Experts: Mystery contrail was from Chinese missile

Discussion in 'Politics' started by bearice, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. Although the U.S. Defense Department and North American Aerospace Defense Command have speculated publicly that the unidentified contrail of a projectile soaring into the skies off the California coast – and recorded by a KCBS television crew – came from a jet and posed no security threat to the U.S., several experts are raising provocative and disturbing questions about the government's official response, reports Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

    Two governmental military experts with extensive experience working with missiles and computer security systems have examined the television video and conclude the mysterious contrail originating some 30 miles off the coast near Los Angeles did not come from a jet – but rather, they say the exhaust and the billowing plume emanated from a single source nozzle of a missile, probably made in China.

    They further suggest the missile was fired from a submerged Chinese nuclear submarine off America's coast, and point out that the timing of the alleged Chinese missile shot coincided with an increasing confrontation between the U.S. and China, and was likely meant to send a message to Washington.
  2. Since the whole birther movement is dead I guess WND has to find other BS conspiracies to report on
  3. That is big news. F-22 Raptor are not supposed to crash on their own.
  4. Thank you. These conspiracy theories just write themselves. Just tell wnd dot com you read it here first.
  5. That woman lives a few miles from me. She's loaded and lives in a pretty nice house. The woman certainly likes to talk. I really don't know if she actually believes what she says or just likes attention.
  6. But where did the missile crash? There is no information regarding this after so many days.
  7. Interesting, though, that U.S. now proposes anti-missile shield that would include Russia.

    That is what you would expect as a counter-move to the Chinese.

    This is the U.S. "method of operation" diplomatically and economically - expand our team, and isolate the other team.