MYSTERY SOLVED: ARIZONA WILDFIRE ORIGIN WAS NUCLEAR BLAST RESIDUE

From The Washington Post:

By Lenny Bernstein, Published: July 2 | Updated: Wednesday, July 3, 7:17 AM

PRESCOTT, Ariz. — Cory Moser was battling the Yarnell fire when word came that the Granite Mountain Hotshots had been overrun by the flames. The Prescott Fire Department division chief sped to the scene, where he found a “moonscape” of bare ground, rocks cracked and chipped from the intense heat of the flames.

Moser, who wound up spending the night minding the bodies of close friends and co-workers, said the desolate scene is one clue that whatever killed the 19 elite members of his fire department may well turn out to have been an unexpected “black swan” event — a rare turn of the weather, conditions or luck that no one expected or could have prevented.

Remembering the firefighters

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Read the stories of the 19 firefighters killed in an Arizona wildfire.

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“For them to have been run over like that tells me that something spectacular happened, something really unusual,” Moser, 37, said Tuesday.  
                                         
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The “something spectacular” Moser mentioned that left devastation at the site was a nuclear detonation.  It was one of precisely 13 unleashed on June 26 on sites in Arizona and New Mexico.
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IF MAINSTREAM IGNORES NUCLEAR WAR, WHAT ELSE ARE THEY HIDING?

a-nuclear-bomb-detonated On Wednesday, June 19, 2013, 2 US Army tactical bombers marked with insignia identifying the planes only as American dropped nuclear weapons on 2 sites in Russia, within hours of an imposter of President Barack Obama delivering remarks about nuclear arms reduction to an audience in Berlin.  The powers who control the White House have replaced the Chief Executive with one of their control and design.  The target sites were a technological center located in a rural area outside Moscow, and a burgeoning economic powerhouse on the Baltic.  After Russian retaliation, apparent “peace” was restored, for now.

Russia’s response was predictably swift and limited to an American listening post operated by the USAF in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands chain.   Its remote location helped keep the extensive fatalities relatively low.  At Unalaska, the fishing port of Dutch Harbor remained safefor all you loyal Deadliest Catch fans.

All of this was almost completely ignored by mainstream media, which are owned by the same forces that control both those American weapons and the technology to place an imposter in the Presidency.  The fact there were exactly 13 nuclear devices detonated  offers a clue to their Satanic criminal intent.  It may also be a clue to understanding why this attention-getting face slap at Russia was not considered “news” by the networks.

bullionThe principle target in the attacks was Kaliningrad, a Russian exclave on the Baltic Sea wedged between Poland and Lithuania, and one of the nation’s best-performing economic areas; a key to its resurgent economy.

But, attacking the gem of Russia’s resurgent economy could make one think the U.S. was hell-bent on a policy of permanent war and might revive questions about American reluctance to quit Afghanistan after so many years and dollars, with nuclear weapons no less.  However, this is not virgin territory; the modern nuclear line in the sand has already been breached, by the Bush Administration in 2001, in Afghanistan.

ControlThere seems something very wrong with the bottom line of the overall picture:  it is all about maximizing profit and human misery.  Greed is hard at work.  Major players: Nestlé and Monsanto.  American economic interests had been threatened; appropriate warning was required.  Reason has been turned on its head.  Nuclear blackmail has become a way of doing America’s business.  And all the while Mainstream Media play Disney movies.

There seems something wrong too, as Independance Day approaches, with the very relevance of America’s national holiday.