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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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No tsunami, apparently.

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]
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Krispy is great even if OP's revelations are mostly fiction her work makes it worth the ride.
Nexus i'm sure, finds this all very interesting but it wont hurt his magazine sales either.
If Krispy is not affiliated with Nexus magazine she should be, they seem to work very well together.

All the rest of us just want to know the truth as this Rig disastser makes no sense & stinks of corruption.

By the time the mainstream news catches up with any of this it will all be too late we could all be at war or polluted into an ice age.

Things need to change in the world if a site like this is the only way of breaking news this important, that is why I cant quite believe this story.
This website has zero credibility & is a laughing stock to anyone that hasn't become entrapped in its mind altering format & addicted to it's doom.
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god has this thread gone round the bend since i viewed it months ago,
odessa kept popping up over and over again which made me think of where i first used that name

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

maybe its been posted in this thread before but the germans were 25 year ahead of the rest of the world by the end of world war two, maybe during there hunts all over the world during the peaceful years including antarctica they found this intelligent organism makes one wonder
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Prepare to come about....hard a'lee!
yepyepyep and yep. I think you just corrected course, freebyrd! BRILLIANT CALL! Congratulations!
I've read the whole thread, and I don't think anyone has connected those dots. Well, maybe in the back of NexusEditor's head, but I don't think in print until this moment. Tomorrow, here is gonna be lively - hope you stick around.
good night


Tnx Freebird for the partial re-posting of information ... and for the personal view you shared :D
Your link has not been posted but the content was copy-pasted as you can see in the quotes below.
Thx anyway !! :D

@ Tutu
Yes it was mentioned/posted before .. if I recall by Hans our Magnificent US-German :D
He and others made the link to the Germans and WWII. It was posted that it was also linked to secret routes they used in that time. And the suggestion was made that maybe the Odessa Fleet was using these secret routes also ...

-Pag 341 by Bevvy
7/24/2010 9:06 AM




the map on the Odessa Protocals looks like NWO domination map, dividing the spoils.....

anywho I found ODESSA and like it.

ODESSA, (from the German Organisation der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen, “Organization for Former SS Members”) is believed to have been an international Nazi network set up toward the end of World War II by a group of SS officers in order to avoid their capture and prosecution for war crimes. Several authoritative books by those involved in the U.S. War Crimes Commission (including T.H. Tetens and Joseph Wechsberg) have verified the organization's existence and provided details of its operations. Wechsberg studied Simon Wiesenthal's memoirs on ODESSA and verified them with his own experiences in the book The Murderers Among Us. In the realm of fiction, Frederick Forsyth best-selling 1972 thriller The Odessa File brought the organization to popular attention (the novel was turned into a film starring Jon Voight). Forsyth's ODESSA smuggled war criminals to Latin America.

The purpose of ODESSA was to establish and facilitate secret escape routes, later known as ratlines, for SS members out of Germany and Austria to South America and the Middle East.

In a note, persons claiming to represent ODESSA claimed responsibility for the 9 July 1979 car bombing in France, which was aimed at anti-Nazi activists Serge and Beate Klarsfeld.


-And Hans added some info
7/24/2010 11:15 AM


Odessa was/is a semi secret group of veterans and others who are suspected of all manner of skullduggery against the current government in Germany. They are rumored to want to continue the Third Reich. I have always been of the opinion that all they do is get together and drink lots of beer.

[link to elibrary.unm.edu]


the map on the Odessa Protocals looks like NWO domination map, dividing the spoils.....

anywho I found ODESSA and like it.

ODESSA, (from the German Organisation der ehemaligen SS-Angehörigen, “Organization for Former SS Members”) is believed to have been an international Nazi network set up toward the end of World War II by a group of SS officers in order to avoid their capture and prosecution for war crimes. Several authoritative books by those involved in the U.S. War Crimes Commission (including T.H. Tetens and Joseph Wechsberg) have verified the organization's existence and provided details of its operations. Wechsberg studied Simon Wiesenthal's memoirs on ODESSA and verified them with his own experiences in the book The Murderers Among Us
. In the realm of fiction, Frederick Forsyth best-selling 1972 thriller The Odessa File brought the organization to popular attention (the novel was turned into a film starring Jon Voight). Forsyth's ODESSA smuggled war criminals to Latin America.

The purpose of ODESSA was to establish and facilitate secret escape routes, later known as ratlines, for SS members out of Germany and Austria to South America and the Middle East.

In a note, persons claiming to represent ODESSA claimed responsibility for the 9 July 1979 car bombing in France, which was aimed at anti-Nazi activists Serge and Beate Klarsfeld.



