COVERT INTELLIGENCE - Pics and Video: "Limpet Mines" Attached to Oil Tankers Blew up 7-10 of them

COVERT INTELLIGENCE - Pics and Video: "Limpet Mines" Attached to Oil Tankers Blew up 7-10 of them
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UPDATED 5:00 PM EDT (SEE BOTTOM) -- "These incidents were no accident; explosive charges were attached to oil tanker hulls." - Foreign Gov't Intel Agency . . .

As most of you are aware, for 15 years, I worked with the FBI; my final 5 years (2003-2008) with the Joint Terrorism Task Force where I was a "fully operational" national security Intelligence asset granted "Extra-Territorial" operating authority by the FBI Office of Intelligence at FBI HQ in Washington.  In that role, I worked with Intel operatives from governments worldwide on National Security, Terrorism and Foreign Counter-Intelligence.  Some of those relationships allow me to still receive information.  Today, some severe Intel about the "damage" to oil tankers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over this past weekend.  

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Today's information is the first concrete proof that what took place over the weekend was perpetrated BY A GOVERNMENT against unarmed civilian ships in the port of Fujairah, United Arab Emirates.   An act of war. . .

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    · 3 months ago
    Hal nail it again, over seas crude oil prices up over a dollar today. Drone strikes on pumping stations will only lead to higher prices at the pump. Crude prices go up by 2% yet refined products jump by 10. Just in time for summer driving!
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    Andrew TJIE · 3 months ago
    This thing really stink of false attack. This is all happen when USA sending 100k troops? Very convenient
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    Theodore Henry · 3 months ago
    Debka now reporting..."Iran’s special marine unit sabotaged tankers. Fujairah was outside US, Saudi, UAE purview" Link: https://www.debka.com/irans-special-marine-unit-sabotaged-tankers-fujairah-was-outside-us-saudi-uae-purview/
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      His self · 3 months ago
      @ Theodore Henry,

      Since debka is the 'news agency' for the mossad, debka will have the most accurate info on what the mossad did and used.

      Iran does not do this bulls**t.
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    Mel Perry · 3 months ago
    Not pushing Hal, know you're still recovering, some of us are still getting the green block and not the Covert stuff. Thanks Brother, get better fast....and completely.
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    His self · 3 months ago
    I see Spain is pulling out of the Iran bulls**t.............

    https://twitter.com/ELINTNews/status/1128063660448997376
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      Reginald Fischer · 3 months ago
      Spain goes for show but not for action. That kind of says something is about to go down.
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    His self · 3 months ago
    Hal, b over at MofA gives a sane assessment of what is happening in the Iran bulls**t..........

    https://www.moonofalabama.org/2019/05/media-amplify-iran-war-propaganda-play-up-intelligence-lies.html

    The movement of Iranian soldiers in and out of Syria is simply regular rotation of troops. This is the same with Hezbollah.
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    His self · 3 months ago
    Modern oil tankers are double hulled. Therefore, the expectation that a limpet mine attack would sink them is ridiculous.

    This "attack" is purely for propaganda purposes to enrage the sheepole against Iran.

    This attack was done by the mossad.
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      Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
      Won't assume Mossad yet, but they are good at that kind of thing. Either way, the idea is sound. We will examine the evidence and BINGO - it only comes from Iran!
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        His self · 3 months ago
        The port of Fujairah is on the ocean side of the UAE and very close to deep water.

        A seal team or mossad from a zionist sub?
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    Frank Brady · 3 months ago
    Amazing! The U.S. has been threatening to invade and attack Iran for years and you wonder why it reinforces it's Syrian ally (which the U.S. has illegally invaded)? WTH? Too bad that for so many it is "Israel First", no matter what it does.
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    Grim · 3 months ago
    Oh, I have no doubt the forensic examination of the blast residue will show that the mines came from Iran. However, this certainly doesn't mean that Iran placed them, because there are many players in this game that want war and would do anything to see it happen.
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    Jeff Nunnally · 3 months ago
    What if it’s not Iran or a proxy. Thus crap didn’t get rowdy until the mueller report and other things came out. Has to be considered. Same with NK missile launches
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      Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
      Jeff - Good point. The Left needs something to distract the sheep and hopefully delay prosecution of any of their buddies (if that ever would happen). If the US goes to war, we will be too busy to lock up some people for petty crimes like they did.
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      Reginald Fischer · 3 months ago
      It's probably a false flag by the US and Israel. They want an excuse to attack Iran, so they make one.
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        Really · 3 months ago
        Ah, the fog of war. Chances are we will never know the truth. I can see it either way. False flags work every time. But, then again, I haven't been to any "Death to Iran, Death to Syria" marches. I have seen "Death to Israel, Death to America" marches going on in Iran. As stated here a few days ago, this war started decades ago. We are just seeing the wrap up. The globalists won't be happy until they stand in a circular firing squad.
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          Andrew TJIE · 3 months ago
          Lets just says if you have been attacking,demonized, harrashing, blocking your way for years many decade and Remember they have been experience coup by US that almost destroy their country. I bet anyone will feel same way like them if its happen on your country.
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    Reginald Fischer · 3 months ago
    Debka File is already blaming Iran for the attack.

