Something’s Fishy About The USS Fitzgerald Story

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Under no circumstances should a US Navy vessel possibly be damaged by a container ship at sea. Multiple systems exist to prevent this. Even CNN is noticing how little we know about the catastrophe that took the lives of seven sailors and almost caused a powerful warship to founder.

https://s14-eu5.ixquick.com/cgi-bin/serveimage?url=http%3A%2F%2Ft0.gstatic.com%2Fimages%3Fq%3Dtbn%3AANd9GcRVMf6VZBE0lv-KmPIKsedj535xF2G7kfKtQleBXVae17anKKAF&sp=706896c744d90f3a8f5c4620b577874a&anticache=790609The USS Fitzgerald, an anti-ballistic missile destroyer that was part of the USS Ronald Reagan carrier strike group, will no longer be ready to defend the carrier and other ships from missile attacks launched from North Korea, should push come to shove in the current confrontation with the rogue regime on the threshold of the capability to attack New York, Los Angeles, and our power grid with nuclear missiles.  This is an incident that could affect the outcome of a nuclear confrontation of historic moment.

Brian Joondephyesterday noted how the media have distorted what really happened, by reporting a “collision,”…

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2 thoughts on “Something’s Fishy About The USS Fitzgerald Story

    1. Well, I did a reblog to give you a little larger audience. That said, if I were going to be “really paranoid,” I would ask “what did those seven sailors know that meant they had to be silenced.” But, really, I do not know enough one way or the other to comment beyond simply a reblog, and certainly not enough to warrant asking that question beyond the most casual of inquiries. Again, I do not know enough to comment one way or another. But the purpose of this blog is to present controversial ideas, theories, and events with the warning that the reader must decide for themselves rather than being spoonfed some particular narrative by the mainstream media. Maybe some of my readers will dig deeper.

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