-Freddie Forsyth commented : i'm surprised no one has mentioned that there are towns in Texas, Louisiana and Florida called Odessa. also, Odessa in Ukraine used to be a Soviet naval base.


-I made a posting on it at pag 342 7/24/2010 12:46 PM
connecting the Odessa and the League Of Nations - Fourtien points and the war establishment.
-Lateron in the thread I made a summary of what Odessa was linked with and posted info about that city and its history
Pag 347 7/27/2010 9:19 PM



-snip quotes-

hey Hans et al

The Leage of Nations (number 14 in OP's message) and Odessa are linked !!!!See this google for the many results :
[link to www.google.nl]

Maybe OP is trying to tell that those countries decided to use these old "routes" ... on their way to THE MISSION.
If so then I told the US their secret :(
Sorry OP !


ODESSA and CRESCENT MOON linked on 1 page ...

See highlights in text:
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

"The Goeben under the German flag at Constantinople in a neutral Turkey would be at best interred and of no future value or service to Germany. There was no way that they could steam back to Germany. Why not take advantage of the Turkish outrage and give them to Turkey, while at the same time they stayed officered and manned by the German crews. On August 16, 1914 the Crescent Moon flag of Turkey fluttered up the masts of Goeben and Breslau with Goeben becoming Yavuz Sultan Selim and Breslau becoming Medilli.

In September, although Turkey was still neutral, the Goeben and Breslau sortied into Black Sea looking for Russian ships to sink. At the same time the Russian Black Sea Fleet sortied to the Bosporus, looking to sink the new nominally Turkish warships, however no contact was made. On October 27, 1914 all of the seaworthy Turkish/German warships steamed to the Crimea to launch a preemptive attack on the Russian Fleet. A torpedo attack was launched upon the Russian ships in Odessa harbor on October 29. Goeben proceeded to Sevastopol to sink the Russian ships in this, the prime port of the Imperial Russian Black Sea Fleet. However, alerted by the attack on Odessa, land batteries drove her off. After this attack Russia declared war on Turkey on November 5, 1914."

So the Odessa-Protocols and Odessa Fleet are linked with Russia ... wich has the lead in the decyphering of the CargO ...


More interesting on ODESSA :
[link to webcache.googleusercontent.com]

snippets :
- (...) it passed into the domain of the Ottoman Sultan in 1529 and remained in Ottoman hands until the Ottoman Empire's defeat in the Russo-Turkish War of 1792.
>>> Ottoman was connected with the Crescent Moon flag ...
- During the Soviet period it was the most important port of trade in the Soviet Union and a Soviet naval base. On January 1, 2000 the Quarantine Pier of Odessa trade sea port was declared a free port and free economic zone for a term of 25 years.
- The city of Odessa hosts two important ports: Odessa itself and Yuzhne (also an internationally important oil terminal), situated in the city's suburbs. Another important port, Illichivs'k, is located in the same oblast, to the south-west of Odessa. Together they represent a major transport hub integrating with railways. Odessa's oil and chemical processing facilities are connected to Russia's and EU's respective networks by strategic pipelines.
- Today Odessa is a city of more than 1 million people. The city's industries include shipbuilding, oil refining, chemicals, metalworking and food processing. Odessa is also a Ukrainian naval base

ODESSA and ISRAEL & USA connection :
- Following the Siege of Odessa, and the Axis occupation, approximately 25,000 Odessans (mostly Jews) were murdered in the outskirts of the city and over 35,000 deported. Most of the atrocities were committed during the first six months of the occupation which officially began on 17 October 1941, after the bombing of the Romanian HQ and the subsequent brutal response of the Romanian military.[9] After this time period, the Romanian administration changed its policy, refusing to deport the remaining Jewish population to extermination camps in German occupied Poland, and allowing Jews to work as hired labourers. As a result, despite the tragic events of 1941, the survival of the Jews in this area was higher than in other areas of occupied eastern Europe. During the 1960s and 1970s the city grew tremendously. Nevertheless, the majority of Odessa's Jews emigrated to Israel, the United States and other Western countries between the 1970s and 1990s. Many ended up in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Brighton Beach, sometimes known as "Little Odessa".

Odessa has many international relations.
Odessa is twinned, has sister and partner relationships with many other cities throughout the World



So an ODESSA fleet and protocols are not hard to mention in this situation, between the participating nations and country's ... even Israel ....
Odessa is connected with oil and gaspiplines and chemical processing facilities ... in russia and the EU.

