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You get 139k hits from a Google search because Google's search engine only looks for word matches. It doesn't necessarily sort out the detritus. If you actually look at the first-listed hits from your search, you'll see that most of them are reiterations of Gordon Duff's fantasy or references to it. It's not like 139,000 different sources are all reporting on the same thing.

 

Because Google lists webpages with the word "nuclear" among your hits and webpages with "false" and ones with "flag" doesn't mean that those web pages have anything to do with Gordon Duff's delusion about a "nuclear false flag" or with any nuclear false flag that might exist outside Gordon Duff's and newsman's rich fantasy life (read: "delusions"). All it means is that Google found the words "nuclear", "false" and "flag" among the pages it combed through and listed pages with all three words first.

 

Try this: Do your Google search again, but this time go down a page and see what the results show. Then go down another page. By then, you'll have combed through maybe fifty, not 139,000 hits, but the "nuclear false flag" citations will all be about the same thing and relating to the same source -- Gordon Duff's cockamamie assertions.

 

Think about this, too . . . If every legitimate news site (say 100 sites) has a story about a train wreck , does that mean that there were 100 train wrecks yesterday, or does it mean that there were 100 stories about the same train wreck? It's an important distinction. And because Gordon Duff has a handful of "admirers" who share his worldview doesn't make it any more reflective of reality.

 

And don't you think that, were there a shred of truth in any of this, that some mainstream news source (just one??) would have reported something about it? The entire East Coast of the United States is under threat of an immediate nuclear attack and no one among the legitimate news sources knows about it or is reporting on it?? Nobody (except Gordon Duff and newman, of course)?

 

Oh! And when I just Googled "nuclear false flag", I got 3,650,000 hits, so the question is, "What are you doing wrong?"

 

 

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Anything is posible - also, the retirede USAF Lt. General that appears on Hannity continues in his belief that there is up to a 75% chance that this aircraft was diverted to Lahore Pakistan - I mentioned before the Davis Straight - if you draw the great circle route between Lahore Pakistan and NewYork/Washngton DC, it crosses over or near the Davis Straight Respectfully

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Gentle Forums Members,

 

If you do not happen to agree with a Forums member -and at times even I do not- do please keep in mind to be respectful when/if responding to that member.

 

Remember that there is nothing on the Forums that requires one member here to respond to to another member when there is someone with whom you do not agree. Should the disagreement become too annoying for a member then there are settings on the Forums that a member can use so that s/he will no longer see any posts by a member who perturbs you.

 

But if you feel compelled to reply to a member with whom you do not agree, at least be courteous in your reply when doing so. We do not condone abusiveness at any level.

 

Sorry to preach again but looks like a reminder is needed so, if the shoe fits . . . So just be polite when replying to others on these Forums.

 

And please don't reply to this post asking me if it was 'you' who that I was referring to.

 

Regards,

 

Paul M.

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You get 139k hits from a Google search because Google's search engine only looks for word matches. It doesn't necessarily sort out the detritus. If you actually look at the first-listed hits from your search, you'll see that most of them are reiterations of Gordon Duff's fantasy or references to it. It's not like 139,000 different sources are all reporting on the same thing.

 

Because Google lists webpages with the word "nuclear" among your hits and webpages with "false" and ones with "flag" doesn't mean that those web pages have anything to do with Gordon Duff's delusion about a "nuclear false flag" or with any nuclear false flag that might exist outside Gordon Duff's and newsman's rich fantasy life (read: "delusions"). All it means is that Google found the words "nuclear", "false" and "flag" among the pages it combed through and listed pages with all three words first.

 

Try this: Do your Google search again, but this time go down a page and see what the results show. Then go down another page. By then, you'll have combed through maybe fifty, not 139,000 hits, but the "nuclear false flag" citations will all be about the same thing and relating to the same source -- Gordon Duff's cockamamie assertions.

 

Think about this, too . . . If every legitimate news site (say 100 sites) has a story about a train wreck , does that mean that there were 100 train wrecks yesterday, or does it mean that there were 100 stories about the same train wreck? It's an important distinction. And because Gordon Duff has a handful of "admirers" who share his worldview doesn't make it any more reflective of reality.

 

And don't you think that, were there a shred of truth in any of this, that some mainstream news source (just one??) would have reported something about it? The entire East Coast of the United States is under threat of an immediate nuclear attack and no one among the legitimate news sources knows about it or is reporting on it?? Nobody (except Gordon Duff and newman, of course)?

 

Oh! And when I just Googled "nuclear false flag", I got 3,650,000 hits, so the question is, "What are you doing wrong?"

 

Thank you so much for the lesson in internet usage. I do wish you didn't enjoy talking down to people so much. Everytime Newman post something, he is attacked by the all mighties.

Newman,

If I were you, I wouldn't post here anymore. Many people think you are an idiot in a tin hat. Some people love to be hurtful.

Respectfully................

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When you post something you are if fact asking for responses. They will not necessarily agree with your statement & you will not necessarily agree with responses you get. When a response to your post is not what you want to hear it does not mean you are being talked down to or being attacked. You are not only going to get responses that agree with you. People responding are only relating their experience or findings. This I appreciate even if doesn't agree with what I think & it could open my eyes to more accurate facts.

 

P.S. I don't personally take much faith in anything Gordon Duff writes or says. My personal opinion.

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Gordon Duff is a Marine combat veteran of the Vietnam War. He is a disabled veteran and has worked on veterans and POW issues for decades.

Gordon Duff is an accredited diplomat and is generally accepted as one of the top global intelligence specialists. He manages the world's largest private intelligence organization and regularly consults with governments challenged by security issues.

Gordon Duff has traveled extensively, is published around the world and is a regular guest on TV and radio in more than "several" countries.

Gordon Duff is a trained chef, wine enthusiast, avid motorcyclist and gunsmith specializing in historical weapons and restoration.

 

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