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  Coast Guard Lieutenant Accused of Terrorist Plot
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 8 hours ago - Forum: General News and Events - No Replies

The media is calling this man a white supremacist, and he very well may be, but what concerns me is that "they" label everyone on the right as a "white supremacist". 
I have to tell everyone out there that I don't condone violence against anyone unless they throw the first punch, or they are trying to harm my family. And I certainly don't condone any acts of terrorism!

This could be another FF setup from the Left making it appear to be from the Right.  I did a search on his name, but nothing told his political party.

This is still an early story, so let's see what else comes out about this. If he is really on the Right, he should be punished to the full extent of the law!  He makes the rest of us look bad.  Either way, either side, I'm glad they got this POS off the streets!

Quote:A Coast Guard lieutenant arrested earlier this week on drug and gun charges was planning to commit domestic terrorism, according to a court filing from the U.S. District Court in Maryland.

In a motion filed Tuesday, U.S. attorneys said Christopher Hasson, a lieutenant in the U.S. Coast Guard who has served at the service’s headquarters in Washington since 2016, had a hit list of targets, a cache of guns and a series of communications with white supremacists. The first sentence in the motion imploring the court to detain Hasson pending trial: “The defendant intends to murder innocent civilians on a scale rarely seen in this country.”

Per the motion, he was arrested Feb. 15 on charges of possession of a firearm and ammunition by an unlawful user or addict of controlled substances, as well as “simple possession” of an opioid. But, prosecutors write, these charges “are the proverbial tip of the iceberg.”

“The defendant is a domestic terrorist, bent on committing acts dangerous to human life that are intended to affect governmental conduct.”

Per the court document, Hasson has been serving as an acquisitions officer at the Coast Guard’s D.C. headquarters since June of 2016. Though he has not received any tactical, weapons or explosives-related training in this position, the prosecutors note that Hasson served in the Marine Corps from 1988 to 1993, followed by approximately two years of active duty with the Army National Guard. When authorities raided his residence earlier this month, they found 15 firearms and over 1,000 rounds of mixed ammunition, the document says. His detention hearing is scheduled for Thursday in Greenbelt, Md. According to a separate court filing signed Feb. 15, Hasson will be represented by a public defender.

The filing was first reported by Seamus Hughes, the deputy director of the Program on Extremism at George Washington University.
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Firearms and ammunition found at Christopher Hasson’s residence, plus a portion of a letter found. (Photo illustration: Yahoo News; photos: U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland)

Prosecutors stated that since 2017 Hasson has “routinely perused” the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik, a far-right Norwegian terrorist who killed 77 people in two attacks in 2011. Hasson followed the instructions of the document, which tell “a prospective assailant to amass appropriate firearms, food, disguises, and survival supplies.”

On Jan. 17, Hasson allegedly compiled a list of targets including a number of Democratic politicians and left-leaning political commentators. The names on the list include “Sen blumen jew” (presumably Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn.,) and “poca warren” (presumably Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass.).

There are also references to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and a long list of additional Democratic senators, including Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., Cory Booker, D-N.J., Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Tim Kaine, D-Va. The list also includes likely references to a number of House members (Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.), television hosts (Joe Scarborough and Chris Hayes of MSNBC, Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo of CNN), former Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas and the Democratic Socialists of America.

On the same day he finished the list, the court filing says, Hasson completed the following Google searches over the course of three hours: “what if trump illegally impeached,” “best place in dc to see congress people,” “where in dc to congress live,” “civil war if trump impeached” and “social democrats usa.”

Hasson’s alleged online searches for pro-Russian, neo-fascist and neo-Nazi literature, along with draft emails recovered from his email offer insight into what prosecutors describe as extremist views.

“I am dreaming of a way to kill almost every last person on the earth,” Hasson allegedly wrote in a draft email to “acquaintances” last June; in the email, he appears to outline a stream of possible ways — ranging from biological attacks to “bombing/sniper campaign” — to violently fight back against “Liberalist/Globalist ideology is destroying traditional peoples esp white.”

