Saturday, September 22, 2007

Missing nukes and dead airmen

Well, to put it mildly, something stinks mighty bad with the mainstream media reports of a USAF B-52 loaded with operational nukes and cruise missiles under its wings taking a leisurely stroll across the US only to land and many hours later being discovered to have half a dozen nuclear weapons on board.

If you scour the Internet, reports bounce back and forth between 5-6. Some folks say 6 left Minot AFB with 5 arriving. Don't know about that, but I do know that nukes have not flown on operational bombers since September 1991 (I think that was the month a presidential decree was signed). Go to these folks site for technical details.

It is also very interesting to note that bodies are turning up of dead airmen; both officers and enlisted. Several of the dead had direct connections to nuclear related functions at Minot including flight officers. Spooky stuff as it reminds me of the 1983 James Bond movie,
"Never Say Never Again" where dummy nukes are swapped for real ones to start the mother of all terrorist attacks.

I also smell something funny with the death of
Congressman Paul Gillmor Rep. Gilmor was investigating "put actions" placed upon the market and according to DC insiders he felt there was some type of scam being played on the market. These bets were gambling that there would be a 50% drop in the market between Sep.14 and Sep. 21, like the put actions placed preceding 9/11/01.

It is now Saturday the 22nd so it looks like someone lost billions, but heh, "A billion here, a billion there, before long we are talking about real money!" - Senator Dirksen

I also raised an eyebrow with the amount of resources and efforts spent looking for the downed aviator, Steve Fossett, shortly after the above event.

Assistance from the USAF went well beyond the normal CAP SAR mission with coordination coming from the top boss with the new US Northern Command, General Morrow (no, his 1st name isn't Vic!)

If you had to move aircraft, men and equipment around SECRETLY, no better way then to create a crisis where movements can be justified. Just wonder if ole Steve will stroll in someday with a bottle of water in hand and a wild story to tell. Hope so.

Lots of dots in the above if you believe in conspiracies. No one however will convince me 5 or 6 nukes managed to attach themselves under the wings of a B-52 and NOBODY KNEW!



Minot AFB - 1st Lt. Weston Kissel - B-52 Pilot
Minot AFB - Airman 1st Class Todd Blue

There are other names but at this time, not sure where the links go.

1 comment:

GEORGE W said...

Thanks for promoting this video of mine.

You said: "It reminds me of the 1983 James Bond movie, Never Say Never Again."

The music I chose, is from the James Bond movie Live and Let Die.