    https://www.debka.com/irans-special-marine-unit-sabotaged-tankers-fujairah-was-outside-us-saudi-uae-purview/

    So my guess is it was a Mossad operation.
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      Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
      Is your real name Sammy?
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        Frank Brady · 3 months ago
        Is your real name Bibi?
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          Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
          Lame, Frank.

          I'll take it as a compliment, however.
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        Reginald Fischer · 3 months ago
        No. But I am saying this event was probably a false flag. I don't think Iran would be so dumb as to pick a fight with the US. I do think the US and Israel would engineer a justification to attack Iran.
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          Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
          Didn't Iran pick a fight - and provide the US with a justification - back in 1979?
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            Reginald Fischer · 3 months ago
            Now the US is attempting to reassert control over Iran like it had 40 years ago. This is about empire and conquest.
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            Reginald Fischer · 3 months ago
            The US picked the fight when the CIA orchestrated the overthrow of Mosaddegh, the democratically elected Prime Minister of Iran, and installed the Shah as a puppet dictator in 1953. What happened in 1979 was Iran gaining independence from American hegemony.
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              Paul Lambert · 3 months ago
              Mosaddegh again. Alright.

              You can certainly argue that if you want, but with respect, do you not see how that is another pivot away from the question? I would agree that the overthrow of Mossadegh is a topic worth discussion, but that issue is becoming a gravity well.

              My comment was in response to your assertion that Iran would not be dumb enough to pick a fight with the US. I differ in that evaluation because I remember the 444 days and I regard that as having been a major provocation, leading me to believe that Iran, dumb or not, is indeed inclined to pick a fight.

              Saying that the US some 26 years earlier overthrew Mossaddegh, or offering an evaluation that it was to gain independence does not address that point.

              If you know or believe that something has happened since 1979 that makes a salient difference, some reason why they would provoke the United States then but not now, I would be very interested in what you have to say about that.
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          Copperhead · 3 months ago
          There's no 'probably' about it. Our greatest ally demands we go to war for them.
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            His self · 3 months ago
            GR Moore,

            'Our magnificent master demands we go to war on his behalf'.

            There, fixed it for you.
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              Copperhead · 3 months ago
              I was trying to be a bit more snarky, but thanks!
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    Gifford Rodine · 3 months ago
    Your reporting of the facts is excellent and backed by appropriate documentation. We, myself and others, can make decisions based on facts as we see fit.
    The bottom 50% of the population want "entertainment presentation news." If you make decisions based on "entertainment," That is a big mistake.

    I agree with Ratcoon on the preps. Thanks Again!
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    Bertram Amick · 3 months ago
    We can see this war is getting ready to go full ahead. . . . THEY are getting PREPPED . . . . Patriots .....be sure you are prepared ...... as a "prepper" for 10 years I have found that Hal , has some really good ideas on unusual prep ideas that I didn't even think about ......simple but NOT to be ignored. Also , discovered myself, long term food storage .....TRY to store both , Dehydrated AND Freeze Dried. . . . .Canned just WILL NOT go the distance.. . . 5 years tops, that's pushing it ...... some still eatable but taste is gone ......if that tells ya anything.. . . hmmm
    A small wind gen. AND some solar panels . . and a small generator for that quick power boost. Plan NOT to go anywhere unless it is to pull duty in a defense scenario.
    Whole idea is to GET READY NOW.
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      Gregg Walker · 3 months ago
      Ratcoon - right on! I also came across this on the Common Sense Show today:

      Major Activity on the East Coast and Indiana- Paul Martin-CSS

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAbfmhnjhSc


      Other sources seeing things ramp up. Just sharing to add to confirmations. Of course, things could cool down as they have many times before, but the preps are always a wise recourse.
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    John Robert Mallernee · 3 months ago
    It's interesting to see that with modern technology, ships are more seaworthy and not easily sunk or set afire.