Sunday, March 13, 2016

While some people are frantically checking serial numbers,

and there's probably a few who desperately wish they could cover this up...
Serbia's authorities are investigating reports that a cargo package bound for Portland contained two missiles with explosive warheads on a passenger flight from Lebanon.

N1 television said the package with two guided armor-piercing missiles was discovered Saturday by a sniffer dog after an Air Serbia flight from Beirut landed at a Belgrade airport.

Serbian media say documents listed the final destination for the AGM-114 Hellfire missiles as Portland. The American-made projectiles can be fired from air, sea or ground platforms against multiple targets.
Two Hellfires.  So not only are they wondering where the hell they originated from, and where they SHOULD be, but how long has somebody had them, and how much info did they get from the guidance systems and so forth.

This is Very Not Good.


Jerry The Geek said...

I'm sure this is just a coincidence, but for the past 19 hours I've been getting emails from "FEDEX" stating that they're holding a package for me, but have been unable to deliver it.

I've ignored the notices, assuming they were mere spam. However .....

Well, sure, I've bought ammunition online before. But I'm pretty sure I haven't ordered any "Major Power" ammunition at THIS level!

Phelps said...

I'm not a guy who sees false flags everwhere, but this -- this situation is one of the things you have to do to hide a false flag. You ship your missiles out on an "innocent but unfortunate mistake", the ordinance gets "lost", you launder it through a bunch of countries, hope the trail goes cold... and then ship it right back where it started from, giving you a clean, deniable weapon that you can blame on your enemies.

Of course, this story is why I don't buy most false flag stories -- it is hard to do it without something going wrong somewhere (like this) and the whole plan coming apart.