DMartyr Gets Noticed
I love our readers but its always nice to get recognition from other bloggers. Huff Watcher over at The Algemeiner was kind enough to give me credit for noticing something the professional "researchers" and "journalists" at Huffington Post didn't.And that is the space picture of the Gaza conflict. If you missed my post, read it HERE. Huff Watcher also mentioned another blogger, "CandidBouncyGraySquirrel," who made a brilliant overlay of the space image and a map of Israel so you can see how all the ports line up:
You were expecting actual intelligence from our elites?
Posted by: Kafiroon at July 31, 2014 10:10 PM
Japan South Korea, even Manchuria, brightly lit. North Korea, almost entirely dark. Makes South Korea appear to be an island.
Posted by: Fox 2! at July 31, 2014 10:19 PM
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Posted by: Mistress Overdone at August 01, 2014 12:17 AM
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Posted by: obsidian at August 01, 2014 11:16 AM
Not that I have anything against Israel bombing the cr*p out of Gaza until every Hamas pig is a greasy smear on the rubble....
Posted by: pst314 at August 01, 2014 01:21 PM
you deserve the recognition - D-M--and I'll never forget your advice to me -so many years ago--thank you again>>>
Posted by: C-Christian Soldier at August 01, 2014 03:07 PM
Posted by: britaniantom at August 02, 2014 07:55 PM
I saw the space station come over the other day as I was sipping coffee in the pre dawn morning. Yes I get up early, its called old.
Anyway, seeing that Gaza is dark and a large explosion might be close to the size of the space station in early days, which I could see passing over.
You can see it too, just go to NASA they'll give you sighting times.
So a large bright explosion over Gaza might be visible to the naked eye at 240 miles. After all much smaller satellites can be seen just be them reflecting the sun into a dark area.
Its just this pic doesn't show that or prove that. I see one spot in Gaza that is fairly bright and that might be an explosion. Maybe. But that's not how it was presented.
A video would be more convincing, and they have the equipment to take a close vid if they wanted. Which leads me to believe its just not the case here that it is a pic of an actual explosion in Gaza.
Posted by: Howie at August 04, 2014 01:13 PM
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