organism. The microphones automatically pop up to the surface after about three months.


I dont know how you read, but that is not what I read ...lol...
What is in the text is that this technology is used to listen to the very low frequency communication of whales.

What is not in the text is :
I kind of agree that it could be that similar tech is used to listen to OTHER very low frequency submissions from SUBS or frequencies from other origen ... I remember OP talking about INFRA READ wich is explained in dictionaries as sounds below hearing level, very low frequency ... There was a link made by OP (or the information on the DED itself) that this INFRA was related to the seemingly intelligent moving and acting crystaline substance in the GOM and the flocking material adhesive to the subs-hull.
In that light, it could be possible that some organisations/agencies want to TRACK the whereabouts and designations of this crystaline substance.
Crystals are very good conductors for electrical pulses (think about crystals in old radio's and other uses).
It could be so that the crystals are not the "lifeform" itself, but that the crystals are amplifiers of a lifeform smaller then the crystals, they are only using it in a very intelligent way .... Anyway; these lifeform-formations could resonate (on) a very low frequency which is detectable when you know how to finetune on it.
IMO the bigger this flock of lifeform gets, the more strong the resonation will be. Tracking will be no problem any more.
With the combined monitoring of the whales they (the researchgroup) can determine if whales -which are very sensitive to magnetisme and electrical zones and all kinds of frequencies- will avoid these "flocks" or are not affected at all by their presense ....

That is a bit of my thinking about it (after a night sleep hahah)
 Quoting: Krispy71



Krispy, you are into double-speak. Even though you claim that is not what you read that "taking readings checking for migration of an alien species of microbiotic organism" your writing indicates it is exactly that.

These microbic lifeforms appear to be electromagnetic, and research scientists would be watching for the leading edge on their migration from the Gulf.
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Good day, my girlfriend says her supervisor told her that he thinks the US staff opened the diplomatic briefcases to soon. All the embassies know they not allowed to open it before the 13th of october. Embassies are all on alert now.
[link to news.sky.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1011531


Tnx for the link OP !!!

But yesterday you said the briefCASES were TAMPERproof ...and with a timelock ...
so how could the US-department of the ambassy open it (in the article a LETTER and not a briefcase) before the date ??? With that risking not only their own health and security, but also that of the hundrets of people in that same area!

Something is fishy about this comming out ...
I DONT TRUST IT !!!
My advise to the other embassy's > DO NOT OPEN NO MATTER WHAT !!! ... until the 13th ...

Maybe this is a set up ! and was that 1 letter/post unharmfull ... but are the others not.
The US is not harmed but has nothing to loose in this, the other embassies might be involved in the actions with the cargo and subs are a target to eliminate ... When TOTAL EVACUATION coz of illness or toxin is ordered, then it is easy to rip away all the computers and information (DED) on this matter ... and I can guess who it will be that will "clean-up" the evidence and building ... you-es-of-ay troops ...

I DONT TRUST THIS AT ALL !

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Thread: *** Undersea microphones listen for whales threatened by Gulf oil spill


Recently deployed electronic ears are eavesdropping on whales in the Gulf of Mexico, giving scientists insights into what areas they frequent, population numbers and how they are faring in the oil-ravaged waters.

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...

[link to www.csmonitor.com]



Please take note of this. It's not just for whales

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From the article, it is easy to surmise that they are taking readings checking for migration of an alien species of microbiotic organism. The microphones automatically pop up to the surface after about three months.
Quote: AC

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I dont know how you read, but that is not what I read ...lol...
What is in the text is that this technology is used to listen to the very low frequency communication of whales.

