Trying to Connect Dots...Submitted by bcfast on Sun, 09/22/2013 - 22:15
Has there been any further information on the warheads missing from TX? Like Fukushima, just because it isn't in the headlines doesn't mean the problem went away.
So, I'm trying to add up what we know...or at least what we THINK we know. So, a couple weeks ago some warheads went missing from a base in TX and were presumed to be going to Charleston, SC. The next day or so, Lindsey "AssHat" Graham makes a public statement about how terrorists might hit a southern US port city....like Charleston, SC!
Supposedly, FEMA has been ordering and shipping all sorts of supplies to eastern VA with a due-date of October 1st...southern Virginia is a "safe distance" from Charleston, but an easy drive down I-95.
Now over the weekend, a story has been published by the Guardian about a near-boo-boo in the skies above Goldsboro, North Carolina (Goldsboro is SE of Raleigh in the upper-right part of the state).
This story is about a B-52 that broke apart mid-flight and dropped 2 Hydrogen bombs on Goldsboro!! One of the bombs thought it was being deployed and the only thing that kept it from detonation was a simple low-tech, low-voltage dynamo switch!!! Read the article and look at the photos here:
So, in connecting the dots, paranoid bcfast sees 4 individual dots: missing Warheads, FEMA stockpile close-by, public statement, story of
previous "near miss" in the same region of the country....all these in the past 2 to 3 weeks.
What do you all think? Is this more evil fore-shadowing or do I need to dig out my trusty old tin-foil hat? Maybe I'm just reading too much into this...but if Barry's regime can't get to war "by the book" with a Congressional vote, then they'll have to scare the people into a popular opinion. I fear the worst.
Again, what do YOU think?