The Watchman On The Wall

The Watchman On The Wall
Eph 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. Verse 13 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Military Musical Chairs Update 10-15-2013

Notice the location of Summerville, to Charleston proper

SUMMERVILLE, SC has experienced the following recent earthquakes:
2.2 magnitude 20 September Friday
2.5 19 September Thursday
2.3 14 September Saturday
2.3 7 September Saturday
1.1 Sunday 25 Aug
2.0 Friday 23 Aug

20 September was the sixth earthquake in Summerville in less than a month, and the second in two days.
According to the National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC), The Thursday 19 Sep. quake caused moderate ground shaking and windows rattling in homes.
No damage was reported, according to the NEIC.
The September September dates fit nicely with the dates the nukes were moved from Dyess to Charleston and if some nukes were moved earlier the August dates fit also. 
It's not unusual for small quakes to be felt in the Summerville area. The area is near the fault that caused a magnitude 7.3 earthquake that killed 110 people in 1886. However, this would provide excellent cover for a “false flag” event.

Moreover, I just thought of a new aspect about the moving of nuclear weapons from Dyess, AFB in Texas to Charleston, South Carolina and the recent earthquakes that occurred in that area in September. Perhaps, the Illuminati was trying to set off a Tsunami that would devastate the east coast of the U.S.

Moreover, I just thought of a new aspect about the moving of nuclear weapons from Dyess, AFB in Texas to Charleston, South Carolina and the recent earthquakes that occurred in that area in September. Perhaps, the Illuminati was trying to set off a Tsunami that would devastate the east coast of the U.S.

How realistic is the threat of a “mega-tsunami” to the eastern seaboard of North America? As I hear predictions of natural disasters hitting the USA for its sinfulness, I look, as a scientist, to see how God may use his own creation against man in judgment.

The east coast is very vulnerable. If the east coast were hit, it would create a huge disaster, because the east coast has a high population. The source of the tsunami could be the currently very unstable Cumbre Vieja, the most active volcano in the Canary Islands. The violent earthquake that would erupt would spread across the Atlantic and directly hit the east coast of America. Our evil government would falsely sell a tactical nuclear blast(s) as an earthquake and tsunami. Remember, a prime goal of the Illuminati is to reduce population and destroy the U.S. to usher in satan's 10 kingdoms. (see the Club of Rome map.)

Friends,  the question is were these leaders set up, blackmailed or extorted to get them out of the way? Below is a video and an article about the firings.

Remember, the Watchman first reported on 5 September 2013 that nukes were being secretly moved from Dyess Air Force Base in Texas to Charleston, South Carolina.

You be the judge but our military needs our prayers.

Rumor has it that the most recent firings at the Pentagon are related to failure of top brass to set off a nuke in Chaleston Harbor as ordered, and instead, set it off approx. 1000 km to the east of that location.

Supposedly, the 4.5 magnitude quake off the east coast that happened 5 days days ago was not a real quake, but was caused by the denoation of a nuclear device; perhaps this was one of the nukes that was reported to have been transported overland from a Texas military base to South Carolina with no paper trail associated with the transfer.
The Davey Crockett tactical nuke your Watchman served on this tactical nuclear weapon. 

One way to investigate the possibility that a mini nuke was detonated in the Atlantic off the coast of Charleston, is to obtain of the seismic signature of what is being touted as having been an earthquake.

The seismic signature that is produced by a nuke going off is different from the seismic signature that results from an actual earthquake. In the case of a regular seismic signature, the intensity of the shaking ramps up from zero to the max magnitude and then diminishes over the period of the quake.

In the case of the detonation of an underground nuclear device, there appears to be no ramping up from zero; the signature is just there bam at a high level seemingly right from the beginning. Then, similar to a true quake signature, the signature diminishes over time.

You might remember that there was a 5.8 magnitude earthquake that hit August 23, 2011 with an epicenter in central Virginia (Mineral, VA).

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The shaking from the 5.8 mag VA quake was so severe that it was felt in New York City, government buildings were evacuated in Washington, D.C., and damage was done to the Washington Monument. Shaking from the quake was felt from Quebec, Canada all the way down the U.S. eastern seaboard.