What is not in the text is :
I kind of agree that it could be that similar tech is used to listen to OTHER very low frequency submissions from SUBS or frequencies from other origen ... I remember OP talking about INFRA READ wich is explained in dictionaries as sounds below hearing level, very low frequency ... There was a link made by OP (or the information on the DED itself) that this INFRA was related to the seemingly intelligent moving and acting crystaline substance in the GOM and the flocking material adhesive to the subs-hull.
In that light, it could be possible that some organisations/agencies want to TRACK the whereabouts and designations of this crystaline substance.
Crystals are very good conductors for electrical pulses (think about crystals in old radio's and other uses).
It could be so that the crystals are not the "lifeform" itself, but that the crystals are amplifiers of a lifeform smaller then the crystals, they are only using it in a very intelligent way .... Anyway; these lifeform-formations could resonate (on) a very low frequency which is detectable when you know how to finetune on it.
IMO the bigger this flock of lifeform gets, the more strong the resonation will be. Tracking will be no problem any more.
With the combined monitoring of the whales they (the researchgroup) can determine if whales -which are very sensitive to magnetisme and electrical zones and all kinds of frequencies- will avoid these "flocks" or are not affected at all by their presense ....

That is a bit of my thinking about it (after a night sleep hahah)
Quote: krispy

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Krispy, you are into double-speak. Even though you claim that is not what you read that "taking readings checking for migration of an alien species of microbiotic organism" your writing indicates it is exactly that.

These microbic lifeforms appear to be electromagnetic, and research scientists would be watching for the leading edge on their migration from the Gulf.
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No I do not double speak.
I said what my own oppinion was which was not in the text of the article. My own opinion is somewhat in the same directions of what the poster thinks BUT what he/she said : quote: "it is easy to surmise that they are taking readings checking for migration of an alien species of microbiotic organism" >> THAT WAS NOT IN THE ARTICLE. It was also talking about fish and plankton, the food of whales wich were affected by the oil but the stranded whale was not showing up toxidity of oil in tissue.
I wanted to make sure and clear that it was not in the text like he/she said and summarised.
WE with our conspiracy-brain are reading things between the lines, and that made him/her post that.
I did NOT READ anything about the alien organism in that link to the article.
The article was about technology used for eavedropping on WHALES, not on alien organisms.

We must not mix/confiuse our own thoughts and opinions with what is exactly stated in articles.

Again > I dont claim that that article sais that technology is about tracking alien organisms. I say that the article sais that it is about whales.
My own humble opinion is that that type of technology could also be used (by other agencies or organisations) to possibly track and follow the movement of that crystaline organisme which OP said (DED-message) was behaving intelligent and I and some others connected INFRA-READ with the "below-hearing-frequencies" which could be the emission of that organism.

I hope it is clear now what I THINK, and what THE ARTICLE SAIS. And that that are TWO DIFFERENT THINGS.

peace

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This is gonna go viral on the net real uick.
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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This is gonna go viral on the net real uick.
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Hey Houzy ..
what happened to your letter Q???

...lol...
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Good day, my girlfriend says her supervisor told her that he thinks the US staff opened the diplomatic briefcases to soon. All the embassies know they not allowed to open it before the 13th of october. Embassies are all on alert now.
[link to news.sky.com]
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Some people just won't follow instructions, will they?
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It died on me!!!

Someday I will remember to get a new keyboard when I am out shopping.

I have these three screens, dual 5750 video cards, a 6 core Phenom water cooled and overclocked out of its mind, 8 gigs of ram, and 4 Terrabytes of raid 0 hard disk.

But a crappy keyboard. Oh, well. It was a high uality when I bought it back in 1987. I think I got my moneys worth out of it. It only started to die this year. :)
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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This is gonna go viral on the net real uick.


Hey Houzy ..
what happened to your letter Q???

...lol...
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I think we need to all donate money so that dad can get himself a new keyboard! Hey dad, do you prefer wired or wireless? rofl
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It died on me!!!

Someday I will remember to get a new keyboard when I am out shopping.

I have these three screens, dual 5750 video cards, a 6 core Phenom water cooled and overclocked out of its mind, 8 gigs of ram, and 4 Terrabytes of raid 0 hard disk.

But a crappy keyboard. Oh, well. It was a high uality when I bought it back in 1987. I think I got my moneys worth out of it. It only started to die this year. :)
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Ummmm, on second thought, with all that fancy equipment, maybe you can buy ME a new PC! LOL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks for the thoughts. I upgrade every year. I pass my old systems down to the kids. the oldest one gets my old system, and the youngest gets the hand me down from her sister. Then I donate the oldest system to a church or charity.

