Sunday, April 09, 2006

Linkage (not pleasant) to bomb testing in June

I have found what I believe is a legitimate link between the recent announcement by the U.S. government that it will detonate a bomb on June 2nd (that will cause a mushroom cloud to rise over this area) with the looming specter of war with Iran.

Before we get to that linkage I'd like to point out that, thankfully, our representative in DC is speaking up about the dangers of this test, and what he's got to say should scare the shit out of all of us:

http://www.thespectrum.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060408/NEWS01/604080311&SearchID=73241047101084

I believe that this particular test is intended as a warning to Iran, as was the nuclear bombing of Japan more of a warning to Stalin than a tactical device used to defeat an already vanquished foe. Not only are we being forced to pay for this sinister gesture but we here in southwest Utah get to absorb all of the poison that it will generate.

The following article is from Saturday's headlines concerning the U.S. government's plan for a nuclear attack on Iran. The timing of this upcoming test is no mere accident. (Make sure you scroll down to the diagram in the article, it depicts exactly the same type of bunker busting bomb being detonated at the Nevada Test Site.)

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml;jsessionid=C3HY5I431EHHRQFIQMGSFFWAVCBQWIV0?xml=/news/2006/04/09/wbush09.xml&sSheet=/portal/2006/04/09/ixportaltop.html

It will not be safe for anyone who comes in contact with this cloud. I personally think IT IS indeed a nuclear test. Detonating it where other nuclear blasts have been conducted in the past will provide a ready excuse when radioactive fallout is detected downwind. This dangerously toxic cloud will be explained away as the residual dust and particles from previous tests. No worrys.

Don't ever forget that we have evil monsters in control who don't give a rats ass about our welfare. Take that to the bank. We are all in deep doo-doo if these things come to pass! Mark my words!

If I'm wrong------we can all thank God later.

Please don't go back to sleep!

4 comments:

Monkey said...

tinyurl.com is your friend, don't be afraid.

beamis said...

Thank you very much Monkey. Who'd a thunk they would come up with a website for overly long URLs? What a godsend.

Here's hoping Prague will have a warm spring!

Uncle Jelly said...

Where is the gotdam gratitude, fer chrissakes? You should be rapturous at your good fortune, gettin' to breathe the first particles of Armageddon dust.

Cut out a big line and snort it fer me.

beamis said...

Oh how I cherish the words from my boys deep in Georgia.