Hellfire Missiles Bound For Portland Oregon Intercepted in Europe…

♦ Corrupt progressive union officials control the ports and transit hubs of Oregon.  ♦ This is the same type of missile recently admitted as being “accidentally” shipped to Cuba.  ♦ In a little discussed 2014 article, the Obama administration announced they were sending 5,000 of these missiles to Iraq.  ♦ Is it possible these sketchy transfers are lining up to be a similar problem evidenced in Operation Zero Footprint?

hellfire-missilesBELGRADE, Serbia (AP) – Serbia’s authorities are investigating reports that a cargo package bound for the U.S. containing two missiles with explosive warheads was found on a passenger flight from Lebanon to Serbia.

N1 television said the package with two guided armor-piercing missiles was discovered Saturday by a sniffer dog after an Air Serbia flight from Beirut landed at Belgrade airport.

Serbian media say documents listed the final destination for the AGM-114 Hellfire missiles as Portland, Oregon. The American-made projectiles can be fired from air, sea or ground platforms.

Local media said the missiles, which are about 1.5 meters in length, were packed and labeled as model rockets.

N1 reported Sunday that Air Serbia is helping in the investigation. The Serbian flag carrier says “security and safety are the main priorities for Air Serbia.”  (link)

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FLASHBACK 2014 –  Washington (AFP) – The United States plans to sell 5,000 Hellfire missiles to Iraq in a $700 million deal, officials said Tuesday, as Washington tries to help Baghdad retake ground captured by Sunni militants.

The US government, which has been reluctant so far to take military action in support of Baghdad, has rushed hundreds of the missiles to Iraq to help the Shiite-led government counter jihadists, who have seized areas north and west of the capital.

The proposed sale is the largest yet of the lethal missiles, which the Iraqis fire from AC-208 Cessna Caravan planes and other aircraft.

The deal calls for 5,000 AGM-114K/N/R Hellfire missiles and related equipment, parts, training and logistical support worth a total of $700 million, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said in a statement Tuesday.

“Iraq will use the Hellfire missiles to help improve the Iraq Security Forces’ capability to support current on-going ground operations,” the agency said.

The State Department has approved the deal and US law requires the government to inform members of Congress of a possible weapons sale. Lawmakers are not expected to try to block the sale. (link)

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212 Responses to Hellfire Missiles Bound For Portland Oregon Intercepted in Europe…

  1. 1hear2learn says:

    Whiskey Tango Foxtrot? !?!

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  2. axia777 says:

    Why is this not on the national news? I live in Portland and this freaks me out!

    Liked by 9 people

  3. Wonder,, (thinking), Who’s JET “whomever” they were going to try to Shot down?

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  5. tz says:

    Isn’t this where the Bundy’s are being held? What exactly is the problem?

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  6. Backspin says:

    To be fair , they would make better IED’s than dozens of stolen propane tanks.

    Whatever became of those , um , migrants coming across with steel cylinders ?

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  7. Hermit says:

    I’d like to know who was to receive said “model rockets”.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. OneWingedShark says:

    18 U.S. Code § 2339B – Providing material support or resources to designated foreign terrorist organizations?

    Link.

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    • Col.(R) Ken says:

      Yes you are correct, except with the President does PF, notifieds all majority/minority leaders in Congress…………

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      • OneWingedShark says:

        I seem to recall a law that would apply here… from Article 3, Section. 3:

        Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court.

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        • czarowniczy says:

          Our Greatest Constitutional Law Xpert POtuS ever should have that covered. Barring that his owning the AG could prove to be handy, preventing a fast and furious rush to judgement.

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    • trackker3 says:

      That would require a DOJ that would be willing to prosecute and uphold the laws and penalties associated with illegal shipments.

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  9. Having our own weapons used against us is not out of the question when our government thinks it’s a good idea to sell arms to whomever comes a calling. With no clue who will end up using said weapons and against whom they will be used….

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  10. Riddick says:

    Sundance, thanks for covering this! I’ll be sending you more emails as more info becomes available.

    This is part of Benghazi arms deal that resulted in loss of American lives.

    There are NO “insurgents” in Syria, despite what we’re told.

    BTW, another news, related to this. Earlier TODAY, an–Nusra islamists attacked so called “insurgents” in town of Maarat-al-Nuuman and after decimating “insurgents” took over VAST STOCKPILE ARSENAL of WEAPONS, anti-tank and air-to-surface included.

