I'm freakin speechless and worse, wouldn't even know where to begin on whom to question. This needs to be gotten out on the web for sure.
"If you want something you've never had before, you have to do something you've never done before." Debra Medina
Oh my god, read something!
the answer is not in a video
from a guy
who doesnt understand the original text
talking about what it
may or may not
and how that ties into x, y, z
We have now sunk to a depth at which restatement of the obvious is the first duty of intelligent men.
The handout references a Mexican organization that helps people prepare for Earthquakes - teaches them what to do in the event of an Earthquake, etc. . .
Actually, it is. Completely. And the entire alt American news media picked it up off of a YouTube and a bad google-translate. This agency runs these tests in small subsections all over Mexico more than half the days of the year.
I read 3 articles in Spanish and in English(Google translate) and it is mistranslating the intent.
Duuuh, let's think about the fact that all these ridiculous media outfits have picked up a story and run with it solely of terrible Google-translate??????
They don't know anyone who can read Spanish?
Maybe they know they can push anything and people will eat it up if they can spin it to fit.
I can hear it now, the flaming from those who can't even read the original spanish text.
aircraft crashing into skyscrapers.
Bob you have got to be kidding me.
You can't even read the original text you're basing it off of a guy ranting about a google translate on a YouTube video?
Since when do we rely on google translate to be accurate?
That would mean, bob, that more than half of the days of the year NORAD did that test and that one time, in the 5 years of that testing, two minutes after they hit. It is a strech.
And it's an even further strech to buy into all this sh!t just because someone on the internet says so.
T H I N K for a second from the opinion of someone who took the time to read & write all this
the only person you've heard from who can understand the original text . . .
Yes because if you think 9/11 has holes in it, you must think the elites have earthquake machines. And I am willing to accept the idea those machines are working right now because somebody made a random video telling me it did.
I am the ultimate skeptic. I believe nothing, I disbelieve nothing. I watched "188 days" a few days ago, regarding "Planet X" (which even MSM sources now admit exists). I talked it over which a guy with a doctorate in physics and he and I agree that the earthquake, which occurred on day 186 from the last, could have been the result of a change in trajectory due as "Planet X" comes increasingly closer to earth.
As far as "Google Translate" is concerned, I've used it for many languages and sent letters to foreign governments and had no complaints before. Sorry, but I find your comments condescending, which is why I am reacting in kind.
BTW, the NEW YORK TIMES reported an incident involving Tesla and an "earthquake machine" during the earliest part of the 20th Century. Also former DoD Secretary Alan Cohen told the press of the existence of "earthquake machines".
There is so much crap out there it is impossible to shift through it all. I leave that to others, provided I received the original information from a source I've found credible in the past.
Also, one of George W. Bush's National Security Staff lied to Congress, saying that the airplane /skyscraper strike had "never been contemplated." This, after a nationally broadcast pilot episode of "The Lone Gunmen" had presented just such a scenario.
I didn't mean to be condescending Bob...
1. You did completely manage to avoid my counterpoints.
2. I know you didnt even read the Google Translate Article because all 3 i read had sentences that did not make sense.
3. I think you are a troll, last reply.
Bob: "I am the ultimate skeptic."
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