Operation Gotham Shield: U.S. Gov’t To “Simulate Nuke Blast Over Manhattan” (Video), Zerohedge
Something has aroused the interests of the American people… perhaps one too many coincidentally ‘useful’ event means government facilitators have jumped the shark?
Which is perhaps why, after discovering Project Gotham Shield, SHTFplan.com’s Mac Slavo warns, a false flag watch is now active.
A general alert is out for something major in the near or immediate future. Hopefully, it is just another false alarm, instead of another false flag. Either way, danger is at hand.
Given all that is going on in the world, it is downright eerie to discover that the federal government is once again staging mock disasters that draw disturbing parallels with current world events. . . .
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FIY, also: Heads Up: A Major “Drill” For NYC Scheduled…Last Time This Happened We Got 9/11 And The Iraq War….
Russia-gate is not over: House Intel panel calls Comey, Clapper, Rogers, Brennan, and Yates to testify
Matthew Miller, a former DOJ spokesman, tweeted Thursday: “Unless they have found something new, there is no way to do this without prosecuting reporters. There’s a reason we didn’t go there.”
Trump at sea: The bizarre voyage of the USS Carl Vinson . . . this is only a small part of this interesting post.
The damage done from this affair is considerable but not in my opinion irreparable. In spite of everything there still seems to be goodwill on the part of the Chinese and the Russians towards a new and inexperienced President, who they probably like more as a person than they did his aloof and arrogant predecessor, Barack Obama.
If the President draws back and starts listening to good advice the Chinese and the Russians will help him save face, whilst warning Kim Jong-un not to push his luck too far. Yesterday’s UN Security Council Statement warning North Korea against any further ballistic missile or nuclear tests is a sign of this.
However if that is to happen the President has to change the way his chaotic administration is behaving. Above all he has to start reaching out to and getting advice from proper foreign policy professionals, of whom there are still many in the US of a realist mindset who mean him well and who are willing to advise him.
In addition he needs to be less in awe of the men in uniform like General McMaster that he has surrounded himself with. Whatever their competence as soldiers, or their managerial skills, the events of the last three weeks show that that they do not have the knowledge or understanding of international policy to advise him properly about how diplomacy is conducted.
The alternative is for things to go on as they are. In that case things will just go on going from bad to worse, until something really bad happens.
Meanwhile, as things stand, the foreign policy of the Trump administration does not look incoherent as some have said. It looks more like a train-wreck.
Damascus 100% certain Turkey supplies chemical arms to Syria militants: Assad . . . for the first time today I began to think that Russia and Syria are playing good cop-bad cop with Turkey. After all, it is Assad’s country, and Russia is there as an invited guest. It’s in Russia’s best interest if it can bring Erdogen/Turkey around, so why not let Assad play ‘bad cop.’
Donald Trump secretly meets with pair of former Colombian presidents at Mar-a-Lago . . . not enough wars going on?
Why not probe ‘Israel-gate’?. . . isn’t this getting too close to reality?
The other day, I asked a longtime Democratic Party insider who is working on the Russia-gate investigation which country interfered more in U.S. politics, Russia or Israel. Without a moment’s hesitation, he replied, “Israel, of course.”
The administration of US President Donald Trump will not allow any American companies to drill for oil in Russia, the Treasury Department announces.
The announcement came on Friday after Exxon Mobil Corporation, an American multinational oil and gas corporation, had sought a waiver to resume a joint venture with Rosneft, the Russian state oil company.
. . . The US sanctions prohibit US oil companies from providing Russia with the advanced technology used to drill more efficiently offshore and in shale formations.
Exxon argues it could lose its contractual exploration rights in the Black Sea resulting in losses of up to $1 billion, if it did not resume drilling operations by the end of 2017.
This will provide a chance for European companies, particularly Eni, the Italian oil and gas giant, to pick up the work.
Last June, Zeljko Runje, Rosneft’s vice president for offshore projects, said, “We are going to drill with Eni next year. That is our plan. On the Black Sea.”
The truth is coming out like angry vomit now, as it so badly needs to do. No one seems to be holding back anymore.
Until the news moves a bit. however, I’m just reading it and taking it in. Sometimes, if you know the story line, the headlines are enough.
I’ll be back later . . . and during this time when nothing much else is happening, I hope you’ll keep track a bit for yourselves 🙂
If something does happen before the French election with its accompanying terrorism events, etc., I’ll begin to post again, so please check back.
If the sun is shining where you live, try to get outside and enjoy it. 🙂