    As usual, our treasonous news media hacks refuse to report this. As the filed to report these 2 Hellfile missiles en route to Portland.

    There no “insurgents”, they are all on same side. This is what our tax dollars are paying for, OUR OWN DESTRUCTION.

    We better wake up and the sooner the better.

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    • Riddick says:

      As they FAILED (above)…

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    • Suzy Kiprien says:

      Only good guys in the area are the Peshmerga (Kurds).
      Remember that photo of McCain and Lindsay Graham in Syria : the purpose of the visit was an arms deal to help the said ‘rebels’ who turned out to be Al Nusra and other terror groups. Weapons were sent and many ended up in Iraq and traveled on. This was a Hillary decision.
      Add to that Hillary’s Bengazi missing weapon-storage mission fiasco.
      Trump will have a great time facing off against her.

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      • Riddick says:

        Yes, and if you recall they were BEGGING for arms while Hussein refused to supply them, despite our military telling corrupt D.C. that peshmerga are not only formidable force and great fighters, but they ARE ON OUR SIDE after suffering at the hands of both Iraq and Turkey for decades.

        Take a guess how supplied the Kurds with arms first. Yep, big bad Putin.

        I seriously despise Russia for their rabid anti-semitism, but we need to acknowledge their good deeds when they happen.

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        • Lindenlee says:

          Yes, we blow up the Middle East, with the resulting sex slavery of thousands of women and girls and slaughtering of Christians; creating Muslim hordes destroying Europe; we depose Qaddafi, leaving the country to ISIS and AQ; almost destroy Egypt, Jordan, ad Israel; Reuse to arm our only allies in the area, the Kurds; Won’t allow persecuted, genocided Christians to come to America as refugees (the REAL refugees). And now everybody hates America because of the destruction we have brought to them.

          And people still think that Obama would be good for a third term?? Our country, once the proudest and most noble, has become the world’s warmonger. Someone should get Obama up for war crimes, seriously.

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        • Suzy Kiprien says:

          I like Putin. A real leader.
          I remember Obama refusing the weapons shipment to the Khurds. I’ve been following mid-East chaos since Morsi election.
          The best website to follow what is happening in Syria is Al Masdar News. Do not subscribe – too many emails – they cover everything on the ground as it happens, sometimes with videos.
          Russia is into a ‘rapprochement’ with Israel. They are working together re Syria. Both have visited each other’s country last year. Relations between both countries are friendly.
          Russians are rabidly anti-Islam.

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          • Deb says:

            I don’t know how to feel about Putin. But we don’t have to like him, we just have to work with him.

            Everyone should be able to hear the word Beslan and understand why Russia is in the Middle East. It isn’t oil, it’s personal.

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            • Gail Combs says:

              Vladimir Putin Speaks Honestly — Paul Craig Roberts

              “…Russia’s president is a refreshing contrast to the liars who inhabit Western governments and Western media. The agenda of the Russian government is peace and international cooperation under the rule of law. Washington’s agenda is hegemony.

              President Putin endeavors to lead the world to peace, while the neoconservatives who control Washington’s foreign policy try to drive the world to war…..

              Every American can get a conclusive lesson about where moral leadership resides by becoming familiar with Putin’s speeches.

              Here are some examples:….”
              Go to site for links to Putin’s speeches. Also do a search at Roberts site.

              Given how corrupt our government and media is I would not trust anything they say about Putin.

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              • AdamSelene says:

                And it’s not that Putin’s a good guy. He’s self-interested,and interested in the future of Russia and Russian citizens as long as coincides with his self-interest. But at least he’s honest about it. You know where he’s coming from.

                Who you need to be very, very careful about are those who say “trust me, I have your best interests at heart.”

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      • El Torito says:

        Yep. The Peshmerga are the only ground troops that win against ISIS ground troops. Obama is screwing them by sending weaponry to Turkey under the false premise that Turkey will distribute to Peshmerga, but it doesn’t happen. If you want to know really fine details over this, look up Ernie Audino on Facebook and friend him. He is retired Army (I forget exact rank -General I think) imbedded with the Peshmerga. Brilliant gentleman. Would love to see him in Trumps admin!

