I want to make sure that I am clear when I say that what I am about to do is present a conspiracy theory. I have to also say that conspiracy theories are pretty much hypothetical in a sense that nothing can be verified, they can only be speculated about with the evidence that has been presented. The evidence presented must be sourced and if you choose to believe you do so at your own risk and at times your own peril.
I want to make sure that we are clear that this is only a conspiracy theory. If you choose to think about it, then I suggest that you do your own research and hopefully you may find something that I have overlooked.
It is interesting to note that Israeli Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was not in attendance; in fact, this was the third summit he has boycotted. This summit has generated a bit of a buzz in the alternative press because of what President Obama said while attending.
He stood at the podium and what he said as raised a flag as a possible hint of what might be happening in the near future. Obama’s words, as Gordon Duff’s article for PressTV reported, were in response to the Dutch Prime Minister Rutte, who “had just finished congratulating Iran on its [nuclear] cooperation, lauding the United States for a diplomatic success.”
For some reason, these words have struck an ominous chord on social networks and blogs. This has also sparked my interest in speculating on what was meant and why the summit was buried in the distraction of the missing Malaysian plane.
I remember that this theory was one of the first theories presented and has probably planted some wicked seeds of an incredible conspiracy that has been weaved for some time. That conspiracy theory is that somewhere in the United States or elsewhere, someone is plotting a nuclear attack on the United States or Israel in order to guarantee world war by the summer of 2014.
The missing Malaysian plane has spun enough nuclear fears and many of the conspiracy theorists have unapologetically dropped an information bomb that has been spreading like wildfire all over the United States.
There also seems to be a rumor going around the Internet that Israel has stated that if they are threatened or if they perceive that they are threatened they would not hesitate to use nuclear weapons if necessary to defend Israel.
The mysterious closure of these facilities is generating some conspiracy talk about a project only known as the ‘Samson Option‘ which is a program that smells of a scorched earth policy if anyone decides to kick at Israel.
“According to reports from plane-spotters, Israel has an identical Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777-200 in storage in Tel Aviv since November 2013. The only visible difference between the missing plane and the one in Tel Aviv would be its serial number. What do the Israelis have planned with the twin Malaysia Airlines plane?
By using the twin aircraft they have in storage, the terror masterminds may have a sinister plan for the missing plane to seemingly reappear in a false-flag atrocity. Public awareness of the twin plane in Tel Aviv, therefore, could prevent the evil plot from going ahead.”
This seems to be nothing more than some “nuclear fear breeding” and while it is considered noteworthy we must also consider motive. Is the so-called ‘Samson Option’ a real motive for a false flag nuclear attack on the United States?
Is any of it real?
Coincidences never cease in the world of conspiracy yarns.
“The US Air Force has sacked nine mid-level nuclear commanders and will discipline dozens more in a test cheating scandal, officials have said.
Nearly one in five of the Air Force’s nuclear missile officers have been implicated in a ring of cheating on monthly proficiency tests.
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James has said the nuclear force is suffering from “systemic problems”.
Commanders of the 341st Wing’s three missile squadrons – each of whom is responsible for three nuclear missiles – were also fired, the Associated Press news agency reports.
Ninety-one missile launch crew members at Malmstrom have thus far been implicated in the cheating scandal, including more than 40 who face disciplinary action that may include dismissal…
It is the latest scandal to hit the US Air Force and nuclear missile force.
Defence Secretary Chuck Hagel had previously ordered a high-level review of the US nuclear forces, saying he was “deeply concerned” about morale and discipline among nuclear officers, while insisting that US nuclear arms were safe.”
Previously, Fox News reported on October 11, 2013: “Maj. Gen. Michael Carey was removed from command of the 20th Air Force, which is responsible for three wings of intercontinental ballistic missiles — a total of 450 missiles at three bases across the country.”
The Associated Press reported that same day that, “the second-in-command at U.S. Strategic Command, Vice Adm. Tim Giardina, was relieved of command amid an investigation into alleged gambling issues. Strategic Command is responsible for all Air Force and Navy nuclear forces.” CBS reported it weeks earlier on September 30, 2013.
All of these events are all pieces in the ‘DEFCON puzzle’ and the fear of a false flag nuclear event happening in the United States is not new. One even wonders if it’s all just coincidence theory brought on by some ‘Dr. Strangelove’ mentality.
However, we have been so desensitized to an all-out mutual destruction that when it is brought up someone who is uncomfortable about the topic will accuse anyone who brings it up of being a doomsayer or being a ne’er do well ‘Chicken Little‘ claiming the sky is falling.
We have all taken for granted that if any nuclear warhead is launched and meets its target, it would most assuredly be from some nation who has an axe to grind with us. We have already been programmed to believe that any attack against our country is a blow to freedom and that those who attack must hate freedom.
During the review, there was a dispute over how many bombs were loaded and how many arrived. Some reports claimed that six bombs left Minot AFB, but only five arrived at Barksdale and the munitions squadron commander was relieved of his duties. Crews involved with the mistaken load including all ground personnel were also decertified for handling munitions.
Once the “all clear, nothing to see here” was issued, Americans went on their daily information diet of reality shows and sports events.
For more than 20 days now, we have been subjected to report after report about the missing Malaysian plane. The media has not discredited or even discouraged that idea that a military false flag is in the works and so now it can only be a hypothetical nightmare that belongs only in the area of conspiracy theory.
The odd thing is that this conspiracy theory has had its roots in what the mainstream narrative wishes that you think long and hard about: The possibility that this is a clandestine military operation that will eventually result in a nuclear conflagration in an area that America will be forced to defend.
Let us hope that it won’t be in our own back yard.