Mystery missile launched off coast of LA

Mystery missile launched off coast of LA

Nov 09, 2010

“(CBS) A mysterious missile launch off the southern California coast was caught by CBS affiliate KCBS’s cameras Monday night, and officials are staying tight-lipped over the nature of the projectile.
CBS station KFMB put in calls to the Navy and Air Force Monday night about the striking launch off the coast of Los Angeles, which was easily visible from the coast, but the military has said nothing about the launch.
KFMB showed video of the apparent missile to former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Robert Ellsworth, who is also a former Deputy Secretary of Defense, to get his thoughts.”

The rest of the CBS story is here. I have to wonder if it could have been fired by unfriendly nations—China, Russia, etc., a possibility Ambassador Ellsworth would be reluctant to say, even if he suspected it. I am also curious as to which direction it flew—my guess is northwesterly, judging by the video and the fact that it was at sundown. Also, how far did it fly and where did it land?

There has been a lot of “chatter” recently that “something big” (e.g., bank ‘holiday’, another terrorist strike on our country, etc.) could happen in the window of this present week—I am just reporting, not necessarily agreeing. I have seen predictions of imminent disaster made countless times over the years and the boy who cried wolf now appears without credibility. But who knows, why does something big always seem to imply disaster? Maybe the “something big” could be very good news for a change!—such as a real government being seated in Iraq, which could open the door to the revaluation [RV] of its currency, the Iraqi dinar. We spoke about just such an RV to those assembled at our Sweetwater conference in September, but that discussion was not recorded. Subsequently, our colleague, Dr. Stephen Jones, has written about the IRD on several occasions in his blogs. See this (link is no longer valid) one for starters. Do your own due diligence and caveat emptor.



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