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Before you consider hot tubbing with the Kurds remember that the original al Qaeda leadership was heavily shot through with Kurds. I stop and mentally add ‘Moslem’ as a modifier before I think warm and fuzzy Kurd.

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        • georgiafl says:

          I thought the Kurds were Christian or some other religion… so it’s just another Muslim tribal war?

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          • georgiafl says:

            I was thinking of the Yazidis (sp?) some of the last people despicable ISIS devastated while Obama cheered sat on his blood-stained hands.

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            • czarowniczy says:

              Kurds are overwhemingly Sunni Moslem. Their major issue is getting a Kurdish ethnic homeland, I ‘d say their desire for a homeland is greater than their desire to be part of the ummah though.
              Gotta remember that their homeland includes chunks of Iraq, Iran and Turkey and Iran and Turkey were US shower buds for many years so we sorta looked the other way when Turkey and, to a lesser extent, Iran killed them off. It wasn’t until Desert Storm we provided protection for them and that was only from Iraq, we huffed and puffed but Turkey still went on with their Kurd open seasons.
              The Kurds had a long history of fighting for a homeland and more than a few were PO’d at the West for having strung them along while allowing the Western bud-of-the-moment kill them off. Kurds who formed the core of Osama’s early AQ were very dedicated to his cause, I’d say as dogmatic as the Chechens he later embraced. I wonder ow much the West’s using the Kurds like toilet oaper had with their dedication to AQ?

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          • AdamSelene says:

            Kurds are also commies. I admire them as people fighting to defend themselves, but their ultimate political principles do not coincide with mine.

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    • nitro says:

      EVE OF DESTRUCTION BY BARRY MC GUIRE.

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  11. David says:

    So Sundance just like they lost control of the shoulder fired surface to air missiles in Libya are you telling me they’ve now lost control of Hellfire missiles as well.

    These guys are idiots if this is the case.

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    • rodney says:

      Once the Hellfires left our custody and went into the hands of corrupt Iraqi officials anything could happen to them. I have no doubt many ended up with ISIS.

      The fact is we had no business giving Iraq those weapons because the DOD knew full well that the Iraqi military and government is criminally incompetent and the military is full of ISIS sympathizers.

      This was a screw up from day one.

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  12. RoseD1st says:

    And the shill media tells us nothing,they are so corrupt the have made us no longer safe

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  13. bofh says:

    Seems to me I recall that the Iraqi army has established a procedure where they immediately flee from ISIS troops, leaving behind all weaponry intact and operable. So basically this is a donation of Hellfire missiles direct to ISIS, via Iraq?

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  14. Suzy Kiprien says:

    There is no such thing as a U.S.-friendly Muslim country. Does not exist. They cannot be trusted.
    This story should boost Trump re national security and Mid-East affairs.

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    • nitro says:

      if TRUMP IS NOT ELECTED, YOU CAN KISS THIS NATION GOOD BYE………SINGING BYE BYE MISS AMERICAN PIE,. TOOK MY CHEVY TO THE LEVY BUT THE LEVY WAS DRY. GOOD OLE BOYS DRINKING WHISKEY AND RYE SINGING THIS’LL BE THE DAY THAT I DIE. SEE BARRY MAGUIRE AND THIS SONG AND I FELT SO BAD I WENT TO SEE THE FATHER, SON AND HOLY GHOST BUT THEY ALL TOOK THE LAST TRAIN FOR THE COAST.

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  15. tz says:

    Portland is a blue pimple. Ghomorraizing them is bad how exactly?

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  16. Bull Durham says:

    I would like to see our security turned over to the Russians. They would do a superb job. And all our corruption investigations (so far, virtually none) turned over to the Chinese. They know how to “fox hunt”.

    We have such an incompetent government that is working to get us all killed we would be much more secure with Vladimir Putin and the FSB/SVR/GRU watching out for us against terrorists.

    Really. Our government is our greatest existential threat.

    Fast and Furious with Hellfire missiles. Anyone know where our nuclear warheads are?

    SNAFU. The stupidest, evil government ever.

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    • Riddick says:

      Russians have destroyed a good number of ammo warehouses in Syria as well as severely limited supply lines from Turkey to islamists. While we keep supplying islamists under false pretense of “insurgents against Assad”.

      There are no insurgents, only factions fighting under different names and pretense.

