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Something strange: Army and other essential services shutting down for 12/21/12??

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/04/2012 10:47 AM
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This xmas extended leave is evidently not being extended to the Royal Navy or the Royal Air Force according to the BBC.
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12/04/2012 10:50 AM
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I suspect that the UK is expecting some sort of natural disaster or an attack on their homeland. Who knows what their intelligence operations may have found out?? But sending the armed forces home is actually brilliant. It insures maximum survival of the troops. The earliest targets will be the military bases, ships, military air ports. Weapons, planes, bombs can be hidden, put underground and kept safe from anything but massive multiple nuclear attacks. What you cannot readily replace are the 100's of thousands of troops needed to keep the facilities and advanced weapon systems up and running. If most of the troops are disbursed throughout the civilian population, they can be recalled to duty once whatever happens has happened. While some may be lost, the losses won't be anywhere near as high as they otherwise might have been had the troops been on the military bases as usual. It's not a bad plan. Not bad at all.
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12/04/2012 10:52 AM
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This xmas extended leave is evidently not being extended to the Royal Navy or the Royal Air Force according to the BBC.
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Makes sense though. Get the Typhoon jets up there and the destroyers out in the Channel putting up a good fireworks show before they get destroyed - after all you can't exactly hide them as they need the bases etc to operate. The army on the other hand can disperse.

Also makes you wonder about this idea of it being a 'thank you' for recognition of the armed forces help in the Olympics - I wasn't aware it was just the army; I saw a lot of RN and RAF forces helping. Why aren't they being 'thanked'?
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12/04/2012 11:01 AM
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Very good argument and well said with regards the latter point.
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12/04/2012 11:24 AM
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Re: Something strange: Army and other essential services shutting down for 12/21/12??
I suspect that the UK is expecting some sort of natural disaster or an attack on their homeland. Who knows what their intelligence operations may have found out?? But sending the armed forces home is actually brilliant. It insures maximum survival of the troops. The earliest targets will be the military bases, ships, military air ports. Weapons, planes, bombs can be hidden, put underground and kept safe from anything but massive multiple nuclear attacks. What you cannot readily replace are the 100's of thousands of troops needed to keep the facilities and advanced weapon systems up and running. If most of the troops are disbursed throughout the civilian population, they can be recalled to duty once whatever happens has happened. While some may be lost, the losses won't be anywhere near as high as they otherwise might have been had the troops been on the military bases as usual. It's not a bad plan. Not bad at all.
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Exercise Orion - a simulation of a very large devastating erthquake conducted in 2010 in which......

The disaster is so severe that the British emergency services are overwhelmed and the Cabinet Office issues an appeal for help from the EU.

Countries coming to the aid of the UK include, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Norway, Spain and Sweden as well as an urban search and rescue team from the United Arab Emirates.

READ MORE: [link to news.smh.com.au]

This is how the UK joins the EU. Welcome to the NWO.

Bush: "Out of these troubled times comes our fifth objective......"

Rockefeller: "this window of opportunity in which a truly peaceful world can be created wont be open for long......all that is needed is the right major crisis and the world will accept the NWO".


Welcome to the Age of Aquarius. Operation Blackjack seems to be in motion. In the slides, it talks of Aquariusand Operation Nephilim in it.
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12/04/2012 11:30 AM
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This xmas extended leave is evidently not being extended to the Royal Navy or the Royal Air Force according to the BBC.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29063777


Makes sense though. Get the Typhoon jets up there and the destroyers out in the Channel putting up a good fireworks show before they get destroyed - after all you can't exactly hide them as they need the bases etc to operate. The army on the other hand can disperse.

Also makes you wonder about this idea of it being a 'thank you' for recognition of the armed forces help in the Olympics - I wasn't aware it was just the army; I saw a lot of RN and RAF forces helping. Why aren't they being 'thanked'?
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General Patreaus in an interview before his resignation was asked if the UK armed forces could cope in the event of......hmmmm!

Shortly after, he himself resigns.
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12/04/2012 12:15 PM
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