Sunday, November 21, 2010

TWO WEEKEND UPDATES: Missile launch off Los Angeles explained - TSA sex abuses spoofed.

Around sunset on November 9th a CBS News helicopter flying over Los Angeles, California filmed what appeared to be an unidentified missile launch that came up from the ocean some 30 miles off shore. The CBS web site reported this story:
(CBS)  A mysterious missile launch off the southern California coast was caught by CBS affiliate KCBS's cameras Monday night, and officials are staying tight-lipped over the nature of the projectile.

CBS station KFMB put in calls to the Navy and Air Force Monday night about the striking launch off the coast of Los Angeles, which was easily visible from the coast, but the military has said nothing about the launch.

KFMB showed video of the apparent missile to former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Robert Ellsworth, who is also a former Deputy Secretary of Defense, to get his thoughts.
Marcella Lee is a weekend anchor for KFMB-TV, News 8 on CBS, where she has worked for about six years. Lee has been in the industry for more than 15 years. Here is the original video report on KFMB-TV News 8 CBS San Diago, California.
Now some additional information has come to light over this incident. Joseph Farah, CEO of WorldNet Daily News reports on his G2 Bulletin the following update.
Although the U.S. Defense Department and North American Aerospace Defense Command have speculated publicly that the unidentified contrail of a projectile soaring into the skies off the California coast – and recorded by a KCBS television crew – came from a jet and posed no security threat to the U.S., several experts are raising provocative and disturbing questions about the government's official response, reports Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin.

Two governmental military experts with extensive experience working with missiles and computer security systems have examined the television video and conclude the mysterious contrail originating some 30 miles off the coast near Los Angeles did not come from a jet – but rather, they say the exhaust and the billowing plume emanated from a single source nozzle of a missile, probably made in China.

They further suggest the missile was fired from a submerged Chinese nuclear submarine off America's coast, and point out that the timing of the alleged Chinese missile shot coincided with an increasing confrontation between the U.S. and China, and was likely meant to send a message to Washington.
Now we know several contributing factors to add some depth to this event. One is the astronomical increase in Chinese made goods flooding into America coinciding with the loss of American manufacturing jobs that have moved off-shore,  and that the Chinese government is utilizing the billions and billions of dollars of profit from exports to the United States to build up its military strength. Every dollar that Americans save by buying a cheaper product Made in China sold at an American department store sends several dollars of profit to the Communist Chinese government. This is something we should all keep in mind while we do our Christmas shopping. And for your information, there is an alternative to buying stuff Made in China. Check out web sites that specialize in selling products MADE IN THE USA. Here are a few links to start with:
And my personal favorite:

We also know that Barack Hussein Obama, the current leader of our government, is a person who has no respect for America and in fact has traveled the world apologizing for every bad thing he thinks we have done. Obama has bankrupted America with his 4 trillion dollar deficit and he went to China to borrow that money. It is no wonder the Chinese would be inclined to send Obama a warning message and Obama's sympathetic news media would assist him in covering it up.
The NBC-TV show Saturday Night Live has no respect for anyone or so it seems. With the nation's traveling public up in arms over the TSA airport screeners virtually comitting sexual assault on every man, woman and child, cancer survivors with prosthetic breasts, Nuns and airline flight crews, it was a prime opportunity for someone to make fun of them. And Saturday Night Live did so in two scripts. The first was a spoof ad comparing TSA to a sexual adventure and the second was a few choice comments made during a fake news broadcast. See the videos below.
Saturday Night Live spoof ad on the TSA

Saturday Night Live spoof news coverage of TSA on Weekend Update

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