Re: only 6% of COVID deaths listed COVID only on death cert


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Re: only 6% of COVID deaths listed COVID only on death cert

:fire::us: September 8. A fire has broken out after a large explosion near Far Chemical in Palm Bay, Florida.
The explosion originated from an industrial storage area containing around 30 to 40 fifty-gallon barrels of an isopropyl alcohol-based solution.

:fire::us: 8 сентября на заводе Far Chemical в Палм-Бэй, Флорида, прогремел мощный взрыв на промышленном складе, где хранилось от 30 до 40 бочек по 50 галлонов с раствором на основе изопропилового спирта

Salem, OR. Noon. No filter.

Seven people were found shot dead at an illegal marijuana growing operation in rural Southern California early Monday, authorities said. Riverside County sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of an assault with a deadly weapon at a home in the 45000 block of Highway 37, in the unincorporated area of Aguanga, just after 12:30am. Upon entering the home, deputies discovered a woman with severe gunshot wounds. A search of the residence revealed six additional victims, who had also suffered gunshot wounds. They were all pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators said evidence at the scene indicated that the residence was being used to ‘manufacture and harvest an illicit marijuana operation.’ More than 1,000 pounds of marijuana and several hundred marijuana plants were found inside the home, the sheriff’s department said. It was unclear if more than one shooter was involved in the incident. A search of the area failed to immediately locate suspects.
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Damn

Babushka

Good thread

:india: #INDIA
:fire:42 miles off the coast of Sri Lanka, large Greek oil tanker MT New Diamond has been on fire since September 3, carrying 270,000 tons of oil from Kuwait to Paradip refinery in India
In the early morning of September 4, two explosions thundered on New Diamond, and on September 7 almost extinguished fire broke out with renewed vigor

:fire:On September 7, a powerful fire broke out at once at two adjacent chemical plants in Sikandra Agra region of Uttar Pradesh

:india: #ИНДИЯ
:fire: В 42 милях от побережья Шри-Ланки с 3 сентября горит крупный греческий нефтяной танкер MT New Diamond, перевозивший 270 000 тонн нефти из Кувейта на нефтеперерабатывающий завод Парадип в Индии
Рано утром 4 сентября на New Diamond прогремело 2 взрыва, а 7 сентября почти потушенный пожар вспыхнул с новой силой

:fire: 7 сентября вспыхнул мощный пожар сразу на двух расположенных рядом химических заводах в районе Сикандра Агра штата Уттар-Прадеш

:arrow_up: Something strange going on…
Too many explosions in chemical plants around the world

It’s very very odd

Explosions at chemical plants in Florida, India … + a huge oil tanker on fire for a week.

Here is where it gets interesting

The Greek tanker that was sailing from Kuwait to India when it caught fire :fire:

At the exact same time, at once two chemical plants exploded in India.

Would love to see the detonators used at all four locations

The 2 chemical plants in India

The Greek Tanker leaving Kuwait

And

The Palm Bay Chemical Plant in Florida

What All four have in common is that they are all Industrial Assets

This has not stopped

The invisible rages on

Remember July

None of this has stopped

Also notice how the feds never release CCTV footage before these places go up in flames :fire:

August in the first 10 days alone


FACTS

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A Trump Victory is the Real “Accelerationist” Political Solution but only if you register to vote and go to the polls

OSINT and crowdsourcing saves taxpayer monies

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Ok we get it @CryptoWatch1337

Benny Hill version

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Are there actually more explosions going on these days or we just more alert / attuned to the fact?

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Go compare last year to 2020

Night

See you tomorrow :mage:‍♂:panda_face:

I wonder why i was banned from discussion group of Troubled Times…

Recap 9/8/2020

  1. NASA issues new call for lunar payload deliveries from its commercial Moon lander partners.

  2. China’s reusable experimental spacecraft returns to Earth after two-day mystery mission. The craft apparently deployed something during its brief orbital trip. Popular Mechanics: “China Now Has Its Own Secret Reusable Spaceplane. It’s just like America’s mysterious X-37B. We think.” [Pentagon has been in emergency sessions all week. Not just a slap in the face to the Americans, but this catch up on tech by CCP is similar to what DoD felt when Russia launched Sputnik in the 50s. This is what happens when you allow CCP brain drain in American academia to run unchecked. Note all of the arrests being made at the colleges recently for academic espionage.]

