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Noble Resolve 2007. What’s it all about.

April 23, 2007

Let me start by saying, because I am writing on this subject does not mean I think a false flag operation will happen during these drills. Every year the government run drills but not this relativistic. One of the last drills that even came close was the Drills ran on September 11, 2001.

Noble Resolve is a set of drills that will simulate nuclear attacks, starting in Europe and moving to the United States. The simulations will test the reaction of 2 million people in the event of such an attack.

The drills are being run by Joint Task Force Command (JTFCOM), Northern Command (NORTHCOM), J9 Joint Innovation and Experimentation Directorate, FEMA’s command bunker, the Department of Homeland Security, and Virginia police.
The US Marines are also running “Emerald Express 07” in Virginia on April 24 as part of their Urban Warrior 07 drill package.

Some of the data that will be looked at is;
1. Reaction to 2 million casualties.
2. Martial Law being invoked.
3. The resistance of people being rounded up and being put into camps.
4. Response time and coordination of Federal, State, and Local units.

A few things dealing with Noble Resolve 2007 are;
1. A Podcast at USJFCOM
2. The news link, News Link

In an article by Global Research, it is stated that Vice President Dick Cheney has been telling of how a threat like the one the drills are patterned after are highly likely.

This week Dick Cheney has also been warning of the “very real” threat of a nuclear attack on an American city. Could the Nobel Resolve drills be used as a screen for a false-flag attack to be blamed on Iran, Hezbollah, Al-Qaeda, or sheep-dipped Americans like Adam Gadahn?

With the V.P running around using these scare tactics as he did before the canceled drills in North Carolina, makes you leery of what this government will do for a New World Order. The reason the test in North Carolina was canceled was that it was leaked by a General that was fearful of what might happen. He was immediately fired.

It is too late to try and stop it, but we can keep our eyes and ears open for anything that might happen. It seems that the MSM is not telling of these drills, so we must be the watchdogs.

A Little Shout out to Harry Shearer.

Harry Shearer hit the nail right on the head in my opinion with his diary over at Huffington today. I feel that the second paragraph I included says what needs to be said. Also I am glad to see I am not the only person to feel this way.


But what struck me more is what came before, when the President stood up to deliver what, traditionally, is ten or fifteen minutes of carefully crafted standup. This time, the Pitcher-in-Chief threw a curve, if not a scroogie. He would not, he announced, “try to be the funny guy tonight”, because we’d all had a tough week, owing to the tragedy in Blacksburg. Even though he was preceded by a Letterman Top Ten video montage of goofy and embarrassing Presidential moments, and followed by Rich Little, President Bush desisted from the usual jocularity, out of, one was expected to conclude, respect.

But it’s okay to crack jokes every other year while we’re at war and hundreds of young people the same age as the VT students are dying in Iraq directly because of the decisions of the man doing standup? If this Presidential moment wasn’t crass and cheesy, wrapping his reluctance to engage in the ritual inside a sanctimonious concern for–the sentiments of the families who couldn’t care less what was going on at the Hilton, the delicate feelings of those in the room who’d had to work in Virginia this week?–then I don’t know crass and cheesy.


2 Comments leave one →
  1. Gregg permalink
    April 25, 2007 3:17 pm

    Noble Resolve is all being done indoors and on computers. If you really want to see what’s going on, go to The whole Noble Resolve series is focused on sharining information in the run-up to a crisis and the time after an event.


  2. April 23, 2007 12:33 pm

    dang, Bro. That’s some deep stuff.
    Thanks for an informative post.


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