Wednesday, October 16, 2013

rumours, and...

...Obama Ousts Top Officers After Nuke Explodes In Ocean Instead Of Charleston

We Will Not Be Disarmed
13 October 2013

"A shocking new Main Intelligence Directorate (GRU) reportcirculating in the Kremlin today states that President Barack Obama, while in a rage, ousted four of the United States top ranking military officers after they refused to detonate a nuclear device “in/near” Charleston, South Carolina this past week and, instead, exploded it off the Atlantic Coast."

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Rumours and projected outcomes based on analysis of both rumour and fact are what compose the elements of most 'conspiracy theories.' I use the term here now as a badge of honour rather than disparagement. I have read them for a very long while over the past years and, although most of what they fear ends up a no-show, they are keeping the word out there, which may have an effect on outcome.

And that is the good news.

Charleston, South Carolina is where the first Civil War began. In that case, however, the Confederate forces fired on the Union occupiers.

For those who follow the ways of that 'nefarious group' that many regard as behind most of everything in the whole world that is going wrong now (and goes by at least three or four different names, depending on those who discuss a matter), symbolism is an element of much moment for at least one of them.

Further than that, the reader must make his own decisions on this one, as always. It is always easy to draw lines between dots; the problem is connecting the ones that give the right picture. For this reader, this one has a most awful connecting. Way too many military officers have been booted out of their positions under the current president. That alone requires notice.

The EU Times article

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