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MILITARY DIRIGIBLE COMMAND CARRIER 20yr old tech

MILITARY DIRIGIBLE COMMAND CARRIER 20yr old technology 100 years of improvements and technology with command dirigible-carriers. Hard body composite submarine style with extreme high altitude weapons platform. SEE book of Obadiah The serpent seed Edom and fallen angels together, think about the break away theory or secret military industrial complex.. And who is it that always turns out to have control, like we see now, with the culling, the MARK, the Fed fiat money, UN, media, mossad, Monsanto, Pfizer, etc. The Navy’s first dirigible was the USS Shenandoah, which made its maiden voyage on Sept. 4, 1923 Nobile returned to the Arctic with another dirigible, the Italia, and reached the North Pole again. — David James, Anchorage Daily News, images https://duckduckgo.com/?q=dirigible+aircraft+carrier&iax=images&ia=images -----intel------ A LOT OF NO-VAXX MILITARY DISCHARGES https://www.brighteon.com/5e50eb75-99ed-49a2-9728-8a1e732fdeef Great news if you ask me, now these men can pool their knowledge and skill sets and collectively form a new business and maybe call it GemStone? as opposed to blkrock. They could be a Christian Soldiers Enterprise with auxiliary locations in every state. They could do many services while earning wages, deliver needed help and supplies. Develop collective organization modes for true love of country, etc. heavy on the etc... ---- ------------ Mail-in Ballots Strike Again | NEWS BEHIND THE NEWS June 16th https://www.brighteon.com/1537835d-50ea-41f0-9eaa-27bbf1c7b2cd ------ Potentially Worse than COVID-19 Being Illegally Created in U.S. Laboratories https://www.brighteon.com/0602fcc2-84de-455f-b6b3-7b38


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Dragon Slayer Intel

- 3 weeks ago  

Watch Real Satelite launch the cheap junk from NASA -- Smell Something Fishy https://www.brighteon.com/23c41ee9-941f-4291-8627-751e486424fd

Dragon Slayer Intel

- 3 weeks ago  

There was a man that took a bunch of picture through his fancy telescope mounted camera of huge machines in the high up sky. Trying to remember his name, he was featured on rense.com about 7 to 12 years ago.