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Thank you MzK! I knew someone would correct me if I was wrong. Sorry it piled on extra work for you.
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Oh my! Gone for a few days and just look at what has happened!

lol Something must have cut close to the bone in the last hundred pages or so, because the "disruptors" suddenly took up residence instead of simply passing through.

Now, curiosity will force me to sift through those preceding pages with a fine tooth comb to see if I can locate this nugget having so much sand kicked over it!

Good work guys!
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popcorn
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Krispy is great even if OP's revelations are mostly fiction her work makes it worth the ride.
Nexus i'm sure, finds this all very interesting but it wont hurt his magazine sales either.
If Krispy is not affiliated with Nexus magazine she should be, they seem to work very well together.

All the rest of us just want to know the truth as this Rig disastser makes no sense & stinks of corruption.

By the time the mainstream news catches up with any of this it will all be too late we could all be at war or polluted into an ice age.

Things need to change in the world if a site like this is the only way of breaking news this important, that is why I cant quite believe this story.
This website has zero credibility & is a laughing stock to anyone that hasn't become entrapped in its mind altering format & addicted to it's doom.
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plausible deny ability
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Regarding the 'BUZZER' UVB 76.

I found the following post at another 'alternative' site. It is probably the best explanation that I have seen to date.


Posted 16 June 2010 - 05:18 AM

I spent some time reading a Russian website that HAM radio operators use. They discussed UVB-76 back in 2004. Apparently, what it is, is that the station is located in a building outside Moscow. This building relays orders via morse code telegraph lines to the various enlistment offices of the military. The radio station just does the Buzz noise over and over. It doesn't broadcast anything except the buzz. Why? Well, if you are sitting in the duty room of one of the Russian enlistment offices, you wait for the morse code to come in from the telegraph. When it comes in, you give it to the duty officer, and he looks at a one-time-pad card to find his instructions, etc. But what would happen if the telegraph line was cut or power was lost from the building to the line? The guy receiving the message wouldn't know about it unless he tested the line or looked to see if it was receiving power. He might not notice for hours and miss important instructions. Especially important when you think of when it was built (At least the 70's) and the risk of nuclear attack. So the Russians use a circuit that when power is dropped on the telegraph, the radio comes on, and the officer hears the buzz (It's like an alarm). And they are expected to press a button and listen for orders from the radio, rather than the telegraph.

Likely there were only a few times in history where it was necessary to issue orders over a dead telegraph line. They don't need to test voice communication because the buzzer provides that. (It's a buzzer playing over an open-mic. So they know the mic works, etc just by listening to the buzzer.)

You might wonder why they wouldn't use a telephone instead of morse code. Probably because it's a very simple system to deliver orders even when under nuclear attack. Even if the building was wrecked, someone could use remote power and a telegraph to deliver orders to all of the enlistment offices (If they had the keys to the pads).
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Krispy is great even if OP's revelations are mostly fiction her work makes it worth the ride.
Nexus i'm sure, finds this all very interesting but it wont hurt his magazine sales either.
If Krispy is not affiliated with Nexus magazine she should be, they seem to work very well together.

All the rest of us just want to know the truth as this Rig disastser makes no sense & stinks of corruption.

By the time the mainstream news catches up with any of this it will all be too late we could all be at war or polluted into an ice age.

Things need to change in the world if a site like this is the only way of breaking news this important, that is why I cant quite believe this story.
This website has zero credibility & is a laughing stock to anyone that hasn't become entrapped in its mind altering format & addicted to it's doom.

Things are changing in the world...more and more people are waking up all over the world, and like all the other processes going on, this awakening will also go exponential.
Centuries of negativity are being brought to the surface for cleansing. TPTB are very suprised and anxious that this transformation is succeeding despite their best efforts to the contrary. It is easy to get disillusioned with all the negative info on the net, but I think threads like this are invaluable for connecting dots and bringing together such a talented group of people each with their own expert knowledge, to shine light in dark places...PTB hate that.
I'm inclined to give OP the benefit of the doubt, I feel he is sincere, and in the event he is not...wouldn't he then be the real loser?
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Regarding the 'BUZZER' UVB 76.

I found the following post at another 'alternative' site. It is probably the best explanation that I have seen to date.

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1088371

thnx 4 the clarification
always wondered what the deal was but figured it was a system designed in another era (buzzer over an open mike)
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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Visual aid.

