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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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Japan threatens build up of military forces amid rising tensions with China

Japan is threatening an almost 10 per cent increase in its ground defence forces in response to a growing diplomatic dispute with China.

Japan is considering stepping up its self-defence forces which include this plane flying over disputed islands in the region (pic)

[link to www.***.co.uk]

replace *** with telegraph

look at the plane
aren't those supposed to detect subs?

oh yes

here it is

[link to usmilitary.about.com]

you are not paying attention to the other theater
and they are all connected
my 'intuition' tells me this will be the first theater to become publicly visible, by months end:.


You have HAWK-eyes my friend !
Sharp to the bone ;)

feel a bit frustrated here krispy girl,

i have some unofficial sources
they wisper to me but do not allow me to tell
so i play the lawyer
releasing without telling
i posted something very important a few pages back
in coded plain sight;)
coded as in kindergarten code
a french poster stumbled upon it but picked himself up and hurried along
all people here got distracted talking about a slogan for a t-shirt and totally missed it

kirspy you seem to pick up most of my 'wispers'
maybe i should wait 4 u 2 appear b4 posting my 'guesses'(lol)

hope you are feeling good
dhlos
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Sorry Dhlos...thought it was further confirmation from the posts you and I had going yesterday. Going back to reread.
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We little humans seem to know we are up against an Extinction Level Event; we don’t understand much about it, but are desperate to learn more. ............

(7) The antiman organism is likely just one of many players which helps to bring the end-time event to completion. It is irrelevant whether BP did it intentionally or not; if it is a player then it will make its entrance onto our stage in some way, probably through fissures all over the planet, such as Lake Baikal, Vostok, Gulf of Aden, Falklands, et al. ...........

Whitebeard



I contest the statement that "It is irrelevant whether BP did it...."

It is very relevant.

The people who have deliberately destroyed the Gulf of Mexico are corp-o-rat madmen who need to be stopped. Corporations operate under laws as legitimate businesses which, by incorporating, are agreeing to abide by standards and regulations already established in our social order. Those who fail to abide by such standards need to be found and removed from society to prevent the escalation of madmen.

Suspects in the destruction of the GOM and millions of life forms, and eventually leading to the murder of millions of people: [link to www.serpentproject.com]

Statoil, Norway's largest oil and gas company,

TOTAL E&P UK and Total Foundation for Biodiversity and the Sea,

BP,

Subsea 7 one of the worlds largest ROV operators,

Transocean the largest offshore drilling company in the world,

Chevron Corporation the largest integrated energy companies in the world,

Haliburton



[Note: With respect to US Air Force military responsibility, it is irrelevant who sent the missile into the Pentagon. The Air Force had responsibility to protect regardless of where the missile came from.

In the instance of the Gulf, we have no pre-arranged protection from madmen operating inside a corporate shelter and we must take immediate action to find the responsibility parties and eliminate them, including accessories operating inside US government agencies.]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1106984

ohyeah

While I totally agree with you, the SCOTUS ruling in Citizens United case is gonna make that justice gone with the now overt purchasing of political candidates. Big Oil - the Koch Brothers, specifically - are already funding the Tea Party. I like their original name better.
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snip-
Sounds like US wants to give the whole mess to the UN and let them worry about it.

i dont think hans
i 'believe' the bill was introduced ahead of the event in full knowledge

notice they passed it after the second, 'foiled' by chop shui, platform incident ;)

its the same all over the world
un biosphere reserves

talked about for many years now

here is an example from 2005

[link to www.renewamerica.com]

huh?
The second incident a couple of weeks ago?
Do you mean Chinese food?


dhlos...are you referring to this???

does howdy doody got wooden balls?
 Quoting: dhlos 1105356


Last time I looked, he does - framed in red. This article reminded me of all those ancient conspiracy theory stories about foreign (UN?) troops training in our national parks....hmmmmm
I'm out of here for a couple of hours.
Keep on cookin'

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USS Greeneville Departs for Western Pacific Deployment
By MC2 Ronald Gutridge,
COMSUBPAC Public Affairs

Release Date: 09/10/2010

PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii – The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Greeneville (SSN 772) departed Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled deployment to the Western Pacific region Friday, Sept. 10. ...

