A VERY WEIRD PANTEX STORY, AND 9-11…
Every now and then a story comes along that falls into a "gray basket" in that the story strikes you as being one of those made-up internet rumours concocted by an over-active imagination or by some intelligent agent or asset having his daily cup of jollies, or, more seriously, planting false and fake stories to "see where they end up" in the internet versions of classic "dye-the-waters" operations. Yet, so audacious is the story, so huge with significance if true (or even if only a portion of it is true) that not to pass it along if for no other reason than to alert people to "keep their eyes open" would be itself a grievous sin of omission.
This is precisely one of those kinds of stories, brought to my attention by K.M. as we were discussing the Georgia Guidestones scenario (see last Monday's blog). This is but one link featuring the same story, which, incidentally, was released July 15th and which occurred, as it alleges "last week", in other words, some time during the week of July 4-10, on July 9, in fact:
Here's the gist of the story:
The Deep State last week launched a disorganized assault on a nuclear disassembly plant in the Texas panhandle but was repelled by the White Hats who’ve been guarding the facility since the U.S. military took provisional control of the strategic nuclear arsenal after the stolen 2020 presidential election, sources in Gen. David H. Berger’s Office told Real Raw News.
The failed incursion took place at Pantex, a mammoth complex on 16,000 acres of land close to Amarillo. Prior to January 2021, the plant was managed and operated for the United States Department of Energy by Consolidated Nuclear Security and Sandia National Laboratories, all of which the U.S. military ejected when Biden was unlawfully sworn into office. By then, the rogue regime already faced in intractable quandary: the military had seized of ICBM and SLBM nuclear launch codes, as well as the country’s strategic bomber force. This meant if Biden’s handlers wanted nuclear war, or a nuclear False Flag on American soil, they’d have to pilfer atomic components elsewhere.
In the predawn hours on July 9, perimeter guards spotted a throng of armed intruders marching toward the fence line. Dressed in black and carrying tactical gear, the invaders inched forward but employed no discernable tactics. Numbering approximately 100, they marched in formation, conspicuously, 10 abreast and 10 deep, like Civil War soldiers marching blindly into canon fire.
By then, White Hats—a U.S. Army Ranger and Delta Force detachment—had boarded armored Hummers and were speeding to the point of incursion. Guided by the perimeter guards, who had concealed themselves, the detachment approached to within 300 meters of the enemy and dismounted the vehicles, using them for cover. They painted their foes in a swath of light—headlights and strobes mounted atop the Hummers.
Then came a voice on a bullhorn: “Surrender the facility or we’ll take it by force.”
Meanwhile, word of the raid had reached Marine Corps General David H. Berger at Camp Pendleton. Sources told Real Raw News that the Deep State’s archaic advance stirred his suspicion—he suspected a diversion. He ordered additional patrols to fan out across Pantex’s sprawling property, in case the Deep State was trying to breech the fence at a different location.
As patrols mobilized, a firefight erupted between the Ranger-Delta detachment and the 100-man-strong Deep State attackers. Our sources said it’s unclear who fired first, but the numerically inferior but better trained White Hats had a decisive advantage. They had cover and concealment, whereas the Deep State was exposed.
Rounds sizzled through the air, ricocheting off the armored hummers but striking no flesh. White Hats let loose a hailstorm of gunfire, and the Deep State’s first and second ranks fell almost immediately; 20 men wounded or killed in seconds. The onslaught overwhelmed them, and they then began a tactical retrograde, laying down suppressive fire as they retreated to the direction from whence they came.
“We know it was the Deep State. We’ve taken survivors. Some had credentials—FEMA, ATF, all Deep State agencies. We can’t explain why they attacked the way they did—it makes no sense. Maybe they were ordered to test our defenses, sacrifice themselves if needed. I don’t know the results of prisoner interrogations,” our source said.
And there you have it: one faction of our wonderful goobernment was combatting another, for control of nuclear weapons.
Interestingly enough, General David H. Berger is the current commandant of the U.S. Marine corps, is a full four-star general, and also allegedly refused the vaccine-mandate ordered by Defense Secretary Austin, but this was "fact-checked" and no record of Berger has ever emerged of him allegedly making such a refusal. Berger in fact allegedly tweeted (I say allegedly, because who trusts them these days?) himself taking the injection.
In any case, the story is there, and if any portion of it is true, then it is significant. While I'm thus far leaning toward "fanciful internet rumour" by about 97 to 3 percent, there are some factors that one should bear in mind that argue for that three percent. Recall only that after Mr. Bidenenko's fraud-filled election to be the grifter-in-chief, that some people in Swampington DC began to put out the idea of taking the nuclear football away from the alleged President and turning it over to a "committee." Mrs. Pelosi herself voiced the idea on a couple of occasions, though usually in connection with keeping it was from Mr. Trump. The sleight-of-hand in her case was ineffective, because anyone who was honest knew that Mr. Bidenenko had some severe cognitive issues.
Since that time, I've been one of those questioning whether or not such a committee was in fact in operation. Continuity of Government operations would certainly be capable of doing something like that, and taking the football away from the normal and public chain of command would be a way of injecting incertitude into the nuclear equation in order to confuse potential enemies, as would concocting a story such as this one to reinforce the idea that the nuclear command structure had been taken away from public civilian authority.
At this juncture it is also pertinent and necessary to recall the scenario of Webster Tarpley that I mentioned in my book on 9/11, Hidden Finance, Rogue Networks, and Secret Sorcery. Tarpley maintained that while Bush the Stupid was in Florida reading My Pet Goat to gradeschool children, that a call came into the White House switchboard shortly after the aircraft had hit the Twin Towers in New York City. The caller allegedly gave out top secret codes that were so sensitive that it convinced the president - so Tarpley argues - that when he left Florida, he would fly directly to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, rather than directly back to Swampington as had been originally announced. At Barksdale, as I noted in the book, Bush the Stupid gave a peculiar speech, in which no mention of terrorism occurred. Jettisoning the press corps at Barksdale, Bush flew on to Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, Nebraska. Why those two air bases, Tarpley asked. Because Barksdale was the back-up command center for America's strategic nuclear forces, and Offutt the command center itself.
In other words, in Tarpley's (and many others' estimation including my own), it looks like Bush was attempting to reassert personal presidential command authority over America's nuclear arsenal, which implies that at some point on 9-11 that control was lost. It's worth noting that Vice President Cheney was in the White House "bunker," and it was Cheney, of course, who worked during the Reagan administration on the Continuity of Government plan. That day, the one and only phone call that Mr. Bush made was to Russian President Vladimir Putin, ostensibly to inform him that America was going into Afghanistan. But on this view, it is equally possible that Mr. Bush was trying to inform Mr. Putin that any "launch" was not coming from the USA, but from a hi-jacked arsenal...
... on this view, and in this context, the Pantex story appears not so much as a 3 percent improbability, but rather as a story that fits much bigger patterns.
See you on the flip side...
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