Thursday, March 27, 2008

Search For Lost Nukes In US leads to Hundreds Of Planes Grounded

SPECIAL REPORT. The "misplaced" nuclear warhead fuses: tip of iceberg

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You neverknwo,

a B-52 bomber was equipped with six nuclear
warheads mounted on Advanced Cruise Missiles and
then flown from Minot Air Force Base in North
Dakota to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana
last August 30. They were mounted on the wings of
the bomber. When the plane landed it was reported
to have only 5 nuclear missiles onboard. (Check my
souces at the "Broken Arrow" link
provided )


According to sources, a group of officers within
the US Air Force became aware of the theft of
these missiles and their nuclear warheads and
intercepted them at Barksdale.

After this event somehow leaked to the media, the
story began to change. Military.com removed their
original report after I exposed the missing nuke
error.

Importantly, I gathered a second source fron MSNBC
to confirm the 5 nuke blunder.
White House apparently scrambled to concoct a
story to account for the theft. They came up with
a lulu. They told us it was all a 'mistake'. The
six nuclear warheads had been mistakenly mounted
on Advanced Cruise Missiles, which were then
mistakenly mounted on the wings of the B-52, and
then mistakenly flown to Louisiana. If we are to
believe the White House's absurd story, nobody
among the crew of the bomber was even aware of the
deadly cargos attached to the wings of their
aircraft.

I reported the nukes were missing then Madsen
claimed they were intercepted by
renegade officers of the US Air Force who are
opposed to attacking Iran with nuclear warheads in
a plan that was devised and was being allegedly
overseen by Dick Cheney. According to Madsen, a
U.S. attack on Iran using nuclear weapons was
scheduled to coincide with Israel's September 6
air attack on a reputed Syrian nuclear facility in
Dayr az-Zwar in northern Syria. The interception
of the nuclear warheads apparently caused the
White House cabal to defer an American
coordination with the Israeli attack until such
time as the problem of the intercepted nukes was
resolved on the domestic front.

I also came up with an astounding revelation that
has been ignored by our controlled media. I
pondered the thought of people connected to the
theft maybe being silenced, so I did research on
dead Air Force solders and put together the first
astonishing video report here on L.L.

I was the first to indicate that six
members of the US Air Force who were directly
involved in loading or transporting the missiles,

were killed within 7 days of the Barksdale
interception. Their deaths have been ruled
'accidents'. I repeat, these deaths happened
within 7 days of the incident! The odds against
this happening are mind boggling.

The victims according to CLG include Airman First
Class Todd Blue, 20, who died while on leave in
Virginia. A husband and wife from Barksdale Air
Force Base were killed on Shreveport-Blanchard
Highway while riding a motorcycle. Adam Barrs, a
20-year-old airman from Minot Air Force Base was
killed in a crash on the outskirts of the city.
First Lt. Weston Kissel, 28, a Minot Air Force
Base bomber pilot, was killed in a motorcycle
crash in Tennessee. Police found the body of a
missing Air Force captain John Frueh near Badger
Peak in northeast Skamania County, Washington.


It has been surmised by many that those directing
the nuclear thefts embarked on a cleanup operation
to silence any persons who were not part of the
conspiracy but had knowledge of exactly what had
gone down at Minot and Barksdale Air Force Bases.
It defies common sense to come up with any other
explanation for the six deaths, a figure that may
already be out of date. Any further deaths may
quite possibly be kept from the media.
John Fish a Weapon Specialist from fort Bliss

While the White House has concocted a coverup
story to explain the, theft of six Advanced Cruise
Missiles carrying nuclear warheads, it has not
explained why it is that six such missiles were
loaded at Minot, but ONLY FIVE ARRIVED AT
BARKSDALE! There is only one possible explanation.
Somewhere between the Minot and Barksdale, the
plane landed to deliver one missile with its
warhead.


In my humble opinion, the people who have that
nuke and missile in hand are quite possibly
planning a second 9/11 to complete the grand
design they call a New world Order. It was on
9/11/91
that George Bush announced their Project the world
where they were headed. We
now may be on the precipice of the final act in
the creation of a new Empire Amerika.

I have never more sincerely wanted to be proved
wrong. I hope my reasoning is crazy, my facts are
what they are, and I'm merely going through the
the process of confirming it. Those
feelings, however, do not suffice to allay the
dark thoughts that come to mind regarding what I
see as a truly scary event.

video

The Associated Press - 17 minutes ago
WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Robert Gates has ordered a full inventory of all nuclear weapons and related material in response to the military's ...