...Greeneville underwent a 13-month depot modernization period at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, Kittery, Maine, that included upgrades in all of her electronic systems in support of intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. An overhaul of all machinery systems and a full external refurbishing was also completed. During that time she accomplished numerous sea trials before conducting an inter-fleet transfer back to Naval Station Pearl Harbor in June 2009.

USS Greeneville is the 61st Los Angeles-class submarine and the 22nd improved Los Angeles-class attack submarine. Los Angeles-class submarines are ideally suited for covert surveillance, intelligence gathering and special forces missions. This stealth, when combined with the submarine's Tomahawk cruise missiles and torpedoes, provide the operational commander with an unseen force multiplier.

[link to www.csp.navy.mil]

SEVENTH FLEET
Seventh Fleet, established 19 February 1943 from Southwest Pacific Force, is the largest of the forward-deployed U.S. fleets, with 50-60 ships, 350 aircraft and 60,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel. Operating in the Western Pacific, Indian Ocean and Arabian Gulf
Carrier Strike Groups (CSG)
The USS George Washington CSG with CVW 5 embarked is currently on its summer patrol in the Philippine Sea. [7th fleet?]
Amphibious Ready Groups[ARG]/Marine Expeditionary Units[MEU]
The USS Essex ARG with the 31st MEU embarked is participating in the Valiant Shield exercise Sept. 12-21 in the western Pacific [7th fleet?].
Submarines (updated 9-22-10)
The Los Angeles-class attack submarine USS Greeneville (SSN 772)
Departed Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for a scheduled deployment to the Western Pacific region Friday, Sept. 10, 2010. [7th fleet?]
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I contest the statement that "It is irrelevant whether BP did it...."

It is very relevant.

The people who have deliberately destroyed the Gulf of Mexico are corp-o-rat madmen who need to be stopped.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1106984

I don't excuse the criminals who kill innocent victims. My point is simply that the source of a bomb becomes quickly irrelevant to its victims. The cataclysmic change is going to happen regardless of who plays bad guy. Much better for each person to deal with that truth than to get caught up the futile blame game. Too late for that now. As the fact becomes clear to more people, some will consider spiritual realities while others will angrily curse God and hide in caves which will become their tombs. The only reason that I attempt to say anything is because I think each person should have the right to choose for himself how he will face the inevitable. Some members of my family choose denial and somnolence; I don't argue with them lest I get held responsible for their choices. My path might not be theirs at all. So, I really don't care what anyone does with information I provide. I'm dropping pamphlets from 30,000 feet. Each can do with it what he will; I'm long gone.
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An interesting video at this link...thought you might enjoy!
Great accent.

"UFO hovering over British naval ship filmed"
[link to beforeitsnews.com]
 Quoting: fairflight


And this :

powered by U.S. Nuclear Weapons Have Been Compromised By UFO - US Ex-Military Missile launch Officers
[link to beforeitsnews.com]

Snips:

The group of Ex-military witnesses and a leading researcher, who has brought them together again, will discuss the national security implications of these and other alarmingly similar incidents and will urge the government to reveal all information about them. This is a public-awareness issue.

Declassified U.S. government documents, to be distributed at the event, now substantiate the reality of UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites extending back to 1948.

The press conference will also address present-day concerns about the abuse of government secrecy as well as the ongoing threat of nuclear weapons.


WHAT: Noted researcher Robert Hastings, author of UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, will moderate a distinguished panel of former U.S. Air Force officers involved in UFO incidents at nuclear missile sites near Malmstrom, F.E. Warren, and Walker AFBs, as well as the nuclear weapons depot at RAF Bentwaters.

WHEN: Monday, September 27, 2010 12:30 p.m.

WHERE: National Press Club Holeman Lounge




>> Wonder if they are building up to something ...
in October ....
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An interesting video at this link...thought you might enjoy!
Great accent.

"UFO hovering over British naval ship filmed"
[link to beforeitsnews.com]


And this :

powered by U.S. Nuclear Weapons Have Been Compromised By UFO - US Ex-Military Missile launch Officers
[link to beforeitsnews.com]

Snips:

The group of Ex-military witnesses and a leading researcher, who has brought them together again, will discuss the national security implications of these and other alarmingly similar incidents and will urge the government to reveal all information about them. This is a public-awareness issue.

Declassified U.S. government documents, to be distributed at the event, now substantiate the reality of UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites extending back to 1948.

The press conference will also address present-day concerns about the abuse of government secrecy as well as the ongoing threat of nuclear weapons.