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Those who cared to investigate found that the seismic signature of this VA earthquake was the kind that is generated not by an earthquake, but by the underground detonation of a nuclear device.

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At the time the 5.8 magnitude VA earthquake happened, it was well reported just how unusual having an earthquake of that magnitude in that region was. The other odd thing about it was that ON THE SAME DAY (12 hours EARLIER) a strong earthquake also occurred in another place that does not often experience them; the epicenter of the 5.3 magnitude quake was in Trinidad, Colorado.

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This was the strongest earthquake to hit Colorado in more than forty years. It was felt as far away as 350 miles north of Trinidad, CO as well as in Kansas and New Mexico.

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By chance, the seismic signature of this latter quake was recorded on the seismograph of a seventh grade science class who happened to be studying seismology.

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The seismic signature of this latter quake even more clearly bore the characteristics of the event not having been a quake, but the underground detonation of a nuclear device.

The possibility of these two quakes actually having been underground nuclear detonations is discussed in the article linked below.

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Last month a high level source revealed insider details of a nuclear weapons transfer within the domestic United States that was executed without an official directive or paper trail. One expert noted that such re-positioning of nuclear warheads doesn’t happen unless they “plan on using them.”
Curiously, just a day later, Senator Lindsey Graham warned that a failure to attack Syria could lead to a nuclear weapon being detonated in South Carolina. It was a notion that raised eye brows in mainstream media, but more so throughout alternative media circles, which suggested that the sequence of events were indicative of a false flag attack.
Yesterday, we learned that a senior member of U.S. nuclear command and head of the Air Force’s nuclear arsenal was relieved of his command. This has prompted questions about what is going on in the secret nuclear control centers around the country and it’s raising concerns about the security of America’s nuclear weapons.
Now, a report from the Associated Press goes further down the rabbit hole.
Together, the Carey and Giardina dismissals add a new dimension to a set of serious problems facing the military’s nuclear force.
The ICBM segment in particular has had several recent setbacks, including a failed safety and security inspection at a base in Montana in August, followed by the firing of the colonel there in charge of security forces. In May, The Associated Press revealed that 17 Minuteman 3 missile launch control officers at Minot Air Force Base, N.D., had been taken off duty in a reflection of what one officer there called “rot” inside the ICBM force.
In an inspection that the Air Force publicly termed a “success,” the AP disclosed that launch crews at Minot scored the equivalent of a “D” grade on missile operations. In June the officer in charge of training and proficiency of Minot’s missile crews was fired.
The sidelined launch officers were “not taking the job seriously enough,” causing their bosses to worry that they failed to understand what it takes to “stay up to speed” on nuclear missile operations, the Air Force chief of staff, Gen. Mark Welsh, told Congress in May. What it boiled down to, he said, was a lack of “proper attitude.”
Were the recent firings of top military brass a result of indiscretions and alcohol induced misbehavior as the official narrative would have us believe, or could a more sinister plot be developing?
Is it possible that nuclear war heads were, in fact, re-positioned by rogue elements within the ICBM nuclear command group without proper authorization?
And would these senior command terminations have occurred had the story about these weapons not been made public?
It’s all speculation at this point, but what we do know is that the U.S. government under the Obama Administration has been operating under a heavy veil of secrecy that has taken unprecedented steps to identify and prosecute whistle blowers and security leakers, making it difficult for the truth to make it to the public.
The fact that the military graded Air Force missile operations with a “D” should give us pause. That’s a gaping hole in our national security and one that could be capitalized on by those who would do us harm.

Thus, at this point, nothing is outside the realm of possibility, the least of which is the notion that a rogue element operating within the government apparatus may be planning a manufactured crisis on U.S. soil.

