Oct 222013

Recently there was an earthquake some 600 miles off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina.

Or was there?

According to Sorcha Faal, quoting Russian intel sources, it was a nuclear blast.

The story is that there was a false-flag operation designed by the criminal psychopaths to devastate the Charleston, SC area. Then the corrupt authorities would step in and install martial law. The plan was stopped by the good guys and the nuke was detonated out at sea rather than in Charleston.

Peter Eyre, a long time anti-cabal investigative reporter has made reference to the strange activity around South Carolina. So did freedom fighter Niel Keenan.

Eyre even uncovered a seismogram of the event that shows a sudden burst of eneregy and rapid fade which is typical of a detonation rather than the build up, pre-shock, secondary shock and peaks and valleys of an earthquake.

Was the earthquake off the South Carolina coast really a nuclear detonation designed to kill off millions and provide an excuse for Obama to declare martial law?

Could be.

There have been consistent whispers that the Fukushima fiasco was in fact an extortion operation by the criminal cabal against Japan, and a nuke was detonated to intentionally destroy the power plant.

Last month, Infowars.com stated they had uncovered information that nukes had been shipped to South Carolina under an off the record operation, “A high level source inside the military has now confirmed to us that Dyess Air Force base is actively moving nuclear warheads to the East Coast of the United States in a secret transfer that has no paper trail.”

It was then that CBS reported that the repubo-rat, zionist and traitor Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, warned “nuclear weapons in the hands of terrorists could result in a bomb coming to Charleston Harbor.”

Now at the time, that comment left some of us scratching our head. We knew Lindsey was telling a lie—it is a lie of course because there are no terrorists except for the mercenaries that our gangster government funds. The comment was the standard ploy used to try and scare the sheeple into supporting military action—you know, the old “we need to get them before they get us” thing.

But why did lying-Lindsey specifically mention a nuke attack in South Carolina? It was a little odd. He supposedly represents South Carolina, yes, but if you are going to name a state within your fear-porn, why not name one with a larger population?

Well, if we assume that there was a nuclear false-flag operation targeting Charleston, then the answer to lying-Lindsey’s comment is made very clear: he wasn’t warning people, he was providing a false narrative, a plausible cover story for the operation—that terrorists blew off a nuke. After a successful explosion, all the repubo-rats climb from their holes and take the stage and chant the mantra already established by lying-Lindsey, “It was terrorists, It was terrorists, We need to attack Syria, We need to attack Syria.”

Meanwhile, Obama issues a national state of emergency—we can’t have terrorists roaming the countryside—and declares martial law. Bang!—with one explosion the NWO inbreds get their war in Syria and martial law here in the states.

Now I know, you are thinking, ‘Come on, dude, if this was for real the military would have stepped in.’

Perhaps they did.

Haven’t you heard of the brass that is now unemployed? Admiral Tim Giardina and Major General Michael Carey were canned while there was the forced retirement of Maj. Gen. Charles M. Gurganus and Maj. Gen. Gregg A. Sturdevant. If you believe the propaganda press, and you shouldn’t, all these guys were dumped for petty, if not silly, reasons.

The idea that these pink slips tie into what occurred in South Carolina is becoming more common every day. Some folks think these men were “bad guys” that were involved with the plot and were removed from power by the “good guys” after the plan was spoiled. Others think these guys were actually the “good guys” that foiled the plot and were then removed by an outraged Obama regime.

Of course, both scenarios are predicated on the idea that there are “good guys” squared-off and exchanging blows with the “bad guys”. But if there are good guys, why haven’t arrests been made. I mean, if protesting your government can lead to an arrest then stealing a nuclear bomb has to be against the law, right?

And for the record, I don’t care who ordered it either, a rogue general or the president, if you can arrest the King of the Jews, you can arrest G. I. Joe or the Food-stamp president.

Which brings up an interesting consideration: rather than seeking evidence to prove who did what in South Carolina, maybe we should be seeking evidence that proves there are actually “good guys” because clearly, this shit is getting way out of hand.


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