WHAT: Noted researcher Robert Hastings, author of UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, will moderate a distinguished panel of former U.S. Air Force officers involved in UFO incidents at nuclear missile sites near Malmstrom, F.E. Warren, and Walker AFBs, as well as the nuclear weapons depot at RAF Bentwaters.

WHEN: Monday, September 27, 2010 12:30 p.m.

WHERE: National Press Club Holeman Lounge




>> Wonder if they are building up to something ...
in October ....
 Quoting: Krispy71


It is looking that way isn't it!! Questions though are will it be real or simulation??
It would be a powerful tool either way.
We should heed woodies advice and keep our peepers to the sky.
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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I contest the statement that "It is irrelevant whether BP did it...."

It is very relevant.

The people who have deliberately destroyed the Gulf of Mexico are corp-o-rat madmen who need to be stopped.

I don't excuse the criminals who kill innocent victims. My point is simply that the source of a bomb becomes quickly irrelevant to its victims. The cataclysmic change is going to happen regardless of who plays bad guy. Much better for each person to deal with that truth than to get caught up the futile blame game. Too late for that now. As the fact becomes clear to more people, some will consider spiritual realities while others will angrily curse God and hide in caves which will become their tombs. The only reason that I attempt to say anything is because I think each person should have the right to choose for himself how he will face the inevitable. Some members of my family choose denial and somnolence; I don't argue with them lest I get held responsible for their choices. My path might not be theirs at all. So, I really don't care what anyone does with information I provide. I'm dropping pamphlets from 30,000 feet. Each can do with it what he will; I'm long gone.
 Quoting: WhiteBeard 746400



While some may choose to deal with options for the inevitable situations facing being a "victim," I choose to hunt down, and take out the madmen to stop escalation of insane actions against my descendants who survive the "cataclysmic change."

Naming names does wonders!
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USS Decatur to Deploy
Navy NewsStand

Story Number: NNS100921-02
9/21/2010

From U.S. 3rd Fleet Public Affairs

SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur (DDG 73) will depart San Diego for an independent deployment to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR) Sept. 21.

The primary focus of this deployment will be ballistic missile defense (BMD).
...as well as support the Navy's Maritime Strategy when forward deployed.
[link to www.globalsecurity.org]

NAVAL MARITIME STRATEGY
The United States seeks to deter war; but whenany country starts hostilities or conflict, theUnited States defends itself and its allies.National military strategy rests on threebasic pillars: DETERRENCE, FORWARDDEFENSE, and ALLIANCE SOLIDARITY.When deterrence fails to prevent an enemy’sattack, the United States responds in one of fourforms. It (1) meets force with force at the pointof attack, (2) increases the intensity of the conflict,(3) alters the geographic width of the conflict, or(4) controls the duration of fighting.
[link to www.tpub.com]

FIFTH FLEET
Area of Operations
Middle East (Red Sea, Arabian Sea, Persian Gulf)
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Look and consider what the Beasts in London are bringing down upon the heads and freezing homes of the people of Britain:

"Britain generates most of its energy from coal and gas fired power stations. All the power stations import most of the coal they need and only half of the country's demand for gas can now be supplied from the North Sea. This raises questions about how secure our energy supplies are for the future and how much they will cost."

[link to www.***.co.uk]

*** = telegraph
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USS Decatur to Deploy
Navy NewsStand

Story Number: NNS100921-02
9/21/2010

From U.S. 3rd Fleet Public Affairs

SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur (DDG 73) will depart San Diego for an independent deployment to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR) Sept. 21.

The primary focus of this deployment will be ballistic missile defense (BMD).
...as well as support the Navy's Maritime Strategy when forward deployed.
[link to www.globalsecurity.org]

NAVAL MARITIME STRATEGY
The United States seeks to deter war; but whenany country starts hostilities or conflict, theUnited States defends itself and its allies.National military strategy rests on threebasic pillars: DETERRENCE, FORWARDDEFENSE, and ALLIANCE SOLIDARITY.When deterrence fails to prevent an enemy’sattack, the United States responds in one of fourforms. It (1) meets force with force at the pointof attack, (2) increases the intensity of the conflict,(3) alters the geographic width of the conflict, or(4) controls the duration of fighting.
[link to www.tpub.com]

FIFTH FLEET
Area of Operations
Middle East (Red Sea, Arabian Sea, Persian Gulf)
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It seems many military of many nations are in practice mode...I watch our alpacas play/wrestle and then all of a sudden it is a full blown fight!
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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Look and consider what the Beasts in London are bringing down upon the heads and freezing homes of the people of Britain:

"Britain generates most of its energy from coal and gas fired power stations. All the power stations import most of the coal they need and only half of the country's demand for gas can now be supplied from the North Sea. This raises questions about how secure our energy supplies are for the future and how much they will cost."

