PREPPING A NARRATIVE? THAT “OBJECT” SHOOTDOWN IN ALASKA
By now most of you have heard that the Bai-Den Jo misadministration of the USSA has shot down ... well, a "something" over Alaska, and that whole Chinese balloon circus-and-hysteria-fest of a couple of weeks ago just became a lot more interesting, and, oh, by the way, a Russian satellite whose precise purpose and mission was never known to anyone in the West just exploded in orbit. Other than that, there's nothing going on. Pardon me while I (cough hack wheeze)...
All of this comes courtesy of some articles shared by E.E., and while I don't intend to talk about all of them, they all do form some interest context and backdrop for what I do want to talk about, namely, the USSA's shoot down of a "something" over Alaska.
So first of all, here are E.E.'s articles:
Now all of this is, I contend, very interesting context and backdrop to the following story, also shared by E.E.:
Interestingly enough, the same story receives a slightly different take from Russia's online magazine, Sputnik, and again we're grateful to E.E. for bringing it to our attention:
Now note something carefully: none of the articles are saying exactly what the object was. There is speculation that it was a balloon. But according to the Zero Hedge article, all we know about it is the following:
What has become clear is that Biden gave the order to shoot it down before knowing who owned it or where it came from, or whether it was state-owned or perhaps owned by a corporation. And of course the question remains: was this another Chinese spy balloon? Or was it a weather research balloon just downed over Alaska?
According to details from White House and Pentagon briefings on Friday, including descriptions from senior officials, here's what's known at this point:
- It flew at 40,000 feet
- Deemed a safety threat to civilian aircraft
- Unknown origin or ownership
- Cylindrical and silverish gray
- Roughly the size of a car
- Smaller than the Chinese 'spy' balloon shot down last Satursday
- Object not maneuverable or propelled
- Shot down by US F-22 with sidewinder missile
Ok, so the demented "Biden" gave an order to shoot down something before it was even known what it was. I have no problem believing that a bare minimum of information was communicated to the alleged "Biden" and that he may have mumbled something vaguely resembling an answer or permission, or that we're being told he did when he really didn't. At this stage, the whole thing in the White (out)House looks like theater, so it wouldn't surprise me the whole show is being run by bureaucrats. In any case, someone somewhere probably had at least some idea of what it was.
What also interesting to note here is that there appears to be an attempt to recover the whatever-it-was:
Recovery efforts utilizing military planes and helicopters in the far northeast arctic region of Alaska continue, where on Friday an unidentified object was shot down by F-22 jets.
There are a number of other odd anomalies. For example, it supposedly was flying at 40,000 feet, was not maneuverable, was roughly the size of a car, and was deemed "a safety threat to aircraft". Assuming the map accompanying the article to be an accurate estimation of where the shoot down occurred, I admit I'm hard-pressed to picture a lot of civilian aircraft flying in the area, commercial or otherwise. And one more thing: it was shot down with a missile, not cannon fire, which means the military might not have thought the object was a mere balloon.
When we turn to the Sputnik version of the story, we note yet another significant thing:
News of the downing was first confirmed by White House National Security Council spokesperson John Kirby, with Pentagon spokesman Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder later providing a follow-up briefing on the latest known details.
Kirby underscored the US is "calling this an object because that's the best description we have right now."The US military tapped on Alaska's Elmendorf Air Force base to assist in the takedown operation, which first saw fighter pilots fly alongside the object and conclude the device was unmanned. Officials have said there is no indication the device was maneuverable.In the end, a single F-22 fighter jet from Elmendorf base was used in the operation, marking the second such occasion in which the aircraft model was involved in an air-to-air combat mission. An AIM-9X Sidewinder missile, which first entered service in 1956, was used in the downing.
Well, I guess BAI DEN Jo has gotten trigger happy. However, there is no evidence presented other than the breathless and concerned testimony of our crack team Pentagram officials.
So they let an enormous balloon fly over the continental USSA with no mention of a threat to “civilian flights”, but a “balloon like” object the size of a small car is a threat? Ok.
Not buying it. nor am I buying this narrative. That balloon last week may have provided a opportunity of crisis and now they are making a narrative out of it and managing it.
Floating = hovering.
The above statements make no sense. Fighter pilots have some of the best vision on the planet. And they can get close enough to identify a balloon.
So color me suspicious and skeptical and to borrow one of your phrases, it stinks and shines like a mackerel on moonlight beach.
They are up to something and planning something.
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