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Monday, March 15, 2010

UFO Base in North Carolina

Interesting-- at "PARI":
The ultimate truth to all this has been revealed by the Anonymous Physicist.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nothing here of any value, and she has no credibility. She has both ancient hangouts and more recent ones.

I'd sooner rec'd youtubes of Phil Schneider and his deep underground experiences (allegedly lost a hand in a "shootout" with aliens); and also that after the 1993 WTC event he saw the damage and said it was from a small nuke! And he said he was asked to be involved in the next nuking, but refused.

He said the 1993 WTC event was a mini-nuke long before the 2001 WTC nuclear destruction, so he has credibility.

He was later (1996) obviously suicided (murdered.)

Anonymous Physicist

2:20 PM  
Blogger nickname said...

One thing that always strikes me as curious is why, if sightings such as this woman describes, are not uncommon in the same area - why aren't there any photo/video images of the alleged UFOs?

Aren't there reasonably affordable cameras that can scan the night sky without the need of someone physically being there aiming them?

7:14 PM  
Blogger engineer said...

Good question. Plus, came across this:

(One from the A.P. list. Corroborated.)
Old (boring) linguist Chomsky says:

"The Jihadi movement was highly critical of al-Queda and Osama bin Laden for perpetrating the 9/11 attack"

"Well, if you wanted to end terror, the obvious thing to do at that point is to isolate al-Qaeda, to try to gain support, even from the jihadi movement, and of course from the population they’re trying to mobilize. You know, terrorists regard themselves as a vanguard. They’re trying to mobilize others to their cause. I mean, every specialist on terrorism knows that."

"I mean, everyone who’s involved in them, you know, seriously, knows, yeah, they (US) created terrorists." (Profound! Never thought of that. So best keep Homeland Sickurity.)

AMY GOODMAN: "Do you think Obama should have these Guantánamo prisoners tried in New York?" (Getting to the tough questions.)

NOAM CHOMSKY: "Well, it depends whether we want to be—regard ourselves as a civilized country or as a rogue state....then try them (terrorists) in civilian courts." (For what?)

I mean, you know, no one asked him, for good reason, but he's perfect! He promotes terrorists! So best stay in Afghanistan and let Noam direct the operation.

Hosted and praised by DemocracyNow.

8:20 PM  
Blogger nickname said...

Amy Goodman is almost certainly a paid disinformation agent. Depending on how you define "paid". She takes money from intelligence services-connected Foundations.

Noam Chomsky is, in my opinion, very likely a Mossad operative who might well be working for the U.S. as well.
(as if that isn't the same thing!)

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with the amy goodman/noam chomsky characterizations by nickname.

I thought it was so odd chomsky came out with that book on 911 so soon afterward...central premise was the canned "blowback" thesis.

10:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nothing from Chomsky was on an "A.P. list."

Do not falsely link me to Chomsky.
(Except that I have denounced him.)

Anonymous Physicist

11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe by *A.P.* he meant associated press?

8:17 AM  
Blogger nickname said...

"maybe by *A.P.* he meant associated press?"

Besides, if your brain has been pickled by intel goons, what's the difference?

9:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Nickname" is this 33 year long perp:

http://covertoperations.blogspot.com/2008/07/remastermind-needs-to-reveal-his.html

Now nearly 47 years later, he still won't explain his actions.

10:41 PM  

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