ZetaTalk Chat Q&A for November 7, 2015
What is the reason for the change in policy regarding Syria. Obama did say no troops on the ground yet now there are 50 special forces. It seems like he wants this Syria situation over and done with. So he can continue with what's really important, the announcement. Could the Zetas say something about this? [and from another] https://www.rt.com/usa/320177-syria-us-troops-obama/ The White House spokesman has confirmed that US is planning to send up a small number of special forces operatives to advise "moderate opposition" in Syria on the ground. The mission of advisers in Syria will be to build the capacity of local forces to fight Islamic State (IS, formerly known as ISIS or ISIL). The White House press secretary insisted that the deployment is merely an “intensification” of the US campaign against IS that began in September 2014, noting that US special forces have conducted a hostage rescue operation in Syria last year, and a combat raid against an IS leader this spring. [and from another] http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/obama-us-troops-syria_5633b6d0e4b00aa54a4e1270 Obama will send roughly 50 troops to help local Syrian forces fight the Islamic State (ISIL) -- the first time American special forces will be stationed there after a year of U.S.-led airstrikes. Earnest said the president's goal hasn't necessarily been to avoid putting any troops on the ground, but to prevent the U.S. from engaging in "a large-scale, long-term ground combat operation" akin to what President George W. Bush did in Iraq in 2003. They are there to "train, advise and assist" the local forces. If they are attacked, though, they are prepared to engage in combat. [and from another] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_action Police action in military/security studies and international relations is a euphemism for a military action undertaken without a formal declaration of war. Since World War II, formal declarations of war have been rare. nations involved in military conflict (especially the major-power nations) sometimes describe the conflict by fighting the war under the auspices of a "police action" to show that it is a limited military operation different from total war. [and from another] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_advisor Military advisors, or combat advisors, are soldiers sent to foreign nations to aid that nation with its military training, organization, and other various military tasks. These soldiers are often sent to aid a nation without the potential casualties and political ramifications of actually mobilizing military forces to aid a nation. [and from another] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iraq_War Following an ultimatum for Hussein to leave the country, the invasion began on 20 March 2003, with the U.S., joined by the United Kingdom and several coalition allies, launching a "shock and awe" bombing campaign. [and from another] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_in_Afghanistan_%282001%E2%80%9314%29 The War in Afghanistan is the period in which the United States invaded Afghanistan after the September 11 attacks. In 2001, U.S. President George W. Bush demanded that the Taliban hand over Osama bin Laden and expel al-Qaeda. The Taliban declined to extradite him unless given what they deemed convincing evidence of his involvement in the 9/11 attacks.
To argue semantics in these matters is splitting hairs. At what point
does military involvement become a war. It is a sliding scale. Certainly
when Germany invaded France and Poland and Russia, it was clearly a war,
and World War II is called a war because of that. Clearly when Bush
invaded Iraq in 2003,
demanding Hussein step down, it was a war because it was a massive
military invasion. Clearly when Bush invaded Afghanistan
after 911 in 2001 it was likewise a massive military invasion,
a war. But to evade the constraints on the US President during a de facto
declaration of war, the military involvement might and has been called a police action,
such as the Korean War was for many years.
Likewise, when does a war end? The US still has heavy military involvement supporting S Korea from N Korean aggression. There are bases in Japan and elsewhere around the world, in particular the Middle East where the US seems incapable of leaving Iraq and Afghanistan, even after declaring the wars there at an end. Leaving behind military advisers is often the cover, and of course these advisors or occasional rescue operations are armed, for their protection. We have detailed how the Bush administration made a mess of the Middle East in their greed for oil, how ISIS arose because of this, and stressed that Russia’s efforts to resolve this conflict is commendable.
Obama is clearly not declaring war by sending 50 advisors into a conflict area. The US also clearly has a stake in seeing ISIS stopped, as they are not only sadistically massacring tens of thousands of innocents but sending massive numbers of frightened immigrants out of Syria into Europe. Obama has critics in the Republican Party who are shouting that he is allowing Putin to take over the Middle East. There are war hawks within the GOP who would like to reinstitute the US presence in Iraq, and certainly Netanyahu in Israel would like to see Iran pushed out of the region. Thus the uproar about putting 50 military advisers into the conflict. But is there some hidden meaning to this effort? No.