[link to www.***.co.uk]

*** = telegraph
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1106984



People need to stock up on wool everything and hoard some wood.
"Man was also in the beginning with God. Intelligence, or the light of truth, was not created or made, neither indeed can be. ALL truth is independent in that sphere in which God has placed it, to act for itself."
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-snip Dlos and krispy post-

feel a bit frustrated here krispy girl,

i have some unofficial sources
they wisper to me but do not allow me to tell
so i play the lawyer
releasing without telling
i posted something very important a few pages back
in coded plain sight;)
coded as in kindergarten code
a french poster stumbled upon it but picked himself up and hurried along
all people here got distracted talking about a slogan for a t-shirt and totally missed it

kirspy you seem to pick up most of my 'wispers'
maybe i should wait 4 u 2 appear b4 posting my 'guesses'(lol)

hope you are feeling good
dhlos
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I saw your little Chinatown dinner add ... and frowned my eyebrows ...lol... wanted to come back on it after I catched up if no 1 else tuned in on it.
But they did not.
I got a family-phonecall afther my hawk-eyes post so I could get back to reacting on this and your guesses ...lol..

wanst it "foiled chop-choi" that you said ?
Did you wanted to say that the CHINESE foiled the attact on that rig ???

And ... wait ...
OP said that the SAS did the job on that first rig ... and the officials wanted to blame the (N or S ???...sorry) Koreans for it,
but maybe that korean vessel was there in an attemp to foil that first SAS-action too ????
And now with that second rig the foil succeeded .... and was the crown prevented in jet another disasterous event ?
Why would they wanna blow up an other rig anyway ?
Want they more oil to spread ?
For food-supplying something, or for covering up more fisures and seafloor changes ?

Might be handy to pinpoint that 2nd rig according to where the DWH blow-up was ....


Wonder if that foiled attact is connected with the chinese briefcases-date comming near ?
...
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An interesting video at this link...thought you might enjoy!
Great accent.

"UFO hovering over British naval ship filmed"
[link to beforeitsnews.com]


And this :

powered by U.S. Nuclear Weapons Have Been Compromised By UFO - US Ex-Military Missile launch Officers
[link to beforeitsnews.com]

Snips:

The group of Ex-military witnesses and a leading researcher, who has brought them together again, will discuss the national security implications of these and other alarmingly similar incidents and will urge the government to reveal all information about them. This is a public-awareness issue.

Declassified U.S. government documents, to be distributed at the event, now substantiate the reality of UFO activity at nuclear weapons sites extending back to 1948.

The press conference will also address present-day concerns about the abuse of government secrecy as well as the ongoing threat of nuclear weapons.


WHAT: Noted researcher Robert Hastings, author of UFOs and Nukes: Extraordinary Encounters at Nuclear Weapons Sites, will moderate a distinguished panel of former U.S. Air Force officers involved in UFO incidents at nuclear missile sites near Malmstrom, F.E. Warren, and Walker AFBs, as well as the nuclear weapons depot at RAF Bentwaters.

WHEN: Monday, September 27, 2010 12:30 p.m.

WHERE: National Press Club Holeman Lounge




>> Wonder if they are building up to something ...
in October ....
 Quoting: Krispy71


Great connection of dots, MzK!
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I contest the statement that "It is irrelevant whether BP did it...."

It is very relevant.

The people who have deliberately destroyed the Gulf of Mexico are corp-o-rat madmen who need to be stopped.

I don't excuse the criminals who kill innocent victims. My point is simply that the source of a bomb becomes quickly irrelevant to its victims. The cataclysmic change is going to happen regardless of who plays bad guy. Much better for each person to deal with that truth than to get caught up the futile blame game. Too late for that now. As the fact becomes clear to more people, some will consider spiritual realities while others will angrily curse God and hide in caves which will become their tombs. The only reason that I attempt to say anything is because I think each person should have the right to choose for himself how he will face the inevitable. Some members of my family choose denial and somnolence; I don't argue with them lest I get held responsible for their choices. My path might not be theirs at all. So, I really don't care what anyone does with information I provide. I'm dropping pamphlets from 30,000 feet. Each can do with it what he will; I'm long gone.



