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Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 04:08:26 PMmaybe they read BG...
Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 05, 2020, 03:39:52 PMI doubt the Iranians are that delusional, you can probably count on one hand the number of Muslim nations who can stomach, let alone support, Iran. Their only Muslim friend in the Middle East is Syria, and maybe Lebanon because of Hezbollah. In the rest of Muslim world, only the odd bit player like Sudan (and previously Libya) would back them. The vast majority of the Muslim world is too beholding to the oil rich Arab Gulf states who detest Iran to do anything to support them in "international Islamic action against the US."
Quote from: Dr. MD MD on January 05, 2020, 04:06:13 PMI look forward to it, Garyâ€™s friend.
Quote from: Stupid Robbings on January 05, 2020, 04:13:28 PMGary is nice enough to me, but he has understandably resented my defending Hoagland at times. Now, it seems that there might be hope for the two of them to seriously kick some major ass, as the effective unit they've been before.The artifacts on Mars will become the biggest story in history, since the Resurrection of Christ. It will usher in the Antichrist. Richard C Hoagland and Gary Leggiere, have done more work on this enigma than any outside of NASA. I preDick that their continuing mission will appear front and center in the World arena.
Quote from: Dr. MD MD on January 05, 2020, 04:10:36 PMThey do. Iâ€™m convinced of it. Weâ€™re small but mighty.
Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 04:08:26 PMHa. You should be writing their scripts. Already they brought up, maybe they read BG, the 'wag the dog' stuff after you posted that.
Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 04:18:14 PMSee RCH thread. Hogue was on the show and said there was no face on Mars and all of RCH's theories was just his "religion" and "belief." Things got heated.....
Quote from: Stupid Robbings on January 05, 2020, 04:25:25 PMHouge? You mean Hoagland or somebody else? Please post a link.As NASA controls the data, there is no way of verifying anything. Even the images we all can see, might not be what the human pattern recognition ability makes them out as. None of that matters. What matters is that the controversy fuels beliefs of all sorts, for and against. Funding for a mission to Mars is the objective to prove one way or another. The money will probably just go for some more advanced secret project instead, but the issues will be manipulated to deceive people into following the Antichrist.The artifacts on Mars, are part and parcel of the Strong Delusion, prophesied for the End Times, which we are now in.
Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 04:19:33 PMI recall every so often some Russian bots post nonsense spam so I think the whole world, at least various 'agencies' and scammers, monitor BG! Praise MV Liberace!
Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 05, 2020, 04:21:35 PMYeah, I can hear it now:Intern: "Wake up Mr Hersh, that Duke character has posted again."Seymour: "Tell the op-ed editor to stand by....we may have something hot in the offing"
Quote from: Juan on January 05, 2020, 04:31:24 PMIran announced an $80-million reward for anyone who brings in the head of the blond-haired lunatic. I think this a good excuse to go with Ron Paulâ€™s solution - issue Letters of Marque.
Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 04:31:02 PM"Psychic" researcher John Hogue. Who is never wrong in his predictions, though apparently edits and revises frequently. https://www.blogtalkradio.com/tosom/2019/12/30/john-hogue-takes-a-deep-time-look-ahead-to-whats-coming
Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 06:41:30 PMOut of curiosity. Has anyone got any information on who was actually killed that supposedly started off this latest stuff? News I've seen say "contractor" "civilian contractor" or "US contractor." But does that mean a US citizen, someone of other nationality/citizenship who works for a US company in a contractor position? And what contractor company (and country of registry) was the employer? And who was funding? And what was this "contractors" job description? ps: this is about the first one, not the recent ones killed in Kenya.