“It seems inevitable that we are doomed,” the email continues, with Hasson soliciting ideas for how he might “enlist the help of another power/country,” such as Russia “or any land that despises the west’s liberalism. Excluding of course the muslim scum,” conceding, “I don’t think I can cause complete destruction on my own.”

Among the list of things he seems to be instructing himself to do once he “comes off of TDL [tramadol],” the opioid he was charged with possession of, is taking a “serious look at appropriate individual targets, to bring greatest impact. Professors, DR’s, Politian’s, Judges, leftists in general.”

In another alleged draft email sent to himself in September 2017, Hasson apparently wrote to a well-known American neo-Nazi leader, identifying himself as “a long time White Nationalist, having been a skinhead 30 plus years ago before my time in the military.”

In addition to evidence of regular tramadol use, prosecutors also note that Hasson appeared to be stockpiling human growth hormone in accordance with part of the Breivik manifesto that recommends the use of narcotics to increase killing ability. Agents said they discovered a locked case filled with more than 30 bottles labeled “HGH” when they searched Hasson’s home.

Charges related to domestic terrorism in the United States have risen in recent years and, according to a report from the Southern Poverty Law Center released earlier Wednesday, the number of hate groups operating in the country has reached an all-time high. Last fall, a Florida man was arrested for mailing 16 pipe bombs to critics of President Trump and prominent Democratic figures, and a gunman killed 11 people at a Pittsburgh synagogue that had supported refugees.

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  Proof of a Secret Space Program?
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - Yesterday, 06:24 PM - Forum: UFOs, Aliens and Universal Questions - Replies (1)

If we are to believe these photos aren't "doctored", then I'd say this is pretty compelling evidence that we have anti-gravity craft flying out there that came from our Secret Space Program.
These aren't your ordinary fuzzy photos, but clear captures of a triangle craft. There were even some men in black that paid a visit to the photographer and warned him not to speak of seeing this craft, but he did anyway.

Quote:Written by Dr Michael Salla on February 20, 2019. Posted in Featured, Space Programs

On February 18, four stunning photographs of a flying triangle shaped craft was taken in Orlando, Florida at around 1:20 am. The photographer, my confidential source JP, was then approached by two men in black who threatened him to remain silent about what he had seen and photographed. The craft appeared with three lights shining, one at each corner, and hovered about 45 feet (13.7 meters) away from him over a secluded field near his home.

In a Skype message, JP told me about what had happened. He recalled going to bed around 10 pm on Sunday night, and then waking up at 2:30 am with a sore throat. He says that when he checked his phone, he saw four pictures of a flying triangle. He then remembered that he had been standing out in the field and taking the photos and video of the craft. He says that he felt an electromagnetic field around the craft which was the size of a school bus.

After taking the photos and videos he remembered starting to walk back home. After 10 minutes, JP says that two men in black approached him and threatened him not to tell me about it in particular. He says that one of the men pulled out something like a gun and threatened him. He next remembered waking up in bed. The video of the craft was gone, but the photos remained. What follows is a short video of the original four photos and enhancements to better clarify what JP photographed.

In previous encounters with antigravity craft, both in Tampa (next to McDill Air Force Base) and Orlando, JP recalls being taken inside the craft where he has had multiple experiences with personnel belonging to USAF Special Operations. These earlier incidents have been described in articles where I have analyzed the photos he has taken, and the circumstances of each encounter.

In the earlier incidents, JP recalls being encouraged to take photos of the different shaped craft by covert personnel associated with Air Force Special Operations, but then being threatened by personnel associated with the CIA not to take any videos of the incidents. Indeed, he says that other videos prior to the February 18 incident had also been mysteriously deleted from his phone.

In the February 18 incident, JP believes that he was followed from his home to the field by CIA personnel who have him under constant surveillance due to the regular contacts he has been having with both Air Force secret space program personnel and extraterrestrials, which I have described in previous articles.

