Will Congress bow to Nuclear Blackmail?
Jim Stone, Sep 6 2013
Many of my readers have seen my article Nuclear Blackmail, which outlines the mysterious disappearance of helium 3 and the resulting inability of America to detect nuclear weapons moving into the nation through the ports, and also to track them around the country. Because helium 3 is a byproduct of the nuclear weapons industry, there is no reason at all for the lack of it in America, yet this is precisely what has happened – America ran out of it and because nuclear weapons detectors, which look for neutrionos, actually consume helium 3 and need to be replenished, they are all now offline and America cannot protect its ports.
Now the big question
Is our Federal government being blackmailed with a nuclear threat from Israel to attack Syria? Consider this – Never in the history of this nation has the government lacked the support of the people so strongly with any other topic. Even Faux News is reporting that support for the war is hovering around 15 percent, with 85 percent of the people against it. The real number? 91 percent of the American populace is against this war. And if you have a number that high, you can bet that the top 30 to 40 percent are rabidly opposed to this war.
If America really is still a democratic republic, numbers like these are a death sentence to those in office
There is no way the Israeli lobby or any zionist front could ever convince the elected leaders of a nation to act against numbers this strong. I believe that there is a very high probability that the American government is behaving belligerently because it has been placed under threat. And if such a threat is in place, it’s probably WAR ON.
But it’s not just nuke cameras that are the issue when it comes to Israel, and it is not just Magna BSP
Sweden is also now under the threat of nuclear blackmail, with it’s largest nuclear facility rigged to explode if they do not live up to Israeli threats and it did not even take a nuke camera to accomplish it.
But wait, there is more
With the absense of helium 3 around the world, many nations can no longer protect their ports so a nuclear threat can be brought into any nation now, EXCEPT ISRAEL AND PERHAPS RUSSIA AND CHINA, disguised as any object. And what objects won’t ever be tampered with? What objects will be put in place and left there untouched for years? What objects are there around the world that are placed in safe locations that are highly prominent and smack dab in the middle of large government oriented cities, that will never be demolished and take enormous public approval to have moved or removed?
ANSWER: Works of art. You can’t have a butt ugly Magna BSP owl put just anywhere but you SURE can have a butt ugly spider.
And the body is not even that of a spider, it looks pefectly shaped to house an implosion nuke. I am not saying these spiders which are popping up everywhere have nukes in them, but I will say they would make prime candidates. First of all, it’s an ugly object of dread anyway. Second of all, these are placed in the most prime locations for nuclear weapons to go off. And thirdly, I can’t think of any city that would actually want to have an image like this in a highly prominent location, who cares if the artist was famous, these spiders in fact do not really belong anywhere.
And I have another question here, WHAT ON EARTH IS SENATOR GRAHM DOING TALKING ABOUT NUKES GOING OFF IN CHARLESTON NOW, ESPECIALLY AFTER THAT INFOWARS REPORT ABOUT NUKES GETTING SHIPPED TO THE EAST COAST?
It sure would not take a demon spider to make that scenario happen, all it would take is a few rogues in the nuclear trail. I could not find out if Charleston has a spider or not because Google and other search engines blanked the topic. Since there are only 30 or so of these spiders around the world so far, with more going into major cities rapidly now, I doubt Charleston has one, and if it does it would not match the infowars scenario anyway. And once again, I have received no information about these spiders with regard to nukes, I am only saying that their locations, appearances and relative newness are highly suspicious from a perspective of nuclear blackmail and that with the absense of helium 3 and Israel having no moral compass whatsoever, as well as an inability to launch ballistic nukes due to their political location, getting nukes into works of art would be absolutely prime.