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October 30, 2015

Major East Coast False Flag Coming? Distant Early Warning System Now Offline As We Lose 'Eyes In The Sky' - Was NORAD's Missile Detection Blimp Sabotaged?


By Stefan Stanford - All News Pipeline - Live Free Or Die

Back in September ANP published a story in which we told you about last-minute US military drills that would make  ADS-B Surveillance and TCAS operations 'unreliable'  over Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida as of 1 a.m. on September 2nd through October 1st.  We learned that this covered up to 200 miles off of the East coast.

With recent news that NORAD's east coast missile detection system is now offline after the JLENS DARPA blimp sailed away as shared in the 1st video below, we also take a look at this 'distant early warning system' that we no longer have available looking over our skies from the mouths of US Military members serving at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland. We learn about not only what these surveillance systems are capable of but why the fact we no longer have them surveilling our distant skies could turn into a huge problem.

Admittedly, as shared in the 3rd video below, these massive blimps could be used to spy upon American citizens but we're told these blimps weren't for that at all but to detect missiles from the moment of launch. We also learned that they can float at heights of up to 10,000' where their view radius extended up to 340 miles as seen in the Google Earth screenshot centered at Aberdeen Proving Grounds at the top of the story.

Interestingly enough, according to The Free Thought Project, an entire town was put on lockdown because of this blimp and its highly secretive precious cargo. From FTP:

When the blimp hit the ground, police, federal agents, and emergency vehicles had shut down the entire town to be sure that they recovered the blimp before anyone else did.

No one is exactly sure what the precious cargo on board these blimps includes, and while many are concerned about surveillance, the military insists that they are not spy blimps, but are intended to detect incoming missiles.

Unfortunately, the US government has a terrible history of using contrived military threats as a basis for domestic spying programs; the NSA is the most obvious example.


The runaway blimp became one of the biggest stories of the day Wednesday as it floated away after tearing down power lines and being shot down by state troopers in Pennsylvania; was it also part of a plan to make sure we no longer had that set of 'eyes in the sky'? What else could it have seen besides cruise missiles?

Could it have seen Russian ships scheming on cutting Atlantic Ocean communications cables? We find it strange that twice now in months, our 'eyes in the skies' off of the East Coast have been down at the same time the Pentagon is warning of Russian cable cutters in the same areas that could suddenly cut off America from the rest of the world. Is that the plan? 

A March 20th Free Beacon story told us that according to Northcom, the Russian cruise missile threat to the US was growing. The very day this blimp sailed away, ANP reader
broke the story to us in an ANP story comment section and stated.: "Here's your FALSE FLAG out of left field…never saw this particular play coming….Hmmmm, I did a story on this very blimp a while ago…will look it up and check the connection (pun)."

Are we about ready to witness some kind of massive attack upon America that the blimp could have possibly prevented? Was this some kind of intentional sabotage? The videos below take a look at the possibilities including reports directly from men at Aberdeen Proving Grounds looking after these blimps. The 3rd video from Infowars is called "Runaway Blimp: What The Govt Isn't Telling Us."


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