While some may choose to deal with options for the inevitable situations facing being a "victim," I choose to hunt down, and take out the madmen to stop escalation of insane actions against my descendants who survive the "cataclysmic change."

Naming names does wonders!
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WOOF!

5a
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Just asked this question: How many days does it take USS Decatur to go from San Diego to Middle East/Persian Gulf?

Answer:...travel will be 20 knots or so. speeds of 25 knots or more can be construed as an act of war

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Additionally, the distance from San Diego to the Persian Gulf is
about 12,000 nautical miles and could be covered in about 25 days at
a sustained speed of 20 knots.

[link to www.globalsecurity.org]

Sept 21- leave San Diego
Oct 15- arrive Persian Gulf

guess if they go a little faster, they could make it by OCTOBER 13
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thanks to dhlos I was looking aroung recently acted upon legislation on Library of Congress search page.
Does any of this look just a bit fishy to Bezerkers? If so how do you think it may relate?

[link to thomas.loc.gov]
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two that really stuck out to me...

[link to thomas.loc.gov]

[link to thomas.loc.gov]
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Dhlos you also said : "un Biosphere Reserves"

????


47 in the United States - U.N. Biosphere Reserves
[link to www.citizenreviewonline.org]
Each of these Biosphere Reserves, and new reserves yet to be designated, are to be connected by corridors of wilderness, surrounded by "buffer zones," which are surrounded by "zones of cooperation." People are to be moved into "sustainable communities."

Snip :
Why is the government using every excuse it can muster to grab the land of private individuals? The government cannot implement the international agenda if individuals are allowed to do what they please with their own land.

---


- On 2 June 2010 , the MAB-ICC decided to add 13 new sites from 15 countries to the UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR) which now counts 564 sites in 109 countries.


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New Biosphere Reserves

Climate change is on the rampage, devastating many countries with different phenomena such as violent storms of unprecedented strength and rising sea levels that threaten to devour lowly elevated countries. If left unattended, climate change may grow to an extinction level event. To answer to the call to take action, the United Nations, as the biggest organization of independent countries had launched its campaign for the shift to sustainable energy also sometimes called clean or green energy.

Sustainable energy is the act of providing energy that sufficiently meets the demands of today without sacrificing the capability of the next generations to meet their needs come their time. All renewable energy sources such as such as plant matter, solar power, wind power, wave power, geothermal power and tidal power usually fall in this category. Sustainable energy sources may also include technologies that make energy generation more efficient. Conventional fission as well as other types of nuclear power can also be classified as sustainable. Such classification however, is very controversial because of the different dangers nuclear power brings along such as peak uranium, radioactive waste disposal and the risks of disaster due to accident, terrorism, or natural disaster.

The United Nations being the global leader for the advancement of sustainable energy has started helping create and develop sites for enhancing current techniques as well as developing new methods of generating green energy. The UN has recently named 13 more international sites dedicated to the development and testing of alternative approaches to environmentally sensitive economic growth, bringing the total number of such sites to 534.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) had announced that all 534 sites are now focused on the advancement of biosphere technology, which involves the process of turning common waste into green electricity. The UN, in a press release, defined biosphere reserves as "places to test different approaches to integrated management of terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine resources and biodiversity," the UN agency said in a press release."

One of the latest Biosphere Sites is located in San Fernando, Philippines and aims to introduce the production of green electricity in the country, and other parts of the globe.

Darewin Amio Ocampo is a technical writer for the Search Engine Optimization Department of True Bio Electric - a company belonging to the True Green Energy Group. TBE converts your waste into clean green electricity using the revolutionary Biosphere Technology

[link to ezinearticles.com]
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USS Decatur to Deploy
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Story Number: NNS100921-02
9/21/2010

From U.S. 3rd Fleet Public Affairs

SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- Guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur (DDG 73) will depart San Diego for an independent deployment to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility (AOR) Sept. 21.

