Mike Adams: ‘UFO’ Video-Recorded Over Los Angeles Was a Thermonuclear Missile Launch

11.21.2015 #BlacklistedNews

This video is part one of a 4 part video produced by Mike Adams, reporter for Health Ranger. After you listen to there should be links that come up for the rest of the other parts.

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Published on Nov 8, 2015

The launch of a Trident missile (thermonuclear weapons platform) over Los Angeles is the US Navy’s warning to China and an effort to prevent escalation into World War III.

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US Military Operation Inherent Resolve 2015: Where We Stand in the Mideast, Maps

Some re-posted statistics, charts, maps, links courtesy of www.defense.gov

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Jesse Anocibar removes a bolt on a C-130 Hercules aircraft on Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, Nov. 13, 2015. Anocibar is a crew chief assigned to the 455th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron. U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Robert Cloys

11.19.2015

Your tax dollars at work:

Where does America currently stand in the Mideast? How much territory has #ISIL gained or lost since the summer of 2014?

It all depends on whose maps you believe are accurate, and whose statistics you think are truthfully represented. Posted on our own US military site designed for public consumption, the following statistics are available below. Other maps at the end of this report have been curated from diverse sources across the web. It’s a fluid ever-morphing situation, so a map from April 2015 might look considerably different from a map displaying territorial regions from November.

I try to gather and study at least 6-10 maps every few months and look for large changes. “Syria” as it was once known by geographic boundaries, arguably, no longer exists.  Neither is there any longer a distinct “Iraq” as it might have looked in 2003, right before the US invasion.  There might be a collective memory of the old Syria, but outside of a few clusters of densely populated areas along the Mediterranean coast, Assad’s “Syria” is gone. Enter the newest geographic term: ‘Syraq’. Was this the actual long term goal of US foreign policy since the year 2000 all along? I have to wonder.

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The Emergent ‘Syraq’

In the very last map posted in this report, a large elongated triangular region of parts of the [old] Syria and the [old] Iraq are shown as being under ISIS control. These areas are rich in oil and natural gas reserves and are dotted with lucrative wells and energy infrastructure. Are we to believe that this dreadful current outcome was the intended goal for US military interests, having lost 5,000+ American lives, maimed thousands more, killed nearly countless Iraqis, and cost between 3.9 and 6 trillion dollars?  That’s the current estimated price tag from 12 years of Mideast of war – 2003-2011- if we include the cost of Afghanistan.

Our US military continues to report that they are degrading and disrupting the flow of income from oil and gas within ISIL controlled regions, but the maps I am looking at [ dozens of them, daily ] seem to present a different story. Who can we really believe?

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As of 3:59 p.m. EST Nov. 12, the U.S. and coalition have conducted a total of 8,125 strikes (5,321 Iraq / 2,804 Syria).

  • U.S. has conducted 6,353 strikes in Iraq and Syria (3,695 Iraq / 2,658 Syria)
  • Rest of Coalition has conducted 1,772 strikes in Iraq and Syria (1,626 Iraq / 146 Syria)

The countries that have participated in the strikes include:

  • In Iraq: (1) Australia, (2) Belgium, (3) Canada, (4) Denmark, (5) France, (6) Jordan, (7) The Netherlands, and (8) UK
  • In Syria: (1) Australia, (2) Bahrain, (3) Canada, (4) France, (5) Jordan, (6) Saudi Arabia, (7) Turkey and (8) UAE

As of Nov. 14, U.S. and partner nation aircraft have flown an estimated 57,301 sorties in support of operations in Iraq and Syria.

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#BREAKING: Malaysian AirAsia Flight 8501 Reported Missing Over Indonesia with 162 on Board

In an aviation news moment which can only be referred to as sickening, chilling and utterly bizarre, another large commercial jetliner flying over Indonesia in Asia has been reported missing, with some 162 persons on board. The plane was en route to Singapore and is registered as being Malaysian. The Reuters online news report states the number of passengers on board the missing plane as 155, so there are apparent discrepancies in various breaking news reports.

AirAsia Airbus Flight 8501 lost contact with air traffic approximately 5 hours ago at about 7:24 a.m. On the Air Asia website there is no mention of the missing jetliner as of 9:30 pm pacific time:

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A screen grab of the main Air Asia website shows no mention of the missing jetliner as of 9:30 pm on December 27th 2014. The jet has now been missing for 4-5 hours.

For Twitter updates follow hashtag #AirAsia or click here:  https://twitter.com/hashtag/AirAsia?src=tren

You can also find more posted info on Twitter under hashtag #QZ8501 or click https://twitter.com/hashtag/QZ8501?src=tren

This story is still breaking and I will update it frequently as I learn more.

Re-posted from ABC News Online:

AirAsia Airbus A320-200 Goes Missing Over Pacific

PHOTO: An AirAsia Airbus 320, not pictured, has gone missing on a flight from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore, Dec. 27, 2014.

An AirAsia Airbus A320-200 has gone missing on a flight from Surabaya, Indonesia, to Singapore, according to the National Agency Search and Rescue Republic of Indonesia.

The plane, flight QZ8501, which reportedly had 162 people on board, lost contact at 7:24 a.m. local time near Belitung Island, Indonesia, according to a statement from AirAsia. It was scheduled to land in Singapore at 8:30 a.m. local time.

“At the present time we unfortunately have no further information regarding the status of the passengers and crew members on board, but we will keep all parties informed as more information becomes available,” AirAsia said.

The aircraft was an Airbus A320-200 with the registration number PK-AXC.

Search and rescue operations were in progress, AirAsia said.

The plane lost communication with Indonesia’s Surabaya airport 42 minutes after takeoff, when it was believed to be over the Java Sea between Kalimantan and Java islands, Hadi Mustofa, an official of the transportation ministry told Indonesia’s MetroTV.

Mustofa said the plane had seven crew and 155 passengers.

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore said it was informed about the missing plane by Jakarta ground control about half an hour after contact was lost.

“Search and rescue operations have been activated by the Indonesian authorities,” it said.

The Singapore air force and the navy also were activated with two C-130 ready to assist Indonesia authorities in the search, according to the aviation authority.

“We remain ready to provide any assistance to support the search and rescue effort, the CAAS said.

A waiting area was set up at Changi Airport in Singapore, where the plane had been scheduled to land, with facilities and support for relatives and friends of the passengers on the plane.

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The website for Air Asia airlines is http://airasia.com