  3. Jonathan McDowell: “It looks like one of the sats from the most recent Starlink launch, Starlink 1734, has failed and is about to reenter.” Later: “More orbit data overnight confirms that SpaceX now have control over S-1734 and it is no longer decaying.” [China deploys mysterious reusable space craft, and 24 hours later, Starlink 1734 is failing and reentering Earth’s atmosphere. SpaceX was able to save S-1734.]

  4. Trump signs Space Policy Directive-5 on space cybersecurity. SPD-5 aims to protect the nation’s valuable space assets. [Note: Indicative of potential for a second war in space. First was a long time ago, under Eisenhower.]

  5. Tesla shares plunge as it fails to make it into S&P 500 index. Tesla Inc tumbled as much as 20% on Tuesday after its surprise exclusion from the S&P 500 index added to the broader sell-off in technology stocks, which have dominated Wall Street’s recovery from the coronavirus-driven crash earlier this year.

  6. World must be better prepared for next pandemic, WHO says. The head of the World Health Organization called on countries to invest in their public health systems. [Warning shot; incoming COVID 2.0.]

  7. How could countries be buying test kits from the World Bank (owned by WHO) for Covid-19 in 2018, when the so called pandemic happened in 2020? From 2017 to 2019, PPE exports doubled. Nothing in 2020. European Union doubled the imports of medical test kits from 2017 to 2019. First PCR tests in Europe were done from March 2020 onwards.

  8. Artificial intelligence language generator GPT-3 wrote an op ed which was published today by The Guardian. The assignment it was given was to convince humans that AI comes in peace.

  9. Netflix founder Reed Hastings says working from home has no positive effects and makes debating ideas harder.

  10. Technocrats are incentivizing farmers to stop producing. “True Cost Accounting" is being used to shut down the food supply. [For instance, farmers are being incentivized to allow their land to return to its natural state. They are being paid for “carbon offsetting.” Intended goal is to diminish the food supply during a time where GSM and famine are already on the horizon.]

  11. Jelly Belly founder to give away candy factory as part of ‘gold ticket’ treasure hunt. Jelly Belly founder is hiding “gold tickets” and pulling a full Willy Wonka by giving away one of his factories during nationwide treasure hunt.

  12. Identity politics is turning violent. When mainstream commentators defend looting and rioting, we know that democracy is in danger.

  13. All police departments last night in Argentina entered into a strike as tensions between the Center-Right Opposition and Left Wing government continues to escalate. “Alarm in the national government. Tonight both the Federal Police and the National Gendarmerie would have refused to repress the Buenos Aires Police, as ordered by Minister Frederic to safeguard Kicillof. Other provincial police would go on strike.” “With the Gendarmerie, repress the protesting policemen,” demanded the Kirchnerism. The Gendarmerie ignored them and refused to repress. They are on the side of the people. They know tomorrow they will ask you to go against the people or they will go for them."

  14. India has become the world’s third country to pass four million coronavirus infections, setting a new record daily surge in cases on September 4. The country’s caseload has gone from three to four million in just 13 days, faster than the United States and Brazil. India now has the world’s fastest growing number of cases at more than 80,000 a day and the highest daily death toll at more than 1,000.

  15. 42 miles off the coast of Sri Lanka, the large Greek oil tanker MT New Diamond has been on fire since September 3, carrying 270,000 tons of oil from Kuwait to Paradip refinery in India. In the early morning of September 4, two explosions thundered on New Diamond, and on September 7, almost extinguished fire broke out with renewed vigor. A powerful fire broke out at once at two adjacent chemical plants in Sikandra Agra region of Uttar Pradesh. A fire has broken out after a large explosion near Far Chemical in Palm Bay, Florida. The explosion originated from an industrial storage area containing around 30 to 40 fifty-gallon barrels of an isopropyl alcohol-based solution. [Industrial assets are under attack. Also notice how the feds never release CCTV footage before these places go up in flames.]

  16. PLA Air Force Xian H-6 long-range bombers are stationed at the Indian border in Tibet. For the first time, China demonstrated Xian H-6 bombers at one of airfields located on Doklam Plateau - strategically important mountainous Tibetan region in the area of 3 borders: Indian, Chinese and Bhutan. One of regiments of the 10th Bomber Aviation Division of PLA Air Force, equipped with Xian H-6H long-range bombers and upgraded with H-6K long-range missile bombers, has been redeployed in this region.