The primary focus of this deployment will be ballistic missile defense (BMD).
...as well as support the Navy's Maritime Strategy when forward deployed.
[link to www.globalsecurity.org]

NAVAL MARITIME STRATEGY
The United States seeks to deter war; but whenany country starts hostilities or conflict, theUnited States defends itself and its allies.National military strategy rests on threebasic pillars: DETERRENCE, FORWARDDEFENSE, and ALLIANCE SOLIDARITY.When deterrence fails to prevent an enemy’sattack, the United States responds in one of fourforms. It (1) meets force with force at the pointof attack, (2) increases the intensity of the conflict,(3) alters the geographic width of the conflict, or(4) controls the duration of fighting.
[link to www.tpub.com]

FIFTH FLEET
Area of Operations
Middle East (Red Sea, Arabian Sea, Persian Gulf)


It seems many military of many nations are in practice mode...I watch our alpacas play/wrestle and then all of a sudden it is a full blown fight!
 Quoting: fairflight


Yep, Valiant Shield just ended yesterday.

“Valiant Shield is an exceptionally valuable exercise for the expeditionary strike force team,” said Rear Adm. Dan Cloyd, Commander, Task Force 70 (CTF 70). “It’s a unique opportunity for the carrier strike group and amphibious ready group to train together in a multi-dimensional threat environment, culminating with a series of live-firing events and forcible entry operations from the sea.

Valiant Shield presents a unique scenario taking place over water instead of land where aircraft have bases to operate. The scenario requires a different approach when conducting training.
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I do not suggest that we should ruin more of the earth in retaliation for the death of the Gulf of Mexico.

I do ask all those from the UK how would you feel if your very important salt marshes were oiled to death by:

STATOIL

BP

TRANSOCEAN

CHEVRON

of the SERPENT team?

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-snip Dlos and krispy post-

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I saw your little Chinatown dinner add ... and frowned my eyebrows ...lol... wanted to come back on it after I catched up if no 1 else tuned in on it.
But they did not.
I got a family-phonecall afther my hawk-eyes post so I could get back to reacting on this and your guesses ...lol..

wanst it "foiled chop-choi" that you said ?
Did you wanted to say that the CHINESE foiled the attact on that rig ???

And ... wait ...
OP said that the SAS did the job on that first rig ... and the officials wanted to blame the (N or S ???...sorry) Koreans for it,
but maybe that korean vessel was there in an attemp to foil that first SAS-action too ????
And now with that second rig the foil succeeded .... and was the crown prevented in jet another disasterous event ?
Why would they wanna blow up an other rig anyway ?
Want they more oil to spread ?
For food-supplying something, or for covering up more fisures and seafloor changes ?

Might be handy to pinpoint that 2nd rig according to where the DWH blow-up was ....


Wonder if that foiled attact is connected with the chinese briefcases-date comming near ?
...
 Quoting: Krispy71


guys i apologise if i came down on you too hard
its just that im very taken by the situation as i feel apart from the regional catastrophe it is a global event
hence i will tell what i 'believe' to know

my personal life is hurting due to time i have put into this thread over the past 3months or so

i try to post only clippings of info that match to 75% (on my scale) avoiding distraction as much as possible (no one is perfect though)

so yes my dear friends (and eagle eye krispy;))
almost everything with H.M. in front is considered hostile (not always openly) by the odessa pact

the chinese are as the op said (i think) playing dice, never showing their true colours
it was they who sunk one sas dingy (of the two) and stopped the situation from being irreversible (to the larger extent)
after a second but foiled platform incident

my sources indicated an escalation of hostilities between the ancient rivals china and japan with public media visibility by the end of this or the beginning of the next month (basically now)

my best appraisal is that the diplomatic pouches contain china's 'get out clause' in an attempt to de focus global outcry for their pre planned actions (et has something to do with it too), all major embassies have received the chinese timelocked envoy suffice a few (less than a handful;)

the four theaters all wish to be connected (for those with an understanding) in order to complete the planetary grid for the receiving of info from the 1 source, to be followed by one of those 'evolutionary leaps' that the sciences have recorded before in the flora and fauna of the planet.

we are all but children in the garden
we have all done our part destroying our wonderful blue sphere either by intent or misguidance or ignorance
the time has come to decide
which side of the dividing line do you stand on?

you must awaken and be the wise adults of the neighborhood

something is happening
something beautiful
with or without us
decide...:

dhlos
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Someone end this thread.
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Dhlos you also said : "un Biosphere Reserves"

????