During the Bush administration there were only two American commanders of the International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan. Under Obama there have so far been five. There has been a new ISAF commander nearly every single year that Obama has been in office. The only exception is 2012 when Obama was too busy trying to win an election to bother further sabotaging a losing war.
The parade of musical chair generals began when Obama demanded the resignation of General McKiernan. The Washington Post called the firing of a wartime commander a “rare decision.” It was the first time since the days of General Douglas MacArthur that a four-star commanding general had been purged during a war.
The decision may have been rare, but it was not unexpected. General McKiernan was fired for the same offense that General McArthur had been targeted during the Korean War: He had demanded competency from an incompetent Democrat.
McKiernan had embarrassed Obama by demanding more troops to fight the war. The situation came to a head as General McKiernan pressed an indecisive Obama to make a decision. It was a devastating scene for an administration which had covered its pivot away from Iraq with concern trolling about winning in Afghanistan. The troops would be delivered, but McKiernan would pay the price.
General McKiernan’s firing was put down to the need for fresh ideas. McKiernan was deemed too “old school” because he wanted to fight an old-fashioned war against the Taliban while Obama Inc. believed that the war couldn’t be won by beating the Taliban, but by winning the hearts and minds of Afghans. It was a fashionable and doomed strategy that required sacrificing the lives and limbs of thousands of American soldiers to political correctness.
The old-school general who had once said, “I don’t understand ever putting your men and women in harm’s way, without their having the full ability to protect themselves. That also means operating on actionable intelligence to defeat insurgents, and protect your forces. That’s how you keep your soldiers alive,” was clearly not the man for that job.
Replacing him as ISAF commander was General McChrystal. McChrystal was everything that McKiernan wasn’t. He was hip fresh blood. He voted for Obama, listened to the right music and was a big fan of counterinsurgency. He hooked up with Greg Mortenson and handed out copies of Three Cups of Tea to his staff. The book proved to be a fraud and so did the COIN strategy for winning over the Afghans.
American soldiers were prevented from defending themselves to avoid offending the Afghans and the war was not moving forward. McChrystal claimed that he had presented a plan to Washington for defeating the Taliban, but Washington only wanted their capabilities degraded. The relationship between McChrystal and Obama also degraded, and McChrystal was fired over a negative Rolling Stone article that revealed that the ISAF commander held Obama and his cronies in contempt.
Urgently, Obama swapped out General McChrystal for General Petraeus, a former enemy now turned wartime ally. In only two years, Obama had gone through three generals and fired two wartime four-star generals, setting a new record for mismanaging a war.
Petraeus’s move from Central Command to commanding the ISAF was unprecedented and did not last long. With the Taliban undefeated and the conflict shifting from a military war to a campaign of drone strikes and targeted assassinations, General Petraeus shifted over to the CIA to command the new fallback position of the war effort as Director Petraeus. But a year later, Petraeus met the same fate as McKiernan and McChrystal after alienating the CIA top brass which enmeshed him in a scandal.  It did not help matters any that Republicans were salivating over the idea of a Petraeus candidacy in 2016.
Petraeus had been replaced by General Allen, who became enmeshed in the same scandal, and the confirmation hearings of his replacement, General Dunford, were sped up. 
This month, Dunford has taken command of an ISAF in retreat as Afghanistan has become the new Iraq. And Dunford has become the fifth ISAF commander under Obama. Of his four predecessors, all have ended their careers under a cloud.
The War in Afghanistan has been lost and so have the careers of most of its commanders. Obama has constantly swapped out generals, and unlike the rotating allied ISAF commanders during the Bush era, many of them were fired because they threatened Obama politically in some way.
The record is an ugly one, but it is not limited to the war theater in Afghanistan. After the Benghazi disaster, General Carter Ham of AFRICOM was reportedly edged out after telling a Republican Congressman that he had not received any requests for support. His replacement, General Rodriguez, had earlier taken over part of McKiernan’s job after Obama had forced him out.
More recently General Mattis, the commander of United States Central Command, 
Petraeus’s old job, was booted out without even a personal phone call for being too hawkish about Iran. The insult was unprecedented and the reason was the same. Like McKiernan and McChrystal, Mattis had offended important people in the Obama administration. And for that he paid the price.

General Dempsey, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, exemplifies the costs of career survival in the age of Obama. Dempsey echoes everything that the civilians tell him. 

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