Who dunnit? And why black?

Friday, September 15, 2006

One of these, painted black, is what fired the missile that hit the Pentagon on 9/11/2001. JR Dunn at American Thinker has the details.

...papers, web sites, and magazines have mentioned the mystery A-3 over the past few weeks, and not a single one has blown the whistle.

Reporters who would travel beyond the wide world’s end to track down... Dick Cheney’s shotgun shells can’t see their way to looking into it. They have no idea there’s anything to look into. And people wonder why the legacy media are sliding into irrelevance?

JR's onto something. Read the whole thing.

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9 comments:

Skookumchuk said...

They keep the A-3s at Area 51, silly, in the next hangar over from where they keep the aliens in suspended animation.

Knucklehead said...

I thought they unsuspended the alien's animation! At least one or two of them anyway. Wasn't that why they had to shoot down the space shuttle?

Next hanger over? Right or left when facing the main entrance? The one on the right has the Aurora in it. The one on the left seems a bit small for A-3s. I'm pretty sure that one is for the man-portable death ray. You sure you don't mean the hangar directly accross from the alien storage hanger? That one might work for A-3/B-66.

They might just do the clever thing, though, and hide 'em in plain sight in the bone yard.

Skookumchuk said...

Actually, you are almost correct. They keep the A-3 pieces at Mojave in plain sight, coated in that special secret paint that simulates dust and scratched Plexiglas. Then at night they truck the pieces to Area 51. The reassembly is in fact carried out in the big Aurora hangar to the right of the main gate. It is the only one with sufficient room. Now, once they are re-assembled, yes, then they go to the hangar directly across from the one with the deep frozen aliens. Kattycorner from where they keep the Roswell saucer pieces.

Rick Ballard said...

Area 51? You guys are nuts. It was a black A-3. That means that it was flying from one of the Rosicrucians "invisible" aircraft carriers. Of course, they're not really invisible - its just that they're on station in the Bermuda Triangle. And you know what that means.

Or was it the Rotarians? Oh well, same difference.

Skookumchuk said...

See, here we yet another textbook example of what happens when people can't be bothered to attend the regular Flares Bilderburger Illuminati meetings.

One. They never unsuspended the alien's animation.

Two. The Rosicrucian carriers have been mothballed and have been replaced by the Rotarian's subsea bases under the polar ice cap.

I mean, come on.

chuck said...

If these guys ever get hold of some Illudium Q-36 we're in real trouble.

Peter UK said...

"They keep the A-3s at Area 51, silly, in the next hangar over from where they keep the aliens in suspended animation."
A bit like the Senate?

Skookumchuk said...

See! Peter has been attending the meetings.

Seneca the Younger said...

To match the black helicopters.