But I have never let my Northgate keyboard go. I don't know where I will find another. The don't make them like this anymore....

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Good day, my girlfriend says her supervisor told her that he thinks the US staff opened the diplomatic briefcases to soon. All the embassies know they not allowed to open it before the 13th of october. Embassies are all on alert now.
[link to news.sky.com]


Tnx for the link OP !!!

But yesterday you said the briefCASES were TAMPERproof ...and with a timelock ...
so how could the US-department of the ambassy open it (in the article a LETTER and not a briefcase) before the date ??? With that risking not only their own health and security, but also that of the hundrets of people in that same area!

Something is fishy about this comming out ...
I DONT TRUST IT !!!
My advise to the other embassy's > DO NOT OPEN NO MATTER WHAT !!! ... until the 13th ...

Maybe this is a set up ! and was that 1 letter/post unharmfull ... but are the others not.
The US is not harmed but has nothing to loose in this, the other embassies might be involved in the actions with the cargo and subs are a target to eliminate ... When TOTAL EVACUATION coz of illness or toxin is ordered, then it is easy to rip away all the computers and information (DED) on this matter ... and I can guess who it will be that will "clean-up" the evidence and building ... you-es-of-ay troops ...

I DONT TRUST THIS AT ALL !
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So you think this is a trick so that the other agencies will open their suitcases too, but then their cases WILL be dangerous and perhaps release something toxic?

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

Poisoning scare hits U.S. Embassy in Paris


PARIS Two employees of the U.S. Embassy in Paris were examined for suspected poisoning on Friday after opening a suspicious envelope, but preliminary results indicated it was not harmful, the embassy said in a statement.

"The Embassy confirms that a suspicious envelope was received. Per Embassy security procedures, the two employees who were exposed to it were evaluated by medical professionals and the envelope is being analyzed by a laboratory," the statement said.

"Preliminary results indicate that the envelope was not harmful." French police officials said the two people involved were feeling "unwell" and that the incident was being investigated. A mobile laboratory was deployed at the site to test for poisonous substances.

Elizabeth Detmeister, deputy press attache at the embassy, said in a statement: "The embassy confirms that a suspicious envelope was received. Per embassy security procedures, the two employees who were exposed to it were evaluated by medical professionals and the envelope is being analyzed by a laboratory."

"Preliminary results indicate that the envelope was not harmful," she added.

Mailroom workers
She told msnbc.com that the two employees concerned worked in the mailroom at the embassy.

"They thought there was something suspicious [about the envelope], they reported it and our normal procedure is to have them treated or looked at by medical officials just in case," Detmeister said.

She said she was not aware of what caused the workers to be suspicious but added there was "no powder."

Embassy spokesman Paul Patin added: "We have no indication that anyone is in danger or hurt."
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@Krispy
Acolyte has these 'dots' on two of his different threads today. Morse would make it 'EES'

Renegade, what was that other thread and posting with the dots? Maybe they have to be joint/connected ;)


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Tnx Renegade hf
I am gonna have a look.
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Thanks for the thoughts. I upgrade every year. I pass my old systems down to the kids. the oldest one gets my old system, and the youngest gets the hand me down from her sister. Then I donate the oldest system to a church or charity.

But I have never let my Northgate keyboard go. I don't know where I will find another. The don't make them like this anymore....
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I agree about the keyboards dad. I hate the new style with the flat, low keys. I actually LIKED the clicking sound of the keys of the old style too! Guess I'm dating myself. LOL!
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check this out - Oil spill glows under UV light

Don't human bodily fluids show up under UV also? (Or have I been watching too much NCIS) More hints at abiotic origins for oil even?

or, maybe oil is really the blood of the earth after all?

if so, I wonder whether we are the only lifeforms who use this Earth-blood for energy and sustenance?

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Title to photos at the link: "Photos: Glowing Oil Could Aid Gulf Spill Cleanup"


Early on after the spill, people on the Gulf Coast were going out to the beach at night with ultra-violet lights to check for oil after BP workers had "cleaned" sand that day. The light showed the oil to be everywhere mixed within the sand.