JP supplied a screenshot of the information from the last of the four photos he took, which gives the timestamp of when it was taken, confirming his recollection of the events that transpired early in the morning of February 18. The following images are of image 4 in the sequence (original with no enhancements) and the screenshot of his camera phone of the time when it was taken.
JP’s stunning photos are powerful evidence of a Secret Space Program run by USAF Special Operations, which is encouraging him to take photos and videos of their antigravity spacecraft. Other government entities, such as the CIA, are not happy with this arrangement, and are intimidating and harassing JP [see note below], and deleting video evidence of what he is witnessing.
Michael E. Salla, Ph.D.

Feel free to share this article with original links. For those planning to incorporate the above video and/or original photos in their own YouTube videos/articles, you have permission to do so provided you link to the original source.

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  Boeing 787 Dreamliner Hits 801 MPH
Posted by: guohua - 02-19-2019, 10:43 PM - Forum: Aviation Developments - Replies (1)

OMG!  tinywhat Really?

Quote:Virgin Atlantic Boeing 787 Dreamliner Hits 801 MPH Over Pennsylvania, Thanks to Jet Stream
But, But, But, they say in the article that the aircraft was not actually going that fast  tinybighuh  that was its ground speed not its airspeed  minusculethinking .
YUP, I'm confused.

Quote:Nothing like a little breeze at your airliner's back to make it look like you're going supersonic.   minusculeheadbanging
Quote:Who needs the Concorde, anyway? On Monday, somewhere over norther Pennsylvania, a Virgin Atlantic-flown Boeing 787 Dreamliner traveling from Los Angeles to London managed to go where few commercial planes have gone before: to a speed of 801 miles per hour.
See, See, See right there above says 801 mph!
Quote:There is, of course, a catch: that 801-mph Vmax was the plane's ground speed, or the rate at which it was passing over the chilly landscape of PA below.  

As far as the 787 was concerned, however, it was still well within the performance envelope it was designed for, zipping along close to its established cruising speed of around 560 miles per hour. 
Quote:Groundspeed, as it sounds like, is how fast a plane appears to be traveling from the vantage point of an observer on the solid, unmoving ground below.

If you were the Flash and wanted to keep pace with the 787 above you yesterday, you'd have to be running along at 801 miles per hour to match it.
Airspeed, on the other hand, is how fast a plane is traveling compared to the air around it—for example, how fast it might look to a balloon floating along in the same air.
In the case of yesterday's speeding Dreamliner, that wind was a jet stream current flowing from west to east at faster-than-normal speeds; as The Washington Post pointed out, a weather balloon lofted from central Long Island's Upton, New York clocked the jet stream yesterday at a record 231 miles per hour.

With wind that strong at the aircraft's back, even a 225-ton 787-9 can pick up a nice speed boost—in this case, enough to push it to speeds never before seen for its type, at least from the ground.
Okay! Make sense to You?

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  Is It Really RBG?
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 02-19-2019, 10:33 PM - Forum: Political News and more - Replies (3)

The media and the Left Liars are trying their best to sell us the story that Ruth Bader Ginsburg is back at work.  However, they have yet to post a CURRENT picture of her with their reports, only taking old photographs from last year to post inside the articles.

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Quote:Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has returned to the bench eight weeks after undergoing lung cancer surgery.
The 85-year-old justice joined her eight colleagues for a scheduled one-hour argument in a case involving the U.S. Postal Service on Feb. 19.

She wore one of her signature decorative collars and stood with the other eight justices as the court marshal called the court to order, before taking her usual seat to the right of Chief Justice John Roberts.
Prior to returning to the bench, Ginsburg had returned to the court for the justices’ private conference on Feb. 15 for the first time since December 2018.

The oldest judge of the court’s nine justices underwent surgery to remove two malignant growths in her left lung at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on Dec. 21, 2018. She was released from the New York hospital on Christmas Day.
Read More:  Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Returns to the Bench After Lung Cancer Surgery

I'm sorry, but I'm still not buying it. Nowhere on social media has anyone at DC offered a picture of Ruthie walking around or attending a SC meeting.
The last meeting was "closed" to public, convenient for them, right?
Then yesterday, I believe it was, I came across an article showing her walking into some building in DC.  Thing is they had taken a film from last year and tried to pass it off as if it happened yesterday. 

