Monday, 5 September 2005

’US Troops mutiny in Iraq’

is this true? (from mefi)

US Embassy in Baghdad inquires into reports that American troops in Iraq have mutinied against their officers. WMR has learned that the US embassy in Baghdad is checking into reports that U.S. troops in Iraq, including National Guardsmen, Army and Marine Corps Reserves, and regular military troops from Louisiana and Mississippi, have mutinied against their officers and are demanding to be immediately sent back home to help their families. It is not known whether the reported mutinies involve physical violence. The reports of rebellions among U.S. troops are filtering out of the Green Zone and at Baghdad International Airport from Iraqis who are working alongside their American counterparts at both locations.

how about this... is this true? (from mefi)

"It's as if the entire Gulf Coast were obliterated by a -- the worst kind of weapon you can imagine"
~ George W. Bush September 2, 2005

Another Presidential slip of tongue? Is this evidence that Katrina was steered toward New Orleans using scalar technology? This is not too far-fetched considering the U.S. Air Force's own doctrine of Weather as a Force Multiplier: Owning the Weather in 2025 (.pdf). Senator Kay Hutchison seems convinced enough to have proposed S. 517: A bill to establish a Weather Modification Operations and Research Board, and for other purposes. Considering the U.S. government's history of secret human experimentation, I wonder just what other "purposes" this bill would have in store for us considering the vast uses of EM/scalar technology? Check out this video of Soviet Weather Engineering over North America

sure, maybe blog readers here know how to identify misinformation but that doesn't mean the rest of the world has that toolkit. the problem isn't going to slow down - this is the second hurricane, the memetic one.. in the words of a rockstar:

"disbelief and sadness are evolving into outrage" - t. reznor

goddamn right they are...

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