Were Top US Commanders Fired for Refusing to Participate in a Nuclear False-Flag Attack?

Back in September 2013, there was a major shake up taking place within the military that we have yet to fully understand the ramifications of, and given the inherent secrecy by which this government plows its wares…we may never fully know all the details. Such is the nature of the cryptocracy (or as Jim Marrs would say) “Rule by Secrecy”. So, keep in mind that, while the evidence for what I am going to assert might have happened is scant, I felt compelled to at least report it in the hopes that someone, who does have substantial evidence one way or another might come forward and provide a couple of leaks to break this mystery open once and for all. With that preface said, let’s now get into the story at hand.

In the November 2013 edition of InfoWars Magazine, Anthony Gucciardi wrote an article entitled “Top Nuke Commanders Terminated Following Missing Nuclear Warheads Report” after he had already broken the story on Alex Jones’ website in October. He goes on to relate how Navy Vice Admiral Tim Giardina and Major General Michael Carey were both fired following a secret nuclear warheads transfer that took place (off the record and without a paper trail) from Dyess Air Force Base in Texas to South Carolina. According to Gucciardi, these two top nuclear commanders suspensions and firings were not supposed to be reported by the media, but an insider was able to leak the story to the Associated Press. The AP (picked up by the UK Guardian) ended up reporting that, “An internal email obtained by the AP on Friday said the allegations against Carey stem from an inspector general probe of his behavior while on an unspecified ‘temporary duty assignment’. The email said the allegations are not related to the operational readiness of the ICBM force or recent failed inspections of ICBM units.”

Mainstream media reports would cover some of the high-level military commander firings in a way that would lead the public to believe that it was also the result of behavior problems like “gambling with counterfeit poker chips”, “making racially insensitive remarks”, and other very minor infractions, even for a low-level grunt. Are we really supposed to think that the #2 man in the nuclear command hierarchy and other very highly ranked officers were suspended and/or relieved of duty because of minor behavior problems? It seems quite absurd on its face. However, what might have been the real reason?

This is where it gets interesting but also (naturally) quite difficult to prove. Needless to say, there are some strange coincidences that become even stranger, when looked at in different perspective and in hindsight with what we know now. First, we know that the Obama Administration attempted to launch cruise missiles against Syria in an effort to topple the Assad government but was “dissuaded” in no uncertain terms by Vladimir Putin in his talks with Secretary of State, John Kerry, and his discussions with the UN Security Council about the lack of convincing evidence that the chemical weapon attacks in Eastern Ghouta were the work of Bashir Assad’s government.

We have since learned that Putin was right in asserting that the sarin gas attack that Obama was attempting to blame on the Syrian government was in all likelihood used by the Jahbat al-Nusra Al-Qaeda type rebels outside of a Damascus suburb in order to generate the necessary justification for an attack. Thanks to the work of independent investigators and reported widely by Global Research…we also know that it was Saudi intelligence agents that shipped the cylinders of deadly gas to their proxy fighters in their on-going battle against Assad. However, it took Putin to put his foot down to dispel the US from embarking on its insane attack against Syria that would have put it one step closer to its ultimate goal of Iran. How long this tenuous stalemate will last is anyone’s guess, but (at least in the short-term) what could have been a very ugly conflict that might have sparked off WWIII was averted. So, that’s a little background in order to better understand the context of what follows.

Shortly after Alex Jones’ InfoWars and Gucciardi, specifically, reported the nuclear commanders being suspended and fired- Sen. Lindsey Graham (who just so happens to head up the Senate Intelligence Subcommittee) came out and said that “a nuclear attack” could come against Charleston Harbor in the event that we did not move militarily against Syria and Iran. He never clarified what he was talking about here. Graham merely said that a South Carolina or New York port could be hit by a terrorist attack using a dirty nuclear bomb. Then, to make things even more suspicious that perhaps Senator Lindsey Graham was made privy to a false-flag nuclear attack that was going to be pinned onto Syria and/or Iran, a 4.5 quake was registered off the coast of South Carolina on October 8th.

And, there is evidence from certain military insiders that the Strategic Missile Force (SMF) has gone on the record as saying that the quake was caused by a….(drum roll) mini-nuclear explosion! Could these high-level nuclear commanders have disobeyed a direct order from the president and detonated the low yield mini-nuke underwater far from the devastating effects that would have ensued had they followed orders to ship their cargo somewhere in the populated confines of South Carolina territory? This is my nagging suspicion that (although I can’t quite prove just yet) is certainly indicative of this duplicitous administration and the reprisals that have been made against anyone that gets in their way. Let’s hope that moral courage will prevail over the devious and insane designs of those, who would orchestrate such a disastrous catastrophe on American soil and pull us into another brutal war abroad while further eviscerating civil liberties at home.

English: DOHA. With the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh ...

English: DOHA. With the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani. Русский: ДОХА. С Эмиром Катара шейхом Хамадом бен Халифой аль-Тани. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

16 responses to “Were Top US Commanders Fired for Refusing to Participate in a Nuclear False-Flag Attack?

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  • Nigel

    A tad late, but thank you :3

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      It was a tad late in getting this story out, especially after Alex had already run with it. Initially, I didn’t even want to run with it, figuring that it was a dead issue as nothing even happened. However, I still think that there’s got to be more to the story than even what Alex and his cohort have revealed about this. The reasons for the firing of these top level commanders (including the ones I mentioned in relation to the nation’s nuclear arsenal) simple don’t add up the way the Pentagon has been reporting. Unfortunately, unless a whistle-blower comes forward and/or a leak is made as to why it happened, we’ll never really know why…won’t we?

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      I will try to write more, of course there wasn’t a hell of lot to write regarding the story you commented on. The bulk of the work had been done by Anthony from InfoWars, and I merely hyper-linked a couple of videos so that people didn’t think I was making it all up. I wish I knew more about the case, but I can assure you that (when I’m certain about something) I don’t over rely on video. Just think of it as an adjunct, which is what it is, instead of the main part of the story.

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