Sunday, September 18, 2011

Vigilance Required as More Nuke Material Goes "Missing"

Brandon Turbeville
September 17, 2011

While the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) constantly reinforces the need for rape downs at every American airport, invasive prison-like searches at NFL football games and, eventually, shopping malls and city streets, as well as the EPA’s new “safety” policy that will require farmers to gain a CDL to operate farm equipment (also for our safety), there is no doubt that it is finally time for the American people to admit that our government cannot and does not protect us from every danger in life. Nor should we want it to.

Indeed, the increasingly totalitarian and oppressive behavior being exhibited by the US government is nothing more than a poorly crafted and thin disguise for a police state. The agenda of centralizing power and curbing more and more Constitutional rights continues to move forward using crisis creation, outright lies, and false flag terrorism.


The average citizen is not in a position to trust or believe anything that comes out of the mainstream media or government agencies regarding any aspect of life that might relate to them as a result of this agenda. Considering the historical precedent, one would hope that the American people were a bit more hesitant to do so in the first place, not just questioning slick looking politicians but the very premise of the framed political debate – particularly, the one surrounding the war on terrorism.

Yet, unfortunately, there has arisen a new danger of a false flag terrorist attack inside the United States or even one being staged in another country which may be justified to further crack down on civil liberties in the United States or another illegal war against a foreign nation.

In a report
issued by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on September 8, the US government claims that it cannot account for or track thousands of pounds of “highly-enriched uranium and separated plutonium.” While the initial report received little attention in the mainstream or even the independent media, this is a serious issue because this radioactive nuclear material is “weapons usable.” That is, it could be used to make a nuclear or, in the parlance of our times, a “dirty” bomb. 



The history of this material can be traced all the way back to the Eisenhower administration when the US government sold 38,500 pounds of “fissile material” under the guise of assisting in the development of civilian nuclear energy programs. Of course, the conditions upon the sale of the material were that the purchasing nation had to keep it safe, could not use it for weapons, and the US had the option to take back the material.

Some of the material is reported to be held by our “allies” – France, Germany, and Japan. However, the United States has 27 “Nuclear Cooperation Agreements” (NCA) with 27 other countries including China, Colombia, and Ukraine. In the past, the United States has held these agreements with 11 other countries -- of these would be Israel, Pakistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, and Iran.

That’s right. The United States has held a NCA with Iran -- the nation that we are supposed to shake in fear at the bare mention of the name because it might acquire nuclear weapons sometime in the future. Colombia, Pakistan, and Venezuela have been victims of the American “terrorist” propaganda machine as well. Yet they also have NCA’s with the United States. Obviously, at the time, the United States had other goals in mind in regards to these countries. Apparently, when the NCA’s were held, it was not yet in the globalist schedule to push for invasion.

Yet, even at a time when there is so much fear-mongering over several these nations, the US government doesn’t seem worried, at least outwardly, about the missing nuclear material.

In an article for Wired, Jeffrey Lewis of the Monterey Institute of International Studies stated, “It’s amazing how completely cavalier the Department of Energy has been at tracking this. They’ve got nobody to worry about this on a day-to-day basis.”

The Department of Energy, predictably, is downplaying the entire situation. Josh McConaha, a spokesman for the DOE’s National Nuclear Security Administration, stated “Between the International Atomic Energy Agency inspections and the reporting requirements, we think those safeguards are effective and internationally sanctioned.”

Bear in mind, Mr. McConaha is suggesting that the IAEA inspection teams the United States would not trust to deal with Iraq, and will not trust with Iran, should be trusted in regards to the missing nuclear “weapons usable” material. He is also suggesting that the national security of the United States, a country where even a couple making out in an airplane bathroom is cause for panic, simply should rely on the honesty of the nations that are supposed to be in possession of the material. Again, this is a claim that is in direct contradiction to the public behavior of the US government which claims it cannot trust a number of these nations.

