Chicago Red Dragon Six-Day Warning

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by Captain Eric H. May, Ghost Troop CO

 

Four years ago internet illustrator David Dees envisioned a dragon menacing Chicago.

CHICAGO, 6/6/11 — Mass casualties will be triaged and mass deaths buried in the Red Dragon disaster drills Wednesday through Friday. This report affirms my Friday article, Chicago Aon Center Alert, and requires a six-day warning, effective Monday, 6/6/11, through Saturday, 6/11/11.

New Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel has a reputation as a man-eater who is half Machiavelli and half Mephistopheles. His father was a member of the Israeli Irgun terror organization that blew up Jerusalem’s King David Hotel on July 22, 1946, killing 92, King David Day is still celebrated in Israel.

Rahm is an Israeli military veteran who volunteered for the First Gulf War. Ironically, at the same time I was volunteering to serve my own country, the USA, in the same war, Neither of us saw action. He worked in an Israeli army motor pool, while I was a stateside war game controller.

Wednesday, the first day of Red Dragon, will be the 44th anniversary of Israel’s 1967 sneak attack against the USS Liberty. It was a textbook false flag operation, in which they tried to sink the ship, shoot the survivors, then blame it on Egypt, against whom they had just launched the Six-Day War. The Liberty fought bravely and survived at a cost of 34 dead and 171 wounded crewmen.

LBJ’s willingness to sacrifice the Liberty as a pawn on the geostrategic chessboard wasn’t unusual. Five years earlier the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff had proposed Operation Northwoods to JFK, a plan to hijack planes, blow up a U.S. ship, and stage terror attacks in U.S. cities, then blame it on Cuba.

Ecclesiastes is right that there’s nothing new under the sun:

  • On 9/11/01 Israel’s Odigo messaging service warned subscribers about the impending attacks two hours before they occurred, according to an article in Haaretz.
  • Three months after 9/11, Fox News aired an eye-opening Carl Cameron investigative series on Israeli connections to the Arabs blamed for the 9/11 attacks.
  • In 2002 Crawford talks with U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair, U.S. President George W. Bush suggested provoking Iraq into shooting down a U.S. airplane as an excuse to start the war, according to the Downing Street Memorandum.
  • Former NATO commander Gen. Wesley Clark stated in a 2003 CNN interview that the Bush administration had decided on an Iraq war before if was even inaugurated, and 9/11 was a perfect casus belli.
  • In 2007 Vice President Dick Cheney considered starting a war against Iran with a false flag naval operation, according to a New Yorker article by investigative journalist Seymour Hersh.

For The Record 11-21-10

The News-Item (Shamokin, PA) November 20, 2010 Divorces Matthew Ryan Hager, 2159 Creekridge Point, Colorado Springs, from Danielle Claire Hager, 224 Front St., Mount Carmel. Married Jan. 16, 2007.

Trisha L. Colon, 422 S. Fourth St., Sunbury, from Julio Colon Jr., 420 Race St., Sunbury. Married June 23, 2006.

Stephen D. Hughes from Debra D. Yohe-Hughes, no addresses listed. Married Jan. 1, 2010.

Jessica Ann Moore, 131 W. Shamokin St., Trevorton, from Gary Lee Thomas, 2624 State Route 225, Herndon. Married Oct. 28, 2006.

John P. Myers from Anna Marie Myers, both of 1 Memorial Acres, Sunbury. Married March 11, 2005.

Brian S. Franks from Angie R. Franks, both of 437 N. Front St., Milton. Married Aug. 1, 1996.

Irasema M. Gutierrez-Solano, 214 Willow St., Milton, from Jorge L. Gutierrez-Solano, 164 State Route 405, Milton. Married May 18, 2007.

Karen L. Persing from Walter G. Persing, both of 336 John Road, Watsontown. Married March 24, 1995.

Anthony Richard Benfer, 686 Penns Drive, Selinsgrove, from Yvonne Lucy Benfer, 441 Pleasant View Estates, Turbotville. Married Nov. 7, 1981.

Property transfers Rose Bogutskie to Leonard Bogutskie, Anthony Bogutskie, property in Kulpmont, $1.

Goldie Stehr and John Stehr to Stephen A. Stehr, property in Coal Township, $1.

