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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY!
YOUR RANDOM DHS MONITORED PHRASE OF THE DAY
IF I WERE THE MOSSAD AND WANTED TO FALSE-FLAG THE SUPERBOWL TO BLAME IRAN...This coming Sunday, Feb. 3rd, is Superbowl Sunday.
It is apparent that American's enthusiasm for wars of conquest has waned dramatically in the last few years. And while the exposure of previous false-flags makes a new deception a very chancy affair, desperate people often take desperate chances to achieve their agendas. Obviously, the Superbowl makes a very inviting target. There have even been movies made about such attacks including "Black Sunday" and "The Sum of All Fears" (based on the Tom Clancy book of the same name).
Our best weapon to deter such a false-flag attack is to create doubt in the minds of the perpetrators; doubt that the cover story to frame an innocent third-party nation will be believed by the public. It is for this reason that we need to openly discuss the possibility of such a false-flag, to create that doubt, so that anyone considering such a deception might well call it off.
So, if I were Mossad (or CIA), here is what I would do.
The Gulf of Mexico is largely unmonitored. Only last year, a Russian Akula class submarine was discovered to have been cruising around the gulf of Mexico(although the US officially denies such an embarrassment). It would be trivial to mount an operation somewhere in Mexico, or the Caribbean, to attach a nuclear weapon to the keel of a cargo ship destined for the Mississippi river via New Orleans. Attached to the keel, a nuclear weapon is impossible to detect without a visual inspection. Water provides a natural shield for radiation, with 18 feet of water equivalent to 1 foot of solid lead, so remote sensors would not work. And the sheer volume of commercial shipping on the Mississippi river precludes individual inspections of every ship by divers. The crew of the cargo ship would might even be unaware of the extra cargo they carried.
Our ship would simply steam up the Mississippi river to the bend just above the Pontchartrain Freeway in the New Orleans business district, just a little over 1 mile from the Mercedes-Benz Super Dome where Sunday's game would be played.
Using an online nuclear effects calculator, and assuming a 100 Kiloton bomb, we get the following estimate of blast effects.
At the distance of the Super Dome from our hypothetical terror ship, the blast pressure works out to 7psi, or 700 pounds per square foot of exposed surface of the dome. This may be an under-estimate. The Baker test during Operation Crossroads showed that an underwater nuclear detonation is amplified by the water instantly turned to steam. And there is the shrapnel from the ship and intervening buildings, along with tons of radioactive water and mud showered on the city to consider as well.
Again, this is not something anyone (but the war mongers) wish to see happen. But if the subject of a false-flag attack on the Superbowl is openly discussed in the alternative media, we create that climate of doubt which may discourage anyone from planning such a fake terror attack to call it off.