Posted on by Stewart
There were so many stories today, I just have to list them by location. It is one of those days where you feel like you want to get the first UFO off the planet. I’m watching the skies.
Anyway, here is the list of sad and scary news:
Syria– The US has given Syrian President/ Dictator/ Murderer 3 days to get out of dodge. The Turkish envoy that was sent to Damascus to ask for a ceasefire was basically sent home with a message to not interfere. Subsequently, Syria started shelling towns on the Syria-Turkey border. There is a rumor that Spain has offered Assad asylum if he leaves the country. If not, it is possible that the US will attack Syria, maybe with Israeli help. The Iranians will not play nice after that.
Libya– It is rumored that Tunisia has offered asylum to Gaddhafi and family. It is also rumored Moammar may leave Tripoli within 3 days. But first, he is sending waves of SCUD missiles at the rebels. Going out with a bang! When he leaves, Europe and America will enjoy the oil and gas waiting to be used by the consumers on both continents. Hopefully, fuel prices will come down.
Windsor, Ontario & Detroit, Michigan– These twin cities are reporting constant rumbling and tremors between 1a and 3a most nights. They are becoming louder and more widespread, causing people to complain about loss of sleep. Officials say these are not earthquakes and not from the salt mines. No one knows what they are, but they are scary. Could deep tunneling be going on between the 2 cities? Seems like it–but , why?
Gulf of Mexico– If you look at the current tropical storm weather map, you will see a line of depressions from the Atlantic, into the Caribbean and into the Pacific. None are moving into the Gulf as they normally would. It is as if, once again, they are being artificially blocked from the Gulf as as not to disturb the oil and gas swimming around there. If a storm came through, the evidence would wash up on shore, blowing the cover stories.
Russia– A mother received a cell call from her 19-year-old daughter camping in Siberia with her step-father. The man had been attacked by a brown bear and the girl fled. The bear and her 3 cubs pounced on the escaping girl and started to eat her alive. The mother listened on the other end, helplessly, as she heard her daughter’s screams for help and heard the bears chewing her up. When rangers finally arrived, they found her badly mauled body on the ground. The mother is in a state of shock and I imagine will never recover from that horror.
Phoenix– The third sand and dust storm this Summer has swiped over Phoenix and Maricopa County. Power lines are down and flights were cancelled or delayed. In all my life, I have never heard of this in Arizona before. Yes, there are sandstorms now and then, but 3 massive ones that blanket Phoenix is unheard of. I remember years ago in New Mexico, I experienced a sandstorm, but it was nothing like this. The Dust Bowl is returning as a precursor to the Ice Age!