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      • Suzy Kiprien says:

        Apparently, Turkish troops already in Iraq.
        I guess they are there to fight Iran’s troops.
        From the beginning, I have been saying this will end as a major confrontation: Iran vs Turkey. Remember this.

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        • Bull Durham says:

          Turkey is in Iraq to fight the Kurds. Iran is not their target.

          Russia will aid the Kurds to contain Turkey who bit off more than they can chew trying to start a war with Russia they thought NATO would come fight alongside them because they are NATO member. Russia is too strong for NATO. Even at distance from from home fighting in Syria.

          If Trump wins it all, the US and Russia will work together to kill off ISIS and AQ, and some settlement of the Kurd problem.

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          • Riddick says:

            Turks still can’t accept that in all the wars with Russia, going back more than 400 years now, they pretty much always got their butts kicked, badly. Krym (Crimea) used to be part of Ottoman Empire, Russians took it from Turks roughly 200 years ago. And have defended it from both Turks and rest of Europe since.

            Look up word “balaklava” and where it comes from. Brits won’t ever set foot on that soil again. Hitler took Crimea with the aid of Tatars with Tatars fighting on nazi side, as did Georgians, BTW, main reason Stalin then exiled Tatars after WWII, for collaborating with Hitler. Yes, he spared Georgians, his blood brothers.

            Turkey tried to get NATO involved by shooting down Russian jet OVER SYRIAN AIR SPACE and then murdering the 2 pilots as they ejected, contravening Geneva Convention. Russia would have taken a sincere apology for the deed and payment to pilots’ families, as they requested, and yet Turks thought they somehow have the upper hand.

            Since then Turkish economy has taken a YYUUUUGE! hit, all in roughly $22 BILLION per year, from Russian sanctions. NATO was afraid to jump into the fray, many of their citizens are still alive to remember Russian spoken on their streets during WWII.

            We need Russia as an ally, not an enemy. And Trump gets it. The ONLY candidate on either side who gets it.

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        • El Torito says:

          Turkey is playing with fire. They’ve been allowing ISIS to cross their borders for safety from Russia, buying black market oil from ISIS, stiffing the Kurds, on and on. They should be glad if Iran get’s to them before Putin does.

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          • Riddick says:

            Part of Erdogan’s grand plan to rebuild the Ottoman Empire. Bad miscalculation with Kurds now on the path to take roughly 30% of what is Turkey for their own land.

            Erdogan also DOUBLED his black mail demands THIS WEEK with Merkel agreeing to now pay him $6 BILLION, instead of prior promise of $3B, to SUPPOSEDLY stem the flow of moslem hordes into EU. She is one dumb woman. Money for nothing, or as Trump points out, ANOTHER BAD DEAL.

            The only thing that stands in the way of this disaster is Cyprus veto with a demand for Turkey to pull out of Cyprus, should be interesting to watch what happens. Ironic, isn’t it, that we and NATO dictate to Donbas they cannot secede and yet we and NATO FORCED such secession in ex Yugoslavia and then allowed Turkey to simply take half the Cyprus without any repercussions not demand to leave.

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            • osprey1 says:

              Turkey took 1/2 of Cyprus in 1974, well before the breakup of Yugoslavia. USG turned a blind eye because at that time Turkey was an important ally against the Soviets.

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    • Mr. Lucky says:

      The world has flipped. With Putin in the lead, Russia is now a Christian Nation that wants to kill Muslims. The US and EU are in league with the forces of darkness and want Islam and Africa to invade the West.

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      • Bull Durham says:

        Actually, Russia only wants to kill Wahhabi terrorists. They get along with their own 20 million Muslim Russians. Huge new mosque in Moscow. Putin has great relationship with Muslims. But terrorists get killed. They do not mess around. They suffered too much.

        The West is definitely using terror to break down sovereign nations and force the acceptance of a New World Order. Only Russia, China and Iran and India stand in the way. Quite an obstacle, eh?

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        • Riddick says:

          That red haired islamist leader al Shishani who is on life support now after we hit his compound a few days ago comes from Georgia (country), a convert to islam. Latest estimate is roughly 2,000 of wahabbists from Russia are in Syria now.

