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Great find!!! Is this how they killed Breitbart? The U.S. government has been taking out whistleblowers for years, is it finally catching up to them?

From voting fraud, to murder, the truth is rising to the surface rapidly!!! Posting threads like this are helping to expose the corruption of the Federal government of the United States.
Exploding wine bottles, guns constructed out of pipes, bullets made of teeth, aspirin explosives: they sound like props from a second-rate spy story. Horrifyingly enough, they are real. The CIA has spent a great deal of its time-- and your money--developing countless bizarre weapons for assassination, sabotage, and mass destruction.

If that's news to you, it's because the CIA doesn't want these products, some of which are quite easy to put together, to fall into the "wrong hands." As for whether they are in the right hands now--judge for yourself.


http://www.ratical.org/ratville/JFK/CIASWS.html
Thing to think about is this movie is from 1975. Think how things have advanced since John Travolta and Disco
John Travolta -LOL! I was a young teen during the Disco era... it was quite bizarre. "Saturday Night Fever" came out in 1977... Disco peaked in 1978/79, but faded quickly after that, right along with Travolta's career. The movie "Pulp Fiction" made him cool again.

The basic ideas for the technology that we have today were developed years ago... in some cases 10-15 years ago. It is really scary to think about what they are capable of now. A few years ago I read that the military was working on an "Predator" suit which bends/refracts light. It can render a soldier completely invisible... can you imagine.
(03-03-2012 02:24 PM)Fiat Facade Wrote: [ -> ]John Travolta -LOL! I was a young teen during the Disco era... it was quite bizarre. "Saturday Night Fever" came out in 1977... Disco peaked in 1978/79, but faded quickly after that, right along with Travolta's career. The movie "Pulp Fiction" made him cool again.

The basic ideas for the technology that we have today were developed years ago... in some cases 10-15 years ago. It is really scary to think about what they are capable of now. A few years ago I read that the military was working on an "Predator" suit which bends/refracts light. It can render a soldier completely invisible... can you imagine.

Here you can see one in action in Iraq



Fiat Facade Wrote:
John Travolta -LOL! I was a young teen during the Disco era... it was quite bizarre. "Saturday Night Fever" came out in 1977... Disco peaked in 1978/79, but faded quickly after that, right along with Travolta's career. The movie "Pulp Fiction" made him cool again.

The basic ideas for the technology that we have today were developed years ago... in some cases 10-15 years ago. It is really scary to think about what they are capable of now. A few years ago I read that the military was working on an "Predator" suit which bends/refracts light. It can render a soldier completely invisible... can you imagine.

Sure can here is one idea. hehe
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