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#1 stone

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Posted 17 October 2013 - 05:06 PM

A one kiloton bomb was detonated on the sea bed at about the half way point between South Carolina and Bermuda. The resulting explosion was equivalent to a 3.5 magnitude earthquake. It is being reported that two high level generals in charge of the United States nuclear arsenal have been quietly removed from power for reasons unknown. 

 

OK, maybe not. On October 8th, there was a 3.5 magnitude quake off the east coast and two high level Generals who controlled the US's nuclear arsenal, one in the Navy and one in the Air Force, have been removed for supposed personal misconduct (of which was not revealed). Ever since September, Alex Jones has been yammering on about an impending nuclear attack after supposed "warheads" were secretly moved by truck from Texas to South Carolina. It was around this same time Lindsey Graham started yapping his gums about the threat of a terrorist nuclear attack. 

 

Also around the same time, FEMA started moving stockpiles of medication, food, and equipment to "Region 3", which consists of multiple mid Atlantic states. 

 

Also around this time, my girlfriends mom starting getting notifications from FEMA telling her to make sure her medication is up to date and not expired.

 

Coincidence? 



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Posted 17 October 2013 - 05:56 PM

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Posted 18 October 2013 - 12:04 PM

Gotta keep up on the conspiracies. 

Back in August there were rumblings about FEMA moving a bunch of supplies to Region 3 (mid Atlantic area). At this same time, there was also rumblings about nukes going missing after being moved to South Carolina.

http://www.citywatch...s-folks-on-edge

http://www.globalres...-report/5354182

 

Then of course you had the earth quake off the coast last week and now the conspiracy theorists are going nuts stating that a nuke was detonated on the sea floor. It was either:

1. An attack on the underground tunnels built by the US government (300 miles off the coast)

2. An intentional detonation at the behest of a pissed off Obama

 

And my girlfriends mom receives the CDC newsletter, not FEMA, and it was a notice stating to make sure your drugs are up to date or something. There was also a section stating, in the case of an emergency, enough bottled water and food to last like two weeks or something. 



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Posted 18 October 2013 - 02:28 PM

And then there was Lindsey Graham warning that if the US did not send the military to Syria Iran might drop a nuclear bomb in Charleston Harbor.

http://charlotte.cbs...rleston-harbor/

 

And then there has been more talk about the time the US actually did have nukes fall (but not detonate) in Goldsboro, NC.

http://www.npr.org/b...st-nuked-itself



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Posted 18 October 2013 - 02:43 PM

See?! I told ya. Be careful as once you step into that rabbit whole, there's no telling where it might end. 



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Posted 18 October 2013 - 06:37 PM

I enjoy conspiracy theories as entertainment.  It amazes me how every event seems to almost immediately have some wild theory or conspiracy that follows it almost immediately.  Did you know that the Chinese were responsible for the government shutdown?   :D



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Posted 19 October 2013 - 11:37 PM

I'm going to have to research that one a bit further and get back to you. 



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Posted 20 October 2013 - 11:00 AM

If I were organized enough, I'd go back to Alex Jones / Glenn Beck etc. conspiracy theories, start looking at any random time in the past, say five years. Take the first fifty predictions based on paranoia, and see how many of them have proved to be true. Answer: none, or you'd be hearing about it for the rest of your life. "Alex Jones, the man who predicted North Korea would invade Australia!" etc.

No, none of them will be true, but the idiot wing of America, the ignorant Republican lummoxes who would believe anything that casts a racist or conspiratorial shadow on any event they dislike, or on anything they feel will frighten people. For surely these warnings don't come with any helpful suggestions. They are just vomited out of the mouths of paranoid assholes like Alex Jones, who may or may not believe his own theories but pushes them for his own proft.

If I were a less honest person, and more sociopathic than I am now, I could make a very nice living warning you about the nuclear weapons secretly being developed by some Indian tribes on reservations where they are immune from investigation, and about the super-secret area within Area 54 that even the President doesn't know about.

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Posted 21 October 2013 - 04:09 AM

The prophecies that are actually heeded are the ones that don't come to fruition.  Doesn't it mean they weren't planned for initially, just means that someone heeded the warning... or someone decided to not follow through because the word was out... I'd rather they predict them and have them not happen than keep their mouth shut and millions die.  Get a clue. 



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Posted 21 October 2013 - 07:04 PM

How do you tell whether it is a prophecy or just another conspiracy theory?



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Posted 22 October 2013 - 06:38 PM

some conspiracies come true.  A new book has just come out saying there were definitely two guns used in the killing of John Kennedy. It is suggested that one came from the CIA,. See my blog on the Bay  of Pigs to show how heavily the CIA was involved in American foreign policy.



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Posted 23 October 2013 - 04:49 PM

Aus, it's common knowledge the CIA is heavily involved in American foreign policy. It's common knowledge and you really don't need to use the Bay of Pigs disaster as an example. 



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Posted 23 October 2013 - 08:49 PM

Stone Is it common Knowledge the CIA has been accused of Killing many world leaders including now Kennedy. I  research the Bay of Pigs for mu military history class. I concluded by pointing out while 6 attempts to kill Castro fail , the attempt to kill Kennedy succeeded. Stone hated him because he stop the CIA killing Castro . Perhaps the CIA had another shooter to back him up if he fail.



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Posted 24 October 2013 - 06:37 AM

Aus, the CIA has been accused of killing Kennedy going back to pretty much his assassination. That's not surprising. 

 

You honestly believe, though, that the CIA murdered a sitting US president? And you taught that to a class? Seriously? 



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Posted 24 October 2013 - 03:43 PM

The thing about most conspiracy theories is that as soon as you point out how obviously implausible they are, the reply is 'Oh, that's what THEY want you to think'

 

Meanwhile while folks are twaddling on about Kennedy, the Moon landings and 911 - the real bad stuff (recent NSA spying revelations, bogus reasons for recent US foreign wars etc) are all nicely eclipsed in the public mind.

 

The enemy of conspiracy theorizing is a working knowledge of statistical likelihood and a basic education.





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