Somebody is revving up covert military activities and if you live west of New Mexico and south of the state of Washington you might have witnessed it; I did.
On Saturday evening November 7, while driving home shortly after dark I happened to notice just above the trees a very bright light. I thought it was a spotlight shining from the ground and reflecting off of a hazy atmosphere but this picture is very similar to what happened next.
Needless to say, I was quite astounded and pulled my truck over to get out and take a better look. This video showcases the incredible display of an object that the military is claiming to be a Trident II D-5 missile (the fireworks really start at about 1:20).
I need to point out that this is one of the most fantastic things I’ve ever witnessed at night. I was able to watch it blast up higher into the sky for well over 5 minutes, so the size of the object must have been immense. Could it be a missile? I thought I was looking at a missile when I witnessed it but the glow of the afterburner lasted for several minutes and the quality of the glow was quite ethereal. Virtually nobody who has witnessed this has seen anything like it before so the context in which to decipher the information basically does not exist.
Here in this news report a LAX representative announces that the military is closing off commercial aircraft from flying over the Pacific in order to conduct operations. They also discuss an operation that happened 6 years ago in downtown L.A. in which military helicopters buzzed around buildings with armed soldiers in fatigues. The Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 that was passed shortly after the end of the Civil War did away with these military procedures in private citizen’s lives but The Patriot Act and several other bills allowed that infringement to return. Click on this link to get the L.A. news report the day before the missile event.
Reports also poured in of other objects associated with this event. People can have a lot of fun trumping up photoshopped anomalies around events like this but this information should not be quickly dismissed without being considered. DAHBOO7 raises some relevant questions that have occurred to me, e.g. why would they do this test off of a densely populated coast as opposed to much further out in the open sea?
With global tensions high and on the increase over issues such as the Middle-East, China and the Ukraine (Russia), military operations such as this are quite unnerving. If indeed this was an ICBM, this sort of technology is capable of delivering a nuclear payload to any point on the Earth. That message is loud and clear.
Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change does a great job of spelling it out.
In closing I’ll share two thoughts of mine that are aroused over this subject. The first was an event that took place in Norway just 6 years ago in 2009. There was much confusion over the incident until the Russians, who initially denied it, finally claimed it was a failed missile test. Whatever kind of missile that is capable of creating these effects is beyond the scope of what I would consider ‘conventional’. It’s obvious that the technologies being used here in both events are quite similar.
Another point is of an event that occurred in roughly the same area as San Diego’s recent missile test. Back in 2010 thousands of people witnessed what appeared to be a ballistic missile launch off the coast of Los Angeles. Of course, hardly anyone could agree on what it was because the U.S. military denied that they had anything to do with it. Some speculate it was a Chinese show of force.
Michio Kaku claims on FOX News that it was a jet. Do you buy it?
You always know the government and its disinfo agents are up to their shenanigans when they start having press releases like this tweet from ABC15 Arizona. Nice try, idiots.
Is this event something to be concerned about? You better believe it. Whatever group of psychos are in charge of these operations, they don’t answer to anyone and they have lots of big, deadly toys to play with. Keep your wits about you and remember to always look up. You never know what you may witness!