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Many people will be confused. A blame game is coming.
We expect something else will probably be arranged to cause a big distraction from the huge economic problems and to also confuse the blame game.
Did you hear about the fifty nuclear missiles that went accidentally offline this past Saturday at Warren AFB in Wyoming. You know, Dick Cheney's home state?
Fifty nuclear missiles, evidently controlled by something similar to this trusty ancient analog panel, went offline by accident on Saturday. Photo from Wired.com
This is the best we can afford with the US defense budget?
Or is this a joke?
Actually, this entire incident seems like a joke. It comes to us from The Atlantic, and Wired, and The Weekly Standard. It appears political. They even highlighted the conspiracy angle for us. Gee thanks! What's left for us to do? How about we just call the whole thing a mindfuck.
The White House response to the incident has been jaw dropping. When pressed on the critical security lapse, an unnamed official told Marc Ambinder of the Atlantic (emphasis mine): "to make too much out of this would be to sensationalize it. It's not that big of a deal. Everything worked as planned." The Atlantic
Emphasis in original.
We are tired of the unnamed officials. These people should put their names to their statements, because otherwise, their statements are U S E L E S S.
Lets recall the Minot incident. Six people from Minot AFB, who were all directly involved as loaders or pilots, died in "accidents" within days of the incident.
Scrolling down to the bottom of the CLG page, we read the astute comments of a retired military person, Mr. Don Lee, US Navy vet, retired. His comments are regarding the Minot incident, and in response to an anonymous military commenter who brushed the whole thing off. Specifically regarding the press coverage:
The military reporting of these incidents is itself contrary to military secrecy, reason, and law. I suspect an altogether different agenda. I believe that this high-level press coverage of a screw up, carrying nukes on B52s, is designed to use the US Media [gasp, they’ve never done that before!] to pressure Iran to meet US demands.
The US military would never release to the public any real classified data, especially including data about moved or missing nukes, without authority from the White House.
The US media is NOT entitled to print or distribute classified information, and is NEVER brought-in as it was in this case, so rapidly or on such an elemental and critical faux paus.
The only logical excuse for the sudden and detail-filled news coverage of this event is that of an intentional release of data for political purposes.
...The missiles were moved, without any doubts, intentionally; OR The missiles were never moved and the press coverage is based on propaganda to scare Iran; OR the missiles were moved and the press coverage is based on propaganda to scare Iran. You can’t prove or disprove what the US military has done without EXTERNAL data. They’ll say whatever they want to suit themselves.
Big problems are coming. And distractions. And a blame game is coming too.
Don't get confused.