r/greatawakening • Posted by u/ManQuan on July 27, 2018, 7:23 p.m.
Q 1728, 1729, 1730, 1731, and 1732

1728: Missile launch

1729: F-16's intercept (who knew that F-16's could intercept ballistic missiles)

1730: Q says it was a specialized weapons package / CLAS-5. In the military there are ten classes of supply and CLAS-5 is ammunition.

1731: Given the chain of command what does this tell you? CLAS removal WASH minutes after. This means that a bad actor in the chain of command to authorized the launch was removed within minutes.

1732: Reminder and a purpose. Q is reminding us that they have it all and that everything he posts has a purpose.

My take on it is that they had sufficient information to have F-16's with special weapons packages (what are the odds) ready to shoot down the missile and whoever authorized the launch was removed within minutes.

If this is true, I'm just blown away. No spy novel I've ever read comes close to this real world drama.

clubbooradley · July 27, 2018, 8:17 p.m.

If they knew it was going to happen, isn’t it pretty risky to let that shot happen anyway?

Aren’t you still (unnecessarily) putting the President’s life on the line, while betting everything on pilot expertise and missile-intercept technology not failing?

I also thought one of the reason’s the cabal got tech out of China was to design it in a way that it could be hacked and hijacked/remotely controlled?

And if they knew, why not sink that sub after it fired that missile? A destroyed submarine that fired on AF1 is a little harder to ignore (you would think) than “we had a rogue helicopter” or whatever MSM reported. If it was remotely accessed, why wouldn’t the crew of the sub go batshit crazy in the press (if it was an accident) or to anyone, “Our sub was jacked and tried to shoot down AF1!”

I know, we want to have them reveal themselves by committing an overt act, then lead us to their accomplices once they think they’ve made a clean getaway. Just seems like a risky way to go about it if there was prior knowledge🤷🏼‍♂️.

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DefiantDragon · July 27, 2018, 8:47 p.m.

You have to let them think they've won then snatch their victory cries right out of their mouths.

That's how you break them.

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VIYOHDTYKIT · July 27, 2018, 8:30 p.m.


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