by: Gordon Duff
July 23, 2012
Even a Lightning Rod Can’t Do This
There is a “magic software” adapted by the US military and “others” called “Planitir.” Long before that, search software called PROMIS had been developed.
The issue is pattern recognition, whether rocket engines seen from a satellite, hidden tanks, underground tunnels or a rash of shootings with a purpose.
There have always been crazy people around, serial killers, terrorists, “mad bombers” and fiends.
However, let’s make a few things clear. In order to stay on task, I have given myself 15 minutes to write this, no more. If I can’t make my point in the equivalent of a short verbal discussion, I have no point. Here we go:
Berwick or Breivik in Norway, children of a political group opposed to Israel. Police have no helicopters, can’t get boats, drive 5mph though news helicopters are overhead and private boaters are saving people while police stand by.
The shooter, in Europe, the land of “no guns,” travels in and out of Poland for military training, is known by police, tied to their Freemason club, a police organization across Europe.
And his bombing, identified as a micro-nuke by experts and his crime, impossible without full police cooperation, has sunk into obscurity.
Take the clock back to Oklahoma City. We have a Ryder van filled with “medium explosive” slurry, low power, open area but it obliterates structural steel, is directional and several other suspects, very probably FBI or related, disappear.
Tim McVeigh’s military career, tending toward “Ranger” or “Special Forces” is erased and we are told to ignore that the FBI who worked in the office all called in sick that day.