          Russia is trying to keep track of them all and has already killed a few who came back home from Syria. Shame we do not do the same.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Getting your hands on a US nuke is neigh on to impossible, and even then getting one to do anything more but become a big dirty bomb is more difficult than getting hands on it. Our tactical nukes have beeb gone for a long time (thanks, Bill) so you are pretty well limited to trying to steal something designed to fit onto the pointy end of an ICBM. BTW, if you’ve ever seen the rather rare occurance of a US nuke being moved on the ground, it is truly a sight to behold.
      Biggest worry is what happened to all of Russia’s tactical nukes. We treated tactical nuke security as we did that for the ICBM nukes hile the Rusians basically treated tactical nukes as rounds of artillery ammunition. Thr US president had to authorize a nuke release while certain Russian field commanders could authorize nuke use under certain circumstances. Question is, was there 100% accountability for Red tac nukes as the USSR folded and nuke stocks were deployed back to Russia. There’s also the question of their security in Rusia as the country melted down, there wasn’t a helluvalotta accountability before the dissolution and less for a long period after. You ight remember that while we (US taxpayers) were paying to demil the Russian’s WMD stores and factories, their excess strategic misile arsenal an lotsa other scary stuff we also footed the bill to increase their accounted for nuclear stockpiles to acceptable standards, and there’s a story there.
      There is also the issue that the military wasn’t the onlt agency in Russia with a nuke capability – opps, and there was no accounting for this other agency’s stock, opps again. But hey, they pinkie-promised all of their crapski was completely accounted for.

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    • Heck no! Throw the bums out and get some good patriots in office instead.

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  17. dbobway says:

    Some lives of Americans are now expendable to the present government in power.

    Yes that is fascist.

    Protesters are being paid by our leaders to harass voters.

    Yes that is fascist.

    And I’m supposed to think Trump is something he tells us he is not?

    Well, he is NOT a fascist!

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    • El Torito says:

      After 8 years of Obama setting up an infrastructure and encouraging hate and lawlessness, this will be a yuge mess to clean up. Trump is going to have to be brutal with all this organized scum to rid the US of it. These organizations are not going away without a fight and I look forward to the day when the rule of law takes back the hill. Make. it. hurt. BLM: Bloody Lifeless Maggots.

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  18. tz says:

    Bill Clinton: it depends on what the definition of ISIS is.

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  20. cranialdoc says:

    A little off topic but has anyone seen this story about Cruz having an affair with K. Pierson (she used to work for him) who now works for Trump?

    WOW! http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/

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  21. dctace says:

    Its no problem they were only headed to the osama memorial rocketeers club in portland for their annual kill a infidel day.we swear it a very peacefull club.

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  22. Kent says:

    Hey non-preppers….can you smell the coffee yet?

    Ten days worth of dry and canned goods…toiletries…water…fuel…medicines…

    You don’t have to go all out hardcore on it….two liter soda bottles make great dry storage for such things as red beans, rice….water….water….water….

    Did I mention water?

    If the power went of RIGHT NOW…and didn’t come back on for two weeks…

    How would you do?

    How would your family do?

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    • Mr. Lucky says:

      2016 will be remembered as the last year when things seemed somewhat normal.
      Prepare if you are moved to do so.

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    • shiloh1973 says:

      Ten days will only keep you alive for ten days. do you really think this crap would end in ten days? Think again. Ten days might get you through a medium earthquake or possible a blizzard or minor flooding.

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      • Kent says:

        It was a hypothetical…or theoretical…or some such.

        Some would not have supplies for two days much less ten…or one hundred….

        “The emergency”…when/if it arrives will only be compounded by the lack of preparedness by what? 80% of the population?

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        • shiloh1973 says:

          Just pointing out if you want to help people get prepared, give them the worst case scenario.

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          • Kent says:

            I am not in disagreement with you….not at all….I suspect we’re on the same wavelength.

            But not everyone is.

            Some just can’t wrap their minds around the ‘big picture’ I believe is coming like a bad cold…like the day they turn the faucet handle and no water comes out….and it doesn’t come back on for…uhhmmm…say…two years.

            1888 is one well coordinated terror attack away…but you have already thought about that, haven’t you?

            Maybe this should go to the open discussion thread…..not sure if as many would see it there.

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            • shiloh1973 says:

              I think you are right. Probably belongs on the open thread. Let’s carry it on tomorrow.

