Saturday, December 8, 2012

Rumor: Marine Corps Officers' Wives Told to Stock Food, Water, and Some Cash for Possible Electronic Banking Disruption



My wife, through her network of girlfriends in Oceanside, was told yesterday that the Marine Corps Officer wives at Camp Pendleton were being told to stock up on food, water and cash in contingency for 7-10 days of possible disruption of normal shopping and electronic banking systems.  They were also told to keep the gas tanks full of fuel.

This is very similar to what Cobra has said.

Married life has taught me a healthy respect for the informal ad-hoc communication networks that women create among themselves.

Is this the ramp up to the change in the banking system?  

18 comments:

  1. Anticipated this event... stocked up with dried beans, lentils for soups and three weeks supply of distilled water. Acquired 3 1/2 gallon cast iron dutch oven if out of door cooking is needed.
    Keeping the car full of fuel is a good idea.
    Kind Regards,
    David (one eye)

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  2. When was this sent out? so about 2 weeks from the time they are told maybe sooner.

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  3. The hacker group Anonymous were planning to hack the trading floor and create a moment of mass terror as the people would feel the need to withdraw all there earnings. I can see how this could be linked. That would, in term, mean that the group Anonymous were being run by puppeteers of the government. Maybe this is there last attempt of the year to censor the internet. The reason I know this plot is because I worked with Anonymous in Op V, but I never did meet the guys who pulled of the big hacks and got the ball rolling. I guess us Anons are working for an unknown force we see as to be working towards the good of the people. I pray that my intuition is wrong and I don't regret ever being a part of this group.

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    1. I had someone contact me last week who claims to have been one of the founders of Anonymous. They haven't told me a lot, mostly afraid I won't believe them, but apparently the group started as an effort by hackers to expose Scientology, and as a result of that success was contacted by benevolent ETs and earth resistance to collect data on the Cabal which they have done collecting data of crimes and where money goes and who it goes to. All of this is now in the hands of positive military people. They've also supported Julian Assange in various ways.

      The cabal has several tactics, at first they ignore you, then they call you crazy, then the attack your character, then they say you do it for money, then if that doesn't work they say you are part of them so that well meaning people get put off from listening.

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    2. I like what you said Obi. Not easy to be clear about everything and everyone. Forgive me for being "provincial" I live on a horse ranch where there are 38 horses and I sometimes wonder about what will happen if the water goes down. We are in the desert.

      I have sometimes mentioned this and only one person ever suggested anything which was, "turn the animals loose so they can find a stream or river" In the AZ desert? For Christs sake! There is no water.

      The horses are not mine. My landlords. But I do care about them. To me a sticky problem is a challenge. It seems to me there are a lot of people more attached to their comfort Zones who won't really look at tricky situations. Or as someone said, to a lot of people animals are just animals. I thin k that what Jesus is supposed to have said, "What you do to the least of these, you do it unto me" was soemthing he really did say. To me it is about defending those who can not defend themselves.

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    3. Nobody said the power was going off. Just possible disruption in the electronic system.

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  4. If she bought a truck full of toilet paper, she's been listening to Drake.

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    1. There was a day last week I wish had bought a truck load of toilet paper cause we ran out! LOL!!!

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    2. Very Funny.... on the TP... Made me laugh...

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  5. Sounds like a good idea all the time. Sound like minimum preparedness. Have you not read this?
    http://www.empcommission.org/docs/empc_exec_rpt.pdf

    It is official.

    Lux’

    PS

    http://forums.armageddononline.org/threads/37297-Letter-To-_____.-2012-VS.-EMP

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  6. WoW:-) I Hope this come's out as expected............

    Thanks AK for all the Grt things u DO

    Sweet Kisses

    GH

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  7. If there was an EMP, I assure you that power would not be restored to the area for months. The san onofre nuclear power plant would most certainly go into melt down. Being as it is about a hundred yards off the water, the damage to the marine life would be catastrophic. Oceanside is but a few miles away and the marine corps base camp pendleton encompasses the surrounding land. The federal disaster evacuation perimeter guidelines were just modified to reflect a 20 mile evacuation radius from a nuclear disaster site, so stocking food and water would be of no use in oceanside or on the base.

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    1. San Onofre is offline at the moment and not likely be restarted anytime soon.

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    2. Nobody mentioned an EMP and I don't expect one. But there is coming a banking change and that means an interruption in financial transactions that occur 24/7.

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  8. You overlooked the most important word in your bulletin - that is RUMOUR!

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  9. After having survived Sandy and the subsequent Nor'easter I would like to give some advice.

    Focus on things that will keep you warm. From what I witnessed and went through, it appeared that most people died as a result of long term exposure to cold. The media is focusing on storm surges, fallen trees and damaged homes. The real killer of these storms was the cold and the death toll "SHOULD" eventually reveal that. Death from exposure to cold is not visually exciting to people and is not photographed. The public wants to see that "Special Effects" experience of material damage. The government including their puppet police, state troopers and national guard was more concerned about property than people. This was not a hurricane with warm air for the weeks afterwards. I am in one of the warmer areas and the temperatures dropped to the upper 20s. I had no heat for almost 2 weeks. There were very few places to run because most places were without heat, yet no one opened public buildings that had heat to save lives. This storm was war not a garden party of rules and propriety. At some point the only law is "I must survive". Traditional Law Enforcement and Bureaucracy made this near impossible. The focus was to protect property and not lives. SHAME ON YOU!

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