Indeed, both of these explanations for the apparent lack of concern on the part of the US government, regardless of which position one decides to take, blows a hole in the foundation of the government-sponsored paranoia in regards to terrorism. Either the lack of ability to account for missing nuclear bomb-making material is an enormous threat to national security and should be met with a massive government response, or the threat of international (and domestic) terrorism is not as real as we are being told by Big Sis and the mainstream media.

Yet this colossal “mistake” could come in very handy if one were going to stage a false flag terror attack that might be blamed on one of these “rogue” nations or “al-Qaeda.” After all, the DHS and other government Gestapo agencies have been warning about a dirty bomb attack inside the United States for years.

One might be able to overlook these reports, however, if there weren’t other recent incidents of a similar nature.

In an article published by The Intel Hub, Shephard Ambellas discusses how the Department of Homeland Security and local law enforcement actually “lost” their own bomb at a drill being conducted at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix, AZ. The drill was conducted about two weeks ago.

There is really not much to be said for the incident because DHS and law enforcement participants simply lost the explosives in the course of the drill. At least that is what they claim.

Of course, there are some obvious questions to be asked in regards to this exercise. Why were live explosives being used if it were only a drill? Why were these explosives in a position to disappear in the first place if they were in the possession and control of the departments conducting the drill? How did anyone, with the total prison complex that American airports have become, make off with live explosives owned by DHS, when DHS knew they were missing shortly thereafter? How did they become missing in the first place?

All of these questions are legitimate. Yet, they also point to another question -- were these explosives lost intentionally?

Like missing nuclear material, roving explosives might serve as an excellent pretext for a false flag attack in the future and would serve to explain why the explosives and other material used in this attack were DHS, military, and US government owned and controlled. There would be a need to explain away the “conspiracies theories” that would dare suggest the government itself might stage a false flag attack for the purpose of mass manipulation.

If these missing explosives were used in a false flag “terrorist” attack, the offending parties could easily use the excuse that the reason the material used in the attack belonged to them was because it was stolen from a DHS exercise. Therefore, DHS needs better funding and more compliance from the general public to keep them safe, as well as a drastic reduction in those pesky Constitutional rights.

Likewise, an attack using the missing nuclear material could easily be blamed on target countries like Iran. This, too, would result in the increase of a police state and the suffocation of the last civil liberties we have left as well as another illegal war.

Indeed, one would be justified in wondering if these two supposedly separate incidents might somehow be connected. Although we cannot automatically jump to conclusions and suggest that there is a sinister plot behind these types of incidents, given the government track record of false flag attacks like 9/11, WTC bombing, and OKC,
as well as the underwear bomber and Christmas tree bomber -- we cannot be too anxious to attribute these acts to mere coincidence or ignorance.

Keep in mind, a similar incident where nuclear material went inexplicably missing, the Rogue B-52 incident (see here and here) which occurred in 2007, was potentially going to be used as a cover to launch a war on Iran four years ago. This looming false flag war provocation was courageously exposed by Webster Griffin Tarpley in the now famous Kennebunkport warning.


The United States and the American people cannot afford another false flag terror attack. Nor can it afford another illegal war and crackdown on civil liberties and Constitutional rights. Another incident that initiates such fear and anger among the population will most likely drive the final nail in the coffin of the Republic. On a large enough scale, it will kill any chance of revolution or restoration of freedom that we have left in this country.

We cannot allow this to happen.

It is for this reason that we must publicize these incidents as much as possible and expose the previous false flag attacks perpetrated on the general public. In order to prevent such events from occurring we must have the courage, as well as the knowledge, to point them out before they happen.

While this is not a call for knee-jerk reactions, it is a call for constant vigilance. We must always be called to alert whenever governments and its agents makes mistakes which are almost too stupid to be believed. Indeed, stupidity is almost always used as a cover for calculation.


Brandon Turbeville is an author out of Mullins, South Carolina. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Francis Marion University where he earned the Pee Dee Electric Scholar’s Award as an undergraduate. He has had numerous articles published dealing with a wide variety of subjects including health, economics, and civil liberties. He also the author of Codex Alimentarius - The End of Health Freedom, 7 Real Conspiracies and Five Sense Solutions.

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