New York Times Blogs, NY - Mar 25, 2008
By Mike Nizza Now that the parts — four electrical fuses for ICBM’s — are back in American hands, an investigator is trying to find out “how this error ...
Shipment error adds concern about protection of US nukes Arizona Republic
Return to Sender: The Taiwan Nuke Slip TIME
Four detonators for nukes mistakenly sent to Taiwan TheNewsTribune.com
Transnational Institute
all 1,106 news articles »

Who blew nuke-fuse deal?
Salt Lake Tribune, United States - 12 hours ago
By Matthew D. LaPlante An investigation now under way into the wrongful transfer of ballistic missile fuses to Taiwan likely will center on the employees ...
Taiwan says did not dismantle US missile parts
Reuters - 14 hours ago
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's defense minister on Thursday said the island did not dismantle and examine nuclear missile parts mistakenly shipped by the ...
Observer: Wrong address
Financial Times, UK - 18 hours ago
The revelation that the US military mistakenly shipped fuses for nuclear missiles to Taiwan - it had meant to send helicopter batteries instead - has left ...
China Protests US Missile Fuse Mistake
The Associated Press - Mar 26, 2008
BEIJING (AP) — China strongly protested to the US on Wednesday over the mistaken delivery of fuses for long-range missiles to Taiwan, the latest incident ...
China upset over errant US missile part shipment
CNN International - Mar 26, 2008
BEIJING, China (CNN) -- China on Wednesday expressed its "grave concern and strong displeasure" over what the United States said was an accidental shipment ...
Red faces in US at nuclear blunder
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - Mar 26, 2008
THE US Defence Secretary, Robert Gates, has ordered an investigation into how his department mistakenly shipped secret nuclear missile fuses to Taiwan 18 ...
US-China relations questioned after mistaken shipment of missile fuses
International Herald Tribune, France - Mar 26, 2008
AP WASHINGTON: The US military's mistaken delivery to Taiwan of electrical fuses for an intercontinental ballistic missile is raising questions over US ...
China concerned over US nuclear parts mistake in Taiwan
Reuters - Mar 26, 2008
BEIJING (Reuters) - China expressed deep concern and dissatisfaction with the United States on Wednesday after the Pentagon said to mistakenly shipping four ...
Oops! US mistakenly sends nuclear missile parts to Taiwan
Toronto Star, Canada - Mar 26, 2008
WASHINGTON–By all accounts and the Pentagon's own admission, there is little similarity between a helicopter battery and a fuse used to trigger a nuclear ...
US sent missile fuses to Taiwan in error
Seattle Times, United States - Mar 26, 2008
By Josh White AP video | Defense Department sent arms to Taiwan WASHINGTON — The Defense Department mistakenly shipped nuclear-missile fuses to Taiwan more ...
US erred on nuke delivery
Detroit Free Press, United States - Mar 26, 2008
BY NANCY A. YOUSSEF • MCCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS • March 26, 2008 WASHINGTON -- The US military mistakenly shipped four nuclear-missile detonators to Taiwan in ...
US says missile parts mistakenly sent to Taiwan
Los Angeles Times, CA - Mar 26, 2008
Helicopter batteries were ordered, but Minuteman fuses arrived. Officials reassure China that the delivery was in error. By Julian E. Barnes and Ben DuBose, ...
US admits Taiwan nuclear error
The Press Association - Mar 25, 2008
US military suppliers admitted they accidentally sent four triggers for nuclear missiles to Taiwan in 2006. The air force base in Wyoming was supposed to ...
Taiwan: US first told island to dispose of sensitive missile parts ...
International Herald Tribune, France - Mar 25, 2008
AP TAIPEI, Taiwan: The US originally asked Taiwan to dispose of missile parts it mistakenly sent to the island but then asked for them back after realizing ...
Missile Parts Sent to Taiwan in Error
New York Times, United States - Mar 25, 2008
By THOM SHANKER WASHINGTON — Instead of sending helicopter batteries, the United States shipped four electrical fuses for Minuteman nuclear missile warheads ...
Nuclear Parts Sent To Taiwan In Error
Washington Post, United States - Mar 25, 2008
By Josh White The Defense Department mistakenly shipped secret nuclear missile fuses to Taiwan more than 18 months ago and did not learn that the items were ...
US admits Taiwan nuclear error
Aljazeera.net, Qatar - Mar 25, 2008
The US military has admitted mistakenly shipping electrical fuses used to trigger nuclear warheads to Taiwan, raising concerns over US security procedures ...
US admits to mistakenly sending nuclear missile parts to Taiwan
Financial Times, UK - Mar 25, 2008
By Demetri Sevastopulo in Washington The US mistakenly sent nuclear missile components to Taiwan in 2005, the Pentagon revealed yesterday, ...
US accidentally sends Taiwan missile parts
Radio Australia, Australia - Mar 25, 2008
The United States has been embarrassed by revelations it accidentally sent Taiwan some highly classified parts for an intercontintental ballistic missile. ...
US accidentally sent nuke fuses to Taiwan
Radio Australia, Australia - Mar 25, 2008
Defence Secretary Robert Gates has ordered an investigation into the mistaken export of four missile triggers to Taiwan. [Reuters] The Pentagon has admitted ...
US mistakenly sent nuclear missile fuses to Taiwan
Reuters - Mar 25, 2008
By Kristin Roberts WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The US military mistakenly shipped four fuses for nuclear missiles to Taiwan in 2006 and never caught the error, ...
US sends nuke fuses by mistake
CNNMoney.com - Mar 25, 2008
The military mistakenly shipped 4 fuses for nuclear missiles to Taiwan in 2006 and never caught the error, the Pentagon said, acknowledging an incident ...
US sent nuclear missile fuses to Taiwan in error
Guardian, UK - Mar 25, 2008
The Pentagon mistakenly shipped four electrical fuses for Minuteman nuclear missiles to Taiwan, officials said yesterday. It is the second time in seven ...
US sent Taiwan nuclear missile components by mistake
AFP - Mar 25, 2008
WASHINGTON (AFP) — The United States mistakenly sent Taiwan four fuses used to trigger nuclear warheads on ballistic missiles in late 2006 and only ...
Return to Sender: The Taiwan Nuke Slip
TIME - Mar 25, 2008
The Air Force announced Tuesday that it had mistakenly shipped parts for nuclear missiles to Taiwan, and promptly ordered up yet another investigation into ...
Embarrassing missile mistake for US (+video)
New Zealand Herald, New Zealand - Mar 25, 2008
The Pentagon has acknowledged that the US Air Force mistakenly shipped four electrical fuses from a US air base in Wyoming, to Taiwan in 2006. ...
US mistakenly ships nuclear warhead parts
Independent Online, South Africa - Mar 25, 2008
Washington - The United States mistakenly shipped fuses for detonating nuclear warheads to Taiwan, but quickly recovered the items after learning of the ...
Pentagon Admits Mistaken Arms Shipment
The Associated Press - Mar 25, 2008
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon announced Tuesday that the United States mistakenly shipped to Taiwan four electrical fuses designed for use on ...
US Mistakenly Ships Missile Parts to Taiwan
Voice of America - Mar 25, 2008
By Al Pessin The Pentagon announced Tuesday it mistakenly shipped part of the triggering mechanism for four nuclear warheads to Taiwan a year and a half ago ...
Nuclear bomb parts sent to Taiwan by mistake
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom - Mar 25, 2008
By Tom Chivers and agencies The United States sent nuclear bomb technology to Taiwan by accident over a year ago, and has only just discovered the mistake, ...


