Mar 132012

Yesterday at noon Eastern, the storied aircraft carrier Enterprise, aka CVN-65, left its home port of Naval Station Norfolk one final time for its final voyage with a heading: Arabian Sea, aka Iran. There in a week it will join CVN 72 Lincoln and CVN 70 Vinson, as well as LHD 8 Makin Island, all of which are supporting any potential escalation of “hostilities” in the Persian Gulf region. As a reminder, back in January we learned that the Enterprise’s final voyage will be in proximity to Iran, and in the meantime, the aircraft carrier held extended drills off the Florida coast to attack a “faux theocracy” consisting of fundamentalist “Shahida” states.

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  2 Responses to “USS Enterprise Sets Off On Final Journey, Direction Iran. Will It Be Used In A False Flag In The Persian Gulf?”

  1. 1, What is the the USS Enterprise ?

    USS Enterprise is the oldest Aircraft Carrier in the fleet, on her last legs,
    it’s powered by 8 nuclear reactors, all of which must be disposed as well its nuclear waste material along with all the associated machinery.

    2. What is a false flag – Great definition here

    3. Why does history repeat itself ?

    We must keep demanding with urgency investigations into wtc7 , 9/11, and all false flags.

  2. “Why does history repeat itself ? ” , because the psychopaths get away with it ,every time !