47 in the United States - U.N. Biosphere Reserves
[link to www.citizenreviewonline.org]
Each of these Biosphere Reserves, and new reserves yet to be designated, are to be connected by corridors of wilderness, surrounded by "buffer zones," which are surrounded by "zones of cooperation." People are to be moved into "sustainable communities."

Snip :
Why is the government using every excuse it can muster to grab the land of private individuals? The government cannot implement the international agenda if individuals are allowed to do what they please with their own land.

---


- On 2 June 2010 , the MAB-ICC decided to add 13 new sites from 15 countries to the UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR) which now counts 564 sites in 109 countries.


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New Biosphere Reserves

Climate change is on the rampage, devastating many countries with different phenomena such as violent storms of unprecedented strength and rising sea levels that threaten to devour lowly elevated countries. If left unattended, climate change may grow to an extinction level event. To answer to the call to take action, the United Nations, as the biggest organization of independent countries had launched its campaign for the shift to sustainable energy also sometimes called clean or green energy.

Sustainable energy is the act of providing energy that sufficiently meets the demands of today without sacrificing the capability of the next generations to meet their needs come their time. All renewable energy sources such as such as plant matter, solar power, wind power, wave power, geothermal power and tidal power usually fall in this category. Sustainable energy sources may also include technologies that make energy generation more efficient. Conventional fission as well as other types of nuclear power can also be classified as sustainable. Such classification however, is very controversial because of the different dangers nuclear power brings along such as peak uranium, radioactive waste disposal and the risks of disaster due to accident, terrorism, or natural disaster.

The United Nations being the global leader for the advancement of sustainable energy has started helping create and develop sites for enhancing current techniques as well as developing new methods of generating green energy. The UN has recently named 13 more international sites dedicated to the development and testing of alternative approaches to environmentally sensitive economic growth, bringing the total number of such sites to 534.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) had announced that all 534 sites are now focused on the advancement of biosphere technology, which involves the process of turning common waste into green electricity. The UN, in a press release, defined biosphere reserves as "places to test different approaches to integrated management of terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine resources and biodiversity," the UN agency said in a press release."

One of the latest Biosphere Sites is located in San Fernando, Philippines and aims to introduce the production of green electricity in the country, and other parts of the globe.

Darewin Amio Ocampo is a technical writer for the Search Engine Optimization Department of True Bio Electric - a company belonging to the True Green Energy Group. TBE converts your waste into clean green electricity using the revolutionary Biosphere Technology

[link to ezinearticles.com]
 Quoting: Krispy71


[link to www.unesco.org]
hmmm...not so many round Gulf of Mexico way.
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This thread is just getting started.
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Someone end this thread.

This thread is just getting started.
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+1
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No tee shirt for you!
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Dhlos you also said : "un Biosphere Reserves"

????


47 in the United States - U.N. Biosphere Reserves
[link to www.citizenreviewonline.org]
Each of these Biosphere Reserves, and new reserves yet to be designated, are to be connected by corridors of wilderness, surrounded by "buffer zones," which are surrounded by "zones of cooperation." People are to be moved into "sustainable communities."

Snip :
Why is the government using every excuse it can muster to grab the land of private individuals? The government cannot implement the international agenda if individuals are allowed to do what they please with their own land.

---


- On 2 June 2010 , the MAB-ICC decided to add 13 new sites from 15 countries to the UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR) which now counts 564 sites in 109 countries.


---

New Biosphere Reserves

Climate change is on the rampage, devastating many countries with different phenomena such as violent storms of unprecedented strength and rising sea levels that threaten to devour lowly elevated countries. If left unattended, climate change may grow to an extinction level event. To answer to the call to take action, the United Nations, as the biggest organization of independent countries had launched its campaign for the shift to sustainable energy also sometimes called clean or green energy.

Sustainable energy is the act of providing energy that sufficiently meets the demands of today without sacrificing the capability of the next generations to meet their needs come their time. All renewable energy sources such as such as plant matter, solar power, wind power, wave power, geothermal power and tidal power usually fall in this category. Sustainable energy sources may also include technologies that make energy generation more efficient. Conventional fission as well as other types of nuclear power can also be classified as sustainable. Such classification however, is very controversial because of the different dangers nuclear power brings along such as peak uranium, radioactive waste disposal and the risks of disaster due to accident, terrorism, or natural disaster.