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              • Irisheyes says:

                Please do carry it on tomorrow in another thread. I have a lot of questions for you, since IMHO if the worst case scenario happens, “prepping” won’t help many people for very long. I’ve researched this for years, and have come solidly to that conclusion. But I’m always open to new information -if logical.

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      • Mr. Lucky says:

        Kent is right: 10 days is what you need. If the system is down for more than 2 weeks, any country will descend into anarchy.

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        • shiloh1973 says:

          Yes it will, but you do not have to be part of it. I can go about a year now and working on more.

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        • shiloh1973 says:

          I might add it will not take two weeks for the anarchy. We had a really bad wind storm last fall and the next day people were in a panic because no one would accept a credit card. The power was down and they could not process them. People were begging to find someone who would take a credit card because they had no food in their house.

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          • bofh says:

            I think I recall a national truckers strike a few years ago, and in New York City, all of the food disappeared from the shelves in less than a day. Big cities are 100% dependent on external sources, and nearly “just-in-time” in terms of minimal surplus storage. Any interruption of the constant supply will be rapidly catastrophic because of the population density.

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        • bofh says:

          Depends on the population density where you live. People in the cities will be at risk almost immediately, since nothing is available locally in terms of life-supporting resources (not to mention the danger from crime, panic, and sanitary/disease issues). Those in a more rural setting will be able to survive longer by foraging and some degree of preparation. The longer-term survivors will have to have been well prepared, especially depending on the climate-area they live in, since self-sufficiency is an almost forgotten art.

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        • Kent says:

          And ten days could be achieved for a minimum of expense…maybe.

          In cold weather one needs propane and a heater which won’t kill you via carbon monoxide emissions…I recently NEEDED that heater because the power company had some issues in my area and the lights went off 15-20 times over 7-8 days for several hours in ‘cold’ weather…like 40*F lows…sure was nice to fire up that little Buddy Heater and knock the chill off.

          Can’t imagine how much nicer it would have been, possibly essential to survival in the case of old folks or babies, in ‘climes much further north than my upper gulf coast location.

          But food and water would be inexpensive to store.

          $100 and a little bit of foresight and research could easily get it done…quite a bit less if finances are an issue…and the FEMA response items would be what we call ‘lagniappe’ down here…a little extra bonus…a gift….(ask me how I know this ;-)……

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      • czarowniczy says:

        I was going to mention that, ten days in Katrina would still have left over twenty days before FEMA was able to get things rolling. If you thonk FEMA is much better now, locals and religious groups were rescuing and supplying people who were flooded here recently while local pols were still trying to find out what FEMA was going to do.
        Another thing from Katrina – while the state or city pols could not force people to leave their homes they did partner with FEMA to try and limit supplies coming in to try and starve out people who stayed behind to protect their homes.
        Most important thing is a reliable water supply, we have two large water bladders that fir into our bathtubs where they are filled and stored. You can go longer without food than water and one of the first things any city wishing to corral its inhabitants will cut off.

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        • Kent says:

          ‘zactly right…minimal food will get you by…(most of us are a bit overly-chubby anyway)…

          but water?

          The Nectar of Life….literally….

          Two to a few days without and the body starts shutting down…..

          (and it’s hard to cook red beans and rice without it)……….

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          • czarowniczy says:

            Dehydrated and then rehydrated red beans and rice – there.s irony

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            • Kent says:

              Red beans and rice on a hellfire missile thread is mos’ def’ ironic….

              But…..could it all be tied together? Like…some kind of conspiracy?

              The red bean mystery…and what was the rice’s role in all of this?

              But I digress…(chortle)…..

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  23. KBR says:

    How many model rockets have been delivered on other flights? Ships?

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  24. Rex says:

    Another angle/question:
    Why would Serbia go public with this?
    Maybe they think someone is trying to paint a picture with them holding the bag.

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  25. Shadrach says:

    Portland? It is possible they were intended for a drive down the coast? Entry at a less conspicuous point…then shipped to a better target. And on one of the reported news items, they say they were probably stolen…
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/air-serbiamissiles_us_56e5deb0e4b065e2e3d64fa3

    I can’t really see the point of shipping these missiles here unless they’re intended for ships. Not like they don’t have a lot of items to choose from over there.

