Monday, October 29, 2012

How to set off a FALSE FLAG and blame it on Iran...or YOU

10.29_EMP

It's easy, just set off an EMP--electromagnetic pulse--that could be used against the continental USA by the same malignant forces that were behind the 9/11 FALSE FLAG and blame it on Iran, or bloggers or anyone Wall Street or the FED or Israel doesn't like.

Secretary of WAR Panetta has already warned of a cyber attack that will hit the USA, another Pearl Harbor type of traitorous act that would be blamed on Iran or YOU, so Iran could be Shocked and Awed into oblivion or you could get tossed into a FEMA detention camp, at the tender mercies of some Blackwater type of sadistic goon.
In what Boeing is calling "a new era in modern-day warfare," a missile has fired bursts of high-powered microwaves at buildings and fried their computers and electrical systems - without damage to the structures themselves.

The missile is known as CHAMP, or Counter-electronics High-powered Advanced Missile Project.

Its makers are looking to one day change modern warfare, by defeating electronic targets with little or no collateral damage, including loss of civilian life.

The successful test was carried out at the Utah Test and Training Range on 16 October by Boeing’s Phantom Works team and the US Air Force Research Laboratory Directed Energy Directorate, along with Raytheon Ktech, which supplied the high-power microwave (HPM).

The hope is that such technology will in the future deliver a sucker-punch to enemy's systems before soldiers' boots hit the ground, said Keith Coleman, CHAMP program manager for Boeing Phantom Works, quoted in the company's writeup of the test:

"This technology marks a new era in modern-day warfare. … In the near future, this technology may be used to render an enemy's electronic and data systems useless even before the first troops or aircraft arrive."

Are such weapons actually non-lethal?

Such an attack could close businesses and federal agencies, disrupt hospital service and communication, potentially knock out medical devices such as insulin pumps and pacemakers, and knock offline life-sustaining, critical infrastructure, including communications, energy networks, and food and water distribution networks.


The Washington Times quoted Peter V. Pry, a former CIA official and current executive director of the Task Force on National and Homeland Security that advises Congress on EMP and other threats to the critical infrastructures, who said that a mere blackout was minor compared with a nuclear or natural EMP disaster:

"Rogue states or terrorists armed with a single nuclear weapon detonated at high-altitude over the United States could cause a protracted blackout nationwide, that would last months or years and might even be unrecoverable."
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Rogue states or terrorists? Like the illegal and immoral thieves at the Federal Reserve, who are starting to get a bit antsy now that some nations are demanding that their gold be returned or accounted for?

What if the gold isn't there? The FED has already admitted that it doesn't hold any gold.

An EMP would be a nice way to fry the records so no one could be held accountable for all that missing gold, which was probably spirited off to the Negev Desert and smelted down to build a Golden Calf.

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