I'd like to ask the Zetas if this is manmade debris, or something else? [and from another] https://www.rt.com/news/319788-moon-space-debris-wtf/ To fit the solar radiation pressure effects on its orbit you need to assume a high area-to-mass ratio – implying the thing is hollow, like an empty rocket stage would be. Astrophysicists believe that the object could even be a memento of the Apollo missions that took US astronauts to the moon. But scientists may never discover for sure: WT1190F’s re-entry into the atmosphere would likely burn up most of the debris, before dumping it in an extremely remote spot. WT1190F is not a one-off. Among all recognized space junk, there are 86 unknown objects crossing the lunar orbit, mostly lunar probes, or parts of rockets. There are also dozens of others floating uncontrollably in outer space, of which McDowell says about 20 are being observed from Earth. These will likely outlast most objects on Earth, and would possibly be the first harbinger of our civilization to be witnessed by any other species in our universe. [and from another] http://www.nature.com/news/incoming-space-junk-a-scientific-opportunity-1.18642?WT.mc_id=TWT_NatureNews Researchers call it sheer coincidence that a newly discovered piece of space junk is officially designated WT1190F. But the letters in the name, which form the acronym for an unprintable expression of bafflement, are an appropriate fit for an object that is as mysterious as it is unprecedented. Scientists have worked out that WT1190F will plunge to Earth from above the Indian Ocean on 13 November, making it one of the very few space objects whose impact can be accurately predicted. More unusual still, WT1190F was a 'lost' piece of space debris orbiting far beyond the Moon, ignored and unidentified, before being glimpsed by a telescope in early October. WT1190F travels a highly elliptical orbit, swinging out twice as far as the Earth–Moon distance.
As with sudden Near Earth Orbit asteroids
passing close and taking NASA by surprise, WT1190F is more significant by
being in the news than in any other way. The Earth has massive amounts of
space junk in orbit, manmade objects that eventually lose altitude and
burn up in the atmosphere as they descent. WT1190F is only significant
because it came toward the Earth from beyond the Moon, and is correctly
assumed to be from the long-ago Apollo missions. The
unpredictability of these sudden assaults on Earth are notably in the news
as the establishment is trying to get the public used to the assault of
debris in the tail of Planet X, aka Nibiru.
My question is about the recent Russian airplane crash in Sinai. ISIS claims they shot it down. I am curious if the Israeli Mossad was involved? [and from another] https://www.rt.com/news/320225-plane-crash-russian-egypt/ The Russian A321 aircraft, which crashed over Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula on Saturday, fell apart in the air. The head of the Russian Transport Ministry said that the flight recorders from the crashed plane have not yet been opened and decoded. Search and recovery operations are underway after a passenger plane belonging to a small Russian airline, flying from the Egyptian resort of Sharm El-Sheikh to St. Petersburg crashed over Sinai. There were 224 people on board. [and from another] http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/01/middleeast/egypt-sinai-russian-plane-crash/index.html Questions swirl over what caused the disaster. The airliner broke into pieces in midair. Footage from the scene showed mangled wreckage and piles of belongings from the plane spilled over a largely flat, barren landscape. It remains unclear what caused Flight 9268 to suddenly drop off radar, in clear weather after only 23 minutes in the air, and hurtle to the ground. Russian media outlets said that the pilot reported technical problems and requested a landing at the nearest airport before the plane went missing. Air traffic control recordings don't show any distress calls. There was nothing abnormal before the plane crash. It suddenly disappeared from the radar. Investigators are likely to get a better understanding of what happened from the aircraft's so-called black boxes -- the flight data recorder and cockpit voice recorder -- which have been recovered and transported to Cairo for analysis. The Sinai Peninsula, where Flight 9268 crashed, is home to ISIS-affiliated militants who are locked in a deadly conflict with Egyptian security forces. They appeared to claim responsibility for bringing down the Russian passenger jet. The Egyptian military said militants in Sinai have shoulder-fired anti-aircraft weapons that only shoot as high as 14,000 feet, far short of the more than 30,000 feet at which Flight 9268 was flying when it dropped off radar. Many of the victims of the crash were found with their seatbelts on, suggesting the pilot had asked them to buckle up because of a problem with the aircraft.
The report of technical problems is correct, though not due to mechanical
negligence in the airline. This was not a bomb, nor was it terrorism being
shot out of the skies by ISIS affiliates. We have warned that air travel
will be increasingly risky, and that flight over regions where the rock is
under compression, especially where it is under water, enhances
electro-magnetic pulse. The African roll is pulling the Sinai Peninsula
apart from lands on either side, eventually a separation of 50
miles. Flight 9268 was centered over the Sinai Peninsula when it
went into distress, mechanical problems causing fuel pumping issues, thus
AK-controlled govt. calls snap election, every polling firm in Turkey showed no indication of AK Party winning an outright majority, and lo and behold, the authoritarian regime is given an "unexpected win". What happened? Was AK offered a "helping hand" from the Mossad? [and from another] http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/01/us-turkey-election-idUSBREA3017H20140401#DTsDE7iWZCfkmrqp.97 The newspaper meanwhile said ballots stamped with votes for the CHP and the nationalist MHP party had been found in rubbish bags at six schools in a district won by the AKP in the otherwise MHP-dominated southern province of Osmaniye. [and from another] http://www.voanews.com/content/turk-head-to-the-polls/3031758.html The poll has been backdropped by rising political violence, jihadist bombings, renewed hostilities between Kurdish separatists and Turkish authorities, an influx of refugees from neighboring Syria and a plunging economy. Going into the election there had been mounting worries of possible electoral fraud. Opposition worries were fueled by the tweets of a government whistleblower who uses the pseudonym Fuat Avni. According to the whistleblower government figures had held regular meetings before the election exploring how to manipulate the result. He claimed also that the AKP may try to manipulate the computer-based electoral record system. Concerns were raised also about possible disenfranchisement — around 672,000 people who cast votes in the June election are missing from voter lists for Sunday’s poll. [and from another] http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/turkey/11903770/Turkey-election-Why-do-these-polls-matter-and-will-there-be-another-hung-parliament.html According to JamesinTurkey.com, a blog which covers Turkey and elections extensively, an average of the polls on October 26, AKP will win 41.7 per cent of the vote, only 0.8 per cent more than in June.