Articles coming out now, imo are for the sole purpose of confusing the general public about what is going on with the GOM by offering alternative stories with same keywords.

btw, This morning, I've had a post deleted again before I got it posted to the thread. This time gave me a window and said I had exceeded word limit. Not likely, compared to other posts I'm reading this morning.

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Krispy I don't understand how you can ignore the speculation that we are being fed a fairy story here. There is so much evidence of a set up by someone making post's under different aliases.

You seem to do everything but question the validity of any of this story as if you are so happy to keep all it going.

If you are just enjoying the fantasy game then fine but if you truly believe this fable & are not complicit in its creation, then I feel bad for you as you are too easily led & give up too much time to chase fairy tale facts.

Sorry to be so blunt but you seem so nice, if you are not in on this game, I would hate to see you feel over burdened by this for some stupid assholes kicks on the net.
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Good way to make sure a plague is diseminated at the same time around the world...

Just sayin...
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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To OP:

Does your girl friend have info on what the French are doing with their breifcase now?
There's always an Arquillian Battle Cruiser, or a Corillian Death Ray, or an intergalactic plague that is about to wipe out all life on this miserable little planet, and the only way these people can get on with their happy lives is that they DO NOT KNOW ABOUT IT!

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@ Housedad: I see keyboards advertised from $5.00 up $149.99. I know how you are about wanting to hold on to a good one. I go through keyboards in a year or so. It is how I earn my living, I'm a programmer. I also have backup HD in case something really ugly happens. This machine is running 24/7 even if I'm not.

Back to the business at hand. It looks like Krispy has been busy or at least thoughtful this morning. I am going to read through all of it and see what I can add...or subtract to it.

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-snip-

I DONT TRUST THIS AT ALL !
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So you think this is a trick so that the other agencies will open their suitcases too, but then their cases WILL be dangerous and perhaps release something toxic?

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]

Poisoning scare hits U.S. Embassy in Paris


PARIS Two employees of the U.S. Embassy in Paris were examined for suspected poisoning on Friday after opening a suspicious envelope, but preliminary results indicated it was not harmful, the embassy said in a statement.

"The Embassy confirms that a suspicious envelope was received. Per Embassy security procedures, the two employees who were exposed to it were evaluated by medical professionals and the envelope is being analyzed by a laboratory," the statement said.

"Preliminary results indicate that the envelope was not harmful." French police officials said the two people involved were feeling "unwell" and that the incident was being investigated. A mobile laboratory was deployed at the site to test for poisonous substances.

Elizabeth Detmeister, deputy press attache at the embassy, said in a statement: "The embassy confirms that a suspicious envelope was received. Per embassy security procedures, the two employees who were exposed to it were evaluated by medical professionals and the envelope is being analyzed by a laboratory."

"Preliminary results indicate that the envelope was not harmful," she added.

Mailroom workers
She told msnbc.com that the two employees concerned worked in the mailroom at the embassy.

"They thought there was something suspicious [about the envelope], they reported it and our normal procedure is to have them treated or looked at by medical officials just in case," Detmeister said.

She said she was not aware of what caused the workers to be suspicious but added there was "no powder."

Embassy spokesman Paul Patin added: "We have no indication that anyone is in danger or hurt."
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Reading this above does my inner allarmbells rinkle even more .. I dont know why. In my FEELING it is contradictory.

First of all today is FRIDAY. It is 15:45 in holland and Paris. Did all that happen today ? or last week ?
If it was TODAY why dont they say today in the article ?

OP (and girlfriend) talked about BRIEFCASES, NOT LETTERS !
How could the 2 in the mailoffice see and know this letter was SUSPICIOUS ??? AND WHY WOULD THEY OPEN A SUSPICIOUS LETTER with risking lethal-powders or virusses ???? I like to believe that mailroom-employees are instructed how to handle "suspicious mail" ... and that such mail SHOULD NEVER BE OPENED at OWN initiative, but should follow a security protocol which handles the letter/envelope to an investigation agent !