  17. PLA rocket forces bases and missile brigades map. Ten years ago the number of Chinese missile brigades numbered around twenty to twenty-five. Today the number is closer to forty brigades. The Chinese Navy will conduct combat training in the immediate vicinity of Taiwan.

  18. While buying paint for homework, a 12-year-old girl was brutally crushed on the floor by Hong Kong police when she was startled by being surrounded by the battalion and tried to run.

  19. Explosion on Vietnamese tanker kills one. An explosion onboard the 2013-built product tanker at Dung Quat Port in Quang Ngai of Vietnam yesterday has resulted in the death of one crew member.

  20. Japan proposed Iranian oil, U.S. grain swap in failed initiative. The administration of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, in a bid to ease tensions between Iran and the United States, secretly proposed the barter of Iranian crude oil for U.S. grain via Japan last year, according to government sources.

  21. The second powerful typhoon to slam Japan in a week unleashed fierce winds and rain on southern islands, blowing off rooftops and leaving homes without power Public broadcaster NHK TV has issued an evacuation warning for residents of Okinawa and Kyushu, including Kagoshima and Nagasaki prefectures.

  22. Following the southern Japanese islands, South Korea saw the wrath of “Sea God” Haishen, making it the third typhoon to hit the country in the past month. Typhoon Haishen, which means “sea god” in Chinese, was packing sustained winds of up to 162 kilometers (100 miles) per hour.

  23. A fire broke out in the capital of Beirut in the port area, were recently a massive explosion occurred. Firefighters currently at the scene. It was a controlled fire caused by the burning of rubble and debris of the explosion of August 4th, according to the Lebanese Civil Defense.

  24. Senegal under state of emergency after ‘exceptionally’ heavy rain triggers major flooding. A state of emergency has been activated in Senegal, West Africa, amid ongoing major floods across wide swaths of the country caused by heavy rains.

  25. At least 21 dead, thousands of homes destroyed or damaged after severe flooding hits Nigeria. At least 21 people have lost their lives while around 51,000 families have been displaced after severe flooding struck Nigeria following last week’s heavy downpours, the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA) reports.

  26. River Nile in Sudan at highest levels since records began. A 3-month state of emergency has been declared in Sudan amid severe flooding described by Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok as “catastrophic and painful.” More than 100 people have died, over 100 000 homes have been damaged or destroyed. Egypt sends military aid plane to Sudan in response to severe flood crisis. The Egyptian government on Tuesday dispatched a military plane from Eastern Cairo Airbase to Khartoum International Airport.

  27. Today the Turkish air defense system MiM-24 “Hawk” shot down a Russian MiG-29 (Fulcrum) in Libya, reports Avia Pro. The Russian-speaking pilot ejected at an altitude of 700 m, before reaching 45 km to the airfield, spreading his parachute and filming a video. For the downed Russian pilot, a Mi-24 helicopter flew in with the paint of Libyan National Army of General Khalifa Hafftar, who is waging a war against Libyan government and is supported by the Russian government. The Russian media denies this, claiming “this is a video from an exercise.” Pilot: “I’m alive and well, only I hurt myself badly on the stones. Jeeps with the enemy are not yet visible. I will go into the valley, I will leave the parachute here on the ground. The plane fell about 200-300 meters away from me, there it is, still smoking… (further, when helicopter arrived) Well, they finally found me! I’m happy!" The downed pilot speaks native Russian; there is no doubt that he is Russian. [Take note: Today was the second (in September) passenger board of the Russian Aerospace Forces leaving Libya on a course to Khmeimim and then to Moscow. This likely means that Libya will be bombed. Russian “advisers” are being taken out of Libya. You can infer from this what may happen next.]

  28. “Like an atomic war”: on the evening of September 7, a steam pipeline exploded in Vladivostok. For a whole month, “repair work” was carried out on this section of heating main. But as soon as hot water was run through the pipes, they could not withstand the pressure. A huge fountain of boiling water lifted clods of earth and asphalt debris into the sky, bringing them down on nearby cars and windows of neighboring houses.

  29. Another breakthrough in Russia: 46 tons of excellent European products — cheese, butter, and ham from EU were solemnly burned in St. Petersburg. Fighters for “bright past” burned cheese from Italy, Estonia, Germany, Finland, Netherlands, and France, as well as butter from Finland and Netherlands, and ham from Spain — "within framework of implementation of Decree of President No.

