Monday, September 21, 2009

Did Someone Under U.S. Air Force Command Steal a Nuclear Warhead Weapon at Barksdale Air Force Base?

This story is one of those government stories I recall hearing back in 2007, but I do not remember really focusing too much on it, because I naively accepted the government's story that it was a simple mistake. You can read the original story in Military Times by clicking this sentence.

Basically, an Air Force bomber left the Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota heading for Barksdale Air Force base in Louisiana with live nuclear weapons in violating of numerous laws and military protocols. When the bomber arrived in Louisiana, the ground crew noticed that the bomber had active nuclear weapons on the wing. The initial reports stated that five (5) bombs were discovered, but this number was later changed to six (6). When you analyze the limited evidence that is out there, it appears that we have a good ol' fashioned conspiracy theory on our hands where it appears that someone operating under a special chain of command within the United States Air Force just stole a nuclear weapon.

As a result, there is one big conclusion that also leads to several questions that need to be investigated and answered:

Six nuclear warheads were shipped from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota.

Five nuclear warheads were recovered at Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana.

And my resulting questions:

1. Who authorized and ordered this shipment of nuclear warheads?

2. Who currently has control of this missing nuclear warhead?

3. Why? What is the purpose and intended use of this warhead?

4. Is a treasonous cabal plotting the use of a nuclear weapon on American soil against American citizens, disguised as a terrorist attack?

Can you say false flag attack? Someone somewhere has control of a missing nuclear warhead. Who? Cheney? Rumsfeld? Rockefeller? Greenspan? Geithner? Queen Elizabeth? George Soros? Brzezinski? None of the above? I agree with the original author that Congress needs to investigate this matter ASAP. Otherwise, this nuclear weapon may come back to haunt us in a terrible way some day.

Source: The Geronimo Manifesto

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