Is Fiji about to declare war on USAgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
On reading through a recent post by Cal Jenkins, I suddenly realised that everyting he said makes sense. Not only is it impossible to show that his list of explosions is not Y2K related, but that it is also impossible to prove that USA is not about to be attacked by Fiji.
There is very good reason for Fiji to want to attack USA, after all it is a small island nation which is completely dependent on imports, and it is greedy for America's wealth. Its leaders have alreay shown that they are not scared to take military action even in the face of greater force and technology.
The stategy may be to destroy as much of America's infrastructure as possible, while also destroying a few unimportant assets in other countries to throw off any suspicions.
Read through the links Carl has provided and see if there is any evidence at all that these explosions aren't a deliberate attempt by Fiji to destroy USA's infrastructure prior to declaring a state of war. Or see if you can find any other evidence anywhere to show that Fiji is not waging undeclared war against USA.
Hi Hokie, good post, even if it does turn out to be an other than gas related explosion. Seems that fire officials are now quick to state (not a gas explosion--like not y2k related--probably because there've been so many of late. Here's at least a partial list of links to stories about explosions and fires that have taken place ovewr last week or so: Update Texas Official: "I've never seen anything quite like" the Texas gas explosion that killed three today"
"It appears there was a gas leak in the alley, which is where the distribution line is," said state Railroad Commissioner Charles Matthews. The railroad commission, which regulates utility companies in Texas, is investigating the accident along with TXU Electric and Gas. Matthews said he did not know what ignited the blast. "I've been to a lot of explosions and accidents," Matthews said. "I've never seen anything quite like this. The house was leveled. There was enormous force."
Link to Story:
Forty-foot Fireball in Residential Street After Natural Gas Explosion, York, United Kingdom
Information Added: Friday, January 14, 2000 - 6:33 PM ----- The gas leak exploded into a 40-foot (12-meter) fireball in a residential street, forcing emergency workers to evacuate about 150 people.
There were no reports of any injuries or major property damage.
Eighty firefighters worked to tackle the blaze, which gas officials attributed to a rupture in a gas pipeline.
Link to story:
here a link to a house explosion in Dallas that killed three people earlier today reported earlier today:
Update on pipeline explosion story that killed a family of four in Scotland on December 22, 1999:
Gas supply company Transco has promised to review its use of a certain type of piping after an explosion in a Lanarkshire town which killed a family of four. Many of the 60 Larkhall residents who attended the meeting were angry that neither Transco nor the Health and Safety Executive, who were also represented, would say what caused the explosion. Link to story
The story is interesting in light of reports of two gas related explosions that occurred in Italy and England earlier today.
Seven Workers Hurt in Blast at Metal Recycling Company; Four Workers Critically Burned Niles, IL, United States
----- Information Added: Thursday, January 13, 2000 - 8:31 PM ----- The explosion at the metal recycling company, Electronic Recovery Specialists, left four workers critically burned and three others injured.
No official cause has been determined. There are conflicting theories about the cause being advanced.
Thomas Ahern of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms said the explosion and fire took place at a newly installed machine used to strip copper off the tops of military shell casings.
Ahern said "somehow [the machine] sparked some type of explosion".
Ahern, along with Niles police and fire investigators, said the firm handled no live ammunition. they added it was possible some residual powder in the shells, such as magnesium, may have detonated if it came in contact with sparks from machine.
But the company's attorney, ronald L. Bell, said there was not enough magnesium to tip off the roof and blow the brick facade off the building. He believes the spark came from the machine and hit a gas pipe in the ceiling.
But a spokesperson for the company that supplies the firm with natural gas say she doubts the accident involved natural gas.
"The information we have from the Fire Department is that neither natural gas nor our system are involved," said Jane Wiedmeyer of Nicor Gas.
The employees who were most seriously injured had been taking aprt the heads of shells in the warehouse when the explosion occurred, attorney Bell said.
Electronic Recovery gleans valuable metals from used electronics and demilitarized munitions.
A representative of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was on hand to look at whether the munitions were being properly stored, said John Maronic, assistant area director for OSHA's area office
Link to story:
Natural Gas Explosion at Potato Chip Factory Forces Evacuations Lynn, MA, United States
Information Added: Thursday, January 13, 2000 - 8:19 PM ----- The explosion forced the closure of the northbound lanes of the Lynnway and the evacuation of several nearby buildings as a precaution.
