Friday, June 24, 2011

Note to Self: Don't hire Israeli Security Firms

Unless, of course, you deliberately *want* things to get FUBAR.

I knew it was time for another post, and there are so many things out there *they aren't telling you* I started to feel overwhelmed, so I'm going to pick something small today. I was reading through my endless stack of hastily printed blog posts and a few paragraphs about the latest major Earth disaster (Fukushima -- it's hard to keep track of them all, isn't it?) caught my eye.

So what caused these massive explosions in Reactors 3 and 4 to occur? According to Stone, nuclear weaponry was used to forcibly demolish these structures. Magna BSP, a security firm, allegedly installed massive "security cameras" inside the reactors prior to the disaster. These cameras weighed over 1,000 pounds, and look oddly similar to uranium gun-type nuclear bombs (

"When you put two and two together, it appears as though nuclear weapons disguised as security cameras may have been used to blow up Fukushima's reactors. Perhaps this explains the reason for the information blackout on Reactor 4 that occurred in the days following the disaster (


"Hmmph," I thought. "What are the odds this "Magna BSP" is an Israeli Firm?" 100 percent, as it turns out. Yeah, they're also the guys being accused of introducing the STUXNET virus to the nuclear plants. Here's a picture of their security camera.

I wouldn't want to fly on any airline that's planning to use this system, either: Magna BSP gets grant for plane collision prevention system

Nor would I want to fly in any airports using ICTS, another Israeli firm. They were in charge of airport security for the 9-11 attacks, the underwear bomber, the shoe bomber, and the Moscow Airport bombing.

Take it from me, folks, the Israelis really suck at security. They're like the English at cooking, or the Italians at accounting. It's just not their thing.


Noor al Haqiqa said...

You are being too kind to think that the Israelis merely "suck" at security matters in airports etc.

It is more a case of placement in order to have planned "accidents" that can be passed as "oopsies".

And of course avoid the media spotlight considering who is in charge of what news escapes to the hoi polloi.

Saladin said...

Good one! I'm sending this to WRH.