Quote from: Stupid Robbings on January 05, 2020, 07:04:13 PMThe civilian would have been either a Natural Born, or green card. The company the civilian was employed with might well have been foreign, if not Blackwater (Academi). As the name has been withheld, I suspect the answers to your most astute questions must be controversial.U.S. contractor killed, service members wounded in rocket attack on Iraq baseThe attack reportedly involved as many as 30 rockets fired into the base, which is hosting coalition troops.https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/u-s-contractor-killed-service-members-wounded-rocket-attack-iraq-n1108096Dec. 27, 2019, 3:23 PM HSTBy Phil Helsel and The Associated PressA U.S. civilian contractor was killed and several service members and Iraqi personnel injured Friday in a rocket attack on a base in Iraq, military officials said.The attack on the base in Kirkuk occurred Friday morning, said Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve, which is tasked with fighting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. The base is hosting coalition troops, the military said in a statement.Kirkuk is in the northeastern part of the country, south of Erbil.The name of the person killed was not immediately released. The military said Iraqi security forces were leading the response and investigation.The Associated Press, citing anonymous officials, reported that as many as 30 rockets were fired into the military base.Security forces found a launchpad for Katyusha rockets inside an abandoned vehicle near the base, Reuters reported, citing security sources.
Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 05, 2020, 07:17:02 PMSince the fatality was neither a serving member of the armed forces, or a DoD civilian, the DoD has no authority to announce the individual's identity. If it was going to be announced by the USG, it would probably be by State. More than likely no name would have been released pending return of his remains and completed arrangements, and then only with the concurrence of the family. The DoD takes this "privacy" thing very seriously, to the point as a supervisor I could not have the phone numbers of civil servants and support contractors who reported to me without their express approval.
Quote from: Stupid Robbings on January 05, 2020, 07:24:18 PMPrivacy would be a convenient contrivance for cover of desirable secrecy. What are the odds that the American contractor was a permanent resident of Arab descent, working for Acadami?
Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 05, 2020, 07:32:29 PMWould make no difference. If he's not a serving member of the US military or a DoD civilian on official business at the time of his death, the DoD has no authority to release any personal information.
Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 07:34:43 PMBut what about local authorities, travel logs, autopsy, insurance claims, death benefits, customs, etc certainly some information could be found, leaked, or etc? "Contractor" is such a general description. Not that any life is worth more than another- but are we starting, potentially, new wars- or even the next 'big one'- due to a Filipino dishwasher hired by KBR who was killed? Or some ex-military hire doing some black stuff? And I thought a major point of "contracting" was to out-source and therefore help eliminate our costs and implications/potential of escalation when deaths occur? I'm glad we got the Iranian but don't like escalation in the region that is always so potentially volatile, especially as we have open borders and a suicidal 'refugee' policy. Call me a cynic but if we can't even keep personal records and details of SEALs, police, and others I find it hard to believe that "contractors" have such privacy. I still get letters from OPM about all the data breaches. Even FITBIT leaked out details of DoD persons movements. But these "contractors" are nameless despite being the alleged cause for military action?
Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 05, 2020, 07:45:29 PMI'm just telling you what the law and privacy regulations say. Leaks and personal data hacking are outside the law. Hell, we had a DoD civilian get arrested for manslaughter and drunk driving, was shown on TV being arrested and his name mentioned for a few weeks in the news after the mishap. The day after it happened, we were reminded we could not publicly confirm his name or that he worked in our organization. Seemed kinda silly considering he was shown and identified on TV and in the local paper, but that's the way it was.
Quote from: Stupid Robbings on January 05, 2020, 07:41:01 PMYou must have inadvertently misunderstood the question. I didn't ask if it made any difference or not. What I asked is, what the odds are that either he or she might be a green card Arab working for Acadami?It's not as if you're here to lead US astray from the facts, now is it?
Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 05, 2020, 08:00:51 PMAnd I said it would make no difference with respect to the DoD's authority to release the information, simply stating a fact. If you think there is something else involved, that's fine.
Quote from: albrecht on January 05, 2020, 07:57:03 PMI'm just surprised that no journalist, whistle-blower, enemy, fellow employee, or family member hasn't leaked any details. And why no reporters or anyone seems to wonder or ask questions? Who? What? Where? Why? Considering the costs, and potential costs, of war for a "contractor" killed. (Assuming that is the reason for the killing and escalation. )
Quote from: Stupid Robbings on January 05, 2020, 08:12:01 PMI was asking your expert opinion. The fact that you don't give it, shows that you have integrity enough not to lie, but that you are yet weasel enough not to say.
Quote from: Uncle Duke on January 05, 2020, 08:14:01 PMI can only give "expert opinion" on what I know. I did that.