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Red faces in US at nuclear blunder
Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - Mar 26, 2008
THE US Defence Secretary, Robert Gates, has ordered an investigation into how his department mistakenly shipped secret nuclear missile fuses to Taiwan 18 ...
US Regains Missile Parts; Gates Orders Investigation Press Media Wire (Press Release)
US admits Taiwan nuclear error Aljazeera.net
US mistakenly ships nuclear warhead parts Independent Online
Financial Times - International Herald Tribune
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WXIA-TV
US: Hundreds of aging American Airlines planes grounded for inspection
World Socialist Web Site, MI - 13 hours ago
By Naomi Spencer On Wednesday, American Airlines grounded 10 percent of its planes and cancelled flights in response to a hastily issued directive from the ...
Another day, another bunch of grounded planes Austin American-Statesman
American Airlines grounds 300 planes Hindustan Times
American cancels hundreds of flights CNNMoney.com
Xinhua - WISH
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CityNews
US airline fleets grounded for showing their age
Los Angeles Times, CA - 2 hours ago
American Eagle, a corporate sister of American Airlines, later grounded 25 planes and canceled a handful of flights while inspection paperwork was updated. ...

Video: American Airlines Cancels About 200 Flights AssociatedPressDelta Grounds Planes, Cancels Flights Hartford Courant
American Airlines cancels flights to conduct inspections Kansas City Star
ABC News - Chicago Tribune
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Qantas plane grounded overnight at LAX
Los Angeles Times, CA - Mar 25, 2008
Four tires deflated and the plane came to rest on an adjacent taxiway, Winfrey said. The aircraft's grounding didn't affect any other service at the airport ...

BBC News
Singapore Airlines grounded A380 plane for fuel pump problem
International Herald Tribune, France - Mar 25, 2008
... grounded a second Airbus A380 aircraft for a fuel pump problem on Monday night, delaying Sydney-bound passengers who had to switch to smaller planes. ...
Singapore Airlines forced to ground jumbo-jet Car Rentals
Singapore grounds a second A380 BBC News
Singapore Airlines grounds second A380 for fuel pump problem Xinhua
Bloomberg - National Post
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