Why did they feel UNWELL if prelimanary results show that the enveloppe is unharmfull ??? Were they feeling UNWELL of GUILT for doing something they were not allouwed according to safety protocol ???

In stead of putting all in quarantine, all kinds of people already had contact with the 2 employees and the enveloppe : police, medical personel, lab-personel, ...

This sentence does not ring well :
"They thought there was something suspicious [about the envelope], they reported it and our normal procedure is to have them treated or looked at by medical officials just in case,"
WHO in the hell did they thought to have the clearance and authority to OPEN UP mail ??? SUSPICIOUS MAIL !!!! They had no RIGHT doing that !! This is not logic peepz !!
This is also not according security standarts !!!!

I DONT BUY THIS WHOLE STORY !!!!
I believe OP, but not this bullshit story in the media.

How come this Elisabeth deputy press attache does not know what made the 2 employees think that made the envelope suspicious ??? That is 1 of the first things you ask those employees !!!!!! Maybe they do not want to tell it to the public ... but this does not make sence at all !!!

Quote : Embassy spokesman Paul Patin added: "We have no indication that anyone is in danger or hurt."
"Not having an indication" is not the same as "NO ONE IS" ... if this is a time-released technology that could indicate that the THREAT could come out in 24 hours or 18 hours or 13 hours, whatever activates that time-release ...



My thought is -also coz it happened in an US-EMBASSY and not an other country's, that it is A WARNING SIGNAL !!!
My guts tell me this is a SET UP !


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Here is the 'Jean Claude" posts (OP..?) that nexuseditor posted about on pg 356. They have been translated, so some meaning could have been lost.
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Thread: One of notre subs manque !!!!!!!!!



First post 6/26 6:49PM..last post 6/26 8:47PM

One of our subs missing !!!!!!!!! Quote

This means war, you damn yanks

The Dutchman has shit for brains

I `m on a secret location in the United Kingdom, a listening station in North East .... Can `t say more or I will circulate my place ...

The submarine is disabled and extends two miles on the Gulf of Mexico ... The crew has only 8 hours of oxygen ... Location CRITIC !!!!!!

The submarine navy French S618 The Attentive (The Vigilant)

This event will be a smash hit movie in six months!

A French naval spokesman said: "The collision did not ensue in injuries among the crew and did not compromise nuclear safety at all times

The Triumphant is capable of carrying up to 16 Trident missiles armed with nuclear-

The French Navy sources confirmed that the Triumphant, one of four sub-strategic nuclear submarines of the so-called "strike force", returned from a hell of duty to 70 days when the incident occurred

The transmissions are now weakened .... indicate that in failing satalite ... continue to listen!

A rescue team of French navy was flown to the ship to begin functioning in the water from one compartment flooded ...

Transmissions are very low ........

Another two Russian submarines entering the Gulf of Mexico .. The title to the crash site ... Japanese support ...
Transmissions are very low ........

They told French diplomats to return to Paris immediatlyLes transmissions are very low ........

Failed Moderation Alert failure moderation ... all ships .... Oil seen on the surface of Attention Attention All Ships !!!!!!

Admiral Gary Roughead Chief of Naval Operations USN takes the order of occurrence GOM

Andy Murray has again swept an opponent crossing the years Wimbledon Gilles Simon in straight past time to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon.

The global number has never once looked into the problem as he saw first player to former 10 6-1 6-4 6-4.

The Scot will now face the large portion too Mondays and Sam Querrey will be the toughest match of Murray for the moment. Querrey was the winner of the Queen's Club two weeks ago, although he lost to Xavier Malisse in the third round needing five games to pass the Belgian broke back in the last game with Querrey serving for the match and was forced to 9-7 in the final game. (last three posts..wrong thread?)

I can only post transmissions ... the council to empty words ... bare with me for updates ...

French was sent home to think again

In many languages penny fluid That language would you like, My The Portuguese is a little better, but it helps custom marine Has 101 Khojas personal lives are in danger in the middle of the GOM ... Please PRAY by them (This last post is in Portuguese)

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