This morning, like yesterday morning, I was rolled out of bed, almost literally, at 5 a.m. by a sonic boom. At least I knew to expect it – thanks to a post from a local radio station.
The White Sands Missile Range spokesperson said the F-16 was flying at about Mach 4 speed, at fifty thousand feet, on the way to launch a supersonic target (a missile?).
This raises questions.
All the online sources I found said the top speed of that plane is Mach 2.5. Can an F-16 now fly faster than its maximum speed? Is this new technology or did the spokesperson misspeak?
If the target is a missile, and I assume it is because I don’t know of anything else an F-16 can launch, what are the staff down at White Sands using in an attempt to shoot down that target?
Furthermore, is the target emulating intercontinental missiles or alien weaponry or something else?
Again, we are left to consider what is true and what isn’t.
Here is another example.
Were the protests in Ecuador an uprising of the general population or is some powerful influence practicing the exploitation of what my friend calls “useful idiots?”
“Useful idiots” are impassioned people used by a powerful person to accomplish the powerful person’s agenda, which is often the direct opposite of the impassioned people’s agenda. For example, my friend thinks the Occupy Wall Street movement is funded by George Soros, who staffs the movement with useful idiots for his purposes.
What is really going on here?
When I read this story about Charles Taylor, I wonder if he really did what he was convicted of or if he was portrayed as a war lord and taken down because he wouldn’t cooperate with United States’ efforts to pillage his country and loot its resources.
I hadn’t followed the story so I did a little research. Sure enough, I found a story that indicated he worked with the CIA, although the relationship was unclear.
Is it possible that his conviction came because he quit working with them?
Then, there is Michael Ruppert. Ruppert is a former LAPD narcotics investigator who lost his job because he successfully traced the Los Angeles narcotics problem to drugs supplied by the CIA. He claims America’s war on drugs is really a way to use taxpayer dollars to develop a massive drug business.
He asserts this for two reasons.
First, he witnessed his ex-fiancé – who was a CIA agent – oversee the exchange of United States weapons for South American drugs in New Orleans. He reported this information to his superiors at LAPD and to friends who worked for federal government agencies. His information was ignored, the LAPD labeled him crazy, and unknown snipers shot at him.
Second, the war on drugs started in 1972 with a budget of 101 million dollars. Today, the budget is more than twenty billion dollars and there are more drugs, they are less expensive, and they are of better quality. The simplest workable explanation for this situation is that the war on drugs is a façade for building a massive government drug business.
In the midst of considering what is true and what is untrue, I came across this 2007 story from the Idaho Observer. It ties Adolph Hitler to Nikola Tesla to Curious George to George Bush.
It sounds too bazaar to be true. Or does it?
It is difficult to tell when applecarts are upset.
I am just thinking here folks; however, I wonder with all of the hoopla about all of the scandals of the Secret Service… Is it possible that Obama, and others, are orchestrating this scandal to replace Secret Service members, who are bound to the U.S. Constitution, with an elite TSA like goon squad?
That’s another angle to consider.
Now that my applecarts are upset, I find myself questioning everything. I believe this is healthy. In fact, it is the first step to returning the applecarts to upright position.
I’ll write about that process tomorrow.
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