George G. Tomol and Mary E. Tomol to Kyle C. Kent, property in Mount Carmel, $1. go to web site bac home loans

Ned P. Kauffman (estate), Marilyn Derr Kauffman (executrix) to Marilyn Kauffman, property in Little Mahanoy and Jackson townships, $1.

Troy L. Kerstetter to Joann Sands and Deanna L. Sands, property in East Cameron Township, $26,000.

Christopher G. Allen, Christopher B. Allen, Christopher Brian Allen, Rachel B. Marcian, John N. Marcian, Joseph P. Haile, Claudia Haile, Mary Gray, Tommy S. Gray, Michael J. Haile, Robert C. Haile, Karen Haile, Theresa M. Saleiro, Rui M. Saleiro, John Haile and Deborah Ann Haile to Jessica L. Portzline, property in Coal Township, $35,500.

Northumberland National Bank to JNJ Investment Properties LLC, property in Mount Carmel, $1.

Leo J. Mirolli to Kyle T. Mirolli, property in Zerbe Township, $1. site bac home loans

Nicholas Kent to Nicholas E. Kent and R. Nicole Farr, property in Ralpho Township, $1.

Thomas J. Bator, Carol Ann Baskera, Barry R. Elliott Sr., Barry R. Elliott Sr., Renee Elliott, William T. Elliott and Ann Michelle Elliott to BME Holdings LLC, property in Marion Heights, $12,500.

Jestine M. Porto (estate), Cheryl A. Waugh (individually and executrix) and Leonard Waugh to David R. Snyder III, property in Coal Township, $58,000.

Grace M. Smink to CH Lauchman Excavating Inc., property in Coal Township, $15,000.

Kenneth T. Pensyl to Kenneth Carl Pensyl and Jody June Pensyl, property in East Cameron Township, $1.

Richard N. Polyniak, Susan M. Polyniak to Jerry L. Bisel and Tanja Bisel, property in Zerbe Township, $116,000.

Ann M. Koshinskie to Joseph T. Koshinskie, Robert F. Koshinskie and Michael A. Koshinskie, property in Coal Township, $1.

James J. Searls and Rita M. Searls to Troy M. Barcavage, property in Shamokin, $6,100.

Irene E. Deibler and Walter P. Deibler III to Cody R. Miller, property in Coal Township, $62,500.

Donald Trelinski and Shirley A. Trelinski to Donald F. Trelinski and Barbara Trelinski, property in Shamokin Township, $73,000.

Emmanuel Hleah to Dina Hala, property in Shamokin, $1.

Northumberland County Tax Claim Bureau, Harriet Whipple to Stuart M. Marsh and Lyda E. Marsh, property in Mount Carmel, $1,129.03.

Robert E. Musser Jr. and Bonnie L. Musser to Robert E. Musser Jr. (trustee) and Robert E. Musser Jr. Revocable Trust, property in Lower Augusta Township, $1.

John L. Lebo and Donna L. Lebo to Debra A. Ober and Nicole L. Fillmore, property in Zerbe Township, $15,000.

Roy W. Kessler and Phyllis I. Kessler to Sandra E. Straub and Penny L. Campbell, property in Lower Mahanoy Township, $1.

Shawn P. Zarkoski to Martin J. Zarkoski and Joseph J. Zarkoski, property in Kulpmont, $1.

Roger F. Henninger and Alice K. Henninger to David A. Henninger and Cynthia A. Henninger, property in East Cameron Township, $1.

Alice Spishock (executrix) and Margaret L. Swinehart (estate) to Alice Spishock, property in Mount Carmel, $1.

Alice Spishock and Paul J. Spishock to Alice Spishock and Paul J. Spishock, property in Mount Carmel, $1.

John Joseph Snyder and Lisa M. Snyder to Karen M. Shifflette, property in Mount Carmel, $1.

Bruce Facer, Sandra C. Facer, Selena Facer (NKA) and Selena Campbell to Mount Carmel Station 6 Fire Police, property in Mount Carmel, $2,000.

Melvin S. Deibler and Lynetta A. Deibler to Jeffrey L. Deibler and Joanie S. Deibler, property in Snydertown, $1.

Northumberland County Sheriff and Richard L. Kashner to BAC Home Loans Servicing LP, property in Coal Township, $868.23.

Carol J. Ebersole to Steven D. Clark, property in Zerbe Township, $72,000.

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