[link to www.theoildrum.com]
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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Yes I saw that. Certainly no broken pipe and initially nothing,just brownish on the surface inside the top in one light white in the other, very quiet. When I saw a tiny belch from the inside of the riser,[ which happened after a few minutes of the BOP's removal], they CUT THE FEED DEAD!!!!!!!!
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Some of the folks trying to decipher the morse code on UVB-76 are saying they are getting lat/long coordiantes for the Arabian Sea tonight.

Maybe a reference to something happening in the Gulf of Aden?

Can you post a link to where this discussion is taking place please...


[link to tinychat.com]
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Well, I don't want to sign up just to get the info on this. Can you post the coordinates or any info that you may have heard? Thanks
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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a few more nutz & boltz from an expert in the field:

[link to www.globalresearch.ca]
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A good view now and some bubbles coming out. Haze above.
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Ok, is this HC flow?

Link to live feed over wellhead pipe: [link to mfile.akamai.com]
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Starting to leak!
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.
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all the images are fake.
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.

all the images are fake.
 Quoting: owenmeany 979825

filmed in a deep pool with black polystyrene balls on the surface (jc used that technique to film the abyss)
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.

all the images are fake.
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Maybe... but then give us the link to the real ones.

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no bolts to unscrew? you pull at the bop and it lifts?
this is really cheap plumbing
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no bolts to unscrew? you pull at the bop and it lifts?
this is really cheap plumbing
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lol
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This is why I get my info from TOD.com and not this roleplaying thread for Euro-kids who like submarines.
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At the risk of bring reality to this thread, I thought you all should know the BOP has been pulled from the stack on the ROV feeds.

No sign of the drill pipe, no obvious hydrocarbon flow on feeds.

all the images are fake.


Maybe... but then give us the link to the real ones.

bsflag
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God gave me a brain and eyes, so I'm so greatfull.
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sorry, cannot resist. the whole world has seen the bolts between 2 risersections. those bolts served a purpose, yes to hold those pieces together (pressure).
and now acadabadra hopla, without unscrewing 1 bolt,
Houston we have a take off !!!
I'm so glad with my eyes and my brain.
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I got my reply from UoMiami about cstars, so you can add it to the list:

Dear xoxo, thank you for your email. The monitoring of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico at CSTARS was a government funded project that ended on August 18. Please, let me know if you have other questions, or if I may be of further help.

Best regards,

Marie

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From: xoxo
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 10:33 AM
To: Guma, Marie Oiligriv
Subject: Radar Satellite images?

Dear Marie Guma-Diaz,

Thank you for taking the time today to talk with me about cstars and its role in presenting radar satellite images to the public on the Deep Water Horizon event.

I am putting together a freelance article for a local publication, xoxo News and Review, and I was interested why cstars has stopped publishing images online since 18 Aug 2010.

I have found that NOAA/NESDIS is no longer using radar satellite images to track surface oil in the GOM, and I was wondering if their decision is effecting your research:

[link to nosdataexplorer.noaa.gov]

As I mentioned in our conversation, it would be helpful for my article if there was an official explanation placed on your site.

Thanks again,
Sincerely,
xoxo
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I got my reply from UoMiami about cstars, so you can add it to the list:

Dear xoxo, thank you for your email. The monitoring of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico at CSTARS was a government funded project that ended on August 18. Please, let me know if you have other questions, or if I may be of further help.

Best regards,

Marie

Marie Guma-Diaz
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From: xoxo
Sent: Monday, August 30, 2010 10:33 AM
To: Guma, Marie Oiligriv
Subject: Radar Satellite images?

Dear Marie Guma-Diaz,

Thank you for taking the time today to talk with me about cstars and its role in presenting radar satellite images to the public on the Deep Water Horizon event.

I am putting together a freelance article for a local publication, xoxo News and Review, and I was interested why cstars has stopped publishing images online since 18 Aug 2010.

I have found that NOAA/NESDIS is no longer using radar satellite images to track surface oil in the GOM, and I was wondering if their decision is effecting your research:

[link to nosdataexplorer.noaa.gov]

As I mentioned in our conversation, it would be helpful for my article if there was an official explanation placed on your site.

Thanks again,
Sincerely,
xoxo
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Way ahead of you HEX@TOD.com

Thread: OFFICIAL cstars.miami.edu Response on GOM Surface Oil Image Blackout Since 8/18--From TOD.com
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no bolts to unscrew? you pull at the bop and it lifts?
this is really cheap plumbing

lol
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Modern hydraulic pipe connection fittings utilize 'quick release' spring loaded ball bearing friction couplings.

Not torque loaded bolts.

Can you imagine a claw grip ROV fucking around with a couple of spanners? In a mile deep body of water?
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Pass me the 1/2 inch matey.......


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