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    • conservativehippie says:

      thank goodness the dubai ports deal under g.w. bush fell through.

      can you imagine saudi companies running the ports up and down the west coast?! what could go wrong? /s

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  26. Backspin says:

    Globalists and Banksters funding and arming both sides for centuries !!

    Order out of chaos , depression ,inflation , create panic and rape the Nations …. Brotherhood of the Snake …. this is who they are.

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  27. preppin247 says:

    Don’t worry people.. I’m sure secretary of state Kerry is on top of things.. is Bob Dylan still alive?? Maybe if he sang them a song all would be well…Good thing is Trump basically owns the news cycle and I’m sure he’ll mention this fiasco

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  28. mamadogsite says:

    I hope this is on the right thread, but WHY has our Departments of Homeland Security and Health and Human Services quietly been purchashing ammo over the past 6 years or so. It seems like when there was a shortage of certain calibers of ammo, a teeny news blip would come out about varions governmental agencies purchasing vast quantities of said ammo. I haven’t heard any more on this for at least a year or so. I often wondered why these various agencies were purchasing ammo. Any ideas?

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  29. Janeka says:

    Humm.. I said months ago I suspected the Navy boat detained at the first of the year was part of an illegal technology eguiptment transfer of US military secrets.. So they had some missiles, but didn’t have the technology required to operate them effectively.. Perfect cover.. And thought operation zero footprint ended with Benghazi. Wonder if Extortion 17 can be linked to this on going unlawful arms deal as well..? If so then we have been systematically destroyed at the highest levels of a treasonous government..

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  30. Riddick says:

    Sundance, 2 posts never showed up? What was offensive in them?

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  31. Thank God for our Serbian friends. The original fighters of the War on Terror.

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  32. If Trump doesn’t win this election, the American people will learn what the Serbian people have known for centuries.

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  33. Chewbarkah says:

    Does it strike anyone else as odd that “someone” chose to announce this missile find to the world rather than quietly substitute an inert lookalike with internal tracking device, and send it on its merry way to see who receives it and where it goes? Gee, what might that imply …

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    • Riddick says:

      Real reason was an alert to all other airlines to look for same now. We got lucky with this particular airline, and MUST ASSUME that similar shipments were sent by other means and airlines.

      Portland was picked due to much smaller airport and much less security than, say, airports in NY area.

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  34. Howie says:

    These are just two that were intercepted by accident. Who knows what is already in country.

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  35. Gracchus says:

    The Greeks intercepted a Turkish freighter full of weapons headed to Lebanon a few weeks ago. The rumor on Moon of Alabama was that the Gulf States sent the weapons because they are planning to open up a new front to threaten supply lines from the Russian port in Latakia Province in Syria, or it could just be to create a force in being to tie up Syrian units guarding the Lebanese border and give them leverage in negotiations. Haven’t checked the dates so I may be wrong; but It seems like only shortly following the seizure of the freighter, NATO took over patrols in the area of the seizure purportedly to slow the refugee flow; but it would also serve to prevent another embarrassing weapons interception by loose lipped Greeks. These weapons are very likely to have been sent by the Gulf States with the consent of the anti-Trump Sea Island Cabal. They may even try to tie a political assassination attempt to Hezbollah to justify an Israel intervention in Lebanon and remove their troops from the Syrian equation. They could accomplish quite a few seemingly unconnected goals with one Hellfire missile.

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  36. Kenneth says:

    Disgusting that these rockets cost $150,000 a piece!
    The queston is whether or not the rockets were tied to any kind of device which could have triggered an onboard explosion.

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    • czarowniczy says:

      Unit price depends on which varient the missile is but a Hellfire is a bit of overkill to bring down an airliner, far more concealable and cost-effective dvices are available.
      I’d like to know why someonw smart and resourceful enough to score two Hellfires was dimb enough to ship them ona commercial airliner.

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  38. bofh says:

    Sorry this comment is so late to the table, but just thought of it:

    Wasn’t there another missiles-in-a-box event a couple of months ago, that was later explained to be dummy training units? The current ones were apparently discovered by a bomb-sniffer dog, but I’m wondering if the dog can give a false indication on the solid-propellant for the rocket? In other words, it would be important to know if there was, in fact, an HE warhead in place in these units, confirmed by someone that actually knows what the insides of a Hellfire missile look like.

    Of course, the issue of their provenance still remains, but the situation is a little different depending on whether there is a live warhead or not.

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