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Sorry, but I'm still not convinced she's alive, especially when the media is trying to pull shenanigans like this.

If anyone out there in DC sees this and you see Ruthie, please provide us with CURRENT proof of life.

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  Strange craft flying at around 40,000 feet
Posted by: guohua - 02-19-2019, 10:26 PM - Forum: UFOs, Aliens and Universal Questions - Replies (1)

I just found this article and it is a year old, but very interesting.

Quote:Learjet And Airbus Had Strange Encounter With Mysterious Craft Over Arizona 
You'll read where the one pilot says that the craft was really beaming a light or a really big reflection from the sun.
Now you have to keep in mind that the air traffic controller never seen this craft/object on radar and it didn't have a transponder.

Quote:A series of strange events occurred high up in the flightlevels above Southern Arizona on February 24th, 2018. Between roughly 3:30pm and 4:15pm local time, N71PG, a Learjet 36 belonging to Phoenix Air, and American Airlines Flight 1095, an Airbus A321, had independent close encounters with a strange craft flying at around 40,000 feet.

The planes were flying east at about 37,000 feet between the Sonoran Desert National Monument and the New Mexico border when the incident took place. 
 Yes around 40,000 feet, was this craft a passenger airliner trying to save fuel? But why No Transponder?
Quote:The initial report came from N71PG, the Learjet, asking Albuquerque Center if traffic had passed above them. The controller replied "negative," meaning that there was no traffic to his knowledge that would account for such an observation.

The Learjet pilot replies defiantly, "somethin' did." Another pilot chimed in on the frequency saying "a UFO" and the Learjet pilot replied "yeah." 

A few minutes later, the controller asks American 1095 to let him know if they see anything "pass over you here in the next 15 miles." The American Airlines pilot replies in a puzzled manner "if anything passes over us!?"

The controller responds "affirmative, we had an aircraft in front of you at 37 [thousand feet] that reported something pass over him and we didn't have any [radar] targets, so just let me know if you see anything pass over you."

At this point things get even more interesting as the Learjet pilot chimes in saying "I don't know what it was, it wasn't an airplane but it was--the path was going in the opposite direction."

A minute later American 1095 calls back in saying "yeah something just passed over us, like a--I don't know what it was, but it was at least two-three thousand feet above us. Yeah it passed right over the top of us."

The controller calmly acknowledges the pilot's report and says nothing else. 
Something Passed Over Them! But What?

Quote:Then a moment later the controller asks American 1095 "Could you tell if it was in motion or if it was just hovering?"

The Airbus pilot quickly replies "I couldn't make it out if it was a balloon or whatnot, but it was just really beaming light or had a big reflection and several thousand feet above us going the opposite direction."
The controller confirms the report by just saying "roger." 

Shortly after that communiqué a pilot asks on the frequency "was it a Google balloon?" To which AAL1095 responds in a troubled tone "Doubtful." Another voice then comes on the frequency saying "a UFO!" 
A UFO, I would think so.

Quote:According to an FAA representative who was incredibly helpful and forthcoming during our preliminary investigation, he didn't think the incident was written up and noted that the supervisor at Albuquerque Center didn't even know about it when queried.

That does seem somewhat odd considering some sort of unidentified craft was flying along highly trafficked air routes at jet altitudes that didn't have a transponder, did not appear on radar, and was not communicating with air traffic control. 

You can read the Whole article and listen to the actual conversation between the controller and aircraft here: Source

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  Making presence felt
Posted by: Wallfire - 02-19-2019, 06:33 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (1)

Interesting story from England. A 14 year old muslim boy dies from an infection and at his funeral there is over a 1000 muslim people.There is no way this boy or his family knew so many people.
This is what is known as "making presence felt" , not only that but the logistics of moving, feeding and WC ect are very smoothly run.
I do hope people understand that the logistics need to do things like this are basically the same as needed in a revolution.