The blast occurred outside of the potato chip factory, according to Lynn Fire Chief Curtis Numberg.
Link to story
Kaiser explosing report: Kaiser impeded investigation
Ford Plant Explosion
More on Ford explosion
-- Carl Jenkins (Somewherepress@aol.com), January 16, 2000.
As you can see, there is absolutely no evidence to show that every item in this list isn't caused by military action from Fiji.
-- Mavis Beatrix (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2000
Also, keep in mind that Fiji has long been one of the most consistent donors of troops to UN missions..probably the most in the world per population.
Since we have numerous reports of UN troops massing in the US, that means..
THE FIJIANS ARE ALREADY HERE! Simply biding their time to strike.
I'm sure another regular poster to this board, Mr. Whitley, can enlighten us on Fijian control of the Bilderbergers and how that ties into all of this.
-- John H Krempasky (email@example.com), January 17, 2000.
SAVE YOUR WATCHES, IT'S WAY TOO LATE TO SAVE YOUR WALLETS!!!!!
[raising left wrist above level of monitor]
-- jesa chucklin ol footballer (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2000.
The Mouse that Roared? I'm sure they'll be kind to us.
-- Mark Hillyard (email@example.com), January 17, 2000.
Gotta good chuckle out of this, however, Fiji is not the innocent that you might believe it to be. I spent quite a bit of time in Australia in the late 80s and 'Kodaffy" from Libia had lots of troops in Fiji training. It has been a training ground for a number of mid eastern countries bent on destroying the west. So beautiful Fiji is not so beautiful and serene as it may appear to the tourists!!
-- Taz (Tassi123@aol.com), January 17, 2000.
I also notice that not one of these explosions happened in Fiji, nor did any of the rail mishaps mentione here happen in Fiji. It also interesting that not one single nuke has scrammed there either. Obviously this is all very convincing eveidence that Fiji is the culprit.
-- Malcolm Taylor (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2000.
LOL, you boys put alot of work into this--this is funny as shit!
-- Hokie (Hokie_@hotmail.com), January 17, 2000.
Malcolm you've hit an intereting point.
There haven't been complaints of chemtrails and subsequent outbreaks of fatal respiratory diseases from Fiji. No recent earthquakes, volcanic eruptions or killer windstorms in Fiji either. This points to Fijians controlling the diabolical HAARP climate control system and the chemtrail aero-genocide spraying program.
The fiendish Fijians are just to clever and powerful! What new evils do they hold in store up their sleeve? We're doomed! Doomed I tell ya!
-- Wildweasel (email@example.com), January 17, 2000.
You people ought to be ashamed of yourselves, starting with you, Mavis. The reason is that you've got poor CPR in an uproar because he thinks we are taking the Fiji connection seriously.
-- Peter Errington (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2000.
Yes, we're doomed. But it ain't the Fijians. It's those darned Albanians. Trust me. I know people who know.
-- panjandrum (email@example.com), January 17, 2000.
Your are right about Fiji!!! my future husband and I were there on our way to Canada from Australia and stopped in Suva the capital - went to the Botanical Gardens and climbed over a stone wall. Well, my husband was just inspecting one of their state-of-the-art cannons by hefting a cannon ball into the mouth of it, when a huuuuge (I mean 7 ft tall with size 42 feet - we know that because he was wearing sandals and a white sarong with a red jacket and a rifle over his shoulder.) Seems we had advanced into Government House grounds and their security system had alerted a guard.
Now this was just a simple error - no barbed wire on the fence and it was only 3 ft high, so we just thought it was another part of the Gardens. Wouldn't you think they would have signs up - just trying to entice poor tourists in and scare them to death.
Anyway, this soldier, after much explaining and noticing my husbands N. American (Cdn) accent, escorted us to the front gates, where we burst into laughter at how serious this poor soldier was (he could not see any humor in the situation)...just like the Grenadier Guards in London. So you see they really do know what is going on in the world (or the Park) and I would not pooh-pooh this evidence above. :>}
-- Laurane (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2000.
I have heard from a semi-reliable source that Fiji apples are being put in produce shelves and secretly mislabeled as Fuji apples.
-- Possible Impact (email@example.com), January 17, 2000.