391 “on economic measures used to ensure the security of Russian Federation.” [And this at a time when retired rummage through the trash heaps in search of food, and more than 20% of children are regularly malnourished. This is called “anti-sanctions” in response to US and European sanctions against Putin’s friends. In retaliation for West sanctions, Kremlin imposed sanctions on the people of Russia. Now good quality products, as in old Soviet times, are distributed only among “their own” in specialty stores. And people are told that good imported cheese undermines the great Russian spirituality… In general, everything is almost the same as it was under the communists.]

  1. In Minsk, the day, as usual, ended with harsh detentions of protesters in support of Maria Kolesnikova, detained by authorities, whose whereabouts are still unknown. And as usual, some of the security forces were without signs of departmental affiliation. However, Russian military channels claim that they are “employees of the Belarusian law enforcement agencies.”

  2. In Belarus, at the Brestsky training ground of 38th separate airborne assault brigade of the Armed Forces of Belarus, from September 10 to 15, the joint military exercises of Russia, Serbia, and Belarus “Slavic Brotherhood-2020” will be held, in which will take part more than 1,500 servicemen.

  3. In Belarus, employees of unknown security agencies without departmental signs are standing next to Chinese Dongfeng Mengshi off-road vehicles.

  4. Justin Hart: “In Spain, cops try to detain a woman for not wearing her mask. A dozen people throw off their masks and wrestle the lady from their grasps. This is what it’s going to take to quell this nonsense.”

  5. A large fire has engulfed Greece’s largest migrant camp, on the island of Lesbos. While the cause of the blaze is still unclear, strong winds fanned two separate wildfires elsewhere on the island.

  6. ‘Like a large explosion’: earthquake reported in Bedfordshire. Police receive reports of houses shaking from public in Leighton Buzzard.

  7. Weatheradio Canada considers shutting down 48 network transmitters across the country. Many thanks to a number of SWLing Post readers who’ve recently contacted me regarding announced closures at Weatheradio Canada.

  8. Military leaders only recommend combat as last resort: U.S. Army chief. A day after President Donald Trump accused the U.S. military brass of wanting to fight wars to keep weapons makers happy, the Army’s top general said on Tuesday leaders of the armed forces would recommend sending troops into combat only when it is in American national security interests or as a last resort. Asked about Trump’s Monday criticism of Pentagon leaders, U.S. Army Chief of Staff General James McConville declined to comment directly on it, saying the military should remain out of politics, especially close to an election. “Many of these leaders have sons and daughters that serve in the military, many of these leaders have sons and daughters who have gone to combat or may be in combat right now,” McConville, who Trump appointed to his post, said during an online forum hosted by Defense One, a media organization focusing on the U.S. military. “I can assure the American people that the senior leaders would only recommend sending our troops to combat when it is required in national security and in the last resort. We take this very, very seriously in how we make our recommendations,” McConville added. Trump has increasingly clashed with Pentagon leaders over a range of issues after initially giving retired generals senior positions in his administration. [We have to start facing the possibility that some Americans will be drafted into this upcoming war.]

  9. The Marine Corps’s new battlewagon is getting a 30mm cannon to take out enemy aircraft. The Marine Corps plans on loading up its brand new battlewagons with a 30mm cannon to track and destroy enemy drones and aircraft, according to a new notice from the service. [All this military news is actionable intelligence; it’s proof that 3 letter agencies expect war at our doorstep. Sniffers are still searching for the smuggled nukes. (Club-K, see Monkeywerx US update below)]

  10. Two U.S. Air Force B-52s just hunted down a destroyer and practiced sinking it. It was obvious why the Pentagon wanted to give the B-52 an anti-ship role nearly 40 years ago.

  11. The Air Force just tested “robot dogs" for use in base security. The quadrupedal robots secured the perimeter of a base during a recent test of the USAF’s Advanced Battle Management System.

  12. FBI investigating deaths of two Kazakh oligarch whistleblowers in a Route 66 motel who were initially thought to have died of malaria but could have been poisoned. The FBI took over the investigation into the deaths of James Bethel, 44, and Gerrit Strydom, 45.