This election was clearly stolen by Erdogan’s AKP, and will not be
accepted by the people. Faced with rising support of the Kurds by Russia
and the US, Erdogan’s administration feared losing control of the country.
As the saying goes, a trapped animal will turn vicious, and this is the
status in Turkey at present. What happens when an election, such as the
recent Scotland independence and Netanyahu parliament support in
Israel and Cameron’s parliament
support in the UK are allowed to stand? The people know election theft has
occurred, and when support of government action is required, this support
will be weak, giving way to independent action on the part of the people.
Voter fraud creates resentment in the people, and karma is a bitch in
8000 year old Nazca like structures have been found in Kazakhstan that can only be seen from the sky. The difference is that these are made of earth mounds instead of traces on the Nazca landscape. Where these geoglyphs messages for future generations? It seems that these two periods have many major and similar events. It was likely that Central Asia was important migration route as it will be again. Does this particular 'swastika' not look more as depicting a wobble as each branch has a right and left movement phased out in three different time-frames? Can something be said about these? [and from another] http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/nasa-puzzled-by-huge-8000-year-old-mystery-structures-in-kazakhstan-that-resemble-ancient-crop-a6717766.html The huge formations are known as the Steppe Geoglyphs. There are around 260 of the designs, which are carved into the ground and made out of piles of Earth assembled into shapes that include squares, rings and swastika shapes. The oldest of them are thought to be about 8,000 years old. [and from another] http://www.livescience.com/47954-geoglyphs-discovered-in-kazakhstan.html More than 50 geoglyphs with various shapes and sizes, including a massive swastika, have been discovered across northern Kazakhstan in Central Asia, say archaeologists. These sprawling structures, mostly earthen mounds, create the type of landscape art most famously seen in the Nazca region of Peru. In the Middle East, archaeologists have found thousands of wheel-shaped structures that are easily visible from the sky, but hard to see on the ground. Also recently in Russia, archaeologists excavated a geoglyph shaped like an elk, which appears older than the Nazca Lines. Ancient geoglyphs have also been reported in many other countries, including the United Kingdom, Brazil and even the Southwestern United States. [and from another] http://www.livescience.com/16046-nazca-lines-wheels-google-earth.html?li_source=LI&li_medium=most-popular They stretch from Syria to Saudi Arabia, can be seen from the air but not the ground, and are virtually unknown to the public.
The Kazakhstan glyphs are of course more Annunaki flight controls,
similar to the Nazca glyphs and those found throughout the world. For
instance, Tibet and New Jersey
have been found to hold these Annunaki glyphs, as has S
Africa. Why the square, cross, circle, or swastika in
Kazakhstan? During prior crossings of Nibiru through the inner solar
system, when the Annunaki would send shuttle flights from Nibiru to Earth
and Mars to pick up the Gold that had been mined, the compass would be
disrupted, as it is today. Thus landing strips would be encoded with
symbols which said, in essence N/S/E/W.
ZT has mentioned intelligent reptiles (the remnants of the land dwelling advanced reptiles that left their traces in Russia) live in water caves that open to the sea, the creature in the picture is only 30cm long, could it a be a young one that got curious? [and from another] http://strangesounds.org/2015/10/what-is-this-mysterious-creature-found-in-a-cave-around-corfu-greece.html Harvey Robertson was on a cruise with his family in Corfu when he took a series of photographs from the inside of a cave. The monster of the deep, which has so far not been identified by experts, is baffling the scientific community. [and from another] http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3291841/Mystery-deep-Tourist-baffled-bizarre-SEA-MONSTER-photobombed-holiday-snaps-Corfu.html Experts have been unable to identify the creature which looks mythological. I was in a sea cave on a small boat about 20 miles south of Albania on the west coast of Greece.
This cave dwelling creature, shy and avoiding man, is one of the
intelligent creatures on Earth capable of sparking or carrying an
indwelling soul, as is man. We have listed them as transplants to Earth -
the Men in Black who live in subterranean cavities and Bigfoot. Prior to
the evolution of man there were two other intelligent species, one a type
of dexterous raptor who primarily left their
mark in the Urals of Russia. This raptor species died out with the
dinosaurs. And another a lizard creature without arms or legs who lives in
cavities with waterways today on Earth.
This creature evolved early in Earth’s history, and though small in number is a peer of man in spiritual development. As the Earth’s Transformation is now, and due to the pending upheaval and crowded living spaces man and his peers in 3rd density may encounter each other, the Council of Worlds is allowing contact among these groups. Thus man may encounter Bigfoot, increasingly, or the Men in Black. And while swimming near the intelligent amphibian, may increasingly encounter this species too. Is this species related to the mythological swimming horse, depicted in Greek mythology? Yes.