The United Nations being the global leader for the advancement of sustainable energy has started helping create and develop sites for enhancing current techniques as well as developing new methods of generating green energy. The UN has recently named 13 more international sites dedicated to the development and testing of alternative approaches to environmentally sensitive economic growth, bringing the total number of such sites to 534.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) had announced that all 534 sites are now focused on the advancement of biosphere technology, which involves the process of turning common waste into green electricity. The UN, in a press release, defined biosphere reserves as "places to test different approaches to integrated management of terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine resources and biodiversity," the UN agency said in a press release."

One of the latest Biosphere Sites is located in San Fernando, Philippines and aims to introduce the production of green electricity in the country, and other parts of the globe.

Darewin Amio Ocampo is a technical writer for the Search Engine Optimization Department of True Bio Electric - a company belonging to the True Green Energy Group. TBE converts your waste into clean green electricity using the revolutionary Biosphere Technology

[link to ezinearticles.com]
 Quoting: Krispy71


These reserves are to become buffers to keep the sheeple from being connected (keeps those nasty revolts down).
There is an organization called the Club of Rome (1961 I think). I saw plans in an eye opening article about how the US would be divided in regions- 10 to be exact- and each of these regions would be cut off from each other via these buffer zones. Statehood would be obsolete. Also, the Nations of the world would be grouped. I will post the info...I need a few min. to locate.
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Dhlos you also said : "un Biosphere Reserves"

????


47 in the United States - U.N. Biosphere Reserves
[link to www.citizenreviewonline.org]
Each of these Biosphere Reserves, and new reserves yet to be designated, are to be connected by corridors of wilderness, surrounded by "buffer zones," which are surrounded by "zones of cooperation." People are to be moved into "sustainable communities."

Snip :
Why is the government using every excuse it can muster to grab the land of private individuals? The government cannot implement the international agenda if individuals are allowed to do what they please with their own land.

---


- On 2 June 2010 , the MAB-ICC decided to add 13 new sites from 15 countries to the UNESCO's World Network of Biosphere Reserves (WNBR) which now counts 564 sites in 109 countries.


---

New Biosphere Reserves

Climate change is on the rampage, devastating many countries with different phenomena such as violent storms of unprecedented strength and rising sea levels that threaten to devour lowly elevated countries. If left unattended, climate change may grow to an extinction level event. To answer to the call to take action, the United Nations, as the biggest organization of independent countries had launched its campaign for the shift to sustainable energy also sometimes called clean or green energy.

Sustainable energy is the act of providing energy that sufficiently meets the demands of today without sacrificing the capability of the next generations to meet their needs come their time. All renewable energy sources such as such as plant matter, solar power, wind power, wave power, geothermal power and tidal power usually fall in this category. Sustainable energy sources may also include technologies that make energy generation more efficient. Conventional fission as well as other types of nuclear power can also be classified as sustainable. Such classification however, is very controversial because of the different dangers nuclear power brings along such as peak uranium, radioactive waste disposal and the risks of disaster due to accident, terrorism, or natural disaster.

The United Nations being the global leader for the advancement of sustainable energy has started helping create and develop sites for enhancing current techniques as well as developing new methods of generating green energy. The UN has recently named 13 more international sites dedicated to the development and testing of alternative approaches to environmentally sensitive economic growth, bringing the total number of such sites to 534.

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) had announced that all 534 sites are now focused on the advancement of biosphere technology, which involves the process of turning common waste into green electricity. The UN, in a press release, defined biosphere reserves as "places to test different approaches to integrated management of terrestrial, freshwater, coastal and marine resources and biodiversity," the UN agency said in a press release."

One of the latest Biosphere Sites is located in San Fernando, Philippines and aims to introduce the production of green electricity in the country, and other parts of the globe.

Darewin Amio Ocampo is a technical writer for the Search Engine Optimization Department of True Bio Electric - a company belonging to the True Green Energy Group. TBE converts your waste into clean green electricity using the revolutionary Biosphere Technology

[link to ezinearticles.com]


These reserves are to become buffers to keep the sheeple from being connected (keeps those nasty revolts down).
There is an organization called the Club of Rome (1961 I think). I saw plans in an eye opening article about how the US would be divided in regions- 10 to be exact- and each of these regions would be cut off from each other via these buffer zones. Statehood would be obsolete. Also, the Nations of the world would be grouped. I will post the info...I need a few min. to locate.
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This was me...forgot to log in...oopps again!
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