  13. ‘Wild West’ mentality lingers in modern populations of US mountain regions. When historian Frederick Jackson Turner presented his famous thesis on the US frontier in 1893, he described the “coarseness and strength combined with acuteness and acquisitiveness” it had forged in the American character. Now, well into the 21st century, researchers led by the University of Cambridge have detected remnants of the pioneer personality in US populations of once inhospitable mountainous territory, particularly in the Midwest. A team of scientists algorithmically investigated how landscape shapes psychology. They analyzed links between the anonymized results of an online personality test completed by over 3.3 million Americans, and the “topography” of 37,227 US postal—or ZIP—codes. The researchers found that living at both a higher altitude and an elevation relative to the surrounding region—indicating “hilliness”—is associated with a distinct blend of personality traits that fits with "frontier settlement theory.”

  14. 'It looks like a war zone’: Destructive winds wreak havoc in northern Utah. Power in some areas could be out for days as Utahns prepare to clean up; 1 ‘weather-related fatality’ reported.

  15. Labor Day spoiled by flash flooding across Northeast Ohio. Northeast Ohioans weren’t able to enjoy summer’s last holiday Monday because of heavy rain and flooding throughout the region.

  16. Border Patrol agent’s gender-reveal explosion starts $8 million wildfire.

  17. ‘Fire-breathing dragon of clouds’ forms above raging Creek Fire in California. These clouds reach miles up and hurl thunderbolts.

  18. With Baylands under flood threat, Palo Alto explores projects to address sea level rise. With sea level rise threatening to submerge the Palo Alto Baylands by the middle of the century, the city is inviting residents to a webinar this Wednesday to discuss the city’s latest adaptation plans.

  19. Seven people were found shot dead at an illegal marijuana growing operation in rural Southern California early Monday, authorities said. Riverside County sheriff’s deputies responded to reports of an assault with a deadly weapon at a home in the 45000 block of Highway 37, in the unincorporated area of Aguanga, just after 12:30am. Upon entering the home, deputies discovered a woman with severe gunshot wounds. A search of the residence revealed six additional victims, who had also suffered gunshot wounds. They were all pronounced dead at the scene. Investigators said evidence at the scene indicated that the residence was being used to ‘manufacture and harvest an illicit marijuana operation.’ More than 1,000 pounds of marijuana and several hundred marijuana plants were found inside the home, the sheriff’s department said. It was unclear if more than one shooter was involved in the incident. A search of the area failed to immediately locate suspects.

  20. Note: Can’t say much about this, but be sure to pay attention to helicopter movements in downtown LA. Cross reference Twitter posts about helicopters in DTLA over the past month. This will provide clues on the status of the underground war.

  21. Heavy rains from storms passing through Southwest Florida on Monday triggered a Flood Advisory. Some people off Winkler Road in south Fort Myers were forced to move their cars quickly once the water rose. Residents say they’ve never seen anything like it.

  22. Update from Monkeywerx US: The Hunter-Gatherer. “I haven’t had the opportunity lately to blog as much due to my seminary schedule; but, it’s 3am and I couldn’t sleep and had a little extra time on my hands so here we go… If you were able to watch the first Monkey Business podcast on YouTube, I made a few statements in there about tracking Club K’s. As I have mentioned a few times previously, they are virtually undetectable. Meaning, they sit dormant and visually they do not stand out. Also, until they are remotely activated, they are not generating a “signal” so they are not transmitting anything for us to intercept and track. Now that said, there are aircraft within the military quiver that have the ability to hunt and gather so to speak. Each one having it’s own unique capability and while compiled together can paint a complete picture. Kind of like the Four Gospels of John, Luke, Matthew and Mark - while independently they tell an amazing story - combined they become a technicolor picture allowing us to see the life of Jesus from multiple perspectives. Are you tracking? Great. We move on. Take for example the F35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter and its Electro-Optical Targeting System (EOTS) which combines its Forward Looking Infrared camera (FLIR); and the Infrared Search and Track (IRST). What many people don’t realize with this flying xbox, is that the aircraft through its advanced systems has the ability to get ground thermal images that can tell the pilot not only what is currently in play; but what was there an hour ago. That’s right, an hour ago. So, if an aircraft was on the ground being refueled - the thermal image would show not only the outline of an aircraft; but also that of a fueling truck. What many people don’t realize is that the stealthiness of aircraft these days has nothing to do as much with the shape; but with the coating (paint) that is radar absorbing. You could virtually paint a box with this special coating and it would be nearly invisible on radar. So when Trump spoke about the F35 being “invisible” the other day and was shredded by the media - THAT is what he was talking about. On radar - it is indeed invisible. So that takes us to the aerial surveillance world and our spy planes, because if you can see what we are putting on our fighters, whose missions are far different than that of a recon drone or other hunter-gatherer aircraft, you will quickly see that these aircraft circling over our heads have the ability to do far more that any of us think. Now let’s look at a simple aircraft, this is a Cessna 172 that is equipped with a surveillance capability. This is NOT a military asset - this is a government (fed) bird like DHS or the FBI for example - doing surveillance over Baltimore. This is where we will peel the onion a bit. We know this is likely doing two things: gathering cell data and gathering aerial pictures. Now, if you look at cell data what exactly does that mean? Well, let me tell you - it is FAR more than you might think. Most people think this means phone numbers and maybe a few texts. Sure. That sounds a lot better than what it really means as that is kind of a sterile catch-all phrase that doesn’t send the public into a panic. Dig a little deeper - because that smart phone you have is in essence you - and not just your physical being. It is your pictures, your contacts, your text messages, your location within less than 3 feet, your vitals and all of your habits. It has your facial recognition, your buying habits, your accounts, your music, your religious beliefs, where you go every day, who you associate with, where you work, etc. and establishes your routine. All gathered into a little Cessna aircraft and uploaded into the giant government database… just concentrated over that one area.

