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MUST WATCH – Fired Generals result of Failed Nuclear False Flag on Charleston? Nuke Detonated in Atlantic?

[Ed. Note: This video ties in with the Karen Hudes interview here. ~MRH]

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5 comments to MUST WATCH – Fired Generals result of Failed Nuclear False Flag on Charleston? Nuke Detonated in Atlantic?

  • Ed_B

    Four things. First, the seismic signature of a nuclear blast is completely different from that of an earthquake, landslide, or other earth movement. These differences are like those between a gunshot and thunder. Loud booms, for sure, but it is not difficult to tell one from the other. Governments in all first world countries fund researchers who watch seismic events VERY closely. If a nuke, even a baby one like this, had been detonated hundreds of people would know about it and its location, probably within minutes of the blast. There is no way that this could be kept a secret.

    Second, a 1-kt warhead is physically quite small. The US Army has a version of this that fits inside a 155 mm (6 inch) cannon shell. The US Navy uses a similar warhead on some of its torpedoes and perhaps depth charges as well. This is a battlefield tactical nuke, not something that is mounted onto an ICBM or shorter range missile like the old Pershing missiles.

    Third, where was the wave that a supposed nuclear blast would necessarily create? This should create a tsunami-like wave of at least measurable / noticeable size. What happened to it? A large part of the US East coast should have seen something IF there was a nuclear blast in the waters off of the US coast.

    Fourth, radiation? Nope. Must have been one of those ultra-clean “stealth” nukes. lol

  • Truthseeker

    In response to your four points, I can say that you may be completely correct. But I must respectfully disagree with you. Let’s consider those points:

    Point one was addressed in the video. Apparently some unknown, unsourced, SMF experts believe that this seismic signature was consistent with a Nuclear blast.
    All the well funded, world-wide seismic researchers you cite, may in-fact know that the event was an anomaly, but with no official resource confirming the blast actually occurred, they may be left scratching their heads. They may be oblivious. Or they might even suspect a nuke test of some sort, and the U.S. denied any activity in the area. Either way, they report what the instruments tell them.

    As far as there being no way that this could be kept secret. Really? Ever hear of a little project called Manhattan? 130,000 people worked on this project from 1939-1945, at dozens of locations. They kept it totally secret until the day the bomb went off. And, your assuming that just because hundreds of people/governments know about this alleged detonation, that the American people would be kept in the loop. Do you think the U.S. government would really admit that some rogue generals, under the orders of the President, refused to nuke an American city to start WW3?

    Interestingly, we’re talking about it. Karen Hudes knows about it. Anthony Gucciardi has a high level source who knows about it. The EU Times wrote about it. So I’d say that many people do know what allegedly happened. So, it appears that you are correct. True or not, this has not been kept secret.

    Point two: Really is largely irrelevant. Assuming the unknown, unsourced experts conclusions are true, the video addresses this point also, stating that the seismic activity was consistent with a one kiloton device. We all know that seismic waves and sound waves travel very efficiently through water. The seismographs show a 4.5 quake. We don’t know anything about the signature, due to lack of an available seismologists official review.

    Point Three: Just how large a wave could a one kiloton device at 620 miles out to sea cause? I don’t know. How deep was this thing blown? Miles deep? Hundreds of feet? in what underwater terrain? Could it be that the generals who ordered this thing detonated way out there at sea, know where it should be detonated to minimize the possibility of a tsunami? After all, the U.S. military knows how to create a tsunami. Just google “Tsunami bomb”. There were tests off the coast of New Zealand beginning in 1944. Also at over 600 miles, and well over the horizon, it’s doubtful that anyone would see the flash, let alone any of the other accompanying signs of a one kiloton nuke. That’s if it were a surface detonation.

    Point four: See point three above for relevant questions related to this. How much radiation would reach the surface if it was blown very deep? None? a little? Only the military knows for sure. They detonated hundreds of underwater shots. If there was a radiation signature, who besides official sources, would be looking for it, or reporting on it? And even if detected, would they be allowed to disclose the information to the public?

    Too many questions to come to a conclusion one way or another. But is it possible? Yes. Could it be hidden? I think so. Did it happen? We may never know.

  • MRH

    To both Ed_B and Truthseeker–great debate. I love reading your comments–clean, well thought out and making valid points on both sides of the argument. We may never know what happened or didn’t happen. The “fired” generals may come forward, but don’t you believe that part of the goal of the “administration” was to discredit them?

    Once again, it is wonderful to see critical thought live and in person! I just wish more people would use this greatest of gifts.

  • DD

    Every time you slap this kind of garbage on your site, you lose credibility.

  • erving bumplemier

    that sounds about right

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