BTW "making presence felt" is a legal way of intimidating another culture or race. Also a wonderful way to practice logistics and the moving of people

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  Whats in a name
Posted by: Wallfire - 02-19-2019, 12:32 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (1)

I think we all know who Kamala Harris is, but its worth going to google translate, enter kamala as a Finnish word and translate to English.  tinybiggrin

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  The Convicts & The Kid.
Posted by: BIAD - 02-18-2019, 09:57 PM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (3)

Sometimes -just sometimes, there's a glimpse of what we can be as human beings.

Prisoners break into car to SAVE baby’s life after dad accidentally locks girl inside.

The five prisoners used a wire coat hanger to unlock the door after seeing the anxious dad standing
outside the locked car near a Florida court.

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'A group of inmates broke into a car to save a baby girl’s life after she was accidentally locked inside by her dad.
The five prisoners, who were on work release, used a wire coat hanger to unlock the door after seeing the anxious
dad standing outside the locked car near a Florida court.

The dad told them he had accidentally left his keys and his one-year-old baby in his vehicle, according to ABC News.
When the dad said he could not afford a locksmith, the inmates jumped into action and teamed up with deputies
from the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.

"When somebody had a wire coat hanger, we were able to get the door open enough to get it in there, unlock the door,"
Richard Stanger of the Pasco County Sheriff's Office told ABC 7.
He said that the inmates "know they made bad mistakes, bad choices, but they want to do the right thing in life."

The convicts were able to help because they were on work release -meaning they were trusted enough to be released
from their cells to complete a day of supervised labour outside the prison.
Mobile footage captured by the baby's mum, Shadow Lantry, shows the inmates and the deputies working hard to get
the door open.

“There’s only a very small percentage of those criminals out there that want to fight us and want to attack us, but a lot of
them, like these individuals, they know they made bad mistakes, bad choices but they want to do the right thing in life,"
Nocco told ABC Action News.
The parents made sure their child was fine and thanked everyone for their help.

Experts advise never to leave your child alone in the car...'
The Sun:

A good story... ruined by the last sentence. 'Experts'...?!

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  Harvard Professor Claims The First Interstellar Object In The Solar System Could Be A
Posted by: Wallfire - 02-18-2019, 07:05 PM - Forum: UFOs, Aliens and Universal Questions - Replies (3)

Any one else found this info ??. I seem to remember it was proven it was just a rock

Quote:February 18, 2019 LUFOS ConspiracyLatest postsNASAUFO News 0

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A Harvard professor has proposed that Oumuamua, which is the first to arrive interstellar object in our solar system, could be alien in origin.
University of Hawaii astronomers spotted the cigar-shaped object entering our solar system on October 19, 2017. Astrophysicists named it Oumuamua, which means a scout or messenger in the Hawaiian word.
The extraterrestrial visitor has a strange spaceship shape, and its origin is still unknown, which instantly fired wild speculations around the world.
Among several dozens of considered outlandish theories is that it’s an advanced alien technological equipment. However, this theory may not be as far-fetched as initially thought.
The chair of Harvard’s astronomy department Professor Avi Loeb argues it’s scientifically imperative to entertain the Oumuamua alien probe story until the evidence proves otherwise.
The Professor says that the scientific community stays away from discussing the search for alien civilisations because of the baggage from science fiction and unidentified flying objects (UFOs).
Professor believes that it is the wrong attitude because it’s like putting blinders on our eyes. He explains that it might not be the case, but it should be discussed as a possibility. He suggests collecting as much data on the next object class that we see to verify if this possibility is ruled out or ruled in.
He stresses that it is imperative not to dismiss any other hypothesis to check whether we are right in saying that something is just a rock.
Professor Loeb points out the strange thing about the Oumuamua. He says that it deviates from an orbit dictated by the gravity of the Sun and it shows no cometary tail or gas around it.

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  Interesting news from England
Posted by: Wallfire - 02-18-2019, 05:11 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (3)

I read this in the Daily Mail, some how the story does not sound true.
Its about a black mans front door that had been sprayed with the words "No Blacks".
Now if I wanted to scare a black person I would not use the very PC word BLACK.
My money is on him wanting a new flat or his 15mins , or both.
So what do other people think about the term "no blacks " been used.

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