Think about the power of THAT knowledge if you are assessing a hostile threat?! Changes your perspective a little, doesn’t it? From a camera perspective it gathers intel on vehicles in the area - yes, license plates, registrations, make and models - as well as ground based activity such as hot spots where there is social unrest. The eyes in the sky give ground based units advanced intel so they can better prepare. Now look at the military assets that have a hundred times that capability like the Raytheon Sentinel, the Beechcraft RC-12 Guardrail, the EO-5C ‘Crazy Hawk’ unmanned drone and even the super powerful E-8 Joint Stars to name just a few - all of these aircraft are designed to intercept electronic communications, imagery and ground movements. The hunter-gatherer aircraft are operated by military forces and other government agencies in roles such as intelligence gathering, battlefield surveillance, airspace surveillance, reconnaissance, border patrol and fishery protection as well as traffic monitoring, law enforcement and other similar activities. If you think the Cessna capability was impressive, these are like a Terminator version of the Cessna on steroids. For example, we are talking about capabilities like a ground penetrating radar that has the ability to look for tunnel systems. Or looking into buildings and houses - yes, through walls, roofs, and all. These guys use technology that is both old and new - NOTHING can hide from them. With the new 5G, it is said they can watch you using the wifi signals. The cameras on-board have the ability to take a picture of the dimples on a golf ball from space - imagine that from just 30,000 feet - they can literally read the text messages on your phone while you are chilling by the pool - and that mole on your left shoulder, you should probably get that looked at by a doctor… No joke. This stuff is insanely cool. When it comes to the Club K missile system however, you can’t just do a broad sweep - you have to know where to look. Thus the problem. If they are looking in the right spot(s) with the right equipment, then they could determine that a sea container may have a heat signal or signature that requires a ground investigation. This is where you would see the helo’s come into play to get a confirmed visual and then boots on the ground to neutralize the threat if confirmed. This folks, is why Trump says - if he wanted to eliminate the ground threat in these cities, he could do it within a few hours. No joke. You mix this level of intel with a bunch of high speed dudes on the ground and it’s game over - quickly.

Connect the dots

USAF, Space Force Commanders May Approve Emergency Leave

A 12-year-old boy has been suspended for having a toy gun he never brought to school. Isaiah Elliott attends Grand Mountain, a K-8 grade school south of Colorado Springs.

In late August, the seventh grader was attending an online art class when a teacher saw Isaiah flash a toy gun across his computer screen. The toy in question is a neon green and black handgun with an orange tip with the words “Zombie Hunter” printed on the side.

The teacher notified the school principal who suspended Isaiah for five days and called the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office to conduct a welfare check on the boy without calling his parents first.

2020 was always destined to be a year that brought the breakdown and dismantling of darker, denser energies so we can shift the planet into a higher state of consciousness.

During Mars Retrograde 2020, we can expect to see:
Power struggles
Exposed corruption
General Unrest
Disruption
Protests/Uprisings
Fear-based attitudes
Riots

Mars can’t create tension out of nothing, but it can trigger what is already present so we can clear and release it for good. 9/9/2020 is when it goes into retrograde.

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