Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Six nuclear weapons disappeared from Minot AFB in North Dakota

from a friend

Five nuclear weapons were discovered at Barksdale AFB in Louisiana.

Which leads to a chilling conclusion:

Someone, operating under a special chain of command within the United States Air Force, just stole a nuclear weapon.

What next?

The answer has been provided several times, most recently by CIA Director and General Michael Hayden. On September 7, dressed in full military uniform, Hayden told assembled members of the Council of Foreign Relations:

"Our analysts assess with high confidence that al-Qaida's central leadership is planning high-impact plots against the U. S. homeland."

"We assess with high confidence that al-Qaida is focusing on targets that would produce mass casualties, in part....'houston , we have a problem'

the Houston police official who refused to call off the chase after the FBI confirmed Carnaby's CIA status is under investigation by federal authorities and is suspected of being an Israeli intelligence mole within the Houston Police Department" search terms: HPD refused FBI request to call off chase, Carnaby investigating Cheney alternate chain of command involved in Minot Barksdale nuclear weapons transfer

" Federal sources have told me that they fear the detonation of a small nuclear device in or around Houston/Galveston, TX. "

They say the old refineries there need to be modernized and expanded, but environmental regulations require companies clean up existing ground pollution before they will allow those refineries to be modernized.

The costs of such environmental clean-up would make new refineries too costly. HOWEVER. . . . . a "terrorist attack" in that region would destroy the refineries and simultaneously shift all the clean up costs to. . . . . . the taxpayer! Gee. How convenient for our Texas Oil Guy President, VP and all their rich Texas Oil Buddies!

dramatic destruction and significant aftershocks."

An eye for an eye. Use of nukes will justify use of nukes. A perfect excuse to wage nuclear war against Iran.

I suspect Hayden is absolutely correct, except for his mistaken identification of the "central leadership" that is planning detonation of a nuclear weapon on American soil.

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